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THE MICHIGAN-DAM'

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By ROGER ROSSITER
Despite a myriad of problemsk
surrounding the completion of the,
Y o s t Coliseum transformation,
Michigan hockey practice marches'
on.
Coach Dan Farrell has been
stressing skating and agility, drills'
thus far in the early going," the'
kind of things," as Farrell put it,
- "I wouldn't have 'them doing if
they had been with me a couple
years.''
Goaltending, one area that Far-
rell hoped to be a strong point,
became cloud-filled over the
weekend. First freshman "Butch"
Wagner suffered a shoulder
separation that will sideline him
indefinitely, and then fellow frosh
netminder Bill Dewey decided to
quit the team. Thus, after last
year's backup Roy Bolles was cut
from the squad, the Wolverines
were reduced to only two healthy
goalies, Robbie Moore and a
third freshman Ron Thfun.
"Depthwise, we really look weak
in goal right now," summarized
Farrell.
Originally, Farrell had hoped to
go with a two goalie system, not
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n eariy going
improved over what I saw of them
last year.
"Angie Moretto has lost weight
whichdhas made him much quick-3
er and stronger, and Randy Neal
S looks to be headed for a repeat of
the great freshman year he had
two seasons ago. Paul Paris and
NIGHT EDITOR: Frank Werner have also looked
THERESA SWEDO good."
Just how far the young Wolver-
ines have come will be known Fri-
alternating every night necessarily, day when Bowling Green comes to
but to the extent where both would town for a three hour scrimmage
play a fairly equal number, of from 3-6 p.m.
games. Whether that will now be "We'll be running our first line
possible relies on Thrun's develop- people against theirs," Farrell ex-
merit which, Farrell hinted, should plained. "We should both have a
be fast. pretty good idea of what we've got
The rest of the squad is coming after that."
on strong, particularly the defense. Aside from Wagner, the only'
"We've got eight defensemen and other injury of note belongs tol
ten forwards that have deffhitely Gordie Cullen, a sophompre de-
made the team," Farrell noted. fenseman. Cullen sustained a
"What I have to decide now is minor foot injury over the week-
which defensemen will start and end which should not sideline him
which will be given a shot at for- for more than a few days.
ward. This coming Sunday the Wol-
"I'm not ruling out the possibility verines will stage an intra-squad
of switching some of the defense- scrimmage at the Westland Arena
men who do not start to the for- in Westland at 7 p.m. For those
ward lines if I believe, they are fans interested in attending, the
better than the forwards I have Westland Arena is on the corner
now." of Cherry Hill and Newburgh Roads
Farrell named seven freshmen just a short drive out Plymouth
whom he considers, from whathe Road.
has seen, to have already made-
the team. The seven consisted ofj
defensemen Rob Palmer, Dave SMORGASBORD
Shand and Greg Natale, along 510 J PVU
with forwards Doug Lindskog,
Kris Manery, Gary Morrison, and WEDNESDAYS 6-9 p.m.
Pat Hughes.

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First organizational meeting of Aikido Association
of University of Michigan
THURSDAY at 7:30
Michigan League Conference Rm. 5
Call HARVEY BARA for
further info 663-1013
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Zeppelin made f r o m their recent Detroit
appearance
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Send $2.00 with address to:
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ATTENTION!
STUDENTS WITH WELL-TO-DO PARENTS
By "well-to-do parents" we mean parents who invest in
real estate and have approximately $165,000 in cash to invest
in a fully occupied Ann Arbor student apartment.
Our office has such a property to sell. The deal makes
sense to any investor but makes greater sense to an investor who
has a student son or daughter who could live in one of the
attractive rental units thereby saving the expense of outside
management..
Lost year the owners paid live-in and professional apart-
ment managers approximately $6,800. Why not keep this in
the family?

AP Photo
NEW YORK MET Wayne Garrett blasts the second pitch off Oakland's Jim "Catfish" Hunted in the
first inning last night, at Shea Stadium in New York to 'give the home team an early lead. The Mets
managed one more run before Hunter could retire the side in the second extra inning game of the
series. The fourth game is scheduled tonight in New York.
CAMPY STARS

A's

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in,

ove
run. Millan then
third on Staub's
on Hunter's wild

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Bert Campaneris
delivered a two-out -single in the
11th inning last night, scoring Ted
Kubiak and giving the Oakland.
A's a 3-2 victory over the New
York Mets in the third game of
the 1973 World Series.
The victory gave the A's a 2-1
lead in the best-of-seven Series,
with Game 4 scheduled for 8:30
pm., EDT, today in New York.
Wayne Garrett hit a home run
leading off the New York first and
Tom Seaver struck out five batters
as the New York Mets built a 2-0
lead dver the Oakland A's after
three innings of the third World
Series game last night.
Garrett hit Jim "Catfish'' Hunt-
er's second pitch into the right
field seats for his second homer of

the Series.
The Mets also got their
run in the first when Felix

off with a home
second singled, went to1
Millan single and scored

singled, went to third on Rusty pitch.
Staub's single and scored on a wild The A's scored in the sixth when
pitch. Sal Bando doubled with one out
Seaver, who gave up a double *and came home on Gene Tenace's
to Joe Rudi in the first and a double.
single to Bert Campaneris. in the Seaver struck out five straight
third, recorded his five strikeouts men, including the side in the sec-
consecutivelyin the first and sec- ond inning, before Dick Green
ond innings. grounded out leading off the third.
Dick Green grounded out leading The strikeout string was just one
off the Oakland third, snapping short of the World Series record.
Seaver's strikeout streak one short Seaver also struck out the side
of the World Series record.
Seaver scattered five hits and _ ? f
struck out 10 A's after six innings +. .
The Mets gave Seaver a 2-0 lead
in the .first inning as they 'bid to
take a 2-1 lead in games in the
best-of-seven Series Garrett led

I in the fifth inning and fanned A's
slugger Reggie J a c k s o n three
times.
Rudi's single scored Campaneris,
who had singled and then stole
second.
The A's got their first run in the
sixth when Bando doubled with
one out and came home on Te-
nace's double.
New York's Seaver scattered
seveh hits and struck out 12 before
giving way to reliever Ray Sadecki
at the start of the ninth inning.

