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Page Six


Tuesday, February 27, 1968

Page Six EHE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, February 27, 1968

Colorado, Playoffs Next for Puckmen

Indiana Flavored in Big

Ten Swim


Sports Editor.
It happens every spring.
Whenever the end of the sea-
son rolls around, coaches begin
getting philosophical.
Yesterday, it was hockey men-
tor Al Renfrew's turn to reflect on
the past four months of puck ac-
"Basically, we won some and we
lost some. When we were winning,
we took advantage of the breaks
.. but when we let up once or
twice, it really cost us . .."
He was referring to the current
four-game losing streak which
(1) superceded a ten-game win-
ning splurge, and (2) shattered
all Wolverine hopes of a WCHA
Wear One Crown
Michigan is, however, the Big
Ten hockey champion for 1967-68.
Michigan State finished in sec-j
ond place, and Minnesota brought
'up the rear in the final standings.
"This is no longer a mythical
title, but is officially recognized
as a legitimate crown by the Big
Ten," Renfrew pointed out.
Nevertheless, there is still one
two-game series in the WCHA re-

maining, (at home this weekend
against Colorado College) and the
added attraction of a berth in the
league playoffs a week from to-
"The chances for a fourth place
finish, and therefore a good play-
off berth, are pretty slim," claims
Renfrew. "We need a sweep of the
two games against Colorado this
weekend, while Minnesota must
drop both games with Michigan
Tech at Houghton.
Home Ice at Stake
"Otherwise we'll end up in fifth
place, and will not have the ad-
vantage of home ice for any of
the tournament action."

