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By BOB EMORY
A record could rery well be set
A record could very well be set at Yost Arena
next weekend, and what an ironic twist it would
After the Wolverines get done beating Denver
by twenty goals this weekend out West, they'll en-
tertain their two-year nemesis, the Michigan Tech
Huskies, coached by John Maclnnes. Prior to the
two games' with North Dakota during the annual
WinterCarnival in Houghtontonight and
tomorrow, Maclnnes has 499 victories to his
coaching credit. Obviously, number 500 is a
milestone, but if he gets two more, he becomes the
winningest coach in college history, surpassing
John "Snooks" Kelley's mark of 501 set during 40
years of coaching at Boston College.
Wolverine coach Dan Farrell, for one, thinks the
Huskies will sweep the Fighting Sioux. Tech has
won eight of its last 10 Winter Carnival games, and
two more this weekend would have Maclnnes
coming to town looking for the record against
And there's the twist. Farrell is a former player
under MacInnes during his first few years as
coach back in the late Fifties. "I would rather not
get the record against Danny," said MacInnes,
"because they're fighting for the championship.
But I would like to get the wins as soon as possible
and get out of this mess and get going."
Farrell got a bit of a chuckle out of that
reasoning. "Ah, he's just politicking," he said. "I
expect him to win two this weekend, and he'll be
coming in here looking for 502. Don't let him fool
Politicking. An appropriate term. Maclnnes,
who did his playing at Michigan, has beaten the
Wolverines ten straight times dating back to 1977.
He probably can't wait to get back to Ann Arbor.
Finally, after two years, the playoffs
Finally, after two years, the playoffs for
Michigan. No matter what, If things go as they
have been so far, the Wolverin'es will have the
home ice advantage for the first round, and
probably the second too, if they get that far.
The playoffs are a two-game total goals series,
and the eight playoff teams get whittled down to
two. Those two teams, however, do not play each
other to determine a playoff champion. Rather,
the top league finisher of the final two
automatically qualifies for the NCAA tournament,
to be held in Providence this season. The other
team plays a single playoff game against a team
selected by the NCAA for the right to represent the
West in the NCAA Finals.
The selection of the at-large team is pretty much
a given. Since they started this procedure, the at-
large team has been the winner of the CCHA
playoffs, easily the second best league in the coun-
try this season. So far, Northern Michigan, ranked
number one, is on top of that league with an un-
blemished 19-0 record. Right behinid the Wildcats
is Ohio State (8-2), a very fine hockey team, and
the two squads are playing a series this weekend
in Columbus in what should be one of the most ex-
citing series of the season.
It is conceivable that Michigan will play one of
these teams in the single playoff game. If it's Nor-
thern, the game will be played in Marquette,
although that decision is up to the NCAA also. If
it's Ohio State, who knows where the game will be
played? Money is the bottom line, and the
Buckeyes' rink is just too small (1200 capacity) to
warrant a playoff game.
This kind of rambling is purely hypothetical at
this time. But -a problem will arise if it actually
comes down to an Ohio State-Michigan playoff. It
has been suggested by some that that game could
be played in Bowling Green, a CCHA rink midway
between the two Big Ten cities.
That would be practical. But the NCAA and.
practicality is an oxymoron, as history has shown
But no matter what, the Wolverines will see
some playoff action, and that's news around here.
The Polish are coming
The Polish are coming, Next Wednesday, the
Polish National Team visits Yost for an exhibition
against the Wolverines before heading to Lake
Placid in quest of the Gold.
"If you're a purist of the game," says Farrell,
"you'll enjoy watching European hockey."
But if you're a radio broadcaster, you won't en-
joy describing the play-by-play. It is said the
' Polish roster can give an announcer a permanent
case of lockjaw. Some examples: Tadeusz Obluj,
Bogdan Dziubikski, Ludwik Synowiec, Wieslaw
Jobczuk, et cetera, et cetera.
It might be worth a good laugh to listen/to the
student radio station, WCBN, broadcast the game.
I understand there will be a rookie calling the
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SPOR TS OF THE DAILY
Morgan back 'home' with Astros
By The Associated Press
HOUSTON - Joe Morgan, a two-time
National League most valuable player
when he led Cincinnati to two World
Series championships, signed a one-
year contract yesterday with the
Houston Astros, where he started his
"They say you can't go home again,
but I guess I did," Morgan told a news
conference. "I said when I left Houston
that I wanted to come back."
Morgan, 36, said if he could avoid in-
juries that have plagued him in recent
years, he would be a better player than
".I'M PROBABLY a better second
baseman now than the guy who won
those five Golden Glove Awards,"
Morgan said. "I've got a stronger arm
and I know so much more about the
Morgan, who has a .277 lifetime bat-
ting average and has played in eight
All-Star games, said he was -taking his
career one year at a time.
"I've been taking a wait-and-see at-
titude for a number of years," Morgan
said. "Players don't always lose their
skills. Sometimes they lose their desire
to work hard all the time and to give 100
per cent. If you're only giving 70 per
cent, it's almost impossible and I dor
think I've lost that desire."
ASTROS)MANAGER Bill Virdon said
Morgan's must important quality would
be his runs-batted-in potential.
"I feel like he is going to be able to hit
in one of the, run-producing slots in the
line-up," Virdon said. "Now which one
that'might be, right now I can't answer.
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DETROIT - Detroit Lions quarter-
back Gary Danielson, who spent the en-
tire 1979 season on the bench with an in-
jured knee, signed a one-year contract
yesterday with the National Football
Although terms of the pact were r
disclosed, the amount was believed in
the vicinity of $150,000, plus a bonus for
"I'M VERY happy to have this
resolved," said the 6-foot-2, 195-pound
Danielson. "I'm especially glad it was
settled before it went into free agency.
"I feel the contract is fair to bo
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signing as the first of what I hope to be
many positive steps towards a suc-
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Last week, Lions General Manager
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any doubt Danielson would be playing
quarterback with Detroit next year.
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tract but were so far apart in salary
they mutually agreed that a one-year
pact would be best.
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