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Women's Gymnastics
vs. Ohio State and LSU
Saturday, 7 p.m.

SPORTS

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ON HARTMAN

trip of the season, the Michigan
to contend with some nasty
the grapplers from Illinois, In-
proved they were up to the task,
wins in three duel-meets despite
ure.

LEADING THE way were senior Joe McFarland,
freshman John Fisher and senior Scott Rechsteiner.
All three swept their respective matches.
Fisher, a 126-pounder, picked up his first win of the
trip in Thursday's 33-15 victory over Indiana, scoring
a 9-5 win over Jeff Bentley. McFarland came through
with a pin of Hoosier Todd Snooks, the 134-pound
Wolverine captain's first official match since suf-
fering a knee injury on December 10. Steve Richards
(158 pounds) and Kevin Hill (167 pounds) also pinned
their opponents, while 177-pound Rechsteiner won his
match by default.

The downer of the meet occurred when 190-pound
junior Ray Yerkes dislocated his shoulder while
wrestling in a rare start in place of senior Bill Elbin.
ACCORDING TO Wolverine head coach Dale Bahr,
118-pound sophomore William Waters was the key to
Saturday's 27-11 win over Illinois. Waters rolled up a
one-and-one-third point lead before recording the pin
over Illinois' Jeff Harp.
Following Waters in the lineup, Fisher and Mc-
Farland won three-point decisions without too much
trouble. Rechsteiner picked up his second win of the
trip with an 11-0 thrashing of Illini Dave Bourbor. And
158-pound junior Steve Richards turned in a sur-
prising pin. Richards is now 18-11 on the year.
Michigan jumped out to a whopping 16-0 lead in
Sunday's match with Purdue before finishing the
blowout, 34-10. Waters pinned his man to run his
record to 22-9, while McFarland dished out a 19-3
thrashing to make his record a sizzling 26-1.
FISHER TOOK a four-point decision 10-1. He now
leads the team in victories at 30-5. Bahr says that
Fisher, Waters and McFarland are probably the best

trip rivals
1-2-3 combination in the c9untry.
The Wolverines' three heaviest starters have been
nearly as impressive. Rechsteiner got his second pin
of the trip at Purdue's expense to go to 24-2. Bill Elbin
and heavyweight Kirk Trost each picked up his
second win in West Lafayette.
Trost blanked the Boilermakers' Calvin Vande
Hoef 16-0 for his 28th victory, second on the team.
Elbin breezed by Bob Picchioti, 11-4, to up his record
to 23-10-1.
In the absence of Tony Latora, who is sidelined with
a sore knee, Michigan lost all three matches in the
150-pound class. Latora's replacement, freshman
Guy Russo, lost the Purdue match by just two points,
however. "Give him another year and he'll be win-
ning those matches," said Bahr.
Bahr is glad the trip is over and said that the hectic
part of the season has ended as well. "We make one
gallant effort every two years to hit everybody... we
don't want to make two trips down there for three
schools," said the Wolverine helmsman. Michigan is
now 8-1, 4-0 in the Big Ten.

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Edwards is
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP)-LaVell
Edwards, coach of college football
national champion Brigham Young, has
been selected coach of the year in
balloting by the Football Writers
Association of America.
Edwards received 125 of the 373 votes
cast by members of the writers'
association, according to a release
Monday from the group's secretary,
Volney Meece of The Daily Oklahoman.
Following Edwards in number of

top coach
votes received were Jim Wacker of
Texas Christian, South Carolina's Joe
Morrison, Don James of Washington,
Army's Jim Young, Galen Hall of
Florida, Boston College's Jack
Bicknell and George Walsh of Virginia.
Edwards has coached Brigham
Young for 14 years. His last nine teams
have won Western Athletic Conference
championships, and the 1984 Cougars
were undefeated in 13 games.

Do you believe in want ads?
Former U.S. Olympic hockey coach Herb Brooks, left, ran out of miracles on
ice yesterday as he was fired after a four-year coaching stint with the New
York Rangers. He will be replaced by Craig Patrick, right, the club's vice
president and general manager.
CCHA Scorecard

CCHA Standings

Mike Rucinski, UIC................
Allan Butler, LSSC.................
Goaltending
GP1

(Overall)
Michigan State (25-3) ......
Lake Superior St. (16-12) ...
Bowling Green (13-15) .....
Western Michigan (14-13-1)
Illinois-Chicago (12-17) ....
Ohio State (11-14-2) ........
MICHIGAN (10-17-1) .......
Ferris State (11-16-1)......
,Miami(10-16-2) .........

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18
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17
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Bob Essensa, MSU...........
Norm Foster, MSU..........
Glenn Healy, WMU..........
Randy Exelby, LSSC ...........
Gary Kruzich, BGSU ........
Wayne Collins, BGSU.........
Rob Hughston, FSC.........
MARK CHAMP, UM........
Craig Shermoen, LSSC ........
Bob Krautsak, OSU ............

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GA AvgSwP ct
21 1.80 226..315
34 2.71 26,%*
63 3.15 648.91
62 3.57 397 .865
+67 3.68 577 .886
24 4.11 166 .874
75 4.12 562 .882
53 4.23 321 .858
28 4.31 153 .845
70 4.44 383 .845

WMPL
Hockey Poll
Pts.
1. Michigan State (25-3).....................98
2. Minnesota-Duluth (20-6-2) .................88
3. Minnesota (20-6-3) ........................71
4. Boston College (19-7-1) .........................69
5. RPI(16-2) .....................................67
6. Harvard (10-1-2)...............................49
7. North Dakota (17-10-1) .......................33
8. Clarkston (14-3-2)..............................27
9. Lake Superior State (16-2) .....................16
10.. Boston University (14-11-2) ................11

FRIDAY'S RESULTS
RPI 5, MICHIGAN 2
Ohio State 7, Bowling Green 3
Lake Superior 3, Western Michigan 2
Michigan State 3, Ferris State 1
Miami 7, Illinois-Chicago 6 (OT)
SATURDAY'S RESULTS
RPI 5, MICHIGAN 1
Bowling Green 7, Ohio State 4
Western Michigan 3, Lake Superior 2
Michigan State 7, Ferris State 3
Illinois-Chicago 10, Miami 6
FRIDAY'S GAMES
Michigan State at MICHIGAN
Lake Superior at Miami
Western Michigan at Ohio State
Illinois-Chicago at Ferris State
St. Lawrence at Bowling Green
SATURDAY'S GAMES
MICHIGAN at Michigan State
Lake Superior at Miami
Western Michigan at Ohio State
Illinois-Chicago at Ferris State
St. Lawrence at Bowling Green

They were best friends from the best of families.
Then they committed a crime against their country,
and became the two most wanted men in America.

CCHA LEADERS
Scoring
GP
Craig Simpson, MSU...............24
Ray Staszak, UIC .................. 24
Jamie Wansbrough, BGSU.........24
Colin Chin, UIC.................... 22
Peter Lowden, FSC................ 22
Paul Ysebaert, BGSU.............. 24
George Roll, BGSU ................ 24
Dan Dorion, WMU ...............22

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