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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4,196f;

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4.1966
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Is this the last-minute line to Follett's where they're
giving more cash for used textbooks?
Nawbuddy, dis is a jailbreak-

By JOHN SUTKUS
Last year when Waterloo Luth-
eran University came to town 'for
a two-game hockey series, Mich-
igan won the Friday opener, 9-4.
Ditto for this year.
Last year the Golden Hawks
rallied around goalie Ken Payne's
31 saves and pulled out a 2-1 vic-
tory in Saturday's second contest.
Decidedly not ditto for this year.
The Michigan ice team out-of-
fensed their Waterlco Lutheian
counterparts again last night, 6-2.
Waterloo's jovial Coach Ted
Maki ta ked freely about the se-

Hrs

Overpower

Waterloo,

6-2

ries after the game. "You have keeping the Wolverines from run-
tt understand that we're just not ning away with it and hiding. They
in the same league as Michiga:n. kept the rifensive portion of the
We only practice two, sometimes game a little more even too, with
three times a week. None of our Payne having to make only 30

a real leader out there on the ice.
He's great, he's everywhere."
Doug Galbraith got his third
goal in two nights by taking a pass
from Bob Baird and flipping into'
the right side past the helpless
Payne.
Payne redeemed himself in the
period by kicking out what ap-j

players is on athletic tender. They
come out just because they love
to play hockey. We don't even have
our own ice rink."
He was not making excuses, just
explaining the situation.
Not quite the usual stereotyped
picture of Canadian hockey.
Only 30 Saves
Maki's hawks managed a little
"better than Friday's get-together.

This Is Your,
LAST CHANCE
toget a .. *
Michiganensian

savEs.
Michigan opened the scoring
right away when Paul Domm pick-
ed up the puck near the red line,'
made a nifty move between two
Waterloo cefenders and skated in
on Payne ahead of a third. The
Golden Hawk goalie couldn't han-
die Domn's hard shot with only
1:31 gone on the clock.
That was the extent of it in
the first period though, as neith-
er team could cash in on any of
the five penalties called.
Waka Scores Again
Mel Wakabayashi got another,
one in the second period. The fin-'
al sem ster forward launched a
rocket toward the left post of the
Waterloo net. The pitck skidded
off Ha vwis defenseman Ross
French'- skate and into the cor-
ner.
Wakabayashi added an ass.i t in
the third stanza to finish the
night with two points.
"They're sure going to miss him
when he leaves," says Maki. "He's

peared to be sure goals on two Mi-
chigan three-on-two breakawvays.
Forecheck Works
Maki, a cousin of Chicago Black
Hawk right winger Chico Maki,
noted a weakness in the Wolver-
ines attack. "They get rid of the
puck pretty fast. They pass and
shoot it a little too quickly. We
started forechecking them at the
beginning of the third period and
you saw what happened."
The increased pressure in the
final period kept the puck in the
Michigan zone at the start of the
period. At 1:39 Bob Seager flipped
it past Jim Keough for the first
Waterloo score of the evening,
The marker ended five periods of
shutout hockey for sophomore Ke-
ough and opened the floodgates,
Despite all the public address'

announcer's attempts to call them
penalties, five goals were scored
in the period.
Michigan's Dean Lucier eased
in a three-footer from in front
and to the right of the crease aft-
er taking Ron Ullyot's short nass
from behind the net. That one
upped the score to a comfortable
4-1 Michigan margin.
Less than a minute later Bob
Boysen skated in from the left,
faked off a defender, and flipped
the puck between Payne's legs.
That put Michigan ahead 5-1 with
15 minutes to play.
Waterloo's forechecking paid off
again. Al Hagerman drove the
puck into the cords at 14:57 to
top off the Hawk scoring.
Baird ended the scoring for the
night with the sixth Michigan
marker a minute later.

