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Page 10-Tuesday, November 16, 1982-The Michigar
CCHA st

By TAM BENTLEY
The pucks were flying in the Central
Collegiate Hockey Association this past
weekend as the top two teams were
toppled, bringing about a change in the
league standings with Bowling Green
taking sole possession of first place.
But things are crowded in second
place. The scramble is on as Michigan
State, Michigan Tech and Northern
Michigan are all only one point away
from joining Bowling Green in first.
Northern Michigan 2-3,
Michigan State 1-1
The winning streak of Michigan State
was brought to a screeching halt by
Northern Michigan as the Wildcats
clawed past the Spartans 2-1, 3-1 in
back-to-back victories. The losses
brought an end to the Spartans' winning
skein at eight games which tied the
previous Michigan State record for
consecutive victories.
Northern Michigan's sophomore cen-

ter Charlie Lund
CCHA player-of-i
scored the winning
a 1-1 tie and then s
for theWildcats S
second period ass
to put a third perio
the net, clinching t
"We couldn't sc
to it," said Michig
Ron Mason of his
played well enoug
fortunately we w
puck into the net.'

andings
een was named the The Buckeye icer's sticks
the-week. Lundeen Saturday night as Ohio State c
g goal Friday to crack strong and swept the second g
et up the winning goal the series away from Bowling G
aturday night with a the score of 5-3.
ist. He then went on "We played a very fine
od insurance goal into team," said Bowling Green hea
the Northern win. Jerry York. "People were ex
ore, that was the key a horse race with Bowling Gr
gan State head coach Michigan State out front becaus
team's losses. "We fast starts. But many other tea
;h defensively, but un- have a very good chance. The 14
ere unable to put the very good this year and a lot betl
most people think.'

rattled
blazed Michigan's slick playing sent the
ame on Miami icers out of the rink in defeat as
game of the Redskins were overcome, 6-3. The
reen by Broncos thought they had swept the
weekend series as Rob Reid scored at
hockey 1:38 of overtime but a measurement of
d coach Reid's stick showed that it was illegal
Kpecting and the goal was voided. Miami took
een and advantage of the break and John Ciotti
e of our slammed in the game-winning goal at
ms also 4:48 and came away with a 4-3 victory.

Bowling Green 3-3,
Ohio State 3-5
The weekend started off grim for
Bowling Green as it began the series
against in-state rival Ohio State with a
3-3 tie. Perry Pooley of the Buckeyes
scored a goal at 5:14 of the third period to
give Ohio State the tie, while leading
CCHA scorer Brian Hills of Bowling
Green amassed two goals and two
assists to up his league leading totals to
10 goals and 12 assists.

Waters ousted

From staff and wire reports
For the past three seasons, Michi-
gan head coach Bo Schembechler
and his team have done battle with
Muddy Waters and his Michigan
State Spartans. But there will be
no more Bo and Muddy inter-state
matchups, with Waters having been
fired Sunday.
With that in mind, Schembechler
spoke of Waters yesterday. "I'm
sorry to hear about it," said
the Wolverine coach. "I like Muddy
a lot and I respect him. Unfor-
tunately, in this profession, you're
totally evaluated in terms of wins
and losses.
Schembechler then proceeded to
explain that Waters is not the only
person who will feel the stinging ef-
fects of his firing.
"The sad part is, when you fire a
coach, so many other lives will be
disrupted. Other guys on staff are
now in jeopardy."
Waters also spoke of his firing
yesterday, saying he won't hang
around Michigan State without
'something meaningful' to do for
the two years left on his contract.

