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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, lonuory 14, 1977 . I

LOOKING FOR REVENGE:

Icers
By JOHN NIEMEYER
The Michigan hockey team1
tries to avenge two previous de-
feats to Michigan Tech this
weekend as the Huskies come
'to town to renew one of the
most intense rivalries in col-
lege hockey.1
In recent years, this intra-
state contest has been import-I
ant in deciding which of the
top two teams will finish at or
near the top of the WCHA.
Once again the series is a
key one for Michigan, which
has a chance of moving into!
the conference lead after this!
weekend.
Tech, however, is struggling
through one of its most dis-
mal seasons in recent history,1
possessing a 6-9-1 conference
record and presently lodged
only one notch out of the
WCHA cellar. .
Off to an agonizingly slow
start, Tech is not as bad as
its record indicates, and has be-
gun to turn things around.
Even in ninth place the Hus-
kies are only five points out of
fourth and feel that with a'
strong showing in the next few
weeks they can still gain a
home berth for the playoffs.
Michigan Coach Dan Far-]
rell points out "in their last1
eight games they have won
BILLBOA RE
. The newly formed women's!
track and field team still needs
seriously interested women,
particularly those with any ex-
perience, according to coach
Ken Simmons. The club team
currently practices weeknight
evenings at 5 p.m. in prepara-
tion for tentative meets later
in the year. If interested, con-!
tact Simmons at 763-2159.

pimed

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six, lost one and tied one."
Included among those six
wins areY two in the Great
Lakes Invitational Tourna-
ment, one over Bowling Green
and one over Michigan in the
finals, 7-6.
In the two teams' other con-
frontation this season, the Wol-
verines split with the Huskies
in Houghton, losing 4-3, and,
winning 5-3.
Last weekend North Dakota,
tied with Michigan for second
place in the conference, snap-
ped Tech's 7-game unbeaten
streak in Houghton.
Farrell feels that that break'
in momentum plus the incen-
tive Michigan has coming off
the loss to Tech at the Great
Lakes Tournament will give

Michigan a solid shot at sweep-
ing the series.
"I think we can win this
weekend. We have a score to
settle from the Great Lakes.
We played well enough to win
and didn't," said Farrell.
"We have the incentive and
pride to win," he added.
Offense has been one of the
problems for the Huskies so far .
this season. They haven't been
able to get the goals when they
need them, having only tallied
90 on the season.
Michigan, meanwhile, has
racked up 127 goals to lead the
nation in scoring.
Leading the Huskie scoring
attack is first line center Stu
Ostlund. Ostlund, a junior,
had a big weekend against the

Sioux of North Dakota with
two goals and three assists
and has been steadily improv-
ing all season.
Joining Ostlund on the first
line are right wing Ed Dempsey
and left wing Stu Younger, who
are the team's second and third
leading scorers respectively.
Younger is the leading goal get-
ter with 14 while Dempsey tops
the team in assists.
Defensively, Tech is average,
having given up as many goals
as they have scored. 'Goalie
Bruce Horsch ranks eighth in
the conference in goals against
average and, is a solid but not
spectacular netminder.
Tech's biggest asset is its
team size and strength.

"They are a very physical
team," said Farrell. "We
can't get into a hitting match
with them."
That is particularly good ad-
vice when considering last week-
end's fiasco with Colorado Col-
lege which saw 47 penalties and
left possibly two Michigan play-
ers out of tonight's contest.
Dan Hoene was disqualified in
Saturday night's game and will
definitely be out. Kris Manery
was given a ten-minute miscon-
duct penalty and according to
a standing team rule he won't
be able to play either.
Considering the situation in
Saturday's frenzied contest
however, Farrell may decide to
waive the rule in this case, a
decision he will announce today.

