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SPORTS
Page 8 Tuesday, February 9, 1982 The Michigan Daily

BILLBOARD
The Michigan Folk Dance Club will
have its first meeting today in the
Michigan Union. For inofrmation, con-
tact Thomas Chavez at 9714194 or
Wendy Holden at 996-9547.

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Buckey
By BARB BARKER
'eryone has had a piece of the Buckeyes, who,
CCHA cellar dm
last place with t
tate's *Larry Marson was "It was avery
CHA player of the week after if we are to hay
seven points last weekend to ayoffs," he sa
3uckeyes to a 9-2, 6-3 series variables, but
er Miami. With Marson's legitimateshot.
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es sweep
were formerly the lone said Notre Dame head coach Lefty
wellers are now tied for Smith. "There was some pressure
he Redskins. going in because we were both tied in
y necessary sweep for us the standings. I'm just very pleased'
e any shot at making the that our players responded to the
aid. "There's so many situation."
I think we do have a Smith cited his team's penalty-killing
" performance as the key to the series
sweep. The Irish were able to hold the
Lakers to two goals in 16 power play
C0H Aopportunities.
Western Michigan 6-3,
: >. Ferris State 4-6
THE BULLDOGS slipped a notch in
t .3 standings to fifth, as they split a series
State 4-3, with Western Michigan last weekend.
Michigan 2-8 Despite the split, Ferris State coach
Rick Duffett said he was pleased with

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"All and all, we made a strong
showing," he said. "(Center) Paul
Cook had an expecially good game."
Cook, a junior from Brampton, On-
tario, lead the Western offense, scoring
four goals and two assists over the
weekend.

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selection, every team in te League nas
been represented this season in CCHA
player of the week honors.
"IT WAS ABOUT time," said Ohio
State coach Jerry Welsh. "He (Mar-
son) has been our nominee for a long
time. He's an excellent player, and a
reward for his efforts was long overdue.
"He played extremely well this
weekend, but he always does. It's just
that he usually excels in thenon-state
areas. He's got to be the most: con-
sistent player in the league."
According to Welsh, the series was "a
key sweep" for his team. The

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. The league-leading Falcons went on a
scoring spree last weekend, downing
non-conference opponent Chicago Cir-
cle, 7-3, 9-2. Sophomore right wing
Petei Wilson led Bowling Green's of-
fensive surge, lighting up the
scoreboard five times in the opening
game.

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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
2nd ANNUAL
SPRING BREAK 'INDAYTONA BEACH

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NORTHERN Michigan managed to
snap an 11-game losing streak, downing
second-place Michigan State, 8-3, in the
series finale in Marquette on Saturday
night. The Wildcats lost the weekend
opener, 4-2, on Friday night.
"It was really an uplifting experience
for the kids," said Northern assistant
coach Bill Murray. "It was really an
emotional release. It's. nice to see
everyone smiling again around here."
The Wildcats scored a team-record
six power play goals in 14 attempts.
Freshman center Charlie Lundeerr led
the Wildcat offensive drive, notching a
power play hat trick in Saturday's
game.
Notre Dame 5-5,
Lake Superior 1-I
THE CURRENTLY sixth place Irish
upped their CCHA standing by one not-
ch as they swept past Lake Superior, 5-
1, 5-1, last weekend in South Bend. The
teams had been tied for seventh place
in the standings before the two-game
set.
"It was a very satisfying series,".

his team's overall performance.
CCHA Standings
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1. Bowling Green 16 5 1
2. Michigan State . 16 8 1
3. MICHIGAN ..... 11 8- 4
4. Michigan Tech .. 13 10 1
5. Ferris State ..... 12 10 2
6. Notre Dame ..... 11 11 2
7. Northern Mich .. 11 13 0
8. Lake-Superior ... 9 13 2
9. Western Mich ... 8 15 1
10. Ohio State........7 14 1
Miami .......... 7 14 1
This Week's Games
February 12-13
Lake Superior at Michigan Tech
Miami at MICHIGAN
Notre Dame at Ferris State
Ohio State at Bowling Green
Western Michigan (F) vs.
Michigan State (F) vs.
Western Michigan (S)
(F) Friday home game
(S) Saturday home game

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1. Wisconsin (5) .... 27 5
2. Clarkson(4).....20 2
3.North Dakota (1) 23 10
4. Bowling Green 20 9
5. Minnesota......15 9
6. Michigan St...... 17 9
7. Colgate........13 4
8. Boston College 16 5
9. MICHIGAN.....15 8
1. Michigan Tech .. 17 11

