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'SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Icers Bow to Minnesota, 6-4

HOST WILDCATS:
Cagers Open Big T

Special To The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS - Last night's
hockey game with Minnesota had
its ups and downs--mostly downs
-for the Wolverines as they lost
their fourth Western Collegiate
Hockey Association game, coming
out on the short end of a 6-4
score.
The Wolverines meet the Go-
phers in another contest tonight.

The outlook for the Wolverines is
dim, for Bob Gray was injured at
14:56 of the third period with the
score 6-3.
Gray slid to the left side of
the net to stop a puck and was
checked by a Minnesota player-
no penalty was called. Gray limped
back to the net and slowly col-
lapsed. Alternate goalie Bill Bieber
was called in to replace Gray when

ECAC Act May Cripple
Indoor Track for AA U

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he was carried from the ice, ob-
viously in great pain. Gray has
had trouble with his left knee
before.
Gary Butler broke a scoring
drouth when he picked up his
three-goal "hat-trick" and assist-
ed on the opening goal of the
game-a tip-in by Ron Coristine.
Coristine's goal was his first
Drop Fourth Game
MICHIGAN MINNESOTA
Gray G Groth
Rodgers D Nanne
Kartusch D Westby
Wilkie C Schmnalzbauer
Coristine AVLilyholm
Butler W Brooks
First Period Scoring: MICH -
Coristine (Butler, Wilkie) 7:33;
MINN - Constantine (Lilyholm)
17:59. Penalties: MICH - Rodgers
(holding) 9:42; Kartusch (hooking)
15:45..
Second Period Scoring: MINN -
L. Stordahl (Nystrom, J. Stordahl)
5:18; MINN - Schmalzbauer (Met-
zen) 5:49; MICH-Butler (Morrison)
6:16; MINN - McCoy (Lilyholm,
Schmalzbauer) 10:59; MICH-Butler
(Coristine, Morrison) 11:49. Penal-
ties: MINN-L. Stordahl (interfer-
ence) 13:00.
Third Period Scoring: MINN -
Nanne (Ramsay, Constantine) 1:21;
MINN - L. Stordahl (unassisted)
4:34; MICH-Butler (Wilkie, Cors-
tine) 19:19. Penalties: MICH-Morri-
son (high-sticking) 1:10; MINN -
Falkman (charging) 4:00; MICH -
Kartusch (misconduct-10 min.)
5:10; MINN-Falkman (illegal check)
11:42; McGonigal (highsticking)
11:42.

LOS ANGELES (P) - The in-.
fluential Eastern College Athletic
Conference, representing more
than 130 colleges and universities,
dealt a damaging blow to the AAU-
sanctioned indoor track season
yesterday.
In a letter from Commissioner
Asa Bushnell, mailed to member
schools by the conference office in
New York, and disclosed here at'
the NCAA convention, the ECAC
strongly urged its members not to
compete in the meets unless they
are sanctioned by the U. S. Track
and Field Federation.
Only AAU
Chick Werner, president of the
federation, said none of the big
Eastern indoor meets has sought
federation sanction.
The recommendation, labelled
a threatened boycott by the AAU,
involves all of the major track
powers of the East who tradition-
ally have competed in and fur-
nished many of the top perform-
ers in the indoor season-includ-
ing Villanova, Manhattan, New
York, and all the Ivy League
schools.
It comes on the heels of pro-
posed legislation expected to be
adopted by the NCAA member-
ship next Wednesday that would
knock a collegian out of the NCAA
track and field championships for
one year if he competes in an
AAU Bars
Top Runner
NEW YORK (') - Jim Du-
pree of Southern Illinois, one of
the United States' top half-milers,
was suspended by the AAU yester-
day for competing in a track meet
sanctioned by the U. S. Track
and Field Federation.
Among other things, the sus-
pension makes Dupree ineligible
for the Eastern indoor track sea-
son, which starts in Boston Jan.
12. Length of the suspension was
not specified in a prepared re-
lease by the AAU.
The suspension of Dupree is
the first of the nationally known
athletes by the AAU in its pres-
ent squabble with the USTFF.
SCORES
NBA
St. LouIs 121, Detroit 100
Cincinnati 130, San Francisco 129
New York 129, Chicago 108
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
LaSalle 78, Miami (Fla) 76
Virginia Tech 71, Virginia 63
Creighton 94, Wabash 51
Villanova 77, Detroit 60

event not sanctioned by the
NCAA-backed Federation.
Only Elliott Balks
The general feeling is that few,
if any, of the schools will fail to
go along with the ECAC stand,
although several coaches, includ-
ing Jim Elliott of Villanova, have
indicated they would like to enter
the indoor meets regardless of
who sanctions them.
The pair of actions probably
will limit the field and indoor
meets like the Millrose Games,
New York Athletic Club Games,
Boston and New York Knights of
Columbus Games, Philadelphia
Inquirer Games and the National
AAU championships to post-grad-
uate and unattached athletes.

