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Hall of Fame Bowl tickets
on sale.
Michigan Ticket Department

SPORTS
Wednesday, November 25, 1987

Women's Basketball
vs. Indianapolis
Saturday, 2 p.m.
Crisler Arena

,

The Michigan Daily

Page 7

Superior team
First-place Lakers host Wolverine icers

By ADAM SCHRAGER
The battle between the established and the up-
and-coming has been chronicled many times in
the world of sports and this weekend's hockey
series between Michigan and Lake Superior State
University is a perfect example of this
confrontation.
Over the past three years, Lake Superior has
won 20 or more games, and with 10 victories
already this season, another 20-win season is
virtually guaranteed. On the other hand,
Michigan has not won 20 games in a season for
seven years, and has just recently become known
as a contender in the Central Collegiate Hockey
Association.
"They (Michigan) are where they should be in
the standings (tied for fourth place currently),"
said Lake Superior head coach Frank Anzalone.
"Everyone in Ann Arbor must be saying it's
about time that this team is contending, but they

are for real. They have good talent and youth and
can only get better."
LAKE SUPERIOR, (10-2-2 overall, 8-2-2
in CCHA), a team containing 14 first-year
players, has not lost anything talent-wise from
the team that finished third in the conference last
season. Lake Superior vaulted into first place in
the CCHA this past weekend with a tie and a
victory on the road at Illinois-Chicago.
Offensively, the Lakers contain as much
punch as their National Basketball Association
counterparts. Junior right wingers Mike de Carle
(15-12-27) and Mark Vermette (17-8-25) have led
Magic Johnson-like rushes to score the second-
most goals of any team in the CCHA.
On the defensive end, sophomore goalie Mike
Greenlay has been tremendous. In his last three
games, he has allowed just seven goals for a 2.21
goals-against average. The loss of four-year
goalie Randy Exelby has been covered by the

inspired play of newcomer Bruce Hoffort, who is
the fifth-ranked goalie in the CCHA.
MICHIGAN, (7-7), is coming off two
home-and-home weekend splits against Michigan
State and Western Michigan. This weekend's
series marks the Wolverines tenth and eleventh
road games of the year. Last season, the
Wolverines captured three points at Lake
Superior with a tie and a victory.
While many would still view playing the No.
1 team in the conference at home as a
disadvantage, coach Anzalone would disagree
greatly.
"We are not playing well at home," said
Anzalone, whose team is 5-2-1 in Sault Ste.
Marie this season. "We shouldn't have lost our
two games here. Teams are coming here to play
us at an intensity that we don't have. We are an
erratic team at home and I hope it does not cost
us in the future."

Doily Photo by JOHN MUNSON
Michigan's Tim Helber (middle) fends off a Spartan while teammate
Randy Kwong gathers in the puck and heads up ice. The Wolverines take
on CCHA-leading Lake Superior State this weekend.

" Bruising Earle's ego some more
By STEVEN GINNS

.- J .. s ... .. s .... v

Here are the top ten reasons Earle
Bruce was fired:
10. It was meant to inspire the
Buckeyes to beat Michigan.
9. He is next in line for the vacant
seat on the Supreme Court.
8. He was too upset over Bruce's
Big and Fat clothing store in Toledo.
7. He'd rather be the OSU mascot.
6. He had an offer to appear on the
cover of GQ Magazine.
5. He dresses like a mortician.
4. Art Schlicter bet that he would
not get fired (Schlicter lost again).
3. He was elected president of the
hat-of-the-month club.
2. He set a bad example for colleges
like SMU to follow.
1. He needed time to find a
personality.
-OSU should hire MSU head
coach George (thank heaven for
Lorenzo White) Perles so Wolverine
fans can hate him even more.
-Surprised no Big Ten team was
able to stop the Spartans this year?
Just break Lorenzo White's legs.
-The word pass does not exist in
George Perles' dictionary.

