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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Liii 16~, 1964

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CLOTHES, FINE LIVING, FINE ENTERTAIN-
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TONIGHT
Thursday, Jan. 16, 7:30

SEVEN GOALS PER GAME AVERAGE:
High Scoring Pucksters Take on Loyola

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WELCOME SABBATH SERVICE
Friday, January 17, 7:30 p.m.

Michigan's hockey team, aver-
aging seven goals a game in
chalking up a 6-2 record thus far,
takes the home ice at the Coli-
Scribes
Any persons interested in
writing about Michigan sports
for The Daily should attend a
meeting Wednesday, January
22 at the Student Publications
Bldg. If you are unable to at-
tend this meeting contact
Mike Block at The Daily.
seum Friday and Saturday nights
iagainst Loyola of Montrealt
This is the first time that these
two teams have met. It is also the

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first time the Wolverines have
been on home ice since splitting
two games with Toronto the
middle of last December.
Last week Coach Al Renfrew's
squad traveled to Minnesota for a
pair of two-game series. The Wol-
verines dumped Minnesota-Duluth
in both games, 8-4 and 7-2. Michi-
gan extended its win streak to
three with a 5-1 victory over Min-
nesota last Friday night before
losing the second game, 6-5.
The split with Minnesota gives
Michigan a 1-1 record in the
Western Collegiate Hockey Asso-
ciation. The next WOHA contests
are January 24-25 against Michi-
gan Tech.
Michigan's first line of 'Captain
Gordie Wilkie, Gary Butler, and
Jack Cole has accounted for 26
goals, only two less than the total

output of the Wolverine oppon-
ents. Butler leads the team with
15 goals and 12 assists for 27
points. Wilkie is second in the'
scoring race and Cole is tied for
third.
An addition to this semester's
team will be Mel Wakabayaski, a
second semester sophomore, who
becomes eligible with the start of
Verbotten!T
Ticket Manager Don Weir
announced yesterday that for
the remaining basketball
games of the season there will
be no saving of seats for
friends in Yost Field House.
this semester's classes. Wakabay-
ashi stands 5'6" and weighs 150
pounds but is expected to make up

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