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Tumblers roll into Crisler

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By GEOFFREY LARCOM team scores kept. But that ready vaulted over the 200 point hampered, it's tough to score
In their first taste of Big Ten should make for better individ- barrier this season and MSU team points."
competition this year, Michi- ual performances because the has been scoring in the 180's.
gan's men gymnasts host the athletes won't have to worry Against Western, in their first "WE OUGHT to do pretty
Big Ten Invitational today and about team pressure. dual meet of the year, the Wol- well this weekend though," pre-
tomorrow at Crisler Arena. "They can be relaxed and verines tallied 193 points. dicted assistant coach Bob Dar-
"This should be darned ex- do their routines in a real Michigan's toughest obstacle den. "At the very least, we
citing," exclaimed coach Newt crowd pleasing manner." this year has been injuries, should place one in each
Loken. "Today we'll get our Eight men will participate in particularly to its all - around event."
first indication of how our in- each event in the finals. Every j performers. Darden's optimism is well
dividuals rate against Big Ten Big Ten school will, designate "We have to pace ourselves," founded. due to Michigan's top
competition." one man for each event as stated John Corritore, third in notch individual performers.
pre-qualifiers, leaving four the Big Ten last year. "We have a guy in every event
T R A D I T I O N A L L Y more spots in the finals to be "Above all, you want to be who will show you an excel-
an all Big Ten meet, this year's filled through results of the in top shape for the Big Ten lent routine," sided Loken.
competition features the addi- preliminary sessions. and NCAA meets," said Corri- Captain Scott Pont
tion of Eastern and Western Although it did defeat West- tore. "With this year's abnor- specialist, aong wt, a rhgs
Michigan along with Indiana, ern Michigan last Friday, Lo- mal amount of injuries, it's Stillerman a two-time placer
MSU, OSU. and Michigan. ken's squad faces a stiff chal-, been tough to get a strong in the Big Ten Meet, are the
"The competitior. is strictly lenge in the meet. team effort together." favorites for the Wolvenes
on an individual basis," said Misising our all-around men -
Loken, "and there will be no I N D I A N A H A S al- hurts our depth in a team sit- BOB CREEK IN high-bar,
-~ - . ________ - ---- - - -cation," Loken added. "With BOhuCk ErEnK Cr ag
vital all-around men like Nigel ehuck inpVentura and Carl Badg-
Rothwell and Bruce Schuchard e in pommel horse, and Corri-
tore in the parallel bars are i
F -T MNTCHIGA FAN ! - also eyeing first places.
RMH "Don't count out anyonet
iti0o 3 Mij~ igan :A FRANCiSCO ~ though," warned Loken, "Wea
lnSAav lot of talent which
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Tough break, Charlie!!!
BOSTON CELTIC GUARD Charlie Scott takes a look at things after undergoing surgery yes-
terday for two broken bones in his left forearm. The North Carolina graduate, injured Wednes-
day night against Indiana, will be lost to the Celtics for the remainder of the season.
SPORTS OF THE DAILY

By The Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA-The cham-
pion Cincinnati Reds will be hon-
ored as "The Team of the Year"
in American sports by the Phil-
adelphia Spor's Writers Associa-
tion at its annual banquet Jan.
31.
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record to win the National gold medals at both the 1972
League West. wiped out the Phil- and 1976 Olympic Games.
adelphia Phillies in the play- But she never won a gold in
offs in three straight, and beat an individual event, mainly
the New York Yankees in the due to the phenomenal surge
World Series with a four-game of women a'hletes from East-
sweep. ern Europe.
* * * In the 1976 Games she was
rated the top Americin woman
Washed up? swimmer, but all the headlines
LOS ANGELES - S h i r l e y were given to East Germany's
Babashoff, one of America's fin- sensational Korneha Ender.
est female swimmers who had The gold medals Shirley won
devoted virtually her entire life were for her part on the United
to the sport, says she's retiring States' 400-meter freestyle re-
at age 19 because "I guess I'm lay team.
getting old." * '"

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"I am just tired of swim- playing in Bing Crosby's 36th
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