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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Matmen

Down

Rutgers, 17;-I;

Ieers

Triumph,

8-

Wrestlers Overcome 11-9
Fitzgerald, Olm, Corrier

Special to the Daly
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. - Re-
bounding from Friday's loss to
Cornell. Michigan's wrestling team
came from behind and defeated
a good Rutgers squad, 17-11, here
last night.

giving one of the best efforts of
his career in downing Jim Sierk,
11-4.
But the glory was not all Fitz-
gerald and Olm's. Sophomore Don
Corriere, wrestling at 157 pounds,

Trailing at the end of six won his second impressive decision
matches, 11-9, Michigan -- in the in two nights, defeating junior Ed
persons of 177-pounder Dennis Hawthorne, 10-4. Corriere won a!
Fitzgerald and heavyweight Fred 12-2 decision Friday night at Cor-
Olm - won the last two bouts, 'nell.
one on a pin, the other on a de- Last night's bout was tied at the
cision, for eight team points and end of one period, 4-4, but then
the 17-11 verdict.
Wins on Fall IJt Statistics
Sophomore Fitzgerald, wrestling 123--Hoyles (M) defeated Fowler, 7-1
junior Jim Feuss, climaxed an im- I 130-Leich (R) defeated Murray, 8-4
pressive performance by pinning 137-Grifa (R) pinned Agnew. 2:24
his opponent in the second period. 157-corriere (M) defeated Haw-
Fitzgerald was leading, 8-2, on thorne, 1y-4
points at the time. 167-Crosby (R) defeated Fronczak,
This gave Michigan a 14-11 177--Fitzgerald (M) pinned Feuss, 5:30
lead, and Olm made it secure by Hwt.-olm (M) defeated Sierk, 11-4

Deficit;
e Spark Win'
Corriere went to work, nearly pin-
ning Hawthorne at match's end.
Mike Hoyles gave a solid, work-
manlike effort-as he hung up a
7-1 decision on Norm Fowler in
the 123-lb. match. Jim Blaker also
performed well in disposing of E
Wayne Knoll, 5-2, in a battle of
147-lb. sophs.
Rutgers won three matches, one
on a fall. Sophomore Fred Leich-
one of the better men on a team
which Michigan assistant coach
Steve Cole thinks should become
the third best in the East this year
-defeated Michigan captain Lar-
ry Murray, 8-4.
Bothered by Knee
It was apparent during the{
match that Murray's right knee--
which is still healing from a Sep-
tember operation - was bothering
him again.
Junior 137-pounder Tom Grif a,
Rutgers' best man, clamped an
early takedown on Jim Agnew and
pinned the Wolverine at 2:24.
Senior Sam Crosby, who was quar-
terback on Rutgers' once-beaten
football team, soundly beat Dick,
Fronczak, 12-3.
Last night's lineup was the same
employed by Coach Cliff Keen in
Friday's 18-12 loss at Cornell. The
team is flying back and will ar-
rive in Ann Arbor about 1 p.m.
today.
Scoresa
COLLEGE BASKETBALL 1

Mattson Scores Twice
As'M' Crushes McGill
(Continued from Page 1)
skating and passin gwere notice-
Hutton at center. He in turn fed ably improved,
off to Mattson, whose shot beat Michigan's sharp passing and
Herron from close in on the left overall team speed were evident.
side. As was the case on the rest Throughout pin-point passing was
of the Michigan goals. Herron was responsible for six of the eight
helpless to do anthing. goal total, which would have been
helpess o doanytinghighr, ave for thie exceptional
Mattson Scores Again play of Herron, bad shooting luck,
Mattson's second goal came and lapses of carelessness.
seven minutes later after he and
Hutton traded passes in front cf Michigan Coach Al Renfrew
the goal before he put the puck said that he was pleased with the
in the left corner of the cage with team's performance over the
an angle shot from the right. I weekend. We re getting there.
Five minutes later Hutton de- Our pass rndis getting sharper
flected Ralph Horner's blue-line butwe i rounding into shap
slap shot past Herron to increase bt do," he concluded.
the margin to 5-1 and 47 seconds The Wolverines have two days
later Steve Bohen took a pic- off before they tackle the Detroit
ture pass from Mattson and beat Red Wings in their annual exhi-
e icbefuddle iterron and virtual- bition contest. The Red Wing
c ice t etry.st Scorgame will be the only time Mich-
McGill Gets Last Score igan's talented freshmen will see
Near the end. of the second(action.

