Thursday, September 6, 1973
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, September 6, 1973 THE MICHiGAN DAILY Page Nine's
Football ticket info
ED. NOTE: Information courtesy of Michigan Ticket De-
Students purchasing football tickets this year will be charged
$18.00 through the Students Accounts Office.
Each student will be given a football coupon during regis-
tration. The coupon may be exchanged for a season ticket on the
exchange date listed below.
The $18.00 charge will become due September 28 and should
be included with your first payment on your student account.
The seating preference for students is determined by the
NUMBER OF YEARS IN ATTENDANCE AT THE UNIVER-
SITY. Your proper priority group will be indicated by your I.D.
Card as follows:
* Group No. 4 - I.D. shows imprints Q43UZBD or number
0 to the right of your name.
Group No. 3 - I.D. shows imprints 3UZBD or 1 to the right
of your name.
'0Group No. 2 - I.D. shows a ZBD imprint or the number
2 to the right of your name.
# Group No. 1 - I.D. shows a D imprint and the ending
number 3 to the right of your name.
If the I.D. does not indicate proper priority please bring tran-
script at time of correct distribution day.'
Group No. 4 tickets at the fifty yard line.
Group No. 3 begins at'the end of No. 4.
Group No. 2 begins at the end of No. 3, etc.
Exchange or distribution will be at Y o s t F i e 1 d h o u s e
as follows. from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Entrance will be through
the State Street doors only.
* Group No. 4 - Friday, September 7
9 Group No. 3 - Monday, September 10
" Group No. 2 - Tuesday, September 11.
" Group No. 1 - Wednesday, September 12
The following rules will be strictly adhered to:
1. Students in all four priorities should pick up their tickets on
the day of their priority group distribution; if not, they will be
issued tickets in the area being distributed on the day of pick-up.
After September 12, tickets will be distributed at the Football
Ticket Office, corner of Hoover and South State Street, through
noon of September 21. No student tickets will be handed out
after this date. Hous will be 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
2. A student may present his Football coupon with I. D. and
three other Football coupons with I.D.'s to receive three tickets
at the regular distribution windows. One person may stand in
line representing only 4 tickets or less and must remain in line
at all times and no more than four tickets may be picked up at
regular distribution windows.
3. Grouping of' more than four will be permitted. A student
may bring as many Football coupons with I.D.'s as he wishes
and remain in the" group line. He should take them to a special
group window on the day of the lowest priority of the person
in that group. All students should pick up their regular day of
priority distribution to obtain proper seating. The Athletic De-
partment will not be responsible for lost coupons or tickets.
4. Athletic Cards for Student's Spouse may be purchased at
designated Windows at Y o s t Fieldhouse. S t u d e n t s pur-
chasing tickets for their spouse will receive both tickets in the
next lower priority area. They should, however, pick up the tic-
ets on the regular distribution day of his priority. The price is
$24.50 and please make checks payable to the Michigan Ticket
Department. The spouse ticket is paid for at the time of pickup.
Run for Roses begins
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er, speedy Harry Banks, break-
away threat Chapman, and soph-
omore flash Gordon Bell.
Michigan may have more quar-
terback talent than any team in
the country. Franklin, of course,
leads the group. Larry Cipa,
Slade and Kevin Casey also re-
Defensively the Wolverines
have the backfield depth needed
over the long season. Second
team all-Big Ten Dave Brown
and two year letterman Greg
Koss will man the safety post.
Barry votzauer, wno surpriseu
everyone with his brilliane play
last year, will have to battle it
out with Tom Drake for the wide
halfback spot, who is back after
an injury. The same holds true at
the other halfback position with
Roy Burks and Dave Elliot duel-
ing for the job. Elliot is also re-
turning from an injury as is
Geoff Steger who will man the
wolf position, Michigan's answer
to the roverman.
While the final struggle against
Ohio State will no doubt be the
game everyone awaits, there are
other crucial games in the Wol-
verine's schedule. Michigan's re-
cord for the last three years is
30-3. And one of those losses
came in the 1972 Rose Bowl to
Stanford, a team that invades the
Stadium in September. You can
bet the Wolverines are shooting
for that one.
There may be a tendency for
this squad to become overconfi-
dent, but a Schembechler coach-
ed squad is not known for taking
time out to read its press clip-
pings; a fact that could send
them to the Rose Bowl New
Home Games in CAPITALS
Sept. 15-at Iowa
Oct. 13 at Michigan State
Oct. 20-WISCONSIN (Home-
Oct. 27-at Minnesota
Nov. 17-at Purdue
Nov. 24-OHIO STATE
'New Look' pucksters
set for about face
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and then nosed out league rival
Denver in a come from behind
thriller in the Boston Garden
for Wisconsin's first ever na-
tional hockey title.
League runnerup Notre Dame,
Michigan State and perennial
power Michigan Tech round out
the WCI's elite. The rest of
the pack, which includes Min-
nesota, North Dakota, Minneso-
ta-Duluth, Colorado College, and
Michigan will all be scrambling
for one of the first eight spots
and a shot at the post-season
In the WCHA, the first eight
finishers out of the ten team
league qualify for the play-offs.
After two rounds of two game
total goals series, the two sur-
vivors wing to the east coast to
join two clubs from the ECAC
in the NCAA finals.
Whether or not all the changes
in Michigan's hockey program
will produce a winner can only
be determined by the test of
time, but a finish in the play-
offs seems a reasonable hope.
With a few breaks here and
there and with some help from
this year's freshman class,
Michigan could be right back on
the road to hockey supremacy.
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