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Page 10-The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, November 4, 1987




Caspar Weinberger, United States
Secretary of Defense, is reportedly
eady to resign his position.r T e
announcement came as a surprise in
Washington, but not in Ann Arbor,
where Griddes followers have been
tracking the Friendly Ghost's demise.
Weinberger, it seems, was strug-
gling to defeat to Secretary of State
George (Don't Call Me Charlie
Brown) Shultz in the White House
Secretaries' Griddes pool each week.
When former basement secretary
Fawn Hall beat Weinberger last
week, Caspar decided to hang it up.
In a related story, Deng Xiaoping
stepped down amid rumors of Griddes
reform in China.
To be eligible to beat the world
leaders for a Domino's pizza coupon,
drop off your Griddes at the Daily on
or before Friday.
1. MICHIGAN at Minnesota

(pick total points)
2. Purdue at Michigan State
3. Illinois at Indiana
4. Iowa at Northwestern
5. Ohio State at Wisconsin
6. Oklahoma St. at Oklahoma
7. Florida St. at Auburn
8. Alabama at LSU
9. UCLA at Oregon State
10. Syracuse at Navy
11. Boston Coll. at Notre
12. Georgia at Florida
13. Louisville at Tennessee
14. N. Carolina at Clemson
15. Penn State at Maryland
16. Stanford at USC
17. Virg. Tech at W.
18. Harvard at Holy Cross
19. Missouri at Colorado
Indiana (Penn.)

leer Brost big
By DOUGLAS VOLAN Brost, a junior, is so highly
Most leaders are fiery like Jim thought of by his teammates that he
McMahon, or buoyant like Isiah was elected team captain after just
Thomas. But Todd Brost of the two seasons as a Wolverine.
Michigan hockey team represents a "If you look at him on the ice,
different type of leader - the strong, there's not a minute when he's not
silent type who leads by example. giving 100 percent," said teammate
"He's always so sure of himself," and roommate Billy Powers. "He's
said teammate Mark Sorensen. "He's definitely a leader through his work."
always under control and he always BROST, who scored 16 goals
knows what he's going to do. He last season, takes his duties as
doesn't have to say much to get his captain very seriously. "If I give 110
message across. He's just a pure per cent all the time, other guys on
leader." the team will do that and that's the

way I try to lea
At 5-8, 175
effort has bec
Brost, since m
are over six fe
it with hard w
"He's small
he's small," sa
Berenson. "Pe
as anybody in
just as tough


d," he said. Colby Award for sportsmanship last
5 pounds, consistent season, does more than just lead.
come a necessity for Besides being an exceptional
nost opposing centers offensive player, averaging over a
et tall. "I make up for point per game in his Michigan
ork and desire," said career, Brost is also an outstanding
special-teams player, helping the
1, but he doesn't know Wolverines become one of the best
id Michigan coach Red penalty-killing units in the Central
r pound, he's as strong Collegiate Hockey Association. Ten
the league, and he's of his goals last season came on the
as anybody in the power play.
Brost also plays well under
vho won the Howard pressure. He led the Wolverines in
game-winning goals in his first
season with three. "Whenever we put
him on the ice in crucial situations,
he delivers," said Berenson.
He's also very durable. The
Calgary, Alberta, native hasn't
missed a game in his Wolverine
career. "He plays even when he's
hurt," said Berenson. "He'd have to
be very badly hurt before he doesn't
Despite the fact that Brost didn't
score his first goals until last
weekend, when he picked up two
against UIC, Brost has been playing
well. "It may have been a slow start
statistically, but it wasn't a slow
start playing-wise," said Berenson.
"He' s been playing very well."
Bowlin Green head coach Jerry
York agrees. After the Bowling
Green series, in which Brost failed to
score, York gave rave reviews. "I
can't really comment on the
Michigan players until I see the
films," said York. "But Brost really
stood out on (the Michigan) team."
Michigan goalie Warren Sharples
who attended a Penticton, British
Columbia, high school with Brost,
believes that Brost has always been
special. "He's always stood out," said 4
Photo by JOHN MUNSON Sharples. "He's always been head and
shoulders above the rest in his own
Wolverines. way. He's got quite a following (at
Penticon). His name is very popular


Michigan captain Todd Brost stands just 5-8, but he is a big man on the ice for Red Berenson's'

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'M' lax team wins


The Michigan Daily

Special to the Daily
Before a loud crowd at Tartan Turf
last Friday night, the Michigan
lacrosse team defeated Albion, 13-4,
in its annual fall "classic."
The young team was led by a
barrage of good performances at every
position. Holding the opposition
down was the play of veteran goalie
Rob DiGiovanni and his defense
including, Mike Blocker, Bill
Baldwin, Alex Gordon, and Tony
At halftime of the game Michigan
led by a narrow 6-3 margin. During
the third quarter, the Wolverines
broke the game open.
Leading the offensive charge were
midfielders Chris DiGiovanni,
Morgan Bazillian and John Paul,
who all had an assist. Glen Kutler,
Rick Engle, and Mark Silbergeld
each added two goals and Tim Reilly
had two goals and an assist. The big

gun was Mike Carr with four goals.
The team begins its regular season
in March.
J.R. Reid to miss opener
North Carolina center J.R. Reid and
forward Steve Bucknall have been
suspended for the Tar Heels' season-
opening basketball game against
Syracuse following their arrests on
assault charges, coach Dean Smith 4
said yesterday.
Reid, a sophomore, and Bucknall,
a junior, were arrested after a con-
frontation October 24 at Shooters 2,
a Raleigh, N.C., nightclub. A
hearing is scheduled November 16 in
Wake County District Court.
Syracuse, which lost in the
NCAA championship game to In-
diana last season, and North Carolina
will meet November 21 in the Hall
of Fame Tip-Off Classic at Spring-
field, Mass.





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