THE MICHIGAN DAILY
4. 1963 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN
Icers Travel to Minnesota
NCAA Expected to Pass Anti-AAU Rule:
Penalty for Entering Unsanctioned Meets
WANTED-B EXECUTIVE TRAINEES
By BILL BULLARD
Michigan's hockey team will
travel to Minneapolis for games
with Minnesota tonight and to-
morrow night for the first time
since the hard fought, penalty-
filled games at Minneapolis two
The two games created consid-
erable bitterness between the two
teams and the second game was
the scene of a near riot as the
game ended. Because of this situ-
ation, last season's Michigan-
Minnesota series was cancelled.
Minnesota won the Friday night
game on January 13, 1961 by a 4-2
score. Michigan bounced back the
following night to win by the same
The first night was one of frus-
tration for the Wolverines. While
the Gophers received only two
penalties during the game, the
Wolverines had twelve. Michigan
was shorthanded 13 minutes and
21 seconds of the 20-minute sec-
ond period. Throughout the game
the Wolverines were unable to get
their offense in' gear due to the
Minnesota scored its fourth goal
of the game on an open Michigan
net with 17 seconds to play. Michi-
gan's Red Berenson cinched the
second game similarly on a goal
into Minnesota's open net with
two seconds to play. The defeat
was Minnesota's first league loss
and dropped the Gophers from
first to second in the WCHA. With
this goal Berenson completed his
three-goal hat trick and the ex-
cited red-head jubilantly threw
his stick accidentally into the
crowd. This action gave Berenson
a 10-minute misconduct penalty.
As the game ended, the Minne-
sota players attempted to get at
Berenson as did many of the 8,409
rowdy fans at Williams Arena.
Berenson was the object of pop-
corn boxes and programs while in
the penalty box and also after the
game. In the melee after the game,
a fan took a swing at Michigan
Captain Dale MacDonald. Lines of
police had to protect the Michigan
players from the fans.
After Friday's game, Minnesota
Coach John Mariucci said that
despite the 12 penalties given the
Wolverines, "They could have had
ten more penalties." He also called
the Michigan hockey players "dir-
ty" and "vicious."
This season the Wolverines en-
ter the two Minnesota contests
with a 5-3 overall record and a 1-31
WCHA record. Minnesota is 1-1 in
league standings and comes
straight from winning the cham-
pionship of the Rensselaer Poly-
technic Institute Tournament.
Loyal Maize and Blue hockey
fans may be delighted to learn,
that Minnesota comes here for a
pair of games to start off a home
stand early in February
LOS ANGELES ()-The an-
nual conventions of the NCAA
begin here today with every in-
dication that the fuse will be lit1
to more fireworks in the three-
year struggle with the AAU over
control of amateur sports.
It was a year ago, at this same1
meeting in Chicago, that the
NCAA gave unanimous endorse-
ment to creation of U. S. federa-
tions in track and field.
The NCAA's latest move, ex-
pected to be approved at the final
business session next Wednesday,
is an amendment to its bylaws:
that would make a collegian in-
eligible for NCAA championship
events for one year if he com-
petes in an open event that hasn't
been sanctioned by the appropri-
ate U.S. federation.
Both Chick Werner, executive
director of the U.S. Track and3
Field Federation, and Don Hull,
executive director of the AAU,i
conceded yesterday that the in-
eligibility rule would drastically
cut participation by collegians in
the AAU-sanctioned indoor track
and field season which opens Jan.
12 in Boston.
None of the big Eastern indoor
meets has sought Federation sanc-
"They are perfectly legitimate'
meets, and we would be perfectly
willing to sanction them if we
were asked," Werner said.
"But my understanding is that
the AAU has told the promoters
they would withdraw their sanc-
tion if ours was obtained."
"I think they want to take the
college kids out of any events
they can't make money on," said
Hull. "They have seen how much
they can make with a football
Hull called the proposed legisla-
tion "undemocratic and unpatrio-
tic" and added that the action
"indicates the powerful executive
committee of the NCAA places its
greed for power above United
States victory in international
Hull said since participation in
open meets of the federation
makes athletes ineligible for in-
ternational competition, the NCAA
is "deliberately making its ath-
letes ineligible for the United
States Olympic team."
Despite all the signs of war,
there is still an opportunity that
arbitration could solve the strug-
Yesterday the White House an-
nounced that the AAU has accept-
ed President Kennedy's appeal for
arbitration by Gen. Douglas Mac-
Presidential press s e c r e t a r y
Pierre Salinger said the NCAA
also has indicated its willingness
to arbitrate, but the President so
far has not received a formal
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The Ups and Downs of
The past year held many ups
and downs for Michigan varsity
teams and their fans. It included
Big Ten titles in gymnastics,
hockey, tennis, and outdoor track,
not to mention an NCAA title in
baseball. It also included the
worst football season since 1936.
In this, the first issue of the New
Year, The Michigan Daily sports
staff reviews the headlines of 1962.
Jan. 4-Gus Stager fears mighty
Indiana; Michigan Cagers slump.
Jan 6-Hockey team loses to
Michigan Tech for first loss-
honeymoon over; Basketball team
loses Big Ten opener to Illinois.
Jan. 12-Basketball coach Dave
Strack says he'll show up against
Ohio State. .
Jan. 16-Tom Cole sinks last
second free throw to beat Iowa,
56-55-Daily writer said it would
give confidence for MSU game.
Jan. 17-Mat burns in Yost
Field House, firemen unfortunately
put out fire.
Jan. 20-'M' cagers, perhaps
confident, lose to Michigan State.
Feb. 10-Denver completes two
game sweep of Michigan to push
Wolverines back to second.
