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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, January 28, 1975

Page ~tg1it THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, January 28, 1975

1

University Values Year
presents
DR. ELIZABETH KUBLER ROSS
Psychiatrist, author of Death and Dying
DEATH AND DYING: 4
ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS
FOR THE UNIVERSITY
Hill Auditorium 3:10 p.m. Jan. 29

n rE~N YTIM NM a Ur n7 ffT n An FEY- d

IJLULEIVUDLELA
WCH
By DAVE WIHAK
The Michigan Wolverinesj
continued to play .500 hockey,
even. at home, when they split
their series with Minnesota last
weekend. The Blue won 5-2 on+
Friday night, but lost the next
evening by an identical score.
FOR MICHIGAN, this latest!
split series was quite untimely:
it all but eliminates its chance
of earning a home playoff spot.
The sixth - place Wolverinesl
stand four points out of fourth:
place, the lowest spot where!
the home ice playoff advantageI
exists.
The Gophers, meanwhile, con-I
tinued comfortably in second
place, one tiny point behind
league - leading MSU. The1
Spartans also split over the
weekend, bombing Minnesota-
Duluth 6-3 on Friday night, and1

9.1 .StU:
A dogfights grow
getting bombed 8-5 in the re- between C o 1 o r a d o Col- played over the
match. lege, Michigan Tech, Wiscon- Dakota's Sioux
"Our team suffers notice- sin and Michigan to fill the last split over the
ably with the absence of Steve two slots in the first division Notre Dame. Oi
Colp," said MSU assistant and win that home ice playoff tending gave No
coach Alex Ternay. advantage. 1 triumph in the
C O L P, SIDELINED MICHIGAN TECH'S upon the upset (
two weeks ago by a broken Huskies riding a five-game so) Irish reboun
leg, had been second in league winning streak, really put it to easy 5-2 win in1
scoring this season, with 41 Denver last weekend in a pair Increasing p
points. of routs, 11-5 and 7-0. This this weekend fo
"We've got some real intense series demonstrated what ev- cept the Sioux.
hockey ahead of us," Ternay eryone knew already: Tech portant matchuj
continued. "We play Tech, Wis- has one of the more potent scor- Michigan Tech
consin, Minnesota and Michi- ing machines around, and the rado College at
gan, and for us there's only Pioneers simply can't play de- Michigan at Du
one way we can go - down." fense. Wisconsin has
Around the rest of the league, Colorado College and Wiscon- ity to make its
the excitement for the rest of sin split their series in Madi- to North Dako
the season centers on two dog- son. The Badgers took the first Dame's artiller
fights: the battle between Min- game 5-3, but the Tigers re- some interestin
nesota - Duluth and Denver for bounded to net a 6-4 triumph tice out in Denv
the eighth (and final) playoff Saturday night.
berth, and the four-way brawl The split cost Colorado Col-
lege sole possession of third
place, now shared with Michi- M0
gan Tech. As for the Badgers,
they also lost ground to Hus-
kies, and find themselves ino v r
growing danger of finishing out
of the first division.
DESPITE THEIR unprepos-
sessing record, Minnesota - Du- Forward Ke
luth still has a reasonable 22 points to lead
chance to make the playoffs. Eastern Michig
The Bulldogs currently hold R
down eighth place, tied with Reynolds and Jig
fast-fading Denvertwithwa Recentlyd
season mark of 5-14-1. rell McGhee a
Taps, regrettably, must be 13 shots, while
:- - ---- -"The Varsi
score as manyl
TO GET Richard "Bird"
z"

intense

hopes of North
, despite their
weekend with.WCHA
utstanding goal-
orth Dakota a 2-
opener, where- Mich. St.
(understandably Minnesota
nded to bag an Colo. Col.
the rematch. Mich. Tech.
ressure comes Wisconsin
or everyone ex- MICHIGAN
Especially im- Notre Dame
ps are those of Minn-Duluth
at MSU, Colo- Denver
Minnesota, and N. Dakota
uluth. This Wee]
the opportun- MICHIGAN at
move in a trip luth
ota, and Notre Michigan Tec
y should have Colorado Colle
g target prac- Wisconsin at P
ver. Notre Dame a

W L T Pts
16 S 1 33
16 6 0 32
14 8 0 28
14 8 0 28
13 9 0 26
12 12 0 24
8 13 1 17
6 14 1 13
6 14 1 13
4 18 0 8
kend's Games
Minnesota-Du-
h at Michigan St.
ge at Minnesota
North Dakota
t Denver

All

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CENTE

age reserves
come Eastern
By KATHY HENNEGHAN
nt Storey continued his high scoring streak with
Michigan's Varsity Reserves to a 70-57 win over
an's reserves at Crisler Arena last night. Ceroy
m Berra added 10 points each.
demoted varsity players Len Lillard and Bur-
lso participated in the win. McGhee made 4 of
Lillard was held scoreless.
ty ball players (Lillard and McGhee) didn't
points today as Saturday," said Michigan coach
Carter, "but I feel they played a better all
ie.
to get a coherent factor in a game like this
he substitutions," Carter continued. "That's why
people out."
led from the opening minutes, and the EMU
posed a threat.
a good game considering we didn't practice
's game)," said Carter. "Our defense in par-
r.''
raises the VR's season mark to 7-1. The team
Feb. 8 at 11:45 a.m. when the Michigan State
o Crisler for the warmup before the varsity clash.

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