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Page 10 -The Michigan Daily -Friday, October 11, 1985
lklxGoaltending lacks collegiate exerence

By MARK BOROWSKY
When a hockey team allows more
than 50 goals than it scores in a 40
game season, it's going to have
problems. So for Michigan to improve
on its 151 goals scored to 208 goals
allowed ratio of last season, head
coach Red Berenson knows that part
of the improvement will depend on his
goalies.
"The goalkeeping will have to be
good," said Berenson, who in his
second year as the Wolverines' coach,
saw the departure of senior goalies

Mark Chiamp and Jon Elliott.
"(Goalkeeping) could mean a big dif-
ference in our season."
WHICH IS like saying pitching
makes a big difference in baseball,
verbs make a big difference in sen-
tences, or classes make a big dif-
ference in going to college. One
without the other isn't quite a com-
plete product, nor is it very good.
Add to that the fact Michigan's
defense had its problems last year,
and the goalkeeping situation become
crucial for a successful Wolverine

season.
"Last year we didn't have a lot of
defense," said sophomore Tim
Makris, who is Michigan's only retur-
ning goalie. "The majority of games
there would be 35 to 40 shots, when you
only should see 25 or 30."
MAKRIS (5-10, 167) saw limited
time last year, playing in 10 games
posting a 3-7-0 record and 6.65 goals
against average. His competition for
the starting spot comes from two
freshmen, recruit Bob Lindgren and
walk-on Mike Rossi. The level of play

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from each hasn't been disparaging,
and no one is inxing in a starter for
tonight.
"At this point we don't see a big dif-
ference," said Berenson. '
"We don't really have one goalie
way above the other," said assistant
coach Stephan Popa, who works
specifically with the goalies. "They'll
all have to earn their spot (in the line
up)."
He knows all too well the goalie's
importance for this team. "If we get
consistent goaltending, the team as a
whole will have more confidence. The
team will take more risks because
they've got the goaltending behind
them."
Having been with the team last
year, Popa saw Makris in action and
knows his strengths and weaknesses:
"(Makris) has good quickness and
he's been there before. He knows what
it's all about."
"KNOWING WHAT it's all about"
is one thing; "doing it all the time" is
another. Consistency is Makris's
main weakness and is something that
Popa has been focusing on.
Makris himself admits to having
played inconsistently in the '84-85
season, even to the point of from
period to period. "I'd have a really
strong first period, then I wouldn't
play so well in the second or third."
Makris will probably share time in
the net with Lindgren (5-10, 186), who
was recruited out of Minneapolis and
was a four year all-city goalie at
Roosevelt High School. Popa sees
Lindgren as being "real concentrated
in his movement and his positioning.
He always seems to be in the right
place at the right time. Bob's a great
stand-up goalie and he doesn't get in-
timidated."
WEAKNESSES? Like any other
freshman, Lindgren's biggest
weakness is . lack of experience
playing at the college level. "I think
the main thing with experience is get-
ting into games," Lindgren said.
"He (Lindgren) just needs to get
used to the quickness of the release
(in college hockey)," said Popa. "On-
ce he gets that, he's going to be really
tough."

STILL, HAVING ONLY two fresh-
men and one sophomore, no matter
how talented, is not the ideal situation
for Berenson. Can they do the job at
the college level with so little experien
between them? "That's a question

mark," Berenson admits. "I feel very
confident that Tim Makris and Bobby
Lindgren have enough experience
that they should be able to step right
in and play. Time will tell."

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1985 ESCORT GT, Char/ext Bk/Int, LN, 5,800
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'73 PONTIAC VENTURA, A-1 Condition.
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MOPED FOR SALE !!
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SHARP PC-1250 Programmable Scientific Com-
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packages. $100.00. 995-1802. 1B1015
- ATTENTION STUDENTS -
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Household items, furniture, jewelry, vin-
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'74 OPEL MANTA - Good condition, many new
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77 BLAZER 4 wheel drive, power steering, power
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ACROSS
1 "Picnic"
playwright
5 Moves rest-
lessly
9 Entertainer
Anka
13 Blackbird
14 Actress -
Anouk
15 Land measure
16 "Diary of-
Housewife"
17 Stadium area
19 Large block of
stone
21 Amino and
boric
22 Smelter waste
23 Musial
24 Member of the
highest court in
old Athens
26 Youngster
30 Blue dye plants
31 Started a card
game
32 Hwy.
33 Part of AD
34 Land of
magical charm
35 Sounds from
the stadium
36 Inlet
37 Classifies
38 Crescent-
shaped object,
old style
39 Cape Cod town
41 Ignite
42 "All good
things are

57 Nucleic acids,
for short
DOWN
1 Muslim leader
2 Verne's
captain
3 Venice's main
route
4 Realm of riches
5 Rafter supports
6 Oriental nurse
7 Study
8 With a solemn
manner
9 Verdigris
10 Prep. school
11 Coffee servers
12 Took the helm
14 Grazefor a
fixed rate
18 Meager
20 Privation
23 Chars
24 Sleepy or
Bashful'
25 Aegean area of
yore
26 Canines
27 Wyoming peak

28 Merman
29 Remainder: Fr.
31 Pub game
34 Links group.
35 What still water
does?
37 Hale
38 Waterfall, in
Scotland
40 Lamented

41 South African
village
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45 Demolish
46 "- horse!"
47 Lab heater
48 Impudence
49 Part of India
50 Pin down

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BETH - CONGRATULATIONS on A E Phi!
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ALPHA DELTA PI wants to welcome it's 40
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straining on blood flow and pressure. On
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$20. For further information call 763-6122.
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of the 12-14 week studies. Call UM Department of
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further details. 07H1015
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WANT TO HELP WOMEN decrease dependence
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CALL 217-384-1920
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82H1011
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RUMMAGE SALE, First Baptist Church, 502
E. Huron - October 11, 9-6; October 12, 9-1.
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SHARE TWO BEDROOM apartment on Geddes !i
Road in Albert Terrace, $179.00 month plus "
$240.00 deposit, if interested call 663-7802 ask
for Benjamin. 87S1018

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and everything you need from the drugstore.
Village Apothecary. 1112 S. University. cFct

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