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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wolverines Host McGill
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By MIKE GILLMAN

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Michigan's cagers will be out able to play. Other than that we're
to keep their home record clean not in bad shape. Although
tonight when they meet Butler at (George) Lee and (Terry) Miller
8:00 in lost Fieldhouse. all have their legs taped, theyj
The Wolverines, who stopped should be all right. And (John)
Pittsburgh 75-55 in their season Tidwell's hand (hurt against Ten-
opener here, will be meeting an nessee) is completely healed now."
old rival. This is the seventh year Perigo plans to start the same
that Bill Perigo has been head quintet that has played regularly
coach of the Maize and Blue, and so far this year, M. C. Burton,
is the seventh time the two teams Gordie Rogers, Lee, Miller and
have met in a home-and-home Tidwell. With this starting lineup
series. the Wolverines have a slight ad-
Butler Ahead vantage in height.
Butler holds the edge, having Rogers Tallest
beaten Michigan three times on Forward Ken Pennington and
the Indiana team's home court center Johnny Jones, each at 64",
and once here in Ann Arbor for* are the tallest that Butler will be
a four-two margin in games. able to throw at Michigan. The
Perigo's boys have a good chance Wolverine's Rogers 6'6", for the
to take this one and avenge last first time this year, will be the
year's loss, at least on the basis tallest man on the court.
of season records. Michigan stands
at two wins and a loss. The Butler
squad, on the other hand, has lost
all three of its contests -thus far.
But Coach Perigotexpects his
cagers to run into "trouble, lots
of trouble." He reports that the
Butler team is young and inex-
perienced (it has lost four of last
year's starters through gradua-
tion), but will do better with aF
few games under its belt.
The coach said, "Although
they've lost their three games, *
they have played good ball against
three top-notch teams, Illinois,
Michigan State, and Wabash, and,
are a good working ball club."
In Good Condition
The Wolverines will be close to
top condition for tonight's game.
The only player who won't see ac-
tion is second string guard, Rich
Robins.
Perigo reports that "Robins is GORDIE ROGERS
out on crutches with a bad ankle ... tallest player

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BACK IN THE LINEUP-Steve Bochen, right wing for Michigan's
hockey team, returns to the ice tonight after being sidelined by a
broken wrist. The Wolverines entertain McGill at the Coliseum.
Game time is 8 p.m.

START TOUGH DUAL MEET SLATE:
Michigan Wrestlers Travel to Cornell

By BUZ STEINBERG
Michigan's hockey team meets
a young squad from McGill Uni-
versity in its home opener at 8
p.m. in the Coliseum,
Admission is $.60 for students
and $1.00 for the general public.
Both Lose to Toronto
McGill's inexperienced team has'
played only one game this season
-an 11-3 loss to the powerful Uni-
versity of Toronto. Michigan, too,
lost to Toronto, 7-2.
The youthful Canadian squad
will be battling a scarred Michi-
gan team. Returning to the ice
tonight for Michigan will be Steve
Bochen, who is still recuperating
from a broken wrist, and Pat

Cushing, who will be after the
puck for the first time sinice he
received a shoulder separation in
the Toronto game.
Don Gourley, also back in shape
after a shoulder injury, will be
ready for action. Only Jay Katz,
who is still out with an ir Iurted
ankle, will not dress for the game.
White at Center
Starting at center'will be Bob
White, one of the classiest players
on the team. At defense will be
Barrie Hayton and Bobbie Watt.
Cushing will see action at left
wing, while sophomore Dale Ma'-
Donald will be at right wing.
Bochen, still playing with a lght
cast on his wrist, will alternate
with Courley at right wing on the
second line with John Hutton at
center and Gary Mattson at left
wing. Guarding the home net will
be Jim Coyle, a promising sopho-
more,
Ross Childs, switched from goal-
tender to forward because of the
recent multitude of injuries, should
see plenty 'of action.
Not All Healed
Coach Al Renfrew, who has
been nursing his tender team, ad-
mits that all the aches and pains
have not completely healed.
"We're just getting back into
shape. Most of the kids that have
been injured have just returned.
Jim Coyle is coming along well
behind the nets, so Childs will
probably be at forward the rest of
the year," bewailed Renfrew.
He concluded, "We'll have to
stay healthy if we're going to do
anything at all. That'll be the key
to our success."

