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The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 7, 1988 - Page 9

M'

goes Bowling, gains split

Defense hits c
BY MIKE GILL
SPECIAL TO THE DAILY
BOWLING GREEN, Ohio. -
Michigan hockey coach Red
Berenson called Saturday's match
against Bowling Green "another
"heart-attack game."
What an understatement.
In front of a sellout crowd at
Bowling Green State University Ice
.arena, the Wolverines fought,
Scored, defended, and fought some
mnore for a come-from-behind 7-6
victory.
The emotional win earned
Michigan a split in the weekend
showdown between two top 10
teams. Ninety-six minutes of
penalties and 10 game
disqualifications were assessed to the
two teams.
MICHIGAN dropped Friday's
match, 8-5.
J ' The Wolverines are now 5-2-1 and
Uin second place in the Central
Collegiate Hockey Association.
j In Saturday's victory, Ryan
:fardoski's goals with 12:32 and
4:32 gone in the third period tied
-;:he game and gave Michigan the lead
-for good. Pardoski took a centering
pass from Rob Brown and dumped it
in the net to knot the game at six.
He scored the game winner when
-Fe picked up a loose puck outside the
net, went to his left past one defender
and knocked it in to the right of
Falcon goaltender Paul Connell.
P A R D O S K I has scored the
"game-winning goals in Michigan's
last three victories and has seven
'6als in the last four games. "He's
really come up big," Berenson said.
"I'm really pleased to see the kind of
"effort he's having. It couldn't happen
0 a better time."
On Sunday, Pardoski was named
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Play was rough Friday and during
the first period Saturday. But when
the clock expired to end the first
period, the ice resembled a Geraldo
Rivera talk show - total chaos, but
no chairs were thrown and Geraldo
didn't receive another broken nose.
Centerstage was co-captain Myles
O'Connor, who started the whole
fracas by checking Martin Jiranek
after time had expired.
O'Connor said: "I guess I'll have
to take the blame for it. I came over
the blue line and just finished the
play off. I guess the horn had gone,
so I guess you can say I instigated
it."
BOWLING GREEN coach
Jerry York was calm after the loss,
but stunned at the turn of events. "I
thought the first period had ended
between O'Connor and Jiranek.
Maybe (O'Connor) didn't hear the
whistle; I'm not sure. But that's
what started it. Did you hear a
whistle?"
The benches emptied for the locker
room, but the players first decided to
show the crowd they were all
contenders for the newly created
WHBA (World Hockey Boxing
Association) belt.
A leading contender for the crown
is Michigan's Mark Sorenson, who
had his opponent without a shirt and
could not be separated from him.
Todd Copeland left the ice while
trying to put on his skate. The band
then struck up "Roll out the Barrel."
In the meantime, referee Russ
Johnson had to roll out the penalties
for the donnybrook. In addition to
various fighting, spearing, and
leaving-the-bench penalties, he gave
game disqualification penalties to 10
players, split evenly between the two
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Swimmers gear up
at intrasquad meet
Wolverines' times short of
NCAA qualifying standards
BY ANDREW GOTTESMAN Eric Wunderlich and Eric Namesnik
The men's swimming team, in and sophomore Scott Ryan.
the midst of the hardest training Wunderlich lived up tc
period of the season, still managed expectations in winning the 400-yard
many fast times Friday during the individual medley in 4:04.37 and the
Maize and Blue intrasquad meet. 100- and 200-yard breaststrokes in
One-hundred-meter Olympic 57.95 and 2:07.96, respectively. He
champion Brent Lang had reason to also came the closest to meeting an
be happy with his times in the 50- NCAA standard, recording 96.04
and 100-yard freestyle events, which percent of the needed time in his three
he won with times of 20.55 and events.
45.42 seconds, respectively. "I'm Namesnik took the 200-yard
very pleased with my times. I'm not individual medley and the 1,000-yard
as broken down yet because of the freestyle in times of 1:55.97 and
Olympics," he said. 9:28.96, respectively. "For this time
Head coach Jon Urbanchek was of year, my times weren't too bad,"
also satisfied with his team's he said.
performance. "Each swimmer swam Ryan won the 200- and 500-yard
one good event," he said. "And these freestyles in 1:43.12 and 4:37.28.
times are about right for this time of Still, everybody connected with
the season." the team acknowledged that the
Although nobody met an NCAA competitive aspects of the meet were
standard, the main goal for each secondary to the opportunity for more
swimmer for the season, all 26 practicey
participants came within 16 percent "After this we won't have to train
of the needed times. Meeting an so much," Namesnik said.
NCAA standard allows the swimmer "Everybody is at their tiredest. This
to participate in the NCAA meet. was more of a quality practice."
Other swimmers who won two or Lang said, "Times will only get
more events were first-year students faster frnm here."

