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Men's cross country
vs. Michigan State
Friday at University Golf Course

SPORTS

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The Michigan Daily Thursday, October 11, 1984 Page 9

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By CHRIS GERBASI
The man has been referred to as a "savior."
Bat dressed in a dark blue suit with a blue tie while
speaking at a press luncheon Tuesday, Gordon "Red"
Berenson looked more like a businessman than a
Michigan hockey Messiah. Except, perhaps for the small
maize 'M's which dotted his tie.
The challenge in front of the first-year head coach is to
lead the Wolverines from the depths of the CCHA stan-
dings to a place of respectibility. After two straight losing
seasons,,including a 14-22-1 mark last year, the former
NHL coach will have no small task.
But Berenson appears to be all business in more ways
than one. Low-key, unassuming, yet with a subtle sense of
humor, he spoke of his players in a tone which belies the
fact he has inherited a ninth-place team.
It wasn't so much what he said, but how he said it.
Berenson admits it's hard to assess the team at this point,
one day before the start of the season. There may not be a
promised land awaiting him at the end of the year. And
although he's pleased with his top three lines and some
impressive freshmen, any coach is quick to point out the
strengths of his squad.
His tone and demeanor, however, was cool and in con-
trol; not about to make any brash predictions of success
and at the same time, not conceding a "rebuilding" year.
The impression was one of quiet confidence.
Confidence will be a key ingredient to any success the
Wolverines may enjoy this season. After two losing cam-
paigns under John Giordano, the team may have forgot-
ten how to win. Berenson carefully sidestepped any men-
tion of his predecessor, but knows he'll have to instill a
winning attitude.
"They (the players) seemed pretty excited about the
coaching change, but we're not dealing with the past," he
said. "I'm pleased with the attitude of the players and the

ew coach, new hopes ..

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... Blue sees Red
work ethic. The players are all feeling good about them-
selves. Of course, one bad game and they could revert back
to a negative self-image."
Or back to reality. The team is largely composed of the
same players from a year ago and the road to respec-
tiblity will be a long, uphill climb. But in those players,
Berenson sees greater scoring potential from his forwar-
ds, a solid defense and improved goaltending. If all they
lack is confidence to fulfill their potential, it'll begin with
Berenson.
"Confidence can be the difference between a player
being good and great," he said. "With mental confidence,
a player can do things that he never could do before.
Without it, a player is limited in the way he plays."
The difference may be small but the results can be
great. Berenson said the addition or subtraction of just
one or two top players can change the whole complexion of
a college hockey team. A few more goals here, a few more
saves there and the Wolverines could be in business, but
that remains to be seen.
Berenson doesn't claim to possess any miracles or
magic or secret weapons, just a good, solid approach to
the game. "We want to make Michigan a national college
hockey power," he said. "And I think we can."
RED LINES: When asked what the difference is bet-
ween coaching in the pros and coaching in college, Beren-
son responded, "The check you receive on the end of the
month".. . on job security in the NHL: "Hockey is a very
fickle business. I has some highs and some lows, but I
didn't like living with a gun pointed at my head
everyday".. . Tuesday luncheons will become a monthly
event at the Union for coaches of Michigan's "other"
sports and will be open to the public. This week's lun-
cheon attracted a small turnout. "I've spoken to smaller
groups before," Berenson said. "I have trouble getting
the six members of my family together at the same time."

I GRIDDE PICKS I
The crew aboard the space shuttle
Challenger has been suffering com-
munication problems. The quirk was in
a communications computer respon-
sible for sending information back to
earth. Crew chief Joe Kopmeyer sent
out a triple MAYDAY when he learned
his Gridde picks were not being
received via sattelite at the Daily.
You can avoid such hysteria by stop-
ping by the Daily, 420 Maynard and
handing in your Gridde picks in person.
Pizza Bob will give you a small one-
item pizza if you pick the most correct
victors.
1. Northwestern at MICHIGAN (pick score)
2. Illinois at Ohio State
3. Iowa at Purdue
4. Indiana at Michigan St.
5. Minnesota at Wisconsin
6. Oklahoma at Texas
7. Washington at Stanford
8. Temple at Boston College
9. SMU at Baylor
10. Penn St. at Alabama
11. Georgia Tech at Virginia
12. Missouri at Nebraska
13. Vanderbilt at Louisiana St.
14. Air Force at Notre Dame
15. Washington St. at UCLA
16. Auburn at Florida St.
17. Mississippi at Georgia
18. Kansas at Oklahoma St.
19. Padres at Tigers (game 4)
20 Chicago Cuds at Daily Libels

Sittler refuses trade
from Flers to Wings.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Detroit But Red Wings spokesman Bill
Red Wings General Manager Jimmy Jamieson said Sittler has refused to
Devellano yesterday asked NHL Com- report to Detroit. "Devellano is
missioner John Ziegler to void a trade protesting the deal and is asking John
that would send Philadelphia Flyers Ziegler to void the trade," he added.
center Darryl Sittler to Detroit because I'm mystified that Philadelphia
Sittler refused to report, a Red Wings would hold a news conference to an-
spokesman said. nounce the trade ... and Sittler says,
'I'm not going to go,' " Jamieson said.
The Flyers had announced the trade, Jamieson said he believed Sittler
in which they would have obtained left rejected the trade because of "personal
wings Murray Craven and Joe Pater- reasons," but added that the 34-year-old
son, during an afternoon news con- veteran "might decide to report
ference. tomorrow."
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New hockey coach Red Berenson, shown here with Athletic Director Don Canham (right) and assistant coach Mark
Miller (left), takes over with high hopes of building the Michigan team into a winner.

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