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10-Tuesday, November 2, 1982-The Michigan Daily
fop-ranked Spartans blast OSU

M BENTLEY
element has remained constant
ason which has been bombarded
hange-overs in coaches, divisions
players: Bowling Green and
gan State are still the teams to,
5 week, another goalie was named
al Collegiate Hockey Association
r-of-the-Week as Jeff Poeschl of
ern Michigan made 71 saves in his
's double drubbing of Notre
. Other standouts around the
e were Dane Kane of Bowling
, who put five shots into
gan's net (including a penalty

shot), and Ferris State's Paul Cook,
who scored two goals, including the
overtime winning shot against Miami.
The Spartans, who are currently bat-
tling Bowling Green for first place,
walked away with a couple of victories
in their weekend stand against Ohio
State by scores of 5-2 and 5-1. Michigan
State's key this year is All-American
goalie Ron Scott. Scott has thus far
allowed only three goals in four CCHA
starts, which includes back-to-back
shutouts over Illinois-Chicago. Scott
boasts an incredible 0.76 goals against
average and made 60 saves in the mat-
chups against the Buckeyes.
Other forces in the Spartan routs of

Ohio State were freshman Dale Krentz
who scored four points, and sophomore
defenseman Dan McFall, who slammed
three goals into the Buckeye net.
Northern Mich. 5-4,
Notre Dame 2-3
Behind the first place tie between
Bowling Green and Michigan State
comes a tie for the next position bet-
ween Miami (Ohio) and Northern
Michigan. Northern Michigan's Wild-
cats went up against the Fighting Irish
of Notre Dame this weekend and swept
the series 5-2 and 4-3.
The Wildcats' victories gave head
coach Rick Comley his first road wins
since December of 1981. The Wildcats
have beaten Notre Dame six straight
times, with five of the games won by the
edge of just one goal. The secret of the
Northern Michigan attack is this
week's Player-of-the-Week, goalie
Poeschl.
Miami 3-4, Ferris State 1-5
Miami met the Bulldogs of Ferris
State and split the weekend series.

Miami dominated the first evening of
play, coming out on top, 3-1. The second
night, though, saw the Bulldogs make a
comeback and take Miami with an
overtime score of 5-4.

to Big Rapids, Mich. The series was
switched because of construction in
Marquette's Lakeview Arena. The Jan.
28-29 series between the two schools will
be played at Northern Michigan.
Illinois-Chicago 3-1,
Lake Superior 2-2
Illinois-Chicago began its series
against Lake Superior State College
with a 3-2 victory, but the Soo Lakers
returned the next night ready to fight
and stole the game by a score of 2-1.
Illinois-Chicago's Joe Patzin scored a
goal in each game of the weekend set
while Lake Superior's Mark Vichorek
racked up two points while playing a
steady series on defense.

Kuhn
Ki
ousted
CHICAGO (UPI) - Major league
owners failed to re-elect Bowie Kuhn
as baseball commissioner yesterday
but decided to ask him to remain on
to complete his term which expires
August.
An eight-member executive coun-
cil immediately met with Kuhn to
decide whether he would fulfill his
term which expires Aug. 12, 1983.
The National League, as expected,
doomed Kuhn's chances to return
for another term,a s the senior cir-
cuit voted 7-5 to retain Kuhn. Only
four votes were needed for Kuhn's
ouster.
NL president Chub Feeney said a
last-minute compromise that would
have added a business exectuive to
report to the commissioner did not
save Kuhn.

