FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1966
I' HE MICHIGAN DAILY
1~iflDAY. FERRIJARY 4. 1966 THE MIChIGAN DAlI A PAGE SEVEN
Upfor Crucial Ice Series
In my four years in Ann Arbor I've made some memorable
acquaintances, professors, kooks, rascals, jackals. But one of the
most pleasant and articulate is a mousy furred squirrel named Nutsy b
who habituates one of the fat oaks near the Diag.M
We were conversing the other day when he told me he wanted toi
be interviewed and written up in The Daily. I replied that few peoplei
really care about what a squirrel thinks. "And who cares aboute
what Barry Bluestone, Gary Cunningham, or Lloyd Graff thinkf
for-that matter," he retorted. Perceptive animal.d
Nutsy made one stipulation about the article. "Put it on tape
and then write it down verbatim. I don't want to be miscontrued."
"You mean like they do it in U.S. News and World Report," I
"I mean like Playboy does it," answered Nutsy emphatically. f
Q. Mr. Squirrel, there's been an almost endless series of
articles recently on student activism, college rebellion, adolescent t
idealism, and stuff like that. In your opinion are college students t
substantially different than they were five, ten, or fifteen years I
A. Lloyd, I figured you'd start off with a trite question likeI
that. Isuppose you'd like me to answer in 25 words or less on the
back of a box top. But to answer the question I'd say that college
students are more goal oriented and less likely to laugh than ever1
before. Most of the guys are here to learn a trade or hypo theirt
earning potential, while the majority of girls are trying to pick out
a husband so they can live happily ever after. And they'll all so
gruesomely serious about things.
People used to toss me peanuts or pecans and then chortle as
I entertained them with those cute vaudeville antics we perform. Now
they just throw out their goodies and walk on to the library. Either
they don't have time or don't care to enjoy their deeds. The nuts
don't taste as good.
And those activist people are the worst. I mean I respect them,
I admire them, and they give me more walnuts per capita than other
campus groups, but they are oppressive aren't they? They're so
caught up with themselves, with the sanctity of their mission, and
so cocksure about the worthlessness of their opponents' viewpoints.
Q. Do you distrust people who are sure of themselves?
A. Yes. Particularly when I'm positive they're wrong.
Q. All right Squirrel, let's try spmething else, and don't be so
verbose. Are athletics too professionalized at Michigan?
A. There's no doubt that football and basketball are the closed
preserve of those on full rides. And it is a perversion of education to
hire athletes by paying for their education. But the good which
results from unifying the campus around a team probably com-
pensates. It's tough to argue against a football Saturday. And the
fact is, that most of the athletes at Michigan are hardly the mental
slabs of granite that some would make them out.
Q. Some quickies. Who's the most beautiful woman in the world?
A. Rita Tushingham or Thelma Ritter.
Q. That's what happens when you ask a squirrel. What do you
think of Paul Goodman?
A. I might agreewith him if he was intelligible.
Q. How do you stand on draft deferments.
A. Everyone should be taken but squirrels.
Q. Be serious.
A. Look, if you thought seriously about war they'd say you were
made or a Commie pacifist. Frankly, the idea of killing a fellow
squirrel to gain respect, prestige, and security is folly as far as
Q. Is Cazzie Russell a greater player than Bill Bradley?
A. Compare gold and platinum.
Q. Do you like the Bond movies?
A. I go to the flicks for the cartoons. They're more realistic.
Love those Tom and Jerry documentaries.
Q. Is your favorite composer Tchaikovsky because he wrote The
A. I go for Specter, McCartney and Lennon, and Bach, buddy.
Make this the last. I'm hungry.
Q. Who's the fairest man of all?
A. Why, you Lloyd, of course.
Now I'm sure. Nutsy.
By GRAYLE HOWLETT Terry Casey of North Dakota. I could have gone either way. Last
Close on their heels are Staters weekend, Minnesota dumped the
Would the real Michigan hockey Coppo with 9 goals and 12 as- Spartans in the first game 6-5 in
team please stand up?. . sists. and Brian "Sandy" McAn- overtime despite a hat trick per-
Are you those inconsistent icers drew who has netted 8 goals with formance from MSU's Tom Mik-
who parlayed either an outstand- 13 assists while skating on MSU's kola. Given a few breaks the Spar-
ing defense or a superb offense second line. To add to Wolverine tans could easily have won, and
into a win skein of five straight i goalie Harold Herman's woes, coupled with their win over Min-
earlier in the year? Are you those State's second line is headed by nesota the next night and two
harried hockeymen prone to de- Tom Mikkola. presently eighth victories the previous week over
fensive lags and frostbite who Duluth, the Spartans would have
dropped two in a row to North had that little extra thing known
Dakota? Or are you those super- I-M' Referees as "momentum."
reached our peak, but we are mov-
ing up toward it."
