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Hockey
vs. Boston College
Tonight and Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

SPORTS

Hall of Fame Bowl tickets
on sale
Michigan Ticket Department

The Michigan Daily

Friday, December 4, 1987

Page 11

Fired-up Michicrw icers look
to shoot down eastern Eagles

By DOUGLAS VOLAN
It's been a long time since the Wolve have
been so ready to play a hockey series. This weekend's
home games with Boston College are what the
Wolverines have been waiting for all season.
"The kids on our team from Boston have been
talking about the quality of play (in the east) all year,"
said Michigan head poach Red Berenson. "There's a
competitive comparison between our league and
(Hockey East). It's a chance to show that we're as good
as their league."
Defenseman Todd Copeland and right wing Billy
Powers, both natives of Massachusetts, agree. "Even
though it's not a league game, it's just as important
for bragging rights," said Copeland. "I've been looking
forward to this game ever since they put it on the
schedule."
"I'VE PLAYED W I T H
everyone on their team over the
summer so it will be real special for
me." said Powers. "I've definitely
been looking forward to this game."
"I know a couple of guys on their
team, so it's going to be for pride,"
added defenseman Gary Lorden, a
Rhode Island native. "I just want
them to know that Michigan is as
good as they are, or better."
This series couldn't have come at
a better time for the Wolverines.
After being swept last weekend at'
Lake Superior, the team was a bit
down. But with Boston College
coming into town, Michigan
couldn't help but get out of the Lort
doldrums. ... psych

"Last weekend was a complete downer," said
Berenson. "This weekend is a chanc4 for us to
regroup."
IT WAS THE FIRST SERIES all year that
the Wolverines did not split. The Wolverines lacked
consistency and team defense last weekend , according
to Berenson.This was evident by the three third period
goals given up in a 3:32 time span in last Saturday's
6-3 defeat.
"Sometimes it's worthwhile that a team face
reality," said Berenson. "Last weekend was the first
time that we haven't salvaged something from each
weekend."
The Eagles, despite their 4-5 record, will provide the
Wolverines with a tough challenge. Just three weeks
ago, they were ranked seventh in the WMPL national
rankings poll.
LAST YEAR'S EAGLE
SQUAD was an impressive 31-8.
But with five of last year's top seven
scorers having departed, four of them
for the 1988 U.S. Olympic team,
the Eagles have struggled this
season.
"To tell you the truth," said
Boston College hockey coach Len
Ceglarski, "we're just taking it one
game at a time. With the heavy
losses from last year's team, we've
got eleven kids who have never
played a varsity game before this
year."
Nevertheless, Berenson remains
concerned. "They're a very skilled
team," said Berenson. "We're not
experimenting with Boston College.
en It's just as important as a league
series."

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Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSON,
Ryan Pardoski and his Wolverine teammates hope to end their three-game losing streak against Boston
College this weekend at Yost Ice Arena.

ed for BC

Three Rivers cheese-o-rama

THE OFFICE OF MAJOR EVENTS PRESENTS
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Echo-

PITTSBURGH (AP)- A man
drove a station wagon into Three
Rivers- Stadium yesterday, nearly
hitting four workers as he sped along
walkways at up to 50 mph, knocked
over gallons of nacho cheese and
wrecked the car, authorities said.
The driver, Tony E. Morelli, 30,
of Wintersville, Ohio, was kicking
imaginary field goals on the football
field when he was arrested by police,
authorities said.
Morelli underwent a psychiatric
examination at St. John's Health and
Hospital Center, where doctors
released him in police custody, said
police spokeswoman Margaret
Rizza.
NO ONE WAS HURT in the
incident, Rizza said. Charges of
reckless endangerment, criminal
mischief and criminal trespassing
were pending, she said.
The car entered the stadium at

about 11 a.m. through Gate C,
which was open, officials said.
"He just rode in here in a white
station wagon and took half the wall
off my office, a concrete brick wall,
then he ran into a couple of our four-
wheel-drive trucks with 70 to 80
gallons of nacho cheese," said Ted
Winters, 62, of Pittsburgh,
commissary manager.
WITNESSES SAID the car
was covered with cheese as it left the
stadium at Gate B and re-entered,
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at speeds up to 50 mph, according to
stadium worker Jim Pearce.
Pearce was among four workers
who said the car narrowly missed
them. Pearce said he and worker
Read Allen closed Gate B so that the
car could not leave the stadium
again.
The car, meanwhile, raced up
three levels and could have gone as
far as the fifth level, the highest in
the stadium, but it turned right and

hit a wire gate, where it stopped,,
witnesses said. Morelli then went
onto the field below, witnesses said.
A damage estimate was not
immediately available.
Winters said stadium workers
"scooped up" the spilled cheese "and
threw it in the dumpster then
mopped up the floors.
"It don't run like water. It's pretty
thick," he said.

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