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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 15, 1992 - Page 11

Student hockey tix on sale tomorrow


The Michigan Athletic Depart-
ment has announced that orders for
1992-93 student season hockey tick-
ets will be accepted tomorrow from
8 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the Pendleton
Room on the second floor of the
Michigan Union.
Students intending to purchase
tickets will be required to enter the
Union from the north side entrance
of the building (nearest the LS&A
Building and "The Cube"). Once in-
side they will be directed to the
Pendleton Room.

Tickets will be sold on a first-
come, first-served basis to the first
1,200 students who apply for seats.
Students will be permitted to pur-
chase season tickets for fellow
classmates by providing additional
valid student identification cards and
completed applications. One spouse
ticket will also be available to stu-
dents with proof of marriage.
Student tickets are $48 for the
11-game academic-year package, or
$76 for the full 18-game schedule
package. All tickets are reserved

seats. The games which are not in-
cluded in the academic-year package
fall during student vacations and in-
clude games against Western Mich-
igan, Alberta, Ferris State, Bowling
Green, Lake Superior State and
Notre Dame. Individual game prices
are $8 for sideline seats and $5 for
seats behind the nets.
Ticket applicants will receive a
numbered voucher at the time of ap-
plication. This voucher must be pre-
sented during the ticket distribution
period held from Oct. 12-16 at the

Athletic Ticket Office on State St.
between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Every applicant must pick up
their own ticket and present a valid
University I.D. card for the fall term
along with a picture identification at
the time of distribution.
A coupon for a free replica
hockey jersey will be attached to all
ticket claim vouchers. The first 700
students to present this coupon along
with valid identification at Subway
on the lower level of the Union will
receive a free hockey jersey.


Bring your winning picks to the Daily at 420
Maynard by noon Friday to be eligible for the $15
gift certificate to O'Sullivan's Eatery and Pub which
is awarded to the most successful swami.
1. Oklahoma State at Michigan
2. Notre Dame at Michigan State
3. Eastern Michigan at Penn State
4. Ohio State at Syracuse
5. Illinois at Houston
6. Indiana at Kentucky
7. Toledo at Purdue
8. Colorado at Minnesota
9. Bowling Green at Wisconsin
10. Northwestern at Stanford
11. Florida A&M at Miami (Fla.)
12. Nebraska at Washington
13. Florida State at North Carolina State
14. Florida at Tennessee
15. Texas A&M at Missouri
16. Alabama at Arkansas
17. Southern Cal at Oklahoma
18. Cal. State-Fullerton at Georgia
19. Mississippi State at Memphis State
20. Yale at Brown
Tiebreaker: Oklahoma State at Michigan
Total points



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