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PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, 22 JANUARY 1965

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Hockey Squad Meets ColoradoFACES
Gymnasts To',Open

By JIM TINDALL of Warren Fordyce, Bob Magie,
and Glen Blumer. These three are
Michigan's hockey team jour- also the individual scoring leaders
neys to Colorado Springs this for Colorado. Magie has five
weekend to tangle with the Tigers points on four goals and one as-
of Colorado College. sist. Blumer also has five points,
The Colorado series marks the on three goals and two assists.
Wolverines return to WCHA play Fordyce leads the team in assists
after two consecutive victories over with four. In overall play these
nonconference opponent Minneso- Tigers have tallied 21, 16, and 14
ta-Duluth. points respectively.
The Blue are presently in fifth Second Best
place in the conference standings The CC "St. Paul" line is re-
with a 2-4 record. The victories garded by Coach Johnson as his
were against Minnesota and Den- second best scoring threat. This
ver. Michigan's conference losses line is made up of Dave Peterson,
have come at the hands of Min- Jeff Sauer, and Steve Ebert.
nesota, Denver and twice from On defense the Tigers will use
North Dakota. O Dick Garvey Dave Scrim, Roger
Colorado College is presently in Simon and Bob Otto. Otito was
the cellar of, the WCHA with ajSmoad Bobto.dOtnsewas
1-3 record. The Tigers are tied just moved to the defense last
with last year's NCAA runner-up weekend for the Michigan State
to the Wslver'sAAenner-pseries. Overall, CC has 13 re-
Wolverines, Denver. turning lettermen.
Last year the Tigers finished Mike Carter, CC goalie, is tied
sixth in conference play with a with Michigan goalie Greg Page
4-11-1'mark, while Michigan led with a goals per game average
the conference with a 12-2 stan- of 5.7. But Page has made 156
dard. The Wolverines won both saves, third highest in the league,
encounters with Colorado last year while Carter has only been called
by scores of 12-2 and 14-0. on to make 68 stops.
Colorado picked up its first vic- Four in Ninth
tory of the season last weekend as Four Wolverines are tied for
they bested Michigan State 3-1. ninth in WCHA scoring with six
The Tigers were not able to keep points: captain Wilfred Martin,
up that pace on Saturday, how- five goals and one assist; Mel
ever, as they were beaten by the Wakabayashi, three goals and
Spartans by a score of 10-3. three assists; Pierre . Dechaine,
The highest scoring line for the f6ur goals and two assists; .and
Tigers has been the combination Alex Hood, three goals and three
'M' Cagers kmprove
Last Year's Markis

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Dechaine will be centering Michi
gan's three lines at Colorado
Springs this weekend.
Coach Al Renfrew drilled his
charges this week with an em-
phasis on cutting down the num-
ber of errors the Blue have been
making in their own ice. The team
worked on back checking and
passing for a good part of the
week.
Renfrew was pleased with the
team's performance last weekend
against Minnesota-Duluth as the
Blue came back from a deficit
twice to win going away.
The Wolverines will continue
their WCHA and Big Ten season
this Wednesday as they travel to
Michigan State to take on the
Spartans. Michigan State is pres-
ently 2-2 in WCHA play. They
have split two series with Min-
nesota and Colorado College.
FIRST BIG TEST:

Conference Season

By NIKKI SCHWARTZ 1
Michigan's gymnastics squad,
seeking to extend its Big Ten1
championship streak to "5 in:
'65," opens its conference seasonl
against Ohio State today at 41
p.m. in the main gym of the IM
Building.
The Buckeyes have an 0-2 sea-
son record, losing to Iowa last}
week in the starting meet of their
Big Ten season. OSU star, Dick
Petrillo, had the highest score
notching 85 on the rings.
The Wolverines will have theirt
first chance this season to de-
fend their title and they are ready
and anxious to get started. Coach
Newt Loken's gymnasts have taken

S.G.C. Resolution
on Theatre
Price Increase
FACT: The Butterfield Theatre Chain recently
admission for single features from $1.00 to $1.25
Arbor movie houses.

the crown regularly since 1961,
but this year a new method of se-
lection has been introduced. In
the past, the team and individual
champions were selected in the
Big Ten meet. This year the team
title winner will be chosen on the
basis of the school's dual meet
record with the individual cham-
pions to be chosen at the Confer-
ence meet at Champaign, Ill.,
March 5-6.
Ten Back
Although Loken lost several
stars from his 1964 championship
team, he has 10 returning letter-
men and a group of sophomores
that showed their talents in last
week's meet with Eastern Michi-
gan.
Ohio State is relying heavily
on the returning talent of Steve
Greenberg, Rudy Schrocer and
Tom Blackstone. Greenberg is an
all-around star who scored in the

