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Page 14 - The Michigan Daily -Tuesday, December 12, 1989
Skidding icers seek
rebound versus UIC

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MICHIGAN SPORTS,
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'M' wrestlers face
first dual meet foe

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by David H yman
Daily Hockey Writer
{ Coming off a disappointing
weekend sweep by Michigan State,
the Wolverine hockey team looks to
return to its winning ways when it
hosts the University of Illinois-
Chicago (3-16 overall, 2-14 in
CCHA) Friday and Saturday.
And while many of you are
sunbathing on the beaches of
Southern California or Florida or
skiing the slopes of the Rockies,
Michigan (10-7-1, 8-7-1) will
iontinue to take the ice.
On December 29-30, the
Wolverines will compete in the
Great Lakes Invitational at Joe Louis
Arena in hopes of defending last

season's championship victory over
North Dakota. In last year's
championship game, Michigan
rallied from a 5-1 third period deficit
to score four goals in the third to
even the score, capturing the trophy
on a Mike Moes goal at 4:03 of the
second overtime.
In the first game, Michigan will
face-off against Northern Michigan
and will play either Michigan State
or Michigan Tech, depending upon
the outcomes of both games.
After the new year, the
Wolverines will host Lake Superior
State for two games, on January 5
and 6. As of last week, the Lakers
held the top ranking in the nation.

'M' women swim west
by Jared Entin
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan women's swimming team will be enjoying their holiday
vacation in Hawaii. Or will they? On December 22, the women swimmers
travel to Honolulu to continue their demanding training schedule for their
National Championship drive. The Wolverines have on their agenda not
only three weeks of practices, but also two meets.
The first meet, on Dec. 30, is against Hawaii. On January 2 and 3, the
swimmers will participate in the Rainbow Invitational, which features
teams who trained in Honolulu during the holiday period. Although none of
the nation's powerhouses will be at the meet, many strong teams will be
looking to knock off the fifth-ranked Wolverines.
Michigan will not field its divers in either meet, largely because coach
Dick Kimball does not want to disrupt the team's practice environment by
even travelling to Hawaii.

by Matt Rennie
Daily Sports Writer
Over winter break, the Michigan
wrestlers will end one portion of
their season and open another.
The Wolverines will compete in
their final pre-season open tourn-
ament when they travel to Evanston
for the Midlands, and they will face
off against Lehigh in the first dual
meet of the year.
The Midlands, which will take
place December 29 and 30, is widely
recognized as one of the top meets in
the country. This year is no
exception as Oklahoma State (ranked
2nd in the country), Northwestern
(11th), Indiana (12th), and Lock
Haven (39th) will all send full
squads to Evanston.

In addition, other top teams such
as Iowa and Iowa State will be repre-
sented by some of their team mem-
bers. While Iowa assistant coach
Barry Davis was unable to confirm
anything, he said that he would ex-
pect Iowa to send All-Americans
Mark Reiland and Tom Brands.
The highlight of the Lehigh dual
meet should be in the 190-pound
class, where Michigan co-captain
Fritz Lehrke, ranked 7th in the
country, will take on Matt Ruppel,
ranked 3rd nationally.
Lehigh should provide a healthy
challenge in the Wolverines' first
taste of dual meet action, as they
hold the 30th spot in the land.

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Swim team
continues
title drive
over break

by Douglas Donaldson
Daily Sports Writer
When the 1989-90 season began,
the Michigan men's swim team had
one overriding goal: bringing a
NCAA championship to Ann Arbor.
Midway through the year, they are
well on their way to achieving that
goal. Head coach Jon Urbanchek will
take his squad into the holiday break
boasting a dual meet record of 6-0,
and strong showings in two
invitational meets.
Last weekend's swims were the

last events scheduled for this calendar
year. That means the swimmers will
be spending the next few weeks
studying for final exams and
attending light practice sessions. The
team will stay in Ann Arbor until
December 21, when their well-
deserved, but short, Christmas
vacation will begin.
On December 26, the team leaves
for Boca Raton, Florida. There they
will prepare for the Mission Bay
Invitational, on January 5 and 6.
The following weekend, Mich-

igan will host Stanford University,1
in Ann Arbor. The meet will
undoubtedly be the Wolverines'
most revealing test of strength so far
this year. "Stanford has the number-
one ranked swim program in the
country," according to Urbanchek.
"This will be the focus of the dual
meet season."

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