THE SPORTING VIEWS

Eric Dickerson may finally be happy. After not
receiving enough money to play football in
college at SMU, he decided to turn pro. He spent
a few miserable years not earning enough money
playing for the LA Rams... Wonder who paid
him more - SMU or the Rams?

will be the battle for the No. 1 pick
in next year's NFL draft. It probably
will be Notre Dame's Tim Brown.
-Great call by a referee during a
Lions game: "Offensive holding on
the offense."
-The powers that be in profes-
sional hockey, basketball, and foot-
ball should consider forcing coaches
to dress in their team's uniforms.
Chicago Bears coach Mike Ditka
would look great in a Bears uniform.
But can you picture Piston coach
Chuck Daly, Mr. GQ, wearing a
Pistons uniform during a game?
Maybe it would not be such a good
idea.
-It finally looks like Pistons for-
ward Adrian Dantley has recovered
from his head-on collision with
guard Vinnie Johnson during game 7
in last years playoffs against the
Boston Celtics. His 45 points
againstethe Bulls on Saturday night
will attest to that.
-Detroit Red Wing Bob Probert
announced his retirement from
hockey. Apparently he has signed a
contract to fight heavyweight cham-
pion Mike Tyson.

CCHA
Standings
(overall) W L T I
Lake Sup.(10-2-2) 8 2 2
Mich. St. (8-3-1) 8 3 1
B. Green (8-4-1) 7 4 1
W. Mich. (8-6) 7 5 0
MICHIGAN (7-7) 7 7 0
Ohio State (5-5-4) 3 5 4
11.-Chic. (4-7-1) 4 7 1
Ferris St. (4.9-1) 4 9 1
Miami (5-9) 3 9 0
CCHA Leaders

Scoring
GP G
Fridgen, FSC 13 11
Parks, BGU 12 9
de Carle, LSS 12 13
Meharry, BGU 12 13
Green, WMU 12 12
Emerson, BGU 12 10
Vermette, LSS 12 14
Polillo, WMU 12 6
Anderson, OSU 12 3
Rutherford, OSU 12 9
Brown, UM 14 9
dePourcq, FSC 14 8
Posma, WMU 12 6
McR'nolds, MSU 12 5

A
13
15
10
10
11
12
7
15
18
9
9
9
11
12

Scorecard

Pts
18
17
15
14
14
10
9
9
6
Pts
24
24
23
23
23
22
21
21
21
18
18
17
17
17

Stewart, MSU 6 19
Greenlay, LSS 7 22
Hoffort, LSS 6 20
Depinto, UIC 5 18
McKichan, MIA9 33
Neary, UM 4 13
Fanning, OSU 9 32
Connell, BGU 7 32

Paluch, BGU 12 3 141
Gribble, BGU 12 9 7 1
McCaughey, UM 14 9 7 1
Stauber, LSS 12 6 101
Nelson, UIC 12 8 7 1
Goaltending
GP GA Avg Pct.
Muzz'ti, MSU 6 16 2.59 .890
Horn, WMU 1134 3.06 .904

17
16
16
15
15

3.18
3.23
3.48
3.92
4.06
4.15.
4.40
4.42

.868
.888
.873
.883
.885
.869
.869
.829

-Michigan State is in the Rose
Bowl, while earthquakes are
occurring in Southern California -
bet there's a connection
-Mr. Discontent, Indianapolis
Colts running back Eric Dickerson,
may finally be happy. After not re-
ceiving enough money to play foot-
ball in college at SMU, he decided to
turn pro. He spent a few miserable
years not earning enough money

playing for the LA Rams. From
there is was traded to the Colts, be-
coming a millionaire. Wonder who
paid him more - SMU or the
Rams?
*The Minnesota Vikings are
keeping Alcoholics Anonymous in
business in the Minneapolis area.
Currently six Vikings are charter
members.
-The Lions' Thanksgiving Day
game against the Kansas City Chiefs

Sharples, UM 1151 4.66. .861
FRIDAY'S GAMES
Michigan State at Bowling Green
Western Michigan at Ohio State
UIC at Miami
Michigan at Lake Superior
SATURDAY'S GAMES
Western Michigan at Ohio State
UIC at Miami
Michigan at Lake Superior

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