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Michigan Tech 4-6,
Western Michigan 1-4
The Huskies of Michigan Tech swept
Western Michigan away with 4-1 and 6-4
victories. The sweep gave Michigan
Tech's new head coach Jim Nahrgang
his first two wins. Bill Terry of
Michigan Tech scored the winning goal
in Friday night's match-up an'd Jim
Bissett's hat trick on Saturday night
also added to the team's success.
In other league matters, the CCHA
will have a slight schedule change as
the Ferris State-Northern Michigan
series set for Nov. 5-6 will be switched

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CCHA Standings
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Michigan State.......... 4 0
Bowling Green .......... 4 0
Miami ................... 2 1
Northern Michigan...... 2 1
Lake Superior ........... 2 2
Ohio State............. 2 2
Michigan Tech .......... 2 2
MICHIGAN ............. 1 3
Ferris State............1 3

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This Week's Games
November 5-6
MICHIGAN vs. Michigan State (home-
home)
Bowling Green at Illinois-Chicago
Northern Michigan at Ferris State
Miami vs. Ohio State (home-home)
Michigan Tech at Lake Superior
Western Michigan vs. Notre Dame
(home-home)
WMPL Hockey Poll
Pts.
1. Michigan State (6)............. 88
2. Minnesota (2)..................82
3. Minn.-Duluth (2) ................72
4. Bowling Green ..................61
5. Providence ...................48
6. Wisconsin .......................43
7. North Dakota ................. 34
8. New Hampshire .................25
9. Clarkson . ........ ...........20
10. Denver......................16
CCHA Leading Scorers
GP GIs Assts Pts
1. B. Hills, Bowling Green ....... 4 7 6 13
2. Chris Seychel, MICHIGAN. 4 7 4 1
3. Dan Kane, Bowling Green.... 4 5 4 9
Ted Speers. MICHIGAN ...4 2 7 9

By LARRY MISHKIN
Coming off a third-place finish last season in the Big Ten and loaded with
new recruits and returning starters, the Michigan women's tennis team
started the new campaign with a weekend tournament in East Lansing. And
the netters' play gave coach Ollie Owens and the Wolverines reason for op-
timism.
"We showed a lot of depth," said Juliet Naft. "As a whole, we performed
well considering it was our first match of the season."
Although the Michigan State Invitational was individual competition, and
Michigan was playing without number one singles player Marian Kremer,
the tournament was a good exhibition of the Wolverines' young talent.
Freshman Stephanie Lightvoet upset Monty Gettys of Michigan State en '
route to a fourth-place finish in the top fleet. Northwestern's Maeve Quinlan,
Randi Rosen, and Courtney Lord swept the top three places.
Another recruit, Ann Mazure, finished third in the "B" fleet, while Naft
captured that fleet's consolation bracket.
In the doubles competition, Lightvoet teamed up with co-captain Jill Her-
tzman to capture the consolation draw, while the tandem of Jane Silfen and
Mary Mactaggert finished third, downing the Spartans' Jill Grinberg and
Gettys.
Once again, the Wildcats dominated the doubles competition, grabbing
first and second place with Quinlan and Lord taking top honors. North-
western virtually swept the tournament, which included teams from
Michigan, Michigan State and Wisconsin.

GRI DDE
Until today, no man in the 800-year
history of the Griddes competition has
ever won three times in one year. Yes
indeed, Jim Sadler, the God of Griddes,
has just won his fourth competition.
Bring in those picks to the
Daily by midnight Friday if you want a
shot at the Pizza Bob's pizza. Remem-
ber name, address, and phone nunmber.
1. MICHIGAN at Illinois (pick score)
2. Minnesota at Ohio State
3. Iowa at Purdue
4. Northwestern at MSU
5. Indiana at Wisconsin

PICKS
6. Notre Dame at Pittsburgh
7. Arizona at Stanford
8. UCLA at Washington
9. Alabama at LSU
10. North Carolina at Clemson
11. Miami (Fla.) at Maryland
12. Houston at Texas
13. Tennessee at Mississippi
14. Georgia at Florida
15. Kent State at Eastern Michigan
16. Moorhead State at Illinois State
17. Morehead State at Liberty Baptist
18. Pine Bluff at Prairie View
19. Millersville State at Slippery Rock
20. DAILY LIBELS at Wilted Illini Rose

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