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Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, November 16, 1'

Friday, November 16, 1

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"A SLIDERULE IS A
STUDENT'S BEST FRIEND."
Funny how truisms come and go. For in-
stance, a slidedule isn't a student's b e s t
friend. The UNIVERSITY CELLAR Book-
store has in stock right now a wide selection
of brand name calculators that make a
sliderule look as out-of-date as an abacus.
Why not take the time to drop by the U-
CELLAR and see what the student's best
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By BRIAN DEMING
An undefeated Michigan hnck-
ey team? Though true, the thought
seems almost too phenomenal to
comprehend. A 3-0-1 record is norn-
ing to get ecstatic about but it's
a far cry from the nightmare of
last year when the icers could
muster only five wins all season.
Coach Dan Farrell, however,
says he's not surprised at all. "I'm
really pleased that the system we1
are trying to use here has come!
along so quickly," boasted the
rookie mentor, denying astonish-
mentatthis squad'sainstant suc-
cess in the face of acute inexper-
ience.
The outlook is admittedly bright'
for the young Wolverines but it
is a little premature to suggest
WCHA championships, national
titles, or prospective showdowns
with the Boston Bruins, as the
icers are first compelled to meet
the task of defeating Michigan

State in a home and home series
this weekend.
The Spartans are also undefeat-
ed. The East Lansingcontingent
downed Western Ontario 6-1 and 4-3
and dispatched former second-rank-
ed Notre Dame 8-5 and 9-S to earn
an unblemished 4-0-0 mark.'
"Oh, we haven't looked too bad,"
MSU coach Amo Bessone dully re-
marked, apparently not influenced
by visions of unprecedented Spar-:
tan success, adding, "We got lucky
against Notre Dame."y
If, indeed, the key to State's.
success was "luck" it was con-
centrated in center Tom Ross who'
tallied for seven goals and three
assists in the two game series.
The star sophomore, a Dearborn
native, scored five times in Satur-
day's contest setting an MSU Ice
Arena record.
As evidenced by MSU's impres-
sive scoring success, the Wol-
verines will be looking to choke
off the Spartan scofers. "They

won't skate as well as Minne-
sota and hey aren't as big," Far-
rell explained, 'comparing the
cross-state rivals with the Goph-
ers, "but they have the ability
to score goals."
Michigan State demolished the
Wolverines in all four mee'ings last
year between the two clubs. The
Spartans are determined ro sink
Michigan hopes for a bright sea-
son with a continuation of their
winning ways against their arch-
rival. The Maize and Blue will be
equally determined to re-establisn
themselves as contenders in the
WCHA. Tonight in Ann Arbor, to-
morrow in East Lansing the story
will be told.
Billboard
Basketball tickets go on sale
November 19th and 20th at the
Michigan Ticket Department, on
the corner of State and Hoover.
Seniors can buy their , $8.25
ticket book on Monday from
8:30 until noon, and Juniors from
noon until 4:30. Sophomores go
Tuesday morning and freshper-
sons follow in the afternoon.
For the student body:

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