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in all three Ann

WILFRED MARTIN

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111
By LYNN METZGER hurts them more in a meet of
relays than in a dual meet, Stager
"Saturday's meet against Mich- said.
igan State will be the first big . Stager feels that the Spartans
test for the Wolverines," com- have some really fine swimmers
mented swimming coach G u s in Dick Gretzinger, Jim MacMil-
Stager yesterday. lan and Gary Dilley.
Stager went on to say, "If I Senior Gretzinger is a two-time
were to evaluate each team, man All-American who swims the free-
for man, I think we would have style, butterfly and individual
a one or two point advantage but medley. MacMillan is a sprinter
that advantage is decimated be- who was named the outstanding
cause the meet will be held in the swimmer of the team last year.
Spartans' pool." Dilley, a sophomore, placed second
This will be the second time in the 200-meter backstroke in
this season that Michigan will be -----__
swimming against State. The two'
teams met earlier in the Big Ten GG i d r
relays, Michigan finished firstE
and the Spartans were far behind ;L t
in third place.Wi Le t r
Stager feels that Michigan State
is more of 'a threat to the Wol-

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V a1 1 high 80's in longhorse against the
Hawkeyes this season. Teammates
Blackstone and Schrocer present
the Olympics this year. tough competition in floor exer-
Another bright spot for the cise and parallel bars.
Spartan team is the return of the
entire 400-yard freestyle relay Michigan's 16-man squad will
team of last year. The relay squad hit the Buckeyes withan even bal-
is composed of MacMillan, Darryle hnce Buees anve.bHigh
Kifer, Gretzinger, and Bob Sher- ance of veterans and novices. High
wood. The relay team finished baaenderajnio s on Cashm n
first in the Big Ten champion- combine with top sophomore tal-
ships last spring and were all comineth tho ore tal-
accorded All-American honors. Voort and Ken Williams. Past
Michigan State will be after its NCAA and Big Ten floor exercise
fourth victory in 42 attempts winner Mike Henderson is com-
against the Wolverines. The last peting again this year as is Rich
time the Spartans beat Michigan Blanton.
was in 1956 and Stager holds an
8-1 edge over coach Charles Mc- H
Caffee.NHL Standings
Stager will be counting on key
performances .from sprinters Bob ,w L T Pts. GF GA
Hoag, Rich Walls and Bill Croft. Montreal 22 11 7 51 124 100
Chicago 22 15 7 49 137 108
Olympian Bill Farley will be Toronto 18 15 10 46 123 103
swimming the distance freestyle Detroit 19 16 9 44 114 108
for the Wolverines. New York 14 20 8 36 103 129

PRINCIPLE: Student Government Council believes that students gen-
erally are opposed to the admission price increase and believes that
they hove some justification for this position. Further, SGC opposes
policy changes in all areas of campus life which are implemented when
students are not in Ann Arbor. The price increase is an example of such
conduct; the price hike having become effective during Christmas
vacation. Student Government Council believes that it, as representa-
tives of the Student Body, must accept responsibility for expressing
displeasure to the management of the Butterfield Theatres, and to
attempt to secure a price reduction through responsible negotintion.
ACTION
1. Student Government Council urges all students attending Michigan
Theatre on Friday night. January 22 to attend the 6:30 P.M. showing
and remain in the theatre for an extra half hour beyond the end of the'
movie. While in the theatre SGC requests the students to maintain
orderly conduct. SGC makes this request in order to demonstrate to
the management of the Butterfield Theatres that it has widespread
student support in its demand for a price reduction.
2. SGC requests that the management of the Butterfield Theatres in
Ann Arbor meet with representatives of Student Government Council
immediately to hear student demands for a price reduction.
3. SGC requests that the management of the Butterfield Theatres ;ssue
a public statement explaining the rationale for the price increase.
5. SGC asks that this be the sole extent of public student action until
Wednesday, January 27, thus giving SGC and Butterfield Theatres
one week to reach an acceptable agreement before further action is
taken.
6. All student organizations are requested to encourage their members
to support SGC action in response to the price increase.
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By CARL ROBINSON
The Big Ten schedule has
hardly started, but the Michigan
basketball squad has reached the
half-way point in its regular sea-
son.
Comparison of a team's per-
formance at the midway mark to
the performance of a past team
often yields interesting results.
Michigan's opponents are get-
ting fewer shots but are making a
greater percentage than last year's
opposition. Last year's foes aver-
aged 71 shots a game, hitting
only 41 per cent for .an average
Figures

Russell, g R
Buntin, c
Darden, f
Tregoning, f
Thompson, g
Pomey, A
Myers, c
Dill, c
Ludwig, g
Clawson, g
Brown, g
Tilotson, f
Bankey, g
Adams, g
Mich. Totalss
Opp. Totals7

