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Friday, Deceonber 5, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Spor ts fthe Daily
Orange Bowl tickets
After two weeks of brainstorming, the University has an-
nounced allotment procedures for the 12,500 Orange Bowl tickets
they were alloted.
According to Thomas Easthope, Assistant Vice-President for
Student Services, "approximately 4,000" tickets will be made
available to students, staff, and faculty. These are the tickets
which will be sold at Crisler Arena on Sunday beginning at
8:00 a.m.
Only one ticket will be available to each purchaser, and
a University .D. wil be required. Another piece of identifi-
nation will also be needed.

NUMBER ONE IN NATION:
Spartans i
By JOHN NEIMEYER.
One of college hockey's most
intense rivalries, Michigan vs.
iMichigan State, will. be renewedE
this weekend as the two schools
collide in a home-and-home
series.
The Spartans come into town NIGHT EDITORS:
tonight riding at the top of the KATHY HENNEGHAN
Western College Hockey Asso- BILL STIEG
ciation standings with an 8-2 j y
conference record, 9-3-1 overall, and left wing senior, Daryl
r1;,:

nvade

Yost

GEO Members
Thursday and Friday, Dec. 4 & 5, are
the last days to vote in the Constitu-

FARRELL predicted, "If we ; But this heated series ignores
can play them even all the way, all previous records and predic-
we can win." tions, as exemplified by last
On defense as well as of- years series. MSU swept the
fense, State has played pretty first series 6-1 and 8-3, but by
consistently all season, largely the season's end, the Wolverines
due to a great year from sopho- were hot and turned the tables
more goalie Dave Versical. on the Spartans for a pair,
Versical, who is a junior col- knocking them out of a home
lege transfer, has been a pleas- playoff spot.
ant surprise with a 3.10 goals The only thing that is sure is
against average per game, third that there will be plenty of good
best in the league. hockey and lots of noise down!

tional Amendment and

Affiliation

Negotiation

referenda.

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The other 8,500 tickets have been earmarked for other LAST WEEKEND, the Michi- c e s Three Spartan defensemen to at Yost tonight.
groups. Approximately 5,000 ducats go to the two (student/staff/ gan State dekers demonstrated which also includes John Stur' watch are Pat Betterly, Doug
faculty and alumni) official tours. 1,750 will go to the Alumni their strength by sweeping a Jim Johnson. And second ou and Ron Heaslip.
Association for their members. 1,250 will go to the President's pair from North Dakota in, doesn't necessarily mean worse ALTHOUGH Michigan State S C O R E S
office for VIP's. The final 500 went to other Big Ten schools. inGrand Forks, 6-4 and 9-3. InALHUHMcia Ste
Friday's contest, State rallied in Colp's case, as he led the has had its share of good for- - C - n
-PAUL CAMPBELL late in the third period to break nation in scoring as a sopho tine, Michigan has not been ex- B
a tie and stave off a come from more. cluded from the winning side of
Red Wings fire Barkle behind threat by the fighting THE MOST awesome aspect things this season either, st Ala
y1 t this se i, s j Kansas city 105 Cle veland 101

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TO VOTE: Contact your stewards, or
vote in the fishbowl or GEO office
(514 E. William) from 9:45 a.m. to
3:15 p.m.

