THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1"5
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Yost: The Queen of State Street "WATERLOOWEEKEND:
By CLARK NORTON and it's an old building; we won't ord straight, those features are
be sorry to move." part of the history.
Nw rtha the basketball seasoChanging Times The deficiencies are more not-
has arrived, a classic U. of M. Aw, c'mon you guys. It can't be able. The bleachers, where they
joke may be revised to read: "Nine all that bad. After all, Window have aisles at all, have aisles
out of 10 college field houses are A will tell you (if you can find it) leading not to exits but to dead
beautiful; the tenth is at Michi- that when Yost Field House was ends. The scoreboard looks like'
gan." unveiled on November 10, 1923, by it was bought from a class D'
The tenth in this case is, as the legendary Michigan football Alabama high school. There are
*every Wolverine basketball fan coach and athletic director, Field- seats that extend way beyond the
knows, venerable Yost Field House. ing H. Yost, it was considered the basketball court, where the fans
It seems everyone has an opin- largest and most magnificent find themselves privileged to min-
ion about this Michigan landmark. arena of its kind in the country. gle with the pigeons, even if they
Most are not exactly complimen- Nothing like it had existed be- have forgotten the opera glasses
tary. From a student who lives fore, and coaches came from all and periscopes necessary to see
on State Street across from Yost: over the country to see it. In fact, around the many beams.
"At least it looks better from the it was used as a model for many Not All Bad
outside than the inside, but that's other college field houses. Still, Yost does have its good
not saying much." But let's face it folks, Sugar points, too. If you're a track fan.
From Elmo Morales, Wolverine Ray isn't what he used to be come down to Yost after a Satur-
trackster: "Conditions are bad for either. Satchel Paige is still go- day basketball game sometime and
track; the field house is too crowd- ing, but then Charlie Finley would watch the maintenance crew par-
ed with the basketball court in play all his ball games at Ferry ticipate in what threatens to be-
the middle, and the track is not Field if he could get a good price. come a new varsity event-clear-
banked and is too close to the Right now Yost is in such shape ing the temporary bleachers out
bleachers." it could win the comeback of the of the track and field area be-
From Tennessee head basketball year award for basketball sta- fore the meet that is scheduled to
Coach Ray Mears: "The field diums two years in a row. take place soon after. If the crew
house itself doesn't bother me as What Price Tradition? is too slow, it might be necessary
much as the basketball team that A quick glance around Yost re- to replace broad jumping with
plays there. One of the nets is veals both its long history and its bleacher jumping in the night's
too loose, however." present deficiencies. There are events.
From Wolverine basketball men-
and reverberations, rivaled only by
the fan's yelps if he makes the
mistake of sitting where the boards
The actual seating capacity has
been listed as so many different
figures that one might think Ford
Frick was counting the seats. At
one time 9500 was the accepted
figure; at another 8800 was list-
ed for all capacity crowds; but
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Green Bay 9 3 0 .750 250 173
Chicago 8 4 0 .667 331 231
San Francisco 7 5 0 .583 377 317
Detroit 5 6 1 .455 215 238
Minnesota 5 7 0 .417 330 379
Los Angeles 3 9 0 .250 210 301
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New York 6 6 0 .500 223 290
St. Louis 5 7 0 .417 259 255
Washington 5 7 0 .417 212 260
Dallas 5 7 0 .417 260 247
Philadelphia 4 8 0 .333 288 321
Pittsburgh 2 10 0 .167 175 315
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Win in Rout'
Special To The Daily
KENT, Ohio-Even the "weak-k
er sex" gets into the sports ac
at Michigan. The women's swim-
!ming team splashed to an easy
fourthtconsecutive victory in the
fourth annual Women's Intercol-
legiate Swim Meet here over the
The Wolverine gals overwhelm-
ed a field of 150 swimmers from 161
different schools, amassing 120'
points to 65 for runnerup Kent'
State. Out of 16 events, Michigan,
picked up six firsts, five seconds
and five thirds.
Ginny Duenkel, a member of :
the U.S. Olympic team that com-
peted in Tokyo, led the Wolverine ,
performance with victories in the
100-yard backstroke and the 200-i
yard freestyle events. The diving
trio of Micki King, Jacqui Linder|
and Nancy Peoples captured the
first three places in the diving
finals, and the relay teams in the
100-yard freestyle, 200-yard free-
style and 200-yard medley finish-'
ed in front to round out the first-
place honors for Michigan.
