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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WED1

olverines Win Home Opener, 86-70

COACHES DISCUSS RULES:
Big Ten Meetings To Open

Toward the beginning of the
period Maentz got hot and in a
two minute period he hit for six of
his eight points while Petroff
supported him with two baskets.
Then it was Tidwell's turn with
six straight points to help the
cause.
Petroff Hot
At another point in the period
Petroff hit for four straight bas-
kets which Tidwell followed with
five straight a few minutes later.
He left the game with one minute
remaining to a loud ovation.
Toward the end of the game
tempersstarted to flare and Pitt
center John Fridley had a techni-
cal called against him, and for-
ward Darwin Smith was ejected
from the game for intentionally
fouling.
The crowd was also thrilled by
ahe ball handling of Wolverine
guard Tom Eveland and the ag-
gressive board play of Brown, who
though he scored no points was
the leading rebounder with 14.
Pitt's second half frustration
was well expressed by the actions
of Lockhart, who at the final buz-
zer heaved the ball the length
of the court over the opposite bas-
ket.
Frosh Star
Leaves 'iM
Rod Linder, a top Michigan
freshman guard prospect has
dropped out of school.
Linder was reportedly dissatis-
fied with the curriculum offered
at the University. He plans to en-
roll at Southern Illinois.
A product of Centralia, Illinois,
Linder was a second semester
freshman and would have been
eligible for varsity competition in
February. He is 6'1".
CAGENSCORES
NBA
Philadelphia 113, Syracuse 107
St. Louis 146, Detroit 110
Cincinnati 117, New York 112
COLLEGE
North Carolina 81, Virginia 47
Citadel 83, West Virginia 80
Cincinnati 70, Miami (Ohio) 62
Oklahoma State 59, Arkansas 50
St. Bonaventure 93, Villa Madonna73
Princeton 74, Temple 64
North Carolina State 70, Clemson 67
Memphis State 84, Baylor 58
Maryland 80, George Washington 68
Western Kentucky 74, Lamar Tech 71
Marquette 99, Wisconsin at Milwaukee
63
a Northern Michigan 89, Hope 59
Ohio University 81, Morehead (Ky.) 80
Duquesne 95, Georgetown 81
Penn State 66, Lehigh 50
Tennessee Tech 48, Nicholls State
(La.) 45
Texas A&M. 66, Houston 61

At the end of the game a jubi-
lant Strack said that the victory
was "a team effort." He did have
some qualifications though as he
continued that "the team still has
a lot of work to do."
Statistics
PITTSBURGH G F P T
Steinhart 2 1-3 4 5
Jinks 8 4-4 4 20
Fridley 2 3-3 4 7
Falenski 4 4-5 3 12
Lockhart 3 3-6 4 9
Lazor 4 1-1 5 9
Maloney 2.2-3 3 6
Sankey 0 2-4 0 2
Totals 2520-29 26 '70

By The Associated Press
CHICAGO -- Possible football
rule changes will be studied today
by coaches and athletic directors
in starting off the annual Big Ten
business meetings.
Although agreeing that the wild
card substitution did much to
open up the game this fall, con-
ference coaches still pursue the
hope of getting a more liberal
substitution rule. This, of course,
would be the return of unlimited
substitution.
Bump Elliott of Michigan is
chairman of the Coaches Commit-
tee and Biggie Munn of Michigan
State heads the athletic directors'
group.
Coaches also have recommend-
ed that the conference football
schedule, calling for a complete
round robin slate by 1969, be
frozen at the 1965-66 level. This
stage provides for 10 games, in-
stead of nine, with seven confer-
ence dates for each team.
Faculty representatives take up
the conference's most important
problem Thursday-reviewing the
financial aid to athletes system.

This involves substituting an
academic standard for the con-
troversial need factor which re-
quires parents of athletes to make
contributions according to' their
incomes.;
The Big Ten television com-
mittee met today. The conference
is committed to the NCAA televi-
sion policy for another year and

no new plan is expected to be
proposed.
The Big Ten, however, would
like to make its own TV arrange-
ments providing for a conference
game to be beamed in the area
each Saturday of the season.
Midwestern viewers see Big Ten
teams on some dates and teams
from elsewhere in the country on
others under the NCAA program.

MICHIGAN
Maentz
Petroff
Brown
Schoenherr
Tidwell
Hall
Higgs
Donley
Eveland
Cole
Totals
Pittsburgh
MICHIGAN

G F P
4 0-1 4
8 1-4 3
0 0-5 2
1 0-0 1
14 10-14 2
0 2-4 3
1 2-3 1
1 6-9 4
2 0-0 2
1 1-1 0
32 22-41 22

T
8
17
0
2
38
2
4
8
4
3
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