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esday, November 29, 1977--The Michigan Daily

University of Mic

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STUDENT and F/
TSPECIAL BOWL
U- STUDENT UN.E
Phone 763-5590
TOUR OFFICE OPEN:

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MON.-TUES., NOV. 21-22 ..9 a.m.-6 p.m.
WED., NOV. 23 ...........9 a.m.-3 p.m.
THURS.-SUN., NOV. 24-27.. CLOSED FOR
THANKSGIVING
SALES CLOSE D
PICK UP FINAL DOCUMENT
SPECIHAL
U-M FLINT CAMPUS
Classroom Office Building (CROB) Near the Theater
762-3440;
NOVEMBER 30 -10 a.m.-6 p.m.

December 27
- December 29.

INCLUDED TOUR FEATURES
" Charter air transportation from De-
troit to Los Angeles and return, includ-
ing complimentary meals and soft'
drinks.
* Accornrnodations for six nights at the
HYATT HOUSE HOTEL located at Los-
Angeles Inftiernationrol Airport. Superior-
first class hotel with color TV, AM/FM
radio, direct-dial phone in every room,
complete dining and recreational fa-
cilities featuring a swimming pool and
shopping arcade..
" Roundtrip transfers from the airport
to the hotel, including luggage, direct-
ly to your hotel room.
" New Year's Eve Party, cash bar.
" The game day package provides mo-
torcoach transportation from hotel to

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TOUR OFFICE
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U-M Student Unionr
Kuenzel Room
MON.-FRI.,
NOV. 28DEC. 2 ...........9 a.m.-6 p.m.
SAT., DEC. 3 ..............49 a.m.-3 p.m.
MON.-TUES.. DEC. 5-6 ..... 9 a.m.-6 p.m
ECEMBER 6
S DECEMBER 12, 13, 14
1SALES .
U-M DEARBORN
CAMPUS
Hallway of Student Activities Building
313/271-2300, ext. 585
DECEMBER 1-10 A.M.-6 P.M.
00 based on 3 or 4 persons
to a room
January 2
January 4,
the Tournament of Roses Parade, ao
grandstand seat at the parade, trans-d
portation to the Game, box lunch,
Game Ticket, and transportation back
to hotel.
OPTIONAL
ACCOMMODATIONSa
AS FOLLOWS:;
" Double accomodations (2) $22 PP addl.
* Single accomodations (1) $83 PP addl.
LAND ONLY PACKAGE $159.00
(includes all tour features except air transportation) O
AIR ONLY PACKAGE.... $210.00 4
(if available includes roundtrip air transportation
Detroit/tos Angeles and transfer to the hotel
NO GAME TICKET.) 4'
"
ICIAL ROSE BOWL TOUR
* No standing in line for
tickets here or in Los
Angeles
+ Sit with your friends at
the Parade and Game.
at U-M Student Union

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TAFF $43600
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based on double occupancy
-January 4
grandstand seat at the parade, trans-
portation to the Game, box lunch,
Game Ticket, and transportation back
to the hotel.
OPTIONALZ
ACCOMMODATIONSO
AS FOLLOWS:f
" Single accommodations (1) $83.00
" 3rd person in room, deduct.... $51.00
for 3rd person only
LAND ONLY PACKAGE $226.00
(includes all tour features except air transportation)
AIR ONLY PACKAGE $210.00
(if available, includes roundtrip air transportation
from Detroit to Los Angeles and transfer to the
hotel. NO GAME TICKET.)
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By BRIAN MILLER
Last weekend was pretty eventful for
the Michigan icers as they split their
two-game series with the Tigers of
Colorado College. The Wolverines took
the Saturday night game, 6-3, after
dropping the Friday night contest, 5-2.
The Wolverines' win in the second
game broke a string of 10 straight
losses at Colorado Springs, and
Michigan's senior centerman Dave
Debol became the hockey team's all-
time leading scorer with 214 points. He
surpassed the mark of 213 set by Gor-
don McMillan from 1946-1949.,
IN FRIDAY NIGHT'S game, numer-
ous missed scoring opportunities and
the solid goaltending of CC's Vern Mott
was more than the Wolverines could
handle.
The Tigers scored first on a goal by
Greg Whyte at 10:34 of the first period
on assists from Jim Warner and Dave
Feamster, a native of Michigan and a
graduate of Redford Thurston High
School.
Then Dave Delich, CC's leading scor-
er for the past two years, put the Tigers
on top, 2-0, a little more: than five
minutes later. Bill Thayer notched
Michigan's first goal on a feed from Kip
Maurer just before the period ended.
Mott turned back 19 of" 20 Wolverine
shots while Blue goalie Frank Zim-
merman turned the Tigers back 14 of 16
times.
COLORADO COLLEGE outskated
the Wolverines for most of the second
period, outshooting Michigan 20-12
while upping its lead-to 5-2.
The Tigers scored twice in two
minutes at the start of that period on
goals by Gary Reinking and Rick
Pracht. But then, the two teamssettled
down and played even hockey for a
while.
Tiger defenseman Mike Knoke finally
put the game out of reach for the Wol-
verines when he beat Zimmerman with
a shot at 15:03. Michigan's Mark Miller
then ended the game's scoring with a
power play goal a little over a minute
later.
Overall, Michigan outshot CC 43-41,
but was out-penalized 6-5 and outscored
5-2.e
SATURDAY NIGHT was a different
matter as Debol put the Wolverines into
a quick 1-0 lead after 4:31 of the first
period. That goal tied him with Mc-
Millan for all-time career scoring.
Miller scored his second goal of the
series, again on the power play, just
four minutes later. However, CC's

WCHA with a 7-3 record.

