vs. Michigan State
Crisler Arena, 2:00 p.m.
Matt Mann Pool, 7:30 p.m.
e Michigan Daily Friday, February 3, 1984 Page 9
Icers set to hound Soo
By JOE EWING
hey say a dog- barks the loudest
en you back him into a corner. If
it's the case, the hockey fans in Ann
bor' should be able to hear the
chigan hockey team howling all the
Ly from Sault Ste. Marie this
[he Wolverines will be doing plenty
barking, and hopefully some biting,
they travel to the great white north
fight it out with Lake Superior State
eighth place and the final playoff
last ten and have fallen from a com-
fortable fifth-place CCHA perch, who
will have to do a lot of scratching and
clawing just to hang on.
"We've got our back against the wall,
literally against the wall," said
Michigan head coach John Giordano.
"We've really got to win two games
If they don't win both contests, it
could mean a long struggle back into
the playoff picture as Michigan has
tough sets with Ferris State, Michigan
'We've got our back against the wall, liter-
ally against the wall.'
-Michigan coach John Giordano
at least part of a game while nursing a
wound. And things won't really get bet-
ter this weekend.
Right wing Frank Downing (knee)
and defenseman Todd Carlile (knee in-
fection) wil return to the lineup. But the
Wolverines will still be without the ser-
vices of defensemen Mike Neff and John
DeMartino, who are both out with knee
injuries, and Greg Hudas, who is
TO TOP things off, DeMartino's
replacement, Joe Grusser, and center
Brad Jones were injured Wednesday in
practice. Grusser, who separated his
shoulder, will not play while Jones, who
has a back injury, is probable.
The second thing separating the
Wolverines from taking two is the
healthy Lake Superior squad. Michigan
hold a 2-1 advantage in the series this
season, winning both ends of a two-
game set played in Ann Arbor earlier
this year. But that doesn't mean Lake
Superior head coach Frank Anzalone
and crew are going to run away from
the Wolverines with their tails between
"We're healthy, enthusiastic and
hopeful," said Anzalone. "We under-
stand what we have to do and now we
have to go out and do it." -
WHAT ANZALONE wants his team
to do, though, is not necessarily concen-
trate on winning, but instead on the
fundamentals of the game.
"Around here we don't have to
always think about winning because
Lake Superior isn't a winning team
yet," he said. "What we want to do is
play solid hockey in all three zones and
control the puck - that's Superior's
game. If we can do those things, chan-
ces are the scoreboard will show in our
favor, or at least it'll be close."
Lake Superior is led by junior center
Allan Butler, who has eight goals and
five assists in the past six games and
has 38 points on the season. He's
flanked by two other high schoring for-
wards - Monty Beauchamp (13 goals,
22 assists) and Kevin Collar (11 goals,
17 assists) - who make up the Soo
Lakers' top line.
Lake Superior has also gotten some
good goaltending lately from Lawrence
Dyck. The senior netminder has won
three of his last four starts and sports a
3.58 goals-against average.
IT'S THE CHOICE
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Name, Pos. GP
Jim McCauley, RW .... 28
Chris Seychel, LW.. 23
Todd Carlile, D........25
Ray Dries, C ........... 28
Brad Jones, C ......... 29
John DeMartino, D .... 28
John Bjorkuan, C. 28
Pat Goff, D........... 29
Tom Stiles, C ..........29
Bill Brauer, D..........29
Kelly McCrimmon, RW 22
Doug May, LW/D. 29
Paul Spring. LW....... 29
Bruce Macnab, LW .... 27
Frank Downing, RW ... 19
Paul Kobylarz, RW .... 17
Dave McIntyre, RW/D. 14
Mike Neff, D............16
Dan Goff, RW..........21
Greg Hudas, D..........17
Jim Mans, LW........
Mark Chiamp, G ...
Jim Switzer, LW ...
Tom Dolan, D........
Jon Elliott, G..........
Joe Grusser, D ........
29 99 168 267
29 138 222,360
ot in the Central Collegiate Hockey
MICHIGAN (9-13, 12-17 overall)
rrently holds that eighth-place spot
one game over the Soo Lakers (8-
1316-1 'overall). But it is the
olverines, who have lost eight of their
Tech and Northern Michigan left, on
HOWEVER, two things could keep
the Wolverines from sweeping.
First, there are the injuries. Over the
past two months the Wolverines have
been mangled, with ten players missing
Goalie-Record Min s GA AvgSav Pct
Mark Chiamp (12-15) .. 1535:52 111 4.34 797 .878
Jon Elliott (0-2)......... 239:53 23 5.76 106 .822
MICHIGAN (12-17) .... 1779:36 138*4.65 903 .867
OPPONENTS (17-12) .. 1779:36 99 3.34 728 .880
*Includes four empty nets.