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.. .another impressive win

THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY presents
NATHAN MILSTEIN

-Daily-Peter Anderson
ONE THAT MISSED-Michigan forward Bob White takes a shot
in the second period of last night's game with McGill here. Goalie
Alex Herron stopped this one ,but allowed others to get past him
in Michigan's 8-2 victory.

-t.idwel Lee, Burton Take
Turns in Having Big Nights
By FREED KATZ
Burton relegated to the way-
A hero a day keeps the losses side the following records: 1)
away.
That could well be the theme of Michigan's all-time individual
Michigan's basketball team this scoring mark; 2) most points
_ -w___..score ..oya AX;,tciga ,r' ~n iytr i

period, with Hutton off the ice
for hooking, Bruce Hutchison,
scored McGill's second and last
-oal by tapping in a rebound.
The third period was more anti-
climatic than anything else. Both
teams were noticeably tired after
two nights' play and skating was
at the slowest pace in the entire
series.
The Wolverines managed to add
1 two more goals to their total in
the period. One came when Bob-
bie Watt, skating in from center
ice, let go with a shot from the
blue line which cleanly beat the
partially screened Herron; and
the other on White's 10-footer
following MacDonald's set-up
pass from the right corner.
Speed, Power Win
Once again last night it was a
case of just too much Michigan
speed and power for the inexper-
ienced invaders. After a three-
week layoff, McGill was obvious-
ly rusty before Friday night's
game. Last night, however, their

MICHIGAN McGILL
Coyle G Herron
Watt D ichars
Hayton Dingle
Hutton C Hutchison
Bochen 1W Grant
Mattson L1W Irvin
Spares: Michigan: Wilson, Childs,
Horner, Cushing, White, MacDonald.
McGill: Gilfillian, Saunders, Peters,
Baziw, Molson, VanPlew, Killen, Poir-
ier, Ebert;.
First Period: Scoring: Michigan,
Cushing (White, MacDonald) 6:13;
MacDonald (White) 6:53; McGill,
Dingle (Grant) 0:27. Penalties. Mich-
igan, Bochen (illegal body checking)
1:50; Hutton (hooking) 17:04.
Second Period: Scoring: Michigan,
Mattson (Watt, Hutton) 0:49; Matt-
soar (hutton) 7:37; Hutton (Hiorner,
Watt) 12.::38; Bochen (Hayton, Matt-
son 13:25; McGill, Hutchison (Irving,
Grant) 17:29. Penalties: Miehigan
White (charging) 16:19; Hayton (el-
bowing) 17:48.
Third Period: Scoring: Michigan,
Watt (unassisted) 1:46; White (Mac-
Donald, Hayton) 14:36. Penalties:
Michigan, Hayton (elobowing) 4:54;
McGill, Baziw (slashing) 17:38.
Saves 1 2 3 T
Coyle (Michigan) 11 7 5 23
Herron (McGill) it 11 10 32

