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Icers' Of
Pendleberry, Berenson Pace
Team with Two Goals Each
(Continued from Page 1) f}

fense Crushes


in Detroit


Wrestlers To Grapple Hofstra


After several Wolverine on-
slaughts, second line left winger,
Tom Pendlebury finally broke the
scoring ice when he fired home a
shot from out in front after re-
ceiving a pass from right winger
Bill Kelly.
Scored AfterFaceoff
Three minutes and one second
ater, Coristine made it 2-0, Mich-
igan, after getting a pass out in.
front 'of the Toronto net frcan
Kartusch who set up the play.
Berenson scored his first tally of
the evening at 15:49 after a face-
off. This goal, reminiscent of his
second score against Michigan
Tech a week ago, was scored after
a faceoff play at the right side
of the Toronto net. .
Wilkie won the faceoff, got it
back to Coristine who passed it
to the redhead. Berenson moved in
on Deratney, faked him out and
sent the puck home.
The second period was nearly a
carbon copy of the first as the
Wolverines again put the pres-
sure on the helpless Toronto goal-
tender. After getting a two man
advantage due to almost simul-
aneous penalties to Toronto's
Chambers and center George
Kicken, the Michigan skaters
really put on the pressure.
Stopped Rushes
To the amazement of the fans,
the Toronto four man team kept
turning back each successive
Wolverine, onslaught until Pendle-
bury took a pass from Berenson
and slapped the puck in from 25
feet at. 13:51. White added Vie
second goal of the second period
at 19:14. Michigan defenseman
Don Rogers set up the play with
a shot from the right wing. Cen-
ter Gerry Kolb got the Rogers'
rebound. passed it to White who
shot it in.
The Varsity Blues came out
fighting in the third period and
during a power play at 4:11 with
Michigan's]Morrison in the penalty
box,, Toronto's Hicken got credit
Rose Bowl

for a goal that deflected off of
Kelly's skate.
The Wolverines came back at
7:38 as Hinnegan scored, but the
Blues Hicken scored his second
of the evening, but it made no
difference as the Wolverines had
the game won. Left winger George
Olah scored the final Toronto
goal at 11:32 and the Wolverines
retaliated with two more scored
by Wilkie and Berenson respec-
With his two goals and two as-
sists last night, Berenson now has
nine points and has scored five
goals in his last two outings.
Romp !
Gray G Deratney
Rogers D Sinclair
Morrison D Chambers
Wilkie C Kennedy
Berenson W Awrey
Coristine W Olah
First Period Scoring: M-Pendle-
bury (Kelly, Babcock) 10:30; M --
Coristine (Kartusch) 13:31; M-Ber-
enson (Wilkie, Coristine) 15:49. Pen-
alties: M-Coristine (charging) 4:48;
Second Period Scoring-M-Pen-
dlebury (Berenson) 13:51; M-White
(Rogers, Kolb) 19:14. Penalties: T-
Chambers (elbowing) 11:51; T -
Hicken (elbowing) 11:58.
Third Period Scoring: T-Hicken
(unassisted) 4:11; M - Hinnegan
(Kolb) 7:38; T-Hicken (Murchie,
Osburne) 9:23; T-Olah (Sinclair)
'11:32; M-Wilkie (Berenson, Coris-
tine) 13:21; M--Berenson (unassist-
ed) 18:03. Penalties: M-Morrison
(holding) 2:36; M-Morrison (charg-
ing) 10:33;, M-Kartusch (tripping)
MICHIGAN 3 2 3-8
TORONTO 0 0 3-3
Gray(M) 8 8 15-21
Deratney (T) 16 17 13-46

"We're starting off the season
against two rough teams, and it
should give us a chance to see how
good we really are."
These were the words of Michi-
gan wrestling coach Cliff Keen be-
fore he and his team boarded a
plane for the East Coast yesterday,'
all set to meet Hofstra in the open-
ing meet of the winter on Saturday
The Wolverine matmen then
tangle with Navy on Monday.
Tough Opposition
Although Keen admits that it's
difficult to size up the opposition
without having seen them in ac-
tion, he is counting on plenty of
top-notch mat competition.
"If they're as strong as their
news releases say they are, they'll
be tough to beat," said Keen, re-
ferring to recent rave notices from
the Hofstra campus.