By DAVE PORLOD
Michigan's wrestling team be-
gins one of the toughest dual meet
schedules in its colorful history to-
night as it takes on Cornell before
a capacity crowd of 4,500 wres-
tling-hungry fans in Ithaca, N.Y.
The Big Red, coached by Jim
Miller and boasting two returning
Eastern champions in Dave Dun-
lop and Dave Auble, are picked by
many as the best mat squad in
the country.
Loaded with Vets
In addition to Auble, who has
chances of going down in the
record books as Cornell's greatest
grappler, Cornell is packed with
veterans including George Willis
and Steve Friedman, who at pres-
ent is unbeaten in dual meet com-
petition.

Michigan in comparison has
only three returning lettermen:
senior captain Larry Murray, and
juniors Mike Hoyles and Fred Olm.
The balance of the Wolverine;
squad is made up of sophomores
untried as yet in varsity competi-
tion, who, according to mat coach
Cliff Keen, "are green, but ready
to fight."
The Wolverines' success this
weekend will )also be dependent on
how well the injury-plagued wres-
tlers have healed. This winter's
injuries have run all the way from
Murray's tender knee cartilage to
Jim Agnew's battered rib cage.
In addition to Murray, who will
wrestle in the 130-lb. weight divi-

sion, Keen plans on starting Hoyles
against Auble in the 123-lb. class,
Agnew at 137 pounds, Jim Blaker
at 147, and Don Corriere at 157.
Fronezak Also Starts
Also starting for Michigan will
be Dick Fronczak, who will en-
counter probably the best man he
will face during his college career
in the person of Friedman.
Rounding out the Michigan ag-
gregation will be Dennis Fitz-
gerald starting at 177 and Olm at
the unlimited heavyweight divi-
sion.
Tomorrow the Wolverines travel
to New Brunswick, N.J., to tangle
with Rutgers, rated behind only
Cornell and Lehigh in the East.

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fBy BILL ZOLLA
a test for the freshman swimmers
Saturday's Michigan Swim Gala who will compete against the 'M'
at the Varsity Swimming Pool will varsity and top aquatic perform-
feature a large amount of serious Iers from other schools. The Junior
swimming races in addition to the National Diving Championship
clowning and horseplay that high- and a special closed diving event
light the day. will also be held.
Seven events will be run off as Leading the freshman hopefuls

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will be Fred Wolfe from New Trier
High in Winnetka, Ill. who will
swim in the 100-yd. backstroke,
100 - yard freestyle, and 440 - yd.
freestyle.
Other top newcomers are Terry
Slonaker, who will have plenty of
first rate competition in the 100-,
yd. butterfly, Jim Kerr, former
Wisconsin state schoolboy cham-
pion, who will participate in the
50-yd. freestyle and Tom Bucy,
who should add points in the 440-
yd. freestyle.
100-yd. Freestyle
In the 100-yd. freestyle event,
Wolfe will meet Frank Legacki,
Pete Fries, Woolley and former
NCAA and Big Ten title-holder,
Dick Hanley. The 440-yd. freestyle
will feature the favored Hanley,
Fries, John Urbanczok, and Bucy
and Wolfe.
Captain Cy Hopkins and sopho-
more Ron Clark are expected to
put on a great duel in the 100-yd.
breaststroke. NCAA victor Tony
Tashnick and Dave Galanders are
expected to keep Slonaker from
finishing higher than third in the
100-yd. butterfly. Hopkins, Tash-
nick and Woolley should put on a
tight, match in the 200-yd. in-
dividual medley.
Junior Diving
The Junior National Diving Con-
test, open to any diver who has
not won a major crown, will have
Bob Webster, Tom Francis, Ernie
Meissner, Ron Jaco and Ed Cole
from Michigan, and divers from
Iowa, Ohio State and Detroit com-
peting.,

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