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Does God Still
Speak Through
Prophets?
Hear International Speaker and
Teacher Henry 'Rusty' Russell

Page 10-Wednesday, February 10, 1982-The Michiqan Daily

THIS BUD'S FOR YOU
By BUDDY MOOREHOUSE

i
A columnist's last, hurrah ...

" Rusty Russell is part of the full time
Maranatha Campus Ministries
International staff.
" He has formerly pastored in
Oxford, England.
" He currently travels throughout the
world teaching and ministering.
" In addition to teaching, Rusty also
ministers prophetically and prays
for the sick.

WELL, LET'S SEE. They're kicking us out of
here this week to make room for the new
sports editors, so this is the last time we'll get to
'meet like this. I guess we'd better talk about
something important then.
We could discuss how the athletic ad-
ministration at this school views the role of the
Daily. For some reason, many of the coaches and
administrators in Michigan's athletic department
feel that the Daily should be a partisan, support-
the-school-at-all-costs sort of publication. Sorry,
but that's what Go Blue! magazine was for. We try
our best to be a professional, objective newspaper,
reporting the good news as well as the bad. It's the
school newspaper, sure, but that doesn't mean
that it has to support everything that goes on here.
It's just too bad that some people don't realize
that.
Journalistic immaturity
We could also talk about college journalists in
general. You have no doubt noticed that many
people writing for college newspapers, including
quite a few here at the Daily, feel that theyhave to
write negative things in order to be good jour-
nalists. Most of these immature people can be
found working as entertainment reviewers and
opinion page writers. When Bo Schembechler
passed up Texas A&M's big bucks offer to stay at
Michigan, did the Daily write an editorial praising
his loyalty? No, instead the editorial page printed
a stupid, mindless piece which totally missed the

... time to press on
point, saying that college football was getting too year's Michigan-Ohio State game, the media were
big. Wow, that's big news! It's just too bad that waiting in the conference room for Schembechler
these people, some of whom actually have talent to come out. Before Bo arrived, Assistant Sports
for putting words together, can't use that ability Information Director Gregg Burke told us that the
puttingMichigan players' locker room was off limits
for better things. because there was a female reporter (Anne Doyle
Or instead of all this serious stuff, maybe I of Channel 2 in Detroit) among us, and it wouldn't
should close out my career at the Daily by writing be fair to leave her out. It didn't seem to matter
a personal list column. You know, with stuff like tha Dole he at ot i n gmes and
this that Doyle had been at other Michigan games and
MOST EXCITING PLAY I'VE EVER SEEN: the locker room had never been closed before. But
Anthony Carter's touchdown catch against In- after Bo offered a few comments and walked out,
diana. everyone ignored Burke's decree and went in the
BEST MICHIGAN ATHLETE I'VE EVER locker room anyway. And where was Anne Doyle?
SEEN: Jim Paciorek. Right there in the sweaty room, going from naked
BEST SPORTS MOVIE OF THE LAST FOUR player to naked player inmsearch of an interview.
YEARS: "Victory.", Or how about this little story: A couple weeks
BEST ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE I'VE ago, Michigan men's swimming coach Gus Stager
EVER SEEN: Butch Woolfolk gaining 253 yards called the Daily yelling about the lack of coverage
against Michigan State last October. his team has received from this newspaper. He
WORST ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE I'VE was also demanding that we write apreview of his
EVER SEEN: Bucky Dent in "The{ Dallas squad's meets that weekend against Purdue and
Cowboys Cheerleaders." Illinois. If we didn't, Stager said, he might not talk
BEST LOOKING MICHIGAN to our reporters again. After trying to explain to
CHEERLEADER:Lily Handler (the thidhim that we do cover all of his team's meets, I told
from the right at the basketball games).te a tedAn'r alwaysadspe to also
MOST BORING SPORT TO WATCH ON TV: write a preview. As it turned out, bad weather for-
Golf and bowling (tie). ced the cancellation of both meets. Fate works in
Well, you get the idea. mysterious ways,
LCome to think of it, I won't talk about any of that
Short Stories stuff. You would all just get bored with it anyway.
Perhaps it might be fun to tell you some cute lit- I'll just take this opportunity to thank you all for
tle anecdotes. Something like this: After. last putting 'up with me. Listen, I have to go now.
e snThey're moving all the stuff out of my desk.

