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May 09, 1974 - Image 11

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Page Eleven "
RUTH DAY.
Department of Psychology,
Yale University and Haskins Laboratories
Individual Differences in
Language Processing: Implications
for a Theory of Cognition
TEA: 3:15 p.m. Room 1057 MHRI
SEMINAR: 3:45 p.m. Room 2059 MHRI.
NEW WORLD SUMMER CINEMA Presents

Robbie Moore at work-he gets a back-up
Farrell lands eight

By ROGER ROSSITER
Michigan hockey coach Dan
Farrell announced this week the
signing of eight freshman can-
didates for the 1974-75 Wolverine
squad. The list includes two
players from the 1974 Minnesota
state champion, Edina East,
coached by former Wolverine
All-American goaltender Willard
Ikola, and the leading scorer
from the Michigan Junior "B"
League.
Farrell's p r i m a r y concern
while recruiting this year has
been to beef up Michigan's of-
fense and find a solid backup
netminder, two ambitious goals
which he feels "he has fulfilled.
Size was also foremost in Far-
rell's mind and he found some
hefties led by righswinger-de-
fensemnan J o h n McCahill, 6-2,
195, from Sarnia, Ontario. Mc-
Cahill playedhdefense this past
season for the Sarnia Junior
"B" entry, but Farrell intends
to give him a shot at rightwing
next fall.
ANOTHER HEFTY forward,
Ben Kawa, 6-0, 180, from To-
ronto will get a shot at a left-
wing slot. Although Kawa is
presently recovering f r o m a
broken jaw suffered while skat-
ing for Wexford of the Toronto
Junior League, Farrell seems
confident that the big Canadian
will be raring to go by the time
training camp opens.
Bill Thayer, 5-10, 165, and
Barry Johnson, 6-1, 175, teamed
in on the same line for Ikola's
Minnesota State champs. Edina
East compiled a perfect 29-0
record this past season with
Tvlor and Johnson playing a
large role.
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Frank Zimmerman, should see paced the Michigan Junior "B"
plenty of action as backup to League in scoring while skating
Michigan's All-American goalie, for the Ecorse entry.
Robbie M oor e. Zimmerman Portaider Scott Bondy, a soon-
played for the Minnesota Junior t-be alumnus of Notre Dame
Stars this past season and top- High in Detroit, figures to have
ped the Minnesota J u n i o r an excellent shot at a starting
League with a superlative 3.01 leftwing position.
goals against average. Both Kawa and MoCahill play-
Farrell plucked a fourth na- ed defense in the Canadian Jun-
tivo Minnesotan in center Dan ior leaes, btFe aatici-
Hoene from Cathedral High in pates using them aforards
Duluth. The 5-9, 170 pivotmn where he admitted the Wolver-
"really knows how to put the lnrs need the most help. No
puck in the net," Farrell ox- players were signed as defense-
claimed. useu, reinforcing Farrell's con-
A PAIR OF HOME staters tention that his returning sextet
round out the tender list, and of captain Randy Trudeau, Dave
Farrell considers both to be top Shand, Greg Fox, Tom Linds-
prospects. Kip Maurer "oan do kog, Rob Palmer and Greg Na-
everything we want from a cen- tale have performed up to Far-
terman," Farrell noted. Maurer rell's anticipation.
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