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Women's Swimming
vs. Michigan State
Sunday, 2 p.m.
Canham Natatorium

SPORTS

Gymnastics
vs. Ohio State
Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

The Michigan Daily

Tuesday, January 24, 1989

Page 7

Blue
Lines
BY TAYLOR LINCOLN
Ten days ago the Michigan
hockey team found itself hurtling
downward in the CCHA with a 1-8-
1 record in its last 10 league games.
The Wolverines slipped to fifth
place and faced a two-game series
against fourth-place Bowling Green,
winners of nine of its last 10.
Adversity surrounded the team
due to injuries and an off-ice
controversy involving four of its
players. "We need a big weekend,"
coach Red Berenson said prior to
the Bowling Green series.
They had a big weekend.
MICHIGAN swept the
Falcons with two solid third-period
efforts and continued its winning
ways this past weekend by
sweeping Ferris State.
Now the Wolverines sit all alone
in fourth place, five points ahead of
Bowling Green, only one point
behind third-place Illinois-Chicago.
The mark of the current
Michigan winning streak has been
the emergence of several players
who had much less impact in the
first part of the season.

Unlikely sources
key 'M' sweeps

The Helber brothers, Tim and
Mike, combined for five goals, in
the last two series, more than
doubling their season output.
Jim Ballantine scored twice in
the closing minutes to seal the win
over Bowling Green, then opened
the scoring against Ferris State last
Friday. He's also added two assists
in the past four games.
ON DEFENSE, Todd Cope-
land and Alex Roberts have
compensated for the absence of the
injured Brad Turner (four games)
and Mark Sorensen (two games).
Copeland scored two of his three
goals and assisted in five others in
the last two series.
"Al Roberts is playing the best
hockey of his career," Berenson
said. "Copeland is playing with a
little more confidence. They are
beginning to step up and play the
kind of hockey we thought they
were capable of."
Copeland and Roberts also
helped keep pressure off goalie
Warren Sharples, who was called
upon to save only 12 Ferris State
shots in Friday's win.

Sharples, the CCHA Player of
the Week, has given up only five
goals in the past four games. He
played as well as a goalie can play
two Fridays ago in the third period
against the Falcons. He made 12
saves, including several spectacular
stops while the teams were tied, 2-
2. Michigan scored four times in
the final six minutes to win, 6-2.
SATURDAY, Sharples was
called on to help again. Ferris State
outshot Michigan, 18-7, in the first
period, but Sharples was true to
each test and when the teams skated
off at intermission, Michigan led,
2-0.
"They really came at us," Beren-
son said. "Sharples was the diffe-
rence in the game at that point."
The re-emergence of Denny
Felsner and the continued excellent
play of center Mike Moes are two
more factors in the Wolverines'
turnaround. Felsner, who started
fast then slumped in the mid-
season, scored four goals and had
two assists in the last four games.
Although Moes hasn't scored in
the last two weeks, his presence has

Blue
rolling
Wrestlers pick
up steam by
topping Big
Ten rivals

ROBIN I!OZNAK'/Doily
Left-winger Don Stone and the Michigan hockey team are
challenging for third place in the CCHA.

been felt in other ways. He had four
assists, including two that opened
the floodgates in Bowling Green.
DESPITE their recent fortunes,
though, the greatest test for the
Wolverines lies ahead. Six of their
final eight games will be played on
the road, where Michigan must
continue its winning ways.
The Wolverines must prove that
they can deal with success without
letdowns. Earlier, they won five out

of six to rise to second place in the
standings. With Ohio State, which
was tied for last place, next on their
schedule, it looked as if two more
wins were on the horizon.
Instead, the Buckeyes swept
Michigan. The Wolverines wound
up in a tailspin that lasted for two
months.
Now the Wolverines have won
four straight, and their next oppo-
nent is none other than Ohio State.

BY STEVEN COHEN
After being ranked No.I nationally.
in a preseason poll, the fourth-ranked
Michigan wrestling team is expected
to defeat most of its competition.
But not necessarily in the fashion
with which the Wolverines defeated
its three opponents, Indiana, Illinois,
and Purdue, last weekend.
Thursday night, the Wolverines
faced the 13th-ranked Hoosiers, who
Michigan coach Dale Bahr expected
to be the toughest team of the three.
They were. Michigan defeated
Indiana, 30-10.
THE WOLVERINES followed
by drubbing Illinois 36-9, and
Purdue, 44-2.
"It was a nice, relaxing weekend"
for us," Bahr said. "We wrestled like
we were Michigan and expected to
win. When we wrestle teams in the
top five-Oklahoma State, Arizona
State, Penn State, and Iowa, we
expect it to be a real good dual meet.
If we wrestle other teams in the top
ten it should be close. But (outside
of the top ten) we really expect toF
win."
Bahr couldn't always expect
victories. Two years ago, Michigan
lost a dual meet at Purdue. Although
this was a different, injury-ridden
Boilermaker squad, with five first-
year wrestlers, Michigan still had the:
bitter taste of defeat in its mouth to
propel them to a near-flawless
performance.
Mike Amine returned from the
knee injury suffered in a win against
top-ranked Mike Farrel of Oklahoma
State, to pin his Purdue opponent.
See Rolling, Page 8

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Read Jim Poniewozik Every Illini gain top spot in i
Michigan falls to tenth

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BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Illinois became the first team this
season other than Duke to hold the
No. 1 position in The Associated
Press college basketball poll on
Monday. It also marked the first
time the Fighting Illini have held
that spot in the regular season in 37
years.
The only undefeated Division 1
team, Illinois received 62 of the 65
first place votes cast and 1,296
points from the nationwide panel of
sportswriters and broadcasters. The
Fighting Illini were pushed to the
limit Sunday to win their 17th
straight, a 103-92 double-overtime
victory over Georgia Tech.
The last time Illinois held the
No.1 spot in the regular season was
in the poll released on Jan. 22, 1952
when it took over the top spot from
Kansas. The Fighting Illini held it
just one week as they lost to DePaul
four days later.
ILLINOIS was No. 1 in the

preseason poll for the 1952-53
season but lost an early season Big
Ten game with Minnesota.
Michigan, 15-3 after a 71-68 loss
to Wisconsin, dropped from sixth to
tenth place.
Duke had held the No. 1 spot in
the preseason poll and in the first
nine regular-season votings but the
Blue Devils, 13-2 lost their first
games of the season this week, a 20-
point home loss to North Carolina
and a 75-71 loss at Wake Forest to
fall to eighth in the voting.
GEORGETOWN, Louisville and
Oklahoma each advanced one place
in the voting as did Illinois.
The Hoyas, 14-1, took second
with one first-place vote and 1,173
points, just six more than
Louisville, 13-2, which hadthe
other two first-place votes.
Oklahoma, 15-2, moved up to
fourth with 1,079 points and was
followed by fellow Big Eight
member Missouri, 16-3 which

received 939 points in moving up
three places from last week.
Arizona, 13-2, which also moved
up three spots, was sixth with 884
points, nine more than North
Carolina, which improved to 16-3
with victories over Duke and North
Carolina State.
Duke, Seton Hall and Michigan
rounded out the Top Ten.

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