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Volleyball
vs. Wisconsin
Friday 7:00 p.m.
CCRB

SPORTS

Hockey
vs. Ferris State
tomorrow and Saturday
7:30 p.m., Yost Ice Arena

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The Michigan Daily

Thursday, October 18, 1984

Page 10

Newcomers essential to icers' rebirth

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By ADAM MARTIN
Two days before the 1984-85 hockey
season began, new head coach Red
Berenson firmly expressed his desire to
build Michigan into a national college
hockey power. And the former St.
Louis Blues head coach knew exactly
how to exhume last year's ninth-place
team from its casket.
"I feel recruiting will be the major
factor," said the Wolverine helmsman,
"it is important that we bring in talen-
ted, blue-chip players."
Granted, building a winning
organization around sterling recruits is
a multi-season process, but Berenson
isn't clockwatching.
"It won't happen overnight," he em-
phasized, "our fundamental goal is im-
provement - individual and team. It'll
be a day-to-day, game-to-game, year-
to-year thing."

Fortunately, Berenson's reconstruc-
tion had already begun before the new
Michigan mentor arrived. By Spring of
1984, Michigan had a firm grip on
stellar freshmen Jeff Norton, Joe
Lockwood, Brad McCaughey, Gary
Lorden and Tim Makris, all of whom
had been labeled outstanding in high
school.
With a few blue-chippers in hand and
a fairly experienced team to drop back
on, Berenson was certain his club would
be competitive.
"I'm optimistic that we're better
than past teams," he said, "and I think
we could be a strong hockey power."
Power may not be the word - at least
yet - but according to the rookies, this
ain't no rebuilding year.
"By no means is this a rebuilding
season," said Norton, a 6-2, 185 pound
defenseman out of Acton, Massachuset-

1983-84 Michigan
Hockey Roster

ts, "Our goal is to be in the champion-
ship."
After scoring 90 points in his junior
and senior years at Cushing Academy
in Ashburnham, Mass., Norton was
taken in the third round of last June's
NHL draft by the four-time Stanley Cup
champion New York Islanders and
eventually decided on Michigan after
considering Boston College, Vermont,
Denver and Wisconsin. Having made
the decision to come to Michigan, Nor-
ton laid claim to an integral position on
defense.
"He's going to be a great two-way
defenseman," said Berenson, before
last weekend's Miami series, "he'll be
starting for us on defense."
Sure enough, Norton and junior Bill
Brauer was the first Michigan defen-
sive tandem to skate on the ice in Ox-
ford, Ohio last weekend and the fresh-
man half was up to the test.
"Young Norton (as Red calls him)
was strong," Berenson noted after wat-
ching his rookie left defenseman play
two nights of physical hockey, "he got
the job done."
The other freshman blue-liner expec-
ted to be consistent is Warwick, Rhode
Island native Gary Lorden. As a senior,
Lorden collected all-division, all-city
and all-state honors before the Win-
nepeg Jets drafted him last June.
Lorden said he hopes "to get a lot of ice
time," and Berenson is sure Lorden will
make a significant contribution. "He
should add depth," Berenson said
reservedly. "With experience, he'll be a
regular defenseman."
One player sure to be a regular is
right winger Joe Lockwood. Lockwood
saw some time with the New York
Rangers in 1983-84 and, like Norton,
started against Miami in the
Wolverines split over the weekend. The

league Most Valuable Player and led
the River Rats in scoring the last three
seasons. Like Lockwood, McCaughey
figures to be an essential part of the of-
fense, especially on a line with last
year's third leading point-getter, Brad
Jones.
"I'd like to get points whether they be
goals or assists," said the 6-1 right
wing, "and I can always give the puck
to Jones and (Tom) Stiles who can
score from anywhere."
McCaughey began the season in fine
fashion last Friday, snapping a shot
from the left slot past Hall for the
Wolverines first goal of the season.
The only Michigan rookie with an
even slightly uncertain future is

goaltender Tim Makris, another
Massachusetts native. Berenson h's
said that his veteran netminders .
Mark Chiamp and Jon Elliott - would
be his regulars in goal. In other words,
Makris waits in the wings for now -; a
least until Chiamp and Elliott graduate
in May.
Still, Marlboro, Mass. high school's
former captain sports impressive
credentials - he was named Mass.
Goalie-of-the-year for '83-'84 with a 1.7
goals against average.

As Berenson put it, "Makris looks
like he'll be a fine goalie.
The only question is when for Makris
- and Michigan.

