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The Michigan Daily
Tuesday, March 10, 1987
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FOUR WOLVERINES QUALIFY FOR NCAA NA TIONALS
By DARREN JASEY
Brad Jones, Michigan's second
all-time leading scorer, was called
up to play by the Winnipeg Jets
of the National Hockey League.
Jones headed to Manatoba last
The Jets drafted Jones four
According to Winnipeg general
manager John Ferguson, Jones
will be with the club for two
weeks and will probably play in
no more than five games. The
Jones' quickness. Winnipeg is in
third place, eight points behind
league-leading Edmonton and one
"I need him," Ferguson said.
"It's just before the trading
deadline and I think he's ready to
get a chance to play in the
DESPITE ALL the high
praise Jones will not continue to
play professionally after the stint.
"He's a very skilled player,"
said Ferguson. "We would turn
him professional at this time but
he's got a good chance at playing
in the Olympics next February."
Jones can play up to nine
professional games before he
becomes ineligible for the
The Sterling Heights resident
will also compete alongside
several U.S. Olympic hopefuls
this May when he competes in the
Pravda Cup in Europe.
A first team all-CCHA
selection this past season, Jones
scored 78 points (32 goals, 46
assists) for the Wolverines. He
played his last game in a
Michigan uniform last March 1st
against Michigan State.
Despite winning the regular
season CCHA crown, Bowling
Green is not going anywhere until
they find a way to beat Michigan
The Falcons, who finished 24-
6-2 in league play - compared to
MSU's 23-8-1, were unable to
beat the Spartans for the fifth time
this year (0-4-1). This time they
fell short in last Saturday night's
CCHA championship game, 4-3
in an overtime thriller.
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By IAN RATNER
Mercifully, Michigan's wrestlers
concluded their team competitions
Saturday with a seventh-place finish
at the Big Ten Tournament in
Upsets and inconsistency
characterized the grappler's
performance as they managed only
56 points compared to champion
Iowa which tallied 153 points en
route to its 14th consecutive Big
One bright spot for Michigan,
however, was sophomore John
Fisher, who won the title at 134
pounds. Fisher coasted through the
tournament, outscoring his
opponents 24-3. He beat
Northwestern's Joe Bales in the
finals to bring his record to an
"IT FELT GREAT," said
Fisher, who is expected to be
highly seeded in next weekend's
"He dominated his weight class,"
said Michigan head .coach Dale
Aside from Fisher's title, this
weekend's disappointing finish
capped a series of setbacks which
the Michigan wrestlers have endured
"All the injuries this year have
been tough and Mike Murdoch's
injury (still hospitalized following
a car accident) affected us
psychologically," said Bahr. "But I
was never frustrated with the kids,
they have tried so hard."
MICHIGAN'S BIG Ten
Tournament lowlights included an
opening-round loss by sophomore
Joe Pantaleo. The 158 pounder was
seeded second in the tournament and
ranked sixth nationally. Said Bahr,
"I think he got himself too worked
up for the first match."
Pantaleo did manage to salvage
third place, but he failed to
challenge his nemesis and eventual
Big Ten Champion, Wisconsin's
McShane had beaten Pantaleo
three times during the regular
Pantaleo was surprised in the
quarterfinals, 11-6, by unheralded
John Heffernan of Iowa. Yet, he
sounded unfazed by his
disappointing showing in the
"I KNOW I'M the best
wrestler in the Big Ten (at 158
pounds), said Pantaleo, "and I'll
th i Big Ten's
prove it at the nationals." percent for the nationals and I'm
Michigan will send four going to be national champion."
wrestlers - Pantaleo, Fisher, Doug Sophomore Mike Amine,.
Wyland (118 pounds), and Mike wrestling in the league's toughest
Amine (167 pounds) - to the division, placed fifth but was
NCAA Nationals in College Park, awarded one of the two wild card
Md., March 19, 20, 21. berths as selected by the Big Ten
The top four finishers in each coaches.
weight class of the Big Ten receive HELP WANTED
bids to the nationals. Doug
Wyland, seeded second going into $3 65 hr
the Big Ten's, came away with Apply eit rs.
third place. BURGER KING
"I have higher goals than third 53o E. LIBERTY
place," said Wyland. "I'll be 100
IT'S TIME FOR
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senior is still expected to finish
classes and graduate on time this
THE FORMER Michigan
tenter may be seen by Ann Arbor
residents on Sunday March, 15
when Winnipeg hosts the Detroit
,..Red Wings. The game willbe
televised by PASS.
Ferguson said that Jones will
not be on trial. The Jets, who are
in the midst of a close three-team
race in the Smythe division like
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By KENNETH B.
Matt Butler and Earl Parris ran
their fastest half-miles of the season
Q minute, 52.21 seconds and
1 '52.22, respectively) and the
men's track team won nine of
fourteen events at the informal
Silverston Invitational meet
Saturday in Ann Arbor.
The meet was considered a low-
key meeting of schools from
southeastern Michigan. For Parris
and Butler it was a warmup for the
NCAA Indoor Track and Field
Championships in Oklahoma City
The track teams will be
represented by the men's 3,200
meter relay of Butler, Parris, Rollie
Hudson, and Omar Davidson,
currently ranked fourth in the
Michigan's only individual
qualifiers for the championships,
Kelli Bert, 1000 meter run, and
Chris Brewster, 3,000 meter run,
took the weekend off.
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