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Page 14 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, January 16, 1987

M'

not expecting

day

off

vs.

Ferris

By DARREN JASEY
Since Michigan wasn't
emotional for last weekend's sweep
by Illinois-Chicago, head coach Red
Berenson hates to think about the
hockey team's spirits going into
this weekend's series at Ferris
State.
"Last weekend was a must
weekend because of where we
wanted to be," Berenson said. This
weekend is a must weekend because
of where we don't want to be."
That is last place. The
Wolverines had every reason to be
at the peak of their game against
UIC. The series was at home, and,
more importantly, two wins would

have put the Wolverines within
striking distance of fourth place in
the Central Collegiate Hockey
Association.
In addition, Wolverines were
smarting after the Flames rubbed
their noses in the stench of 5-2, 13-
3 losses at the UIC Pavilion last
Halloween.
BUT THEY came up flat,
losing 7-4 and 7-2.
Ferris State (11-17, 7-15 in the
CCHA) and Michigan (8-18, 7-15)
are only two points above last place
Miami. Given the -stakes, both
coaches expect a battle. However,
they don't expect the kind of
battling that occurred the last game

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the two teams played. The game
didn't go into overtime, but the
players' fists did.
"It was one of those things that
just happened," Ferris State's
rookie head coach John Perpich said
of the bench-clearing brawl. "It was
unfortunate and I know Red wishes
it wouldn't have happened.
"We're two teams desperately
trying to improve our positions,
but we really don't need that kind of
thing to happen."
WHILE Michigan floundered
last weekend, the Bulldogs moved
out of last place by splitting with
Lake Superior State. Ferris State
has won three of its last four
contests.
Perpich credits the recent
productivity of his second and third
lines for.the Bulldog's recent
success. "We're getting a little
more consistency from our other
forwards," Perpich said. "This has
taken the burden away from our top
line."
Ferris State's top line includes
none other than the Lowden
twins-Peter and Paul. Around Big
Rapids the names Peter and Paul
have become as famous as the
names Tony and Phil Esposito once
were in the National Hockey
League.
"They have the ability to put
the puck in the net consistently,"
said Perpich. "They have a knack
for finding one another."
Peter Lowden leads the Bulldogs
with 21 goals and 44 points, while
his brother's 31 points rank third
on the team.
SANDWICHED between the
Lowdens is Rod Schluter with 35
points. A redshirt sophomore, he
has been the leader of the Bulldogs'

Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSOI
The goal crease has been a popular spot for the Wolverines' opponents this year. Goaltender Warren Sharples
and defenseman Randy Kwong will try to bring Michigan's lofty 6.00 goals against average down at Ferris
State this weekend.

second-liners. The Bulldogs' MVP
his freshman season, Schluter has
returned to form after sitting out
most of last season with a leg
injury.
The Bulldogs' new found fire-
power is the last thing that the
Wolverines need. Michigan has
surrendered 36 goals in its last five

games. Not surprisingly, Berenson
has his team thinking defense for
the upcoming games.
"Sometimes we don't play with
safety in mind," the Michigan
coach said. "It's like driving a car.
If you drive offensively then you'll
probably get into an accident,
whereas if you drive defensively

then you won't."
As for the possibilities of a
Michigan sweep Berenson doesn't
even want to think about it yet.
"Michigan never talks sweep until
they win the first game," Berenson
said. "We went into last weekend
looking for a sweep and..." 4
... and let's not talk about last
weekend anymore.

SPOR TS OF THE DAILY;

osU

tumblers vault into Crisler tonight

BY JULIE HOLLMAN
They are geared up and ready to
tumble head first into battle with
one of Michigan's toughest rivals.
And the men's and women's
gymnastics teams will have no
reason to hold back: they will be
the underdogs at Crisler Arena
tomorrow night at 8:00 against the
Ohio State Buckeyes.
For both the mens' and womens'

teams, the Buckeyes would make a
worthy feast since they are perched
on the upper rungs of the Big Ten.
Both teams realize, however,
against OSU they may be biting off
more than they can chew.
"OHIO STATE has a nat-
ionally contending team and they
will be hard to beat," said junior
Mitch Rose, the men's captain.
"They always turn in consistent

performances and produce 9.0
averages in all the events."
Women's coach Dana
Kempthorne also expressed concern
about Ohio State's consistency and
strength. She noted that the
Buckeyes do ngt have a weak event,
and in their last meet they scored a
181, eight points better than
Michigan's showing (173) last
week against Western Missouri.
Kempthorne, who has set a goal
of 178 to 180 points against the
Buckeyes, stressed that the key to a
competitive effort will be
execution."We have to eliminate
misses since last week we were hurt
by falls," she said..

The Michigan women's team is
young and boasts only five
competing returnees. Seven
freshmen also contribute and
Kempthome feels they need more
experience before they become
comfortable with the Big Ten
conference. The Wolverines main
punch will come from Angela
Williams, Heidi Cohen, and Janne
Kleptek.
The men's team will also look
to their veterans when they attempt
to break 270. Like the women's
squad, the men will concentrate on
hitting routines and turning in a
solid team performance.

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