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IHE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, February 11,

Page Eight it-IE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, February 11,

DENVER SERIE S IMPORTANT

leers
By RICK MADDOCK
Home, sweet home."
That's what it's all about in
the WCHA race for third and
fourth. The top four finishers
host the first round of the play
offs.

want
Wisconsin and Notre Dam
have the first two spots vi
tually locked up, but there ar
1 seven teams vying for the I
nal two slots in the first div
- sion. Eight games remain
the season.

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home playof
The Wolverine icers, despite a skating, but wil not play since
re seven game skid, happen to be he has not fully recovered from
re included in the seven teams, as a sprained neck. Doug Todd is
fI- they currently find themselves coming along from his knee in-
i- n sixth place with 24 points, two jury, but he's running out of
in points out of fourth and three out time to be able to come back
of third. this season.
"We have a new challenge to Gary Morrison has a broken
W face in battling back. We're hand. "His situation is under
still very much alive in the race review. There's a chance he's
for one of those top four spots,' done for the year," Farrell said.
Michigan hockey coach Dan "Bill Thayer is back in the
Farrell said. lineup and he'll be playing
- This weekend Michigan regularly. That will help us.
plays its final full series at We'll use him on a line with
I home. Denver visits Yost, and Maurer and Manery," Farrell
brings its third place standing said.
of 27 points with it. Denver That move is to strengthen the
rose to that spot via a sweep Michigan offense. The Wulver-
over North Dakota last week- ines did manage to score eight
end. goals in their 11-8 loss to Wis-
They're a nice hockey team consin last Saturday. That was
as they skate well and move the the first time the local icers
puck well," Farrell said. The scored over three goals since a
Wolverines swept Denver at the January 14 9-8 win against
Denver Ice Arena back in No- Michigan Tech.
vember. Michigan powered past "We obviously have to score
the Pioneers, 8-3 and 7-5. (to win)," Farrell said. "I hope
"I hope that (the sweep at we'll be able to play better de-
Denver) will be a positive fense. The key will oe to keep
thing. We played well out them off the board."
there," Farrell said. "We Denver iled by center
were playing well at that time Doug Berry, who has 32 points
of the year. We had all the for the WCHA season. De-
people in the lineup." fenseman Greg Woods has 31
Thsta illnotpoints, including two goals and
Thi time Michga wllno one assist from 1ast weekC
have all the people in the line-morant fremplaytheek'.
up. Dave Brennan has been important sweep by the Pion-

He's back again with his
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Irisk songs, soft ballads,
outrageous jokes, rebel
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Blue
berth
eers. Winger Perry Sc minat r
has 29 points, and last week
he scored ,he openlog gojal ip By Ki
both games. Jim Boyce i
"At one time earlier in the While JohnnyC
season, their goaltenling was show in Ann Ar
suspect. Their goal-aidig has is off scouting
improved steadily thrdugh the scool starsin
season," Farrell said. schoolistars on
Ernie Glanville was the outT
standing player of the serie. la t of yet, none of
week for Denver, as he was ir ment to Michi
the nets both night for Denver's Green, Steve C
5-2 and 4-3 victories. He has graduation. Th,
played six games wilh a 4.50 av- to five players
erage. i ed only Mark1
Jim Bales has playred in 18
games in .he nets for the Pi- NUMBER O
oneers. He has a 4.43 average. Johnson, a 6-8 f
Dave Debol is tie 1 for fourth A high school A
in the WCHA scoria wxvth 47" visited Notre I
points. Kris Manery is tench with iaryland, and
37, and Kip Maurer is tied for I feel Earv
eleventh with 36 poin's. Bill u ichigan
Thayer rounds out the top Michi- us or Michigan
gan scorers with 35 poiits, which he wants to sta
ties him at thirteenth. Out of his er 'He's one w
35 points, 27 are assists. ing a lot of in
.r.to our home ga
::.::.....................A nother forw
WCHA Standings ern's Jay Vinc
with Johnson la
LEAGUE some interest i
Vincent could p
W L T Pts' ter.
Wisconsin 20 4 0 40G
Notre Dame 16 7 1 331
Denver 13 10 1 27 BRIAN ALL
North Dakota 13 11 0 26 | Buffalo Grove,
Michigan Tech 12 11 1 25 back in Decem
MICHIGAN . 12 12 0 24 the running.
Minnesota 9 12 3 21 ii A long shot
Michigan State 9 16 1 19s American Jamt
Colorado College 8 17 1 17 in Washington,
UMD............5 17 2 12 i With the los
This Weekend's Games gan needs guar
Denver at MICHIGAN will still be ar
Michigan Tech at Wisconsin go back to gua
Minnesota at UMD THE BEST
North Dckota at Notre Dame is 6-2 Kevin Sn
er Rice. A thr
ages 28 points
BILLBOARD . record of 49 p
The coaches
The Michigan men's swim Marty Bodnar,
team meets Wisconsin tonight Ohio. On their
at Matt Mann Pool. The meet cember, they g
begins at 7:30 p.m.::

