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By PAUL CAMPBELL I
Dan Farrell and his charges
will get their first "secondf
look" at an opponent this sea-'
son as they entertain the Fight-
ing Irish of Notre Dame in a
The two teams net Nov. 14
and 15 in South Bend, with the
Wolverines exploding for a 9-61I
win on' Saturday after being
dumped 5-3 the night before. t
Since that time, each team
has played.500 hockey in the
WCHA. The Wolverines havel
gone 6-6 in the two month
stretch, while Notre Dame
has tacked on two ties (the
only ones in conference action
so far this year) to their 4-4
One of those ties came last
Saturday night in South Bend,
as the Fighting Irish battled to7
a 4-4 stalemate with the sec-
ond place Minnesota Gophers.
Though that may seem like;
a good effort, first year assist-
ant coach Ric Schafer felt that
the team was not playing as
well as they are able. "We
made a lot of basic mistakes.
If we had played as well as
we can, we would have won."
Schafer, who played hockey"
for Notre Dame and captainedE
the team his senior year, has'
been forced to assume extra
duties in light of an illness to
the wife of head coach Charles
Despite this uncertainty,
Notre Dame will bring a big
and talented contingent of
hockey players to town. They
have been led all season by a
first line that has already ac-
counted for 91 points.
Centering the line will be di-,
minuitive Brian Walsh, who'
has seven goals and twenty-five
assists in the 1975-76 camnaign.
His 32 points tie him for the
team scoring lead with his left
wing Clark Hamilton (15 goals,
The third leading scorer on
the club is Walsh's right wing-
er, Alex Pirus. However, Pirus ,
is listed as doubtful for the
NEXT WEEK, WED.
6:30-8:30 p m.
A chance to be a
Michigan games due to an in- sive pairings. John McCahill
jury. Senior Tim Byers, who will join Tom Lindskog as Lind-
had been seeing service on the skog's former partner Rob Pal-
fourth line, is expected to fill mer teams up with Greg Fox.
in for Pirus. Greg Natale will be paired with .
"It's a big assignment for freshman John Waymann.
Tim" noted coach Schafer. Despite the changes, Farrell
He's thirty pounds lighter did not seem too upset with the
than Alex, but we have a lot problems the Wolverines have
of confidence in him." had since Christmas. "Every.
The loss of Pirus could impair team has a low point in a sea-
one of Notre' Dame's most ef- son," said the Michigan mentor.'
fective strategies; physical in- "Let's just hope that we've bot-
timidation. They are one of the todmed out..
biggest teams in the league with "I admit that we are not t
thre heaies ippng te sclesplaying up to our potential. In
three heavies tipping the scales that respect, I'm disappoint-
at well over 200 pounds.thtrseI' diapn-
The biggest of the big boys ed. But no one is running
Th bges f h bgbosaway, from us. We're only two #
is sophomore Kevin Nugent, fr
who plays right wing for center games out (from lceage
Don Fairholm on the second that's not too bad."
line. At 6'S and 230 lbs., the tssoobF
Boston Bruins draftee was a As for the series itself, Far-
larg thrn i th Woleries'rell looks for the result to re-
large thorn in the Wolverines' volve around forechecking, an
sioring threeNovae e eresoarea the Wolverines have falter-
scorng hreegoas inthetwoed in too often.
games. ' By any standards, the games
Farrell concedes that Notre Ba ymstana twe game
Dame's size will be a factor, are important. A two game
DTeyare on ef ter. sweep would boost the team's
They are one of the very confidence, and reestablish the
few teams that can actually quickly fading principle of home
match us on a physical basis. ice advantage. Another split, or
We are big, but so are they. a double loss, might cause ev-
There will be a lot of shoving eryone to admit that they're
out there." worried.
