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The Michigan Daily--Tuesday, February 10, 1981-Page 9

BADGERS BENEFIT FROM EASY SCHEDULE
Wisconsin in race for WCHA title

By TOM SHAHEEN
Coach Bob Johnson's icers did more
*han knock North Dakota out of first
place last weekend. The twin victories
just may have given Wisconsin the
WCHA title - even though the Badgers
are currently in second place.
"There's no question that Wisconsin
is in the driver's seat," said Marshall
Johnston, coach of co-leader Denver.
"They only have Colorado College,
Michigan State and Notre Dame left on
WCHA
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their schedule."
So while Wisconsin is gathering poin-
ts at the expense of the division's also-
rans, the top teams (Minnesota, Norih
Dakota, and Denver) will be busy an-
iihilating each other. Which leaves
Wisconsin with the pot of gold unless
disaster hits Madison, Wisconsin.
The picture is also somewhat
brighter for Michigan. The sweep of
Notre Dame last weekend virtually
assured John Giordano's icers of a
playoff spot. The Wolverines are only
two games out of fourth place, and ,they
face seventh place Minnesota-Duluth
this weekend. A double victory' by
Michigan could put the heat on
Michigan Tech and North Dakota down
the stretch.
Playoff picture
Only three weeks remain before the
WCHA playoffs begin. The format is as
follows: The top eight finishers in the
WCHA standings are eligible, with the
top four teams designated as home
teams.7;he pairings: Team.8 at Team

1, Team 7 at Team 2, Team 6 at Team 3,
and Team 5 at Team 4. The team that
scores the most goals in a two-game
series will move on to the second round.
The four first-round winners are then
ranked one through four according to
their regular-season standings. Team 3
plays at Team 2, and Team 1 hosts
Team 4. Again two games are played
with the most goals criterion deciding
the winner. The two winners meet un-
der the same format to decide the
WCHA champion.
NCAA includes eight
The NCAA Championships have been
expanded to include eight teams this
year - four from the West and four
from the East.
The first round of the playoffs will be
conducted March 20-21 with four teams
from the East playing their four
Western counterparts - each in a two-
game, total goal series. Three clubs will
automatically qualify for this quarter-
final series - one from the WCHA, one
from the Central Collegiate Hockey
Association (CCHA),'and one from the
Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference
(ECAC). The automatic qualifiers are
determined by each individual league.
The remaining five teams three
from the East and two from the West -
will be selected on an at-large basis by
the NCAA Ice Hockey Committee,
Sports
HOCKEY
February 13-14 at Minnesota-Duluth F
WRESTLING
February 14 BALL STATE, 7:30 p.m.
February 16 IOWA STATE, 7:30 p.m. F
MEN'S BASKETBALL
February 12 OHIO STATE, 8:05 p.m.,
February 14 at Michigan StateF
MEN'S INDOOR TRACK
February 10 at Michigan State
WOMEN'S BASKETBALLF
February 10 at Grand Valley

which will utilize the following criteria
- won and lost records, strength of
schedule, eligibility of students for post-
season competition, head-to-head
competition, post season play if ap-
plicable and the depth of personnel,
only if all other factors are equal. In
addition, potential participants must
have a minimum schedule of 15 games
against collegiate competition.
Champions of the WCHA and CCHA

will serve as hosts of first-round con-
tests in the West, while the No. 1 and
No. 2 teams in the East also will be
home teams in the quarter-finals. The
pairings: No. 4 East plays at No. 1
West; No. 3 East plays at No. 2 West;
No. 3 West plays at No. 2 East; and No.
4 West plays at No. 1 East.
The four survivors will go to Duluth
for the NCAA championship tour-
nament March 26-27-28.

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WCHA STANDINGS
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Minnesota.........15 7
Denver ............ 14 6
Wisconsin .......... 14 8
Michigan Tech ..... 13 9
North Dakota ....... 12 8
MICHIGAN ........ 11 11
Minnesota-Duluth .. 9 13
Colorado College ... 9 13
Notre Dame ........ 6 15
Michigan State ..... 4 17
WEEKEND SCORES
MICHIGAN 12-8, Notre Dame 5-4
Michigan Tech 6-5, Colorado College 2-0
Denver 9-7, Minn-Duluth 6-4
Minnesota 8-4, Michigan State 3-2
Wisconsin 10-5,North Dakota 1-4
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
(Friday and Saturday)
MICHIGAN at Minnesota-Duluth
Minnesota at Michigan Tech
North Dakota at Denver
Notre Dame at Michigan State
Wisconsinat Colorado College

