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Women's Basketball
vs. Purdue
Friday, 8 p.m.
Crisler Arena

SPORTS

Men's Basketball
vs. Michigan State
Saturday, 1 p.m.
Crisler Arena

The Michigan Daily

Tuesday, January 31, 1989

Page"7

Blue
Lines
BY TAYLOR LINCOLN
SPECIAL TO THE DAILY
COLUMBUS - Prior to the hoc
trip to Columbus last weekend,
Berenson and his players were issuin
on the OSU Ice Arena, ranging from'
par Division I hockey facility," to "It
But Ohio State Ice Arena is on
places you have to see to believe.
You walk into the place and look
see about fifteen rows of bleachers alo
of the ice and another fifteen rows in
end zone areas, and that is all. You
the place only seats 1600 people.
THE PRESS box is across the
above the team's benches. So the
around the rink, through the Ohio
area, and up a steep 12-step stairway
one that would lead up to an attic.

. t
If the dimen
little bit small,
-key team's lines are scrunc
coach Red other rinks.
ng warnings If the ceiling
"It's a sub- was stopped f
s a dump." game on accou
ne of those the banners han
If you're
around and prestigious as
ong one side facility thatI
n one of the community rink
realize why FANS C
rink..." Friday
ice directly flew open. Wh)
press walks against the boa
State bench Ohio State h
resembling if the unique c
advantage. "It

OSU Ice Rink is no sight to
behold - it's just 'a dump'
nsions of the ice surface look a "There's more contact because the ice is smaller,
it's because they are. The blue but it's probably not that important."
:hed much closer together than at Any chance for a new place?
"I don't know," he said, rolling his eyes. "I'm
g looks a little bit low, it is. Play not going to build it."
our times during Friday night's The locker room facility is about the size of a
nt of pucks hitting the ceiling or large closet, leaving the players literally no space
ging from it. to move around as they dress.
wondering why a school as BUT Warren Sharples' complaint after
Ohio State is saddled with a Friday's game was not about the size of the
pales in comparison to many locker room. His attention was focused on the
ks, you're not alone, cockroach he found in his locker.
H A NT E D, New rink, new "This place is unruly - cockroaches in the
night when a door unexpectedly locker room," Sharples said as he hammered the
y did it spring open? Just a check cockroach with his goalie stick.
rds, that s all. "You never know down here," Berenson said
ead coach Jerry Welsh was asked after Friday's game. "We've had some peculiar
onditions give the home team anatingsshap e." W
's an arguable point," he said. things happen.

Mike Gill

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Hodge's shotput leads
Wolverine improvement

Associated Press
Basketball Top 20

BY MARK KATZ
The women's indoor track team
continued to improve at their third
meet of the season Saturday at
Eastern Michigan University.
"I thought we performed well as
a team," said fifth-year coach James
Henry. "We had a number of
substantial improvements from
week two (last weekend at the
Illinois Invitational) to week three."
The meet was highlighted by the
performance of Starry Hodge in the
shotput. Hodge placed second with
a score of 49-feet, 2-inches -an
improvement of over two feet from
last week and a distance within four
inches of NCAA qualifying
standards. (Athletes must achieve a
NCAA-designated time or distance
to be eligible for competition in the
NCAA championships in early
June.)
IN ADDITION, distance
runners Mindy Rowand and Carol

Boyd, who continue to maintain the
high level of achievement they
displayed in the first two track
meets and the cross country season,
placed first and second, respectively,
in the 3,000 meters.
In the 55-meter hurdles, senior
Dana Davidson cleared the NCAA
qualifying time of 8.01 seconds
convincingly. She recorded a career
best and school record time of 7.90
seconds.
The final overachiever of the day
was first-year runner Megan Nortz,
who captured first place in the
1,000 meter run.
HOWEVER, the success of
the team did not overshadow the
fact that a few team members were
still nursing injuries. Junior
sprinter Gillian Osborne was still
having problems with her knee, and
Tracy Babcock and Ava Udavia were

recovering from "a few minor
injuries."
While Henry cited improvement,
he is not yet satisfied with the
team's performance. "I'm very
pleased, but satisfaction isn't there
yet because we still have room to
improve," he said. "If we continue
to improve at this rate, I think
we're going to be satisfied at the
end of the year. All areas on our
track team have improved."
Henry and the team will travel
to Ohio State this upcoming
weekend for the Lady Buckeye
meet, which will be the first
scoring meet in Henry's career. "It
will be the first time that we will
have the opportunity to try to win
an invitational outside of our (Big
Ten) championships." Ohio State
and Purdue, who both competed at
Eastern Michigan, will also attend
this week's meet.

