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14-Friday, December 7, 1979-The Michigan Daily

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Make way for the Big Green.
That's Dartmouth by name, and this
year anyway, the Big Green isn't. Big,
that is. Last year's Dartmouth team
made it all the way to the NCAA Final
Four but since then, the Big Green has
fallen on hard times in the form of
seven top notch players lost to
graduation.
THE LOSS of those players is
definitely being felt so far for Dar-
tmouth. Because the Eastern college
hockey teams start their season much
later than the schools here in the Mid-
west, the Big Green has only Olayed
four games. Dartmouth is 1-3, having
lost three games in a row after
see more sports pp. 11, 12, and 13

So head coach George Crowe will be
bringing a relatively young Znd un-
tested squad into Ann Arbor for a pair
of games with the Wolverines this
weekend at Yost Arena. Both games
start at 7:30 p.m.
It will be the second break from con-
ference action for Michigan in the last
two weeks. The Wolverines won't get
back to WCHA play until the second day
of the Winter Semester next January 11
when they entertain Colorado College.
In the meantime, the Wolverines will
play Dartmouth twice, Boston College
and Princeton once, and they will also
make their annual appearance in the
Great Lakes Invitational. That tour-
nament will be held in the new Joe
Louis Arena in Detroit, and Michigan's
opening game with Michigan State on
December 28th will be the first college
hockey game ever played in that 'gray

warehouse,' as it is now being called.
The Wolverines are coming off a split
with the Spartans last weekend, which
left them 6-4 in the WCHA and 10-4
overall. The Big Green is coming off a
loss to Boston University.
WCHA Standings

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2. Minnesota .........
3. MICHIGAN .......
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6. Colorado College :...
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8. Michigan State ......
9. Minnesota-Duluth ...
10.. Denver ..............

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WCHA games
Dec. 7 & 8
Dartmouth at MICHIGAN*
Ferris State at Michigan State*
Notre Dame at Bowling Green*
Michigan Tech at Lake Superior State*
U.S. Internationalat Denver*
Colorado College at Wisconsin
North Dakota at Minnesota-Duluth
*denotes non-conference game
Lobos
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -
Five more University of New
Mexico basketball players, in-
cluding three starters, were
declared ineligible yesterday after
school officials learned the students
were credited with a course they
never took.
Another was suspended tem-
porarily, leaving the team with nine
players, including two football
players and three student walk-ons.
Athletic Director John Bridgers
said Larry Belin, Larry Hubbard,
Andre Logan, Paul Roby and Larry
Tarrance were ineligible.
Jerome Henderson was also
suspended while officials check his
transcript.
Belin, Hubbard, Logan, Roby and
Tarrance each received three
credits for an extension course of-
fered by Ottawa, Kan., University
on the campus of Los Angeles Valley
State College in Van Nuys, Calif.,
but had never been enrolled in it.
The players said in a signed
statement yesterday that they had
no knowledge of how the credits got
on their transcripts and that the
credit hours should be removed.
University officials also said they
did not know who was responsible
for obtaining the credits for the
players.
Belin, Logan and Roby were star-
ters.
Belin, a 6-foot-8 senior from
Detroit, was an All-Western Athletic
Conference selection in 1978-
79. He was the team's top returning
scorer and rebounder.
Logan, a 6-7 senior forward from
New York, was a co-captain this
year. Roby is a 6-5 senior from
Saginaw, Mich., Tarrance a 6-6
junior from Montgomery, Ala.,
Hubbard a 6-9 junior from Colum-
bus, Ga., and Henderson a 6-10
junior from Los Angeles.
University officials said last week
that Craig Gilbert, a junior from
Santa Barbara, Calif., was ineligible
because of junior college transcript
problems.
The university began checking the
eligibility of the remaining players
after the FBI announced it was in-
vestigating possible bribery and
mail fraud in connection with
Gilbert's transcript.
Coach Norm Ellenberger and his
top recruiting assistant, Manny
Goldstein, were suspended in-
definitely last week by Davis after
the allegations were made public.
Bridgers said yesterday the Lobos
would forfeit Tuesday's 112-100 win
over West Texas State.

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