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Blue places five on
By The Associated Press lineman Larry Bethea of Michigan
Ohio State and Michigan, co-cham- State were unanimous choices on
rns in the Big Ten who are bound for defense. The team was selected by a
e Sugar Bowl and Rose Bowl, respec- panel of 12 sportswriters and broad-
'ely. dominated the 1977 All-RcyMo casters.

NOTCH RARE VICTORY IN COLORADO
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Warner brought the Tigers back with a
shot that beat Michigan goalie Rick
Palmer late in the period. Palmer
made 12 saves, while his counterpart
Tom Frame made eight saves in the
Tigers' net.
Michigan broke on top 3-1 when Doug
Todd beat Frame with an unassisted
goal after only 2:29 of the second
period. However, the rest of the neriod
belonged to Colorado College as they
tied the game on goals by Warner (on
the power play) and Pracht. Palmer
turned back 13 of 15 CC shots while
Frame handled 9 of the 10 Wolverine
shots in the period.
The third period was the record
breaking period for Michigan. Fresh-
man defenseman Tim Manning scored
the tie-breaking goal on an assist from
Debol. That assist on Manning's power
play goal makes Debol Michigan's new
career scoring leader.
THEN BEN KAWA clinched the
game for the Wolverines when he net-
ted the puck past Frame at 16:54 of the
final period. When Maurer scored into
an open net at 19:41, Michigan was

assured of its first victory over
Colorado College at Colorado Springs in
almost nine years.
Frame made 22 saves in the game
while Palmer stopped 36 shots.
"Colorado College has an excellent
power play," explained Farrell, "and
they only scored one on us in the two
games."
"Miller and Kawa played well and
Rod Pacholzuk looked good on Satur-
day night. Palmer looked good, too."
THE WOLVERINE power play, al-
most non-existant earlier in the season,
began to click with three goals in the
two games, but Farrell is really pleased
with his team's penalty killing.
"It's a probrem playing at Colorado,
at an altitude of 6,500 feet," noted
Farrell. "Only 4 or 5 of our players have
played there before and there's a
fatigue factor involved."
For the most part, Michigan Coach
Dan Farrell was satisfied with the split.
Colorado College is now 5-5 for the
season while the Wolverines find them-
selves all alone in third place in the
WCHA with a 7-3 record.

Regie Arnold
while Michigan had four players on of-
fense and one on defense.
Quarterback Rick Leach, center Walt
Downing and guard Mark Donohue of
Michigan and tackle Chris Ward of Ohio
State were repeaters from last year's
team on offense.' There were three'
repeaters on defense, all from Ohio
State - lineman Aaron Brown, line-
backer Tom Cousineau and defensive
back Ray Griffin.
Donahue was the only unanimous
selection on offense while Brown and

A player received two points for a fir-
st-team vote and one point for a second-
team vote. One of the closest races was
for quarterback with Leach finishing
ahead of Purdue freshman Mark Herr-
mann by three points. Herrmann made
the second team by one point over Ohio
State's Rod Gerald.
Ron Springs of Ohio State and Ric
Enis of Indiana were named running
backs and the receivingcorps consisted
of wide receiver Reggie Arnold of Pur'-
due, flanker Keith Calvin of Indiana
andetight end Jimmy Moore of Ohio
State.
Mike Kenn of Michigan and Kevin
Pancratz of Illinois rounded out the line
on offense and Paul Rogind of Minne-
sota was named the place kicker.
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On defense, Kelton Dansler of Ohio
State, Steve Midboe of Minnesota and
Dennis Stejskal of Wisconsin joined
Bethea and Brown in the front five.
T om Rusk of Iowai and John Sullivan
of Illinois teamed with Oouseneau at the
linebackmig positions with Griffin,
backs. Michigan State's Ray
Stachowicz, the only freshman to make
the team, was selected as punter.
'Except for Northwestern which
finished last in the Big Ten, evry
school landed at least one player on the
24-man squad.
Center Al Pitts of 'Michigan State,
running back Russell Davis and tight'
bael ymissed making tthefirst eamgon
offense. Failing to make the first team,
on defense by the margin of oepit
were linemen John Harty of Iowaand
Paul Ross of Ohio State.

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December 29-
INCLUDED TOUR FEATURES
" Charter air transportation from De-
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" Accommodations for six nights at the
SHERATON WEST HOTEL, located in
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" Roundtrip transfers from the airport
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