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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1963

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1963

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70 days, $1388
including England, Holland, Belgium,
France, Spain, Portugal
DISCOVERY ADVENTURE
TOUR OF EUROPE
76 days, $1295
Many other Student Tours featuring
Europe, Israel, Greece and USSR.
Ask for Plans and Profitable
Organizer Arrangements
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SINCE 1926
for folders and details
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UNIVERSITY TRAVEL COMPANY
Cambridge 38, Mass.

Rangers Let
Harvey Go
In Dispute
NEW YORK (P)-Doug Harvey,
one of hockey's alltime defense
stars, was given his unconditional
release yesterday by the New
York Rangers of the National
Hockey League.
The 38-year-old defenseman
was acquired from the Montreal
Canadiens to become player-coach
of the Rangers for the 1961-62
season. He dropped the coaching
reins last season to concentrate
on playing.
Harvey, one of the highest paid
stars of the NHL, received an
estimated $25,000 salary.
keep trim
§ ARCADE BARBERS
NICKELS ARCADES

Cagers Face Ball State, Tulane

While most of Michigan's bas-
ketball fans will be home for the
Thanksgiving holiday this week-
end the Wolverines will take to
the road to initiate the regular
1963-64 schedule against Ball State
at Indianapolis.
Coach Dave Strack's crew then
returns for its Yost Field House
debut Monday night, facing Tu-
lane. Tip-off time is 8 p.m.
The Wolverines ran into a tough
Ball State team in the opener last
year but won on a second-half
rally, 68-58, with center Bill Bun-
tin tallying 21 points in his col-
legiate debut. Buntin showed the
potential that finally gained him
All-Big Ten honors last year when
he held Ball State star center Ed
Butler to only six points.
The 6'6" Butler, who averaged
17 points and 17 rebounds a game
last winter, is back this year along
with three other regulars and five
of the top 1962-63 scorers.
Scorers Return
Guard John Lee returns to the
backcourt after picking up 16.7
points per game last winter, and
John Heady is back at the for-
ward post. Heady led the Cardinal
scoring against Michigan with 17
points last year.
Tulane boasts strength at the
pivot to face Buntin with 6'7"
center Bob Davidson, averaging
18 points a game at the close of
last season. The Green Wave
have a new coach, Ted Lenhardt,
after the team compiled a 6-16
record in the Southeastern Con-
ference a year ago.
Along with Davidson, who pac-
ed the SEC in rebounding last
season, Lenhardt will have three
other starters in Dale Gott and
Denny Shoup at the guards and
6'3" Mike Kurtz at forward. Mov-
ing in at the other forecourt spot
to fill graduated star Jim Ker-

V.'

By GARY WINER
Michigan basketball fans, hop-
ing to follow the team "in per-
son" this year, received a big jolt
yesterday as Don Weir, Althetic
Department ticket manager, an-
nounced that basketball seating
would be somewhat curtailed for,
the coming season.
Weir remarked that the ticket
office "would try to fit in just as
many students as possible. I know
a lot of people will be disappoint-
No Contest
The sports editors of The
Daily regret to announce that{
due to the death of President
Kennedy, resulting in the can-
cellation of most of last week-
end's football schedule, and due
to the Thanksgiving vacation
this weekend, the weekly Grid
Picks Contest has been termin-
ated, and last week's selections
are therefore void.
Those of you among the peas-
ants who wish another attempt
at revenge will, unfortunately,
have to, as we say in the moth-
er country, "Wait 'Til Next
Year!"
ed with this i'dea, but it's the best
we could come up with under the
circumstances."
Simple Math
In simple terms, the mathemat-
ics breaks down to this: the max-
imum number of people allowed
in Yost Field House will be some-
where over 7000; of this number,
800 will be the regular season
ticket holders (already sold out),
and the remaining 6200 places will
go to the more than 14,000 ath-
letic coupon holders on campus.
This means that approximately
8000 students will be left out in
the cold for each game. If you're
an early riser, you're in good

shape, for the distribution system
works in your favor.
The day prior to each basket-
ball game, the ticket office in the
Athletic Administration Bldg. at
State and Hoover will issue
tickets from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
or as long as they last. Each stu-
dent may present no more than
two athletic coupons, accompan-
ied by student identification cards
for the same students, in order
to receive his basketball ticket(s).
Friday for Monday
For Monday games, the tickets
will be distributed on the pre-
ceeding Friday. Last night at the
freshman-varsity game at the
fieldhouse, the new policy was an-
nounced, plus the fact that tickets
for the Tulane game next Mon-
day will be handed out today.
The announcement as a whole
brought down a great chorus of
boos, especially the part about the
two-tickets-per-student limit.
Weir said that there would be
no preferential seating, no stand-
ing room, and no general admis-
sion tickets sold for any game. He!
cited the fire hazard and "rea-1
sonable comfort" for keeping the
attendance down. He also reveal-
ed that last year's estimates in
the 9000's for some games were
greatly exaggerated.
All Saturday afternoon games
will begin at 2 p.m., except for
televised contests which start at