FGA
257
186
116
115
80
55
79
24
8
25
1
3
1
955
797

FG FT
128 68
87 51
49 15
50 14
36 6
27 5
27 9'
14 10
3 0
12 4
0 1
0 2
0 2
0 0
433 187
356 183

RB.
108
127
92
89
15
54
57
18
1
12.
5
4
1
0
645
463

Ave.
27.0
18.6
9.5
9.5
6.5
4.9
5.3
5.4
0.8
2.8
0.3
0.5
0.3
0.0
87.7
74.6

the grade from the floor.
Although both squads. easily
outrebounded their opposition,
there is a marked difference in
the number of those rebounds that
reappeared in the form of extra
shots. The '65 version have aver-
aged 15 more rebounds than. their
challengers and 13 more shots;
the '64 crew grabbed 11 more per
game with only 3 extra shots ap-
pearing on the charts.
Who Else?
High scorer for the Wolverines
is Cazzie Russell, whose 27 point
average betters his clip of last
year. Leading rebounder on the
team is Bill Buntin whose 10.7
snatches and 18.6 points are both
down from last year's totals. Rus-
sell, the second leading rebounder,
is averaging fractions of a re-
bound per game better than his
sophomore efforts, with 9.
Oliver Darden and Captain
Larry Tregoning are tied for third
in the scoring column with 9.5
points per game. Darden has 92
rebounds this year while' Tregon-
ing has 89.
[scoEs
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Florida 86, Miami 69
Quantico Marines 114, Ft. Meade 98
Salem (W Va) 80, Davis & Elkins 68
Bethel 84, Lipscomb80
COLLEGE HOCKEY
Providence 13, New Hampshire 3
NBA
Philadelphia ill, San Francisco 102

verines in a dual meet because of Thirty-nine gridders on Bump
several top swimmers it has. The Elliott's Rose, Bowl championship
Spartans lack depth and this squad have earned varsity letters
for the 1964 season.
The Wolverine award winners
are as follows:
MelWAnthony, Don Bailey, Mike Bass,
Dave Butler, Tom Cecchini, Jim Con-
Bow man ley, Barry Dehlin, Jim Detwiler, Forest
O'lD aviL sl~ (Frosty) Evashevski, Ben Farabee, Dave
Fisher, Mike Gorte, Richard Hahn, John
Henderson, Jeff Hoyne, Bill Keating,
WICHITA, Kan. O/P) - Wichita Stanley Kemp, Charles Kines, Craig
State University basketball play- Kirby, Bill Laskey, Louis Lee, Tom
ers Nate Bowman and Gerald Da- Mack. Gerald Mader, John Ma'rcum,
Bob Mielke, Bill Muir, Frank Nunley,
vis have been dismissed from the Brian Patchen, Dick Rindfuss, Arnold
team, Coach Gary Thompson an Simkus, Steve Smith, Rick Sygar, Rob-
nounced late yesterday. ert Timberlake, Rick Volk, Carl Ward,
mIson declined to elaborate Dick Wells Clayton Wilhite, John Yanz
Thomson eclied o elborae }and Bill Yearby.
immediately. The Wolverines will elect their
The university's athletic coordi- 1965 captain at a squad meeting
nator, Bob Donaldson, said the two Tuesday afternoon, January 26.
players still are officially scholas- ---- - - - -
tically eligible.
University students, he said, -finest quality laundry-
have just finished final tests on
their first semester work and the COATS
grades are expected to be out{
Monday. and A14
"These could have a bearing ES
on the eligibility for the second D E
semester," Donaldson said.
plain

Blue Swimmers
Captain Ed Bartsch and sopho-'
more Russ Kingery will be Mich-
igan backstrokers. S o p h o m o r e
Paul Ccheerer will be swimming
the breaststroke. Olympic silver
medal winner Carl Robie will lead
the attack in the butterfly and:
individual medley.
The Wolverines have had a
week's rest since their 76-25 vic-
tory over Purdue and, except for:
some illness, will be ready for to-
morrow's meet that starts at
1 p.m.

Boston 10 28 4 24 92 145
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
D~etroit 3, Boston 0
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of 59.4 points from the floor..This
year's competitiors are firing at
a .446 clip averaging nearly the
same total.
Overall scoring totals have this
years opponents bettering last
season's, 77.6- 75.3 points per
game.
Moving Up
The Wolverines themselves are
up from almost all of last year's
figures. The team has been aver-
aging 87.7 points and 54 rebounds,
hitting 45.3 per cent from the
floor and 74.5 per cent from the
free throw line. By contrast, last
year's crew averaged 84.6 points
and 52.5 rebounds, while hitting
47 and 70 per cent from the floor
and. charity line, respectively.
The present squad leads in free
throw per cent, but does not make

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