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October 26, 1984 - Image 9

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Hockey vs. Bowling Green
Tonight 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

SPORTS

Football vs. Illinois
will NOT be televised,
game time moved back
to 1:00 p.m., Saturday

The Michigan Daily

Friday, October 26, 1984

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Icers battle Falcons

By ADAM MARTIN
Walter Mondale wants to negotiate
with the Soviets on the common ground
of survival. Red Berenson wants to bat-
tle his CCHA foes with improvement -
and very little negotiation.
When Berenson's troops engage last
year's defending CCHA champion
Bowling Green Falcons this weekend,
there'll be little capitulation by either
side.
THE FALCONS (1-3) visit Yost Ice
Arena tonight (7:30 p.m.) and then
return home to host the Woverines
Saturday night at Bowling Green in the
first home-and-home series of the
season for both teams.
"Any time you play a team that was
the national champion (Bowling Green
captured the NCAA title last year),
regardless of their inexperience, it'll be
a good test," said Berenson, "it'll be a
battle."
Still the inexperience Berenson
referred to will hinder the Falcon at-
tack. Thirteen stellar performers from
last year's championship squad are
gone, so Bowling Green coach Jerry
York is forced to work with a majority
of first- and second-year players, who
are slowly gaining experience and con-
fidence.
"I'LL BE looking for more consisten-
cy this weekend," said York, whose
club was swept recently by Ferris
State, a team Michigan outscored 17-8
last weekend.
"I've seendsome brilliance and some
real improvement, but I haven't seen
the consistency we need to be a winner,
yet," he added.
Wary of a fast-developing Wolverine
offensive threat, York admitted that
superb goaltending will be an absolute
necessity.

BUT THE six-year Falcon helmsman
considers his own club's performance
more important than the Wolverines' -
unlike last year.
"We've switched," he emphasized,
"last year we talked about our op-
ponents strategies; we're more concer-
ned now with how our club's going to
play. We've got to get our act
together."
York's obsession with improvement
seems to be contagious. Berenson's
worrying about his own club's play, and
the team is confident the new Wolverine
system will spark a successful season.
"THE IMPORTANT thing is that we
play our game," said Brad Jones, who
pumped in five goals against Ferris in-
cluding a hat trick on Saturday, "if we
go out and play consistently, play hard
and execute our wide-open offense, we
can outplay any team.''
Jones, out of Sterling Heights, was
named CCHA co-player of the week for
his performance against the Bulldogs,
and has already scored half as many
goals as he did last year only four
games into the '84-'85 campaign.
Yet with Jones' effort and an overall

high-powered scoring capability
Berenson isn't about to claim CCHA
dominance; he's looking for im-
provement.
"IMPROVEMENT from season to
season is the key," he commented,
"sometimes you have to look at the
forest and right now we're looking at
the trees."
The foliage is beautiful in October,.
however, and most of the Wolverines
like high altitudes.
But the view from above isn't going to
overturn Berenson's tactical approach
to this weekend's series. The former St.
Louis Blues head man stressed that
Bowling Green will be a strong skating
team, so Michigan's checking-game.
and overall defensive effort will be
key.
BUT WHATEVER the battlefield
strategy may be, Berenson believes:;
there is a strategic significance to this
series.
"It's important that we have a good"
game Friday, but we have to ask our-
selves are we making progress."
Funny, Fritz and the Gipper are
asking the same question.

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Doily Photo by DAN HABIB
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raised their record to 3-1 with a series sweep of the Bulldogs.

Patriots
oust
Meye r

FOXBORO, Mass. (AP) - After a
tumultuous 24 hours in which his defen-
sive coordinator lost and regained his
job, Ron Meyer was fired yesterday as
head coach of the New England
Patriots and replaced by Raymond
Berry,.
When the team learned that Meyer
had been fired, "the first reaction of a
lot of guys was yay, yahoo,' " said
linebacker Larry McGrew.
Members of the National Football
League club said they felt badly for
Meyer but added that his departure and

the hiring of Berry as his replacement
were best for the team. '
"It's going to be a real pleasant
change," said defensive end Doug
Rogers. "Players have to have respect
for a head coach. I don't think there was
a great deal" for Meyer.
Meyer's firing was precipitated Wed-
nesday when he fired defensive coor-
dinator Rod Rust without consulting
General Manager Patrick Sullivan.
Rust, who is highly respected by the
players was re-hired Thursday.

GRIDDE PICKS
A random sample of students were
asked why they didn't play Griddes.
Here are a few of the more common
responses: ... "What is Griddes?"
"Griddes aren't kosher,"
"Playing Griddes won't get me into law
school," . . . "None of my fraternity
brothers play
First of all, if you still don't know
what Griddes are, you might consider
transfering to Michigan State or your
local community college. Secondly, if
Griddes aren't kosher, then why do
several rabbi's turn in picks each
week? Also, recruiters from both Har-
vard and Yale say they look for a good
Griddes track record as an indicator of
one's ability to make decisions in things
that really count. Finally, your frat
brothers probably play.
Moreover, the winner each week
receives a free, small, one-item pizza
from Pizza Bob's. So turn in your picks
to the Daily by Friday night. There is no
excuse.
1. Illinois at MICHIGAN (pick score)
2. Ohio St. at Wisconsin
3. Iowa at Indiana
4. Michigan St. at Minnesota
5. Purdue at Northwestern
6. Arizona at Washington
7. Oklahoma at Kansas
8. SMU at Texas
9. Rutgers at Boston College
10. Kansas St. at Nebraska
11. Miami, Fla. at Louisville
12. Notre Dame at Louisiana St.
13. East Carolina at So. Carolina
14. Auburn at Mississippi St.
15. Georgia at Kentucky
16. UCLA at Arizona St.
17. Penn St. at West Virginia
18. BYU at New Mexico
19. Colgate at Columbia
20. Il.-annoys-us-all at Daily Libels
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