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THlE MIChIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY. JANUIA

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1CA A Rule Body Votes
n Substitution Change

SWIM AGAINST CANADA:
Thimme on All-Star Swim Team

MIAMI BEACH (A' -- The aces
Bally will be wild in college foot-
all this year.,
The NCAA Rules Committee as-
ired this yesterday by revising
he substitution rule so that one
ibstitute from each team may
ater a game at any time, whether
r not the clock is running and
egardless of whether he had been.
aarged with two appearances in
ny quarter before.
That was the compromise de-
ised by the rules makers between
le unlimited substitution advo-
ated by a majority of the coaches
rd a status quo situation urged
y the NCAA.
Won't Move Goal Posts
The action was negative on two
ther rules that had been dis-
ussed at length. It was voted to
eep thy goal posts where they
.ave be n, 10 yards behind the

goal line; and to retain the one or
two-point options on conversions
that was instituted two years ago.
The substitution rule in effect
before yesterday's revision allowed
one "wild card," or player, to enter
a game if he had not been in twice
before in that period, and he only
could enter if the clock was stop-
ped,
Aside from the "one-man pla-
toon" innovation, the remainder
of the substitution rule was re-
tained. That is, if two or more
players are sent in simultaneously,
they are each charged with an
entry. Nothing was done about
the tedious checkoff system of
recording substitutions.
"I know that the check-off sys-
tem is objectionable," Neyland
said. "I remarked Monday I would.
be surprised if something wasn't

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done about It. I'm surprised. The
cold fact is, though, that we could
find no other suitable system to
replace it."
Neyland pointed out the new
"wild card" rule opens a wide field
for specialists, and quarterbacks.
He also observed that a coach vir-
tually could call the signals by
sending in a new man on each
play..
Neyland said no member of the
Committee favored going back to
two-platoon football.
"After the two-platoon football
came in," he explained, "some 50
smaller colleges were forced to
quit the game. The expense in-
volved in such large squads over-
awed the small colleges. Some
have restored the game since the
two-platoon game went out.
"The big schools eoud have their
offensive and defensive platoons,
kicking platoons, kick receiving
platoons and whatnot. The smaller
colleges just couldn't afford it
Further Revision Possible
Neyland also left the impression
if the revised rule permitting one
man to enter the game any num-
ber of times is successful, its scope
might be broadened next year to
permit two, or three, men to go in
simultaneously without being
charged with an entry.
A concession was made to
coaches who might send a man on
the field, and then discovered after
a few seconds that a substitute
was necessary to replace an in-
jured man. A second substitute can
be sent in under such circum-
stances, but his entry will be
charged against him.
In an effort to curb sideline
coaching, .the Committee will urge
NCAA members to see that coaches
abide by the rules. The wording
of .the rule was revised slightly.
Instead of the simple admonition
that there be no coaching from
the sideline, the rule nownreads:
"There will. be no communication
with players on the field except by
a substitute entering the game."
The 15-yard penalty for violation
is retained.
Text of New Rule
Here's how football Rule 3, Sec-
tion 5, Article 1 pertaining to sub-
stitutions was revised by the Rules
Committee:
1959 Rule: If only one eligible
substitute of either team enters
between successive downs when
the game clock is not running he
shall not be charged with an entry
unless he enters during an excess
time out allowed his team. Entry
under any other conditions shall
be charged.
1960 Rule: If only one substitute
of each team enters at any time
he is .eligible regardless of previ-
ous entries.
The substitution of "a -any
time" for "when the game clock is
not running" and the addition of
"eligible regardless of previus
entries".make the big difference.
T idwuell, Miller
Top Scorers
For Cagers

Freshman Dianne Thimme was
honored last Tuesday with a berth
on an American all star swim-
ming team which will swim
against a Canadian team in an
international dual meet on Jan-
uary 23.
Miss Thimme will compete in
the 200-yard backstroke against
Canadian Sara Barber who set a
world record for 200 meters in the
preliminaries of the recent Pan
American Games.
The Seventh Annual Canadian-
American meet will be held in
Hamilton, Ontario with United
States swimmers, chosen on a
time basis, from nine different
states including the District of
Columbia.
Strongest Team
The American coach, Dick Bow-
er of Pittsburgh said, "it is the
strongest group of women swim-
mers I have' ever had for the
meet"
Suzy Thrasher, younger sister
of Michigan's freshman swimmer
Steve Thrasher, is another mem-
ber of the team. Her specialty Is
the butterfly.
This is the second swimming
honor in less than a week for Miss
Thimme who together with junior
Sperry Jones.and twonAnn Arbor
high school girls won. the AAU
Junior National 200-yard Medley
at Dayton, Ohio, last Saturday.
Miss Thimme, New Jersey state
backstroke champion and_ Miss
Jones, who is also national junior

