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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1962

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1962 THE MICHIGAN flAITY

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IMPORTANT SERIES:
Wolverine Icers Ready To Face Denver
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By MIKE BIXBY
Michigan's hockey team will be
at full strength for'the vital series
with Denver this weekend, with
the exception of captain Larry
Babcock.
Coach Al Renfrew said yester-
day that no new injuries were in-
curred in the series last weekend
with Queens University, and that
all of the players who were in-
jured prior to the Queens game
have recovered.
Can't Play
Babcock will not be able to play
as a result of his game misconduct
penalty in the second Michigan
State game. Any player ejected
from a game for fighting must sit
out the next league game. Bab-
cock's scoring ability, as well as
his leadership, will be missed this
Friday night. He led last Friday's
rout of Queens by scoring a three-
goal hat trick.
Renfrew shuffled his lines for
the Queens series, and he is
pleased with the results.
"I think the lines will be better
this way," he said, "and I think
we will have more scoring power."
The first line consists of Gor-
don Wilkie, Ron Coristine and
Gary Butler. On the second line,
Roger Galipeau will replace Bab-
cock on Friday night and skate
with Tom Pendlebury and Jack
Cole.
CDave Butts, John McConigal and
George Forrest will work together
as the third line. Forrest is taking

Galipeau's place when he moves
to the second line.
Respectable
Denver will be quite a test for
Michigan's icers. Coach Renfrew
has a great deal of respect for
them. "If we can defeat Denver,"
he stated, "I think we can beat
anyone in the league." He feels
that they are an improved team
over last year.
"They have some extra men this
year, and the fighting for positions
always makes for sharper play."
Denver is already here in Ann
Arbor. The team came here direct-
ly from Michigan Tech and a split
of the two-game series there. The
quarter is over at Denver, so the
team can afford to spend a week
here rather than make two trips
from Colorado to Michigan.
Renfrew watched their workout
this morning and admitted, "They
looked very tough, we'll have a
real battle on our hands."
State Sparked
Commenting on the first start
the Spartans of Michigan State
have gotten, Renfrew agreed that
they have a fine team, but recalled
Pro Grid
Standings
NFL
EASTERN DIVISION

the fact that their scoring leader,
Claude Fournel, runs out of eligi-
bility on Jan. 7. "They're losing a
fine one in that Frenchman," he
said. "His goals have accounted
for two of their three league vic-
tories."
The games with Queens didn't
help Renfrew draw any conclu-
sions about his team other than
the apparent success of his line-
juggling. Michigan's two victories,
by 12-1 and 9-3 scores, served
mainly as a booster for the Wol-
verine scoring totals.
Renfrew was sorry that Queens
didn't provide more of a test for
the Michigan icers. "They were a
lot tougher last year," he men-
tioned. Queens gave a real fight
to some WCHA teams in games
last season, but apparently they
lost much by graduation.

SCORES
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Detroit 93, Xavier 75
Missouri 52, Indiana 51
Toledo 63, Eastern Kentucky 55
Indiana St. 87, Wisconsin 86
Tulane 82, Rice 78
Kansas 75, Wyoming 57
Creighton 90, West Texas St. 65
Florida St. 72, Alabama 63
Bowling Green 97, Western Ontario 46
Nebraska 78, State Col. of Iowa 59
Tulsa 85, Florida 79
Drake 74, Iowa State 52
Loyola (Chicago) 107, Wisconsin-
Milwaukee 47
Bradley 79, Murray (Ky) 78
Mississippi St. 83, Louisiana Col. 59
St. Louis 65, Iowa 58
NBA
Detroit 109, Chicago 100
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DOES IT AGAIN-Gary Butler (18), first-line flash for the Wol-
verines, scores another against goalie Doug Norkum of Queens U.
Butler was one of the top goal-producers in the two-game set with
Queens, pushing across four of Michigan's 21 tallies.

