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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, January 28, 1977

Poge Eight

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NODAK NO PUSHOVERS
SiouxhRost ue i ers
By BOB MILLER ZAPARNIUK IS not far be- are Bill Stankoven and Pete blueliter Bob DePiero, a four
If this was a normal season hind with a mark of 7-23-30, Waselovich. Stankoven and Wa- year starter for North Dakota.
in the WCHA, the Michigan hoc- despite playing center on the sclovich faced 86 shots last DePiero's partner is freshman
key teai could look at this third line. His right winger weekend at Duluth, giving up Mvlark Berge, playing in -his
weekend's series at North Da- Martens (11-12-23) and first 15 goals. nome town.
kota as a breather on its sched- stringer Delure (14-14-28) round Bjorkman wasn't pleased at all Bjorkman hopes playing at
ule out the top producers on the by his team's most recent per- home will perk up his squad,
After all, it only seems logi- NoDak offense. formance at Duluth. "We didn't losers of four straight games
cal that the Wolverines would One problem Bjorkman faces play well," he said perceptive- while allowing 7.5 goals a game
be anxious to play the two- is the powerful Michigan of- lyurin the losing streak.
time defending cellar dwellers fense. The Wolverines are tops SCOTT MARVIN, a junior, is ID MUCH rather play
from Grand Forks. in tickling the twine this year, paired with freshman Brad Cox. Michigan in Grand Forks than
But the Fighting Sioux? coach- and North Dakota has been Cox has shown potential with m Ann Arbor, they're a tough
ed by Rube Bjorkman, are cur- having defensive trouble late- his 4 goals, 15 assists for 19 teamh N said Bjorkmans
rently the most improved team ly. points. While North Dakota is healthy
in the league and own the best Sharing the duties in goal The captain of the team is going into tonight's contest,
home record in.the.conferenc Michigan is beginning to feelth.
home record the conferenceinjuries.
TH OUdsit hi nBill Thayer, the team's sec-
impressive record on home ice, y p ansndlea"ingscoer, tsF ques-
standin furthlacetionable," according to Farrell.
currently stand in fourth placeTh ,g ar.
cntelW , ptThayer suffers a strep throat.
in the WCHA, two points thep
third place Wolverines.brDefenseman Dave Brennan
Bjorkrnan's team will be try face ' lue laniu ei' Dpaeda nepro atwllNot
ing to rebound from a four- Dame, and "probably will not
game losing streak, including a By TIM PFOHL play this weekend," said Far-
disappointing sweep last week- Perennial Big Ten champ Indiana invades Matt Mann rellLOIJRDi.ogTd
end at the hands of last place tonight, giving local swimming fans the' opportunity to see ALho wi eD Doutghers Tod
Minnesota - Duluth. Two weeks one of the premier teams in the nation. who will be out for the rest of
North th Drmkotaeasdroppedatina the season.
ago= North Dakota dropped a The Hoosiers bring four Olympians, including freestyler ' I have to make changes
pair of, overtime games to con-I
ference eing Wme c Jim Montgomery, who won three gold medals and a bronze with three regulars out of the
The Sioux are a high scoring at Montreal. Two of those golds were won by world record ineups, but I won't know
te led by sor L relay teams which Montgomery anchored. about that until later in the
moureux, Joe Delure, Brad Bo h teams are undefeated in Bi, Ten competition com- week," he added.
Becker, and freshmen Mark ing into the meet. Michigan coach Gus Stager said his team Both coaches expect this to
Taylor, Rick Zaparniuk and "is swimming well", but expressed concern over two of be a good series, and it is cru-
Erwin Martens. his ton performers, Larry Schroeder and Gordon Downie. ihiganwboth teamt ts breather
Lamoureux, a center, has Both of them came down with minor illnesses after last in Grand Forks this year.
j collected 16 goals and dished out weekend's victories over Purdue and Illinois and were hav- -
30 assists for 46 points. On the udif ltinpatcTesy.*cir T~#7T
same line, right winger Becker d "Last weekend's meets showed our poten01al," Stager MEN, WOMEN
leads the team in goals with Stagr.o
18, plus 13 assists for 31 points. said "We had better' times and stronger races than in any
Taylor's, point total at left wing of our warmup meets. The trend in our development is
in 14-18-32. right on schedle,rbut this weekend is going to be indica-
- - tive of where we are."
" " Besides their obvio 's power with Montgomery and Brazil-
ian Dion Madruga. the second fastest 1000 meter freestyler By JEFF FRANK
in the country, Indiana has tremendous depth. "They have MiQhigan's gymnastics teams
several Olympians who swam for other countries but weekend which climaxes in a do
weren't able to make their traveling squad," Stager said. at Crisler Arena Saturday nigh
Stager isn't ready to count the Wolverines out of the All signs point to an exciting
mee, though. "Right now, they're the better team, but we ing evening of gymnastics, whe
*LIuV uucan swim with them. The spectators should see some fine of Michigan State challenge b
ED, races" Stager said. and women's teams.
Michigan's women's team takes on the Hoosier women MEN'S CO-CAPTAIN Scott Po
in Bloomington on Saturday. Coach Stu Isaac's squad is sentiments of his teammates
I coming off an important win over powerful rival Michigan Everyone is anxious to see
State last Saturday. meet will wtrk out. We're all (
;:% :.::... m n to it. It's fun working with the w
- really have improved."
...P.IL....A.L..-- ..-. . Michigan's men's team will h
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meet as "a cliffhanger."
"Everyone is anxious to see how
the double meet will work out,
and we're all looking forward to
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Co-Captain Scott Ponto
"MSU scored 196.5 last weekend against Wis-
consin, and we scored 197 which gives an indi-
cation of how close the two teams really are,"
continued Loken, "and George Szypula (MSU
gymnastic coach) always fires his teams up for
us."
STATE WON'T be the only team up for the
meet however, as the Wolverine tumblers will
be seeking to bounce back from their loss to
Minnesota last weekend.
Minor flaws in their routines cost them that
meet and the gymnasts will be seeking to reme-
dy those inconsisttencies in their continuing
preparation for the Big Ten championships.
Stillerman is encouraged by the possibility of
a large crowd, which could "provide positive re-
inforcement for a good performance and give
incentive to push harder.'