"I would be a drag on Michigan
State and Michigan State doesn't
need any more drags," the genial 59-
year-old coach said.
Waters appeared at a news con-
ference after MSU Athletic Director
Doug Weaver, who fired him Sunday,
effective following the 2-8 Spar-
tans' final game this week against
Iowa.
"There really is no good time for
something like this," Weaver said.
Weaver said the team's 10-22
showingesince he hired Waters three,
years ago was the main reason for
the firing.
He saidghe asked Waters to quit af-
ter an Oct. 23 loss to Purdue at Spar-
tan Stadium but the coach refused.
The Spartans won at Indiana the
next week then lost at home to Nor-
thwestern before beating Minnesota
last Saturday night.
Waters, a former MSU fullback
and successful small college coach
whose lifetime dream was to lead
the Spartans, said "quitting is
abhorrent to me. It's not the Spartan
way . . . It was just repulsive to
think of quitting."

14

Lake Superior 1-6,
Ferris State 4-3

The Soo Lakers split their weekend
series with Ferris State. The Bulldogs
dominated Friday night's game, and
the Soo Lakers went down 4-1. The
Lake Superior icer squad didn't give up
though and rallied together Saturday
night to overtake Ferris State, 6-3.
Steve Mulholland of Lake Superior
scored two goals in the series.
Notre Dame 2-5,
Illinois-Chicago 11-4
Illinois-Chicago breezed past Notre
Dame in the first night of the series and
blew the Irish icer squad out of the rink
by the score of 11-2. Illinois-Chicago
sophomore center Colin Chin's hat trick
was a contributing force behind the 11-
goal barrage.
Notre Dame managed to come off the
Friday night blow-out to defeat Illinois-
Chicago, 5-4 on Saturday night. Chin
added some excitement to the Saturday
night game also but this time with an
"un-hat trick." Chin had three goals
disallowed in the second game for 1)
being in the crease, 2) using a high stick
and 3) scoring as a penalty was being
called against Illinois-Chicago.
Western Michigan 6-3,
Miami 3-4
The league was full of series splits
this week as two more teams each
claimed one game apiece in their
weekend matchups. Western

Mason

Tumblers finish second

... laments offensive output
CCHA Standings
WI

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1. Bowling Green (6-2-2)......6 1 1
2. Michigan State (8-2).......6 2 0
Michigan Tech (6-4).......6 2 0
Northern Michigan (5-2-2) 5 1 2
5. Miami (6-3-1)...........4 3 1
Ohio State (5-3-2 )......... 4 3 1
7. Lake Superior (5-5)........3 5 0
Western Michigan (4-6) ... 3 5 0
Notre Dame (3-5)........3 5 0
10. Ferris State (3-6-1) ....... 2 5 1
11. Illinois-Chicago (2-9) ..... 2 6 0
12. Michigan (3-7) ............ 1 7 0
WMPL Hockey Poll
Pts.
1. Minnesota (3) ...............89
2. Minnesota-Duluth (5) ........... 77
3. Bowling Green (1) ...............76
4. Wisconsin...................63
5. Michigan State ...............62
6. Providence (1) .................53
7. Clarkson ......................39
8. Michigan Tech................31
9. Northern Michigan ..............30
10. New Hampshire .................10

By KARL WHEATLEY
The Wolverine gymnasts took second
place this past weekend at the Bronco
All-Around Classic in Kalamazoo.
Michigan ended up with 160.35 points,
just behind the 163.3 points of the win-
ning Southern Illinois squad.
Top performer for the Wolverines
was team captain Milan Stanovich,
whose 54.55 points were not quite
enough to catch Southern Illinois' Brian
Babcock, who finished at 55.00.
Stanovich was helped out by nailing his
first-ever "Stanovich" in competition.
"The 'Stanovich' is a really com-
plicated new move on the high-bar,"
explained Michigan head coach Newt
BILLBOARD
The women's basketball team is
looking for volunteers to fill a number
of positions. Anyone interested in being
a scorekeeper, timekeeper, or
statistician should contact head coach
Gloria Soluk before Friday at the
Women's Athletic Department. The
number to call is763-2159.

