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Baseball
Blue-Maize Games
Tomorrow and Sunday 1 p.m.
Ray Fisher Stadium
he Michigan Daily

SPORTS
Friday, November 7, 1986
ICERS SEEK CONFIDENCE AGAINST FERRIS STATE

Volleyball
vs. Indiana
Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.
IM Building
Page IC

4

Red sends

By DARREN JASEY
Michigan head coach Red
erenson has tutored his young
hockey team through what he calls
crash course in college hockey.
So far Michigan has barely passed
with a seventh- place standing in
.he Central Collegiate Hockey
Association.
But with Ferris State (1-7-0 in
the CCHA, 1-8-0 overall) coming
to Yost Ice Arena tonight, the
Wolverines hope to bring that grade
up a few points.
"It is the start of an important
homestand," said Berenson, whose
-6 team plays six of its next eight
at home. "A homestand we have to
use to build some momentum and
build some confidence and get some

points."
"WE'VE GOT to win to get
our confidence back," said junior
winger Billy Powers. "We have to
keep pace. There is that pack of
teams in the league bunched
together that we have to keep close
to so that later on we can make a
run at them."
Confidence, confidence,
confidence. It's a word that is often
overused but appropriate in
Michigan's case. One reason is that
the team has failed to put together a
string of victories. Another is the
sweep suffered at Illinois-Chicago
last week.
"It is a series between two
frustrated teams," said Ferris State's
head coach John Perpich, whose

icers
team may be less confident than
Berenson's. "It is not a good
weekend to be coming into
Michigan after their losses to
Illinois-Chicago."
LAST WEEKEND wasn't
Perpich's idea of fun, either. Last
weekend in Big Rapids, the
Bulldogs were swept 3-2 and 4-3 by
Lake Superior State.
Before that the Bulldogs dropped
four successive games to Michigan
State and Western Michigan. The
only Ferris State victory came
against Illinois-Chicago the first
weekend of the season.
"I don't view our team as being
a disapointment," said Perpich, who
is in his first year as head coach.
"We have to get untracked and

to the
improve our goal scoring. If we
score some goals then we would
have won a couple of these games
we lost."
"They are not being blown out
by teams," said Berenson. "They've
been in a lot of their games.
They've been a step away and a
player away from winning. They
could easily be in third place."
THE BULLDOGS will be
without two defensive starters for
the series. Freshman John Bergeron
suffered a collapsed lung two weeks
ago, and sophomore Dean Davies,
their only nonfreshman defenseman,
will sit out his second weekend of a
fighting suspension.
Two players Ferris State will
have are twin brothers Paul and

'Dogs
Peter Lowden. The senior duo lead
the Ferris State offense with 11 and
10 points, restpectivly.
"They are nifty players," said
Berenson. "They are very good with
the puck. If they have the room to
work with they're very effective."
As for Michigan's health, the
food poisoning that affected them
last weekend is history.
Fortunately, the full squad was
healthy by Wednesday's workout.

q

Powers
...keeping the pace

M spikers seek revenge
agaist OU, Idian

By JULIE HOLLMAN
The volleyball team will battle
with blocks and spikes during two
weekend Big Ten clashes in the
Intramural Building, against Ohio
State and Indiana.
The Wolverines are not sure

what to expect from Ohio Statg
since the Buckeyes' captain and all-
Big Ten player, Christy Newman;
is out with a broken foot. Even so,
the Buckeyes boast a quick back
court and a keen ability for digging
See SPIKERS, page 12

GRIDDE PICKS

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Ear

Ik~our
mo00.

1. MICHIGAN at Purdue
(Pick total points)
2. Northwestern at Ohio
State
3. Indiana at Michigan
State
4. Iowa at Illinois
5. Minnesota at Wisconsin
6. Maryland at Penn State
7. Miami, Fla at Pitt
8. Florida State at South
Carolina
9. Georgia vs. Florida at
Jacksonville
10. LSU vs. Alabama at
Birmingham

11. North Carolina at
Clemson
12. Nebraska at Iowa State
13. SMU at Notre Dame
14. Arkansas at Baylor
15. Houston at Texas
16. Arizona at Washington
State
17. Stanford at UCLA
18. Washington at Oregon
State
19. Morehead State at
Middle Tennessee State
20. DAILY. LIBELS at
Purduped

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