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Hockey
vs. Western Michigan,.
Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

SPORTS

Men's Basketball
vs. Iowa
Wednesday, 8:00 p.m.
Crisler Arena

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Matmen prey on Lehigh

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Sweep over State...

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...brings sweet smiles
By ADAM SCHRAGER end performance, was definitely
Outside the Michigan hockey geared for this series.
locker room this past Saturday, Midway through the third pe-
fans were smiling, players were riod in Friday's game, Sharples
smiling, and even head coach Red was concentrating on the game so
Berenson was smiling. Everyone intensely, that he mistook
was smiling. Wolverine defenseman Myles
The reason for these smiles O'Connor for an apparent Spartan
was the satisfaction of sweeping trying to set up in front of the
arch-rival Michigan State for the goal. Sharples gave his defender
first time in seven years (14 se- two good right hands to the head
ries). The generally stoic Berenson to move him from the crease.
called the match-up "a classic col- Upon hearing the whistle, the
lege hockey series." raucous Yost Ice Arena crowd of
The Michigan-Michigan. State 8,412, which was an arena record,
hockey rivalry is one unparalleled cheered wildly for both Sharples
in sports today. This past weekend and O'Connor, who, despite the
marked the 176th and 177th time situation, have remained good
that these two perennial foes have friends.
met with Michigan holding a 95- Another illustration of the in-
79-3 edge. tense physical play was the num-
"Anytime we play State, ber of penalties called on the
whether we are in eighth place or weekend. Seventeen penalties were
in third place, you're going to see called on Friday night and an
a great Michigan effort," said amazing 36 on Saturday. Of the
Berenson. "After all the times that 53 penalties called by the offi-
these two teams have played, cials, 19 were called for roughing,
when the puck is dropped between in addition to the two major
the green and the maize and blue, penalties for fighting given at the
there are going to be some sparks end of Saturday's contest.
flying." Spartan Don Gibson typified
Fire would be a better descrip- State's frustration when he inten-
tion for the intensity and physical tionally speared Michigan's Gary
play that was illustrated during Lorden very late in the third period
this weekend's action. Numerous before proceeding to pummel
times during the weekend, push- Lorden with his fists. While
ing and shoving after play had Spartan coach Ron Mason was
ended brought cheers from the not pleased with the fights in the
crowds and penalties from the of- end, he did not completely fault
ficials. his players.
"There's cheap stuff after the "You have to realize that in a
whistle and that's just the way Michigan-Michigan State series,
Michigan-Michigan State games emotions are going to run very
go," said senior Joe Lockwood, high," said Mason. "I was disap-
who may have returned early from pointed with the fights, but I
injury to play against the rival think that Alex Roberts (a Michi-
Spartans for the final time in his gan defenseman) precipitated these
career. "These games are always a certain predicaments."
war. You just have to be ready for For now, another memorable
them. There's no excuse for any- Michigan-Michigan State series is
body to be down for this kind of in the record books. The intensity
game." has passed. The crowds have gone
Sophomore goalie Warren home. Michigan fans are smiling.
Sharples, who was named Central Michigan players are smiling.
Collegiate Hockey Association Head coach Red Berenson is smil-
Player-of-the-Week for his week- ing. Everyone is smiling.

By RICHARD EISEN
The Michigan wrestling team
continued on its torrid winning
streak by winning on the road for the
second consecutive week, beating
Lehigh, 29-11 last weekend.
The team left for Bethlehem, Pa.
last week, knowing three reasons
why this was no ordinary road trip.
First, this would be the furthest
that the team would travel for a dual
match this season.
Second, they would face one of
only three teams that has an overall
winning record against the Wolver-
ines in dual matches. (Lehigh leads
the series 7-5.) Iowa State and Wis-
consin are the other schools with
winning records over Michigan.
Third, Michigan would be
wrestling in what is known as "The
Snake Pit," an old gym where fans
sit incredibly close to the action,
making it difficult for visiting teams
to perform.
BUT THE Wolverines were the
one dispensing the venom, as their
first three wrestlers won, giving
Michigan a 15-0 lead, taking the
crowd right out of the match.