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SPORTS TA lP

FOOTBALL
AT Ohio State, Nov. 20, 12';30 p.m.
HOCKEY
OHIO STATE, Nov. 19-20, 7:30 p.m.
BOXING
Fight Night at Crisler highlighted by
Mickey Goodwin-Rockey Stevens bout
Nov. 17, 7:30 p.m.
CROSS COUNTRY
MENS and WOMENS
National championships at
Indiana U., Nov. 20
WOMENS SWIMMING
PITTSBURGH, Nov. 19, 7:30 p.m.
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
Arbor
Huron, Nov. 17, 7:00

BLUE and GOLD EXHIBITION at Ann
Arbor
Huron, Nov. 17, 7:00
AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL TEAM
(exhibition)
Nov. 19,7:30 p.m.
VOLLEYBALL
at Ohio State, Nov. 16, 7:00
Big Ten Championships at Purdue,
Nov. 19-21
MEN'S GYMNASTICS
Windy City Tournament at Chicago,
Nov. 19-20
WRESTLING
Ohio Invitational at Dayton, Nov. 20-21

Loken. "He (Stanovich) is the only one
I've ever seen do it."
Freshman Rich Landman finished
sixth in the overall competition for
the Blue tumblers with a 52.95.
The Wolverines are now gearing up4
for this weekend's 12-team Windy City
competition in Chicago. "With the
competition we'll face there, it'll be like
a mini-NCAA's," said Loken.
GRIDDE PICKS
Yes, the Daily Libels thoroughl
-humiliated the News staff Nitwits, 18-6
YesLisa Conn came out of a four-game
tiebreaker to win the Pizza Bob's pizza
with a 19-1 record. It is important to
note that his weeksGriddes include the
rivalry between the Libels and the OSU
Lantern team, as well as the female
version of the rivalry. These rivalries
go back to the dawn of time, and the
Libels do not always win. Last year,
the Libelles won 6-0, while the Libel,
lost 6-0. Picks for all the games must bi
turned in by midnight Friday. The
winner of the 40-game competition gets
the pizza.
1. MICHIGAN at Ohio State (pick score).
2. UCLA at USC
3. Yale at Harvard
4. Indiana at Purdue
5. Iowa at Michigan State
6. Washington at Washington State
7. Florida State at LSU
8. Texas at Baylor
9. Notre Dame at Air Force
10. Kansas at Missouri
11. Pennsylvania at Cornell
12. Holy Cross at Boston College
13. Iowa State at Oklahoma
14. North Carolina at Drake
15. Brigham Young at Utah
16. Western Michigan at Eastern Michigan
17. Sam Houston at Stephen F. Austin
18. Arkansas at SMU
19. DAILY LIBELS at OSU Lantern
20. DAILY LIBELLES at OSU Lanternettl
NEXT WEEK'S GAMES
1. Pittsburgh at Penn State
2. Notre Dame at USC
3. Oklahoma at Nebraska
4. Alabama at Auburn
5. Clemson vs. Wake Forest at Tokyo
6. Rice at Houston
7. Arizona State at Arizona
8. Bowling Green at North Carolina
9. Fullerton at UNLV
10. Utah State at Long Beach State
11. Tulane at LSU
12. Cincinnati at Miami (Fla.)
13. Oklahoma State at San Diego State
14. Texas A&M at Texas
15. Tennessee at Vanderbilt
16. Virginia at Virginia Tech
17. Georgia Tech at Georgia
18. Hawaii at Air Force
19. Connecticut at Delaware
20. DAILY LIBELS at Mr. Turkey

THE COMMITTEE ON
PUBLIC POLICY STUDIES
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
TWO YEAR MASTER'S PROGRAM
IN POLICY ANALYSIS
Steven Loevy, Administrative Director, will be on campus
to discuss the program and career opportunities
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Student Activities Building,
Room 3200
Please call for an appointment. 764-7460
Interested students with any major are welcome
to attend these meetings.
Study policy issues such as: Urban Fiscal Stress, Health Care, Housing, Inter-
national Trade, Economic Development, Taxation, Regulation, Federalism,
Welfare, Energy, Arms Control, Immigration, etc.

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