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Michigan hockey vs. Western
Michigan will be broadcast on
WJJX (650 AM) at 6:20 p.m.


Page 12 ' Friday, October 14, 1983

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get look
in Classic

With the Central Collegiate Hockey Association
(CCHA) season quickly approaching, it's time to get
down to the nitty-gritty for the Michigan hockey
The Wolverines and three other CCHA teams meet
tonight and tomorrow in the Battle Creek Collegiate
Classic at the Kellogg Center Arena.
THE WOLVERINES face Western Michigan
tonight, in the opening contest of the tournament at
6:30 p.m. The other first round game will match
Ferris State against Lake Superior State. The con-
solation and championship games will be played
tomorrow night.
Michigan enters the Classic with a 1-0 mark on the

season, thanks to a 4-3 victory over Michigan-
Dearborn last Saturday.
Wolverine coach John Giordano was pleased with
the offensive effort his team exhibited in the game.
"We had possession in their zone most of the game,"
said the third-year coach.
BUT MISSING from the effort were goals. Gior-
dano cited that in 74 Michigan attempts on the net and
37 actual shots on goal, only four goals were
registered. "With that many chances, you've got to
score goals."
By comparison, Michigan-Dearborn tallied three
goals on 41 attempts and 21 shots.
The Wolverines had built a 4-0 advantage after two
periods, including one goal each by freshmen John

Bjorkman an
and Jim McC
three third-pe
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KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) - Willie W
American League batting champion, and
Aikens of the Kansas City Royals each plea
day to a federal misdemeanor charge of &
Both players were released on $5,000 per
ce bonds and sentencing was set for Nov. 17
The charges carry maximum penaltie
prison and a $5,000 fine. However, Assist
Amanda Meers said she would not rule out t
both would be placed on immediate probati
Dupree: Sooner or later?
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - Marcus DupreeN
University of Oklahoma football teama
Norman by Sunday, one of his teammatess
But Oklahoma Coach Barry Switzer, w
make a decision on whether to allow Dupre

(2 Blocks off of S. State) Bodywear

In Action
Men's Cross Countrv
Saturday at 4:00 p.m. at East Lan-
sing against Michigan State. No
team under Ron Warhurst has ever
lost to State in a dual meet.
Michigan along with Wisconsin are
the favorites to take the Big Ten
title, as well as a possible NCAA
title. This is the team's first dual
meet of the season.
Women's Volle i-ball
Saturday and Sunday at the Texas
Classic in Austin, Texas. Michigan
joins Tennessee, Arizona State and
Texas in this two-day tournament.
Coach Sandy Vong's team is coming
off a win against Eastern Michigan
and holds a 13-7 record going into the


Season tickets for Michigan
basketball go on sale
October 17.
The Michigan Daily
d Bruce MacNab and seniors Ray Pries
auley. But the Wolves came back with
xiod goals to make it close.
them back in the game," said Gior-
win did give the Wolverines, who have
cticing as a unit only two weeks, some
Creek Tourney will give Michigan a
e-up against CCHA competition without
if the conference race.
ticipating schools finished in the bottom
gue standings, so Giordano should have
just how well his team matches up.
IGAN icers (11-21 in conference play
ied with Western Michigan (10-20-2) for Giordano
ix points out of the playoffs. ... final tune-up
als plead guilty
ilson, last year's on what the team thinks," told reporters he doubted Dupree's
teammate Willie sincerity.
ded guilty yester- "Why isn't he back here now if he really wants to come
ttempted cocaine back," Switer said. "Why hasn't he committed himself? It's
obvious to me he didn't want to, so we're going to go on and
sonal recognizan- play without him."
o Richardson denies drug rap
's of one year in EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - Michael Ray Richar-
ant U.S. Attorney dson was released by the New Jersey Nets because of
he possibility that ongoing drug problems, but the three-time National Basket-
on. ball Association All Star guard claims he suffers from
emotional stress and denies a relapse into cocaine dependen-
cy, according to a published report.
wants to rejoin the "My problems now aren't drugs," he said in an interview.
and will return to yesterday in The Record of Hackensack. "It's deeper than..
said yesterday. that - emotional things, pressures, all the pressures. So I
who said he would want to go to a program that looks at me mentally more than.
ee to return "based just for drugs."
Tomorrow begins the start of another though, is to win one by default, so get
Michigan basketball season as the team your picks in by midnight tonight either
opens its practices at Crisler Arena. To to the Daily on 420 Maynard St. or the
say the least, big things are expected of two Pizza Bob's stores.
the team after two losing seasons in the 1. Northwestern at MICHIGAN
Big Ten. But that's not the biggest (pickwscore)
worry on coach Bill Frieder's mind as 2. Ohio State at Illinois
he begins his fourth year at the helm. 3. Michigan State at Indiana
Something Frieder has not lived down 4. Purdue at Iowad
since coming here is his inability to win 4iscrdsin Iowa
Griddes. His predecessor John Orr won 5. Wisconsin at Minnesota
so many Griddes that he was kicked out A.iTonasSeatS tea l
of town. Bo Schembechler has won so 7.Ariaatad erbiC
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But poor Frieder hasn't even won 11. Nebraska at Missouri
one. "Winning at least one Griddes this 12. Oklahoma at Oklahoma State
season is infinitely more important to 13. Stanford at Washington
me right now than a Big Ten Cham- 14. Texas at Arkansas
pionship," remorsed Frieder. "After C. aat r sa
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The last thing Frieder would want, 1. Colgate at Rutgers
17. Dartmouth at Harvard
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19. Austin Peay at Youngstown State
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