Iowa 75, Texas Tech 73
Kentucky 76, St. Louis 57
Georgia 76, South Carolina 72
Illinois 85. College of Pacific 67
Pitt 71, Duquesne 56
Clemson 66, Miami (Fla.) 61
Wisconsin 56, Notre Dame 54
Minnesota 78, Nebraska 57
Xavier (0) 80, U. of Detroit 58
Cincinnati 106, Marshall 86
Indiana 87, Missouri 72
Virginia 75, West Virginia 72
Purdue 83, Evansville 82
NHL
Detroit 2, Montreal 2 (tie)
Toronto 4, New York 4 (tie)
Boston 4, Chicago 2
NBA
Syracuse 115, Philadelphia 100
St. Louis 108, New York 94
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year.
It was M. C. Burton's turn to
take the spotlight Friday night
as he poured in 38 points that
smashed four records en route to+
the Wolverines' 86-70 conquest of,
Butler.
Tidwell, Then Lee
The victory was Michigan's
third of the season and in each
one a different player has
emerged as the big man.j
In the season's opener againstC
Pittsburgh, sophomore John Tid- I
well, playing in his first collegeI
game, scored 22 to lead the Wol-
verines in their 75-55 win over
the Panthers.E
George Lee took command dur-
ing both games of the Midwestern
Invitational Tournament last
week. The burly forward hit for
23 points against Tennessee
(Michigan's only loss thus far)
and 20 more against host Kent
State to give Michigan the third
place trophy.
First Good Game
And Burton has now become j

scored by a Michigan player in
Yost Fieldhouse: 3) Michigan rec-
ord for most field goals in one
game; and 4) Fieldhouse mark for
most field goals.

Offense Changed
Coach Bill Perigo, who sent his
club onto the floor in the second
half with a different type of of-
fense than had been previously
employed, denied that it was used
to help Burton specifically.
But he admitted that the Wol-
verines attempted to feed Burton
more than usual late in the game
when it was apparent that the 6'5"
star was on his way to rewriting
the record books.
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Extra Sports Features
For further sports features on Michigan's winter athletic
teams see pages 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 of Christanas Supplement in this
issue.

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IN RECITAL

Monday, January 5 at 8:30 P.M.
in HILL AUDITORIUM

Reject Proposed Recruiting Change

By The Associated Press
CHICAGO - Big Ten faculty

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the third Wolverine to hit 22 or Irepresentatives yesterday rejected
more points in a single contest |a proposal by Iowa that the need
this season. factor be eliminated in the Con-
The rangy senior co-captain ference's recruiting policy.
more than compensated for rath- Financial aid to athletes is
er dismal showings in his first based on need, which is deter-
three games, during which he mined by financial statements of

sert they are beig out-recruited
by non-Conference institutions
because of the need rule.
A majority vote was needed to
carry Iowa's proposal. The vote
rejecting it was not announced.
In addition to Iowa, however, at
least two other schools were

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need factor - Northwestern and
Minnesota.
Other schools were on the line
-voting against the proposal
mainly because the aid rule needs
more time to prove or disprove
its workability. It now is in its
second year of enforcement.
In action Friday, Conference
faculty representatives permitted
Big Ten basketball teams hence-
forth play a 24-game season--two
more than currently allowed.
The expanded schedule will per-
mit Big Ten competition in the
growing number of Christmas hol-
iday tourneys.
The 24-game schedule will be-
come effective next Year, but it
will not be mandatory, The Big
Ten plays a regular Conference
schedule of 14 games.
Big Ten athletic directors ap-
proved a new setup for Confer-
ence baseball play, When' two
teams play a string of three con-
secutive games, including a Friday
single game and a Saturday
doubleheader and the Friday game
is rained out, a triple-header may
be played Saturday.
The directors, however, reject-
ed a proposal by the baseball
coaches that a Conference cham-
pion should not be recognized un-
less the team plays a minimum of
seven conference games. The Big
Ten baseball schedule calls for
15 league games.
LSU Coach
Wins Honors
DES MOINES M)-Coach Paul
F. Dietzel of Louisiana State's un-
beaten national champions today
was named Coach of the Year by
the Football Writers Assn. of
America.
Nearest him was Ben Martin,
coach of the Air Force Academy
team, which finished undefeated
and won a place in the Cotton
Bowl.
Junior Year
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