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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDA'Y', JANUAR'Y' 27, 1967

PAGE SIX FilE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, JANUARY 27. 1967

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I By BOB McFARLAND

SABBA TH SERVICE
Conducted jointly with Beth Israel Congregation
TONIGHT at 7:30
RABBI JAMES 1. GORDON
of The Young Israel Center of Oak Woods,
Oak Park, Michigan.
Member, Executive Committee,
Rabbinical Council of America

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A NEW LOOK AT
AN OLD SYSTEM
Reception and Discussion Follow.
JOHN PLANER and THE HILLEL CHOIR,
under the direction of STEVEN OYITSKY, will chant the Service
mostly as sung in the Spanish-Portuguese Synagogues
of New York and London.
ZWERDLING-COHN CHAPEL
1429 Hill Street All Are Welcome

Thie oniy thing that Yost rield
House has in common with a race
course like Hialeah or Aqueduct
is a track, and you have to stretch
the meaning of even that term
to make any kind of comparison
at all.
But the situation is a little dif-
ferent this weekend. The Michigan
Relays, which open tonight at 6:00,
have a featured race, one that
Wolverine head track coach Don
Canham has placed all his money
on. And the odds say that the pay-
off will be a new field house rec-
ord in the two mile relay.
What Canham has done is to
stack the field in the events with
four of the best middle distance
runners in Michigan history. As
he explains, "It will be the only
chance this year that we'll have
to go for the two mile mark in-
doors."
Post Time
The Wolverine thinclads whom
Canham has tapped for the ex-
hibition include Tom Kearney,
John Reynolds, Alex McDonald,
and Ron Kutchinski. Post time for
the. reconrd onslaught is sched-
uled for 9:15 tomorrow night. '
The chances of the youthful!
foursome to accomplish the am-
bitious goal in their first varsity
appearance are surprisingly good.
It seems that three Wolverines
in the group combined as fresh-

NELSON GRAHAM

Other top teams include Ken-".U 1,.UU"_" U nceIU tVILI1
tucky, Loyola, Western Michigan,
Ohio, Toledo, Baldwin Wallace,
Buffalo State, Chicago Track Club ranKen.tei S Doys
Bowling Green Track Club, West-
ern Ontario, and the University
of Detroit. Twenty-one squads are EDITOR'S NOTE: The following publicity release written by Texas
represented in all. Western sports information director Eddie Mullens should crack you up
Several Wolverines varsity marks more than a headon collision with a DC-9. We hope the Miners trounce-
trounceare in a vulnerable position. The many opponents and keep Mullers in his usual high spirits. We
are n a ulneableposiion.Theare running the story as a public serv'ice.-CV
shuttle hurdle relay quartet of
Woodie Fox, Mark DeYoung, Nel- EL PASO-Old Frankenstein and his blood-letting brothers are
son Graham, and Larry Midlam now on the set and the Texas Miners will be busier than a billy goat
have turned the distance in :25.2 in a junk yard trying to keep out of the horror house as the second
for the 200-yard event, only :00.2 half of the bounce-bounce season gets underway.
off the record. y c eA pair of jet-setters from the Western Athletic Conference-
Captain of the Michigan cinder- Arizona State and defending NIT kingpin Brigham Young-will be
eney let the head hunters this week. Arizona State came roaring into Memorial
capture the field house standard Gym last night and no doubt, was higher than a tall cowboy's eyebrow.
in the shot put, a mark which has ,After the Arizona State battle royal--which always features
lived to the ripe old age of ten. more excitement than swapping blows with a man seating shark
Considering the way that Harvey -the Miners head for Chicago to test BYU at the Stadium in
has tossed the 16-pound shot over LARRY MIDLAM the opener of the triple-header Saturday which also includes
the last year, the death Knell may; UCLA, Loyola, Notre Dame and Illinois.
Oun's toorro neght for Dave becomes a majo factor for a track There will be more talent on the Stadium's floor Saturday than
Owens 197 heveteam.
High jumpers Gary Knicker- Even after the relay teams are at a Gypsy Rose Lee's performance and more great shooters than
bocker and -Rick Hunt will be stocked with potential record- in a John Wayne movie.
going after Bob Densham's 1964 breaking combinations, the Wol-
mark of 6'10." Both cindermen verines have enough personnel Sink or Swint
have 6'8" jumps to their credit, around to enter veterans Jim Do-
Hunt being the Big Tens outdoor ran in the two mile, Jim Dennis In years gone by the Miners have had more trouble handling
titlist in the event last season. in the mile, and Elmo Morales in Arizona State than a toothless man eating a two-bit T-bone. Even
Slated for the one mile relay are the 1000-yard run. last year when the Miners were meaner than a Comanche's ant hill
two Wolverine squads. The "A" Heading the Wolverine effort in they had more trouble than a guy swimming with leg weights.
team is composed of sophomore the sprints wil be seniors Dave Actually, the Miners toyed with the Sun Devils last season at
Bill Colton, Kearney, Kutschnski,' Cooper and Carl Ward, along with Tempe, winning 84-67 but at home Coach Don Haskins' leapers
and McDonald, while the "B"spo reGrgHey
foursome is made up of George sophomore George Hoey- played it closer than grass to the ground before winning, 69-67.
Hoey, Lonny Gagnon, Bob Gero- In last year's meet, the Michigan Saturday night's tussle-which features last year's two cage
metta, and Reynolds. thinclads managed to pick up four champs-will be the first time Haskins has directed the Miners
Depth tfiirst places, five seconds, and against the Cougars.
i Dept againt the thgard
One of the biggest challenges of seven thirds. Although the Sun Devils are experiencing one of their worst
meets such as the Michigan Re- Whether the sophomore-laden seasons in years (4-11 before Tuesday's game with Hawaii), Coach
lays, is to balance lineups in the squad can repeat those feats is Ned Wulk's cagers normally are totgher than a snake charmer's
relays and individual events in a open to question, but it's a sure personality when they line up against the Miners.
manner so that your power is thing that Don Canham will be
u eqally distributed. Thus. depth first in line at the $2 window. BYU will have more height than the Redwood Forest and, prob-

