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14- The Michigan Daily Summer Weekly -Wednesday, June16,1993

WARD.
Continued from page 13
Jimmy Carson and Gary Shuchuk.
Winnipeg, which is loaded with
quality defensemenneverseemedin-
terested in getting Ward to Manitoba
any time soon.Detroithas held Ward
in high esteem since his stellar fresh-
man season at Michigan.
"I'mhappyIbelong toateamthat
has an actual interest in me," Ward

admitted. "Obviously (Wings General
Manager) Bryan Murray has some
confidenceinmyabilitiestotradea30-
goal scorer for me. I can't get excited
because I haven't accomplished any-
thing yet."
Wardhasyettosign with theWings
but is expected to do so soon. Murray
could not be reached for comment.
Berensonmaynotevenknowabout
the trade and impending loss of Ward.
Michigan'sheadman isonacanoeing
tripin NorthemOntario, isolated from

telephone and television.
Berensonlikely willnotbepleased
with the recent tum of events. David
Harlock, Pat Newton and Chris Tamer
left Ann Arbor after graduation last
month. Now it looks as if Ward will
join them as former Wolverines.
Sophomore Steven Halko and ju-
niors Tim Hogan, Alan Sinclair and
Mark Sakala are the returning de-
fensemen, and, along with two in-
comingrecruitsrepresentanextremely
weakened backline.

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Steve King placed third in the Trofeo Milone Wrestling
Tournament in Rome.
Bormet, King seize
top honors 'in Rome

FROM STAFF REPORTS
When in Rome, Michigan wres-
tiersSeanBormetandSteveKingchose
tonotnecessarily doastheRomansdo.
BormetandKingbothcompetedin
the Trofeo Milone Wrestling Tourna-
ment in the capital city of Italy the
weekend of June 5-6. Bormet won the
74-kilogramchampionship,whileKing
placed third in the 100-kilogram cat-
egory. The American team, coached
by Lock HavenUniversity'sCarlPoff,
took third place overall behind Iran
and Russia.
In his first match, the All-America
Bormet pinned Italy's second-best
wrestler, Jonathan Molfino, in thefirst

round at 4:37 of the match. Unlike
NCAAcontests,intemationalmatches
take place in one five-minute period.
Bormet then prevailed over
Tunisia's Lotfi Tebissi by a technical
fall (11-1) in the semi-final. After a
tight five-minute regulation period,
Bormettriumphed4-0inovertimeover
Polonia's Andrzej Brozyna.
King pinned Albania's Paulo Pali
at4:43 of his first-round match, buthe
then fell 9-0 to Russia's Sergi
Kovalevski. He came back to salvage
thirdplaceashepinned Algeria's Karim
Boudjemaa 52 seconds into the third-
place match.

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CHEERLEADING
Continued from Page 13
Schmidt said the NCAA gave an
allotment of funds to Michigan for the
purpose of the varsity cheerleading
team to the toumament. The Athletic
Department,however,decideditwould
send a reduced squad.
"My understanding is that the
money was used elsewhere," Schmidt
said.
Rather than risk the national em-
barrassmentofsendingonly fourteam
members, Schmidt said she decided to
raise the money needed to send the
remainder of the squad.
Through contributions from pri-

vateorganizatons-asweliasmoney
from herself and the team - Schmidt
raised thenecessary travelfunds.After
accruing the money, Schmidt said she
received a phone call from Jeff Long
-who, she said, was calling on behalf
of Jack Weidenbach.
"He said that I was out of line and
that under no circumstances would
more than four cheerleaders travel to
the playoffs," Schmidt said.
Long said he did discuss travel
arrangements with her, but denied tell-
ing her she was out of line.
"Idon'tbelievethatis accurate that
I told her it was inappropriate to make
that request," Long said.
See CHEERLEADING, Page 15

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