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The Michigan Daily-Friday, January 15, 1982-Page 9

icers seek

revenge

By KENT WALLEY
This series has the makings of a great
race - speed, reason to win and an
element of revenge.
The starters gun will sound at 7:30
p.m. in the form of Yost Ice Arena an-
nouncer, Glen Williams. But it won't be
a race on a track, but a race on ice:
Michigan v's. Notre Dame.
Speed
"WHOEVER WINS the race to the
puck is going to win the game," said
Michigan head coach John Giordano.
Notre Dame may have one of the
r quickest offenses in the league. Head
Coach Charles "Lefty"Smith indicated
that he recognized his teanus speed
especially on offense, saying that his
team has "good quickness up front."
Notre Dame's offense is loaded with

experience as well as speed. Team
scoring is lead by seniors Dave Poulin
(13 goals 17 assists - 30 points) and Bill
Rothstein (15-15-30).
ALSO HELPING to anchor the Irish
offense are wingers Kirt Bjork (12-
11-23) and Jeff Perry (15-14-29).
They, along with Poulin at center for-
med Notre Dame's highest scoring line
last weekend.
The Fighting Irish are not all offense.
Goalie Dave Laurion won the Most
Valuable Player award at the Great
Lakes Invitational Tournament, and
has a 3.85 goals-against average.
In the Great Lakes Tournament,,
Michigan's usually stalwart defense

RevengeN
Giordano blamed the loss o
intensity adding that his teal
playing together."
Smith indicated that Notre
more ice time to prepar
meeting, and that things coi
ferent this week when Mic
more time to prepare.
BOTH COACHES recogniz
Wolverines will be out for
Smith added that Michiga
"psychological advantage."
Reason
Michigan (9-4-3) after la
series against Ferris, is alot
place in the Central Collegia
Association (CCHA). Notre]
1) presently in seventh, is st
for a playoff spot or even1

against
championship.
n a lack of "As of today everybody is shootin
m "wasn't for the league championship. Anybod
in the league could get it, if they get on;
Dame had hot streak," Smith said. He cite
e for the Bowling Green, which started in th
uld be dif- cellar of the CCHA and is now in firs
higan has place.
SMITH ALSO said he hopes the Grea
ze that the Lakes Tournament championship wil
revenge. give his team momentum as the 198
n has the half of the season starts. He indicate
that this series is important to the Irisl
to try and keep the momentum going.
ist week's Notches in the 'W' column fo
ne in third Michigan would press Bowling Greet
te Hockey (11-4-1) and Michigan State (2nd in th
Dame (6-9- CCHA at 12-5-1), and at the same tim
ill hopeful keep them above Northern Michiga
the league (10-6) and Ferris State (9-5-2) in th
standings.
Emphasizing the importance of thi
Frederick, series and the home ice advantage fo
stances for Michigan, coach Giordano said, "W
Ten indoor really need a big student crowd.
year on her Student support is a big factor." H
cited the Northern Michigan gam
L-America where only 2,010 showed up and th
team. She Wolverines lost.
e one-mile MICHIGAN WILL go at Notre Dam
ot of points Friday without the talents of left wing
Paul Brandrup who is still unde
her teams suspension for one game because of
tance run- fighting penalty against Ferris Stat

Irish
last weekend. He will return to action
g Saturday.
y Returning to action this weekend will
a be defenseman Mike Neff, and center
d Craig Noren, who didn't dress last
e week.
st After the series Michigan won't be
done for the week. It will be playing an
t unusual Monday game against
11 Michigan State. In their last two
2 meetings the Wolverines split with the
d Spartans winning the first 4-3, losing
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Speers
... leads icer offense

allowed the Irish
Wolverine loss.

six goals in a 6-2

Women
tracksters
to open
season
'at MSU

By JIM DWORMAN
It will be the rookie leading the veterans this season when
the Michigan women's track team opens its indoor season at
the Michigan State Relays tomorrow in East Lansing.
Francie Kraker Goodridge begins her first season as the
head coach of a track squad which she feels could be quite
successful. "I certainly expect to be very competitive in the
Big Ten," said Goodridge. "We have some junior and senior
athletes who have been with us nearly since the beginning of
the (track) program."
AMONG THOSE upperclassmen on whom Goodridge is
counting are seniors Penny Neer, Deb Williams, Cathy Shar-
pe and Renee Turner. Neer, an outdoor All-American in the
discus, will be shot putting for the Wolverines, as will
Williams, who normally throws the javelin.
"They're both out of their element," admits Goodridge.
"Neer, though, is coming on very well."
Turner and Sharpe are both sprinters. Combined with
juniors Brenda Kazinec and Lorrie Thornton they give
Michigan a strong 880-yard relay team, one which assistant
coach James Henry believes will qualify for the March 12,
Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women's (AIAW)
national championship meet.
"I THINK IT (the 880 relay team) will qualify," said
Henry. "Overall, there is a large group of possible
qualifiers." Henry specifically mentioned Kazinec and Shar-
pe in the sprints, as well as Thornton in the long jump.
The dStance events should be another strong point for the
thinclads. As Goodridge puts it, "I feel really confident about

