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HOCKEY
From Page 1A
Thirty seconds later, Sauer
found himself splayed along the
goal line once again. Sauer dove
to the left post with his glove to
stop a follow-up Miami shot after
blocking a bullet from the oppo-
site side of the crease.
"I think that could've been the
turning point of the game," Michi-
gan coach Red Berenson said. "He
made it look easy tonight, and
when goalies are playing well,
they make it look easy."
The previous night, Sauer was

just the opposite. He had diffi-
culty finding a rhythm hetween
the posts, facing just eight shots
and lettingin three over the first
two periods of the high-scoring 6-
4 win over Northern Michigan.
But against 13 shots in the third
period Friday, Sauer displayed the
poise that catapulted the Wolver-
ines to their eighth all-time CCHA
championship the next night.
"As the game wore on (Friday),
we're hanging on the last five min-
utes and he fought hard to keep
that win," Berenson said. "He was
the difference in the game last
night and he carried that on for
(Saturday's) game."

Sauer'n performance didn't gar-
ner All-Tournament team honorn
- Miami goalie Jeff Zatkoff won
instead - but the junior brushed
the snub aside in light of the team
accomplishing another of its pre-
season goals.
"When we get our rings in the
summer I won't be feeling too
bad about it," Sauer said. "That's
the most important part of it, just
that we went out there and got the
win."
"It'sexcitingbecause we haven't
had a Michigan banner since our
junior class has been here," added
Tim Miller, the tournament's
Most Valuable Player with two

goals and two anssins. "It' sbeen
really dinappointing. To get one
up at the GLI was really exciting
and especially to get the second
one up (for the CCHA title).
"Every time I come to a Red
Wings game now I can see those
two banners for the whole year."
All that's left - a Nation-
al Championship for the East
Regional-bound and top-seeded
Wolverines.
"We have one more goal we
need to accomplish and then we'll
be set," said freshman Aaron
Palushaj, who had a goal in the
championship game. "But for right
now, it feels very good."

Monday, March 24, 2008 - 7A
Kilpatrick learns fate today

Detroit mayor could
face perjury charges
DETROIT (AP) - A two-month-
old text-messaging sex scandal
involving Detroit Mayor Kwame
Kilpatrick is coming to a head.
Wayne County Prosecutor Kym
Worthy scheduled a news confer-
ence for 11 a.m. to announce wheth-
er she's pressing charges against
Kilpatrick and one-time Chief of
Staff Christine Beatty.
She's been investigating claims

they lied under oath during a whis-
tle-blowers' trial last summer when
they denied having a romantic rela-
tionship. Published excerpts of sexu-
ally explicit text messages left on
Beatty's city-issued pager in 2002
and 2003 appear to contradict their
testimony.
Kilpatrick has said he expects to
be vindicated. A conviction of lying
under oath canbring up to1 years'
imprisonment.
Detroit's charter calls for the
mayor to be removed from office if
convicted of a felony.

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LAST HOUSE LEFT. Available Fall.
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Contact Michigan Realty Management,
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PETS WELCOME SPACIOUS 2
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Call Ryan with CMI: (734) 663-4101.
1814 GEDDES - Across the street
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715 W Madison - Apartment life of
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grants/files/CaRSIP_Application.doc
All applications must be submitted
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Questions about the program? Please
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Difficulty downloading or uploading
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For Monday, March 24, 2008
ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
You'll enjoy moments of solitude
today. Its relatively easy for you to feel
peaceful and content. Steal some private
time just for yourself to enjoy the
moment.
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
Discussions with casual friends and
groups go well today. If you have to talk
to a group as a whole, you'll be able to
unify them in some way.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
This is a good day to deal with par-
ents, bosses, teachers, authority figures
or the police. People will listen to what
you have to say. Furthermore, your way
of expressing yourself wil be diplomatic
and convincing.
CANCER
(Jane 211to July 22)
Your appreciation of beauty is height-
ened today. Visit museums, galleries,
parks or beautiful buildings. Enjoy film
or the creative works of others. You'll
also enjoy learning and discussing new
ideas.
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
If you talk to someone today, you
could benefit directly or increase your
assets in some way. It's a good time to
discuss inheritances, wills or how to
divide shared possessions.
VIRGO
(Aug. 23to Sept. 22)
You'll appreciate the fine ideas of oth-
ers today, and vice versa. You're more
interested in somebody else's values and
how this person thinks.
LIBRA
(Sept. 23to Oct. 22)
Co-workers are supportive today. If
you're working today, your moneymak-
ing ideas or cost-cutting ideas definitely

are worth consideration.
SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 toNov. 21)
Don't hesitate to tell someone, espe-
cially a romantic someone, how you feel.
Express your affection. You have noth-
ing to lose except your pride.
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
Family conversations are affectionate
and reassuring. It's a good day to enter-
tain athome. Gatherings are friendly and
warm-hearted.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 2210o Jan. 19)
You're intriged 9by beautiful ideas
and the beauty of your everyday sur-
roundings. Talk to siblings if you can.
It's a good day to show others you care
for them.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20to Feb. 18)
This is an excellent day for business
and commerce. Your moneymaking
ideas definitely can be- profitable!
Whatever you buy will be beautiful and
possibly gain in value in the future.
PISCES
(Feb. 19to March 20)
You feel diplomatic and charming to
everyone you meet today. People are
glad to see you, perhaps because you
find it easy to see the best in them.
YOU BORN TODAY You're very
spontaneous. You enjoy life. You feel
genuine affection for your friends. In
turn, they know you to be loyal and
trustworthy. You want to spread your
wings and have a good time. Because of
these values, people just like you.
However, your trusting nature can some-
times land you in bizarre situations!
Your year ahead is full of wonderful,
fresh, new beginnings. Open any door!
Birthdate of: Annabella Sciorra,
actress; Lawrence Ferlinghetti, poet;
Alyson Hannigan, actress.

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