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Page 10-Tuesday, January 26, 1982-TheMichigan Daily

THE FOLKS EXPECT YOU TO
WRITE HOME ONCE IN A WHILE..

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By MARK BOROWSKI
The Michigan State hockey team
knocked Bowling Green from the top
spot in the CCHA over the weekend, but
unfortunately for coach Ron Mason's
Spartans,-being number one only lasted
for a day.
A 7-3 MSU victory Friday night over
Ohio State, coupled with Bowling
Green's 9-8 overtime loss to Notre
Dame, moved the Spartan squad just
percentage points ahead of the Falcons
in the race for the league lead.
Michigan State slid back into second,
however, after losing, 4-1, to Ohio State
Saturday night, while Bowling Green
dumped the Fighting Irish, 8-7, in an ex-
tra period.
MASON ATTRIBUTED his squad's
win to a strong performance by its
"special teams," the power play, and
penalty-killing units. "We capitalized
on our opportunities Friday night," he
said. "Our special teams played very
well.
"When you score five times when
your special teams are out there - two
shorthanded and three power play
goals - it is likely you are going to
win."
Spartan captain Newell Brown led
the offensive attack, as he racked up
two shorthanded goals and one power
play score to net a hat trick in the
opener.
THE SECOND game in Columbus
proved to be a different story, however.
"Ohio State played a better game, and
we didn't capitalize on our oppor-
tunities," said Mason.
"If it weren't for (Michigan State
goalie) Ron Scott, they would have
blown it open in the second period. We
came out and dominated the third
period but couldn't score. Ohio State

MSU, Bowling Green
flip- flop at top spot

has a smaller rink and used it to its ad-
vantage Saturday night," said Mason.
Bowling Green 8-8,
Notre Dame 9-7
The first-place Falcons ended up with
a split against Notre Dame over the
weekend. Both games were sent into,
overtime, as they featured little defen-
se and lots of scoring - 32 goals, to be
exact, were compiled in the series..
Bowling Green forward Peter Wilson
earned CCHA Player-of-the-Week

notching five third-period goals in the
first night and four the second.
Laker coach Bill Selman attributed
his team's performance to his icers'
continuing improvement. "Our wins
have just been an accumulation of all
the things I have been teaching the
team," he said. "We haven't lost in the
last nine games, and we are a little
ahead of where we thought we would be
at this time in the season.
Ferris State 4-5,
Michigan Tech 2-7
Michigan Tech maintained its hold on
third place by splitting with Ferris
State over the weekend. The Bulldogs
took the first game, 4-2, and the Huskies
retaliated, 7-5, on Saturday night.
Bill Terry had five points to lead
Michigan Tech in the offensive depar-
tment, while Randy Merrifhield had a
strong game for Ferris, with the win-
ning score Friday night and a penalty-
killing performance that helped hold
Tech scoreless in all but one of 14 power
play situations.
Miami (0)8-5,
Western Mic gan 3-4
Miami of Ohio inally did it, "it"
being a weekend sweep of a CCHA op-
ponent. The victim was Western
Michigan, which has succumbed to the
Redskins in three of their four meetings
this year.

honors as he scored ninepoints inmthe
match-up. He had two goals and four
assists in the loss and two goals, in-
cluding the overtime winner, on the
second night.
Falcon. senior George McPhee set a
new Bowling Green scoring record of
240 points by collecting a goal and eight
assists over the weekend.
Lake Superior 9-9,
Northern Michigan 5-3
Lake Superior relied on some late
scoring to sweep Northern Michigan,
CCHA Standings

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1. Bowling Green:.....
2. Michigan State ...
3. Michigan Tech......'
4. MICHIGAN......
5. Ferris State.......
6. N. Michigan
7. Lake Superior......
Notre Dame.......
9. Miami..........
10. Ohio State .........
Western Michigan..

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12 7 1
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Hockey Magazine Poll
W L T Pts.
1. Wisconsin (9)......25 3 1 99
2. Clarkston (1) ......18 1 1 88
3. NorthfDakota.......21 8 0 81
4. Bowling Green.....16 9 1 68
5. Michigan State ...,.. 16 7 2 52
6. Michigan Tech......16 8 2 42
7. Colgate ...........12 4 0 28
8. Boston College...... 13 5 0 25
9. Minnesota...........12 8 2 1?
10., Lake Superior.......14. 10 3 11
CCHA Leading

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Can American business
survive without Theory Z?
For years, American managers have assumed that Japanese
management techniques are not applicable to American
corporations. And during that time, they've watched
Japanese productivity rise to supremacy while American
productivity declines rapidly
William Ouchi, the man who coined the term "Theory Z"thinks
differently.In his revolutionary book-the definitive bestseller
that's been acclaimed by every major business journal -
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Many Fortune 500 companies in the U.S. have already
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"I am convinced that Theory Z will be animportant
milestone of progress for the business world."
-Akio Morita, Chairman, CEO
Sony Corporation

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This Week's Games
January 29-30
Bowling Green (S) vs. MICHIGAN (F)
Ferris State at Lake Superior
Miami at Michigan State
N. Mich. at Western Michigan
Notre Dame at Michigan Tech
Chicago Circle at Ohio State (non-
league game)
(F) Friday home game;
(5) Saturday home game

Scorers
Player, School G G
1. B. Hills, Bowling Green. 2021
2. G. McPhee. Bowling Green 18 14
3. N. Brown, Mich. State....... 21, 8
4. D. Poulin, Notre Dame......20 18
5. P. Wilson, Bowling Green.... 20' 16
WCHA Weekend Scores
Wisconsin 7-9, Colorado College 6-6
North Dakota 34, Minnesota 1-1
Minnesota-Duluth 8-6, Denver 518

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"Theory Z should be
American managers."

required reading for all
-Michael Maccoby
author of The Gamesman

Over 6 months on "The New York Times Bestseller List."
Selected by AMA Book Club, Fortune Book Club,
Book-of-the-Month Club and Macmillan Executive
Program.

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