ATHY HENNEGHAN
sn't around much these days.
Orr and Bill Frieder run the
bor, the second-year assistant
opponents and selling high
Michigan.
recruits is impressive, but as
'them have made a commit-
gan. The team loses Rickey
Grote and John Robinson to
e coaches hope to sign four
to replace them, having sign-,
Lozier last spring.
NE on Boyce's list is Earvin
orward from Lansing Everett.
11-American, Johnson has also
Dame, North Carolina State,
Michigan State.
in's choice will come down to
State. He has reportedly said
y close to home," said Fried-
re really want, and he's show-
terest in us by coming down
ames ."
&ard prospect is Lansing East-
cent, who visited Ann Arbor
st fall. The pair has expressed
n attending the same school.
bssibly see some time at cen-
SMILLER, a 6-8 forward from
Illinois, visited Ann Arbor
nber. Notre Dame is also in
for the Wolverines is 6-8 All-
es Ratiff from Eastern High
D.C.
s of Grote and Green, Michi-
rds. Dave Baxter and Lozier
ound, and Tom Staton could
rd, but that's it.
IN-STATE prospect at guard
nith from Birmingham Broth-
ee-year starter, Smith aver-
a game and holds a school
points in a single game.
would love to sign Mark and
6-2 twins from Barberton,
official campus visit in De-
ot the royal treatment - in-

chiding attending a basketball game as
guests of Bo Schembechler.
"The Bodnars are very interested in a
school with high academics," said Frieder,
who took time out to visit Barberton earlier
in the week. "They're looking at law, busi-
ness, medicine. I'm not sure who our corn-
petition is, other than Duke."
ANOTHER GUARD on the list is 6-4 John-
ny Johnson from Nichols High in Buffalo,
New York. Johnson attended the Johnny Orr
Basketball Camp last summer.
Ray Murdock, a 6-3 guard from Detroit
Southwestern, visited Minnesota over the
weekend. He said his choice was between
the Gophers and Michigan, although the lat-
ter had done nothing to recruit him.
But now Michigan is expressing some in-
terest. Murdock recently scored 42 points
against Cass Tech, whose coach called him
"another Ralph Simpson."
AND FINALLY, the answer to Phil Hub-
bard's prayers - yes, Phil, the coaches will
try for a big center.
Jim Smith is one possibility. The 6-10
senior from East -Tech in Cleveland made
an official campus visit and came up for
the Illinois game on his own.
Michigan is also looking at Mike Robin-
son, the younger brother of Michigan co-
captain Johnny Rob. Robinson, 6-10, is at-
tending DuPage Junior College in Glen Ellyn,
Illinois.
HERB WILLIAMS, a 6-9 high school for-
ward, is also on the list. Williams is from
Marion-Franklin High in Columbus and has
received some All-America attention.
Michigan can sign players to Big Ten let-
ters of intent on March 1, and national let-
ters on April 13.
"We hope to sign several players to na-
tional letters the 13th," said Frieder. "If we
sign them to Big Ten letters and they haven't
made a decision by April 13, that's just so
many scholarships that we can't give out
to someone else.
"We might sign a player like Earvin
(Johnson), who is interested in other Big Ten
schools, to a Big Ten letter if we get the
chance though," Frieder added.

