Volleyball vs. Purdue
Today, 7 p.m.
Field Hockey vs. Iowa
Today, 3 p.m.
The Michigan Daily
Friday, November 2, 1984
BLUE BATTLES WILDCATS
r . . fs Icers seek confidence at UNH
By ADAM MARTIN
This weekend offers a comforting break for
Michigan travels east to battle the solid New
Hampshire Wildcats Friday and Saturday
night in Snively Arena at 7:30 p.m. in the first
non-league competition of the 1984-85 cam-
SO WHAT'S so comforting?-Michigan will,
have an opportunity to work out the flaws in
its road play against a non-CCHA opponent,
and come away with a couple of wins to boot.
Any competition the Wolverines encounter
is important, but by tackling the Wildcats on
their own turf, Michigan can gain valuable
playing-on-the-road confidence without losing
ground in the CCHA. And that confidence will
go far when the team takes on the upper
echelon of the CCHA on the road in the coming
"This trip will give us a chance to improve
our road poise, image, and all the things that
entail winning on the road," said head coach
Red Berenson, thinking seriously about struc-
"WE HAVE to make more of a commit-
ment to the mental toughness that it takes to
play on the road," he added.
Berenson is concerned with his club's tem-
porary lack of perserverence which surfaced
last Saturday night in Bowling Green when
the Wolverines were outplayed for most of the
game, after attempting to carry over the
emotion from Friday night's last-minute vic-
Berenson first noticed this phenomenon
during the second game of the season in
Miami when Michigan succumbed to the Red-
skins largely because the Wolverines took the
game-and the win-for granted.
'We have to make more of a
commitment to the mental
toughness that it takes to
play on the road.'
- Red Berenson
head coach Charlie Holt's team is currently 2-5
after losing to Boston College and Nor-
theastern in the last week, but the Wildcats
are playing in the newly formed-and quite
tough-Hockey East, so the Michigan mentor
expects an all-around test.
HOLT'S approach isn't all that different.,
His goal, like Berenson's, is overall im-
"We're trying to do some very basic things
and gradually improve our caliber of play to
the point where we can be consistently com-
Holt cited a weak Wildcat power play and
unstable defense as his squad's key stumbling
blocks of the young season. But the 16-year
UNH coach is holding one ace in his pocket:
The Wildcats historically start sluggishly and
improve quickly as the season progresses,
and they've had their share of problems
DESPITE the Wildcats' weaknesses,.
Berenson won't be concerned with playing
just enough hockey to beat UNH; he wants
real, tangible improvements in Michigan's
"We've fallen behind early in almost every
game," he said, "so I want more emphasis on
the first period."
Berenson will also mix up his lines a bit, in
an effort to get "a little more bounce out of the
The weekend may be comfortable, but the
Wolverines won't be reclining.
BERENSON wants his team to go into op-
ponents' arenas with the confidence to win,
but not the superficial confidence that results
from an under-estimation of its adversary.
"Once you have the confidence in yourself,
you go in expecting to win," he said, "right
now, our team goes in and hopes to win."
Which is why Berenson considers the Wild-
cats a healthy challenge. New Hampshire
Doily Photo by MATT PETRIE
Michigan goalie Mark Chiamp spears a shot from Bowling Green's Brian McKee last Friday
night as defenseman Jeff Norton looks on. Michigan defeated the Falcons in a come-from-behind
victory, 5-3. The icers will face off at New Hampshire for a two game series tonight.
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SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Flames roast Red Wings, 9-5
DETROIT (AP) - Richard Kromm,
Paul Reinhart and Carey Wilson scored
two goals apiece last night as the
Calgary Flames snapped a two-game
losing streak with a 9-5 National
Hockey League victory over the Detroit
Kromm, son of former Detroit Coach
Bobby Kromm, blockeda slapshot by
Reed Larson at the Flames' blue line,
skated in alone and beat starting Red
Wing goaltender Greg Stefan with a
high wrist shot at 18:45 of the first
period tossnap a 2-2 tie and put Calgary
ahead to stay.
KROMM ADDED his second of the
night at 3:47 of the second period, 3:08
after Hakan Loob had given the Flames
a 4-2 advantage. Reinhart and Kari
Eloranta added second-period goals
before Detroit's Steve Yzerman stop-
ped the Calgary burst.
Detroit opened the scoring on Ron
Duguay's seventh goal of the season
5:52 into the game, but Reinhart an-
swered for Calgary on a power play
1:22 later to tie the score 1-1.
Larson and Calgary defenseman Al
Maclnnis traded powerplay goals in the
opening period while Wilson added his
pair and Detroit's. Larson and Danny
Gare one each in a wide-open third-
Pistons 118, Hawks 114
ATLANTA (AP) - Kelly Tripucka's
layup broke a tie with 24 seconds to play
and Isiah Thomas' two free throws
clinched a 118-114 National Basketball
Association victory for the Detroit
Pistons over the Atlanta Hawks last
Dominique Wilkins had tied the score
for the Hawks at 114-114 before
Tripucka, who scored 25 points, put the
Pistons ahead for good. Wilkins was
called for walking before Thomas hit
his free throws.
DETROIT'S Dan Roundfield, a for -
mer Hawk, led all scorers with 26, in-
cluding 12 in the final period. Eddie
Johnson paced the Hawks with 24 points
while Wilkins added 22 and Sly
Williams had 19.
The Hawks led 55-51 at halftime but
Detroit pulled ahead 89-85 after three
periods. Atlanta led for the last time at
64-63 before Thomas hit on a jump shot
and added a free throw with 7:25 left in
the third quarter to give the Pistons a
The Department of Philosophy
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, ANN ARBOR
RICHARD M. HARE
White's Professor of Moral Philosophy
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
in a Public Lecture
"PATRIOTISM AND PACIFISM"
NOVEMBER 5,1984 -8:00 P.M.
THE MICHIGAN UNION - KUENZEL ROOM
Admission is Free
Oh la, la...quelle belle sole!
(What beautiful silk!)
Despite the assassination of Indira
Gandhi two days ago, Griddes rolls on.
Once again the strength of the Griddes
system is brought forth as it continues
to function smoothly in light of the
death of Gandhi, leader of the world's
While the assassination made all of us
a bit Sikh (sorry), it does reinforce our,
faith in this nation and our freedom to
play Griddes. That free, one-item,
small pizza from Pizza Bob's may have
a slightly bittersweet taste to it this
week, but it is still ours to pursue. So
bring your picks down to the Daily
Friday evening. Indira would have
wanted it that way.
1. MICHIGAN at Purdue
2. Indiana at Ohio State
3. Minnesota at Illin ois
4. Wisconsin at Iowa
5. Northwestern at Michigan St.
6. California at Washington
7. Missouri at Oklahoma
8. Texas at Texas Tech
9. Mississippi at Louisiana St.
10. Miami, Fla. at Louisville
11. No. Carolina at So. Carolina
12. Kansas St. at Oklahoma St.
13. Boston College at Penn St.
14. Auburn at Florida
15. Memphis St. at Georgia
16. Florida St. at Arizona St.
17. So. California at Stanford
18. Iowa St. at Nebraska
19. Duke at Georgia Tech
20. Frats against Fritz at Daily Libels
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