Rusty Russell will be speaking at THE ANN ARBOR
INN, THE HARLAN HATCHER ROOM, 2nd
FLOOR on the 9th, 10th and 11th of February.

7:00 P.M.

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Wales icers win All-Star game
4-2, Bossy earns MVP honors

LANDOVER, Md. (AP) - Mike
Bossy, the scoring machine of the
Stanley Cup champion New York Islan-
ders, pumped in two goals last night to
propel the Prince of Wales Conference
to a 4-2 victory over the Clarence Cam-
pbell Conference in the National
Hockey League All-Star game.
Bossy, who has twice led the league in
goals and has been an all-star in all five
of his seasons with the Islanders, broke
a 2-2 tie by poking home the rebound of
a shot by defenseman Barry Beck of the
New York Rangers with 2:50 remaining
in the second period.
He then clinched the game - and
Most Valuable Player honors for him-
self - by beating goalie Gilles Meloche
of Minnesota on a breakaway 1:19 into
IM Scores
Monday
Basketball
Women
Armageddon 54, Sweet Swishers 30
Superstars 40, Hunt 11
Stockwell 24, Zeta Tau Alpha 10
We're Talking Proud 2, Barbour 0 (forfeit)
Residence Hall 'A'
Mutiny 49, 2nd Rotvig 27
58 Corridor Bongers 45, Purple Haze 37
Schemps 33, Reeves Adolescents 31
Michigan House 31, Elliott Zuckowski's 22
Residence Hall'B'
Huber Highs 2j, Adams Spasms 22
Mads 33, Scott 27
Fraternity 'A'
Kappa Alpha Psi 56, Lambda Chi Alpha 45
Sigma Chi 41, Chi Psi 32
Fraternity 'B'
Chi Phi 53, sigma Chi 29
Co-Rec
Hi-Ho's 54, Umlauts 50
Remnants 38, Blue Bombers 16
Graduate/Faculty/Staff
Spartans 39, Spasms 37
Penal Action 30, B-Ball Players 25
All Campus
Loose Ball Fowls 50, Express IV 42
Stately Wayne Manor 33, Alpha Sigma Phi 32
Independent
State Street Stoners 43, MC's 41
Powerhouse 81 54, 5th Avenue Fanatics 36
The Office 61, Disturbed Furniture 30
Cousins Causins 46, High Fives 45
Shockers 45, Tadr x 31

the final period. Defenseman Larry
Robinson of Montreal, standing at the
side of his own net, hit the breaking
Bossy behind the Campbell defense.
Bossy skated in unmolested, made a
shoulder fake on Meloche and put a
short wrist shot past the goalie's glove.-
They were .Bossy's first two goals in
all-star competition.
The Campbells jumped to a 1-0 lead
2:32 into the game before a sellout
crowd of 18,130 at the Capital Centre
when Rick Vaive of Toronto- one of 20
plaers making an all-star debut here -

rifled a slapsljot past Wales goalie
Michel Dion of Pittsburgh.
But the Wales struck back with a pair
of goals 1:24 apart. Defenseman Ray.
Bourque of Boston whipped a wrist shot
past Campbell goalie Grant Fuhr of
Edmonton on a power play at 12:03.
then, at 13:27, Quebec's Marc Tardif
poked in a goalmouth feed from Rick
Middleton of Boston.
Wayne Gretzky tied it 2-2 just 26
seconds into the second period on a
breakaway.

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the Los Angeles Kings tangle in front of the net, as the puck slides by the goal
crease. The Wales Conference went on to win the game 4-2.
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