4

Norton
..starting on defense

1983-84 Michigan Statistics

No. Name
1 Mark Chiamp .................
2 Bill Brauer........ .......
3 Doug May ...................
4 Mike Neff . . . ................
5 Jeff Norton .....................
6 Pat Goff ..................
7 Todd Carlile ...................
8 Brad McCaughey ..........
9 Ray Dries ...................... .
10 Joe Lockwood..............
11 Brad Jones .....................
12 Paul Rossi .....................
14 Bruce Macnab~................
16 John Bjorkman .................
17 Dan Goff ........................
18 Frank Downing .................
19 Paul Kobylarz .................
20 Chris Seychel ...................
21 Tim O'Connor .................
22 Tom Stiles ......................
23 Dan Carroll..................
24 Greg Hudas .....................
25 Mark Gobuty ....................
26 Gary Lorden................
27 Sean Baker . ... ...........
28 Paul Spring ..................
30 Jon Elliott ......................
35 Tim Makris ...................
HEAD COACH: Gordon "Red" Bere

Pos.
G
D
D/LW
D-
D
D
D
RW
C
LW
C
C
C
LW
C
RW
RW
LW
RW
LW
LW
D
D
D
LW
LW
G
G
nson

Ht.
5-6
6-3
6-1
6-0
6-2
6-1
5-11
6-1
5-7
5-11
6-1
5-10
5-11
5-11
5-7
5-11
6-0
5-10
5-11
5-11
6-0
6-5
5-10
6-3
5-11
6-0
6-1
5-10

Wgt.
145
212
188
202
185
195
192
182
168
175
190
166
160
175
175
186
193
175
175
185
191
225
187
190
199
200
190
167

Yr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
Fr.
Sr.
Fr.
So.
Fr.
So.
So.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
Sr.
Sr.
Fr.

Milford native picked up one goal
against the Redskins, flipping the puck
over Redskins goalie Tim Hall's stick
while sprawled on the ice.
Such haphazard offense may not be
exactly what's expected from Lock-
wood, but he should prove to be an out-
standing asset.
"Lockwood should step right in and
make a good impact in the team,"
Berenson commented, "he's a strong,
aggressive player."
One of Berenson's main goals this
season is getting his club to score - as
often as possible. Enter local standout
Brad McCaughey.
As a senior at Ann Arbor Huron High
McCaughey pumped in 35 goals and ad-
ded 27 assists before being named

Name Pos.
JIM McCAULEY........... RW
Chris Seychel .............."LW
Brad Jones ................ C
Todd Carlile ............... D
Ray Dries.................. c
Tom Stiles ................. C/RW
John Bjorkman ............ C
Pat GoffI.................. D
*JOHN DEMARTINO. D
Doug May ................. D/LW
Frank Downing ............ RW
Bill BrauerD..............D
KELLY MCCRIMMON ...RW
Paul spring ............... LW
Bruce Macnab............. LW
Paul Kobylarz............. RW
Mike Neff................. D
Dan Goff ............ ... C/RW
Dave McIntyre...........D/RW
Greg Hudas ............... D
Jim Mans ................. LW
Mark Chiamp ............. G
Jim Switzer ............... LW
Tom Dolan ................ D
Jon Elliott ................. G
Joe Grusser ............... D
TEAM................

PTS
43
36
34
31
28
22
21
21
16
15
14
14
13
13
12
8
8
7
5
2
0
0
0
0
0
0

P/M
6/12
17/34
16/32
35/70
17/34
15/30
16/33
19/38
21/42
27/54
9/18
12/24
17/34
8/16
15/30
7/14
13/26
5/10
3/6
9/18
5/10
1/2
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
6/12

A
20
16
21
14
11
8
9
15
9
6
6
9
4
5
7
5
4
5
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
178
239

PTS
32
29
28
22
24
16
16
18
12
9
10
10
9
10
8
6
4
2
0
0
0
0
0
0

P/M
6/12
11/22
16/32
29/58
16/32
13/26
15/31
13/26_
17/34
18/36
6/12
11/22..
17/34
8/16
13/26
6/12
11/22
5/10
3/6
9/18
5/10'
1/2
0/0
0/0
0/0
0 0
3/6

MICHIGAN............
OPPONENTS .............

134
179

229
284

363
463

299/599 105
275/566 148

283. 252/505
387 228/464

PLAYERS IN ALL CAPS NOT RETURNING

Goalie '
Chiamp ........ .........]
Elliott .....................

(Rec.)
12-22-1
2-2

Overall (14-22-1)
GOALTENDING STATS
GP GA AVG. PCT.
33 142 4.48 .876
7 33 5.43 .849

CCHA (11-18-1)-9th

GP
28
5

GA
122
23

AVG.
4.59
5.75

MICHIGAN ............... 14-22-1
OPPONENTS ............. 22-14-1

37
37

179* 4.72 .869 30 148 4.83
134 3.53 .876 30 105 3.43

PCT,
.876
.850
870
.878
Totais,
179
1366
945
275

ASSISTANT: Mark Miller
GRAD ASSISTANT: Gary Morrison
TRAINER: A. J. Duffy ,
EQUIPMENT MANAGER: Jim Neidert

*Includes empty net goals
1
Goals ................ 32
SHOTS ON GOAL .......361
GOALIE SAVES ........380
' PENALTIES........... 85

MICHIGAN

2
50
341
419
115

3
47
346
364
99

OT
31
24
0

Totals
134
1079
1187
299

1
441
329
82

2
59
478
291
107

OPPONENTS
'3 OT
54 .5
418 29
299 26
85 1

Lockwood McCaughey
... 'strong, aggressive player' . . . could be key point-getter

