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Men's Volleyball
vs. Miami of Ohio
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
CCRB

SPORTS

Men's and Women's Gymnastics
vs. Ohio State
Saturday, 8 p.m.
Crisler Arena

The Michigan Doily Thursday, January 15, 1987 Fag 7

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Michigan's Deasley combines size
22:0with skill to share brfrht future

By PETE STEINERT
When Wolverine forward Bryan
Deasley takes the ice for his regular
shift, his number, 22, catches
attention. His 6-2, 200-pound frame
is hard to miss.
With his large build, one will
usually find him around all the
action, whether it be scrapping for a
loose puck in the corners or
fighting for position if front of the
opposition's net. The freshman
Deasley is making a name for
himself around the CCHA as an
aggressive, hard-checking forward.
"I'd try to treat him a lot like
lain Duncan (Bowling Green's 6-1,
204 pound forward), like a fullback
in football," said Lake Superior
State's head coach Frank Anzalone.
"HE'S ADDED a lot of
toughness onto our team," noted

Michigan's Brad Jones. "He's a big,
strong left winger."
"Coach (Berenson) likes me to
really check," Deasley said. "That's
a big part of my game - playing
in the offensive zone, forechecking,
getting the team going with a big
bodycheck."
Hockey players do not come
much bigger than Deasley. This
partially explains why he has made
the transition to Division I
collegiate hockey, in his case, from
his St. Michael's junior B team in
Toronto, quicker than others.
"He's been able to fit in and play
at this level as easy as any of our
freshmen," head coach Red
Berenson said.
"I LIKE to use my size to my
advantage," he said. "There aren't a
lot of guys bigger than me so I like

to use that the best I can and take
advantage of it to get to the net and
score or get the puck to someone
else so they can."
Despite Deasley's
aggressiveness, he avoids the
penalty box for the most part, a
problem for physical players. His
15 penalties in 24 games proves it.
"He'll hit you as hard as any
player in the league," Berenson
said, "and on the other hand, if you
retaliate against, he's under control
enough not to take a stupid penalty.
But you can believe that you'll be
hearing from him again."
"I don't like sitting in the box
any more than the next guy does,"
Deasley said. "I like to play it
rough but play the game clean."
DO NOT be misled, however.
The North York, Ontario native
likes to do more than just sandwich
opponents into the boards. His
smarts on the ice and his other
talents separate him from the so
called, hockey goons.
"He's the kind of kid that I think
as time goes on, he could be a good
two-way player," Berenson said.
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"His offensive skills are good for
a kid that size. Normally, you get a
big kid at that age, and he=s limited
in his ability because he hasn't
developed, he hasn't gotten
everything together yet."
Deasley obviously had it
together in the Wolverines' season
opener against Bowling Green when
he scored his first collegiate goal on
his first shot. A two-goal game
against Michigan State also
highlights his season.
HIS 16 points (9 goals, 7
assists) tops Michigan's ten

freshmen in scoring.
"Right now I'm doing all right,"
he said. "I've got a few goals. I've
contributed, but I know I can do
much better, and that's what I'm
aiming to do."
Deasley's credentials will make
him a good shot at the June NHL
draft, according to Berenson. Scouts
at the games give Deasley a good
look.
"I think he'll be drafted fairly
high because he's a big kid,"
Berenson said, "and he's a pro-type
player. He's the kind of player

they're looking for."
"I haven't put a lot of thought
into it (the draft), Deasley said, "but
it is on my mind. Right now I'm
really concerned with how well the
team's doing and getting the team
going."
At 18 years of age, Deasley has
a lot going for him for one so
young. He is a hockey player with
a future. You might say he is
playing it up big, something that
he has grown well accustomed to
doing.

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As an advocate of reason,
egoism and capitalism,
0 seek to reach the men of
the intellect- wherever such
may still befound."
Ayn Rand
s Dr. Leonard Peikoff, author of
The Ominous Parallels, offers a
12 lecture course on Ayn Rand's
philosophy, Objectivism.
Miss Rand participates in most
of the question periods. Recorded
live in New York, this course
will soon be given on tape in this
area. Please call for details.
A free descriptive brochure is
available on request.
contact
Uof M Students of Objectivism
Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSON 3909 Michigan Union
Talented freshman forward Bryan Deasley congratulates teammate Myles 663-5589
O'Connor after a goal. Deasley leads Michigan freshmen in scoring with nine
goals.
Scores ATTENTION LACROSSE PLAYERS
Boston 117, Dallas 108 .~ The University of Michigan Lacrosse Team

Presen t
MEN'S and WOMEN'S
- on - 3 Basketball

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" Single Elimination & Regional Tournaments held in Ann Arbor
" Championship Game of Regionals to be played in the
Pontiac Silverdome before Piston's Game
" Single Elimination Tournament Deadline: Jan. 19, 1987
Tournament Dates:

Sat., January 24,1987

at Intramural
Sports Bldg.

NO ENTRY FEE.

ALL PARTICIPANTS GET PRIZES

(Regionals Played in March, 1987)
For more information & eligibility rules call Jan Wells at 763-3562

Detroit 104, Cleveland 87
Philadelphia 96, Atlanta 93
Washington 118, New Jersey 100
College Hoops
Purdue 86, Minnesota 59
EMU 67, Toledo 61
Duke 85, Maryland 81
Iowa 91, Illinois 88, OT
t. John's 70, Brooklyn Coll. 48
Kentucky 67, Florida 62

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FRIDAY, JANUARY-16
at The Colisum 6 pm -8pm
For Further Information Call 747-6426
Team T-Shirts Available at Moe's Sport Shop {

Financial Analyst Positions
Salomon Brothers Inc wants to hire bright, ambitious undergraduates
to work as Financial Analysts in our Corporate Finance Department.
No experience is required and degree candidates for any major are
welcome to apply. A description of the financial analyst position
Is on file at the placement office. Please send your resume
and a cover letter by January 28, 1987 to:
Stephanie M. Asphar
SALOMON BROTHERS INC
One New York Plaza
New York, New York 10004
Equal Opportunity Employer
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COME JOIN OUR STAFF
The University of Michigan Housing Division
RESIDENCE HALL POSITIONS 1987-88
The Housing Division is looking for well-qualified candidates to serve as resident staff
members in Residence Halls. We specifically are looking for students interested in:
-Serving as positive academic and group living role models
-Fostering a spirit of community
-Developing and strengthening leadership, communication and group skills and
-Developing programs for a diverse student population.
THERE WILL BE TWO INFORMATION MEETINGS:
Sunday, January 25, 1987 - 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Tuesday, January 27, 1987 - 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
IN AUDITORIUM 3 - MODERN LANGUAGE BUILDING
Representatives from the Housing Division will be there to provide information and
answer questions regarding candidate qualifications, selection processes and job
expectations. Applications are available only at these meetings.
ALL NEW APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND
ONE OF THESE MEETINGS
An Equal'Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer

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