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Tuesday, December 10, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

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NOTRE DAME forward Bill Paterno (55) takes the ball awayf
(33). The Irish upset the Jayhawks, 75-59.
AFTER GRUE
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aY cunningbatl
By ROGER ROSSITER pirovement and Fox's progress
College hockey rules call for was rewarded last March when
immediate eviction and suspen- s'*his teammates voted him 'Most
sion for players who drop their Improved Player'
gloves to fight. But if Michi- "I really didn't expect this,"
gan defensemen Greg Fox had } 4)po he said with a sheepish grin
his way, that rule would be when given the award, and
changed. NIGHT EDITOR he still shows embarassment
"Little guys won't do a lot ANDY GLAZER at the award's mention.
of that chippy stuff if they Coach Dan Farrell paired
know somebody will beat them .:.. 11 ...}...... Fox with freshman Greg Natale
up," Fox said. the Atlanta Flames in the 1973 last season, and by year's end
National Hockey League ama- many observers called them
B U L L E T I N teur draft, and said he would Michigan's best defensive duo.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-The "like very much to embark on . "When you get used to play-
Pacific-8 Conference direc- a pro career" ing with someone, you know
tors decided yesterday to Unlike many college players, where they're gonna be, and
continue their policy of bar- Fox did not jump to the pros they know where you're gonna
ring c o n f e r e n c e foot- when drafted. "They (the be," he said.
ball teams from playing in Flames) thought that playing Number three won't get his
any other post - season game college hockey would be good first look at Michigan State un-
except the Rose Bowl. for me." Fox said. til Saturday night's game at
"This league (Western Col- ost Ice Arena, and the Wol-
The Kelowna, British Colum- legiate Hockey Association) is vermnes high scoring defense-
theeRoselBowl.efor me."hFoxssaid
bia native will be sitting out a good league. It has the com- I
this Friday's game at Michi- petition necessary to make it
gan State because he and team- good," he said.
mate Gary Morrison engaged a United States college hoc- " "
Notre Dame player in fistic key offered Fox a chance to r
combat last Saturday. et an education and play hoc- !i .J EU
"Those one-game suspen- key simultaneously, some
sions really hurt," Fox said. thing he says "is hard to do in
"One game is a big part of the Canadian Junior leagues.
the college season, since we "They go on seven day road
only play 36 games." trips, maybe twice a month.
Greg's aviator glasses and You can't miss that much schoolr
blond hair, parted down theand expect to make it in cl-
center, don't make him look like lege."
a man who spends his weekend "Playing hockey makes aca By The Associated Press
2 evenings throwing around his demics rough," Fox said. I
six-three, 185 pound frame for "When you're playing a sport In college basketball last
AP Photo possession of a three inch vul- seriously, you want to be men- night, a pressing Notre Dame
from Kansas star Rick Suttle canized rubber disc. tally ready as well as physical- defense and the game high 31
Fox, a junior, was drafted by ly, and you can't be thinking pints of sophomore Adrian
abou schol nd b metall antey led the 13th - ranked
- - - --p-e-- about school and be mentally r eIrish to a 75-59 college basket-
Sunday is a day of rest for ball upset of No. 7 Kansas.
Fox and his roommate Robbie The game was close until
Moore, Michigan all-American midway through the second
goalie. "We don't do much on half when the Irish, making
n aed one of Moore's weight gain- straight points and built leads
ing specialties - chocolate icing up to 18 points.
mixed with Cool Whi. The victory raised undefeat-
Fox played his Junior B (pre- ed Notre Dame to 4-0 for the
sive performances, one of which sen claims that unofficial sound- college age) hockey for the Ka- season, while Kansas fell to 3-2.
is technically still undecided, in ings of rule authorities indicate lowna Buckaroos and won first- Kentucky recovered from a
their battles against those na- that the protest may be upheld. team all-league honors in his 15-point first-half deficit and,
tional giants last weekend. second season. with a 35-point performance by
On Friday Michigan took a 16- AFTER soundly defeating Hof- "The first year in any new team captain Jimmy Dan Con-
10 lead into the last two matches stra on Sunday the Maize and I league is always an adjustment ner, upset ninth - ranked North
and vet lost on a set of circum- Blue took on the Oklahoma year," he said. "It's that way Carolina 90-78 in basketball.
