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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, November 1, 1971

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, November 1, 1973

Stanford MBA
REPRESENTATIVE
COMING TO CAMPUS
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6
Admissions representatives will be on campus to speak to
minority sfudents, primarily, but also with any other students
who are interested in the Master of Business Administration
Program at Stanford.
Appointments may be made through
The Office of Career Planning and Placement
The Stanford MBA program is a two-year general manage-
ment course of studies designed for highly qualiifed men
and women who have majored in liberal arts, humanities,
science, or engineering; and wish to develop management
skills to meet the broad responsibilities which will be re-
quired in both the private and public sectors in the future.
THE STANFORD UNIVERSITY
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Stanford, California 94305

Wolverine icemen

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Wolverine patrons.

No one is really sure if Yost
Ice Arena will have a score-'
board when the Michigan Wol-
verines skate onto the ice Friday
night to entertain Waterloo. But
after getting the scouting report
on Friday's opposition Michigan
coach Dan Farrell may feel more
secure not having the score shin-
ing brightly on the new Coca-
Cola scoreboard in full view of
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Don't get the - idea that the
Wolverines will get blown off the
ice come Friday night as hap-
pened on numerous occasions
last season. But bear in mind
that Waterloo has three regular
season encounters, all victories,
tucked neatly under it's belt.
That fact alone should put the
Maize and Blue at a slight dis-
advantage, although Farrell in-
sists, "We'll try to check Water-
loo into the ice."
"Waterloo has good goaltend-
ing, an offensive power play, big
defensemen, and excellent fore-
checking," Farrell summarized
succinctly. Since Waterloo is not
an athletically oriented institution
inclined toward 1 a r g e sports
budgets, etc., little else could be
extracted from Waterloo authori-
ties on the nature of its team.

The Wolverines' lineup for she
season's opener is pretty well
established and Farrell indicated
he would dress 12 forwards, six
defensemen and the standard
two goaltenders.
The number one line will con-
sist of three new faces to Mich-
igan hockey fans. Freshmen Kris
Manery, center, Doug Lindskog,
left wing, and Pat Hughes, right
wing, have earned the designa-
tion of Michigan's number one
unit, largely through their hustle
in practice and solid perform-
ance in game-style scrimmages.
Don Fardig will center the sec-
ond line, assuming a nagging
back injury doesn't force him to
the sidelines, with juniors Frank
Werner and Paul Paris flanked -
to the left and right.
Gary Kardos, Angie Moretto,
and Bob Falconer comprise the
third unit (from left to right).
The final two lines who will be
fighting it out in practice for the
chance to play in the opener
consist of Rick Pauline, Gary
Morrison and Russ Blanzy; and
Randy Neal, Gary Tombs, and
Julian Nixon.'
The defense pairings will have
captain Randy Trudeau along-
side Dave Shand, Bob Palmer

with Tom Lindskog, and Greg
N-tle matched with Greg Fox.
The ultimate theme in the de-
fensive duos is to have a veteran
and a freshman on each unit as
Shand, Palmer and Natale are
all rookies.
"Robbie Moore will start in
goal Friday," Farrell assured.
His backup will probably be fr'sn
Bill Dewey, although soph Ron
Thrun is available if needed.
Perhaps a more intriguing
story than the prepardness of the
Michigan hockey team will be the
status of the Ice Arena. Not only
is the facility lacking it's new
scoreboard, but is also missing
a large portion of the new
bleachers and, at last inspection,
it's pressbox.
Have no fears, though, hockey
fans. Even if the belachers aren't
completed, the. existing struc-
tures will hold twice what could
be packed into the old Coliseum
with a shoe horn. And as far as
the pressbox goes, the view from
the stands is so good, no one
will mind its absence for awhile

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