4:30. All evening games begin at
8 p.m.
The Duke game on Saturday,
Dec. 21, has been rescheduled for
8 p.m. since final examinations
are still in progress that after-
noon.
M. Hall Hurt
In Practie
CHICAGO (IA) - The Chicago
Black Hawks, beaten only once
in their past 17 National Hockey
League games, had another cas-
ualty yesterday when forward
Murray Hall suffered a forehead
cut from a puck in practice.
Hall required 14 stitches over
his nose after a puck struck him
during a drill for Thursday night's
game here with Toronto.
Defense stars Elmer Moose
Vaske, Pierre Pilote and Wayne
Hillman, along with Hall, may see
only partial service against To-
ronto.
Vasko, with a trick knee, missed
yesterday's practice. Hillman par-
ticipated in his first scrimmage
since injuring his knee at Mon-
treal Nov. 7. Pilote suffered a
broken nose here against Detroit
Nov. 20.

Limit Basketball Seats

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DECEMBER
2 TULANE, 8:00 Home
6 NEBRASKA, 8:00 Home
11 Butler Away
14 WEST. MICHIGAN, 2:00 Home
21 DUKE, 2:00 Home
26-27-28 Los Angeles Classic
(3 games) Away
Ilinois, West Virginia, NYU,
Michigan, Yale, UCLA,
Southern Cal, Pittsburgh)
31 DETROIT, 8:00 Home

CARDINAL STARTER - Bob Heady is a 6 41" forward who
will be slated to see lots of action this year for Ball State, Michi-
gan's opponent in the season-opener for basketball this Saturday.
Heady underwent a knee operation last year but averaged 12.7
points during the season.
FOR BOWL BID:
MISU Holds Secret
Practice; Illini Set

NBA
EASTERN DIVISION
W L Pet.
Boston 12 1 .923
Cincinnati 12 9 .571
Philadelphia 7 8 .467
New York 7 13 .350
WESTERN DIVISION
Los Angeles 11 7 .611
St. Louis 11 9 .550
San Francisco 8 8 .500
Detroit 5 10 .333
Baltimore 3 11 .214

GB
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6
1
2
6

Pro Standings

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Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING-The gate to
the practice field was locked
again at Michigan State yester-
day as the Spartans prepared
for their Thanksgiving Day foot-
ball showdown against Illinois.
Either Illinois or Michigan
State will be giving thanks be-
fore the day is over Thursday
for the Big Ten football title and
almost automatic assurance of a
Rose Bowl bid.
The conference showdown, like
most major football games, was
postponed from last Saturday be-
cause of the death of President
Kennedy.
No Sellout
Enthusiasm for the showdown
is building up again. The attend-
ance, however, is expected to be
well below the 76,000 sellout first
predicted.
The delay until Thanksgiving
resulted in one injury. Illinois
Coach Pete Elliott was hit by a
player during practice Monday
and suffered torn ligaments in
his left knee. He is expected to
direct strategy from the bench
with his knee in a cast.
The teams have identical 6-1-1

overall records. Michigan State
has the edge in the conference
play with a 4-0-1 mark against
the Illinois 4-1-1 record and can
win all with a tie.
Ground Struggle
The meeting shapes up as a
slug-it-out power struggle of the
around. Both outfits have pulver-
izing running attacks, only indif-
ferent passing, and solid defenses.
Michigan State is tops in the Big
Ten on defense and Illinois is
second.
State is the fourth-ranked team
in the nation and Illinois is
eighth.
Both squads have stars sure to
be given All-America considera-
tion.
Dick Butkus, a 237-pounder
who calls defensive signals from
center, is the heart of the Illinois
line. Fullback Jim Grabowski has
bulled for 406 yards to lead his
team in rushing.
Spartan scatback Sherm Lewis,
a mighty mite at 152 pounds, has
five runs of 84 yards or better and
is a constant threat to go all the
way. Fullback Roger Lopes has
racked up 568 yards rushing.

