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The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 31, 1986 -Page 13

Wolverine

icers

By SCOTT SHAFFER
Come on baby, light myfire.
The time to hesitate is through for the
Wolverines.
There's no time to wallow in the
imediocrity of the CCHA.
THIS WEEKEND the hockey team
travels to Chicago for a two-game series
with the Illinois-Chicago Flames at the
UIC Pavilion.
"We haven't won on the road yet this
year and it'd important for us to do that,"
said Wolverine head coach Red Berenson.
"We've got to come back with a win."
Berenson's team is 2-4 and tied for fifth
place in the CCHA with the Flames,
whose 4-2 record includes two non-
conference wins. He heads into the Windy
City with one win in four tries at the
Pavilion over the last two seasons.

THUS FAR, the Wolverines have
been getting strong goaltending from the
freshman duo of Glen Neary (4.21 goals
against average) and Warren Sharples
(4.33), who figure to play one game each,
as they have all season. And while the
power play and penalty killing units have
been good, the offense has been a little
sluggish.
In an effort to light a fire under his
forwards, Berenson has shuffled around his
lines for UIC. The team's leading scorer,
Brad Jones, (7 goals, 9 assists, 16 points)
has been moved to left wing where he will
skate with Todd Brost (0,7-7) and Billy
Powers (1,1-2). Berenson is hoping that
Jones' skill in setting up goals (his 101
career assists are sixth on Michigan's all-
time list) will mean more goals from Brost
and Powers.
Jones' former linemate, Brad

look to
McCaughey (3,9-12) will play right wing
on a line with Mike Moes and Bryan
Deasley, while John Bjorkman (2,0-2) who
returned to the lineup three games ago after
missing most of last year with mono, will
center a line with Bruce Macnab and Jeff
Urban.
THESE NEW lines will debut against
an Illinois-Chicago team that is coming off
their best series of the season. The Flames
grounded Air Force twice last weekend as
forward Paul Pulis (4,2-6) scored a hat trick
in the first game.
Despite the hat trick, Pulis is only sixth
on the team in scoring. Rob Klenk (5,7-
12) is the squad's leading scorer, followed
closely by Jeff Nelson, who led the team in
scoring last year, and Paul Tory.
"We've been scoring a lot of goals but
we've also been giving them up a lot
lately. We don't want to get in any more

douse Flames
shootouts," said Rich Blakey, an assistant
coach under Val Belmonte.
Trying to keep the Flames out of a
shootout will be goalie Jim Hickey.
According to Blakey, Hickey (5.31) will
definitely start Friday's game and possibly
Saturday's, depending on his performance.
Should Hickey fail on Friday, Dave
DePinto (5.50) will take over in the nets
Saturday.
Berenson, who labels the Flames as a
"big, strong team", said yesterday:
"Friday's game is all-important. We must
get our game together and establish our
presence early."
For the fifth-place Wolverines, a team
whose roster sports ten freshmen, you
know that it would be untrue to say they
couldn't get much higher. Brad Jones
Come on, baby light my fire. ... changing positions

Harriers ready to run
in Big Ten title meet
BY JIM DOWNEY mistakes, they'll be vulnerable. Our
If anyone asks why the guys aren't afraid of anybody."
Wolverine cross country teams are ILLINOIS and Northwestern
tip-toeing toward Columbus this are teams which the Wolverines
weekend, the answer is simple. have already beaten this year.
They plan on surprising, the Indiana, a team laden with milers,
r competition at the Big Ten may be best suited to OSU's flat
Championships, which take place course.
Saturday at Ohio State. "Our goal at the beginning of
In the case of coach Ron the season was to finish better then
Warhurst's men's team, sneaking we had last year, but a fourth or
off with the conference crown is fifth place finish would be
within the realm of possibility. The disappointing," said Warhurst. "A
team is healthy and boasts senior top three finish is very realistic."
All-American Chris Brewster, the For the women, good efforts are
favorite to capture the meet's needed by all to match the third
individual crown. place finishes the team has enjoyed
JUNIOR Joe Schmidt, hamp - the past two years. A big plus for
ered recently by a bad back, is back the team is the return of senior
in top form. Sophomore John Kelli Bert, who will be making her
Scherer, who improved his times first appearance of the season in
this season, rounds out the solid set Columbus.
of frontrunners who lead the team. "Her presence will be a factor,"
"I'll put my top three guys said coach Sue Parks. "She has the
against anybody's," said Warhurst. potential to finish in the top fifteen
"The key for us lies in the in the Big Ten." Senior Melissa
performances of our fourth and fifth Thompson and freshman Mindy
people." Rollie Hudson, Brad Rowand have battled through up
Barquist, and Erik Koskinen expect and down seasons. Parks sees the
to vie for these spots. Wolverines falling anywhere from
The race shapes up to be a battle second to fifth, depending on how
among five teams: Michigan, the rest of the field performs.
Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and The consensus favorite to take
Northwestern. Wisconsin is the the meet is Wisconsin, the two-
team to beat."They're loaded," time defending NCAA champions.
Warhurst said. "If we run a good, Should everything go as planned
strong race and they make some by the Wolverine coaches there will
be no need to for the teams to tip-
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