By DOUG HELLER als of each day's events will start have to try to get the maximum
On last week's disastrous double Associate Sports Editor at 7:30 each night and will cost from each swimmer, while making
defeat at North Dakota which left a$1.00 for students and faculty sure that he gets an adequate
the Wolverines mired in fifth3."Indiana really ought to wins
plae it a9- mrk Rnfewit with Michigan taking second," and $1.50 general admission, amount of rest between events.
place with a 9-7 mark, RenfrewhBargain for Crowd Complicating the issue, will be
commetedsays Wolverine Coach Gus Sta-
commented: gers pre in th Gns the All prices are at a bargain base- the fact that no coach has to di-
"We could have won either of ement rate in order to attract at vulge his hand by announcing
those games if we had taken ad- Big Ten Swimming and Diving least a reasonable crowd since which swimmers will be in an
vantage of situations which de- Championships, Thursday, Friday the meet is being held over spring event until just before each race.
veloped in the final period. Fri- and Saturday at Matt Mann Pool, break. Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe
day night, Dakota's Bobby Tuff Michigan State will come Each team will be limited to 18 Just one example of what will
scored the winning goal on a closest to threatening us. along swimmers and divers who may be be going on in each coach's mind
breakaway. with Wisconsin and Ohio State" entered up to 44 times in various is Stager's placement of Juan
"But the only reason he got the continues the coach, races, with no swimmer compet- Bello. Bello has easily the best
score was that we had a man ad- Each day will see one-third' of ing more than five times includ- 200-yard freestyle in the nation
vantage and were pressing hard. the events raced. The prelimtnar- ing the three relays, or more than this year and will be entered -in
A pass bounced over our defense- ies start at 1:00 p.m. Thursday three times in individual events. 'that event. He. is also high-rank-
man's stick, Tuff picked it up, and Friday and 12:00 p.m. Sat- The limitations will be cause ing nationally in the 200-yard
and broke in on Jim Keough all urday with an admission charge for furious strategic maneuvers on individual medley and will go in
alone. of $.50. The consolations and fin- the part of the coaches, who will that race. In addition, he will get
No Luck another chance to swim the 200-
"Saturday night, we had a 366 points in detail yard freestyle as his part of the
power play opportunity with MEDLAY ELAY-1. (OS); 2. Boyle (MSU) 3. Ge- 800-yard freestyle relay.
een mtefandythnscore Indiana (Geiman, Dahlberg, Gi man (Ind); 5.,AlIen, R (M). Time- However, Bello is a far better
seve iue2lf n h than average sprinter as well as
3-2 in their favor, Randy Binnie more, Paxton); 2, Michigan; 3, 2:03.49. ta vrg pitra ela
skated in and fired a good shot Ohio State. Time-3:39.94 (meet rec- 500-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Gonzales being very proficient in the back-
ga r . (MSU); 2 Casey (M); 3. Gustavsen stroke, breastroke and butterfly.
on goal, but Nodak netminder 1000-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Ganzal- (Ind); 4. Allen, M. (M); 6. Wein- Thus, Stager could conceivably
Mike Curran made a great save es (MSU); 2. Casey (M); 3. Allen berg (M); s. Waszak (M). Time- plchi inte40mdyr-
to prevent a score." (M). Time-10:14.06 (meet record). 4:55A.0.) .place him in the 400-medley re-
Looking ahead to this week- 200-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Gustav- THREE-METER DIVING-1. Cow- lay and/or the 400-yard freestyle
sen (Id); 2. Zann, B. (M); 3. Boyle ard (MSU); 2, Rydze (M); 3. Car- relay, and/or in the 100 or 200-
end's games with Colorado, Ren- (MSU); 4. Weinberg (M). Time-- mine (Ind); 7. Gagnet (M); 9. yard breastrokes, backstrokes, and
frew stated that he planned "to 1:48.54 (meet record). Moore (M). Points)--;s296.3. butrl,);te.0yard ree-
play senior Harold Herman in the 50-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Zann, G. 200-YD. BREASTROKE--1 a- butterfly, or the 100-yard free-
nets Saturday night.. It will be (M); 2. Allen (MSU); 3. Barthold noney (M); 2. Gelman (Ind); style 18 Times
Harold's last game at Michigan, (Id); 5. Moore (M); 7. Bates (M); Dahlberg (Ind); 4. Bates (M); 5.
sold want him to play He's been 9. Percia (M); 11. Angel (M). Time- Hiller (M); 8. Salmar (M); Time And each coach will have to
so we wn hmt pa. esben x13 -:15.73 (meet record).woknthsfrecofhe1
a, good netminder for us." 200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY-1. 400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY-1. Work on this for each of the 18
Gilmore (Ind); 2. Rockefeller (MSU) Indiana (Barthold, Gustavsen, Gle swimmers he enters. He must
3. Jones (M); 5. Allen, R., (M); 6. man, Paxton); 2: Michigan; G( even decide whether he can get
SC RESHiller (M); 7, 0. Sulmar, MTime Michigan State. Time-3:15.00 (meet more points entering extra divers,
S2:CORES dmee record). record).

WCHA Standings

xDenver 14
xMichigan Tech 13
Minnesota 13
North Dakota 11
Michigan State 5
Colorado College 3
Duluth 3



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Ohio State 95, Illinois 75
Louisville 76, Memphis St. 52
Kentucky 89, Auburn 57
Houston 105, Hardin-Simmons 82
Oklahoma City 94, New Orleans
Loyola 83
Xavier, Ohio, 88, Marquette 83, Ovt.
Wichita St. 95, Chicago Loyola 92
New Mexico St. 78, West Texas
at. 77
Western Kentucky 76, Austin
Peay 67.