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Gymnayssace crucial, tests,

By JEFF FRANK linois to compete for the Big Ten
Optimism reigns over th per- Championship.
formance of Michigan's gym- Michigan's men's team faces
nastic teams this weekend as Ohio State, Iowa and Wisconsin
they each participate in crucial at Crisler in a meet which gives
tests. The men host the Big Ten them an indication of its stand-
Quadrangular meet, while the ing in the pursuit for the Big
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THE MEET, begins Friday at
7:30 p.m. with compulsory com-
petition, and continues Saturday
at 1:00 p.m. with the optional
exercises. The Quadrangular will
be conducted in the format of
the Big' Ten and NCAA cham-
pionships and consequently is
important in estimating the rel-
ative strength of the competing
teams.
Coach Newt Loken of Michigan
foresees keen competition and
a good show. "We've scored
higher than the other schools in
optional competition, but the ad-
dition of compulsory exercises to
the meet could make a differ-
ence," Loken said.
Loken is mostly concerned
with the compulsories since this
is the first year that these par-
ticular exercises have been per-
formed. They have equal weight
with the optional competitions in
this championship meet.
Co-captain Scott Ponto is
encouraged by the steadily im-
proving Wolverines. 'Each
week'we've added more points
to our score. If we continue
to hit our routines by cham-
pionship time we'll be right

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there with the best of them,"
said Ponto.
Assistant coach Jerry Poyn-
ton sees the compulsoies as the
key aspect of the meet. "Com
pulsories are where the meet is
won or lost, and if we were +o
go over 200 in them we Will be
very happy," he continued.
Iowa appears to be the major
obstacle to a Wolverine vicrory
this weekend. The Hawkeye. are
in the 200 point range and have
consistent performers in all
events. Mark Reifkind is the
man to watch for the gawks.
WISCONSIN has' a blooming
program, but they don't appear
to be a threat this weekend
while Ohio State has been hurt
by the loss of its top all-around-
performer Chuck Ewing, who
broke his leg during the Big Ten
Invitational, and sho ill cause
no problem.
This will be the last time the
tumblers will compete at home
this season.
The women's team, in its sec-
and year of varsity competition,
has hopes of finishing as high as
third in the Big Ten'Champion-
ships Saturday. Michigan State
is the heavy favorite to capture
the title, but the gymnasts will
battle with Minneso' and Wis-
consin for the runner up spots.
Both those schools nlave long es-
tablished women's gymnastic
programs.
Michigan Coach Anne Cot
nell is optimistic about the
chances of her squad, despite
losses to MSU and Indiana in
the last two weeks.
"The key tootir hopes is the
!lance beam." C nell said,
"We lost four points against In-
diana because all our perform-
erf fell off the beam, and they
onlv won by nine-tenlas of a
"Either everyone hits their
beam routine or theg all fall
mff," Cornell stated. "it seems
that one fall ruins the con~centra-
ion of all the girls behind her
and causes an epidemic of
falls."
CORNELL MAY change the
order of the performers in an
effort to insure a sold showing
on the beam." I'll put my most
consistent workers on first in-
t'Qad of last to build the confi-
dence of those who follow them,"
qhe said. "Either tat or I'l
blindfold everyone until it's their
tern to go" Cornell joked.
Beth Carlson is one of the con-
sistent performers Cornell ex-
netts to hold the team together.
O>rlson will be competing as an
all-arounder for the first time.
The other all-arounders, Sara
Flom, Ginger Robey, andc Mia
Axon, are counted on to produce
the bulk of Michigan's scoring.

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