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SPORTS

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Wildcats drop tenth

straight

By MARK BOROWSKI
Say "so long" to the last season's
CCHA champs. The Northern Michigan
Wildcats have turned into the Mildcats
and this past weekend dropped their
nipth and tenth consecutive losses to
league opponents.
This time around it was Western
Michigan's turn to tame the 'Cats,
whallopping them by scores of 6-3 and 7-
2. Northern has yet to win a game in the
'82 portion of the season and has slipped
from the league lead to sixth with its

aslist record (117) on Saturday night.
It was the first time since a 7-5 win
versus Northern that Fitzpatrick was
teamed with Bob Scurfield and Terry
Olson and the trio from British Colum-
bia netted 14 points in the sweep.
Northern Michigan must take on the
second-place Michigan State Spartans
this weekend and Comley was anything
but confident about his team's chances
of getting on track. "It will be very
tough turning things around against
Michigan State," he said.
"WE'LL HAVE TO eliminate a lot of
mistakes to compete against a team the
caliber of Michigan State, especially af-
ter we just got beat by Western which is
almost the last-place team."
Michigan State 6-2,
Miami 5-3
Injuries continued to plague the Spar-
tans as they split a series with Miami at
Munn Ice Arena in East Lansing.
Heading into the series State coach Ron
Mason was without the services of three
regulars (Frank Finn, Craig Lakian
and Todd Gardiner), and the 6-5 Spar-
tan win Friday night added Ken Leitner
and Tom Anastos to the list. Both
players suffered shoulder injuries,
while Leiter is expected to miss the rest
of the '82 campaign.
"We didn't play well Friday night and
won," Mason said. "And Saturday we
played well and lost so it was just one of
those things."
MASON SAID his goaltender, Ron
Scott, had his worst game "percentage-
wise" in the Friday night contest but
the sophomore still moved into the top

spot for CCHA goaltenders with 2.72
goals against average, surpassing
Wolverine Peter Mason, who gave up
six goals Friday night against Bowling
Green.

Selman. "All I wanted to do in the first
year was to create an atmosphere
among the players that would even-
tually lead to a winning program, then
concentrate on recruiting. But the up-
perclassmen have responded very well
to what we are trying to teach them and
that has been the reason for our suc-
cess."
PAUL COOK scored four goals in the
opened for Ferris State and assisted on
the game winner.
The Lakers will duel it out with the
Fighting Irish this weekend in an at-
tempt to gain sole possession of the
league's sixth spot. "I don't think we
are an underdog going into South
Bend," said Selman. "We just have to
play with the intensity we're known for
to win."
Michigan Tech 7-3,
Notre Dame 1-5
Michigan Tech captured the Gover-
nor's cup in the Winter CarnivalSeries
in Houghton by outscoring the Irish 10-6
in the series. P{uskie goalie Tom Allen
from Ann Arbor was named the MVP in
the tourney as his team claimed a bet-
ter hold on third place in the league.
Ohio State 16-8,
Chicago Circle 2-5
Forward Paul Pooley led the
Buckeyes in their onslaught over non-
league opponent Chicago Circle with 8
points. The last place Ohio State team
had three shorthanded goals the first
night, one each by Larry Marson, Paul
Pooley and Perry Pooley.

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CCHA Standings
)wling Green.....16 5 1
chigan State.....15 7 1
ichigan Tech......13 8 1
rris State.......11 9 2.
ICHIGAN.......9 8 4
Michigan ......... 10 12 0
ke Superior...... 9 11 2
tre Dame ......... 9 11 2
iami ........... 7 12 1
Vestern Michigan.. 7 14 1
'hio State .......... 5 14 1

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10-12 conference mark.
THE 10TH-PLACE Broncos upped
their record to 7-14-1 and only the lowly
Buckeyes trail them in the CCHA.
When Northern Michigan coach Rick
Comley was asked what has led his
team's demise he replied, "If I could
answer you we wouldn't have lost 10
straight."
"We haven't been playing well," he
continued. "And we've made a lot of
mistakes. The real question is how did
we win before Christmas, when we
went 10-4?"
WESTERN'S ROSS Fitzpatrick was
named the CCHA Player-of-the-Week
for his five-point performance against
Comley's crew. The all-time leading
Western scorer had a hat trick in the
second game and set the all-time career

Fitzpatrick
... Player-of-the-week

Ferris State 5-1,
Lake Superior 4-8,
Lake Superior continued its strong
play in splitting a series with Ferris
State this weekend and moving into a,
tie with Northern Michigan and Notre
Dame for sixth place.
"We're elated with our position in the
standings," said Laker coach Bill