Junior Jack Brownschidle an-
chors the defensive corps for
the fighting Irish. Besides be- USTE
ing a top blueliner, the East
Amherst, New York junior is"
the team's fourth leading scor- 'r ii c 1
Brownschidle will be paired I..I
with senior co-captain Pat No-
vitski. Backing them up will be
juniors Paul Clarke and Roger By TOM DURANCEAU a
Bourque. Bourque leads the After an excellent recruiting
team in penalty minutes with year the Michigan track team o
58. begins its indoor season with (
The last line of defense is what could be termed "cautious t:
high hopes." Itl
held down by a pair of goal-
ies, Len Moher and John Pet-
erson. They have been slar-
ing the job all season. Peter-
son, who played one of his
best games of the season
against the Wolverines in No-
vember, has played in twelve
games and has a 4.4 goals
With the exception of Pirus,I
the Notre Dame lineup will be
basically the same one the
Wolverines saw in November.
Not so on the Michigan side.
Farrell, seeking to "get some
consistency into our defensive
play," has revamped his defen-
"We have the talent to score
in every event in the Big Ten'
now, not just a few," comment-
ed head coach Jack Harvey,
"if we get luck we could win
THE WOLVERINES finished
a disappointing fifth last year in
the Big Ten meet and they will
be out to improve on that finish
The list of top recruits on this
year's team includes sprinter
Harlan Huckleby, from Detroit..
Huickleby,'the crowd favorite in
football, is expected to add
much to the Wolverines depth
in the 60 yard dash, the 440 and
Other top freshman include
utstanding miler Steve Elliott
from Pontiac) who was one of
he finest schoolboy milers in
he country last year, and hur-
dlers Charles Crouther, Donald
Wheeler and Arnett Chisholm.
The Wolverines should also find
;trength in freshman distance
nan Jack Sinclair who was im-
>ressive as a freshman during
he Wolverines Big Ten cham-1
>ion cross country season and'
Peter Running, a new high
jumper from Sarnia, Ontario,
who <ha's cleared 6-10.
HUCKLEBY JOINS fe11ow
sprinters Rob Lytle, who ran a
6.1 in the 60 last year, and soph-
omore Doug Hennigar who is
looking very strong after a good
showing in his sophoinore year.
Daily Photo by KEN FINK
GARY MORRISD)N (28) uses his muscle and pins a Mich-
igan State opponent into the boards. The Wolverine hockey
team will host Notre Dame this weekend, the biggest and
most physical team in the Western College Hockey Associa-
F MEET TOMORROW
tds hopeF s high
FEATURING THE ALL NEW
Jamaican Jeff McLeod ran the
440 in 47.5 and is improving af-
ter an injury last year. "Jeff is
capable of running under 46.5
in the quarter," says Michigan
assistant Ron Warhurst. Joining
him'will be Jim Grace, Dave
Furst and Dave Williams.
Williams, a senior from Mus-
kegon, was the Wolverines only
indoor champion last year, tak-
ing the 600 and is a favorite to
do it again.
The middle distance and dis-
tance events are the Wolverines
strength. Dave Furst and Andy
Johnson will handle the middle
distance c h o r e s along with
sophomore Mark Foster and
MILER Greg Meyer is run-
ning his best ever. In an intra-
squad meet Meyer ran 4:05.4,
an unofficial school record. El-
E-liott is also expected to do well.
He ran under 4:10 last year in
The Wolverines have all their
cross country troops to handle
the distance events. Mike Mc-
Guire, Jay Anstaett, Bill Dona-
kowski and Meyer will carry
THE FIELD events have also
been improved. Long jump and
triple jump artist Abe Butler is
back at full strength after a
knee injury last year hampered
his performances. Mark Bohlke
will again add depth. The pole
v'aulters continue to aim for
16-6 after a tough year last sea-
son. Jim Stokes, Terry Hart
and Ed Kulka all return.
Sophomore shotputter Randy
Foss from Mason is improving
and high jumper Doug - Gibbs
returns, still looking for 7 feet.
The first meet is at home
tomorrow as Michigan hosts the
United States Track and Field
Federation Meet. The following
week the Michigan Relays will
again display the top talent
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