Bowling Green goalie Paul
Wolverines' 30 shots Fridayn
Falcons beat the Wolverines,
7-6.
teams.
In addition to O'Connor,
Sorenson, and Copeland, Todd Brost
and Doug Evans were also ejected.
All 10 players are ineligible for the
next game, too.
"Don't ask me about the referees
because you know what the answer is
going to be," Berenson said. "He
should have been there to keep the
players off the ice. He didn't, and we
had trouble."
MICHIGAN lost four of its six
defensemen. Randy Kwong, who
plays center and defense, moved back,
and left-winger Mike Moes, who
played one game as a defenseman in
junior hockey, became Berenson's
experimental project.
"Mike really made the difference,
because we couldn't have survived
with three defensemen," Berenson
said.
Bowling Green had broken the
game wide open in the second period.

JOSE JUAREZ/Dauy
Connell blocks one of the
night at. Yost Ice Arena. The
8-5. Michigan won Saturday,
Shortly into the period, they took a
4-1 lead on a shorthanded goal by
Nelson Emerson, who badgered the
Wolverines with five goals on the
weekend.
At that point, Berenson replaced
Warren Sharples with first-year
goaltender Timmy Keough, who had
not seen action yet this year. Keough
made 18 saves.
"You are really nervous your first
game," Keough said. "Once you get
that first shot, then you got the first
game jitters out, then you're ready to
attack the game.
DENNY FELSNER added two
goals, and Don Stone and Rob
Brown each scored one.
On Friday at Yost Ice Arena, the
Falcons found the breakaway to be
their best friend, often skating in
with 2-1 breaks on Sharples.
Bowling Green's Nelson Emerson
had a hat trick in the 8-5 victory for
the Falcons.

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The BLACK STUDENT UNION
will observe
GGOLIDAJRUTY DAY
(NOVEMBER 7th)
with a
COMMUNTY FORUM
"Empowering Black Youth to Learn"
Mon.. Nov. 7th. 7:00 p.m..
Blue Lounge, Stockwell Dorm
panelists include: Pedra Chaffers, U of M student; Michael
Dawson, Political Science; and several community activists.
*PLEASE WEAR A BSU BOTTON BOTH DAYS TO
SHOW UNITY!
call David Colbert at 763-7037 for more info.

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WHAT'S
HAPPENING

RECREATIONAL SPORTS
FINAL ROCKCL IMBING TRIP OF FAL L TERM, 1988
Experience the thrill and fun of climbing and belaying
the 50ft. cliffs of Grand Ledge Park. Beginner to
advanced climbers are welcome.
TRIP DATES: Sunday, November 13, 1988
PRE-TRIP MEETING: Wed., November 9, 1988
7pm North Campus Recreation Building
Call 764-3967 for more information and to sign up.

CANDIDATE FOR PROSECUTOR TERRY O'HAGAN WITH
U OF M LSA SENIOR JESSE LEVINE.
JESSE'S BIO: 21 YEARS OLD
HOMETOWN: ANN ARBOR, MI.
MAJOR: HONORS ECONOMICS
NOMINATED FOR U OF M STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AWARD FOR
CAMPUS/COMMUNITY POLITICAL SERVICE
MENTIONED AS POSSIBLE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE, ANN ARBOR
CITY COUNCIL, APRIL1989.
Why I'm Voting
Terry O'Hagan
for Prosecutor

Reason 1:

Reason 2:
Reason 3:
Reason 4:

Terry's Concern for Students. Five months ago, Terry approached me because he knew that I was politically
active on campus. He wanted to find out what students wanted from their legal and criminal justice systems and how
the Prosecutor could best address those needs. When Terry is elected, he will be, unlike the current prosecutor,
accessible to students and very aware of our needs.
Credibility. Recently, violent crime has increased dramatically (both on campus and in the greater community),
and the current Prosecutor has not responded. Lawyers and police in this community see this ongoing problem and
know that changes need to be made in our law enforcement and justice systems. They know that Terry O'Hagan has
the qualifications, the dedication, and the energy to take charge of the situation. They respect Terry, and they are
supporting him for Prosecutor.
Visibility. The current Prosecutor has made no effort to stay in touch with the people who live, work, and study
here. When elected, Terry, as he has done throughout the campaign, will be actively involved with the business
groups, homeowners, senior citizens, and students in this community. He will continue to raise the questions and seek
the answers to how he can make this county and this campus safer.
Tough on Crime. Terry has been a lawyer here for 20 years. He has a great deal of experience in the criminal
justice system. He knows how to win cases and, more importantly, he knows how to teach other people to win cases
as well. Unlike his opponent, who has mismanaged the Prosecutor's office and staff, Terry will use the talents of his
19 Assistant Prosecutors to deal effectively with violence in this community. But he can't do it alone. He needs your
help and your vote.

YOU CAN HELP. ON NOV. 8TH, YOU CAN VOTE FOR SOMEONE WHO WILL

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