w w V V V w
W, w W_. w
12B - The Michigan Daily - Faceoff 2002 - Thursday, October 10, 2002
- te r _
Uflh ,ir Birb gun FiIg
w - -a
Yost Ice Arena: Traditionally Electric
After Michigan scores a goal: After the band plays "The Victors," hold up the
number of goals Michigan has on your fingers. After the announcer
a'.gives the details of the goal, someone in the band will say "Goal
count! Ready?" Then count the goals, and point to the opposing
goalie (for example, Lake Superior State's Matt Violin, left), saying
"We want mooooore goals! Sieve! Sieve! Sieve! Sieve! Sieve! Sieve!
Sieve! It's all your fault! It's all your fault! It's all your fault! It's all
When an opponent gets a penalty: As soon as the ref indicates a
penalty, start waving at the player and yell "ooooohhh.. ." until he
steps in the box, then yell "See ya! Chump, dick, wuss, douchebag,
TOM FELDKAMP/Daly rasshole, prick, cheater, bitch, whore!"
When the opposing goalie takes off his mask: Chant "Ugly goalie!" When he puts his mask back on,
With 1:05 left in the period: Yell "How ... much ... time ... is ... left?" The announcer will say "Last
minute to play in the period." Yell "Thank you!"
If the ref makes a bad call: Chant "Ref you suck!" or "We want Shegos!" (Shegos is in reference to a
very pro-Michigan referee. There is a second Shegos however who was known for anti-Michigan calls).
Comparing it to Duke's basketball atena,
Sports Illustrated called Yost "the Cameron
Indoor Stadium of College Hockey."
Witnessing a Michigan hockey
game at venerable Yost Ice Arena
is an experience like no other.
Built in 1924 and named after
football coach and athletic direc-
tor Fielding H. Yost, it hosted
track and basketball until it
became the home of the hockey
team in 1973.
Yost holds 6,637 raucous and
well-educated fans. These Michi-
gan enthusiasts know their hock-
ey - and their cheers. While
rooting on the Wolverines and
harassing the opposing team,
they turn the majestic barn into
a hostile environment at every
Students, Faculty, and Staff
mention this ad and receive
150/o off any entree
Szechuan, Hunan &
Dine-in or Carry-out
Not valid with any
y) Fri&Sat 11:30-11,
ek Carry-Out Only
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
THE VIETNAM PROTESTORS
claim they ended the
Vietnam War, saving
thousands of lives.
Are those claims
justified, or are
they merely justify-
ing their actions?
GARY LILLIE & ASSOC.. REALUORS
s IG M W E S T I M
WASH W STADIUMW
2161 W. Sfad z
(near Stadium & Libert
open 7 days5 a w&~
Protective netting was installed above the glass at each end of the rink to
keep high-flying pucks from harming fans. Play will be whistled dead when a
puck hits the net and drops back onto the ice. This change has been made at
arenas across the NCAA.
The band will now rile the crowd from the southwest corner of the rink. It has
moved from its old spot in the southeast corner because club-level patrons com-
plained about the high volume. Due to the space limitations of their section, the
number of band members was reduced.
Scott Spooner has stepped behind the mic to replace former public address
announcer Glen Williams, who retired after 33 years of informing the crowd.
In preparation for the 2003 NCAA Midwest Regional (March 29-30), cen-
ter ice now features the words 'Yost Ice Arena' and the neutral zone sports
Michigan logos. After the CCHA tournament, the block 'M' will be replaced
by NCAA logos. In addition, red, white and blue unity ribbons were painted
behind each goal.
ANN ARBOR REALTY
LOCATION - LOCATION - LOCATION
Efficiencies, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apts.
Starting at $575/mo. Includes some utilities.
ANN ARBOR REALTY
Open Mon-Fri, 9 am to 5:30 pm