Michigan State could definitely
play the spoiler role this weekend,
thwarting the Blue's bid for the
league lead and in the process im-
prove their own conference stand-
ing. A sweep of this series plus a
little help from Minnesota and
North Carolina 115. wake Forest 87
Clemson 107, Furman 72
Temple 81. NYU 69
Georgetown 103, Geo. Washington 74
Wichita 96, Drake 91
Virginia 79, Virginia Tech 65
St, Anseim's 92. Suffolk 69
Detroit 4, Boston 2
' Montreal 5, Toronto 4
Baltimore 122, St. Louis 113
human stickmen wo adropped tne
league-leading Michigan Tech
Huskies twice last weekend?r
No matter which team steps
forward, the Michigan State Spar-
tans have served fair notice that
they will be ready when these
two traditional rivals face-off
Friday night in East Lansing and
Saturday night here in Ann Ar-
" 'r. c o r~ l t f r t i
Anyone interested in offi- In and Out
ciating I-M basketball games "We've been in it and out of it
should contact personnel at the all year long," Bessone added, "and
I-M Bldg. Referees are paid we should be playing some fine
$1.50 per hour with games last- hockey this weekend. We should
ing about 45 minutes each. have taken at least two out of
those three overtime games. They
in the WCHA scoring race with all were tough games. But this is
19 points on 7 goals and 12 as- a tough league, and we expect it.
sists. Right now I wouldn't say we have
Bessone could only add that
-our team is really up for tni
i "we're getting some great work
game, Spartan head Coach Amos m,
Bessone commented, "and I know from our lines, especially from
that (Michigan Coach Al) Ren- Volmar's. He's having a real good
frew's boys are up for it too, I'm year. He's a good-sized lad with
looking for a tough series." probably the best shot in the *
Beat Anyone on Paper Michigan State will go with the F u n
To tell the truth, Michigan State defensive alignment of Don Hea-
can beat almost any team in the phy and Bob Brawley, backed up
conference mark 7-10 overall)- by Tom Purdo and Richard Bois. Teens and Young Adults
despite a rather unimpressive 6-8 Double Goalie
i-ague with the statistics' charts. -DubeKeen
good for a lowly seventh place po- Michigan State is another team Directed by Clff Keen
sition. State is currently second in ch employs the two goalie sys-
ste onf tae iurency ehind othDn tem, alternating Jerry Fisher and
kota in goals scored with 63, and Gaye Cooley almost every other 21-DAY TOUR to SEVEN
trail only the rugged Nodaks in "We set it up this way, explain-
average goals per game with a ed Bessone, "in order to keep anx-
offensive team iety to a minimum. Actually, it CEt
"has worked very well because both
that isscapable of scoring a lot our goalies are running even."Ys
of goals, but we have to start! ONLY $665 a l inclusive
playing some defense," Bessone Statistics bear Bessone out. In
moaned, probably referring to the 9 loop tussles, Cooley who will
fact that the Spartans have given be in the nets for State on Satur- Call:
up 62 goals. But before the Wol- day has made 242 saves while al-
verines can take advantage of the lowing 31 goals for a 3.4 game BOERSMA TRAVEL SERVICE Departures from
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to stop some lines with pretty good fans remember from last year, will
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Leading Line East Lansing having played inn
The leading State line of center conference clashes, making 204
Bill Faunt with wingmen Doug ' saves while allowing 30 goals.
Denver could life the Spartans in- and Mikkola will all be trying to
to third place a game behind the improve on their scoring records.
Wolverines. The Michigan offense will also
While, on the other hand, a se- have to be ready to compensate
ries win for the Blue can keep for a possible offensive explosion
their pennant hopes alive. from the Spartans. Dean Lucier's
Michigan is counting heavily on hot stick will again be needed,
the rejuvenated defense which and hard skating from the "kid
held the Michigan Tech Huskies line" is a must in order to blast
to three goals last weekend. Soph- more holes in the already porous
omore goalie Herman was again MSU defense.
the star as he turned back 71 The moment of truth now is
shots, and his work is cut out for here. Tonight Wolverine hockey
him again this week as the quar- fans should find out what kind of
tet of Volmar, Coppo, McAndrew team they really have.
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Volmar and Mike Coppo have While State's won-lost record is
racked up 58 conference points far from impressive, it is still quite
and 69 overall. Volmar has grab- evident that they have been play-
bed the lion's share with 14 goals ing in bad luck. Three of their
and 11 assists around the league, league losses have been decided by
placing him a point below leader an overtime point, results which
This Weekend in Sports
WRESTLING-.Illinois-Yost Field House, 3 p.m.
TRACK-Michigan Relays-Yost Field House, 6 p.m.
HOCKEY-MICHIGAN at Michigan State, 7:30 p.m.
BASKETBALL-1ICHIGAN at Indiana, 2:05 p.m.
TRACK-Michigan Relays at Yost Field House
Preliminaries at 12 noon; Finals at 6:30 p.m.
WRESTLING--Pittsburgh at Yost Field House, 3 p.m.
SWIMMING-MICHIGAN at Minnesota
HOCKEY-Michigan State at Coliseum, 8 p.m.
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