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Tuesday, November 27, 1973

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"'STEVE'S LUNCH
1313 SO. UNIV.

Dinner Specials:

Breakfast all day:

Tues: Beef Stroganoff on 3 Eggs, Hash Browns
Rice $1 .75 Toast and Jelly $.95
Wed: Goulash $1.40The above with saus
Thurs: Pepper Steak $1,75 or ham $1.30
Fri. Beef Stew $1.50.30
Dinners include salad, 3 eggs, Rib eye steak
bread & butter toast and jelly $1 .90
Egg Rolls, Homemade Soups (Beef Barley,
Clam Chowder, etc.), Chili, Vegetable Tempura

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Fast and Friendly Service by Mr. and Mrs. Lee
SI v. . 3 Tues.-Fri. 7:30 a.m.-9 p.m.

4th ANNUAL U-M SKI TEAM3

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By BILL STIEG
What a difference a year can
make. With the season only four
weeks old, Michigan's hockey
team has already won as many
games as they did all last year.
And judging from their perform-
ance last weekend against NCAA
champion Wisconsin, there's lots
more where that came from.
Though the Wolverines lost Fri-
day night 8-4, they were leading
by a goal after two periods. And
the following night they avoided
their chronic late-game letdown
to gain an impressive 4-1 win.
Friday's loss was particularly
depressing. The game started
slowly, with Wisconsin's Steve
Alley and Michigan's Gary Mor-
rison trading tallies late in the
opening period. The second per-
iod saw Bob Falconer, Morrison,
and Randy Trudeau offset a pair
of Badger scores, and the Wol-
verines headed into the final
period with a 4-3 lead, much to
the amazement of the 6,120 fans
in Yost Ice Arena.
But in the third stanza, Mich-
igan suffered from a malady
which has afflicted them at least
three times before: weak play
aned costly penalties late in the
game. Wisconsin tied the game
early in the period, and then ex-
ploded with four unanswered ,
goals in eight minutes to im-
press upon everyone present why

spit
they were ranked number on
in the counti'y.
B e f or e an understandabl
smaller crowd on Saturday nigh
the Wolverines came stormin
back with their best effort V
date and soundly whipped th
Badgers.
The visitors scored first, a
4:48 of the first period, but tha
was the only time all night tha
Wisconsin managed to slip on
past Michigan goalie Robbi
Moore. Moore was outstanding
especially considering that
week before he had been racke
up by a Michigan State playe
and sprained his knee. Time an
again the little sophomore turn
ed away certain goals, using hi
skates, glove, ,and stick wit
exciting skill.
Tom Lindskog tied the gam
a few minutes later with a powe
play score on a pretty centerin
by Falconer. The Wolverine
came on strong in the middl
period with Greg Natale, Di
Fardig, and Angie Moretto a
denting the twine.
The third period starred Moore;
who kicked away 16 of the 4
shots taken at him. Michiga
looked very solid in all facets o
the game Saturday, and espe
cially satisfying was the wa
they kept their penalties toa
~minimum.
"We have been getting penal

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UNM Ski Club News

BUY OR SELL
New or Used Alpine & X-country Ski
Equipment, Clothing, etc.
WHERE: Woman's Athletic Building, U of M Cen-
tral Campus, 325 S. Forest, near pedestrian bridge
over Washtenaw Ave.
TO SELL: Bring items to WAB on Friday, Nov. 30,
1-9 p.m.
TO BUY: Come browse in WAB on Saturday, Dec.
1, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
INFO-CALL 764-6979, 662-0485
Soles commission charged to help support U-M Ski Team

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ties :t bad times." s'id Co-wch
D-n F-rrell. "B-it S t'irday right
we didn't. The power plays we'r'e
faced have been too strong for
us."
The split with Wisconsin pws
Michigan in fifth place in the
Western Collegiate HocRy Asso-
ciation, five points behIind the
first place Badgers. Flowever,
Wisconsin has played two more
games than Michigan. The split
also puts M i c h i g a i halfway
through "the toughest four weeks
of the season," as Farrell dc-
scribes the eight games with
Michigan State, Wisconsin, Mich-
igan Tech (this week), and Notre

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We have obtained 12 additional places for
spring break BANFF TRIP. For info., call
663-7178 or 668-7225.
We have obtained 34 additional places on
another plane for the STEAMBOAT TRIP.
For info., call 769-4905.
BRIGHTON TRIP. Info., call,761-9669.
Manadtory meeting for STEAMBOAT TRIP-
PERS Saturday, Dec. 1 at 6 p.m. in Union's
Assembly Hall.
SKI WEEKENDS
Jan. 18-20: BOYNE call Bob, 761-5827
Jan. 25-27: TRAVERSE CITY (Timberlee, Sugarloaf)
Feb. 8-10: WALLOON/tHUNDER
Feb. 22-24: TRAVERSE CITY call Dick, 761-9669
March 1-3: BOYNE call Damon, 769-5663
All include 2 nights lodging at Holiday Inn in
Petoskey or Traverse City, 2 days lift tickets,
Saturday Wine Picnic, Taxes and Trips.
COSTS ARE:
BOYNE 2/room-$50.00
3/room-$45.00 4 room-$40.00,
WALLOON & TRAVERSE CITY 2/room-$45.00
3/room-$40.00 4 /room-$35.00
Deadlines are 2 weeks before trips
GENERAL MEETING, 9 P.M. NOV. 29
ANGELA DAVIS LOUNGE -- MARKLEY HALL

"Eeery team we've played has
had more talent than us--on
naper. I'd like to get a hold of
the teams that aren't es good as
us. Also, we're the youngest team
oit there. No one else plays just
oie senior. Tech will have nine
seniors this weekend."
Now that the football team has
been told to watch the Rose
Bowl on TV, the hockey team has
inherited sophomore wolfman
Don Dufek, who played for the
dekers last year and should be
ready to play by the Notre Dame
series. He began working out
yesterday.

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SCOREBOARD
GRIDDE PICKINGS WCHA Standings
MICHIGAN 10, Ohio State 10
Michigan State 15, Iowa 6 W L T Pts.
Purdue 28, Indiana 23
Northwestern 9, Illinois 6W-
Minnesota 19, wisconsin16 Wisconsin 6 2 0 12
Southern Cal 23, UCLA 13 Colorado College 5 3 0 10
Oklahoma 27, Nebraska 0
Alabama 21, LSU 7 Michigan Tech 4 1 1 9
Arizona State 55, Arizona 19
Penn State 35, Pittsburgh 13 Minnesota 4 3 1 9
Yale 35, Harvard 0 MICIGAN 3 2 1 7
Texas 42, Texas A&M 13 MCIA
Maad4, Tulane9
Florida 14, Miami (Fla.) 7 Michigan State 3 3 0 6
Boston College 59, Massachusetts 14 Nm
Colgate 42, Rutgers 0 Notre Dame 2 5 1 S
Kansas 14, Missouri 13
Oregon States 17, Oregon 14 Denver 2 2 0 4
Brown 37, Columbia 14
DAILY LIBELS 42, Ohio St. Lantern 21 North Dakota 1 S 0 2
DAILY LIBELS 49, Lantern 35
Athletic Directors 6, MICHIGAN 4 Duluth 0 4 0 0

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