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By ELISA FRYE
He tries to hide his optimism, but
Michigan hockey coach Dan Farrell
can hardly keep the grin off his face. He
knows that if the second place
Wolverines can sweep this weekend's
opponent, fifth-place Notre Dame, and
if third place Minnesota can top first
place North Dakota, his icers are at the
top of the WCHA.
Two pretty big ifs, and neither con-
dition is probable.
The Fighting Irish carry a three
game losing streak with them into Yost,
a streak that dropped them from third
place to fifth. On the other hand, the
Irish also have a 6-4 road record,
something that should aid them when

they come up against Michigan's 16-0-1
home record.
Michigan's hold on second place is
tenuous at best right now. With teams
like Minnesota and Notre Dame
jockeying in and out of the top spots, it
is likely that the next three weekends
will remain crucial in determining
home-ice advantage in the WCHA
playoffs.
As Farrell points out, nobody can rest
securely on their laurels. "You think
you're doing well, and then a team like
Denver knocks you off. You can't let up
for a minute. The pressure's on every
day."
And the pressure is on Michigan this
weekend to uphold thei condition for

reaching first place, or for maintaining
a hold on second, for that matter. "I
think we can hold this position provided
a couple of things happen," said
Farrell. "We can hold it if we stay
healthy, and we can hold it if we beat
Notre Dame."
Reaching first relies more on how

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North Dakota fares against Minnesota,
a rising team in the WCHA. After
sweeping Wisconsin 6-4 and 7-6 in
Madison last weekend, the Gophers
hold third place.
Two of the Irish the Wolverines have
to keep their eyes peeled for are 6-1, 205-
lb. forward Greg Meredith, and 6-2, 200-
lb. defenseman Jeff Brownschidle.
Meredith and Brownschidle both
amassed six points in Notre Dame's ill-
fated series with Minnesota-Duluth.*
Meredith leads his team with 53 points,
while Brownschidle has piled up 38
points and the third highest scorer for
Notre Dame.
BLUE LINES: Forward Murray Eaves
is still recovering from a bout with
mono, but will play in this weekend's
series . . . Eaves currently has 74 poin-
ts for this season. . . Tonight's game
will be televised by ON TV and starts at
8p.m.
WCHA Standings

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2. MICHIGAN ...
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4. Coo. College..
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7. Michigan Tech
8. Minn.-Duluth..
9. Michigan State
10. Denver......

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BILLBOARD
The Dekers Club will hold its last
"Blue Line" luncheon of the season
today at noon at the Crystal House
Motel. Featured speakers will be Notre
Dame hockey coach Charles "Lefty"
Smith and Michigan coach Dan Farrell.

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