Yesterday's Results
Philadelphia 115, Baltimore 113
NFL
EASTERN DIVISION
W L T Pts. PF PA
New York 8 3 0 .727 337 222
Cleveland 8 3 0 .727 282 194
St. Louis 8 3 0 .727 269 217
Pittsburgh 6 3 2 .667 260 223
Dallas 3 8 0 .273 231 296
Washington 3 8 0 .273 225 291
Philadelphia 2 8 1 .200 195 289
WESTERN DIVISION
W L T Pts. PF PA

Chicago 9 1 1 .900 233
Green Bay 9 2 0 .818 304
Baltimore 5 6 0 .455 220
Detroit 4 7 0 .364 261
Minnesota 4 7 0 .364 248
Los Angeles 4 7 0 .364 159
San Francisco 2 9 0 .182 157
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Mnnesota 34, Detroit 31
Los Angeles 17, Baltimore 16
Chicago 17, Pittsburgh 17'
Cleveland 27, Dallas 17
St. Louis 24, New York 17
Green Bay 28, San Francisco 10
Washington 13, Philadelphia 10
NHL
W L T Pts. GF
Chicago 13 2 4 30 73
Toronto 9 6 3 21 54
Montreal 8 6 4 20 56
Detroit 6 8 2 14 34
New York 5 11 2 12 47
Boston 3 11 3 9 33
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 7, Montreal 3
New York 3, Toronto 3
Detroit at Boston, postponed
SATURDAY'S RESULT
Toronto 4, Boston 1

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-Associated Press
ZWOLAK WINS NCAA CROSS COUNTRY - Vic Zwolak of
Villanova crosses finish line to win the 25th annual NCAA cross
country run at Michigan State yesterday with a fast time of
19.35.0. Finishing second about ten yards behind is John Camien
of Kansas State Teachers.
MSU Places Fifth;
'San Jose State Wins
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EAST LANSING - Sophomore
Dick Sharkey helped Big Ten
champion Michigan State along
to a fifth-place finish in the 25th
annual NCAA cross-country run
here yesterday.
Sharkey, running on his home
course, came in tenth in the in-
dividual race, while Illinois' Al
Carius, who had outsprinted
Sharkey for first in the Big Ten
meet earlier in the month, came
in a bedraggled 38th.
Michigan, looking forward al-
ready to the indoor track season,
sent no one to the meet. Wiscon-
sin, runner up to the Spartans in
the Big Ten meet, was the only
other Big Ten team to break into
the top 21 teams; the Badgers
were 11th, just behind Western
Michigan.
San Jose Wins
The team titlist, as expected,
was San Jose State, which placed
Jeff Fishback third, Danny Mur-
phy fifth and Ben Tucker eighth.
Vic Zwolak of Villanova, a slen-
der former Marine, was the indi-
vidual winner, but could help his
team finish only ninth in the team
standings.
Zwolak, the recent IC4A win-
ner, had a good time of 19:35.0
over the four-mile course. The
record is 19:12.3 by Max Truex
of Southern California in 1957.
"I ran it safe and hung back,"

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said the Wilmington, Del. runner
"I got beat last year when I was
fourth and two years ago, when I
was 14th by trying for the long
bomb."
Zwolak, who will be 25 Satur-
day, finished 10 yards ahead of
John Camien of Kansas State
Teachers.
Sharkey Saves Spartans
Individual Standings
1) Zwolak, Villanova; 2) Camien,
Kansas State Teachers; 3) Fishback,
San Jose State; 4) Walker, Houston;
5) Murphy, San Jose State; 6)
Brown, Montant State; 7) Schramm,
Miami (0.); 8) Tucker, San Jose
State; 9) Scott, Idaho State; 10)
Sharkey, M i c h i g a n State; 11)
Steinke, Oregon; 12) Hewlett, Har-
vard; 13) Clerk, Notre Dame; 14)
Moore, Oregon; 15) Wighton, Color-
ado; 16) Carver, Notre Dame; 17)
Bachelerk, Miami (O.); 18) Gurule,
San Jose State; 19) Lingle, Missouri;
20) Straub, Army; 21) Marin, South-
ern California; 22) Lynch, George-
town; 23) Lerner, Oregon; 24) El-
liott, Houston; 25) Manley, Wiscon-
sin.
Team Standings
1) San Jose State, 53; 2) Oregon,
68; 3) Notre Dame, 128; 4) Kansas,
130; 5) Michigan State, 175;.6) tie
between Houston and Ohio U., 192;
8) Miami (O.), 214; 9) Villanova,
236; 10) Western Michigan, 245; 11)
Wisconsin, 329; 12) Brown, 339; 13)
Bowling Green, 369; 14) Providence,
377; 15) Syracuse, 429; 16) Drake,
430; 17) William & Mary, 444; 18)
Rutgers, 466; 19) Oklahoma City U.,
475; 20) West Virginia, 501.

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