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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1968

PAGE EIGHT TIlE MICHIGAN B~lIX FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1968

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By JOEL BLOCK
Big Ten Examiner John Dewey
told The Daily last night that he
had traveled to East Lansing
Tuesday night "to set up the pro-
cedure for the investigation of
Michigan State."
Dewey said he talked to John
Fuzak. MSU faculty representa-
tive, Biggie Munn, athletic direc-
tor; Bert Smith, assistant athletic
director; and two athletes. Dewey
did not talk to Duffy Daugherty,
Spartan football coach.
Dewey said he went to East
Lansing to determine "what to do,
how to do it, and what to. look

Announces iSU Violations Investigation

at" in the probe at Michigan State.
Earlier, however, MSU Sports
Information Director Fred Stabley
claimed that Dewey "left the cam-
pus with no indication of dissatis-
faction or an order for further
fact-finding." He termed the visit
an "unannounced call."
Munn said that he was "satis-
fied that things are in excellent
order at Michigan State." ,
Dewey also said last night, "I'm
not going to give a progress re-
port of the investigations to any-
one. It's going to be a matter of
weeks before I'll be ready to give
my report to the conference ath-

letic directors. Only after the and that an opinion now would
group decides whether there were only be "prejudicial."
violations or not will I be able to Meanwhile, Daugherty said he
reveal my findings." had taken no further action on his

The Big Ten investigator said
that he encountered the same
"good" cooperation at Michigan
State that he has found at Mich-
igan.
In the Michigan athletic depart-
ment's own investigation, Profes-
sor Edward Halpern, chairman of
the faculty investigating commit-
tee, could only say that "we are
working exhaustively on the mat-
ter." He said the committee would
be working "for days" on the case

threat of a libel suit against The
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S COl EtS
Rio Grande, Ohio 108, Point Park 93
Mt. St. Mary's 75, Baltimore Loyola 63
Tulane 71, NYU 60
St. Peter's, N.J., 112, Vermont 76
Cincinnati 73, North Texas St. 61
Windham 109, Lyndon St. 77
Geneva 87, Edinboro 78
Grove City 72, Slippery Rock 62
Houston 106, Miami,Fla., 64
St. Louis 60, Southern l1. 54
Indiana Tech 88. Spring Arbor 61
Northwood, nd. 116 Northwood,
Mich. 75
Earlham 103, Marian 98, overtime
Wichita 112, Bradley 97
Viillanova 78, Niagara 56

Daily and did not wish to mak
any additional comments.
The Spartan head coach said
Tuesday he planned to consult hi,
attorneys about a possible suit be-
cause of a Daily story Sunday
which revealed apparent athleti
violations at MSU.

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By ELLIOTT BERRY
Momentum, home ice, and a
bit of good fortune may be enough
to thrust the Wolverine icers to
the top of the Western Collegiate
Hockey League this weekend.
Their opponent however, Mich-
igan Tech, is currently enjoying-
its seat atop the red-hot race,
and will not easily relinquish it.
The Huskies are coming off a
weekend split with powerful
North Dakota, while the Wolver-
ines are riding the crest of a 10-
game winning streak. Added to
the momentum is the friendly
confines of the Coliseum where
the Wolverines have yet to taste
defeat.,
The last time a first place team
rolled into the Coliseum (Minne-
sota) they found themselves on
the short end of two one-goal de-
cisions. Husky Coach John McIn-
nis is well aware of Michigan's
performance at home and hopes
his luck will be a little better than
the rest.
Mclnnis, though, wasn't as op-
timistic as most first place coach-
es. "We have to have a split," he
stated warily, "no less than a
split."
Michigan Tech, a club depend-
ent on, sophomores, has fared well
in its previous contests with the
WCHA's front-runners. The
Huskies previously swept their
two-game series from the league's
co-leaders Denver, and in four
games with previously top ranked
North Dakota, they won two.
The sparkplugs of the Tech at-
tack are sophomore Brian Watts
and junior Al Karlander. Watts,
is the team's leading point-getter,
while Karlander, who tallied 11.
times in his first 11 league con-

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producer.+
The real strength of the Huskies
however, is defense. Their league
opponents have been held to un-
der two goals a game, as the phe-
nomenal goaltending duo of Bill;
Hughes and Gordon McRae are
the league's leading netminders.
The strong blue line corps is an-
chored by Dick Sieradzki, one of,
the club's two seniors, and sopho-
more Doug Hinton, a fast and ag-j
gressive rear guard.
The Wolverines have countedi
heavily on ace goalie Jim Keough
in their big games and Keough
should get a sound testing to-
night. Both coaches have contin-
ually stressed that their squads
lack any superstars and must de-+

pend on hustle and a total team
effort.
The Wolverine offense has got-
ten a big lift from Lee Martilla,
who has put the light on 14 times
since he returned to the team.
In their victories over Minne-
sota, the *Wolverines used their
muscle to great advantage, and
sufficiently slowed down the
lightening-fast Gophers. Bill Lord,
Jerry Hartman, and the rest of
the Michigan musclemen are hop-
ing to do the same against the
Huskies.
A split would not put the Wol-
verines out of contention, but a
sweep would put them in the
driver's seat. First places have
been scarce in Ann Arbor this
year, but the icers finally have a
chance to find one.

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