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We-dnesday, June 25, 197/5

THE micHIGAN DAILY

Page Fifteen

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PICKS UP TIPS FOR WOLVERINE DEKERS

Farrell learns
Michigan head hockey coach vestigate and study various pro hockey pl
Dan Farrell, returning from training methods for hockey should train at
Moscow where he spent three both on and off the ice," and to sure we'd have
weeks studying the highly re- look at some of the "coaching our hands."
garded Russian hockey pro- philosophies involved." WHILE FAR
gram, said he picked up a few T H E WOLVERINE coach, the rigorous
ideas and training methods that whose world travels have also niques of the
might help the Wolverines in carried him to Rhodesia where emphasized the
their pre-season training this he taught for several years, with off thei
fall. compared the Russian system to drills.
Farrell, travelling with a that of North America. "They do no
group of coaches sponsored by "The typical Russian player the ice," hes
the Institute of Comparative in their major hockey league, day would cons
Physical Education of Concord- trains three times a day, ap- of conditioning
is University in Montreal, said proximately 5-6 hours. Now if the morning, 1-
that his purpose was, "to in- we were ever to suggest to our noon time ont

from Soviets

ayers that they
that level, I'm
a real revolt on
RRELL stressed
training tech-
Soviets, he also
ir preoccupation
ice conditioning
conditioning on
said. "A typical
ist of 1-1% hours
off the ice in
1 hours around
the ice, and an-

other workout later in the after-
noon for 1-1 hours."
"So its a very different sys-
tem of training," he continued.
"And that's probably what has
raised them to the level of
competence they are at now."
THE ENTOURAGE from the
America's spent an entire day
observing the Soviets train
goaltenders; a half day on the
ice and a half day off. Farrell
said that he collected about 70
to 80 different drills that he
could use specifically to train
his Wolverine netminders.

Finally, Farrell said that the
Russians' general systems of
play and strategy's could be
beneficial to the Wolverines next
season.
'They use certain systems in
games," he stated. "Systems
of play, systems of forecheck-
ing, systems of defensive play
that aren't too unlike some of
the systems we use. But they
use them in various parts of the
game, depending on the situa-
tion.

Bertram beats Smith in
1st round at Wimbledon

W I M B L E D O N, ENG-
LAND (A) - Byron Bertram of
South Africa, who recently re-
turned to tennis after a long
layoff with an injury, played the
best match of his career yes-
terday and knocked out former
champion Stan Smith in the
first round of the Wimbledon
championships.
The 24-year-old Bertram up-
set the No. 7 seed 6-1, 6-2, 6-1.
Other leading American con-
tenders - Arthur Ashe, Marty
Riessen and Roscoe Tanner --
moved safely through the first
round.
Apart from the destruction of
Smith, most of the day's tennis
went as expected.
Ashe, who had won one set
Monday night, completed an 8-
6, 6-1, 8-9, 6-4 victory over Bob
Hewitt of South Africa.
Chris Evert and Billie Jean

King led the American advance
in the first round of the wom-
en's singles.
Evert, defending champ and
top seed, beat Chris O'Neill of
Australia 6-0, 6-2. King, five
time Wimbledon winner, beat
Richenda Vlotman of South Af-
rica 6-1, 6-4.
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