Six new meet records were es-1
tablished in the meet, including
two by the Wolverine relay teams.
Michigan's team was sponsored
by faculty member Miss Joan Phil-
now 7500 seems to be favored. Friday night, the Wolverines1
Perhaps our affluent society has came roaring out like lions and
added enough corpulence to Uni- overpowered the visitors from the
versity students to make this dif- north, 9-4. With that exhibition,
ference, but it seems unlikely. they showed the promise of a very
Who Knows? interesting and rewarding season.
The biggest problem in determ- Then, Saturday night brought dis-1
ining the seating capacity is that illusionment when the Blue com-]
the seats aren't numbered and no mitted numerous errors in their;
one feels like sitting behind a second loss of the season against
beam. So, including the players, two victories.
coaches, fans, pigeons, and an. Motor City Three1
occasional bat, the seating capa- Friday, the 'Kid' line, led by
city seems to be-well, ask Win- sophomore center Bruce Koviak
dow A. with the Brothers Martilla at the
However, Yost is to be replaced wings, put on a formidable exhi-
about January, 1967, by the new bition for our friends from the
University Events Building, which north. This all-Detroit line ac-1
will be able to seat up to 15,000 counted for four of the nine Mich-
for basketball. Track, wrestling, igan goals. When asked about the
and winter football and baseball newly created threesome, Coach
practice will remain in Yost. Al Renfrew agreed, "There is no:
Ask the Expert question about it. They were thej
While fans are anxious to get best line over the weekend."
into the comfortable new building, Other stars in the series which'
many are also concerned with the saw Waterloo come back from a
effect leaving Yost will have on humiliating defeatFriday night to
thetheperormnceof he as-beat the Blue Saturday include "
tee tperformane ofithe bas Bob' Ferguson, who netted two
ketball team itself. During the BbFruowonte w
Tennessee game, a student was goals and one assist. His score Sat-
Ter s e s a "Itstu aent gwasurday was the only .one that the '
overheard to say: It's amazing Wolverines could muster in the
Michigan has been able to draw 2-1 loss. Barry MacDonald also
so many good players with this tallied two counters and came up
kind of field house." To find assists. He leads the 'M'
Yost's effect on recruiting and the in total scoring with six points in
overall performance of the team, four games.
ask Dave Strack. Not in the Net
The main difference between
W Istie, Anyone? the game Michigan played Friday
An organizational meeting and the one Saturday seems to be
for IM basketball referees ill getting the puck into the net.
.trSaturday, Michigan had 31 shots
be held Wednesday night at 7 on net, but only one marker. Ren-a
in the Intramural Building. frew commented, "We had so
Anyone interested in officiating many chances. Our boys just
during the IM season is nvit- couldn't put the puck in the net.
ed to attend. All officials will We couldn't get the rebounds.
receive $1.50 a game. Also, the puck wouldn't go in
when we had the open net."
"I don't believe that Yost Field When asked about the power
House has had any effect on our play which netted two markers
recruiting," Strack reveals. "We over the weekend, Renfrew said
itry to sell the University itself to that he would continue to alter-
the players. No, I don't believe nate it between two lines. He ex-
that Yost has hurt us along that plained that it would take too
line." What about the new arena? much wear and tear out of the
"Well, of course I have a senti- boys if only one line assumed all
mental attachment for Yost Field the duties.
House, but it is an old builing. High Potency
The best effect of the new build- On the whole, the offense and
ing will be its better facilities defense looked very good this
Michigan is the finest university weekend albeit sporadically. To
in the country and should have counteract the potent Michigan
the best basketball arena." offense. Waterloo resorted to icing
Renfrew hopes from these per-
formances to get a better indi-
cation of whom is to be his No. 1
From McMaster, the Wolverines
move on to Denver and their first
look at a conference opponent.
Who's Got the Goalie?
Renfrew cites Michigan Tech
and Denver as the two WCHA
powerhouses. "It should be a great
league. We have a good hustling
bunch of guys and any team can
beat any other any given night."
He reiterated that Michigan's
place in the final WCHA stand-
ings will depend mainly on the
Denver finished low in the
standings last year but Renfrew
said that they play much better
than their record would indicate.