(MSU); 2. Rydze (M); 3. Paris
(MSU); 5. Gagnet (M); 7. Moore
(M). Points - 300.0.
200-YD. BUTTERFLY-1. Rocke-
feller (MSU); 2. Allen, M. (M); 3.
Waszak (M). Time-1:58.71 (meet
100-YD. FREESTYLE-,i. Alley
(MSU); 2. Zann, G. (M); 3. Bob
(M); 6. Peach (M). Time-:48.75.
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The World Professional Ten-
nis Championship, previously
scheduled for the Events Build-
ing March 8, and Cobo Hall in
Detroit March 9 and 10, has
been cancelled. The reason, ac-
cording to Michigan publicity
director Les* Etter, involved pro-
motional difficulties.
Campus racing enthusiasts
will get a first-handopportun-
ity to learn more about the
Michigan International Speed-
way track today, Feb. 27, when
the student chapter of the So-
ciety of Automotive Engineers
(SAE) presents a special open
meeting at 7:30 in the UGLI
multi-purpose room.
The featured speakers will be
Diana Carter, Canada's pre-
miere woman race driv er and
a director of information for
the Speedway, and CBC motor
sports news editor John Marsh.
A film, "The Fastest Indy,"
will be' shown following the
regular program.

sea Oill l ils swmmers,
while keeping within the 18-man
Scoring for the meet will be the
normal championship s y st e m
which gives points for the six
finalists and six consolation fin-
alists, ranging from 16 down to,
1 with all point awards doubled
for relay events.
As an example, Saturday's Big
Ten freshmen meet statistics arei
shown below with the first three
places in each event and all Mich-t
igan freshman who scored points
(finished twelfth or higher). It
should pretty much explain how
the Wolverine frosh managed to
rack up their winning 366 points.
NHL Standings I
East Divisionj

W L T Pts

Montreal 34
Chicago 28
New York 29
Boston 28
Toronto 24
Detroit 21
Philadelphia 26
Minnesota 23
Los Angeles 25;
St. Louis 21
Pittsburgh 21
Oakland 14;


16 9 77
16 14 70
19 11 69
22 10 66
25 9 57
28 10 52
24 9 61
26 11 57
28 656
26 11 53
28 10 52
34 12 40



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During a recent Michigan basketball game, several angry parti-
sans spewed out a stream of obscenities at a pair of conscientious
referees trying to do their job.
From my seat in the press row, I picked up the words quite
clearly. So did the microphone from the out-of-state radio station
whose announcer was seated next to me.
After the game was over, the announcer turned and said, "That
crowd was really bad tonight. I never expected this at Michigan."
Several weeks later, a Daily front-page story revealed the practice
of local merchants giving discounts to athletes in the 'M' Club. This
practice is illegal under Big Ten rules for athletes on scholarships.
The reaction to the story was immediate and definitive.
The Establishment was upset. You could tell so from its
One of these Voices, TV announcer Van Patrick in Detroit,
libeled, slandered . and otherwise categorically castigated the
reporters who bylined the article. All this on his 6:00 show.
Five hours later, he derived great pleasure in announcing the
nearly-tragic brick-throwing incidents which left gaping holes in
several Daily windows.
This sterling performance shattered my boyhood image of a jolly,
human Van Patrick; and left in its place an ugly, McLuhanistic
conglomeration of misshaped dots.
Two weeks later, a local merchant refused The Daily service
because of the discount stories.
And, all the while, the recruiting process went on.
Mr. Anyalum in Anytown, USA, was promising young Mr. Any-
jock something. And the bets were that that something was illegal.
Why, then, did it keep happening?
Just where on the scale of societal importance do sports
Personally, the cries -of "kill the ref" and "lynch the re-
porters" frighten me. And not just because I'm a reporter.
There's a much more fundamental question involved, and it
concerns the significance of winning and losing "games." I, for
one, don't know the answer.
The fact is, however, that the recruiting game goes on. The fact
is, also, that the double standard of drawing up, and then ignoring
meaningless rules and regulations goes on.
Nobody in college athletics is willing to face up to the question
of professionalism, even when it smacks them right in the face.
Coaches retire, newspapers sensationalize, investigators investigate,
committees punish; but nobody ever admits the obvious fact: college
sports has already become Big Business, and that college athletes
are rapidly becoming paid performers.
Until these facts of today's athletic scene are publicly admitted
and recognized, the present outworn system of cover-up rules and
rationalizations will reinforce a dishonest and illegitimate situation.
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