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man last season to runethe same
distance in 7:39.9, the present
mark. McDonald, a junior, rates
as the senior member and new-
comer of the relay squad, and he
will compete in the number three
spot.
"If we spread these guys out
over all the events, we could prob-
ably take the distance medley re-
lay and sprint medley 'relay too,
but we want this record awfully
bad," Canham continued.
Barbarians are Coming
The racetrack analogy ends

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handsewn fashion .. .
slipper--like comfort!
BOSTONIAN

there, and the hordes of cinder-
men swinging into Yost for the;
two day event will probably make
the scene much more reminiscentk
of the barbarian invasion of an-
cient Rome.
Numbering over 850, the entries
are split into two divisions. The1

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G .novice meet, limited to college -
frehman and younger, will take
the field tonight, while the open-
competition will begin with pre
liminaries at 1:30 tomorrow, the
final events commencing at 6:00.
Some of the tougher opposition
will come nearby Eastern Mich-
igan, the Hurons having placed - _. - , - ----- -_A
third in the NAIA meet in Kan- ,
sas City., Mo., last weekend. One The violent snowstorm which punter. Boston maintains he can
of their victories came in the two- ripped through the Midwest yes- boot the pigskin from 65 to 70
mile relay, as Ray Pihalja, Randy terday caused the top-ranked yards, and thinks he could average
Hillman, John Daniel, and Terry UCLA cagers to make an unsched- 45 yards under pressure.
Norman edged out a Texas South- uled stop in St. Louis en route to The NATIONAL BASKETBALL
er team and set a new meet rec- a two-night stand at Chicago 'ASSOCIATION ruled yesterday
ord of 7:55 in the process.t r Stadium tonight and tomorrow. that the controversial three-way
They planned to take a train from trade 10 days ago involving RUDY
Small Track, Slow Time St. Louis and arrive this morning. LARUSSO, MEL COUNTS, and
The slower time results partly One of the delayed UCLA play- RAY COUNTS was a binding and

