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The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 4, 1983- Page 9


10 New

Hampshire to invade



Giordano optimistic
despite ailing Chianip

Midterms might be over for the
majority of Michigan students, but for
one group of 30 men and their
* s"professor," the tests have just begun.
After a long week of studying and
review sessions, the Michigan hockey
s team, as well as mentor John Giordano,
face their biggest exam of the year this
weekend in the form of the tenth-ranked
Wildcats of the University of New
k Hampshire.
5 "THIS IS an excellent challenge,"
So said Giordano, "to play a good team at
home and see if we can beat them. I
' -want to win - I'm not going in there to
4 lose."
s > The Wildcats will definitely present
gthat challenge. Basically a junior-
B N m fs a rhC Tr H senior team, New Hampshire advanced
Fr to the NCAA tournament two out of the
gsr mw "w beg xe n rd last three years. Last year, it lost to
Minnesota in the regionals, but were
e w Lstill one of the top eight teams left in the
Daily Photo by DEBORAH LEWIS tournament.
Michigan center Ray Dries puts the puck past Miami of Ohio goalie Alain Chevrier. Dries also contributed an assist in It is no wonder that the Wildcats are
Michigan's 6-3 victory over the Redskins last Friday in Yost Arena.
'Yong ymnstsswig itoopener
' oi s sigoBy DAN COVEN classmen, of which seven are fresh- TEAM CAPTAIN Merrick Horn see action from day one. Though
For the first time in 36 years, the man. returns for his senior year after being freshmen take time to develop, Rose
ichigan men's gymnastic team will "It. will be a great experience for me redshirted last season and Darden feels will start on the rings and Orwig can
be without coach Newt Loken. Bob to grow in my coaching position with Horn will be the team's most consistent hold his own on the pommel horse."
Darden will take over the reigns after this team, a rookie head coach with a scorer in all-around competition. Supporting these athletes will be
seven years as an assistant coach. freshman team," said Darden. Joining Horn as the only two remaining several specialists and multi-event

so successful. Charlie Holt, in his 15th
year at the helm of New Hampshire
hockey, has compiled a 306-103-13
record, (including a 22-11-2 1982-83
campaign) - a .652 winning percen-
"HOLT IS one of the most innovative
coaches in college hockey today,"
Giordano said. Giordano and Holt
worked together this summer at the
Lake Placid regional camp and ap-
parently the two shared some tricks of
the trade. "He's going to use our power
play, and we're going to do his penalty,
killing. The forechecking may be the
same," said Michigan's fourth year
Some slight injuries may hamper the
Wolverine's performance, however.
Forward Chris Seychel was "bumped
around a bit" and, Paul Kobylarz's
shoulder is still a question mark after a

preseason shoulder sepaeratioR. But the
biggest concern for tonight is the
goalteading. Junior Mara CMmip; the
dominant goalie so far s yr, hasa
slight hamstring pull.
"If he's ready to play, he'll p' bblV
start out Friday night," said Giordano.
"But I'm not so sure about Saturday.":
SHOULD CHIAMP run into problenS
with the injury, fellow junior Jon Elliot
will step in front of the net. According to
Giordano, Elliot has been playing well
in practice and may very well be the
starter on Saturday night.
The main objective for the two-game
series is, as it has been all season long,
improvement for a young and still un-
proven XVverine team,
"This W4* big series ma respects
for us;"sld Giordano. NThe lham has
improved and we are still in a building
procd. . want ast~~aA to
establtsh atne.mon etxW k
to week."
New Hampshire, characterized by'
Giordano as more of an offensive team,
is led by returning forward Dan Potter,
who scored 49 points last season.{


Since 1947, Loken compiled a 250-70-1
record while establishing Michigan as a
ajar power in Big Ten gymnastics.
der Loken, Darden was a star gym-
nast,;; and graduated with a business
degree in 1976.
"WHAT I would like to do," said Dar-
den, "is continue building on the
program that Newt established, from
top-notch recruiting to academic and
athletic excellence. Sometimes Newt
stops by and gives a few pointers; I
always appreciate an extra set of
critical eyes."
:Now at the helm, Darden faces the
ifficult task of replacing seven "super
seniors" from last year's nine- man
tearq 'contingent. While this year's
teanrlacks experience, youth and depth
will be its strong suit. Eleven of the
team's 15 members are under-

regulars from last year's team are
sophomore all-arounders Gavin
Meyerowitz and Rich Landman as well
as senior Steve Scheinman.
According to Darden, last year's fifth
place finish in the Big Ten was not in-
dicative of the Wolverines' talent. "We
were really riddled by injuries last
year," said Darden. "This year we are
all healthy and Gavin has recovered."
To replace some of the departed
seniors, Michigan landed three prize
recruits from the talent-laden Chicago
area and one from Florida. "We'll have
to tap on their talent right away," Dar-
den said of Illinois state high bar champ
Brock Orwig, Tom Alexander, Mitch
Rose and Bruce Bueno.
"USUALLY freshmen break in on
one or two events" Darden continued
"but with such a young team, they'll

