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Men's swimming
tonight vs. EM U
Matt Mann Pool, 7:30 p.m.
The Michigan Daily

SPORTS
Friday, January 20, 1984

Gymnastics
men vs. Minnesota
women vs. Wisconsin, EMU
Crisler Arena, 7:00 p.m. tonight

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INJURY RIDDLED BLUE FA
Broncos rea
By KATIE BLACKWELL
After a mid-season skid of nine straight losses, the 11-14-1
Western Michigan hockey team is hoping to use this
weekend's series with Michigan (12-13) as a turning point.
The first step in the Bronco road to recovery came with a 4-2
victory over Northern Michigan last Saturday in the final
game of the split series.
"Our players were down after losing (8-7) Friday," said
WMU head coach Bill Wilkinson. "But they channelled that
disappointment into momentum, momentum that could
carry over to the Michigan series."
IF MOMENTUM COUNTS for anything, the Broncos have
this year's edge going into the weekend's double bill. In the
pre-season Battle Creek tournament, Western topped the
Wolverines in overtime, 6-5, the only meeting of the two
teams this season.
Both teams are battle-weary, a fact that could be a deter-
mining factor in this late-season match-up. Michigan will
still be without the services of injured right wing Frank
Downing and defenseman Mike Neff.
According to Wolverine head coach John Giordano, the
defense will remain somewhat weakened by the abscence of
sophomore Greg Hudas who is "having complications with
grades," and will not dress against the Broncos.
- THE GOOD NEWS for Michigan is the return of senior co-'
captain Kelly McCrimmon at right wing. McCrimmon has
missed seven regular season games, as well as the Great'
Lakes Invitational, with a shoulder injury.
The Broncos however, are not taking the wounded

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Wolverines lightly.
"They're banged up physically," said Wilkinson, "btd I
can't imagine them being any less ready to come at ug."
Western's assistant coach Tom Newton echoed the sen-
timent, "We~dave a lot of respect for how hard this team
(Michigan) works. Besides, we're a little bit banged up our-
selves."
A KEY INJURY for Western is that of center Chuck Chiat-
to. The Cranbrook alumnus and former Red Wing dr4ft
choice left last Friday's contest with a knee injury and is ""ot
expected to see action against Michigan.
The Broncos' offense is paced by Dan Dorian, a sophomore
right wing. Dorian tops Western and is ranked among CCIA
leaders with 27 goals and 24 assists. Complimenting his out-
standing season, Dorian holds a 29-game scoring streak that
dates back to the final three contests of last season.
The man responsible for cracking Dorian's streak is
Michigan goalie Mark Chiamp. But Chiamp stressed the in-
portance of the series to the CCHA standings. With third-
place Northern Michigan travelling to take on difficult first-
place Bowling Green, the Wolverines could well move up in
the standings.
"If we could win both our games, we could move up to four-
th place," said the junior goaltender. "All the guys are ex-
cited about it.'
The Wolverines head to Kalamazoo for tonight's opening
contest at Lawson Ice Arena, but the action will be back' in
town tomorrow night at Yost Arena. Both games start at 7:30
p.m.

Daily Photo by JEFF SCHRIER
Michigan left wing Paul Spring attempts *,shot against Ferris State goalie Norm Young in action from a game in
December. This weekend the Wolverines will.try to move up in the standings as they take on Western Michigan in a
home-and-home series.

Michigan
Hockey Statistics

Pete Rose expected
to sign with Expos

' Name, Pas.
Jim McCauley, RW...
Todd Carlile, D .........
Brad Jones, C . ......
Chris Seychel, LW .......
Ray Dries, C . ..
Pat Goff, D ............
John DeMartino, D .....
Tom' Stiles, C............
Kely McCrimmon, RW
John Bjorkman, C .......
Bill Brauer,.D .............
Doug May, LW/D.......
Paul spring, LW ...........
Bruce Macnab. LW...
Frank Downing. RW
Paul Kobylarz, RW ........
Mike Neff,. ..........
Dan Goff, RW ...........
Dave McIntyre, RW .....
Greg Hudas, D...........
Mark Chiamp G ........
Jim Switzer, LW ...........
Tom Dolan, D ....... ..
,Jon Elliott, G ...........
Jim Mans, LW .............
TEAM ................
MICHIGAN ...........
OPPONENTS .............

GP G A
24 13 15
25 6 17
25 5 17
19 9 12
24 .10 8
25 4 9
25 4 12
25 6 7
18 8 4
24 6 6
25 0 11
25 5 6
25 4 5
23 4 5
19 3 4
13 2 4
16 0 5
17 1 3
10 1 3
17 1.1
23 0 0
10 0 0
7 0 0
4 0 0
1 0 0
0 0

Pts
28
23
22
21
18
13
16
13
12
12
11
11
9
9
6
5
4
4
2
0
0
0
0
0
0

P/M
2/4
26/52
10/20
13/26
10/20
12/24
18/6
9/18
10/20
11/22
5/10
20/40
5/10
11/22
7/14
3/6
8/1S
2/4
e 0/0
/
9/18
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
5/10

MONTREAL (AP) - The Montreal
Expos have called a press conference
for 1 p.m. EST today at which time it is
expected the National League' baseball
club will announce the signing of
veteran free agent Pete Rose, the for-
mer Cincinnati Reds' star who was
released by the Philadelphis Phillies
following the 1983 World Series.
A spokesman for the Expos declined
comment on the subject of the news
conference. Rose, on a Cincinnati radio
talk show Wednesday, refused to
specify which team: he expects to
join, but said he held discussions with
Montreal last week and would enjoy
playing with the Expos.
Can ucks can coach
VANCOUVER, British Columbia
(AP) - Roger Neilson, hailed as a
miracle worker in the spring of 1982,
was fired yesterday as head coach of
the Vancouver Canucks of the National
Hockey League and replaced by
General Manager Harry Neale.
Neale apparently reached the
decision to dismiss Neilson after a late-

night telephone call from an uniden-
tified team owner following a 7-5 loss to
the Oilers Wednesday night at Edmon-
ton.
Showboats sign White
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Former
Tennessee defensive back Reggie
'White signed a $4 million contract
yesterday with the Memphis Showboats
of the United States Football League.
Team owner LoganyYoung said the
five-year contract gives White a
$550,000 signing bonus, $300,000 cash
and $250,000 in five annual installments.

25 92 154 246 195/395
25 111 176.287 176/368'

Goaltending Stats
.Goalie Record Min.
Mlark Chiamp . 12-11 1332:46
Jon Elliott ... 0-2 199:53

GA Avgsav Pct
90 3.78 634 .822
17 5.11 88 .838,

MICHIGAN ... 12-13 1535:02 111-4.44 722 .873
OPPONENTS . 13-12- 1535:02 92 3.68 565.867

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