-Daily-James Warneka
HONORED-Michigan freshman Dianne Thimme will swim on an
American all-star team in a meet with Canada on January 23rd.
Her specialty is the backstroke. Her opponent in the 200-yard
backstroke will beworld record. holder Sara Barber.
Blaekhawks Beat Wings;
Pistons Squeeze by Knicks

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The girls train every evening
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Michigan Union Pool and will
swim a full round of dual meets
with Toronto, Dayton, Indianapo-

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HOCKEY: Michigan vs. Michigan State, here, 8 P.M.
SWIMMING: Michigan at Iowa State.
Saturduy
BASKETBALL: Michigan vs. Minnesota, here, 8 P.M.
HOCKEY: Michigan at Michigan State, 8 P.M.
SWIMMING: Michigan at Minnesota
GYMNASTICS: Michigan at Minnesota
WRESTLING: Michigan at Ohio State
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CHICAGO - Gordie Howe of
Detroit scored a goal to tie Mau-
rice. Richard for the all-time Na-
tional Hockey League scoring
leadership last night, but the Chi-
cago Black Hawks whipped the
Red Wings, 5-2.
Howe's marker, the 436th of his
career, ran his point total for
regular season .games to 99. .Ri-
chard's total includes 531 goals.
The -victory, Chicago's second
over the Wings this year, moved
the Hawks to within a point of
fourth place Boston.
Chicago's Bobby Hull scored
Chicago's final goal in the last
period to move within a point of
Boston's Bronco Horvath for the
league scoring leadership. Hor-
vath has 52 points, while Hull has
25 goals and ,26 assists for 51
points.'
Pistons 114,, Knicks 113
FORT WAYNE - The Detroit
Pistons came back to their old.
home town last night and shaded
the New York Knickerbockers
114-113 to end a five-game Na-
tional Basketball Assn. losing
streak.
New York led only at 65-64 but
chilled the 6,279 Piston fans with
a :comeback in the last two min-
utes.
After trailing 110-104, the
Knicks pulled within, a point at
112-111 with 25 seconds left.
Richie Guerin and Carl Braun led
the- rally. But Gene Shue .drew a
foul and dropped two free throws
to clinch the victory for Detroit,
and Guerin's field goal at the gun
merely made it close again,
* * *
Celtics.134, Hawks 112
BOSTON - The aroused Bos-
ton Celtics, playing the second
half without Bob Cousy and Bill
Russell, crushed St. Louis 134-112
last night to maintain a two and
a half game lead in the National
Basketball Assn.'s Eastern Divi-
sion.
Boston coach Red Auerbach in-'
serted Gene Conley to guard
Clyde Lovelette in the second
Scores
Georgia Teeh 80, Georgia 64
Villanova 81, Temple 69
Dartmouth 66, Harvard 53
N. Carolina 62, N. C. State 51
Wake Forest '74, S. Carolina 53
Princeton 62, Pennsylvania 50
Cincinnati 79, St. Louis 57
West Virginia 102, Virginia 81
Brown 94, Yale 89 (2 ovts.)
Bradley 84, Drake 58
Dayton 75, Duquesne 60
Syracuse 91, LaSalle 84 (2 outs.}
Columbia 82, Rutgers 79
Holy Cross 77, Rhode Island 65
Miami (Fla.) 78, Jacksonville
(Fla.) 70
Indiana (Pa.) 80, Carnegie
Tech'7c'
Ohio U. 87, Marshall 7'7

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the Hawka' tide and sent the Cel-
tics on to a runaway.
*** .
BOSTON-Philadelphia nipped
Syracuse 132-131 last night in a
pulsating National Basketball
Assn. game settled by Ernie 'Beck's
baseline shot with six seconds left
in overtime. It was the 10th
victory for the Warriors.
Wilt Chamberlain, fabulous
Warrior rookie scored 42 points.
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Lovell Farris have proved to be
the mainstay of the Michigan
basketball team.
This trio has combined for an
average of 47,2 points per game
which is approximately 72 per
cent of Michigan's total of 64.9
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