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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1962

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 196~
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Coaches Get
Head Start
On Meetings
CHICAGO (P) - The Big Ten
football coaches will get a one-
week jump on the annual confer-
ence winter meeting with a one-
day session here Wednesday.
The conference conclave, includ-
ing the policy-making faculty rep-
resentatives and athletic directors,
will be held one week later than
4isual-starting"Thursday, Dec.. 13.
Most coaches have other com-
mitments after the first week of
December, so the solo session was
called.
Discussion Topics
Discussion topics include re-
cruiting, financial aid, eligibility,
rules and officiating.
The Big Ten's most important
contest, the Nov. 24 finale in which
Wisconsin edged Minnesota 14-9
for the conference title, brought
the Badgers' victory on two suc-
cessive infractions called against
the Gophers in the closing min-
utes.
Second Penalty Assessed
The second 15-yard penalty was
assessed against the Minnesota
bench after the Gopher tackle
Bobby Bell was called for roughing
Badger quarterback Ron Vander-
Kelen as he threw a pass which
was intercepted.
Recommendations of the coach-
es will be submitted to the athletic
directors for further action.
Schedule-making is not on the
agenda this meeting. Big Teri foot-
ball slates have been, drawn
through 1968. The conference
starts a 10-game season, one more
than presently played, in 1965
when all members will play a
minimum of seven conference
games with three outside contests.
SCORES
NBA
New York 99, Cincinnati 96
Chicago 106, St. Louis 93
NHL1
Detroit 5, Boston 3

FOR QUEENS COLLEGE SERIES:
Renfrew Realigns cM' Lines

Wolverines Face
Winless Butler
M' Cagers Seek Third Victory;
Buntin, Blue Clash in Center Duel

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By JIM BERGER
Michigan hockey coach Al Ren-
frew has shaken up his lines for
this week's series with Queens
University tonight and tomorrow
beginning at 8 p.m. at the Col-
iseum.
Renfrew has gone back to last
year's combinations for his set
up. Forwards Ron Coristine and
Gordon Wilkie who skated with
Red Berenson last year are back
together again. Sophomore Gary
Butler, Michigan's leading scorer
is the third man on this line.
Captain Larry Babcock is back

again with Tom Pendlebury. Soph-
omore Jack Cole is the third man
to this unit. Babcock and Pendle-
bury skated with Jerry Kolb last
year.
Michigan's third line will be
John McGonigal, Dave Butts, and
Roger Galipeau. Galipeau, a soph-
omore, skated as a forward last
Friday in the first encounter with
Michigan State, but due to a con-
cussion to defenseman Dave New-
ton, he moved to defense on Sat-
urday.
"We're going to use him at for-

ward because he can play both
pretty well, and we're short on
forwards," said Renfrew.
Newton is ready to go this week-
end and will join Don Rodgers,
Ross Morrison, and Wayne Kar-
tusch on defense. Bob Gray will
play in the nets for the Wolver-
ines.
Just Doesn't Know
Ay for the opposition, Renfrew
just doesn't know. "I really can't
say anything about them. They
beat McMaster last season and
McMaster tied Denver last Friday,
so they must have something,"
Renfrew said.
Renfrew is expecting a good
performance this weekend. "I
think the boys are ready, but of
course, I thought they were ready
last week," he said, "they worked
really hard in practice this week."

By TOM ROWLAND
Michigan entertains Butler to-
night, game time is 8:00, and the
sign in the Wolverine locker room
tells the story:
Butler-some scores to settle!!
1960-Butler 68, Michigan 56
1961-Butler 69, Michigan 61
And the Butler Big Three that
paced the Bulldogs to that eight-
point victory over the Wolverines
last winter are back: Tom Bow-
man, 6'4" forward who has scored
44 points against Michigan in the
past two years, Jeff Blue, 6'6" cen-

Big Eight, SWC Anticipate
Letter-of-Intent Agreement

Bulletin
DALLAS, Tex. (A)-Athletic
directors a nd head football
coaches of the Southwest Con-
ference endorsed the proposed
Southwest Conference-Big Eight
Conference agreement on re-
cruiting last night.
The athletic directors and
coaches also favored an inter-
conference letter of intent un-
der which all the major confer-
ences of the nation would have
a similar signing date and would
recognize each other's letters of
intent in order to cut down on
recruiting troubles.
The two conferences are dis-
cussing a mutual pre-enrollment
application whereby an athlete
will have to attend the school
with which he signs or suffer
loss of eligibility.
KANSAS-CITY (M)- An inter-
league agreement making the let-
ter of intent for college athletes
effective in both the Eig Eight and
Southwest Conferences likely will.
be announced tomorrow. at the
conclusion of the quarterly Big
Eight meeting.