11

VANCOUVER, B. C.-Doug Barkley 'was fired last night as lu.minateirm iun u 'oethSptnofnsistsow
AgdSaturday night, however, the of the Spartan offense is its w- ference with a 5-3 record, 6-4 NHL
coach of the Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League. Spartans blew the Sioux off the r play. MSU has scored on 25 overall.
The Red Wings announcement said General Manager Alex ice, much to the pleasure of of 72 power plays ,a conversion The Wolverines are coming Boslandersh, Pitts
Delvecchio would assume the dual role of coach and general State's coach, Amo Bessone. percentage of better than 1 for off a split with Denver, t he a, o
manager for the time being. "I never saw the kids make M nDweekend was satisfying n most Montreal 4, t. Louis 1
"Over the past couple of weeks, I have not seen suf- plays and pass so well," he said. chigan Coach Dan Farrell asects, considering that Mich-Montrea, s Louis 1 ORANGE BO
ficient improvement in the team I had expected," Delvec- "Tt was one of our better offen- feels it will be impossible to stop gan hadn't won in Denver since!SPECIAL!
~them on all their power plays. 1910O. COLLEGE BASKETBALL
chio said in a statement. sive passing exhibitions.,, "if o giv them an pays. T r n l 3 ColLEG SKet all
"I have made my coaches aware of my feelings, and in myIfyou give them an advan- The Friday night loss (3-2) 1 .,Carolina 75, Scton Hall 63
judgment the deterioration continued. I have confidence in this BESSONE'S group has not tage in penalties, they'll burn was a close one that could have Illinois 67, Missouri-Rolla 65 8-PACKS
team and there's still time left in this season to make the dne ro badly atseaon, h you every time," he warned. o-ne either way, with the ViciRutgers Purdue 73 12 oz. Returna
playoffs."; ever, losing only to Minnesota, The Blue icers have the low- tory on Satnrday more lopsided --- - 12o.RtrE
4-2, and Michigan Tech, 5-, two est penalty time per game aver- than the 6-5 score indicated.
APstrong conference contenders. Iage in the WCHA right now, The Wolverines feel they are 7-UP
L with an average of just over 14 going into this weekend with DAy
Leading the offensive charge minutes per game, though, momentum behind them and s A S ONLY
M atmen host Ohio U. 'which could work much to their considering everyone is healthy,
The Michigan wrestling team, undefeated in four dual meets standing senior centers, Tom bs.th
participates in two matches this weekend. Tonight in Crisler Ross and Steve Colp. The pair weekend. or1
Arena at 7:30 Bill Johannesen's squad tests its strength against hold down the number one and
Ohio University. two spots in WCHA scoring and lmit 1 8-Pck per cust
are possibly the best two cen-plmt18Pc e ut
Tomorrow,-wrestlers from the states of Michigan, Indianat.
and Ohio converge down the road in Ypsilanti for the Michigan Rtrs in the conference. NIELSEN'S FLOWER SHOP THIS WEEKEND:
Collegiate Tournament. ingscorrwasthearnandleads and AGNRTDEEESTORE
Michigan goes into tonight's contest with some starters the first line rounded outblead and ARDEN STOREE R SPEC
sidelined with injuries. Rich Lubell is out with an ankle junior Rob Harris at right wing Cordially Invites You to
injury and Mitch Marsicano - ec or-------- -krBE E-R SP-ECI-A-LS eV
won't see action because of a C a
bad knee. Sensationa!
Three Wolverines are also Smatu d, D . 68 oN
hurt but will compete against: Ente GErain is 91 different beers
the Bobcats: Amos Goodlow has Ea Saturday, Dec. 6, 8:30-5:00 e S i39
a hurt foot, captain Mark John- H ldaandW OOenE rygtT1ST
son's .wrist is sore and prize A Real Holiday Treat .A STOTSS We're Open Every Night Tila.m.
recruit Mark Churella spearated Sunday, Dec. 7, 10:00-5:00 WITH TOSSHE
some cartilage in his ribs. UAC CHILDREN'S THEATRE presents. .. ,0' (. * BAKE V S WeNG Hove Beer in the Barr
But Johannesen-remains opti- FR EE TO BE YOU AN D M E ,&The Garden Store will offer a beautiful display of SALAD &
mastic, if not downright confi- seasonal blooming plants and greens. There will be
dent that is team ran continue: TONIGHT-7:30 SOLD OUT! a drawing for 3 Door Prizes and each day at 2 uEE
its winning ways.' The team is -p.m. there will be a free lecture on plant basics.
young and inexperienced," he Arena Theatre, Frieze Bldg. If ' t-r
said, "which is why I scheduled OTHER PERFORMANCES: PLEASE JOIN US! corner of WILLIAM and FOURTH AV
them in so many dual meets." SAT.-l 1:00 SOLD OUT/2:00'7:30 FLOWER SHOP
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Tonight's lieup will be the Tickets On Sale Now- $1.00/1.50 and GARDEN STORE across from Lee Oldsmobile
same one that conquered Mich- Michigan Union Ticket Desk s 1021 MAIDEN LANE 994-6112 uvd
igan State Monday,27-l2 INFO-CALL 764-5387 __ __I Pays to Advertise in TheI
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