Feb. 13-Ohio State won 24th
in row for record, beating Michi-
Feb. 18-Hockey team beats
Denver for first time in five years;
Basketball team beat Wisconsin
for second time to continue weird
Feb. 22-AAU invites NCAA to
meeting; Daily writer says Michi-
gan swimmers need help from
Indiana to finish second.
Feb. 24-Gymnasts have 6-1
record-beat Michigan State.
Feb. 25-Wrestlers end dual
meet season at 8-2-1 with loss to
Feb. 26-Hockey coach Al Ren-
frew has to help lay the ice at
Cobo Hall for an exhibition game.
Feb. 27-Basketball team scores
record 110 points in beating In-
Feb. 28-Icers beat West Ger-
mans at Cobo Hall on bad ice.
Mar. 2--Big Ten rejects round-
Mar. 4-Gymnasts win second
straight Big Ten title; Iowa wins
frestling title, Michigan second;
Hockey team finishes second to
Michigan Tech in WCHA; Red
Berenson ties all-time Michigan
scoring mark with 40th goal in
losing cause; Track team loses
indoor title to Wisconsin; Indiana
easily wins Big Ten swimming
title, Michigan second.
Mar. 7-Cagers can still finish
Mar. 11-Purdue's Terry Dis-
chinger closes career with last
second shot to leave Michigan in
Mar. 16-Icers lose to Clarkson
to end NCAA hopes; Stager pre-
dicts 53-52 dual swim win over
Mar. 18-Indiana swamps Mich-
Mar. 25-Michigan baseball team
faces rebuilding year.
Mar. 27-Berenson signs pro-
fessional contract with Montreal.
Apr. 1-Swimming team finishes
fourth in NCAA; Gym team is
Apr. 21-Michigan baseball team
loses Big Ten opener to eventual
Apr. 24-Tra-k coach Don Can-
ham vows doom of the Amateur
Wait 'Til Fall
May 13-Michigan football team'
ends unimpressive spring football
session with unimpressive spring
football game. Noticeable lack of
May 15-Bennie McRae, football
June 1-Michigan whips West-
ern to advance to NCAA finals.
June 25-Baseball team wins
July 10-Baseball team finally
ends season with 40-16 record af-
ter adding World title in Hawaii.
Aug. 8-Matt Mann, one of the
world's greatests wimming coaches,
and one of the most brilliant men
in Michigan sports history, dies.
Sept. 15-Bump Elliott insists
his team has too many sophomores
and not enough talent to win
many football games.
Sept. 20-Canham vows doom of
Sept. 25-Elliott says he'll know
more about his team after seeing
them in action against Nebraska.
Sept. 28-Don Lund resigns as
baseball coach to take post as
Tiger farm director.
Sept. 29-Whole world knows
more about the team as Nebraska
Oct. 20-Elliott changed his of-
fense and tried anew quarterback,
Bob Timberlake. Result: a 37-0
loss to Purdue.
Oct. 22-Elliott says Bob Tim-
berlake will stay at quarterback.
Oct. 27-Timberlake was at
halfback and Frosty Evashevski at
quarterback as Michigan was shut
out for the third straight time,
17-0, by Minnesota.
Nov. 3-Another new offense
and another quarterback, Bob
Chandler. Same result: 34-12 loss
Nov. 9-Bookies make Illinois
a football favorite for the first
time in two years.
Nov. 10-Michigan won its first
Big Ten game with a 14-0 crusher.
Nov. 17-Team plays best game
of season in 28-14 loss to Iowa.
Nov. 24-Woody Hayes rubs salt
into season's wounds with 28-0
crusher at Columbus.
PHILADELPHIA (P) - Track
Coach Jim (Jumbo) Elliott of Vil-
lanova said yesterday he wants
his squad to participate in the
Knights of Columbus games at
Boston Jan. 12 despite the meet's
lack of sanction by the NCAA.
"Who cares if the NCAA rules
us ineligible for their one meet?"
asked Elliott. "I'm going along
with what the President of the
United States wants, and that's
to develop athletes for the 1964
Elliott said the final decision on
competing at Boston "will rest
with our athletic director, Art
"We have never signed anything
making us a member of the fed-
eration," Elliott said. "I'll have no
qualms at all about competing in
the Boston meet. Indoor track
has been the backbone of track
and filed in this country for many
years and without it we would not
be able to condition our athletes
to their peak efficiency."
and track star for three years
says he will play pro ball. He sign-
ed a pro contract, but didn't play
much for the Chicago Bears.
May 16-Canham says Wiscon-
sin is team to. beat for outdoor
track title, but Michigan can do
May 18-Wisconsin was the team
to beat, but Michigan did it;
Michigan won seventh tennis title
in eight years; Baseball team lost
two games to Wisconsin on last
day of season to finish second to
Illinois; Golf team finishes a sur-
prising third in the Big Ten.
May 25-Canham vows doom of
May 27-Baseball team com-
pleted three-game sweep of West-
ern Michigan to earn last bid to
NCAA regional eliminations.
May 31-John Kerr pitched 19
innings to help Michigan by Il-
linois and Western to force Friday
showdown for regional title.
. .,. everybody starts
dumps Michigan 25-13. It looks
like a long season.
Oct. 3-Elliott says he'll use the
three team system against platoon
Oct. 4-Canham vows
Oct. 6-Three platoons help and
Oct. 8-Michigan State coach
Duffy Daugherty closes practices
for the big game.
Oct. 9-Elliott says the Spartans
have a great ground attack, but
he's worried about the, passing
Oct. 13-Michigan State scored
twice passing and twice running to
rout Michigan for the second
straight year in front of a na-
tional television audience, 28-0.
Oct. 15-Elliott says he isn't
planning any changes.
Oct. 18-Moby Benedict nam-
ed to coach baseball team.
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