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HOCKEY MAGAZINE-ESPN
POLL
Votes
1. Minnesota (10) ................100
2. Denver ..........................84
3. Wisconsin .......................79
4. Clarkson ......................73
5. North Dakota ....................52
6. Boston College ................41
7. Michigan Tech ..................41
8. Northern Michigan ..............24
9. Maine......... .............23
10. Northeastern ....................20

Budget Cuts
They 're going to
get you, too -
MASS MEETING for all concerned people.
Wed. Feb. 11, Michigan Union Assembly
Hall, at 9:00 p.m.
CAMP TMARACK THIS SUMMIER
We'll supply room, board, salary, training and lots of support,
great facilities and kids. You supply the enthusiasm. Tama-
rack is operated by the Fresh Air Society of Metropolitan
Detroit, a non-profit Jewish agency. We have four camps
totalling nearly 2000 acres in Michigan's Upper and Lower
Peninsulas and in Ontario.
POSITIONS FOR: cabin counselors; unit supervisors;
counselors in arts and crafts, nature-campcraft,
waterfront, trippers, sports, and performing arts;
kitchen and maintenance staff; secretary; nurses;
bus drivers.
We hope you'll join us for a challenging
and rewarding summer.
INTERVIEWS FEBRUARY16 AND MARCH 10
summer placement call 764-7456

WCHA SCORING LEADERS
GP G A
1. Neal Broten, Minnesota..........22 11 39
1. Steve Ulseth, Minnesota........22 21 29
3. Aaron Broten, Minnesota ....... 22 21 28
4. Bruce Aikens, Col. College ...... 22 18 27
5. Troy Murray, North Dakota...., 22 20 21

Pts
50
50
'49
45
41

on Tap Scores
College Basketball'
Albright 68, Moravian57
February 13-14 Big Ten Championship Alfred 66, Nazareth 6y
at EvnstonCheyney St. 65. LeMoyne 54
at Evanston . Colgate 74, Canisius 73
WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS Curry 63, Connecticut Coil. 51
February 14 at Pittsburgh including Fordham 75, Army 57
Easten MiciganN. Y. Poly 34, N.Y. Maritime 32
Eastern MichiganNorwich 84 Plattsburgh St. 74
WOMEN'S INDOOR TRACK Shippensburg St. 55, Dickinson 52
February 14 BOWLING GREEN, Southampton 83, Pratt 67
6:00 p.m, Stonehill 88, Lowell 73
Evansville 70. Bulr66
SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING Missouri9K 79, Kansas 65
Stfl~flf----.Missouri

February 14 MI

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INDEPENDENT FRATERNITY 'A' ,'~
(Competitive)

1) Big Dogs
2) Powerhouse '80
3) Aces
4) Mad Cats
5) Dorks
6) The Geeks
7) White Whales
8) Knicks
9) Arbory Pirates
10) The Uppers
GRADUATE
I') Legal Luckouts
2) Spartans
3) Law Gold
4) DSD B
5) Hose Bags
6) DSD A
7) Law Dogs
8) Mba Gold
9) Pisces
*10) Trash
WOMEN'S
(Competitive)
1) King Pins
2) Dazzlers
3) Hunt
4) Happy Hoopers
5) Couzens

1) Alpha Phi Alpha
2) Beta Theta Pi
3) Zeta Psi
4) Kappa Alpha Psi
5) Phi Beta Sigma
6) Fiji
7) Sigma Nu
8) Sigma Alpha Epsilon
9) Sigma Alpha Mu
10) Omega Psi Phi
RESIDENCE
HALL'A'
1) Huber Huberites
2) Kelsey House Roots
3) Gomberg A 'A'
4) Fisher
5) Gomberg 'C'
6) Abeng
7) Allen Rumsey
8) Delta Eagles
9) C.A.M.M.
10) Dirty Rimmers
CO-REC
(Competitive)
1) Fubars
2) Couzens Co-Rec
3) Amoebas
4) Nitwits
5) Oxford Plus

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to Responsibility

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young engineers at Alcoa
do is to oversee plant
systems and make sure
they operate properly, at
optimum efficiency. The
employees above are
checking the controls of
a D.C. motor drive.
This is a lot of
responsibility for an entry-
level engineer. It's a lot of
responsibilitv for any

Electrical Engineers,
Mechanical Engineers, '
Industrial Engineers,
R&D, Safety
Alcoa Campus Recruitment-
March 6
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