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Hockey vs. Lake Superior
Tonight and tomorrow ight
WJ (650 AM), 7:20 p.m.
in the dorms

SPORTS

Women's basketball
vs. Western Michigan
Tomorrow after men's game,
Crisler Arena

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By MIKE MCGRAW
:After winning only three road games
io 24 tries, the Michigan hockey team
has now won two of its last three away
fem Yost Arena and will try to
duplicate that success this weekend
when Lake Superior State College visits
Alin Arbor.
1n fact, the next two weekends
poduce series which will be a good in-.
dfction ofihow high the Wolverines will
finish in the Central Collegiate Hockey

Friday, December 2, 1983

The Michigan Daily

ersfacI
Association race this season. Lake
Superior and next week's opponent,
Ferris State, are both currently tied
with Michigan for six place in the con-
ference with 4-6 records.
THE WOLVERINES have already
played Superior this season, back in the
consolation game of the Battle Creek
Collegiate Classic in October. But if
that game is an indicator of how the
coming two will result, it won't be a
happy weekend for the Blue supporters.
Because in the game at the Kellogg

crucial

series

Center, Michigan blew a two goal lead
in the final 1:03 of regulation'and lost in
overtime, 6-5.
Wolverine coach John Giordano
doesn't feel, though, that you can pass
judgement on either of the two teams
based on their first meeting. "That
game was just too early in the season,"
said the coach. "We're both completely
different teams now."
There will be a big difference in the
Michigan squad when it hits the ice
tonight, in that second-leading scorer
Chris Seychel will be out of action
because of a severely bruised thigh suf-
fered last weekend against Northern
Michigan. This will force the Wolveri-
nes to go to their bench, which has not

been very productive thus far.
BUT MICHIGAN CAN'T afford to
suffer any letdowns against a Laker
team that produced third-ranked
Bowling Green's only loss of the season,
a 2-1 decision on the Falcons' own ice.
"What you're going to see is a very
tough series," said Giordano. "Lake
Superior will come in ready to play. I'm
expecting a very physical series from
these guys."
The Lakers, besides being physical,
have been very inconsistent this year.
They have been very 'successful on
Saturday nights, sporting a 5-1 mark,
but are 0-6 on Fridays.
But Lake Superior does own the
league's top scorer that doesn't play in

Columbus. Senior Monty Beauchamp is
fifth behind four Ohio Staters in the
CCHA with seven goals and 11 assists.
The Wolverines should also be wary of
the Superior line of Allen Butler (5
goals-11 assists), Kevin Collar (7-9),
and Nick Palumbo (4-9).
GOALTENDING HAS been the
biggest problem for coach Frank An-
zalone's Lakers, as none of the three
netminders, Lawrence Dyck, Joe
Shawhan and freshman Randy Exelby,
have shown any consistency this season.
If Michigan, though, can be con-
sistent with its excellent performance
of last weekend in Marquette, this
series could consist of two Wolverine
victories.

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Se c tion
.. . won''t see action

