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Hockey
vs. Michigan State
Friday, 7 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

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State of Michigan Classic
Friday, all day
Liberty Sports Complex

HocKEY NOTEBOOK:
Wolverines streaking
into CCHA history
By PAUL BARGER
DAILY HOCKEY WRITER
The Michigan hockey team is on the verge of breaking two major CCHA
records. If the Wolverines sweep both games this weekend against Michigan
State they will equal the mark for consecutive games without a loss or a tie. The
Wolverines have won 16 straight conference games.
: In addition, with four more victories, the Wolverines will eclipse the record
for CCHA games without a loss. The Wolverines are currently on a 24-game
conference unbeaten streak, dating back to last year.
Ironically, both records are held by the rival Spartans. In 1984-85, Michi-
gan State went 27 games without dropping a contest. Five years later, the
Spartans won 18 straight games.
I Michigan's only conference blemish this season is a 5-5 tie against
Bowling Green in the first CCHA game of the year.
23 FOR 23 FOR 22: Junior Mike Knuble is on a pace to average a goal in
every Wolverine game this season. Knuble, who wears jersey No. 22, has
scored 23 goals in 23 games. The last Wolverine to average a goal per game
or better was Murray Eaves in 1979-80 (36 goals in 33 games).
POINT MAN: Michigan senior captain Brian Wiseman is finishing his
career in style. The Chatham, Ont., native came into the season with 179
points, 82 below the Wolverines all-time mark held by Denny Felsner.
Wiseman has 47 points on the season, leaving him 35 short of the top spot.
A more attainable goal for Wiseman is that of career assists. Coming into
the year, the center had 115 assists, 42 short of David Roberts. He already has
37 on the season, averaging 1.6 per game. In his career he has managed just
over one assist per contest.
. CENTURY MARK: Michigan goaltender Steve Shields has had a season full
of milestones. Having already broken the CCHA and NCAA all-time records
for wins, Shields is now on the verge of a remarkable feat: 100 career victories.
The senior can reach the mark with a win against the Spartans Friday.
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Spartans shock
No. 4 Michigan
wrestlers, 21-15

ANASTASIA BANICKI/Daily
Michigan's Sean Bormet won 5-4 over Spartan Dan Wirnsberger.
Former M' star Washington
upsets Stich in Australian Open

By DAVE SCHWARTZ
DAILY SPORTS WRITER
For the No. 4 Michigan wrestling
team, things have suddenly gone a bit
sour. The Wolverines fell to Michigan
State at Cliff Keen Arena last night, 21-
15. Michigan has dropped two of its last
three matches. The Wolverines lost at
Penn State Saturday.
Coming into the match, Michigan
(0-2 Big Ten, 4-2 oerall) realized its
strength was certainly not in the lighter
weight classes. Against the Spartans
(1-1, 3-1), the Wolverines lost the
first four matches to fall behind, 14-0.
"It's tough when you lose the first
four matches," Michigan coach Dale
Bahr said. "It puts all the pressure on
your last six wrestlers."
At 118lbs.,Michigan's Matt Stout
fell to Spartan Kelvin Jackson, 6-3.
"The turning points for us were at
142 and 177," Bahr said. "We just
didn't wrestle well at these weights. If
you asked me before the match, I
would have told you we should win
those matches."
Wolverine Mike Ellsworth (142)
lost to Phil Judge, 10-0. It was after
this match that Michigan regained the
momentum.
Michigan's Brian Harper (150) had
no problems with Mike Gowans, win-
ning,16-6. Whatthecrowd was waiting
for was the next match, at 158, involv-
ing Michigan's Sean Bormet, who is
ranked No. 2 in the nation,: and Dan
Wirnsberger, who is No. 4.