-. .4

IM Scores

FOOTBALL
Tuesday's Results
Fraternity 'A'
Lambda Chi Alpha 0, Acacia 0
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 26, Theta Chi 0
Fraternity'B'
Lambda Chi Alpha 8, Horntoads 0
Sigma Phi Epsilon 22,Theta Chi 0
G/F/S
Macs 22, Illegal Procedure 0
Yohimbines 0, Well Hung Jury 0
Independent'A'
Ledgers Unlimited 14,Gearheads0
Patterson Dental 22, Animals 0
MMB 22, Murray's Kids 6
MBA # 28, Foreskins 6
La Machine 0, Raiders 0
Monday's Results
Fraternity 'A'
Beta Theta Pi6, Alpha Tau Omega 6
Phi Delta Theta 34, Phi Kappa Tau 0
Alpha Sigma Phi 12, Delta Kappa Epsilon 6
sigma Phi Epsilon 8, Zeta Psi 0

Fraternity 'B'
Sigma Alpha Mu 6, Chi Phi 0
G/F/S
D-1 Molers 12, Phi Chi Med 6
DIX 26. Legal Procedure 6
Independent'A'
Sneaky Slow 30, Assorted Screw Drivers 2
Shred Machine 18, Di-B 0
Elitest Best 32,The Crib 0
Independent'B'
Gutter Snipes 2, Madison Mad Dogs 0
Tuna Melt Revenge 0,The Meatmen 0
Shooters 2, Meat Packers 0
Co-Rec
Bucke and Heads 0, Tigers 0
Breakers 20, Monte's Monsters 0
Human Performers 8, Night Stars 6
Spam 0, Awesome 0
Residence Hall 'A'
Bursley Bangers 12, Dark Angels 0
Warriors 14, Fletcher 6
Kelsey Roots 26, Lewis Trojans 0
Elliot Untouchables 22, Reeves Raiders 0

Jim Frey
voted NL
skipper of
the year

NEW YORK (AP) - Jim Frey, who turned the Chicago
Cubs from a lower-echelon team to a division winner in his
first year with the club, yesterday was named the National
League's Manager of the Year by the Baseball Writer's
Association of America.
Frey received 16 of the possible 24 first-place BBWA votes
and seven for second for a total of 101 points to win easily
over Dave Johnson of the New York Mets, whose team con-
tended most of the season with the Cubs for the NL East
championship and finished second in the division.
WHILE FREY WAS left off one writer's ballot, Johnson
was named on all 24: four votes for first place, 16 for second
and four for third.
Dick Williams of the San Diego Padres, the National
League champions, finished in third place in the balloting,
also with four votes for first place, one for second and 18 for
third.
Houston's Bob Lillis was the only other manager receiving
a vote, collecting two for third.
FREY, IN 1980 as a freshman major league manager, led
SPORTS OF THE DAILY:

the Kansas City Royals to the American League pennant. ",
Prior to managing in Kansas City, Frey spent 15 years 'in
the Baltimore Orioles' system, beginning in 1964 after
retiring as an active player. Although he played professionals
baseball as an outfielder for 14 years, the native of Cleveland
never made it to the major leagues despite a lifetime batting
average of .302.
Frey, 52, was hired by former New York Mets Manager
George Bamberger as toe Mets' batting coach in 1982 and
continued those duties, plus coaching first base, through the
1983 season in New York.
McNamam to manage Red Sox ,
BOSTON (AP) - John McNamara, 52, who rejected an o-
fer to remain with the California Angels last week, is expec-
ted to be named today as the 36th manager of the Boston Req0
Sox.
The Red Sox announced yesterday a news conference will
be held this afternoon to introduce their new manager.

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Ex-Husker took the money and ran

NEW YORK (AP) - Mike Rozier, the
1983 Heisman Trophy winning running
back from Nebraska who now is in the
United States Football League, has
admitted in a published report to
having violated NCAA rules by accep-
ting money in his senior college season.
Sports Illustrated, in its Oct. 22 issue,
says Rozier admitted in a tape-
recorded interview that he signed with
an agent and accepted money during
Nebraska's 1983 season and that, before
playing in the Orange Bowl, he entered
into a contract with the USFL's Pit-

tsburgh Maulers, for whom he played
last spring.
Under NCAA rules, Rozier could have
come to terms with an agent or a pro
team only after the Orange Bowl game
against Miami, which ended shortly af-
ter midnight last Jan. 3.
But, according to the magazine,
Rozier said he signed with Los angeles
based agent Bruce Marks in August
1983, before Nebraska's first game of
the season, and that Marks paid him
four monthly installments of $600
during the season. Marks is an

associate of Mike Trope, but Rozier
said he did not know that at the time.
NCAA delavs test reuirement
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The NCAA
Council has agreed to seek post-
ponement of a controversial
requirement that high school students
must reach minimum scores on stan-6
dardized college entrance tests to be
eligible to participate in college sports,
NCAA officials said yesterday.
The effective date of the requirement
would be postponed from 1986 until 1988
under the NCAA Council proposal, said
NCAA President John Toner.
THE REQUIREMENT, part of a package
known as Proposition 48 that was
passed at the 1983 NCAA convention in

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