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- The Michigan Daily - Friday, January 17, 1986
Wrestling
vs. Illinois, Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
vs. Purdue, Sunday 2 p.m.
Crisler Arena

SPORTS

Women's Basketball
vs. Minnesota
Tonight, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

The Michigan Daily

Friday, January 17, 1986

Page 8

Woman cagers look for two W's

By JON HARTMANN
"Go, go Gophers, watch 'em go, go,
go!"
That was the theme song of a
popular weekday cartoon a few years
back which involved two little In-
dians. But the Minnesota women's
basketball team (5-8) will be singing a
different tune (perhaps Randy
Newman's classic "Short People Got
No Reason . . .") as they storm into
Crisler Arena tonight with a lineup
that is 10 inches taller than
Michigan's.

Becker
... the Big Ten's best center?

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MINNESOTA'S second and third
biggest players, 6-2 forward Molly
Tadich and 6-0 forward Carl Paterka
(center Dianne Kinney is tallest at 6-4)
have done the most damage. "(Their
attack) is no mystery," said Van De
Wege. "(Those) two players account
for over 50 percent of their scoring,
rebounds and field goals."
Paterka and Tadich have combined
for 37 points and 21.3 rebounds per
game.
To beat the Gophers, Michigan
must take away Minnesota's inside
game. Van De Wege expects his
charges to sag to the inside, an ap-
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the Wolverines will entertain the 9-3
Iowa Hawkeyes, who are tied for first
place with Ohio State and have no ap-
parent weakensses except for perhaps
their tendency to fall to the level of a
lesser opponent.
"They only beat Iowa State by six"
said Van De Wege. "And on their
home floor, they were down by 11 at
the half to Minnesota and only won by
three."
Iowa may have the best center in
the Big Ten in Lisa Becker, a 6-4
senior from Cedar Rapids, Indiana.
Despite playing only 27 minutes a
game, Becker is averaging 11.7 points

Matmen to face troubled Illini

By PAUL MELOAN
If Michigan head coach Dale Bahr
is looking for a confidence builder for
his wrestling team, this Saturday
night's match with Illinois might just
do the trick. The Illini have been
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plagued by injuries and they may not
be as strong as their 3-0 dual meet in-
dicates.
William Waters will wrestle again
in the lead-off spot at 118 pounds.
Coming off an impressive Big Ten
opener against Indiana, he'll face
sophomore Michael O'Brien. O'Brien,
who usually wrestles at 126 and has
had trouble making weight, is
wrestling in place of last year's All-
American candidate Jeff Harp, who
has been sidelined with an ear infec-
tion.
MANY wrestlers on Illinois coach

Ron Clinton's squad have been jum-
ping around from weight class to
weight class. Usual 134 pounder Keith
Healy and Phil Callahan at 142 have
swapped positions, sending Callahan
to meet Kyle Garcia and Healy again-
st Rickey Moore. 158-pounder David
Baird and Derrick Williams at ;167
have had to drop down one weight
class due to injuries. Sophomore
Kevin Motlowitz will be making only
his second dual meet appearance in
the 190 slot. He debuts tonight against
Michigan State.
It is still not certain whether
heavyweight Brian McCraken will be
able to wrestle. If he cannot,Dave
Barbour will fill in.
Michigan is undoubtedly the
toughest opponent yet for Illinois. If1e
Illini's record of 3-0 has been padd~d
by victories against the likes gf
Illinois State, Southwest Missouri
State, and Drake. I),
Michgian better get to bed right gf-
ter the Illinois match in order to rdt
up for their match against Purdue
Sunday afternoon. Bothrmatches will
take place in Crisler Arena.

and 6.6 rebounds to lead a balanced
Hawkeye offense (every other
Hawkeye is in single digits) in both
categories. And Becker is shooting a
sizzling .667 (16 for 24) in Big Ten
competition.
After Becker, Van De Wege says the
matchups are "pretty good,"
although he gives Iowa the advan-
tage. "They are probably a quicker-
team, and statistically, they're one of
the best defensive teams in the
league. They're willing to play a low-
scoring game to win," he said.
The Hawkeyes have won their last
five games with Michigan,

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By LISA CHERNEV
Bad things happen in threes, or 'o
the superstition holds.
The Ohio State women' s swimming
team, which comes to Ann Arbor this
Saturday (2 p.m.) to face the
Wolverines at Matt Mann pool won'l
be worrying about superstitionm,
however. The Buckeyes have been.
the Big Ten champions for the past
three seasons *and according to
Michigan head coach Jim Richar-
dson, they are again a dominating
force in the conference this season. ,
THE Wolverines (0-1 in the Big Ten)
look to give Ohio State a good fight;,
with the main punches coming from
breaststrokers Kristi Vedejs, an A-
American, and freshman Candice
Quinn."0
"I'm not terribly concerned about
the final score," said Richardson. "At
this stage for us (being young and
inexperienced) we need to be more
concerned with keeping a sustained
effort from beginning to end."
Ohio State brings with them three
All-Americans:Janelle Bosse (Big
Ten swimmer of the year for 19850,
Theresa Fightmaster, and Gail Ar-
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The Michigan diving squad will also
participate in the meet against Ohio
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divers will fare well against the
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American divers. "I wouldn't trade
our divers for any other team in the
country."
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STRATEGIES & TACTICS OF
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7:30 p.m.
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7:30 p.m.
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7:00 p.m.
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