-Daily-Ed Langs
NEAR GOAL-Michigan center Larry Babcock almost puts this shot into the net, but Toronto's
goalie George Deratney makes one of his many sensational saves of the evening. Michigan won the
game, 8-3, last night at Cobo Hall's Convention Arena in Detroit.

Cagers Battle Butler in Away Contest

The Flying Dutchmen report
that this year's personnel are ex-
perienced and have depth in prac-
ticallyall weight classes, and they
have plenty of examples to back it
Michigan's Carl Rhodes will get
a crack at Hofstra Middle Atlantic
Conference champion Don Han-
non as Keen pits the Fredricks-
burg, Va., sophomore against Han-
non in the 123-pound department.
The Dutchmen hail Hannon as
"one of the steadiest wrestlers in
Hofstra history."
In the 130-pound class Michigan
sends Nick Armelagos, a junior
from Allen Park, against Hofstra's
John Ryan.
Kellerman Star Veteran
Fritz Kellerman, a strength of
experience in the Maize and Blue
lineup, will tangle with Dutchman
junior John Hasemen at 137. Kel-
lerman is the only Wolverine on
this year's squad equipped with
not one, but two conference indi-
vidual titles. Last winter, as the
one previous, Kellerman grabbed
top Big Ten honors at 130 pounds.
The Wolverine veteran will have
his hands full against Haseman,
who took the Middle Atlantic Con-
ference championship at 137
pounds last winter after joining
the squad in February.
Sophomore Jimmy Keen, son of
the coach, will most likely be up
against Hofstra soph Bob Busby,
"weight for weight the strongest
man on the squad."
Muller Rough
Hofstra senior Richie Muller,
with a varsity record of 20 wins
out of 23 in dual meets, is sched-
uled to grapple with Wolverine
hopeful Wayne Miller, a Riverdale,
Ill., sophomore, in the 157-pound
Michigan captain Don Corriere,
another Wolverine strongman, can
count on some "talent-to-beat"in
the form of Don Hanington, Hof-
stra senior, who has dropped back
from the 177-pound division.

If any weaknesses can be found
in the Hofstra lineup its in the
highersweight classes. Three soph-
omores are battling for the top
spot at 177 pounds, the likely
candidate for Saturday's meet be-
ing Dave Padgett, from Freeport,
New York,
Padgett will face either Mike
Vuocolo or Bill Florence, a pair
of sophomores.
Jack Barden has moved into the
heavyweight spot for; Michigan
and will face either Al Passuello
or Joe MarkAnthony.
Middies Next
Keen and assistant coach Denny
Fitzgerald will send the Wolverine
grapplers against Navy, Monday,
a team that Keen sees as "one of
the best " wrestling teams in the
The Michigan lineup will be the
same against the Middles with the
exception of sophomore Gerald
Wilcox, who will move into the
130-pound spot.
Big Ten Says
No To Hollis
CHICAGO QP)- The Big Ten
refused today to grant, another
year of eligibility for quarterback
Wilburn Hollis of Iowa, a 1960
all-conference football selection,
who was injured in the second
game this fall and was out for
the remainder of the schedule.
Hollis had played a total of 25
minutes in the second game after
suffering a fractured wrist and
this length of time was a basis for
action by the faculty representa-
tives in rejecting Iowa's request
for another year of eligibility.
Another season of eligibility was
granted to Ron Vanderkelen, Wis-
consin quarterback; Larry Snyder,
NCAA and AAU champion gym-
nast of Iowa, and Tom Verth, In-
diana swimmer.

