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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, September 5, 1974 l

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Gordie Howe and family enjoy a light moment in Edmonton
as they prepare for training for the team Canada hockey
series with the U.S.S.R. in September. Team Canada is com-
prised of members from the World Hockey Association, and
will face the Soviet Union on September 17, the first of an
eight game series in Quebec City. The Howes, Gordie and
sons Mark and Marty, led the Houston Aeros to the Avco
Cup (equivalent of NHL's Stanley Cup) .in 1974. Last year,
a Team Canada composed of National Hockey League stars
played the Soviets, winning four games, losing three and
tieing one.
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