in the WHCA. He also picked up
two assists as the Wolverine's big
line did all the scoring.
The game started out as if Gil
the players had forgotten the old
fueds, but by the third period play
got rougher and the linesmen
were kept busy separating jostling
players.
Late in the third period, Larry
Stordahl, who picked up two of
Minnesota's goals, was forced to
leave when a gash was opened on
his head.
The Gophers are now 3-2-0 in
the WCHA.
The Sioux of North Dakota
downed the Michigan Tech Husk-
ies 4-2 in other action last night.
North Dakota now has a 2-1-0
record and Tech has a 2-3-0 rec-
ord.
M'JPl a ye rs
See Green'
MINNEAPOLIS - Minnesota
hockey Coach John Mariucci add-
ed a colorful touch for last night's
game with Michigan-green tint-
ed ice.
Mariucci got the idea when cam-
eramen complained plain ice gave
off too much glare for filming. lie
says the tint isn't deep enough to
make the puck hard to see.

By TOM ROWLAND
They're calling them the "sur-
prising Wolverines" and "amaz-
ing Michigan" now; just yesterday
the Associated Press commented
that the Blue "seem to warrant
considerable respect" and center
Bill Buntin is "a sophomore find
of the season.'
The fact that the "dark horse"
from Ann Arbor has matched Ohio
State and Illinois, ranked fifth
and third in the nation, respec-
tively, in the AP poll, with a
healthy 8-1 record in pre-confer-
ence play might be the reason.
The Wolverines will begin to
give the answer to whether it's all
for real or not when Coach Dave
Strack pits his cagers against
Northwestern this afternoon in
the first lap of the Big Ten race.
Game time is 4:30 in Yost Field
House; the play will be in front
of the television eye as the Big
Ten "game of the week."
Harris 'Doubtful'
It's probable that the Wolverines
will be without the starting serv-
ices of senior forward John Har-
ris, hobbled by an ankle injury
against Yale during the holidays.
Sophomore Larry Tregoning is
ready to fill the vacated slot, with
Harris listed as a "doubtful start-
er."
Northwestern will be carrying a
3-7 mark onto the court this aft-
ernoon. The Wildcats suffered
from competition with some top-

notch teams on the West Coast;
they've won over Western Michi-
gan (83-74), Pittsburgh (57-55),
and Stanford (62-61).
The purple offense centers
around 6'3" forward Rick Lo-
possa, a "both sensational and
sporadic" junior who leads North-
western in points (14 a game)
and rebounds (six a game). Lo-
possa swished 29 points against
Kansas but against Colorado State
he was held scoreless.
Height Returns
The return of 6'9" Bill Wois-
law to the center slot, after a
knee operation tabbed him as in-
capable of recovering to play this
year, boosts Wildcat striking pow-
er. He's backed by John Miller
(6'5").
Northwestern boasts -three top
guards, "experienced and sharp
shooters" according to Michigan
Law Club To Play
Former Michigan basketball
stars John Tidwell, M. C. Bur-
ton and Jon Hall will play for
the Law Club at 2:30 this aft-
ernoon against Tom Jorgen-
sen's freshman team, consid-
ered the best in Michigan his-
tory.
Assistant Coach Jira Skala. Bill
Gibbs (second leading Wildcat
pointman with 13 a game) and
Rich Falk are the starters with
Marty Riessen as a top third man.
Riessen is defending Big Ten ten-
nis champ and Davis Cup team
member.
Junior Phil Keeley holds down
the other forward spot. He's 6'5"
and paced the Wildcats in the re-
bounding department last year.
Cantrell Ready
With the exception of Harris
the Michigan line-up will be the
same one that has brought the
Blue six straight wins. Guard Bob
Cantrell is set to go after he sat
out the Yale game with a bruised
shoulder.

n fl
Cantrell's 12.8 points a game is
second for Michigan, trailing onlyI
big Bill Buntin, who paces the
Wolverines with 21. Harris is hit-
ting at 11.9 digits a contest, and
forward Tom Cole is the fourth
Michigan starter in double fig-
ures with 10.1 a game. Hustling
Doug Herner will be at the other
guard.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 5,
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MICHIGAN
MINNESOTA