Special To The Daily
basketball team will attempt to
get back into the win column to-
night against a highly touted
Butler squad.
At the very least the game
should provide some indication of
how the Wolverines will fare

against Big Ten opponents, or at
least one Big Ten opponent --
namely Illinois. The Illini shrugged
off the worst football season in
their history and rather easily
handled the Bulldogs by a ten
point margin in the season opener
for both clubs.
Butler rebounded to hand a

Swimming Fun for All Today
With nening of Mi chigan Gala

Pact OK'd

ByBig Ten
(Continued from Page 1)
with the Big Five. But a Big Ten
loophole allows a team to exercise
an option of going to the Rose
Bowl on its own if invited.
This is how Minnesota went to
the New Year's game this year,
losing to Washington 17-7.
"I am highly pleased -with the
vote to enter negotiations, for I
think a contract is a very good
thing for both conferences. But in
negotiating we are assuming noth-
ing. We must take the initiative.
We think the West Coast is inter-
ested in us because it has been in
the past. We now have to make
the overtures.".
In San Francisco, Big Five Com-
missioner Tom Hamilton said:
"We'll be happy to meet with
Big Ten representatives and hear
their proposals. But we haven't set
up a meeting yet and I have no
idea what the Big Ten intends to
propose. Until then, we can't say
whether we're interested or not in
renewing any agreements."
A Rose Bowl negotiating com-
mittee was named. It included fac-
ulty representatives Robert Ray
of Iowa and John Mee of Indiana
and Athletic Directors Fritz Crisler
of Michigaii and Ike Armstrong of
Minnesota plus Commissioner
Faculty men and directors joint-
ly endorsed Indiana's appeal to the
NCAA council for lifting probation
on all sports except football. The
Hoosiers now are in the second of
a four-year penalty imposed by
the NCAA for recruiting violations.
The probation is on all sports al-
though there never has been evi-
dence that any sport but football
was involved.
Indiana is ineligible to compete
for any NCAA championship under
the penalty.

A full day of swimming and
diving entertainment par excel-
lence is in .store today for those
who attend the 27th annual Michi-
gan Gala at the Varsity pool.
The action gets under way with
the swimming preliminaries at
10:30 a.m. this Tnorning followed
by the diving prelims. The finals
in the 440-yd. freestyle take place
at 4:30 p.m. and in the diving
finals at 5:00 p.m. Finals in the
other events are at 8:00 p.m. with
the comedy diving interspersed
between the other two.
Admission is only one dollar for
students and $1.50 for general ad-
mission. This bargain ticket is
good for all sessions.
'M' Stars Perform
Participating from Michigan's
swimming team will be Bob Web-
ster, Olympic gold medal winner
in platform diving, Ron Clark,
NCAA 200-yd. backstroke cham-
pion, Dave Gillanders, 100 and
200-yd. NCAA butterfly winner,
and Alex Gaxiola. who was fifth
in the NCAA 200-yd. backstroke,
to name a few.
Three universities which will be
represented include Wayne, Toron-
to, and Western Ontario. Seven
swimming clubs will also have
members competing. They are De-
troit Park and Recreation Club,
Northwest Aquatic Club, Windsor
Swimming Club of Canada, Glass
City Swimming Club of Toledo,
Detroit Turners Swim Club, King-
fishers Diving Club of Akron,
Union Settlement Aquatic Club
Neptunes and the London YMCA.
Darkhorse Performer
One name to listen for, Gus
Stager, Michigan swimming coach
said yesterday, is Dave Road-
house from Glass City Aquatic
Club. "He has great potential,"
and is "in the same category as
Chet Jastremski," who broke the
world record in the 100 and 200
meter breaststroke and in the 110
and 220-yd. breaststroke last sum-
Outsiders Compete
Three notable swimmers from
other Big Ten schools, who are
swimming unattached today, are
Richard Gretzinger from Michigan
State-in the 200-yd. butterfly, and