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Scorers
1. B. Hills, Bowling Green.........
2. G. McPhee, Bowling Green ......
3. N. Brown, Michigan State ........,
4. D. Poulin, Notre Dame ......... .
5. M. Hamway, Michigan State ..
R. Fitzpatrick, Western Michigan

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WCHA Scores
Minnesota-Duluth5-3, Minnesota 3-6
North Dakota 6-5, Colorado College 1-2
Denver 4-0, Wisconsin 2-4

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By JIM DWORMAN
There was both good news and bad
news for Spartan followers last Satur-
day night. The good news was that the
MSU track'team did pretty well at the
Michigan State Relays. The bad news
was that Michigan's team did better.
The Wolverines won a total of seven
events and recorded season's bests in
four as they warmed up for today's dual
meet, a rematch with the Spartans.
DEREK HARPER and Vince Bean
got things started for Michigan by cap-
turing first and second, respectively, in
the long jump. Harper, a sophomore,
cleared 23'9" to. beat out Bean, who
travelled 23'4". It was the third con-
secutive meet in which the pair swept
the top two positions.
Another Wolverine who kept a win
streak intact was shot putter Johnnie

Nielson. the Canadian heaved the shot
58'7%", nearly three feet farther than
his previous best toss and over five feet
beyond the mark reached by runner-up
Todd Hoover of MSU.
"He did pretty well. for not having
anyone to throw against," said
Michigan coach Jack Harvey, referring
to the lack of high-caliber competition
in the event. "He's from Seaforth, On-
tario, so he's used to competing by him-
self. But until he throws over 60, he's
not going to be able to compete in terms
of the first two places in the Big Ten."
MICHIGAN'S Dave Lugin bested his
rivals - and all previous competitors in
the Relays - as he set a new meet and
Jenison Fieldhouse record in the high
jump with a leap of 7'1/4". The jump
was the season's best for Lugin, but
more importantly, it was less than an

inch below the NCAA qualifying stan-
dard of 7'21/2", a height which the
sophomore attempted but could not
reach.
The third and final Wolverine
season's best of the meet was recorded
by Andrew Bruce, who won the 60-yard
dash in 6.26. The senior sprinter
narrowly missed the national
qualifying standard of 6.24, a time he
will likely beat in the weeks to come.
Gerard Donakowski was the final
Michigan individual victor. The senior
distance runner broke the tape in 4:09.7
to edge Scott Millis of Eastern
Michigan in the mile run.
DONAKOWSKI'S time, however, was
not the best mile recorded at the meet.
He was upstaged by Wolverine team-
mate Brian Diemer's split of 4:02 in the
mile leg of the distance medley. Along
with Robert Boynton, Dan Beck and
Craig Camp, Diemer captured first
place in that event with a time of
9:46.50, also a season's best.
The other victorious'Michigan relay
team was the shuttle hurdle in which
Chris Fitzpatrick, Doug Sheldon, Mike
Sudarkasa and Shelby Johnson finished
in 29.22.
Unfortunately for the Wolverines,
Johnson developed a sore leg and could
only manage a fourth-place finish in the
high hurdles. The soreness also forced

Michigan to scratch its mile relay team
entry. Johnson normally runs the third
leg of that event.
"SHELBY JUST wasn't ready to
hurdle that many races," said Harvey.
Rounding out the individual
Wolverine finalists Mike Murphy and
Tony Krpan, Who finished second and
third, respectively, in the triple jump;
George Yoanides, who placed second in
the 600-yard run; fourth-place shot put-
ter Phil Wells; and the pole vaulting
trio of Dave Woolley, Mike Finn and
Chip Chevillet, which captured second,
fourth and sixth place..
Saturday's meet gave Harvey a good
idea of what to.expect from the Spar-
tans tonight: trouble. "I think it will be
a fairly close meet," said Harvey:
"MSU is going to be tough in- the 300-
and 600- yard runs, plus whatever
Michael White runs in. He'll probably
double in the mile and the half.
"I think Michigan State is probably
going to be the surprise team in theBig
Ten. They had a good recruiting year,
and the guys that are good for them are
back."
Tonight's meet will mark the first
track appearance of the year for Butch
Woolfolk. The Michican football star
will run the 60-yard dash. "I know I'm
not ready," said Woolfolk. "I'm going
to get blown out of the blocks."

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