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November 02, 1961 - Image 6

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Hockey Team Holds First Practice
BEThe most immediate problem is to a Big Ten age rule on foreign Morrison and Kartusch looked
The first sign of winteemer e one which shouldn't have been, students, and Renfrew is forced good in freshman practice last
-andt namely the defense. Last season to go into the season with only year, but it must be remembered
It's hockey time, as of yesterday. Renfrew lost one regular, Butch one experienced defenseman. that they have yet to play their
It's ~~~~~~ ~ ~ s Thkyreea oSeseda.Refewlstoe eulr Bthfirst WCHA game, and sophomores
Michigan hockey coach Al Ren- Nielson, and a part time defense- Use Three Sophs have been known to make mistakes
frew greeted 21;players and one man, Tom Wilson, by graduation. That means that Michigan will before.
sportswriter out to the official probably have to use three sopho- "You can't expect sophomores to
opening of practice. And the first Michigan appearedto have a mores in the back line, unless h step right in and play great
goodnuceuswithJoh Paen-decides to move one of his for- hoke," efe ad
game isn't until November 27. stein and junior Don Rogers com-dhockey, Renfrew said.
The squad breaks down to siX ing back to go along with a pair wards back. Morrison and Kar- One move Renfrew has already
seniors, seven juniors and eight of promising sophomores, Ross tusch will probably fill two of made this year is moving captain
sophomores. Morrison and Wayne Kartusc. these spots, with the other slot Red Berenson, high scorer and
MorriHsTesuon appWayed rh.ugoing either to Mike Hanov or
- -Coach Has New Hat The situation appeared bright. ButTa Wisn All-American last year, from cen-


One position where Renfrew ap-
parently doesn't have any prob-
lems is at goalie. He may have
trouble deciding who to play, but
having three goalies isn't much of
a problem. The veteran of the
group is junior Dave Butts, who
alternated last year with Jim.
Coyle who graduated.
He is backed up by sophomores
Bob Gray and Bill Bieber.
But, problems or no problems,
the main fact is that the hockey
season is here again. A new sea-
son, new players, new problems-
and a new hat.

-Daiy--E dans
YEP, HOCKEY SEASON'S HERE-The Wolverines kicked the
lid off its hockey season with the first official practice session of
the year. Here sophomore Wayne Kartusch (foreground) and
Carl White do some wind sprints to loosen up those summer legs.


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SAE, 'Phi Delts Meet for Titles

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It's going to be the Mudbowl all
over again next week, as Sigma
Alpha Epsilon and Phi Delta Theta
clash in the first place playoffs of
both "A" and "B" divisions of In-
tramural social fraternity football
SAE "A" defeated Sigma Phi
Epsilon 20-8, and its "B" team
trounced Delta Sigma Phi 32-6.
Led once again by. the passing of
Jack Mogk, SAE "A" kept pressing
as Dennis Spalla scored two touch-
down, Fred Roeser one, and Joe
Jones the extra point. Joe Merullo
and Jack Rashleigh scored for Sig
Tough Game
This was the toughest game so
far for SAE this year, as Sig Ep
fought hard to give SAE, its tra-
ditional rival, its first defeat in
fraternity football competition in
four years. ~
In the "B" competition, SAE
quarterback Dick Honig starred,
running for two TD's and passing
for two others to Don Kilber and
Doug Roeser. Dave Campbell went
all the way on a punt return for
another SAE score. Dick Day
picked up Delta Sigma Phi's only
Phi Delts Roll
Phi Delta Theta "B" rolled over
Delta Upsilon 12-0 to make its bid
for next week's finals against SAE.
Mike Harris and Park Malcolm
scored a TD each for the Phi Delts,
In other "B" competition, Lamb-
da Chi Alpha shut out Phi Kappa
Psi 14-0. Bruce Galbraith and
Mike Knapp scored a touchdown
each for Lambda Chi and Ron
Mulder picked up the extra point.
Meeting Lambda Chi next week

In the second place playoff finals'
will be Theta Xi as they upended
Sigma Nu yesterday 28-6. Dave
Fauri and Tim Bennet scored one
TD each and Chuck Costello two.
Don Persons scored the extra
point. Rick Shefibein tallied the
only Sigma Nu points.

Pistons Finally Win a Game
Maple Leafs Defeat H

In third place playoff semi-final
competition, Sigma Phi Epsilon
defeated Trigon 14-6. Tom Swaney
and Dave Cameron scored for Sig
Ep and Tom Lynch for Trigon.
Chi Psi held Phi Sigma Delta
Charles Hunt posted a TD each
for the winners.

By The Associated Press
DETROIT-The Detroit Pistons
finally scored their first victory of
the National Basketball Associa-
tion season, last night as they
cooled the New York Knicker-
bockers, 111-95.
Detroit had lost its first four
games while the Knicks had won
four out of six.
After falling behind in the ear-
ly moments, Detroit recovered to
the first period. Then New York
went ahead momentarily but 13
straight points, eight by Bob Fer-
ry, shot Detroit into a 35-24 ad-
The Knicks bounced back to
within two of a tie before anoth-
er Piston bombardment provided
them with a 55-45 halftime mar-
In the third quarter Detroit took
a 64-52 lead only to see it fade.
Willie Naulls paced a Knicks rally
which left the New Yorkers four
down with three minutes of the
quarter remaining. Then succes-
sive baskets by Gene Shue, Don



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Ohl and a pair by Bailey Howell
.upped Detroit's, margin- to 75-63
after three quarters and tlere-
after the Knicks never threaten-
Ferry, with 21 points, topped
Detroit, while Howell and Shue
each had 19. Johnny Green netted
23 and Naulls and Richie Guerin
had 21 apiece for the losers.
* * *
TORONTO-The Toronto Ma-
ple Leafs handed Montreal's pow-
erful Canadiens their first loss of
the National Hockey League sea-
son, gaining a 3-2 victory on Frank
Mahovlich's third period goal in
a wide-open game last night.
The Canadiens had won seven
and tied one in their first eight
starts this season.
The loss lef Montreal with a
one-point first pleace margin over
the New "York Rangers. Toronto,
with a 5-2-1 record, is third, four
points behind the Canadiens.
Mahovlich scored his game-
winner at 1:22 of the third per-
iod with an assist from Red Kel-
ly. It made the Toronto lead' 3-1
and offset Marcel Bonin's goal
from Montreal with about eight
minutes remaining.
Bobby Pulford, and Bob Nevin
scored the other Toronto goals
while Claude Provost scored Mon-
treal's, first goal.
With an assist on Bonin's goal,
Provost pushed his season scoring
total to 17 points-one behind the
league leader, Andy Bathgate of
the Rangers. Bathgate got his
18th point against Cihcago Tues-
day night.
The game was a close one from
the start and the big crowd got
its money's worth as players of
both clubs handed out some hefty
bodychecks. Referee Frank Ud-
vari called 16 penalties-eight for
each team.
Win Gym'Meet
In an inter-squad gymnastics
meet, the Freshmen-Sophomores
defeated the Juniors-Seniors 57-
Gil LaRose took four first places
in free exercise, rings, side horse,
and parallel bar. Gary Erwin won
the trampoline event; John Ham-
ilton placed first in tumbling; and
Sandor Freseka, a freshman, took
the high bar event.




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