This Week's Games
February 5-6
Michigan Tech at MICHIGAN
Miami (F) vs. Ohio State (S)
Ferris State (F) vs. Western
Michigan (5)
Michigan State at Northern
Michigan
Chicago Circle at Bowling Green (non-
league game)
(F) Friday home game;
(S) Saturday home game.
WCHA weekend Scores
Wisconsin 3-0, North Dakota 0-3
Minnesota 4-4, Denver 3-0
Minnesota-Duluth 6-8, Colorado College 3-2
CCHA Scoring Leaders

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WMPL Hockey Poll

Ill-luck
cagers
get food
poisoning

By RON POLLACK
It just hasn't been the Michigan basketball team's year. Its
two tallest players (7-2 Jon Antonides and 6-11 Tim McCor-
mick) have missed the entire season with injuries. M.C. Bur-
ton and Joe James quit the squad. The team has lost 12 out of
14 games. What else could possibly go wrong for the cellar-
dwelling Wolverine cagers?
Try food poisoning. That's right, Michigan encountered
more than just the Illinois basketball team this weekend. By
Michigan assistant coach Bud Van DeWege's estimation,
eight to 10 members of the Wolverines' travelling contingent
fell ill.
THE CAUSE OF the food poisoning is somewhat baffling to
Van DeWege. "I think it was the food we had on the plane
(back to Ann Arbor), although not everyone who got it (food

poisoning) ate the food on the plane ride home," said the fir-
st-year assistant coach. "So it's a bit of a mystery to me."
According to Van DeWege, no one was hospitalized and all
should be recovered soon. "We assume that everyone got it
out of their system Saturday night or Sunday," he said. "We
expect everyone to be at practice today (Monday), although
they may be a little weak."
Finally, Van DeWege noted the problems that Michigan
has had off court this year, when it has been on the road.
"Whether it's been catching the bus or the plane on the road,
something always seems to go wrong," he said, referring to
transportation difficulties during the team's road trips to
Iowa and Minnesota. "We finally get everything to go right
with the bus and the plane, and now our guys get sick. I guess
we're being tested when we go on the road."

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2. Clarkston......
3. North Dakota.....
4. Bowling Green..
5. Minnesota......
6. Michigan State..
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Club Sports Roundup

BILLBOARD
The intramural swim meet for the res-
idence hall, graduate/faculty/staff,
and women's divisions will be held this
evening at 7:15 at Matt Mann Pool. The
swim meet for the fraternity and in-
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BOWLING
After a weekend filled with.tournaments, the Bowling
Club returned victorious and in first place of the out-
state division with wins over Macomb County Com-
munity College, University of Michigan at Flint,
Lawrence Institute of Technology, and Lake Michigan
Community College.
Saturday's contest, hosted by Michigan, proved to be
very successful as the five-man team defeated Lake
Michigan Community College, 7-0, with a total of 3,132
points for the three-game series. Mark Hasig led the
Michigan squad with a total score of 694. The team also
blanked Lawrence Institute of Technology seven games
to none with Mark Blied, Hasig and Chris Wu providing
excellent performances with three-game scores of 691,
652, and 629, respectively.
Sunday's match, held at Thunderbird Lanes and
hosted by Eastern Michigan, included University of
Michigan at Flint, and Macomb Community College.
With Chris Wu and Mark Hasig again leading the way,
Michigan had little trouble defeating Macomb, 7-0. Wu
scored 740 points, Hasig 635, with the team compiling
3,061 points. Flint fared somewhat better than Macomb
in losing to Michigan 5-1.
Next weekend the team plays against Central
Michigan and Oakland University, and according to
team member Jon Reed, "they are two of the weaker
teams in the league; against those two we should really
roll."

FENCING
On guard! Here comes the Fencing Club. This new
club had trouble right from the start. After being moved
from the Coliseum practicing grounds due to a conflict in
space with the Rugby Club, the fencers have made the
switch to the Intramural Building and can be found
practicing twice a week in the wrestling, boxing, or
trophy room. While the members did make'the switch to
the IM Building there was a transportational problem
moving the fencing material, and according to club
'member Dan Albert, "out equipment almost didn't
make it."
SKIING
"Our chances are very good," says ski team member
Jim McCullough when asked about the chances ofvic-
tory at the upcoming National Collegiate Ski Association
(NCSA) meet this weekend at Crystal Mountain. The ski
team is optimistic after enjoying a first-place victory in
the first of a series of three Wednesday night meets. The
skiers' past record also includes a second-place in the
Governors Cup that hosted fifteen teams with Northern
Michigan the victor.
The Club Sports Roundup relates briefly the ac-
tivities of Michigan club sports during the previous
week. This week's information was compiled by
Daily sportswriter Lauri Fainblatt.

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SCORES
College Basketball
Rice 80, Texas 49
Rutgers 57, Illinois-Edwardsville 45
East Tennessee State 92, Furman 90
Tulane 66. Florida State 53 A
Texas Christian 83, Baylor 80

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