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By MARTHA CRALL
Special to the Daily
DENVER-Upon arrival within the
Mile High City, the Michigan hockey
team saw something they had not seen
in two weeks-snow. Tonight it will see
something else it has not seen in two
weeks-the Denver Pioneers.
The last time the two teams met was
in Ann Arbor when the Wolverines
swept the then first place Pioneers, 9-4
BOTH TEAMS thought at that time
that they wouldn't see each other again,
but as fate would have it, Denver
finished fourth in the WCHA (23-13-2
overall, 15-11-2 in the WCHA) and
Michigan fifth (21-15 overall, 15-13
WCHA) to bring the Wolverines to Den-
ver for another two game series, this
time for the first round of play-offs. The
team that scores the most total goals
advances to the second round.
Both teams were swept at home last
weekend. Denver was hit by the red hot
WCHA champions, the Minnesota
Golden Gophers, 3-0, 4-3. The
Wolverines suffered double set backs to
Michigan Tech, 5-4 and 5-2, putting the
Richmond and Blum to
lead Michigan attack
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Huskies in a second place tie with
Despite the Michigan domination of
the earlier meetings, both coaches ex-
pect this weekend to be a new ball
MICHIGAN HEAD coach John Gior-
dano calls it "the battle of the Bat-
tered." The Wolverines have several
nagging injureis, but nobody has been
taken out of the lineup.
Denver will play without the services
of sophomore winger Marty Steinley,
who was injured in the Minnesota
series. Also hobbled was junior center
Andy Hill, but he is expected to play.
The Pioneers are paced by
sophomore winger Ken Berry (20 goals,
34 assists, 54 points). Berry, however,
has been in a slump of late, scoring only
one point in his last seven games here.
Denver will have to rely on its offensive
and defensive strengths on the power
play, which have ranked near the top of
the league all season.
MICHIGAN IS paced in scoring by
two defensemen, junior. Steve Rich-
mond and senior John Blum. The
Wolverines will need a solid defensive
performance to counter Denver's
In other first round action around the
league, first place Minnesota hosts
eighth place Minnesota-Duluth, second
place Wisconsin hosts seventh place
Colorado College, and third place
Michigan Tech hosts seventh place
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March 11, 1981.*
By STEVE SCHAUMBERGER
Although the past season has been a
disappointment for the Michigan men's
swimming team, the tankers hope to
atone for their early-season losses at
this weekend's Big Ten Championships
Coach Bill Farley's team seems to be
in high gear, coming off consecutive
conference victories over Ohio State,
66-47, and Michigan State, 75-38.
Bolstered by the addition of All-
American diver Kevin Machemer, the
Wolverines have high hopes of im-
proving on their past performances.
MICHIGAN'S overall record of 7-3, 4-
2 in the Big Ten, might seem to indicate
a successful campaign, but that is not
the case. Inconsistency has plagued the
tankers throughout the season. Along
with lopsided defeats of conference foes
Purdue and Illinois by identical scores
of 93-20 have been losses to Wisconsin,
67-46, and Indiana, 60-53.
In order to have a strong showing,
Michigan will rely heavily on defending
Big Ten 200-yard breastroke champion
Tom Ernsting and Ron Merriott, last
SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Tankers take aim at B' Ten title
year's one meter diving titlist.
Freestyler Bob Murray, who has the
fastest time in the conference this
season in the 50-yard freestyle, long
distance specialist Kevin Williams, and
backstroker Bruce Gemmell will also
be chief catalysts in the tankers' at-
tempt to end Indiana's string of 20 con-
secutive Big Ten swimming champion-
Special to the Daily
In the first dual meet of the season
the men's tennis team suffered a defeat
against the University of Texas in Cor-
pus Christi, 7-2. With only two outdoor
practices, the team, although ranked
tenth in the nation, was overtaken by
"The teams were evenly paired,
although we were not as sharp as we
should be," said coach Brian Eisner.
The two Michigan winners were Matt
Horwitch, who beat Guillermo Stevens,
7-6, 6-3, and Mike Leach defeating Paul
Cruzier 7-6, 6-4.
In doubles action however, Horwitch
and Leach lost, as did the Wolverines'
two remaining doubles teams.
Texas was a strong team, and the
Wolverines will have their work cut out
for them again today as they meet
Oklahoma State, the defending Big
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General Manager Jack McCloskey's '
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