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Page 10 -The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, January 19, -1988
Goalie SSharples named
CCHA Player of the Week
From staff reports
Michigan hockey goalie Warren
Sharples was named the Central
Collegiate Hockey Association'sf
Player of the Week yesterday for:
his two victories over Illinois- r
Chicago last weekend.
Sharples, 12-8 overall with a
4.36 goals against average, stopped
65 of 70 Flame shots in the
Wolverines' 5-2 and 6-3 victories.
It was Michigan's first road sweep
in two years.A
"It's really satisfying to win the
award," Sharples said yesterday.;
"It's a nice indication of how the
whole team is playing. The de-
fensemen have been clearing guys
from the front of the net and tying Sharples
the other guys up." shedples
..extinguished Flames

WOLVERINES HOPE TO CONTINUE HOT STREAK

Grapplers out to pin Spartans

By STEVEN COHEN
Whether the competition concerns major sports
such as football and basketball, or minor events
such as backgammon or shuffleboard, a Michi-
gan-Michigan State pairing offers the winner
bragging rights in the state.
However, tonight's 7:30 wrestling matchup at
Crisler between the two schools is atypical
because there has been little bragging before the
actual rights have been awarded.
This year, however, the rivalry has dimmed a
bit because the two teams are far apart in ex-
pected potential. So far this season, the Wolver-
ines have seen far more success than the Spar-
tans.
Michigan is ranked 13th in the country in the
most recent poll and should move up after domi-
nating victories over Illinois and Purdue, two

teams that defeated Michigan State.
MICHIGAN STATE finished last in the
conference last year and is one of only two Big
Ten teams not ranked in the top 20 nationally.
Nevertheless, Michigan head coach Dale Bahr
refuses to boast because he remembers when the
two schools' situations were reversed.
"When I first came to the University of
Michigan, Michigan State was very strong and
Michigan was the down program. Since that time
it's changed," said Bahr. "Now we're the strong
program and they're struggling a little bit.
"It will take a little time for them to get their
program off the ground. I feel if we wrestle the
way we are capable of wrestling, we should beat
them."
SECOND-YEAR Spartan head coach Phil
Parker didn't seem to disagree with Bahr's as-

sessment. "We're not really thinking about win-
ning this meet. We're in a rebuilding stage,"
Parker said. "We don't think we can offer them
too much competition in our weaker weights,
but we'll come in and battle them."
Despite the inconsistencies between the two
teams, there should be some close matches. In
the 142-pound weight class, Michigan's Larry
Gotcher faces his third consecutive challenge in
Stacy Ritchmond, a high school teammate of
Wolverine stars William Waters and John Fisher.
Gotcher beat the highly-ranked Richmond earlier
this year in a close match at Las Vegas.
The Spartans are strong in the 190-pound
weight class with Dave Mariola, a returning All-
American, and at heavyweight with Mark Zenas,
who defeated Michigan's Bob Potokar this year in
a close match at the Ohio Open.

F

Tracksters begin season

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BY JOHN McDERMOTT
The women's track team opened
its indoor season this past weekend
by hosting the Michigan Relays.
Many of the Wolverines turned in
strong performances in a meet that
consisted primarily of relays.
The unit of Alana Davis, Jill
Marchiano, Kelly Henderson, and
Dana Davidson finished second in
the shuttle hurdle relay with a time
of 32.5 seconds. The four-by-220
relay consisting of Diane Jenkins,

Dana Davidson, Sophia Dubriuil,
and Gillian Osborne also placed sec-
ond.
Individually, Tracy Babcock
placed second in the 3,000 meter
with a time of 10:18.8, and Mindy
Rowand finished second in the 1,000
meter at 2:41.15.
In the field events, Lisa DeVries
jumped 5'6" in the high jump, good
for second place. Sonia┬░Payne and
Starry Hodge placed first and second
respectively in the shot put, with
throws of 46'2" and 44'2".
Dufy paces men runners
The men's track team opened its
indoor season this past weekend at
the EMU Invitational in Ypsilanti.
It was an unscored meet that featured

many local colleges.
Greg Duffy was Michigan's
highest individual finisher, placing
second in the high jump with a
jump of 7'0". Matt Butler also per-
formed well, taking third place in the
half-mile with a time of 1:51.43.
Also, Dave Irvine finished fourth in
the pole vault with a jump of 16'0."
Coach Jack Harvey was relatively
pleased with the results. "For the
first meet, we didn't expect a lot.
We'll be running everyone this
week," he said.
The Wolverines travel to Johnson
City, Tenn. this weekend t o
participate in the East Tennessee
Invitational
- JOHN MCDERMOTT

Ilhni's White resigns as
coach following probe

CHAMPAIGN (AP) - Illinois
football coach Mike White resigned
yesterday, following an investigation
by the NCAA into alleged recruiting
violations, a university spokesman
said.
Judith Rowan, associate
chancellor for public affairs, said one
of the allegations involved payment
for lodging to a prospective athlete
by an assistant coach.
Rowan said the athlete enrolled at
another university and the assistant
coach was no longer at Illinois. She
declined to identify either of them.

Rowan said the December letter
from the NCAA mentioned three
alleged infractions, two of which the
NCAA said did not appear to be
serious.

4

White compiled a record of 47-41-
3 during eight years as the Illini head
coach,. and his 1983 team won the
Big Ten championship and finished
with a 10-2 record after a loss in the
Rose Bowl.
But White's team was placed on
probation in 1984 after other NCAA
rule violations.

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