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Kickoff time for the Wolverines
R football game against Iowa on
Saturday is 12:25 p.m.
The Michigan Daily

-SPORTS
Friday, October 21, 1983

Today is the last day to buy U of M
basketball tickets. Tickets are available
for $45.00 at the Michigan ticket office,
at the corner of Hoover and South State.
Page 10

'M' OPENS CCHA SEASON
'ough Buckeyes await Blue Icers

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By KATIE BLACKWELL
tyqu can bet there are a lot of places
e IMichigan hockey team would rather
open its 1983 Central Collegiate Hockey
,pociation season. But yesterday af-x
Wrnoon, fourth-year coach John Gior-
erpno gathered his team and left for the
land of the Buckeyes - and a tough
weekend on the ice.
,.:Qhio State is not a good place to

open (the CCHA season)" Glorgano
said. "You walk into Ohio State and you
had better be ready to play."
HOPEFULLY, the young Wolverine
x squad can look past last weekend's
disappointing tournament play in Bat-
tle Creek. Michigan, now 1-2, could
manage only fourth, victims of heart-
breaking overtime losses to both
Western Michigan and Lake Superior

State.
Meanwhile, the Buckeyes were at full
steam, improving their league-leading
record to 3-0. Wilfred Laurier was the
first victim of the Buckeye onslaught,
falling 6-2 last Friday. The University
of Windsor posed no problem Saturday
as Ohio State handled them 10-1.
. "All units, and especially our power-
play unit, worked the puck extremely

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well," said OSU head-coach Jerry
Welsh. "I think we were certainly ap-
pearing to be in mid-season form with
our puck control."
THE WOLVERINE defense will be
tested by Ohio State's first line, the top
scoring line in the nation last year.
Seniors, Paul Pooley at center, with
Dave Kobryn and Andy Browne on the
wings, combined for 96 goals and over
200 points during the 1982-83 season.
They ranked second, third and fourth,
respectively in the CCHA overall
scoring.
"I'm sure they're (Michigan) ready
to go," said Welsh. "But from the per-
sonnel standpoint, I think they're going
to be struggling. Defensively, they've
got some good people and some
newcomers. Their goaltenders (Mark
Chiamp 1-1, 4.42 goals against average
Jon Elliot 0-1, 5.28) are real capable.
But I think if we go out and have the
game we are capable of playing at this
time we will be able to dominate
teams."
So far this season, Michigan senior
right wing, Jim McCauley leads the
Wolverine attack with three goals.
Junior Doug May, sophomore Frank
Downing and freshman John Bjorkman
all have four points to share the total
point lead with McCauley.

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Doily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
Michigan forward Chris Seychel races down the ice while U of M Dearborn
defenseman Dean Davis follows in hot pursuit during their contest two
weeks ago.
Dupree enters USM;

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hints eligibility
HATIESBURG, Miss. (AP) - Run- DAVE BERS
ning back Marcus Dupree enrolled Wed- cement for the;
nesday at the University of Southern classes meetr
Mississippi, then hinted he may try to buck become eligible
NCAA rules that prohibit him from 1964.
playing college football again until 1985. USM could d
"You never know what might happen remainder of the
here," the 19-year-old said, shortly after he him retaining h:
signed up. "There's always the possibility 1985, and as a sen
of going to court." Dupree could I
NCAA RULES REQUIRE an athlete 1965 season when
who transfers to sit out one calendar year is scheduled to g
before he can compete again. However, Dup
Southern Mississippi football coach Jim of pro ball at this
Carmody declined comment on the playing college fo
situation.
"We are in the midst of preparing for
this week's home game against Tulane PistOnS COC
and I will not do anything to alter our daily
routine. Therefore, I have no comment on DETROIT (A
this at this time," Carmody said. Coach Chuck Da

battle
T, DIRECTOR of enfor-
NCAA, said if Dupree's
requirements, he could
as early as October 20,
ecide to play him for the
e 1984 season, or red shirt
is status as a junior until
nor in 1986.
turn pro any time after the
m his original college class
raduate.
ree said he is not thinking
time. "I want to have fun
ootball."
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aly was hospitalized after

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Basketball Association team said yester-
day.

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Daly was in stable condition in Riverside
General Hospital in Secaucus, N.J., Thur-
sday morning, said Pistons spokesman
Matt Dobeck.
DALY EXPERIENCED "discomfort"
following the Pistons game Wednesday
night with the Nets at Princeton, N.J. and
checked into the hospital for observation
on the advice of the Pistons' trainer,
Dobeck said.
Daly was expected to remain
hospitalized until at least Friday, Dobeck
said.
Daly is not the only NBA head coach
with health problems. New York Knicks
Coach Hubie Brown remains in the
coronary care unit at Lenox Hill Hospital
where he is undergoing tests to determine
the cause of chest pains he suffered on
Wednesday.

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