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from the smaller 12-lap track used
at the meet. The Eastern strength
in this event add further glamour
to the Wolverine attempt at the
field house standard.
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
BOB McFARLAND
"Wer are The off spring of
God." Acts 17:29
CHURCH OF CHRIST
530 West Stadium
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ers, LEW ALCINDOR, has retain-
ed his lead in the national scoring
race, hitting at a 29.9 points per
game clip at the season's halfway
juncture. His shooting percentage
remains a very high .676, marking
the first time a player in the ma-
jor category has had such a per-
centage this late in the season.
JIM WALKER of PROVIDENCE
holds down the number two spot
with a 29.5 average, followed by
BOB LLOYD of RUTGERS at
29.3.
Olympian RALPH BOSTON,
the world record holder in the
long jump, announced yesterday
that he isnconsidering a career in
professional football with the
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS - as a

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304 S. State St.

BENEFIT POETRY READING
FARE WELL
JEROME BADANES

valid transaction and nullified
LaRusso's reinstatement by the
LOS ANGELES LAKERS. The
NBA said that, since the time of
the trade, LaRusso has been the
property of the DETROIT PIS-
TONS.
BILL RUSSELL, player-coach
of the BOSTON CELTICS, was
fined $50 by the NBA for failing
to call a time out under a little
known rule requiring each coach
to call at least one time out per
period to benefit radio and tele-
vision sponsors. The incident oc-
curred during a game Tuesday
night won by the Celtics 118-106.
Vaulting with a dose of novo-
cain in the small of his back. BOB
SEAGREN set a meet record in
the MILLROSE GAMES with a
16'7" effort, but failed in three
attempts to better his own indoor
mark last night. BILL CROTHERS
won the 880-yard run in the time
of 1:53.2, the third time that he
has won the event in the games.
SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY'S WIL-
LIE DAVENPORT won the 60-
yard high hurdles in :07.2.
Scores
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Pitt 63, Bucknell 58
Nebraska 97, Oklahoma 78
American 86, Adelphia 72
Tampa 97, Rollins 72
Slippery Rock 85, Alliance 74
NBA
Detroit 118, Cincinnati 110
NHL
Chicago 4, Detroit 3
Boston 4, Montreal 1

ably, will attempt to stop the Miners with a zone defense while
utilizing arms and legs which, when put together, could reach from
El Paso to Chicago.
Try Harder, Tillie
After a slow start, the Cougars are coming on stronger than
Tillie's breath. They'll take a 10-5 mark into Friday night's action
in the Stadium against Loyola.
The academic axe fell on All-America guard Bobby Joe Hill, the
5-10 senior guard who helped lead the Miners to the NCAA title last
season. Hill, who owned more moves than a chess tournament, had
appeared in only eight games due to injuries and had a 4.9 scoring
average.
Hill's last game as a Miner was, for this season, his best. He
had Drake as nervous as an alligator near a purse factory when
he injured his ankle Dec. 30. He never played another game.
To compound Haskins' other worries, he rushed to his mother's
bedside early Monday in Enid, Okla. Mrs. Haskins had undergone sur-
gery and the Miner tutor may not return for the Sun Devil game.
Granting his mother improves, Haskins will be in Chicago.
Haskins Turns Hobo
The big, likeable and highly successful Haskins has had a busy
schedule recently. He has traveled more than a hobo with bad breath
and arrived from a tour at 5 a.m. Saturday.
At 12:30 p.m. he was directing his team to its 12th success of
the season, a 72-38 bombing of highly regarded Weber State. The
win ran Haskins' record with the Miners to a gaudy 120-28. At 4:30
a.m. Sunday he was on his way to Enid.
Against the Wildcats on a regionally televised game, the
Miners were as ready as a nervous missile launcher and tougher
than a week old doughnut.
The Wildcats found it harder to score on the Miners as it is to
mash potatoes with a jack-hammer. Weber .State managed only 13
from the floor-eight in the last half.
The Miners controlled the boards, grabbing 53 to 35 for ,the
'Cats. Weber State ranked third nationally on the boards before the
game while the Miners were sixth.
The Miners' performance-following mid-term exams-left
Haskins as pleased as an Eskimo with a new leather overcoat.
Or a mink headed for Sophia Loren's closet.

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Sigma Kappa philanthropy trophy
be returned immediately.
Any information as to its
location, call 761-2724 without
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