Reaves E. Peters, Big Eight ex-
ecutive secretary, said Tuesday he
is confident the two conferences
will get together on common ef-
fective dates. Differing dates in
the two major college leagues are
the chief points to be reconciled,
The Big Eight adopted the let-
ter of intent rule, effective Jan.
1, at its last quarterly meeting in
October. A committee appointed
then has been conferring with
Southwest officials in an attempt
to work out an inter-league agree-
ment, first of its kind in the na-
tion.
Dates Set
The Big Eight set its signing
dates as Feb. 15 for football and
April 15 for basketball. The South-
west likes an earlier date for foot-
ball but Peters is confident a com-
promise can be worked out.
Once a high school athlete signs
a letter of intent signifying he will
a t t e n d a certain conference
school, he can't change his mind
and go to , another conference
school without penalty.
Without inter-league agree-
ments, however, the athlete still
may jump to another conference.
Peters and the Big Eight faculty
representatives and athletic direc-
tors hope the proposed Big Eight-
SWC agreement will lead to sim-
ilar agreements among the major
conferences. Peters said this could
come at the annual National Col-
legiate Athletic Association con-
vention in January.
Smaller Schools Opposed
The smaller schools in the NCAA
have blocked a national letter of
intent, feeling it would hurt their
chances of getting players.
Peters said many college ath-
letic leaders now feel the answer
is agreements between all the ma-
jor conferences on a letter of in-
tent, or pre-enrollment plan, as it
is called in some areas. The two
differ in some respects, but both
have the same objective-to save
money and reduce high pressure
recruiting of high school boys.

However, the Michigan mentor
will be looking beyond the con-
fines of the Coliseum as two im- i
'portant Western Collegate Hockey'
Assocation clashes will be taking
place, at East Lansing and Hough-
ton.
Host North Dakota
The Spartans will host North
Dakota, slated to be a top con-
tender in this year's league battle.
Fresh from two wins at Ann Arbor
the Spartans will be hoping to
start North Dakota's WCHA1
schedule in the same manner as
they started Michigan's.
Denver, the other top conten-
der for this year's race, will be at
Michigan Tech in a perennially
tough battle. The Huskies were,
National and WCHA champions'
last season but split a series with
a surprisingly tough Minnesota:
team last weekend.
Two years ago when Denver won
its second straight National title,
the only time they lost was on one
of the games with Tech, at Hough-
ton.
Denver will be Michigan's next!
opponent in a two-game home
series next weekend.
Mlini Assistant
Screened for
Big EightPost'
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (P) - Chuck
Flynn, assistant to the president
at the University of Illinois, has
been interviewed by a Big Eight
screening committee for the job
as conference commissioner.
Big Eight Commissioner Reaves
Peters retires next spring.
Illini football coach Pete Elliott
has been among those mentioned
for the job but said he has not
been approached. Elliott formerly
was assistant coach at Oklahoma
and head coach at Nebraska in the
Big Eight.

ter and top rebounder averaging
17 points a game this year, and
guard Gerry Williams who scored
23 points against Utah State last
week.
Win-wise the Bulldogs haven't
been too impressive this winter-
they've lost three in as many
starts to Illinois, Toledo, and Utah
State by an average of 13 points
each game.
A Better Team
"They're a better team than
that," points out Michigan assis-
tant coach Jim Skala. "Because
their coach, Tony Hinkle, is also
the football coach, Butler is
known to get off to slow starts.
With three loses this year they'll
be coming on hungry."
Coach Hinkle apparently sees
things in a more pessimistic light.
After being drubbed 73-57 by
Toledo this winter he commented
that "it was about the same thing
for us tonight as it was against
Illinois (66-49). We just aren't
the possessive type club we were
last year."
Bulldog forward Bowman is a
dead-eye on the jump shot. After
his 21-point show against the
Wolverines last season Michigan
assistant coach Tom Jorgenson re-
marked that "I think he's the best
shooter I've ever seen."
Under the backboards Butler
will count on Blue to halt Mich-
igan's Bill Buntin. Skala calls the
Bulldog pivot man a "strong,
tough center. He's as good as any
we'll face this year." The heights
are about even, Buntin holding a
one inch advantage over the 6'6"
Blue.
Directs Attack
Guard Williams directs the Bull-
dog attack. Called a "really fine
basketball player" by Skala, Wil-
liams made his name in Michigan
sports history with a great de-
fensive job on Wolverine star John
Tidwell two years ago, holding the
Michigan ace to four points in the
first half. Williams set a Butler
scoring mark that year with 230
points for the season.
The Bulldogs are after a third
straight Indiana Collegiate Con-
ference title this winter. Ball State,
a team that provided Michigan
with its first win this season, is
in the same conference-the Bull-
dogs defeated Ball State twice
last year by scores of 87-86 and
61-58.
Same Starters
Michigan will go with the same
starting team that has brought the
Wolverines victories over Ball
State and Creighton in the first
two games this winter. Buntin,
hitting at a 23 point-per-game
clip, will be flanked by forwards
Torn Cole and John Harris. Harris,
held scoreless against Ball State,
swished 13 points in the 81-62
victory over Creighton.
Junior guards Bob Cantrell and
Doug Herner will be at the out-
court spots.

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Notre Dame 101, St. Francis (Pa) 70
Wabash 93, Illinois Tech 67
Ball State 83, No. Illinois 51
Pittsburgh 66, Kent State 58
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