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Page 8 -The Michigan Daily- Thursday, January 30, 1992

Spikers
by Dan Linna
Daily Sports Writer
Only the strong can expect to
survive Saturday when 30 teams;
clash in the Wolverine Collegiate
Classic at the CCRB.
The Michigan men's volleyball
team (4-1) will have two entries
when pool play begins at 9 a.m. in
six pools.
Michigan coach Tom Johengen
split the team into two squads of
eight players each for the tourna-
ment. One squad (Michigan Blue) is
comprised of regulars. The other
(Michigan Maize) is made up of re-
serves.
"We're not going to be able to
rely on any substitutions," junior
Chris Peirce said. "Everyone is go-
ing to have to play 100%.
"We have really high expecta-
tions and I think we will do pretty
well."
The University of Buffalo,
seeded first in its pool, is considered
the favorite going into the tourna-
ment. The Rhinos finished third in
the Collegiate Club Nationals last
year and recently returned from a
California road trip where they

host 30-team

knocked off several of the top teams
in the country.
The Wolverines' Blue team will
also be a top seed as will Park Col-
lege, Graceland College, Michigan
State, and Cornell. In addition to
the top seeds, the University of
Windsor is expected to field a
strong team.
Each pool will contain a top seed
and four other teams. The top 12
teams after pool play will advance
'We have to start
gelling as a team and
now is the time to do
-Keith Barr
Michigan men's
volleyball player
to a single-elimination playoff. Six
additional teams will participate in
a consolation playoff.
"It's going to be great to see the
other teams in the area and see where
we fit in," senior co-captain Keith
Baar said. "These are the teams we
will be playing in the Midwestern
Championships and at the higher

levels.
"We have to start gelling as a
team and now is the time to do it."
After a drubbing by the Spartans
two weeks ago, the Wolverines
played nearly flawless volleyball
in their defeats of Wisconsin, Iowa,
and Northwestern. While Michigan
overmatched those teams, it will
have to bring its play to another
level to compete with the top seeds.
"Typically, you have to get on a
roll in a tournament like this,"
Michigan coach Tom Johengen said.
"You need to play well early and
let it build as you advance. You
must remain confident and consis-
tent. If you can sustain that the
whole day, and not get worn down,
you can do well."
Michigan hopes to finish in at
least the top five of the tournament.
To advance that far would probably
mean a second meeting with
Michigan State. Although the
Spartans soundly defeated the
Wolverines in their only meeting,
team members said they are looking
forward to a rematch.
"I think it would be a whole lot
different this time," Peirce said.

Classic
"We seem to play better at our own
tournaments. That loss was only
our second match of the year and we
didn't play nearly as well as we are
capable."
With the finals of the tourna-
ment not expected to start until
8:30 or 9:00 p.m., it will be a very
long day for Michigan.
"It is going to be tough for those
of us who aren't exactly morning
people," Baar said. "We are going to
have to get up for the early games
and that is probably the hardest
thing to do. Once we get into the
later rounds it is just inherent that
you are going to be a little more ex-
cited and a little more focused."
It doesn't get any easier for the
Wolverines. Next Saturday the
team will participate in a tri-match
at Wisconsin and then travel to an
Sunday tri-match at Illinois.
The following weekend will be
much the same with a tri-match at
home Saturday and a tri-match at
Bowling Green Sunday."We have to
play well now," Baar said. "We are
still trying to get to know each
other and that can't go on much
longer."

*I

Tim Werner goes for a spike against Michigan State. Michigan will host
the Wolverine Collegiate Classic this weekend at the CCRB.

- I I U

Men's Realities
a workshop on
work
competition
friendships
masculinity
This is a 2 hour introduction to the current world of men's realities.
" Do you find yourself only able to relate to other men in a
competitive manner?
" Do you find yourself constantly comparing and evaluating
yourself and others?
" Are you lonely?
" Do you feel like you have no real friends that are men?
" Do you wonder what a healthy sense of masculinity means?
" Do you have difficulty giving time to developing close
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Counseling Services
Wednesday, February 5, 1992 from 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Pond Room First Floor-Michigan Union Building
Sponsored by the University of Michigan Counseling Services
For more information call 764-8312

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Law School
BLACK LAW STUDENTS
ALLIANCE
Black History Month Program
Presents:
THE EVOLUTION OF
MALCOLM X: THE
MAN & THE MYTH
Speaker: Paul Lee, eminent biogra-
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consultant on Spike Lee's upcoming
film on Malcolm X.
Guest Speaker: Wilfred Little,
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Films: "The Loss of Our Warrior" &
"Struggle For Freedom"
Display: Prints and Portraits of
Malcolm X from "The Man on the
Tightrope" exhibit.
Question and Answer Session with
Paul Lee & Wilfred Little.
Feb. 2,1992
2:00-5:00 p.m.,
Honigman
Auditorium A
Room 100 Admission is free
Hutchins Hall and open to public

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by Meg Beis

skis to second at Caberfae9

on

Close races and competitive
times usually await the Michigan
men's and women's ski teams when
they travel to Crystal Mountain
and the Caberfae Ski Resort. This
weekend proved to be no exception
when both teams captured second-
place finishes.
The Wolverines competed
against eight teams from their divi-
sion, including Michigan State,
Ferris State, Central Michigan
Western Michigan, Albion, UM-
Flint, and Grand Valley State. The
only out of state team was Notre
Dame.
"It's very competitive between
Ferris, MSU, and us," senior captain
Kevin Gietzen said. "Who skis bet-
ter on what day decides who's going
to win."

The Bulldogs had the edge this
weekend and came away with the
victory in the men's -division.
Michigan finished in second place,
with MSU right behind in third.
Matt Turner turned in an im-
pressive first-place finish in the gi-
ant slalom with a combined time of
52.33 seconds. Tim Sattelmeier took
third place in the slalom as he raced
to a time of 50.29.
The men have one more chance
before divisionals to capture first
place at a meet involving many of
the same teams this weekend.
"We're going to try hard to beat
Ferris," Sattelmeier said. "This
weekend we had a few people
crash."
The Michigan women's ski team
also posted a second-place finish
this weekend just behind Michigan
State.
"It's always tight with State,"
junior Amy Gray explained. "Most
of our competition is from State in
our division."
Lisa Witty was the top Wolver-
ine finisher in the slalom with a sec-
ond-place finish in 57.32. Kelly
Copeland finished in first place in
the giant slalom with a time of
56.12.
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self," Copeland said. "We all just
have to stick together and put to-
gether two solid runs."
The women compete at Caberfae
and Crystal Mountain this weekend.

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Slalom

Men
Tim Sattelmeier
Matt Turner
Kevin Gietzen
Women
Lisa Witty
Kelly Copeland
Amy Gray

Time Place
50.29 3rd
51.01 4th
52.29 8th
Time Place
57.32 2nd
60.23 4th
63.16 7th

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Giant Slalom

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Men
Matt Turner
Mike Johnson
Kevin Gietzen
Women
Kelly Copeland
Sara MacKeigan
Amy Gray ,

Time
52.33
52.64
53.62
Time
56.12
58.07

Place
1st
6th
11th
Place
1st
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