THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1967
PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAX DAILY FRIDAY. JANUARY 13, 1961
7M' Goal: Melt Gopher
Friday at 7:15 P.M.
PROF. ERIC KING-SMITH
Visiting Professor from the University of Melbourne
and very active in the Jewish Community of Australia
"JEWISH LIFE DOWN UNDER;
A PECULIAR SITUATION!"
John Planer, Cantor and The Hillel Choir
will chant the Sabbath Music
By JOHN SUTKUS
Last weekend Minnesota's hock-
ey team did North Dakota a fa-
They fought the Sioux right
down to the wire before losing
both ends of a weekend series in
Minneapolis. The double win
while Michigan was splitting with
Denver enabled the Nodaks to slip
into first place in the WCHA
standings, leaving the Wolverines
tied for second with Colorado Col-
The Minnesotans come to town
to face off at 8 p.m. this evening
in the Coliseum hoping to do the
Nodaks another favor-indirectly
-and maybe blow Michigan right
out of the WCHA picture,
This series with the Gophers is
crucial. The Wolverines must win
both ends of this home series with
a deep second division club before
heading out on a tough road trip,
After the Minnesota series,
1Michigan journeys to Coloradof
College and Michigan Tech, and
plays a home-and-home pair with!
Michigan State. Colorado and
Tech are both first division teams
sive wave, the Gophers found out
their regular goalie, Rich Peter-
son, was declared ineligible. They,
promptly dropped the two game
set to North Dakota.
A Silver Lining
The dark cloudsnhaven't com-
pletely set in. The new man, Pete
Roussopoulos, played well against
the Nodaks, a fact which should
help morale. In addition, eight
icers are back from last year's
team-a squad that did very well
cn the road. At one point the
Gophers won six road games in a
row, part of a 10-out-of-11 streak
that enabled them to tie North
Dakota for second place in the
WCHA after kicking around in
seventh place at the beginning of
bussi is fourth.
Rough and Rugged
The defense is just as rugged as
giver, with veterans captain Jim
Branch and Dick Paradise joined
by soph Don Fraser and Jerry
Christianson, who was just put on
the roster last week. Paradise leads
the WCHA for penalties, in league
play, servingr34 minutes for 13
Infractions. The Gophers as a team
lead the league in all games, serv-
ing 262 minutes in 117 penalties-
an average of 20 minutes per
Minnesota must begin their first
division drive now and Michigan
must win to keep pace with North
Dakota. This series will tell a lot
about the future for both.
The St. Lawrence contest started Returning this year is Gary
the Gophers on a mad binge in Gambucci, last season's WCHA
which they scored 32 goals in sophomore - of - the - year and
three games. The surge enabled the Gophers' scoring leader for
them to cop their second straight 1966. Gambucci is now a wing on
St. Paul Hockey Classic title. They the premier line centered by Jack
mashed hapless Army 12-1 and Dale and flanked by Dennis Zacho.
whacked Michigan State 9-3. Dale is the present scoring lead-
Riding the crest of this offen- er. Zacho is second and Gam-
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and State loves to play Michigan. Third and Then First
Minnesota shows up with a 5-8 They then organized enough to
losing record, a new goalie, and a place third in New York's Eastern
holiday tournament title for the Colleg Athletic Conference Holi-
second straight year. day Hockey Festival by falling to
The men of the North are tra- Boston, 8-5, and ripping St. Law-
ditionally slow starters, and this rence 11-2.
This Weekend in Sports
Hockey-Minnesota at Coliseum, 8 p.m.
Swimming-Michigan at Indiana
Basketball-Michigan at Illinois
Hockey-Minnesota at Coliseum, 8 p.m.
Swimming-Michigan at Purdue
Wrestling-Northwestern at Yost Fieldhouse, 3 p.m.
Gymnastics-Michigan at Illinois
LEW ALCINDOR of UCLA has
been conceded all in the college
basketball world except the NCAA
scoring lead. After grabbing the
first place spot from Alcindor last
week, JIM WALKER, who doesn't
read Alcindor's press releases,
widened the gap. The PROVI-
DENCE guard is now averaging
31.0 points-per-game to the UCLA
center's 29.7. Alcindor still leads
in field goal percentage with 69.1
The Big Ten failed to place an
individual among the nation's top
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Reception in A&D Lobby Following
ten scorers, but the first issue of
conference statistics s h o w e d
NORTHWESTERN'S JIM BURNS
on top of the league race. Cur-
rently hitting at a 28.5 points-
per-game pace, he has led North-
western to two Western Confer-
ence victories in the young season.
JIM PITTS, MICHIGAN junior,
held the lead in field goal per-
centage with a .625 mark, while
WOLVERINE CRAIG DILL rank-
ed seventh in conference scoring
with a 22.5 average.
Awards were being passed out
by the American Football Coaches
Association yesterday, and among
the recipients was TOM CAHILL
of ARMY, named Coach of the
Year for the university division of
the NCAA. Cahill directed the
Cadets to eight victories in ten
games as a rookie head coach.
Like honors for thetNCAA col-
lege division were voted to DAN
JESSEE, a veteran mentor of
TRINITY COLLEGE, in Hartford,
Conn. Retiring this season after
35 years at the helm, Jessee com-
piled a 150-76-7 record at Trinity.
CASSIUS CLAY never gives up.
He appealed againfor another
draft deferment yesterday, this
time on the grounds that he is a
Black Muslim minister. The appeal
was denied, therefore shutting off
any further action by Clay, ;unless
a federal court should ordera re-
view of the decision.
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