Szypula is counting heavily on his top all-
around man, Jeff Rudolph. to provide the points
needed to triumph. Rudolph chalked up 51.9
points against Wisconsin and must at least dupli-
cate that effort to lead the Spartans to victory.
High bar specialist Brian Sturrock, fresh off
his victory in the Big Ten Invi.a ional at Crisler
two weeks ago is another key per -rmer for
the Spartans. Sturrock, also a goo&vaulter, will
compete in floor exercise and parallel bars as
well.
MICHIGAN'S MEN are healthy for the first
time this year and good performances by the
likes of Nigel Rothwell in -the all-around, and
specialists Pon'o in rings, John Corritore in par-
allel bars, Bob Creek on the high bar, and Stil-
lerman in floor exercise are necessary for a
Wolverine victory.
Michigan's main edge will be its depth, as
MSU only has four performers in some events
to the Wolverines' six.
The women's team travels to Mt. Pleasant to
take part in a triangular meet wish Easter
Michigan and host Central Michigan, tonigh
before returning home to face the highly re
garded MSU squad.
COACH ANNE Cornell admits that the Wol
verines, in. only their second year of varsity
competition, will have a hard time with CMU
Friday. Top performances by the three all
arounders Sara Flom, Ginger Robey and Mia
Axon will be needed for a Blue victory.
The key, according to Cornell is the fourth
score in each event. "To win, the all-arounders
must be perfect, and the fourth score must b
high enough to challenge the top scorers.
This places an added burden on Beth Carlson
a specialist in uneven bars, floor exercise an
balance beam, and sophomore Suzy Statton
the number four vaulter.
"I'M MORE confident now, knowing that I'm
depended on," stated Stanton. "I made a minor
change in the placement of the take-off board
and it has improved my timing."
According to men's coach Szypula, the MSU
women's team is hot. They've been established
for qiiite a while and will be extremely hard tc
beat.

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