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Kickoff'time for Saturday's,
Michigan-Washington game has
been changed to 12:10 p.m.


Men's varsity basketball
walk-on tryouts, 6-3 or taller
contact Dave Hammer,
assistant basketball coach

The Michigan Daily

Friday, September 14, 1984

Page 9




One week down, ten to go and already
things down here at the Daily are
starting to heat up. Hats off to Don
Canham, Michigan's Director of
Athletics got the special guests off to a
smooth start going 8-2. Writers Dougb
Levy and Mike McGraw kept pace with
Canham and Bo's little favorite, Katie
Blackwell, wasn't far behind nailing
seven of her ten selections.
Paul Helgren was beside himself. 'His
great grandparents are rolling over in
their graves back in Sweden
after Paul's abysmal 5-5 week.
Paul is determined to appease
his lineage with a perfect
THIS WEEK's special guest
is none other than Bill
Frieder, head coach of the
NIT Champions in basketball.
Frieder's selections for this Fri

The weekly Daily Imni


week were obviously well thought out,
as the fifth year coach returned his
selection sheet marked up with a few
short side comments/analyses of some
of the games.
For example, Frieder went with
Michigan over Washington noting,
"Battle of two coaching greats (Don
James and Bo Schembechler), but the
game at Michigan."
Frieder took Miami-Fla. over Purdue
reasoning, "Miami won't lose two in a

Undoubtedly, however,
Frieder's juiciest quip was for
the Notre Dame-Michigan
State battle, "Wow, what a
game," wrote Frieder, "State
in a close one!" Good luck,



Fraser s LA dream turns to gold
By BRAD MORGAN athletes, however, Fraser accom- in that sport. Greece) until he wore him out and won
Steve Fraser went to Los Angeles plished his task and returned to his "MY MAIN hope was just to get a it."

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with the same goal every other athlete
going to the Olympics - to win a medal.
Unlike the great majority of those

home here in Ann Arbor with not just a
medal, but a gold medal in Greco-
Roman wrestling, America's first ever

medal," Fraser said. "Of course I was
hoping for the gold, but I at least wan-
ted to get that medal."
Although Fraser's gold surprised
many people, it didn't surprise
Michigan wrestling coach Dale Bahr.
Bahr, who has coached or worked
with Fraser for the last six years, said,
"I had lunch with Steve the day before
he left and felt then that he had a great
'It felt good. There are no
words to describe it, it was
just such an emotional
feeling. It was the best
feeling in the whole
-Steve Fraser
chance to win it. Frank Anderrson
(1982 World Champion from Sweden)
was the favorite, but once he beat him, I
knew he would do it."
BAHR WENT on to explain that
"Steve is more of a brawler than a
technician. He beats you because he
wants to win, not because he uses
finesse. He's mentally tough and well
conditioned, and in the'title match het
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Fraser, who works for the
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worked out for 5-7 hours every day for
the four years before the Olympics,
depending on his schedule. Bahr said it
was this conditioning that gave Fraser
the edge he needed at the Olympics.
For Fraser, receiving the gold medal
was almost more than he could


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describe. "It felt good. There are no
words to describe it, it was just an
emotionaltfeeling. It was the best
feeling in the world."
Since that golden day in August,
Fraser's life has changed quite a bit.
"I'm a lot busier now, with speaking
engagements and things like that," he
said. "I'm just now starting to read-
But, looking back, the final question
must be 'Would you do it all again?' To
this, Fraser never hesitated.
"Definitely. It was great, all very wor-
thwhile and a great payoff for all the
hours of training and conditioning."


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Daily Photo by TOD WOOLF
Graduate assistant coach Steve Fraser ('81), shown here practicing for the
Olympics in June, came away from Los Angeles with a gold t edal in Greco-
Roman wrestling, the first ever won by a U.S. athlete in that sport.
Stickers flogged by



Massachusetts, 5-0
Opening a season against the num- The Wolverine defense kept the game
ber-three team in the country is not an close early. Massachusetts had 25
enviable task. But that's the burden the penalty corners, but only converted
Michigan field hockey squad had to one. Michigan goalie Jonnie Terry
dealwith yesterday at the University of made 16 saves, while the 'M' offense
OMassachusetts. Despite a strong deferi- managed a mere six shots.
sive: effort, Michigan fell, 5-0, in Michigan trailed 1-0 at the inter-
Amherst, Mass. mission after Megan Donnelly of
Pam Moryl tallied a hat trick for the Massachusetts scored on a penalty
Minutemen. She scored all three of her stroke with 20:18 remaining in the
goals in the second half. opening frame.
After Moryl's first goal made it 2-0,
GRIDDE PICKS Massachusetts went up 3-0 onMaura
Coughlin's goal with 13:35 left to play.
With the strike date between General Moryl added two more scoreslate in the
Motors and the United Auto Workers game.

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quickly approaching, negotiations have
'otten serious. In an unprecedented
move, a spokesman for the 350,00
member union demanded that it s
members be allowed to play Griddes
every week.
"Hell, the Japanese been playin' for
years, and we want a piece of the ac-
tion," a union spokesman said. "We got
our cost of living raise, now I just hope
we can get this," the spokesman added.
In order to get involved in this inten-
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2. Washington St. at Ohio State
3. Notre Dame at Michigan State
4. Miami (Fla.)at Purdue
5. Minnesota at Nebraska
6. Penn State at Iowa
7. Syracuse at Northwestern
8. Kentucky at Indiana.

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