1 2 1-4
1 3 2-6

RICK LOPOSSA
... heads NU attack

(Bucks, Ilini Head Conference Slate,

Buntin Heads Cagers

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By TOM ROWLAND
With the whirlwind of holiday
cage tournaments over, Big Ten
coaches are set to send their
charges into the fray for the con-
ference marbles today.
A full slate is on tap: Illinois
faces Iowa, defending champion
Ohio State meets Minnesota, and
Michigan State, fresh from a holi-
day Hawaii trip, clashes with In-
diana. Wisconsin meets Purdue,
while Michigan and Northwestern
entertain the video tube viewers.
It's the first time in quite a
while that the Big Ten goes into
conference play without an un-
beaten team. Illinois held on
through eight straight victories
but finally fell on New Year's Eve
to Notre Dame, 90-88.
Three-Way Race?
The Illini break into the con-
ference race even up with Ohio
State and Michigan, all with 8-1
marks. Only Wisconsin (6-3) and
Purdue (5-4) can boast above-.500
records along with the conference
leaders.
Ohio State, minus a few names
from a year ago, have hardly
missed a step in the fight for top
national honors. The Buckeyes
were second in the country with
center Gary Bradds at the helm,
until the Big Ten champs ran into
a tough Wichita five, 71-54.
Bradds, not giving OSU fans
much time to lament the passing
of Jerry Lucas, pumped in 24
points when the Buckeyes racked
Butler, 66-62, and has a season
high of 45. The Ohio five also
spent a part of the holidays
smashing Detroit, 101-66.
Chief challenge to the defend-
ing champs comes from Illinois'
soph-backed five, equipped with
a new fieldhouse and best hopes
for the Big Ten title in years.
Senior center Bill Burwell paces

the Illini offensive attack; the 6'8"
pivot man swished 26 points while
his teammates hit at a 56 per cent
clip against Pennsylvania.
Illini Move Up
When Ohio State vacated the
number-two national spot the Il-
lini, then undefeated, moved in.
What the defeat to Notre Dame
will do to the Illinois national sta-
tus is yet to be seen.
Wisconsin and Purdue appear
to be other teams capable of put-
ting on a strong push for the
crown. Purdue, a team that
dropped Yale during Christmas
vacation, 76-66, ran by Drake
Wednesday night to push the Boil-
ermaker season mark above the
50 per cent class.
Slow Start
Wisconsin, supposed to show
some spark this winter, is off to
a disappointing start. The Badgers,
who finished second inthe Big
Ten last year, did defeat Mar-
quette, 70-56, to cop the Milwau-
kee Classic Crown. Ken Siebel led
the scoring with 23 points.
The Badgers didn't help their
reputation out on the West Coast
with a 77-63 fall at the hands ofM
UCLA.
Northwestern, 3-7 going into to-

cus Sanders hit for the same to-
tal while beating Subpac. MSU is
now 3-6.
Iowa's coach Sharm Scheuer-
man was ejected from the Hawk-
eye game with Arizona for pro-
testing a referee's call. It must
have done the Hawks some good.
They were behind 50-43 at the
time of the call; they won, 57-56.

Buntin
Harris,
Cantrell
Cole
Herner
Tregoning
Oosterbaan
Pomey'
Hildreth
Jackson
Greenwold
Ludwig
Petrick
Adams

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73-165
42-101
44-109
33-73
19-45
26-69
18-46
14-33
1-3
1-2
1-3
1-7
0-1
0-2

F
43-60
23-33
14-20
25-32
18-19
4-10
9-15
7-18
1-2
1-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0

R
148
99
29
55
17
48
25
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T.
189
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102
91
56
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45
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2
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Ave.
21.0
11.9
12.8
10.1
6.2
6.2
5.6
3.9
3.0
0.8
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SLIM*FIT

JEANS
in Tan " Black
Light Blue

Michigan 273-659 145-212 495 69176.8
Opponents 242-624 120-181404 604 67.1

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Daily Story
Wins Award
John Scochin, '64, former Daily
sports night editor, has won $100
in a writing contest sponsored by
the Hearst Foundation.
Scochin's story on Michigan's
NCAA baseball champions in the
fall supplement issue was good
for seventh place.

GARY BRADDS
... forget Lucas
one bright moment to warm the
Christmas holidays a bit with a
62-61 win over Stanford in the
Los Angeles Classic. Ken Lutgens
tipped in the winning basket with
just under four seconds to go. The
Wildcats lost out to Colorado State
in the finals of that tournament,
75-50.
A trip to Hawaii over the holi-
days gave Michigan State two
wins and a loss to service teams
in the Pacific. Before the Spartans
left, though, they dropped three
straight to Wichita, Utah and
Utah State.
Bright spot for MSU: Pete Gent
dropped in 33 points while the
Spartans lost to Servpac of the
Armed Forces League, and Mar-

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