tough New Mexico State team a
77-16 defeat. The Bulldogs turned
the trick mostly by stopping New
Mexico State's star center, 6'7"
George Knighton. The; man who
stoped him was 6'6" Jeff Blue and
the Wolverines may have trouble
stopping him.
Michigan, meanwhile, has also
split its first two games, whipping
Ball State and then losing to
Pennsylvania. Odds are that
Michigan will have to get back
the hot shootingit had in the
Ball State game and in the first
half of the Penn game in order to
stay with Butler.
Good Rebounders
Against New Mexico State, But-
ler hit on a fancy 32 out of 71
shots and ended up with 13 more
shots than the southwesterners.
The . latter fact would indicate
that the Wolverines will have to
improve the rebounding they
showed aganist Penn.
Bulldog coach Tony Hinkle has
indicated that this team could be
one of the finest in Butler his-
tory. Eight lettermen are back
from a team which compiled a 15-
11 mark last year and copped the
Indiana Collegiate Conference title.
Starters Return
One of last year's Bulldog wins
was a 68-16 victory over Michigan
in which it practically ran the
Wolverines right off the court. All
of the major contributors in that
win are back again this year, plus
Blue, so its merely a matter of
whether the Wolverines have im-
proved or not.
The big (?) man last year for
the Bulldogs was 5'8" Gerry Wil-
liamswho 'climbed all over John
Tidwell and held the Michigan
star to four points in the first
half. Tidwell eventually scored 22,
but by then the issue was no
longer in doubt. Not a shooting
star in that game, Williams went
on to set a Butler scoring mark
of 230 points for a season.
Shooting Percentage Tops
The Bulldogs also set an IC C

record of sinking just short of 49
per cent of their shots in 12 league
games. The team's leading sharp-
shooter is forward Tom Bownman,
who hit on 50 per cent of his
shots last year.
The Wolverines will have to also
watch their ball handling better
than they have in the first two
games. Butler parlayed Michigan
errors into ridiculously easy bas-
kets last year, which prompted
coach Dave Strack to comment,
coach Dave Strack to comment,
mouse game."
CHICAGO (1P) - An exhaustive
study of the causes of fatal foot-
ball injuries was announced today
by Armour Research Foundation
of the Illinois Institute of Tech-
nology. The foundation said 29
such fatalities have occurred this
The undertaking was applauded
at a news conference by Fritz
Crisler, Athletic Director of the
University of Michigan. He said:
"I think it is sorely needed, and
it is the concern of the rules
committee of the NCAA."
Crisler noted that head and
neck injuries have increased .82
per cent while internal injuries
to football players have receded.
"Very obviously something is
there, and I applaud what is being
done here to make the game as
safe as it can for the partici-
Under the first phase of the
Armour project, scientists headed
by Henry M. Pernini, senior design
engineer, will compile and study
existing information to establish
what performance protective head-
gear must achieve to be effective.
Data will be obtained through
medical records


SPLASHING AROUND-Michigan free-stylers waiting at the rail
who will compete in today's Michigan Gala include, from left to
right, John Espisito, Carlos Canepa, Tom Dudley, John Urbanscot,
Bill Darnton, John Dumont and Warren Uhlr.

two Ohio State freshmen, Bruce
Norvell and Ben Donaldson.
Two high school entries also
rate a good look according to
Stager. Jim MacMillan, a sprinter
from Detroit, won the 50-yd. and
was second in the 100-yd. free-
style in the Michigan AAU meet
held at East Lansing three weeks
ago. Pete Adams is a 15 year old
who "set the world on fire" ac-
cording to Stager at the same meet
when he turned in a 4.37 time in
finishing fourth in the 440-yd.
freestyle. He beat Michigan State's
Gretzinger and Michigan's John
Winners Unpredictable
Stager expects the 50-yd. and
100-yd. freestyle to be close races
because the Michigan competitors
in this event consistently have
all had around the same clock-
ing. Another race of interest will
be the 200-yd. butterfly, accord-
ing to Stager.

This will be the only meet of
the year in which the freshmen
can compete against the varsity.
and Stager predicted that "one
third or more of those who qualify
for the finals will be freshmen."
Interesting Show
So why not plan to spend some
time watching a spectacular water
event today (no one studies all
day Saturday). As Stager men-
tioned, "The Gala has become tra-
ditional. It has remained basically
the same but gets better each
We are now
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