By GARY EFFMAN wrestle w
The Wolverine wrestling team can Bahr.
idefiself on weathering out a stormy If Mich
season start. The wrestlers have which cal
ce: breezed through a recent 5-1 close thr
et'h including four Big Ten wins will have
ainst Indiana, Illinois, Purdue, and lower w
Though they currently sit, just one wrestling
ss lehind conference co-leaders Iowa Waters,
d Michigan State, the Wolverines will DerGaral
t no chance to bask in the success. combined
e wrestling team is scheduled to hit only 311os.
e road this weekend, and reports are THE Qi
lling for some very tough Cyclones at least thre
wa State mixed with some angry prove eve
olden Gophers at Minnesota. pears du
The-road trip opens up with perennial match."
werhouse .Iowa State, currently The tit]
nked sixth in the NCAA. The only pounds b4
her highly ranked team the Darkus<
olverines have faced this season was Farland,c
enn State, at Crisler on December 7th. in the NCA
hough no day of , infamy - the easily bea
olverines were put down 24-16. pionships
"PENN STATE was the best team Darkus
e've wrestled this year," said (32-0-1),i
lichigan coach Dale Bahr. "But I'd nament v
efinitely have to put Iowa State right despite th
p there with them. said he isr
"This is one of the highlight matches ANOTH
f the year for us, but we have enough come be
ids with enough talent that if we Waters a
ell, we can beat them," added pot
igan is to win, the game plan, sp
.ls for the Wolverines to stay (W
ough the first four matches, I
to be realized. It is at the ea
eights, 118-142 pounds that mi
has gotten its most consistent cor
. The four wrestlers: William
Joe McFarland, Mike,
bedian and Tony Latora have
so far for 87 wins against
UARTET needs to pick up at
e of their matches which could
en more difficult than it ap-
e to "the match within the
le refers to the clash at 126
between Iowa State's Kevin
and Michigan's Joe Mc-
currently ranked one and two
AA rankings. The match could
a preview of the NCAA cham-
s to be held next month.
enters the match undefeated
including two previous tour-
ictories over McFarland. Yet
e two losses McFarland (37-3)
ready for the match.
[ER major confrontation will
tween Michigan's William
and ISU's Bill Kelly at 118
Lnds. The two are considered to be in
e top of wrestling's freshmen class,
orting similar records of 18-8
Vaters) and 19-5-1 (Kelly).
If the Wolverines can stay close
rly, and pick up some points at the
ddleweights from Kevin Hill, Bahr is
nf ident that Kirk Trost (190 pounds)
and Rob Rechsteiner (HWT) can finish
"We just can't go out there with stars
in our eyes because they're Iowa
State," said Bahr. "We can beat them."
BEATING the Cyclones is only part
of the weekend's work. On Saturday
Michigan faces Minnesota, and the
Golden Gophers will not be easily
plowed under. "Minnesota is a good
team, but they're not unbeatable," said
Evidence for his remark were the
Gophers losses this week to Iowa State
(23-15) and Michigan State (29-15). Un-
fortunately the Wolverines also drop-
ped one to the Spartans 23-16.
"The matchwill hinge on one or two
tight matches, and we'll definitely need
to take those,'"explaiied/$a "It'll be
tough, but it will ,.definitely be in-
The weekend is the last time the team
is scheduled to wrestle away from the
Crisler Arena until theBig Ten's. Get-
ting at least a, split will give the
wrestlers agother bobst before they
have to face Big Ten rivals Ohio State
DETROIT (AP) - Michigan
alumnus Rick Leach, who last mon-
th filed for salary arbitration, signed
a one-year contract yesterday and
will remain with the Detroit Tigers,
the club announced.
Terms of the contract were not
The 27-year-old first baseman
played in 99 games last season, bat-
ting .248 with three home runs and 26
runs batted in. He has been with the
Tigers since 1981.
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Swimmers face high flying
f By ANDREA WILLIAMS
You already know hawks can fly, but did you know that
ey can swim?
The undefeated Iowa Hawkeye men's swim team will touch
own atMatt Mann Pool tonight at 7:30 p.m. for a dual meet
lat promises strokes that will be fast and furious.
IOWA CURRENTLY holds a 7-0 record for dual meets
hile Michigan is not far behind with a record of 4-1.
"This will be a very exciting dual meet," said Michigan
lead coach Jon Urbanchek. "It will be right down to the wire
leverything goes as scheduled."
Urbanchek is expecting good performances from freshmen
ave Kerska, a freestyle sprinter, Jim Bruzzese, a butterfly
pecialist, and Jeff Gordon, a distance freestyler.
Kerska, from Royal Oak, is confident the Wolverines will
win. "It's going to be really close," he said, "but we are get-
ting really psyched for it."
GORDON agreed with his teammate's mental evaluation.
"We are more prepared physically and mentally for this
meet," said the Springdale, Ohio native. "We are at the begin-
ning of our tapering in preparation for the Big 10 Champion-
ships" which will be held in Indianapolis on March 1, 2, 3.
Michigan is-favored to win the freestyle events while Iowa
is favored to win the stroke events. Outstanding Hawkeye
swimmers are sophomores Mike Curley, who leads the con-
ference in the 200-yard individual medly and butterly, Artie
Williams, who leads the conference in the 200-yard
backstroke and freestyle, and Tom Williams who leads the
conference in the 50-yard freestyle.
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