BIG TEN SCRAMBLED:
Sophs To Enliven Cage Race

x-New York
Pittsburgh
Cleveland
Washington
Dallas
Philadelphia
St. Louis

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.500 278 247
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.250 247 311
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WESTERN DIVISION

By STU DEUTSCH
With the loss of most of the
established Big Ten super-stars
due to graduation, this year's
basketball race promises to be a
close one throughout the season,
with surprises and mild upsets
probably keeping the top scram-
bled.
Ohio State, conference cham-
pions for the last three years, last
Jerry Lucas, John Havlicek, and
Mel Howell, the reasons for their
championship. But they still have
6'8" Gary Bradds, Lucas' stand-in
last year and a trio of seasoned
seniors in Doug McDonald, Jim
Doughty, and Dick Reasbeck,
*along with sophomores Dick Rick-
etts, Tom Bowman and 6'6" Jim
Shaffer. They have lost a lot, but,
especially after their victory last
Saturday over West Virginia, can
still be expected to stay near the
top.
Veterans Back
Wisconsin, who last year was
the only Big Ten team to beat
Lucas and friends, has a solid vet-
eran team to try to rise from
runner-up to champion. Seniors
Ken KSiebel and Tom Gwyn and
juniors Don Hearden, Jack Brens,
and Mike Melia make up the first
unit. However, an early season
defeat to Arizona seems to indicate
that a weak bench could cost them
close games.

Purdue lost Terry Dischinger,
but still has Mel Garland, last
year's top-scoring sophomore, and
Phil Dawkins. But they pin their
hopes on the development of three
sophomores, Rod Hicks, Ron
Hughes, and Bob Purkhiser.
Nelson Gone
Iowa, tied with Illinois and In-
diana for fourth place last year,
has lost Don Nelson, and must
depend upon soph guards Jim
Rogers and Fred Riddle, and a
great improvement from junior
Jerry Messick, '68" center, to take
up the slack. Other returnees Joe
Reddington, Andy Hankins and
Mat Szykowny, the Hawkeye quar-
terback will probably not be
enough to keep Iowa in fourth
place.
Illinois, with three talented
sophomores, Bogie Redmon, Skip
Thoren, and Tal Brody all press-
ing to start along with seniors
Dave Downey, Bill Burwell and Bill
Small, who all ranked within the,
top 12 scorers last year, will stay
at or near the top the whole
season.
Look-Alikes
Indiana figures to confuse its
opponents by playing identical
sophomore twins Tom and Dick
Van Arsdale, two of the most
highly touted rookies in the Big
Ten. Along with high-scoring Jim1
Rayl and Tom Bolyard, they could

confuse the conference enough to
win the title.
Minnesota, seventh last year,
threatens to jam the top of the
standings further. With Eric Mag-
danz, who averaged 25 points per
game last year, is Tom McGrann
and several returning reserves.
Three sophomores, Mel Northway
at 6'7", Terry Kunze, and Paul
Pederson, will further strengthen
the team. Count them as dark-
horses or spoilers, but don't count
them out.
The Cellar
Michigan State and Northwest-
ern, who tied for last place, seem
destined to remain there. The
Wildcats, with soph center Jim
Pitts at 6'8", and juniors Rick
Lopossa, Rich Falk, Dennis Han-
sen, and Phil Keeley will be better,
but not as much as several other
teams.

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Chicago
San Francisco
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Minnesota
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11 2 0 .846 315 174
8 5 0 .615 318 287
6 7 0 .462 272 318
6 7 0 .462 251 271
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1 1 1 .083 203 314
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New York 17, Cleveland 13
St. Louis 52, Dallas 20
Green Bay 31, San Francisco 21
Chicago 30, Los Angeles 14.
Detroit 37, Minnesota 23
Pittsburgh 26, Philadelphia 17
AFL
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W L T Pct. Pts. OP
Houston 10 3 0 .769 343 260
Boston 9 3 1 .750 346 275
Buffalo 7 6 1 .538 369 272
New York 5 8 0 .385 268 379
WESTERN DIVISION
W L T Pct. Pts. OP
Dallas 10 3 0 .769 363 216
Denver 7 7 0 .500 353 334
San Diego 4 9 0 .308 297 366
Oakland 0 13 0 .000 193 370
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 20, San Diego 14
Houston 32, Oakland 17
Dallas 17, Denver 10

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