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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, December 12, 1974

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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An Exhibition and Sale of

Become AT YOST SATURDAY:
musically n'I

Orignial Gral
The Tonlinson
711 W.40th * Ba
a fine collection of old a
including works of Rouau
so, Bonnard, Klinger, Re
Rivera.
TO BE HEL
The Michigan U
University of
DecembE
HOURS: 10-

phic Art

gftd. mae

Collection
altimore, Md.
nd modern graphics
ult, Piranesi, Picas-
noir, Vuillard, and

PIONEE
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Michigan
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Give yourself a music system
for the Holidays. Save noW
at our 7th Annual Holiday j
Hifi Se;
122 East Washington Street,
Ann Arbor.
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By LEBA HERTZ
The Michigan hockey team
under coach Dan Farrell face
off against arch-rival Michigan
State at East Lansing Friday
and return to Yost Arena Satur-
day at 7:30 to complete the two
game stand.
The 114th and 115th meeting
of the two teams could mark
the return of Michigan's all-
American goalie Robbie Moore
and forward Don Dufek.
Moore, who hasn't seen WC-
HA action this season, was
sidelined due to knee surgery.
Moore allowed only one goal
against Ohio State, in his only
appearance of the season.
DUFEK, a Detroit Red Wing
draft choice, played football
this year and just recentlybre-
turned to workouts with the
hockey team.
"It will depend on how well

ice rs.
the possibility of Moore and Du-
fek seeing action this weekend.
The Wolverines will be ham-
pered Friday night by the loss
of defenseman Greg Fox and
forward Gary Morrison. Fox
and Morrison received game
misconducts at Notre Dame last
Saturday. According to WCHA
rules, they must sit out the:
next game.
BECAUSE of Fox's absence,
Michigan will play with only
five defensemen Friday night-
Tom Lindskog and Rob Palmer,
Randy Trudeau and John Mc-
Cahill, and Greg Natale as the:
fifth man.
Michigan State under coach:
Amo Bessone enter the series
with a 6-3-1 WCHA record and.
8-5-i over-all record.
The Spartans twice defeated
Michigan Tech at Houghton this
year, the first team to accom-
plish that feat since the 1971-72
season.
However, according to State's

assistant coach, A 1 e x Ter-I
pay, "We haven't played well
since our series against Michi-
gan Tech, five weeks ago. The
guys that we've counted on to
give us the spark just haven't
come through so far."
THE SPARTANS were sur-
prised by non-conference oppon-
ent Bowling Green Saturday
when the Falcons upset Michi-
gan State, 7-4. State rebounded
Sunday with a 4-3 victory.
The Spartans are led by for-
ward Tom Ross and goaltender
Ron Clark. Ross has gathered
13 goals and 18 assists, while
Clark has a 3.31 goals against
average this season.
B e s i d e s Ross, Michigan
State's top scorers are Steve

ern 11..1,5 valey 1as a a
balanced total of ten goals and
12 assists and Frank Werner,
Moretto's hit man, has collect-
ed five goals and ten assists.
During the Christmas holi-
day, the Wolverines will par-
ticipate in the Great Lakes In-
vitational on December 27 and
28. The Wolverines and John
MacInnes' Michigan Tech Hus-
kies represent the state of
Michigan against the elitists of1

Colp with a total of nine goals the Ivy League, Harvard and
and 15 assists, Jon Sturges, Yale.
with six goals and 15 assists,
and Daryl Rice with ten goals HARVARD, under the guid-
and six assists. ance of coach Bill Cleary plays
Angie Moretto, averaging two Michigan in the first round. The
points per game with 20 goals Crimson has been ranked near
and eight assists, leads the Wol- the top in every collegiate hoc-
veins Kri, Manerv ha s key poll this year.

Spartans clash

The Olympia in Detroit
the affair and Farrell
ments on the clash, "We
to win this thing."
* * *

hosts
com-
want

The Elis of Yale under Paul
Lufkin will play Michigan
Tech, the host of the invita-
tional in the first round.

5 & 7-9

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WCHA

Christmas Trip to Banff, Canada
January 2-8
Join our friendly group and ski
at Canada's largest ski area.
Air fare, accommodations at Voyager
Inn, lift tickets, and ground transporta-
tion included for $300.
DEADLINE FOR RESERVATIONS DEC. 13
Further info: 665-7640
Weekend Trip to BOYNE, Jan. 17
Lift tickets, accommodations, meals-$55
Deposit $10-due Dec. 31. Final payment due Jan. 12
Further info: 663-9180
or write Mark Klein, 536 S. Forest 91, Ann Arbor, 48104

uaIn uassirieas I they progress in practice
week," Farrell remarked

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Wisconsin
Colorado College
MICHIGAN
Michigan Tech
Michigan State
Minnesota
Notre Dame
Denver
North Dakota
Minn.-Duluth
THIS WEEKEND'S GAMES
Michigan vs. Michigan State
Michigan Tech at Notre Dan
Minnesota at

Standings
CONFERENCE
W L T PTS.
9 3 0 18
8 4 0 16
7 5 0 14
7 5 0 14
6 3 1 13
6 4 0 12
5 6 1 11
5 6 1 11
1 9 0 2
0 9 1 1

GAMES
W L T
11 3 0
9 5 0
9 5 0
9 5 0
8 5 1
7 5 0
7 6 1
5 6 1
3 11 0
1 10 1

ALL

On January 3 and 4, the Wol-
verines host Notre Dame at
Yost. In last week's battle
against the Irish in South Bend,
Michigan split the series, los-
ing the first game 5-4 in over-
time and winning the second,
S-4 in overtime.
The Top Ten
By United Press International
1. Wisconsin 11-3 (5) 95
2. Boston U. 3-1 (4) 75
3. Harvard 2-0 (1) 72
4. Michigan Tech 9-5 65
5. Colorado College 10-5 63
6. Michigan 9-5 40
7. Bowling Green 8-3 29
8. Michigan State 8-5-1 28
9. Minnesota 7-5 19
10. Cornell 2-1-1 17
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Classifieds

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Denver at Colorado College
Louis (non-conf.)

A POLITICAL DEBATE
featuring speakers from The Spartacist
League and The October League:
Revolutionary Perspectives

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