"When you start off that way, it
quiets the crowd down a lot," said
Michigan wrestling coach Dale Bahr.
"Wrestling in 'The Snake Pit,' the
fans can really get into the matches,
and we just didn't allow that to hap-
pen."
William Waters, Michigan's 118
pounder, delivered the first quieting
blow, as he pinned Ed Regan 6:26
into the match. Next, Dave Dameron
decisioned Lehigh's 126 pounder,
Noel Clovell, 9-2 and handed
Michigan a 9-0 lead going into All-
American John Fisher's match.
Fisher, who will be wrestling in
an college All-Star match tonight,
pounded Lehigh's John Epperly,
pinning him with just 2:11 into the
match. After Fisher's match, the
wins fell like dominoes.
And in thirty minutes or less, the
Wolverines walked out with the win.
MICHIGAN'S SAM Amine,
coming off an injury and his first
college loss rebounded to beat Lane
Pendelton, 7-4. At 158, Joe Panta-
leo, wrestled nationally-ranked
Solomon Fleck, and beat him, 5-3.
Larry Gotcher drew with Joe Her-

mann, 8-8. Mike Amine decisioned
Tom Togas 9-7 and James Dye deci-
sioned another ranked wrestler, Ivan
Borsen, 10-9.
"It's not set and concrete yet,"
said Bahr of Dye's position at 177,
Michigan's weak spot earlier this
season. "But with James' perfor-
mance out there (against Lehigh),
and if he can give us a good perfor-
mance the next two or three
matches, he may be the guy who
we'll go with in the Big Tens."
On the down side, Bob Potokar
was forced to forfeit the heavyweight
match because of an injured leg. Po-
tokar, however, should be able to
return for this weekend's tough road
trip to tenth-ranked Minnesota, and
fourth-ranked Iowa State.

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Fisher goes to
Al Il-Star meet
By RICHARD EISEN
Michigan's two time All-
American wrestler John Fisher has
been invited to wrestle in
tonight's NWCA All-Star Classic
at University of Northern Iowa.
The All-Star Classic invites the
top two wrestlers in the country
for each weight class to wrestle.
Fisher, ranked second in his 134
weight class will face the number-
one wrestler in that class, John
Smith of Oklahoma State.
Smith, who beat Fisher earlier
this year in Las Vegas, is Pan-Am
Games champion, Goodwill
Games Champion, and World
Champion. Smith was also the
first American ever to achieve
World Champion status while
still in college.

Swimmers sink MSU

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By STEVE ROEDER
The hockey team was not th e
only Michigan squad that defeated
Michigan State in East Lansing this
past weekend. The women's swim
team defeated the Spartans 80-59 in
very impressive fashion.
Leading the way for Michigan's
4-0 squad were All-American Susie
Rabiah, Stefanie Liebner, and Julie
Schnorberger. Wolverine diving
coach Dick Kimball's team turned in
a strong performance to aid in the
victory.
"Overall, as a team we had a
good, solid swim meet," said Michi-
gan head coach Jim Richardson. "It
was one of those meets where we
basically knew what we had to do and
went out from the first race and did
it. In particular, Susie and Stef had
strong meets."
RABIAH TURNED in her
most impressive performances of the
season as she placed wins in the 50
free (24.2), 100 free (52.3), and 200
free (1:52.8). The junior from Flint
also anchored the victorious 200
medley relay.
Liebner, a sophomore from Ann

Arbor, won both backstroke events.
After leading off the 200 medley re-
lay, the transfer from Virginia came
back to cruise to a 58.3 time in the
100. She then turned in a 2:09.2
clocking in the 200.
Schnorberger, a first-year Monroe
native, swam the 200 IM in an im-
pressive 2:09.4, her best time of the
year.
Co-captain senior Mary Fis-
chbach led the divers as she convinc-
ingly won the one-meter board event.
"As a group, we did not diveas well
as we have in the past, but we were
good enough to win yesterday," said
Fischbach. "We are focusing on the
Big Tens, so maybe our concentra-
tion was off a little.
The win is more impressive due
to the absence of last year's Big Ten
Swimmer-of-the-Year Gwen DeMaat.

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past weekend.
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