Morrison, from nearby Ecorse,
was termed "a gem" by Farrell.
"He's the kind of guy we really!
didn't expect much from, but he
cime out and proved he can play
hockey for us."
With all the talk about the fresh-
men, one might be led to believe
that the incumbant skaters have
not been overly impressive, but
such is not the case. "Don't get
me wrong," Farrell was quick to
add, 'our upperclassmen look much

Knicks blast Buffalo;
winless Wings singed
By The Associated Press The teams each had scored two
NEW YORK-Dave DeBusschere goals in the second period, with!
celebrated his. 33rd birthday last Alex Delvecchio and Henry Bou-
night by scoring 28 points and cha scoring 33 seconds apart for
grabbing 14 rebounds, sparking the Red Wings and St. Louis get-i
the New York Knicks to a 117-91 ting goals from Ab Lemarco andI
N'ational Basketball .Association Steve Durbano, also 33 seconds
victory over the Buffalo Braves, apart.
It was the Knicks' 11th triumph It was Detroit's fourth consecu-
in 11 meetings with the Braves at tive loss, matching the club's
Madison Square Garden. worst start ever. The Wings now
DeBusschere, playing his final are the only team in the league
season with the Knicks before without a point.
taking over as general manager * * *
of the New York Nets of the' Islanders catch Kings
American Basketball Association,
also did a strong defensive job on UNIONDALE, N.Y.-Lorne Hen-
Buffalo's Jim McMillian in the ning rapped in a rebound with just
second half. over eight minutes remaining, pro-!
McMillian, game-high s c o r e r viding the New York " Islanders
wifh 29 points, collected 23 in the with a 4-4 tie against the Los An-
first half against Bill Bradley and geles Kings in a National Hockey
Phil Jackson. But DeBusschere, a League game last night.
member of the All-League defen- Henning's second goal of the
sive team each of the past five season came at 11:46 of the third
seasons,mchecked him with six period and erased a 4-3 Los An-
points in the second half. I geles lead fashioned on Bob Nev-
Meanwhile, the Knicks, who led in's goal at the four-minute mark
28-22 after one period and 57-51 of the final period.
at halftime, pulled ahead 82-71 at
the end of three quarters with the. Irs "

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14. veal hearts
15. chicken giblets
16. cheese casserole
17. sliced beef
18. fried chicken
19. barbecued ribs
20. fried cod fish
21. black olives
22. greek olives
23. green olives
24. dill pickles
25. celery
26. carrots
27. green onions
28. crab apples
29. red peppers
30. radishes
31. corn salad
32. sliced cucumbers
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33. sliced tomatoes
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35. greek bean salad
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AP Photo
SAL BANDO BOBBLES Felix Millan's grounder at the hot corner
in last night's World Series tussle. Millan got a single when the
ball caromed off Bando's chest. Although Millan scored in the first
inning, he was stranded after this fourth inning safety.

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help of 10 points by DeBusschere,
then broke open the game in the
fourth period.eThe husky, veteran.
forward connected on 12 of his 151
floor shots in the game.1
The Knicks' Dean Meminger hit
each of his five field goal attempts
in the first period and contributed'
12 points in the final period blitz,
winding up with 27 points.
DETROIT-Lou Angotti deflected
defenseman Bob Flager's 70-foot
shot past Detroit goaltender Roy;
Edwards with five minutes remain-.
ing in the game last night and {
gave the St. Louis Blues a 3-21
National Hockey League victory,
over the Red Wings.7
Angotti's goal, at 14:55, seemed
to catch Edwards completely by
surprise as it trickled into the'
righthand corner of the net.

I IGridde rickinigs
WANDERING THROUGH the dark, dank, dreary, dusty stacks
graduate library I came upon an aged man.
"I have traveled these dark, dank, dreary, dusty halls for
moons. Could you show me the way out?"

of the
many

Biliboa

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A H a r v a r d University
representative will be on
campus 24 October 1973
to discuss the Harvard
MBA program. Students
interested in discussing a
career in administration
should contact the Place-
ment Office to arrange a
time.

Tonight and Tomorrow Night
The RCKETS
$.00

Tyler Palmer, former member
of the U.S. Olympic Team at
Sapporo,. appears at Schneider's
Sport Shop in Briarwood Mall
this Thursday. He will demon-
strate ski technique and discuss
ski problems beginning at 7:00
p.m. The' demonstration is free.

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As I showed him the way out he explained that he had been on
his way to deliver his Gridde Pickings to 420 Maynard and got
kidnapped and was thrown mercilessly into the library with no hope
of escape.
The tattered paper he held in his hand read, "Daily Libels 44,
Rutgers 0."
Yes, sports fans, the old man, Methusala, correctly predicted the
first football score in history. (Rutgers played Princeton the following
week. (The Libels game went unreported, until now, because the Daily

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was promptly awarded a Mr.
youth.
Wisconsin at MICHIGAN (pick
score)
Ohio State at Indiana
Illinois at Michigan State
Minnesota at Iowa
Northwestern at Purdue
Colorado at Oklahoma
Tennessee vs. Alabama at
Birmingham
Houston at Miami, Fla.
Texas at Arkansas

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