Cul couFrieder still disappointed.. .
... What's wrong with ET?
By PAUL H ELGRENMichigan, one might be tempted to think so. Turner? Last year he could look like the best
"These guys, before they leave Michigan, I guard in the nation on one night, and then like
SEE IF THIS sounds familiar.hope they learn," said Frieder. "I hope they Dan Pelekoudas' back-up the next.
Michigan romps on a pre-Big Ten season learn that unless you play with intensity ... and For example, Turner scored 62 points in two
lightweight, albeit unimpressively. Coach Bill be aggressive for 40 minutes, you're never going games with Iowa. Hawkeye guard Steve Carfino,
Frieder fumes, saying his team just isn't ready to be successful." who covered Turner both nights, said he did
for the heavyweights of the Big Ten. He's upset "We have to learn to play defense for 40 everything he could to try to stop the Michigan
with his players for not playng hard for 40 minutes, or else you guys can write about all the guard, but could not keep up with him.
minutes. He warns the media not to overrate his talent in the world and it ain't going to mean a But one game against Wisconsin, a team far
team. He shrugs when asked what was wrong damn thing.. . Georgia would have been ahead inferior to Iowa, Turner appeared dazed, scoring
with Eric Turner, who was unimpressive with of us 60-10 with a first-half performance like we only two points and sitting out the second half in
only four points and five assists. During had tonight." favor of the hustling, but less-taijented
Frieder's burst of pessimism, the fact that the Frieder later grudgingly admitted that a few Pelekoudas.
Wolverines won the game by 19 points seems to players hustled in the second half, in particular Same problem last night.
be forgotten. Richard Rellford, Butch Wade and Antoine E.T. was just out of it. He was never into the
If that strange, unexplainable sensation Joubert. But in general it is safe to say he was flow of the game. Joubert, a freshman, con-
known as deja vu is hitting you right now, join less than overwhelmed with his team's showing. trolled the tempo more than Turner. Once again
the club. If that strange, unexplainable sensation So does Michigan really have "a long way to Frieder was at a loss for an explanation.
known as deja vu is hitting you right now, join go," or is Frieder just trying to soften the media "He's got to just work harder. I don't know. I
the club. Wait, I said that already. Get the point? hype that made last year's Big Ten season seem don't know what it is."
This has all happened before, only one short disappointing to Michigan fans? A young man who was helping sweep out
year ago. Frieder gave us that "We've got a long It's hard to say but certainly you can't judge Crisler after the game put it more bluntly:
way to go" line after cruising to a 9-1 non- from Wednesday night's game. Sure, the play "What's the matter with Turner? Was he sick or
conference record last season. Of course no one was lackadaisical, but don't forget whom something?"
believed him. Of course he was right. Ultimately Michigan played. It's hard to get up for Central If only the explanation were that simple.
the Wolverines just weren't ready for the big Michigan when you've got Georgia coming up on Frieder says he'll bench Turner if he doesn't
boys of the Big Ten. the schedule. Isn't 19 points a comfortable produce, which is fine, but unrealistic. If Turner
A question of in tensit y enough margin of victory anyway? Gee, Bill, you doesn't play well, the Wolverines won't go
But what about this year? Will the 1984 Big Ten don't want to be like Bo and run up the score, do anywhere, and their 1984 Big Ten season will
season be a repeat performance of last year's you? wind up a gigantic rerun-of 1983 - lots of talent,
ninth-place finish? Listening to Frieder's Turner: A lack of hustle ? but a disappointing finish in the second division.
pessimistic dirge Wednesday night after the But one point Frieder made rang an all-too- And then Frieder can once again tell everyone,
Wolverines 58-39 cakewalk over Central familiar bell: what is the problem with Eric "See, I told you so."

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statistics

Name, Pos.
McCauley, RW.....
Seychel, LW .....
Carlile, D........
Jones, C.........
Dries, C.........
McCrimmon, RW..
Stiles..........
BjorkmanC/LW..
DeMartino, D......
Downing, RW ...
May, LW/D .......
Brauer, D .........
Macnab, LW........
Spring, LW ........
Goff, D..........
Neff, D ..........
Kobylarz, RW .....
Hudas, D.........
Goff, RW.........
Chiamp, G.......
McIntyre, RW .....
Elliott, G .........
Switzer, LW ...
'M' Bench ........

GP'
15
13
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
14
15
15
14
5
15
7
14
3
2
2
15

Pts.
18
17
17
12
11
9
9
8
8
6
6
6
5
5
5
4
3
1
0
0
0

P/M
2/4
9/18
15/30
6/12
4/8
9/18
7/14
6/12
8/16-
7/14
12/24
4/8
6/12
3/6
6/12
7/14
2/4
9/18
0/0
0/0 x

MICHIGAN........ 15 56 95. 151 125/250..'
OPPONENTS ..... 15 68 103 171 109/226
GOALTENDING STATISTICS
Goalie (Record) MIN GA AVG SAV PCT:.
Chianp (7-7). 815:48 57 4.19 417 8o
Elliott ?V-1) ........ 102:10 9 5.28 35 *9~~

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MICHIGAN (7-8).. 909:41
OPPONENTS ((8-7) 909:41

68
56

4.49 452 .8690
3.69 371 .869".-
vGS

CCHA STANDIN

Overall Conf.

Ohio State...........
Bowling Green.......
Michigan Tech.......
Michigan State......
NorthernAMichigan ....
MICHIGAN .........
Ferris State.........
Lake Superior........
Western Michigan.....
Illinois-Chicago........
Miami.............

WL
131
131
104
104
68
78
97
46
86
213
213

WL
101
91
62
84
66
46
46
46
35
28
112

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