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Friday, March 8, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Friday;March 8, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'BiTen Bars Freshmen

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CHICAGO (RP) - The Big Ten
went on record yesterday as being
opposed to varsity competition by
freshmen athleties as permitted
by the NCAA in championship
competition exclusive of football
and basketball.
After a joint meeting of the
conference athletic directors and
faculty representatives Commis-
sioner Bill Reed said the Big Ten
reaffirmed its legislation barring
freshmen from any kind of var-
sity competition.

Reed said there was no formal
discussion at the session of the
recent charges by The Michigan
Daily that athletes at Michigan
and Michigan State, were receiv-
ing fringe benefits, including free
theatre passes and discounts at
retail stores.
"I'm not making any report at
this time, but I will talk over the
situation with the faculty repre-
sentatives Friday," Reed said.
Reed's assistant, Examiner John
Dewey has been carrying out an

BILL REED

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Pro-Standings
NHL
East Division

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Montreal 36 18 10 82 20
New York 33 19 Ii 77 19
ROston 33 22 10 76 22
Chicago 29 20 15 73 189
Toronto 26 27 9 61 16
Detroit 22 30 10 54 20
West Division
Philadelphia 26 28 10 62 14
xMinnesota 24 27 11 59 16
xLos Angeles !26 30 6 58 163
L. LOuis != 27 13 57 149
xPittsburgh 21 30 11 53 15
=Oakand 15 35 14 44 136
x-Late game not included
Last Night's Results
Boston 2, Philadelphia 1
Pittsburg at Minnesota, Inc.
Oaliand a Los Angeles, inc.
Today's Gamnes
No games sched uled
* * *

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5
9
89
7
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9
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63
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GA
139
158
188
182
146
209
156
196
198
160
185
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SPORTS TIDBITS:
Soviets Hint of Boycott
0 MOSCOW P) -- The president of the Soviet Olympic
Committee - with the implied threat of a boycott - has
sent a demand to Avery Brundage that the International
Olympic Committee reverse its earlier decision readmitting
South Africa to the Olympic Games.
Similar demands were dispatched to other members of
the IOC by Konstantin Andrianov, the Soviet news agency
Tass reported yesterday.
The Soviet Olympic Committee adopted a resolution,
saying:
"If the International Olympic Committee refuses to con-
vene an emergency. session and insists on its decision about
South Africa, the USSR Olympic Committee will be impelled
to reconsider the question of participation of Soviet sportsmen
in the Summer Olympics in 1968.",
Thirty-two African nations and some ten others already
have announced they will refuse to send athletes to the
Mexico City Games Oct. 12-27 if last month's IOC decision
readmitting South Africa is permitted to stand,
" HOUSTON (P) - The top ranked University of Hous-
ton basketball team has lost the services of its statting guard
in the upcoming NCAA playoffs. George Reynolds was de-
clared ineligible Wednesday for post-season games.
Reynolds' problem stems from the number of hours ac-
cepted by Houston when the 6-4 playmaker transferred last
fall from Imperial Valley Junior College. The school accepted
less than the 48 required and this is the reason he will be
ineligible.
"Although there was no question about his eligibility for
regular season play the number of semester hours accepted
when he transferred will not permit him to play in the
national tournament," the school announcement stated.

investigation at the two schools
for the past 3% weeks.
Reed pointed out that the NCAA
at its last annual meeting voted
that freshmen could compete in
NCAA national championships.
This opened the door for fresh-
ment competition on varsity teams
in such sports as track baseball,
wrestling, swimming and other
sports exclusive of football and
basketball.
Some conferences, Reed said,
have already approved freshmen
competition in the minor sports
and others plan to do so a year
from now.
"We will work with other op-
ponents of the NCAA frosh rule to
seek its appeal at the 1969 NCAA
meeting," Reed said.
The joint director and factulty
representative group also went on
record in opposition to any na-
tional championship football play-
off, which has been recommended
by some coaches, including Duffy
Daugherty of Michigan State.
Other action taken at the meet-
ing included:
Approval of an August 30 start
of football practice in compliance
with a new NCAA rule.
Final approval of a one-year
extension of freshman intercol-
legiate competition through the
1968-1969 school year. For the
past two years the conference
experimented with such a pro-
gram, including two football
games and three basketball games
on an intercollegiate basis.

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NBA
Eastern Division
- Be-
L Pet. hind
Philadelphia 55 18 .750 -
:Boston 50 24 .685- 5
New York 38 37 .507 18
Cincinnati 35 40 .473 21
Detroit' 34 40 .459 211Y2
Baltimore 33 41 .446 22x/~
* Western Division
XSt. Louis s 53 24 .688 -
xLos Angeles 44 28 .611 6/
San Francisco 42 33 .560 10
Chicago 25 48 .333 26
xSeattlie 20 51 .282 30
sSan Diego 15 60 .200 37
x--Late game not included
Last Night's Results
Chicago 118, Boston 112
4 Los Angeles at San Diego, inc.
Philadelphia 125, Cincinnati 117
St. Louis vs. Seattle at Portland,
Ore.,, nc.
Today's Games
Detroit at Cincinnati
Boston at Philadelphia
San Diego at Los Angeles
Baltimore vs. Seattle at Olympia,
Wash.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
ACC PLAYOFFS
Nor Carolina 83, Wake Forest 70
-Duke 43, Clemson 40
North Carolina State 63, Maryland
South Carolina 101, Virginia 73

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