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Field Hockey
vs. Ohio State
Saturday, 11 a.m.
Tartan Turf

Monday, October 24, 1988

The Michigan Daily

Field hockey;
vs. Iowa
Friday, 3:30 p.m.
Tartan Turf
Page 10


tie, lose


UIC Flames
BY TAYLOR LINCOLN -.uay's game was "Gorski, Gorski,
Friday night's loss to Illinois- Gorski." The senior right winger
Chicago left an unhappy mood in the completed a hat trick with 3 minutes
Michigan hockey dressing room. 13 seconds left in the third period,
Sunday's tie left the mood positively giving his team a 4-2 lead.
somber. Gorski's third goal proved
Friday night Michigan (2-1-1) decisive as Michigan's Don Stone
started slow and rallied late but lost, cut the lead to 4-3 with just over a
4-3. Sunday the Wolverines started minute remaining, but the
slow and rallied late to salvage a 5-5 Wolverines were unable to force
tie. overtime.
"The good thing is that we came Sunday, the Woverines fell
back and played a good third period behind 3-0 early in the second period,
and overtime (Sunday)," head coach but gradually chipped away at the
Red Berenson said. "The bad thing is lead. Sophomore right wing Don
that we never took the lead the whole Stone scored with just over six
weekend. minutes remaining in regulation to
"We were hoping to win our first tie the game, for the second time, at
four home games. Then it came 5-5. Both teams threatened several
down to winning three out of four, times during the final minutes of
and we ended up in a tie, so we're regulation and during the five-minute
obviously not satisfied with that." overtime period, but neither scored. -
ILLINOIS-CHICAGO head BERENSON was pleased with
coach Val Belmonte is satisfied, the performances of many of his
though his mood was dampered after players, but he believes that the team
he watched his team squander an lacks the overall cohesion it needs td
opportunity for a weekend sweep. win in the CCHA. "We had a lot of
His team entered the third period good efforts, but we need everyone to
Sunday with a 4-2 lead and finished play well or we're not going to win.
with the tie.. We have to make our chances count,.
"I'm happy and sad," Belmonte and we have to play well as a team,"
said. "The teams are so competitive he said.
in this league that any time you get Defenseman Alex Roberts echoed
(a win and a tie) on the road, it's got Berenson's sentiments that the team
to make you happy. But we let needs to improve its consistency. "It
today's game slip away." took 40 minutes, and (it took) for ut
Illinois-Chicago (3-0-1) leads to be down two goals to get
the Central Collegiate Hockey. everybody's attention," Roberts said.
Association after two weekends of "We played one period tonight and
play. Belmonte is not listening to the overtime. We need to play 60
the experts who labeled the Flames a minutes."
lower-division finisher in the league. ne we e n t es
"We're a good hockey team and we next week when they visit defending
have the philosophy that we can go national champion Lake Superior
State. "That's probably the toughest
into any barn and win." place in the country to play," said
THE FLAMES' war cry after senior co-captain Todd Brost.

Illinois-Chicago center Bob Melton looks for someone to center the puck to, but finds his options limited Friday night at
Yost Ice Arena. Melton and his teammates had the last laugh as the Flames won, 4-3.

Water polo club left out of ne

Imagine the Michigan football
team having to practice on a field
half the size of a regulation field.
Then imagine the team having to
play every game on the road, never in
Ann Arbor in front of the home fans.
For the Michigan water polo club,
the above situation is a reality.
For the past few years, the club
has been limited to practicing at the
pool in the Intramural Building. That

pool is half the width and two-thirds
the length of the regulation water
polo playing area. As a result, the
team cannot host any tournaments.
With the opening of the new
Canham Natatorium this year, club
members thought they finally would
get a chance to practice and compete
in.a regulation-sized pool. This hope
has slowly eroded.
"At the beginning of the year we
got positive reinforcement from

administrators, but nothing ever
came of it," said head coach Ben
Quitner. Quitner said that now the
athletic department has decided to
defer its decision until January.
"We don't want to interfere with
the varsity sports. We understand that
they put a lot of money into their
programs. But whatever leftover time
there is, we'll take it," Quitner said.
Associate Athletic Director Jack
Weidenbach said: "Right now, until

w facility
further notice, the pool will be used
for intercollegiate swimming and
diving. We have no plans for using
the pool for water polo."
And that has left the players in a
"We have a lot of people who
want to see us play but can't," said
team co-captain John Koupal.
"Having fan support really helps. It's
an advantage we'd like to have."

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Lions squeak by Chiefs
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - "We didn't exactly devastate
What else would you expect from them," Lions coach Darryl Rogers
the NFL's two lowest-scoring teams? said. "There were a lot of things that
Certainly nothing artistic. weren't quite as efficient as you
The Lions and Chiefs were true to would like. But we won the game,
form Sunday, with Detroit edging and that was our objective."
Kansas City, 7-6. The Lions (2-6) got a 14-yard
touchdown pass from Rusty Hilger
to Jeff Chadwick to plunge the
Chiefs to 1-6-1.
Swim complex
The Michigan Athletic Department
and the University's Board of Regents
dedicated the Donald B. Canhamh
Natatorium last Friday.
p u"We want to be the best in the
country, like the rest of the
University. But we need to have the
r proper facilities to do it," Athletic
Director Bo Schembechler said, "This
pool is the beginning of something
special down here."
University President James
Duderstadt said: "Don Canham set
Michigan athletics apart from
everyone else through his leadership:
The class he gave U of M athletics
was extraordinary."
Canham, who retired as athletic
director in June, has been involved
with Michigan athletics for 42 years.
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