THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, February 4, 1975
Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Tuesday, February 4, 1975
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Immediate Oenings on the following
" Student Organizations Board
* Civil Liberties Board
" Student Relations
* Advisory Committee on Recreation,
Intramural, and Club Sports
" Research Policies (graduate students only)
" University Cellar Board of Directors
(GRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY)
Interviews for all these committees will be
next Tues. and Wed. (Feb. 11 & 12)
For more information, to sign up for interviews, and to
pick up applications qo to the SGC offices, 3rd floor
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A BIT OF A MIXUP in front of the Michigan n et threatens to produce a Minnesota goal. Greg
Fox (foreground) watches as Gary Kardos (falling), crashes into goalie Robbie Moore (panick-
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By LEBA HERTZ The split kept Michigan in East Lansing over the Spartans,
"We should have saved some sixth place in the WCHA, while 5-2 on Friday and 5-4 in over-
goals for Saturday night," said enabling Duluth to stay tied time on Saturday. The Huskies
Michigan hockey coach Dan with Denver for eighth place and thus avenged MSU from earlier
Farrell after his team split its a possible playoff berth. The in the year, when the Spartans
fifth consecutive WCHA series- Wolverines, however, did lose beat Tech twice in Houghton.
this time to Minnesota-Duluth- ground in their quest for one of Else'where, Wisconsin edged
last weekend. the top four positions and the North Dakota 8-7 Friday night,
The Wolverines exploded for home ice playoff advantage. and tied the Fighting Sioux 2-2
six goals in the third period of "Duluth just fell apart in the onSaturday. The victory moved
the first game to salt away a third period Friday night," Far- the Badgers up to fourth place,
9-2 triumph, but couldn't get rell said of his team's opening one point ahead of Colorado.
their offense going when they rout. "They gave up a couple - -
needed it in the rematch Sa- of quick goals and we just pick-
turday night, and lost a 3-2 ed up on it." choe
decision. In all, Michigan peppered t
D~uluth goalie Rick Heinz with
28 shots on goal during that
s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p e r i o d . P a t H u g h e s a c c o u n t e do s
WCHA Standings for two Wolverine scores, and
W L T Pts. Doug Lindskog, Angie Moretto,
Minnesota 17 7 0 34 Kris Manery and Gary Kardos By RIARCIA KATZ
Mich. State 16 7 1 331 added one apiece.
Mich. Tech 16 8 0 32 Maize and Blue goalie Rob- Tonight at Crisler Arena the
Wisconsin 14 9 1 29 bie Moore turned away only women's basketball team will be
Colorado Coll. 14 10 0 28 seven shots during the same looking for its first victory of
MICHIGAN 12 12 0 24 time. The tables turned on the season when they host
Notre Dame 9 14 1 19 Saturday, though, as he kick- Wayne State.
Denver 7 16 1 15 ed away 47 shots, while Heinz The game is the second of
Minn.-Duluth 7 16 1 15 saved 29. four home contests for the team,
N. Dakota 4 20 0 8, "Moore played very well in and begins at 6 p.m. There is no
Next Weekend's Games the series," Farrell noted. "He admission charge.
MICHIGAN at Colorado Coll. was the only one to play really In their first home game,
Denver at Wisconsin well for us Saturday night. the women played an excel-
Mich. State at Notre Dame "I didn't think their goaltender lent defensive game against
Minn.-Duluth at Mich. Tech played that, well. But he made Michigan State and gave the
Minnesota at N. Dakota some key saves Saturday night." sparse crowd something to
Goals by Lindskog and Frank cheer about.
Werner had given Michigan a In four previous games, the
W A E1I2-2 tie with the Bulldogs midway final eight minutes of play have
through the final period Satur- been the women's downfall.
day night. But at 9:31 Tom Putting "two good halves to-
V W tune-up Milanik, Duluth's leading Scor- gether," as coach Carmel Bor-
$10 er, notched the winner. ders says, could bring victory
10 pus part Around the rest of the cir-t within reach tonight.
8-6 Mon.- ri. cuit, Michigan State lost twice Leading the Blue attack are
to Michigan Tech and fell out center Terry Conlin, who had
1237 ROSEWOOD of first place. The new lead- ten points the other night in
662-2576 ers, Minnesota's Gophers, de- Toledo, good outside shooter
feated Colorado twice, 6-2 and Caril Klomperan, who also
between S. Industrial £r 7-1. chipped in ten against Toledo,
Packard Michigan Tech moved into and defensive specialist Colleen
third place with its two wins in Woodbury.
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