6 to 2, Fourth Win for Blue

MEL WAKABAYASHI

DONT DELAY!
Follett's will pay
Rig! MflMEV

FIRST PERIOD SCORING: M -
Domm (unassisted) 1:31. Penalties:
M - Baird (holding) 2:41; W -
MacDonald (elbowing) 6:20; WV -
Cressman (slashing) 6:53; W-Doble
(tripping) 8:42; M-Thompson (high
sticking).
SECOND PERIOD SCORING: M-
Wakabayashi (unassisted) 6:49; M-
Galbraith (Baird) 9:38. Penalties:
M-Domm (elbowing) 3:17; W -
Cressman (interference) 5:17; W -
Payne (slashing, served by James)
5:52; W-Doble (tripping) 6:22-del.
M-Domm (tripping) 9:56; W-Do-
bie (fighting-5min.) 12:12; M -
Lord (righting-5 min.) 12:12; WV-
Pass (tripping) 13:54.

THIRD PERIOD SCORING: W-
Seager (Banks) 1:39; M -- Lucier
(Ullyot) 5:50; M - Boysen (Lord,
Binnie) 6:33; W-Hagerman (O'-
Flaherty, Banks) 14:57; M--Baird
(Wakabayashl, Hansen) 15:56.Pen-
alties: M-Brook (hooking) 6:53; M
-Hansen (tripping) 11:14; W -
French (holding) 12:18.

AT IDWEST OPEN:
Jacobs Tramp King

Saves:
Payne (W)
Keough (M)
Score by Periods:
MICHIGA%
WATERLOO

1 8 7-30
4 7 12-23
1 2 3-6
0 0 2--2

Make your break for used books
early and avoid
the rusltNo one, but no one should miss out o
And extra cash is the good thing you
on if you haven't brought in your usec
Follett's yet. We give extra cash becai
we are part of a large operation and
books to stay that way. We'll even bu
t b' da cr n+~ n s,. --

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on a good thing.
'll miss out
d textbooks to
use, frankly
it needs your
y books that

for $5.00 (up unti
Dec. 20, 1966)

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Special To The Daily
CHICAGO-Sensational sopho-
more Dave Jacobs took a first on
the trampoline last night in the
Midwest Open held at Oak Park
High School near here.
Jacobs, the reigning winter NA-
AU champion, made it two years
in a row for a Michigan first in
the tramp competition. Junior
Wayne Miller, the present world

trampoline titleholder and last
year's open winner on the tramp,
finished fifth.
Nine Michigan gymnasts finish-
ed in the top 10 of an event and
each event featured over 80 en-
tries In floor exercise, Phip Fuller
achieved a.fourth place finish
while his twin brother Chip was
close behind in fifth..

I QUICK t(ICK<S

won L e uses n is a impus next semester. The
more books we get, the less we have to make on
re-sale, and the more we can pay you for your
used books. So, hustle down to Follett's and keep
this good thing going.

SCORES

Commissioner BILL REED of
the Big Ten said last week that
AVERY BRUNDAGE has no evi-
dence of "growing abuses and
shocking dishonesty" he purports
to find in collegiate athletics.
Pointing out that Brundage,!
president of the International
Olympic Association, cited the 1926
Carnegie investigative report on
college athletics in calling for the
end of athletic scholarships, Reed
said:

trary, the trend is toward candor
and away from dishonesty."
a* s
WASHINGTON SENATORS have
acquired pitcher CAMILO PAS-
CUAL and second baseman BER-
NIE ALLEN from MINNESOTA
for veteran relief pitcher RON
KLINE, General Manager George
Selkirk said last night.
Pascual, 32-year-old righthander
who won 20 games for the Twins
in 1962 and 21 in 1963 slipped to

Next year

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"A ,ra ayporsivpi-*L a 4c' l" "
A grat anypr~resive ph an 8-6 record last season when he
osophical and sociological changes out for two months with a
have taken place in the United ltfrsore arm. Kline, 34-year-old right-
some time that Brundage was not natrshad a 6-4 record with the
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what leading educational institu- Allen, 27, is a left-handed hitter
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