men. Seniors Mike McNelis and Stu
Downing excell on the pommel horse
and floor exercise the latter of which
will be even stronger with specialists
Greg Nelson and Mike Spencer. Ari
Golan and Paul Ingersoll will be sure
point scorers on the rings and Jon Ross,
Rich Saleh and Tom Alexander will
cover several events.
The team opens its season on Friday
against Big Ten co-champion Ohio
State in Columbus.
THOUGH THE upperclassmen
trained most of the summer, Darden
feels that the team is untested.
"The nine - man team contingent
requires that our starters be extremely
versatile," said Darden. "With such a
young team, I'm not going to try and
predict our season's final score."
Minnesota along with last year's co-
champions Illinois and Ohio State, are
expected to fight it out for the 1984 Big
Ten championship, as each team retur-
ns most of its starters from last year.
One can see the excitement in the
eyes of Darden when he speaks of the
future of this talented young team. This
will be a trying season for Darden, but,
as with any young team, the future is
very bright.

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* Wings slap Black Hawks, 7-4

Special to the Daily
DETROIT - The Detroit Red Wings
finally gained the dividend they had ex-
pected from their off-season exchange
with New York as two former Rangers,
brought Detroit within range of the
Norris Division lead by leading the
team to a 7-4 victory over Chicago last
Ron Duguay, the most recognizeable
player in the NHL while on the ice,
scored a hat trick and goalie Ed Mio
played a good game to give the Wings
their sixth consecutive victory and pull
them within two points of the first place
Black Hawks.
"YOU DREAM about games like
this," Duguay said. "Tonight I had
this feeling I was going to score and I
S"We're taking every game with an
aggressive attitude and everyone's
playing with confidence," said Detroit
coach Nick Polano. "Teams have to
realize that we're fired up and we're
going to be tough to beat."
The game also marked the return of
Black Hawk Tom Lysiak, who received
a 20-game suspension last week for
knocking referee Dave Newell to the
BUT LYSIAK received a 10 day
restraining order on the suspension
yesterday and saw a lot of action in the
gare. Ironically, Newell was on hand
to referee the game again last night.
Detroit didn't get its first shot on goal
until almost seven minutes into the
game, but it went in. The Wings got a
two man break at center ice and even-
tually Dunguay put the puck in.
The Black Hawks tied the game,
though, with the help of goalie Mio.
DEFENSEMAN Jack O'Callahan
broke his stick on a shot from the point
and Mio followed the broken wood in-
stead of the black disk and stepped out
of the way just as O'Callahan's shot
went past and into the goal.
Chicago took the lead exactly two
minutes later when Darryl Sutter put in
a rebound. But Detroit evened the score
when rookie Steve Yzerman scored
wit~h 'thp awkeur' i~n Wilcnn in thea

sellout Joe Louis Arena crowd, not used
to such displays by the home team,
went crazy.
The Black Hawks got one score back
as the temporarily un-suspended
Lysiak scored a power play goal. But
Duguay added his second score of the
night to end the period with Detroit up
by three.
"With the crowd like it was tonight,
you get shivers," said Duguay. "And
it's been a long time since I've gotten
Lasorda and LaRussa
win honors
NEW YORK (AP) - Tom Lasorda,
who led the Los Angeles Dodgers to the
National League West title in what was
supposed to be a rebuilding year, was
named yesterday as NL Manager of the
Year by the Baseball Writers
Association of America.
Earlier yesterday, the BBWAA gave
the American League award to Tony
LaRussa, who led the Chicago White
Sox to their first championship in 24
Lasorda, working with a young team
full of new faces, piloted the Dodgers to
their fourth division title since he
became their manager in 1977. LA has
won three league championships under
the leadership of the 56-year-old
manager who signed a new three-year
contract with the Dodgers last week.
Lasorda edged Bob Lillis of Houston

for the award, 10-9 in balloting by the
BBWAA panel.
Panthers ink Girgash
PONTIAC (UPI) - The Michigan
Panthers of the USFL yesterday signed
free agent Paul Girgash-of Michigan to
bring the team's roster to 54 players.
Girgash, a 6-1, 211-pound linebacker,
is Michigan's second all-time leading
tackler. He was signed as a free agent
by Tampa Bay but was among the last
players cut prior to the season opener.
The Panthers said they anticipate
signing 5 to 10 more free agents before
the USFL player draft Jan. 4-5.
Bullets 11, Pistons 88
LANDOVER, Md. (AP) - Rich
Mahorn scored 21 pointsand rookie Jeff
Malone added 20 as the Washington
Bullets won their first National Basket-
ball Association game of the season
yesterday with a 111-88 victory over
The triumph snapped a three-game
losing streak for Washington, which
used a 12-1 scoring spree in the first
quarter to break a 16-16 tie and take a
lead it never lost.
Detroit, 2-2, got 19 points from Kelly
Tripucka, the NBA's second-leading
scorer. Tripucka entered the game with
a 31.7 scoring average. John Long ad-
ded 16 for the Pistons.



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