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vs. Ferris State
Friday, 7 p.m.
Big Rapids



vs. Wisconsin
Saturday, Noon (ESPN)
Michigan Stadium


Yost sets yet another record
Old rival provided opposition for ice arena's 400th
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Daily Hockey Writer
Michigan played its 400th game in Yost Ice Arena
Friday night, during its 22nd season in this venue. The
Wolverines' record now stands at 252-133-16 in 401
The arena, named after Michigan legend Fielding H.
Yost, was built in 1924 as a fieldhouse (and formerly
named such) to host several varsity sports including track
nd basketball. Once the nation's second largest college-
owned rink in the country seating 8,100, Yost's seating
was reduced to the current capacity of 7,235. Yost himself
coached the football team for 25 seasons, leading the
Wovlerines to eight Big Ten titles and four national
championships. As his coaching tenure was drawing to a
close, he became Michigan's first Director of Athletics.
Fortunately for Yost, he was not around to see the first-
ever strawberry pie eating contest held Friday night. This
is the first in a new series of between-period contests
*ponsored by the athletic department. In the near future,
fans will have a chance to participate in Human Score-O
and other adventurous contests.
MISSING PERSONS: At Monday's practice, right wing
Mike Knuble was on the bench. Dressed in shorts and a
practice jersey, all he could do was sit and watch as his
teammates skated.
Senior Alan Sinclair and sophomore Chris Frescoln,
both defensemen, were at the hospital Monday instead of
Yost Ice Arena to undergo a series of tests. The results of
these evaluations will provide doctors with comparative
*ata in analyzing the results of tests Knuble underwent for
a chest infection. The similar builds of Sinclair (6 feet 4)
and Frescoln (6 feet 2) to Knuble (6 feet 2) was the reason
the pair was selected.
Sophomore Mike Legg, having been sick since Sun-
day with the flu, was absent. He did show up, but the
coaches told him not to dress.
With only 11 forwards, defenseman Mark Sakala
moved up to right wing, skating on the third line with
center John Madden and left wing freshman Matt Herr.
S Center Kevin Hilton left practice with a sore back, but

should play this weekend at Ferris State.
ONE-FOR-Two: The Wolverines have only scored one
goal in the second period thus far this season. Ironically,
this was their most successful 20 minutes last year, tally-
ing 74 goals in 41 games.
After scoring five goals in the first period of its contest
against York University, Michigan took until midway
through the third to find the back of the net again. This past
weekend, Michigan notched three goals in the first period
of both games against Colorado College, but only during
Saturday's 5-4 last-second victory did the team manage to
beat the Tigers' goaltender in the second stanza.
A SORTED PAST: Although Michigan's home stand
with Colorado College provided fans with their first
opportunity to see the WCHA champion Tigers, Michigan
has a history with them. Colorado defeated Michigan in
the 1957 NCAA Finals, 13-6, and the two battled during
the Wolverines' championship seasons of 1952 and 1955.
Overall, Michigan leads the series 55-34-3.

;higan Michigan forward Kevin Hilton (10) has tallied two goals and assisted on five others in three games this season.


Michigan tops conference after tournament

Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan men's water polo
team (15-7) came out of last
weekend's Indiana Invitational with
Ahree wins, one loss and the top
standing in the Big Ten.
The Wolverines won their first
three matches in the round-robin
tournament against Michigan State,
Missouri and Indiana. However,
Michigan dropped its fourth match,
11-10, to a tough Northwestern of-
Cone edges
NEW YORK (AP) -David Cone,
coming off the worst season of his
career, bounced back to again beat
out former teammate Jimmy Key in a
close vote Tuesday for the AL Cy
Young Award.
Cone, 16-5 with a 2.94 ERA for
*he Kansas City Royals, won the award
despite not leading the league in any
pitching category. Key, 17-4 with a
3.27 ERA for the New York Yankees,
led the majors in wins.
Cone received 15 of 28 first-place
votes and finished with 108 points in
balloting by the Baseball Writers

The Wolverines' offense took
shots against the Wildcats that were
similar to efforts they had performed
numerous times earlier. However,
Michigan was unable to make good
on many of them.
"Our defense was solid but our
offense was a little off," Wolverine
coach Scott Russell said.
However, Michigan's offense
certainly provided more firepower
in the first three rounds of the tour-
nament, which Russell billed as a
precursor to the upcoming confer-

ence tournament.
The Wolverines won their first
match convincingly against Michi-
gan State, docking the Spartans 18-
10. Michigan followed with a 18-11
victory over Missouri. In the third
round, the Wolverines beat the host
Hoosiers, 16-8.
"We played extremely well in
the first three games," Russell said.
Sophomore Louis Lambert
scored 15 goals in the tournament.
Senior Drew Hanz was sccond with
14 goals and led in assists with 10.

Senior Mark Lefko also contributed
to the effort, racking up seven tal-
At the close of the regular sea-
son, the Wolverines are in first place
in the Big Ten. They will receive
the highest seed at the conference
tournament, scheduled for Nov. 4-6
at Northwestern.
Junior co-captain Jason
Cunningham was the regular
season's high scorer, with 45 tal-
lies. He also assisted on eight shots
over the weekend.

It's not
easy being
Black & White!
\ CCo

Key for AL Cy Young

Association of America. Key got 10
first-place votes and 96 points.
Randy Johnson, 13-6 with a 3.19
ERA and a major league-leading 204
strikeouts for the Seattle Mariners,
received two first-place votes and fin-
ished third with 24 points. Mike
Mussina, 16-5 with a 3.06 ERA for
the Baltimore Orioles, got one first-
place vote and was fourth with 23
Greg Maddux won his record third
straight Cy Young with a unanimous
victory in the NL voting Tuesday.
The AL MVP will be announced

Cone struck out 132 in 23 games
before the players' strike started Aug.
12. Key fanned 97 in 24 games.
Cone and Key pitched together
for the Toronto Blue Jays for the last
two months of the 1992 season. Cone,
acquired in late August in a trade
from the New York Mets, bumped
Key out of manager Cito Gaston's
playoff rotation, making two starts
while Key was left in the bullpen.
Cone also started ahead of Key in
the World Series. Key wound up
See CY YOUNG, Page 12

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