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Women's Swimming
UM Alumni Meet
Today
Canham Natatorium

SPORTS

The Michigan Daily

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Friday, November 4, 1988

ICERS HOPE TO Sfl

Falcons n
BY MIKE GILL
These may be glory days for the Michigan hockey
team, but not the "Glory Days" Bruce Springsteen sings
about. The Wolverines are not ready to relax on their
laurels.
The Wolverines swept NCAA champion Lake
Superior State last weekend. But they could care less -
they've got a home-and-home series against Bowling
Green this weekend.
Michigan head coach Red Berenson stressed all week
that what happened in the Sault was great, but it won't
win any games in the future.
"WE HAVE to get last week out of our systems,"
said Berenson. "It was a good week, a good experience, a
good confidence builder, but if we keep thinking about it
we'll be back to where we were two weeks ago (when the
team managed only one of a possible four points against
Illinois-Chicago.)"
"We've got a new battle," said co-captain Myles
O'Connor. "What happened has to be put behind us, and
we need to build up for Friday."
So the calendar turns, the wheels churn, and the
Falcons roll into Yost Ice arena tonight for a 7:30 p.m.
match. The two teams also meet Saturday, same time, at
BGSU Ice Arena.
Bowling Green (5-1-0 overall, 3-1 CCHA) is on a roll
after sweeping last weekend's series with Western
Michigan. They exhibit a finfesse yet rough brand of
hockey. They have found success working the power
play, currently leading the CCHIA with a 36.6% success
rate.
BERENSON, who has a 8-9 record against the
Falcons in his career at Michigan, stated that when these
two teams meet, they display an exciting brand of
hockey with many scoring chances. "We've played them
well even in years which we've not been as strong."
Scoring chances? It could just be a barrage as swift as
a machine gun in war due to "the showdown at center,"

* Men's Swimming
Maize and Blue Intra Squad
Today
Canham Natatorium
Poge 10
IKE BOWLING GREEN 4
ext feast?
which matches the two captains of the respective teams,
Bowling Green's Greg Park and the Wolverines' Todd
Brost. They are tied for the lead in the league scoring race
with 11 points apiece and should both spend a good part
of the game squared off against each other.
While Michigan's defensemen are "maturing"4
according to Berenson, O'Connor points to the Falcons r
youthful backline. "We have to exploit their young
defensemen. They have an inexperienced goalie and
defenders. We should use that to our advantage."
Blue Banter
" Friday's game will be shown on tape delay beginning
at 4 p.m. Saturday on PASS.
" Michigan left wing Denny Felsner will return. to
action this weekend. He sat out last weekend with a4
strained back.
" While Michigan fans express amazement at the Lake
lSuperior sweep in the upper peninsula Berenson expesses
a different perspective. "(Our junior class) doesn't see it
as a big accomplishment or a big obstacle like our
seniors or graduates would." Those on the team for three
years pulled a 3-2-1 record in Sault St. Marie, quite an
improvement from the past.
I In the KBJR coaches poll out of Duluth, MN, the
Wolverines are ranked tenth. Minnesota is first. Other
CCHA teams included are Michigan State (second), and
Bowling Green (fourth.) Illinois-Chicago and Lake
Superior also received votes. Minnesota was also top
ranked in the WMEB-media poll from Orono, ME.
Michigan was ranked 11th. Michigan State (second),
Bowling Green (eighth), and Lake Superior (tenth) all
were CCHA teams finishing in front of the Wolverines.
" Wolverine backup goalie, first-year player Tim"-
Keough, continues to develop. Sharples will continue to
start, but Berenson hopes that Keough can slip into the
'action in the proper situation.

J ; :

WMichigan players Jim Ballantine (23) and Ryan Pardoski (16) shown here
Chicago, will try to help the Wolverines capture first place in the CCHA
J eaguae player-of-the-week Greg Parks and Bowling Green. The teams play
w rena and Saturday in Bowling Green. Both games start at 7:30.

ROBIN LOZNAK/Daily
battling Illinois-
as they take on
tFriday at Yost

Swimmers to show strokes
before serious season starts

BY ANDREW GOTTESMAN
The 'men's swim team will get
one last chance to relax and have
some fun, before getting down to
the serious business of defending its
Big Ten championship, today
during the annual Maize and Blue
intrasquad swim meet.
"It's. just a chance for the
swimmers to see where they are,"
said assistant coach Dave Kerska.
"It's more of a fun kind of thing."
THE MEET which does not
include a diving segment, will also
mark the first competitive use of
the Donald B. Canham Natatorium.
The coaching staff hopes this will
draw more people to the usually-
sparsely-Attended event.

"Maybe Canham will bring
some more people down here," said
head coach Jon Urbanchek.
As for the meet itself, coaches
and swimmers alike agree that it
stresses competition less, and
preparation more, than a regular
meet would.
"This will give us a chance to
see what we have," Kerska said.
"We can see what times they can
do."
The swimmers will get to swim
their best events, regardless. of who
will actually swim in the first real
meet. Urbanchek said, "It helps
everybody with their motivation,"
he said.
IF ANY segment of the team
stands to gain anything from the

event, though, it seems to be the
incoming first-year swimmers.
"It means a little more for
freshmen," said Eric Wunderlich, a
first-year student and Olympic trial
finalist in the 200-meter breast-
stroke. "There's absolutely nothing
to lose and it's our first chance to
really swim at Michigan."
Kerska also saw this enthu-
siasm. "(The first-year swimmers)
want to shine. They're a little more
keyed up for their first meet. The
seniors tend to be a little more laid
back."
But anybody who is at all laid
back today, knows that this is the
last chance to polish the skills
before Bowling Green comes for the
real thing on Tuesday.

Klima coming back, to
Wings, Probert to follow?

Detroit (AP)-Petr Klima will be
recalled from the American Hockey
League and forward Bob Probert will
receive a physical exam before the
Detroit Red Wings decide to reinstate
the suspended forward, the club
announced yesterday.
Klima is scheduled to fly to
Detroit today, but no date has been
set for his return to the Red Wings
lineup. General Manager Jimmy
Devellano said at a news conference.
Klima and Probert were sus-
pended by the club for disciplinary
reasons. Probert has been living in

Windsor, Ontario. While Klima is
playing for Adirondack in Glens
Falls, N.Y.
Devellano said Probert's attorney;
Pat Ducharme, has threatened to sue
the club if it doesn't take steps to
consider reinstating the All-Star
forward.
The club will give Probert ;a
physical exam "sometime soon,
then decide whether to reinstate him,
Devellano said.
The club also announced it will,
recall defenseman Doug Houda from.
Adirondack.

Klima
... rejoins Wings

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