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SPORTS
The Michigan Daily Friday, December 5, 1980 Page 11
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BJA lLE F1' THE B "AI(IS EXPE CTEDJ

SCORIES,

Tough Sioux icers invade

Yost

SCORES
College Basketball
Notre Dhime 79, TCU 63
Toledo 96, Cal Poly-Pomona 62
Northeastern 103, Brandeis 70
Georgetown 108, St. Leo 73
Tulsa 68, Louisville 60
Michigan Tech 66, Northern Michigan 57
Dayton 74. Miami 71

Iowa St. 74, Drake 72
Texas 101, New Mexico St. 82
Texas Tech 68, W. Kentucky 58
Tufts 82, Williams 73
National Hockey League
Quebec 4, Detroit I
Philadelphia 7, Chicago5
Pittsburgh 3, Montreal 2

By DAN CONLIN
Aggressive hockey is back in town, at
least for the weekend.
Tonight, the University of North
0Dakota, 7-3 in the WCHA and 10-4
overall, will be stalking the ice of Yost
Ice Arena expecting to physically
dominate the Michigan Wolverines.
PICTURE THIS: Michigan's Brian
Lundberg, John Blum, and Gordie
Hampson all sliding on the ice as four
Fighting Sioux thrash goalie Paul

Fricker-Not a chance, says Michigan
interim head coach John Giordano.
Giordano, acting as head coach for an
indefinite period due to the resignation
of first year coach Wilf Martin, is fully
anticipating a bruisitig game but sees
no other way to play North Dakota.
"We have to play aggressive and just
hope it comes out our way," said Gior-
dano. "We can handle it."
GIORDANO IS impressed with the
defending national champion Sioux,

who have taken the WCHA title twice in
the two years since John (Gino)
Gasparini took over as head coach.
"They've got a strong defensive
front, and they body check, but they are
still scoring," said Giordano. "They are
a physically tough team. But, maybe
our edge is our discipline.
North Dakota is averaging almost six
goals per game and has won nine of its
last ten outings. The Sioux are coming
off two massacres of Air Force, beating

i

Blue grappler Siar gains weight;

vies or neW
By CHUCK JAFFE 13
When the Michigan wrestling team "b
participates in the Penn State In- th
vitational tonight, Bob Siar will not Pal
wrestle at his usual 134 pounds., Bob se
Si.r may not wrestle for the Wolverines
again this season. The reason is simple; O
PSiar can't make weight. w
Siar was one of Michigan's most the
highly-touted freshmen when he an
enrolled here last year. He had a fine we
rookie season for the team at 134 poun- sit
ds. When the team opened practice this wa
year, the coaches expected Siar to mi
return to his spot at 134. The only sa
problem was that Siar reported to prac- wr
tice weighing 180 pounds.
"We had anticipated him being at we
to
tou
the

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them 7-1 and 8-1 last weekend.
North Dakota has suffered three
heartbreaking conference losses this
season. In the early phase of the
schedule, Minnesota slipped past the
Sioux 9-8 and 5-4 in overtime. Min-
nesota-Duluth split a weekend series
with North Dakota one month ago by
beating NoDak 7-3 and losing 5-4.
NORTH DAKOTA'S high scoring of-
fense has produced outstanding
statistics for its scoring leaders.
Freshman center Troy Murray has
scored 18 goals and assisted 18 times.
Sophomore right winger Glen White
totaled 13 goals and 14 assists while Phil
Sykes has 10 goals and 14 assists.
Murray has been the freshman sen-
sation of the season. So surprising that
he has finally won the respect of coach
Giordano. "He's a pro prospect," said
Giordano. "We really missed the boat
with him."
Giordano had scouted Murray last
year and had not been impressed at all.
"He must have had bad games on the
nights I went to watch him," said Gior-
dano, "because he didn't show me
anything."
It's up to Fricker whether or not
Murray comes back to haunt Giordano.

starting posi
4," said assistant coach Joe Wells, "Bob w
bud he got fat this summer. Normally up the, lad
e average wrestler cuts from 12 to 14 to be see
ounds from their off-season to their in- pounders.
ason weight." and I'm su
Siar did wrestle at 134 in the Ohio PINNING
pen, but according to Wells, "he compete t
asn't performing effectively." After Penn Stat
e Ohio Open, Siar went to the coaches State on I
d told them he could no longer make cludes soi
eight. "It got to a point where I would nation, in
in the sauna where the temperature Penn
as 200 degrees, and at the end of 30 Carolina .
inutes I wasn't even sweating," Siar will be fre,
id. "I knew that something was for Larry
rong." January.
Siar says that he might lose the academici
eight by the end of the season, in order was injur
compete in the Big 10 and NCAA accident a
urnaments. "It's possible," Siar said, week. Tak
yen probable that I'll try." will be De,
only under
In the meantime, Siar moves up into Joe McF,
e 142-pound weight class, where he Farland is
il compete with Mark Pearson, Lou home on I
ilani, and Kelly Lewis for the starting first home
ot. 12 against

tion

ill just have to work his way
der," Wells said. "It remains
n how he'll do with the 142
He's a proven competitor,
ire he'll be a factor."
IT DOWN: The wrestlers
onight and tomorrow in the
e Invitational, and face Penn
Monday. The tournament in-
me of the best teams in the
cluding Maryland, Auburn,
State and North,
. Taking Siar's place at 134
shman Bill Goodill, but watch
Haughn to be the starter in
Haughn is currently
ally ineligible. . . Pat McKay
ed last weekend in a hunting
and will be out for at least a
ing his place at 190 pounds
an Rehberger. . . The team's
feated wrestler is freshman
arland at 118 pounds. Mc-
7 and0 .... The team returns
Tuesday to prepare for their
e match, which is December
Clarion State.

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