In the first two periods, both wres-
tlers were very conservative, avoid-
ing aggressive moves. With the score
tied at one in the third period, Bormet
displayed his quickness to score a
takedown with 44 seconds left.
Wirnsberger then got an escape and a
takedown. Bormet was awarded a
point for riding time.
After a scoreless overtime,
Bormet made a reversal move on
Wirnsberger in sudden death to take
the match, 5-4, and run his season
record to a perfect 16-0.
"This was one of the great matches
I've ever seen," Michigan State coach
Tom Minkel said. "The back and forth
action was tremendous."
Michigan got a huge lift at 167
when Chad Biggert defeated No. 12
Joel Morrissette, 3-2. This win pulled
the Wolverines to within 14-10.
At 177, Michigan's Jesse Rawls,
Jr. fell behind Spartan Erich Harvey
in the third period, losing, 8-4.
In the next match, the Spartans'
Emilio Collins, who is ranked fifth,
beat Michigan's Jehad Hamden, 10-0.
What was expected to be the
clinching match for Michigan at the
heavyweight turned out to be a mere
formality in the final score. The Wol-
verines' No. 2 Steve King won by a
technical fall, 25-9.
"It's disappointing after beating *
these guys for nine straight years,"
Bahr said. "We just have to improve.
We have to get tougher."

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP)-
In one of the biggest wins of his
professional career, Michigan gradu-
ate MaliVai Washington knocked sec-
ond-seed Michael Stich out of the
Australian Open yesterday.
Washington pulled off the biggest
upset of the first round, ousting Stich
with a 7-6(7-4),6-3,3-6,6-2, victory.
Washington took advantage of
repeated mistakes by the German, who
sprayed shots off the court in all di-

rections and was forced into errors at
the net by Washington's low returns.
Washington, ranked 26th in the
world, lost his serve only in the third
set. Though Stich is one of the best
serve-and-volleyers in tennis, Wash-
ington had a better winning percent-
age at the net.
"MaliVai played a good match,"
Stich said. "He hung in there and he
didn't make as many unforced errors
as I made."

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The Student members of the University of
Michigan's Judicial Board will be holding
an open hearing to consider amendments
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Students Rights and Responsibilities
Thursday, January 27, 1994
6:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.
Pendleton Room,
Michigan Union (2nd floor)
Amendments may be proposed by: a
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signed by 500 currently enrolled
students, The Michigan Student Assem-
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Student Affairs with the assistance of the
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VOLLEYBALL NOTEBOOK:
Men enjoy successful
debut at Cliff Keen.

By MELINDA ROCO
DAILY SPORTS WRITER
Cliff Keen Arena, home of the
Michigan women's, volleyball team,
housed the men's team during its
match against Purdue last weekend.
After seasons of playing matches
at the CCRB and the IM building,
Michigan enjoyed the benefits of play-
ing at Cliff Keen.
"We are very appreciative to the
University for allowing us to play in
the arena," Michigan coach Pam
Griffin said. "We had the opportu-
nity to play a few matches there last
season. It's designed specifically for
volleyball, and the team loves play-
ing there."
Setter Stan Lee also expressed
enthusiasm for the switch.
"We've seen increased support for
men's volleyball, and we had a pretty
good crowd cheering us on at Cliff
Keen," Lee 'said. "We hope to see
more fans at our matches as the sea-
son continues."
The Wolverines will play Michigan
State and Ohio State atCliffKeen in April.
ON THE ROAD TO VARSITY: The
move to Cliff Keen Arena is just one
more step the Wolverines have taken
in advancing the club program to-
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wards varsity status.
Following a trend of increasing
popularity in men's volleyball, nearly
60 collegiate programs reached
NCAA varsity status this past year,
including Big Ten schools Ohio State
and Penn State.
The remaining Big Ten schools are
currently sponsoring a petition drive to
advance the clubs to varsity status.
"Although the state of Michigan
has shown the strongest growth in
men's volleyball, at both the high
school and collegiate levels, it is the
only state without a men's collegiate
varsity program," Michigan State
coach Sante Perelli said. "The stu-
dents are charged with the responsi-
bility of gaining varsity status for
their teams, and if the petition draws
enough response, high schools and
colleges will have to take a strong
look at their programs."
TALENT COMES AND GOES: The
Wolverines expanded its practice team
and added freshman setter Duke
Arora to the squad. However, fresh-
man Ernesto Rodriguez, who led the
team in kills and hitting percentage
during the preseason, decided not to
return for the regular season due to
academic responsibilities.
Despite the loss of a starting outside
hitter, Griffin feels that Rodriguez's
decision will not hurt the team.
"We respect his decision and don't
harbor any hard feelings," Griffin said.
"His absence will by no means affect
the team in reaching our goals. We
have several outstanding outside hit-
ters, so we'll be spreading the offense
out more."

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