Renfrew then pointed out that the
present Denver team beat the St.
Paul All-Stars, 6-1. The All-Stars
are not just a pickup team. They
consist of former collegiate and
pro hockey players.
Where to Now?
From the results of last week-
end, it looks as if Michigan hockey
fans are in for a very interesting
season. The icers have the nucleus
of a very fine hockey team. They
have a good offense which is illu-
strated by their outshooting the
opposition almost two to one.
They have some fine newcomers
in Koviak and the younger Mar-
tilla. The leading veterans are
captain Mel Wakabayashi, Mac-
Donald, and Ferguson.
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a service charge at all other times.
Plan toattend the Health Service be-
tween Jan. 3 and 5. Further informa-
tion can be obtained in Rm. 1431 UES.
Navy College Aptitude Test: Candi-
dates taking the Navy College Aptitude
Testt Sat., Dec. 11, are requested to re-
port to Trueblood Aud, in the Frieze
Bldg. at 8:30 a.m. Saturday.
Faculty Senate Meeting: Please note
a special meeting of the Faculty Senate
On Thurs., Dec. -9, 4:15 p.m., in the
Rackham Amphitheatre for the purpose
of a report from President Hatcher,
Dean Charles Joiner, Wiley Critz and
Vice-President Michael Radock on the
Sesquicentennial Celebration and the
$55 Million Program. Prof. James Mor-
gan presides. The meeting is sponsored
by Prof. Lavid Stewart's SACUA sub-
committee on public ielations.
The Student Automobile Regulations
will be lifted for the Winter Term from
5 p.m., Dec. 8, until 8 a.m., Jan. 5.
Grades-Fall 195: Instructor lists
have been sent to departments for
submission of fall grade reports. It is
anticipated all "grade reports will be
submitted to the Departmental offices
or the Registrars' Office within 72
hours of the final examination. The
Registrars' Office will provide grade
pick-up on the centralrcampus on
December 13-17 and 20-23. Grades may
also be submitted directly to the of-
fice during regular hours at Window
A, Administration Bldg. Questions per-
taining to grade reports may be di-
rected to 764-6292.
The following are the foreign visi-
tors programmed through the Interna-
tional Center who will be 'on campus
this week on the dates indicated. Pro-
gram arrangements are being made by
Mrs. Clifford R. Miller, International
Leif Sunde, executive director, Unit-
ed States Educational Foundation in
Norway, Oslo, Norway, Dec. 5-7.
Dr. Viranuvatti Vikul, director, School
of Medical Technology, Siriraj Hospi-
tal, Bangkok, Thailand, Dec. 3-12.
Mohammed El Fasi, rector of Moroc-
can Universities, - and chairman, UN-
ESCO Executive Board, Rabat, Morocco.
Accompanied by John H. Buckwalter,
III. Dec. 6-7.
Jakov Siroutkovic, professor, econom-
ics faculty, Zagreb University, Zagreb,
Yugoslavia, Dec. 7-8.
Jesus Alberto Fernandez Jimenez,
director of administration and pro-
fessor of economic theory, University
of the Andes, Merida, Venezuela, Dec.
Oswaldo Gonzalez Rivero, planning
researcher, Division of Planning and
Economic Development, University of
Carabobo, Valencia, Venezuela, Dec. 9.
Oscar Rojas Boccalandro, vice rector,
University o fthe East, Cumana, Vene-
zuela, Dec. 13-17.
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Will there be any adverse ef-
fects from moving? "Well, the bet-
ter the acoustics are in a stadium
the worse it is for the home team,",
Strack emphasized. "The close
seats and bad acoustics in Yost
help magnify the crowd noise and
enthusiasm, and these in turn help
the team's performance." "But,"
the coach concludes, "I don't see
this as being a detriment to mov-
ing to the new stadium. All in all,
we are not sorry to move."
on numerous occasions. The proof
of the superb defense were they
number of opposition shots on the
Blue's goal. Waterloo had only
30 shots to Michigan 81.
The biggest question still re-
maining before the hockey team is
that of a starting goalie. Coach
Renfrew did not seem particularly
pleased with the performance of
either of the goalies this weekend.
He plans to use both Harold Her-
man and Greg Page this weekend
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