everything from 800 (yards) up."
Goodridge's confidence stems from the fact SueF
Lisa Larsen and Melanie Weaver run the longer dis
the Wolverines. Frederick, a junior, set a Big T
record in the 800 meters with a time of 2:08.95 last y
way to winning the conference title.
Larsen is a sophomore who recently earned A
honors as a member of the Michigan cross country
holds the Wolverine women's indoor record for th
run, and Goodridge is expecting Larsen to win a lo
for her team.
"SHE'S (LARSEN) going to surprise a lot of ot
this season," said Goodridge, herself a former dis
ner. "People don't know who she is because s
recruited for track, but she's going to help us a lot.'
Weaver, a junior, holds the Michigan wome
records in both the two and three-mile runs.
Freshmen Judy Yuhn, Teraisa Logan and Dawn
are expected to contribute.
While both coaches are optimistic over the team
in the Big Ten, they are wary of their competiti
picks Wisconsin and Michigan State as the teams
the conference. And it is Michigan State which
Michigan its first test tomorrow.
"They (the Spartans) seem to always be neck
with us, especially in the 4 by 200 relay," Hen
"That's the first running event and whoever
usually wins the meet. It might not be that way this
experience will make a big difference."

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Willic
Irish
By JAMES TH
To many of the Iri
ming isn't very popul
"frish" Williamson it
his-life since he was s
a senior from Dublin,
joyed swimming ever
Larry, started him a
him up until the preset
Williamson first
Michigan through s%
from Scotland. And
Moire O'Brien was doh

rmson lends
f~'I,

talent to 'M'
OMPSON "I didn't know much about him
sh people, swim- (Stager) before I came but I found out
lar but for Kevin about him when I got here," said
's been a part of Williamson. "What makes him a great
ix. Williamson is coach is that he treats his swimmers as
Ireland, has en- individuals, and he's very human with
since his father, workouts."
and has coached WILLIAMSON, who swims the long
nt. rddistance events, has made the sport of
heard about swimming what it is in Ireland. In
ither friend, Dr Ireland, swimming is rare, but by
ng a series of lec- making it's Olympic team in '76 and
then again in '80, Williamson has
showed how much he cares about the
sport." I like to swim and will always
do it, but I don't really enjoy the
pressure that is sometimes
present...it's too much for me. I always
try my best though," explained
Williamson.
With the first Big Ten meet of the
season tonight at Wisconsin, it's a
strange situation for him. His very first
meet with Michigan was at Wisconsin
and until now he has not been in the
same situation. "Although it will be
pretty strange, I think I'll swim well. I
don't want to think about winning or.
losing, but we're all looking forward to
the meet," said Williamson.
The meet will also be the first Big Ten
amson meet for Stager since coming out of
tance runner retirement to coach on an interim basis
U.S., she spoke for one year.
Gus Stager and
n's desire to attend FERNANDO Canales, nationally
which things were ranked Michigan freestyler has
positive feelings about his first Big Ten
year, '78-'79 he meet since 1980 due to the fact that he
00 yard individual was red-shirted last year. "I'm really
ens. He sat out the excited about the meet and I think we'll
o return for the '81 be able to win with the way we're
his best ever by swimming now," said Canales. "And I
sitting out the one enjoy swimming against Wisconsin
ked with the men- because they're a good group of
, and after he people."
s on going into

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... top dist
tures here in the
with Michigan coach
expressed Williamson
'the University after
set.
IN HIS SECOND
placed eighth in the 4
medley at the Big Te
following year, only t
season and swim h
finishing sixth. While
year, Williamson wort
tally handicapped
graduates, he plan
eaching.

AP Photo

Mistaken identity
Chicago Bulls guard Rickey Sobers mistakes New Jersey Nets guard Ray
Williams' head for the basketball in yesterday's game at New Jersey. The
ball rolled out of bounds.
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