SCHOOL REC.
1. Oklahoma i(32) 17-2
2. Illinois (25) 18-11
3. North Carolina (4) 18-3
4. Arizona (1) 15-2
5. Missouri (3) 18-3
6. Georgetown (1) 15-2
7. Louisville 14-3
8. Florida State 16-1
9. Iowa 15-3
10. Seton Hall 18-2
11. MICHIGAN 16-4
12. Duke 14-3
13. N. Carolina St. 14-2
14. Syracuse 17-4
15. Ohio State 15-4
16. Nev.- Las Vegas 14-4
17. Indiana 16-5
18. West Virginia 15-2
19. LSU 14-5
20. Stanford 15-5

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Blue collar maize line
keys Red's red. hot team
COLUMBUS - Who needs razzle and dazzle? Who needs pizzazz?
Who needs it? Who wants it?
I'll take blue collar and everything that comes with it - the ring
around the collar, the smell of sweat, the dark black oil stains on the shirt.
How does the Michigan hockey team spell blue collar?
HUB.
Like those greasy things on a car, hub caps. Only in Wolverine
country, HUB stands for Timmy Helber, Jeff Urban, and Kent Brothers,
the team's fourth line. They wear maize shirts in practice - are proud of
such a fact - but there's gotta be a blue collar on it somewhere.
Now let's define blue collar. This isn't a story about three guys who
go to class by day, play hockey at night, and work the midnight shift at
the General Motors Poletown plant, although Helber does build houses in
the summertime.
INSTEAD, it's their blue collar play on ice where they exemplify the
lunch box beer commercials where guys work hard until the whistle
blows, and full of sweat and a smile, they head home. Job done and done
well. But with no glitz.
For Michigan, the maize line's job was to kill time. If the other lines
could rest for a bit, while no damage was done, they were doing their job.
But lately, they've had other ideas.
Like score. And score first. In
the Wolverines' six game winning
streak, the fourth line has scored
the first goal five times.
"Our line seems to be clicking
and when you get into a certain
groove, things just go in," said Jeff
Urban, who started the scoring both
times against Ohio State with his
first goals of the season. "I think
the rest of the team sets us up.
When we get to the fourth line, the
other teams are not expecting us,
they're kinda buttered up."
Added linesmate Brothers: "We
push everyone to work harder.
That's part of our job. When we
work hard it forces everyone else to 'We're just givin' it our-
work hard." all, havin' a blast,
THE FOURTH line isal, hv kn '
making an impact, and their impact playin'hockey.
can directly be correlated to the - Tim Helber
team's rise in the standings.
"They have to play like they're important," coach Red Berenson said.
"Right now, they're playing like they're important. Earlier, they weren't
playing effectively as a line or seeming to have a purpose. Now they're'
realizing they can do something to help this team."
They make the goals, they bring home some of the bacon. Blue collar.
"We just lit a fire underneath ourselves," Helber said. "We're just
givin' it our all, havin' a blast, playin' hockey."
YOU CAN'T get much simpler than that.
Forget the stomachs, but this line is Fred Flinstone, Archie Bunker:
and Ralph Kramden.
Right now, this team is on a honeymoon. Six in a row. Nine of 11.
From fifth place and sliding to second place and rising.
After Saturday's game, the Red Baron was smokin'. Berenson held a
cigar in his hand. When asked why he decided to light up after the game he
smiled and said, "The time is right."
It's right, he explained, because, "this is the best I've felt about a total
team effort for a 60 minute game. I liked our work ethic."
The work ethic started with the blue collar line. Helber, Brothers and
"Suburban" Urban.
The maize line. It's comin' through.
EXTRA
POINTS

NCAA HOCKEY
DIVISION I TOP 15

"CLASSIFIED ADS

SCHOOL I
L Harvard (4)
2. Michigan St.
3. Minnesota
4. Boston College
5. Maine
6. N. Michigan
7. St. Lawrence
8. Lake Superior St.
9. Wisconsin
10. Northeastern
11. IlL- Chicago
12. MICHIGAN
(tie) N. Dakota
14. Colgate
15. Bowling Green

EC.A
15-0-0
24-5-1
24-7-3
17-5-1
22-5-0
18-12-2
19-3-0
18-84
17-10-4
14-11-1
17-9-4
16-11-3
17-14-1
12-8-1
18-13-1

Prs.
60
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48.
43
39
36.
31.
28
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14.
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