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By ANDY GLAZER
There is only one problem with
putting on a great show: trying
to follow it with something just as
successful. There is no question
but what Michigan's great series
sweep of Michigan Tech last week
was a great show, but can the
Wolverines follow it when rival
Colorado College hits town this
Anyone who saw the Wolverines
play last weekend would have to
say yes. Especially when they are
to be playing what amounts to a
three - man team. The Tigers de-
pend on seniorsSteve Sertich,
Doug Palazzari and Bryan Pye to
carry a huge part of their scoring
NOT THAT the three are not ca-
pable of scoring big. In this
week's WCHA stats, Palazzari
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ranks second, Sertich eighth and Sauer may regret not havin
Pye thirteenth. But teams with heard of what Angie Moretto he
high - scoring individual perform- been doing for the Wolverines th
ers have found the going tough season. The outspoken sophomor
against the Wolverines, who have center is the leading scorer fc
the size and strength to handle Michigan, 18th in the WCHA, an
themselves quite nicely in the cor- has been pouring in goals at a
ners. ever increasing pace.
If Michigan mentor Dan Far- The Wolverines are present
rell's appraisal of the Tigers is tied with Colorado and Not:
correct, the Wolverines may have Dame for seventh place in th
to go into the corners to get the WCHA. Since only two of the thr
puck. The first year wonder-man can make the playoffs, the W
feels that Colorado may have a bit verines are fortunate that the
more speed than the Wolverine:
icers. But he also feels that he has
a definite physical edge, and after
Gary Kardos did to Mike Zuke and
Company last week, who can dis-
agree? M }}-
ng can decide their own fate. Follow-
as ing the Colorado series Michigan
is travels to Notre Dame.
re Just how good is this Colorado
or team that Michigan must face?
nd Probably not good enough. After a
an 7-3 start, the Tigers have a record
of 2-9-1 in their last 12 games. Last
ly weekend they split a pair of games
re with Minnesota - Duluth.
he Coming off last weekend, though,
ee the Wolverines have to feel that
ol- they can beat anyone. All they
ey have to do is prove it.
One area where Michigan's in- 1 './' L
timidation should come in handy
is in stopping the Tiger's power
play. Farrell feels that it is the
best in college hockey.
THE TIGERS' biggest problem,
though, may be getting the puck
past goaltender Robbie Moore.
Moore has been one hot goalie of
late, and even though his goals
against average is .1 higher than
the Tigers' Dan Griffen, his repu-
tation precedes Griffen's. Colo-
rado coach Jeff Sauer knew very
little of the Wolverines' individual
players, but Moore was an excep-
tion. Sauer considers him out-
By BILL CRANE
The Michigan swimmers face
two weekend dual meets today
and tomorrow against Minneso-
ta and Ohio State, and with the
Big Ten meet drawing near it's
about time for the tankers to
get it on.
Minnesota comes to town to-
night and offers little or no com-
petition for the Wolverines. Mich-
igan Coach Gus Stager says,
"This may be the worst Minne-
sota team in vear
meets as decision - making
events where diving coach Dick
Kimball and I have to limit our
squad and decide what will be
best for the team," Stager said
Tomorrow the Wolverines do
face some tough competition in
a hot Ohio State team. The Buck-
eyes are strong divers and Coach
Kimball will have to have his
Stager says, "We're worried
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Nevertheless there is much at go down there we have to end
stake for the swimmers as in- up fighting our way back and
trasquad competition may decide with the Buckeyes' home-pool ad-
who Stager will field in the Big vantage we could lose some close
Ten event. races. Ohio State is no lead-pipe
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Daily Photo by DAVID MARGOLICK
MICHIGAN WINGER Bob Falconer (22) gets crosschecked to the
side of the Michigan Tech goal by Huskie all-star defenseman
Jim Nahrgang (2) in last Saturday's 4-3 Wolverine victory. Tech
goalie Jim Warden (hidden) smothered the puck, thwarting Fal-
coner and his teammates on this offensive thrust. This weekend
the Wolverines face off against Colorado College which features
among other notables Ann Arbor native Mike Straub, a freshman
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