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)AY, FEBRUARY 9, 1960



)AY, FEBRUARY 9,1960 D A f~w ~


Michigan Icers at MSU Tonight
AMter Splitting Gopher Series

Sports Staff Newcomers
To Quiz Coach at Meetin

After meeting with mixed success
over the past weekend, Michigan's
hockey team will be back in action
tonight as they face Michigan
State at East Lansing,
Last weekend, Michigan split a
pair with Minnesota, while the
Spartans were absorbing a pair of
drubbings at the hands of Michi-
gan Tech.
An early goal from one of the

least expected sources on the team
set Michigan afire in the second
game of a two-game series against
Minnesota last weekend as the
Wolverines salvaged one win for
their travels.
Carl White, who had ridden the
bench all season, got his chance
to play when Pat Cushing and Bill
Kelly lost the recent battle of the
books. And in his debut this week-
end as a regular, he, tallied the

This Week in 'M' Sports,

Michigan at Michigan State


HOCKEY: Michigan at Michigan Tech

goal that Coach Al Renfrew and
his teammates credited with "set-
ting the team on fire."
In the opener of the set on Fri-
day, the Wolverines absorbed their
worst licking of the season as they
bowed to the Gophers, 6-3. Ren-
frew, although pointing out the
team's mistakes, shouldered a large
share of the blame himself.
"We weren't watching the wings
closely and the defense was letting
men get behind them," the coach
noted. "But the forwards were
playing on lines that they weren't
used to. I guess it (the loss) was
as much my fault as anyone's, but
you have to try things in a game
to see if they will work."
"M" Rebounds
Michigan bounced back with a
4-2 decision over their hosts in the
close-out of the series. Minnesota
had stunned the Wolverines with
a quick tally after only a minute
of play, but White knotted the
count at the five-minute mark
of the opening stanza with the
backhander that sparked the come-
back win. Renfrew pointed to the
work of both the younger White
and his brother Bob, the team's
leading scorer, as highlighting the
victory. While Carl opened the
scoring, Bob closed it out with an
insurance tally in the last period.
Also scoring in the win and com-
ing in for a share of Renfrew's
plaudits were Red Berenson and
Dale MacDonald. Berenson, who
just became eligible, stood out for
the Wolverines in both games. In
the Friday night loss, the redhead
dented the nets for two of the
three Michigan scores and assisted
Steve Bochen on the other.

A press conference with one of
Michigan's varsity coaches will be
the main event tomorrow. night
at 7:30 in a special meeting for
those interested in writing sports
for The Daily.
Also on hand will be Sports
Editor Jim Benagh and his staff.
The -question - answer period,
previously announced for Thurs-
day night, will provide a true
baptism under fire for those new
to the big-time sports' scene, for
much of the work of The Daily
sports staff involves personal con-
tact in a fast moving college
athletic world.
Question Period
Interviewers will get a chance
to directly question the coach on
his game-to-game strategy, his
particular coaching philosophy,
and his current team personnel.
Gaining insights into athletics
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THE BROTHERS WHITE-Bob, a senior, has been a regular on the Michigan squad for three years,
while Carl, a sophomore, scored his first varsity goal in a game against Minnesota Saturday night.

SWIMMING: Michigan State at Michigan, 2:30 P.M.
BASKETBALL: Northwestern at Michigan, TV, 4:30 P.M.
WRESTLING: Iowa at Michigan, 7:30 P.M.
GYMNASTICS: Iowa at Michigan, 9:00 P.M.
HOCKEY: Michigan at Michigan Tech
TRACK: Michigan State Relays at Lansing

Loss of Hurdlers Hurts Track Team





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314 South State

Michigan's top two hurdlers,
Dick Cephas and Bennie McRae,
may return to action this weekend
at the Michigan State Relays aft-
er missing last Friday night's
dual meet with the Chicago Track
Cephas missed the meet because
of a virus ailment while McRae is
still recovering from a cartilage
separation. Without this potent
scoring duo, the Wolverines were
outscored 17-1 in the two hurdle
races and consequently lost by the
score of 77-64.
Both McRae and Cephas were
figured to give Chicago star, Willie
May, who won both hurdle races
Friday night, a good battle for
first. Even if they had finished

Michigan Tech 12 5 1
Denver 9 4 1
North Dakota 9 6 1
Colorado College 8 8 0
Minnesota 4 11 1
Michigan State 2 12 2


second and third, they would have
picked up enough points to give
Michigan the victory. In addition,
Cephas, an outstanding high
jumper, could have picked up a
first or second in this event.
Double Winner
Chicago's other double winner,
besides May, was Phil Coleman
who won the mile in 4:18.5 and
the half mile in 1:54.5.
Starring once again for Michi-
gan was Tom Robinson, who won
the 60-yd. dash in :6.3 and the
300 in 31.2. Robinson's time in the
300 broke-the former Yost Field-
house mark of 31:4. The Jamaican
speedster also holds the Big Ten
indoor 300-yd. mark with a :30.3
Other bright spots for the Wol-
verines in what Coach Don Can-
ham termed an "ordinary" meet,
were Les Bird's 23'4" winning leap
in the high jump and Bryan Gib-
son's :50.3 first place finish in the
Good Performances
Canham also cited Ergas Leps'
2:14.7 time in the 1000-yd. run,
Quint Sterling's third place finish
in the 440 and the mile relay
team's 3:21.7 clocking as being
"better than ordinary." The win-
ning mile relay team was made up
of Gibson, Leps, Marsh Dickerson
and Tony Seth.

Bill Radford, making his first
varsity appearance, was also
mentioned for second place finish,
in the shot put. Terry Trevarthern
took first with a toss of 50'21/2".

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Illinois Vetoes Bowl Pact;
Rain Threatens AOlympics
e -


By The Associated Press
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- The Un!-
versity of Illinois facultysenate
yesterday voted against Big Ten
continuance with a Rose Bowl
football contract.
The vote was believed to be the
decisive one in the Conference,
locking the issue at 5-5 and auto-
matically killing chances of re-
newal of the New Year's Day
Illinois now Joins Minneseota,
Wisconsin and Ohio State as'
schools which have announced
publicly their stand against the
post-season game. Northwestern
has not yet made an announce-;
ment but has voted against it in
the past and is expected to do sol

Those in favor of continuation
are Michigan State, Michigan,
Purdue, Indiana and Iowa. Iowa,
however, may possibly swing to
the negative side if another vote
comes up at the school.
* * *
. SQUAW VALLEY, Calif.--Rain
and sleet whipped into a blizzard
by gale winds raged at this Olym-
pic site yesterday bringing a crisis
that threatened the Winter
* * *
LOS ANGELES - The commis-
sioners of the two rival profes-
sional football leagues met for
four hours Saturday and it ap-
pears that a "no-raiding" agree-
ment has been reached.


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