stances that will not likely be Sooners, who are out to defend from the first leagues right on Conner led a Kentucky scor-
reneated. Captain Dave Curby, the NCAA title this season, on through Juniors and college. Ing burst at the start of the
stifferie from an injured knee the afternoon. Young Michigan "I gained a lot of confidence second half as the Wildcats
and moononicleosis, was beaten showed tn well in defeat and in my first two years here at forged in front with the big-
by a wrestler who was best de- the 23-1 s-ore belied a very Michigan," Fox said. gest lead a 15-point bulge with
scribed by Johannesen as not close physical battle. That confidence led to im-7:50 remaining in the game.
Curby's equal." Jim Brown has done nothing - - Southern Illinois, Michigan's
but win this season and he con- ---
IN THE NEXT match Spartan tinned his skein with a superior S C Rn s e ihs souri
heavyweight Ken Avery seemed decision against Oklahoma. Billopentytis e saura
to be headed for defeat at the Schuck, Fred Lozon and Mark -Western, winning 96-64.
hands of Michigan's Mitch Mar- Johnson also conquered Sooner: COLLEGE BASKETBALL
sicano when disaster overtook opposition. Kentucky 90, North Carolina 7
the Ble grappler. While at- Notres ame 75, Kansas 9
temnting a reversal against the BOUYED BY the wrestlers' Iayton 90, ietroit 761
tirming a Dho90D7ng fine showing thus far Johanne- IVanderbilt 9, Texas Tech 6m
of the third period Marsicano sen reflected for a moment, "I Northwestern 82, Valparaiso 74 Y
found himself on his back and feel really good about the fact Niagara 77, Buffalora state eu
Memphis State 70, Florida State 691
was quickly pinned. that we've done so well despite Alabama 91, Georgia Tech 76
Johannesen protested the meet injuries and inexperience in: Arizona state 72, wichita State 70
to the NCAA on the basis of an places." Southern Illinois 96,
earlier match between 158 Just after Christmas the Blue Mo. Western 64
Purdue at San Diego St., inc. j -
pounders Ed Nieswender and will participate in the Midlands Mississippi 84, Arkansas 73
MSU's Rick Greene. Tournament, a meet which is NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE
Though officially a draw (9-9) not considered key for the team Washington 23, Los Angeles 17
the referee made a glaring error but which provides an oppor- (Detroit eliminated from playoff } PIONEER
in awarding Greene a penalty tunity for individual accomplish- _contention) _________
noint for stalling. He cautioned ment.
Nieswender, but did not warn If Michigan continues to im-
him, which is expressly re- prove at anywhere near their now in stock
'iiired, before giving the Farm- present rate they will be in the
ers a gift point. thick of the national scramble SR 50 Give yourself a music system
by March, when the title is de- for the Holidays. Save now
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Five wrestling meets in one
week and thirty-five straight,
days in practice are enough to
spoil anyone's appetite but ap-
parently the Wolverine grap-
plers are an exception.
First year coach Bill Johan-
nesen led the team to Thano's
Lamplighter for a relaxing Si-
cilian pizza after their recent
ordeal. With no meets in sight
till after Christmas the Blue can
afford just a little extra weight.
LAST WEEK the Wolverines
established themselves as an
extremely talented, if not very
polished, wrestling squad.
The departure of four stellar
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seniors off last season's NCAA
runners-up has left gaping holes
but the Wolverines are taking
giant strides toward making up
the loss.
In defeating highly toutedj
Penn State as well as Hofstra
and Pitt, Michigan showed what
it had already accomplished.
Close losses to menacing Michi-
gan State and defending NCAA
champs Oklahoma served to
point up the team's potential
and present a future challenge;
at the same time.
FIGHTING adversity at least!
as much as the opposition, the'
matmen turned in two impres-

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By JEFF LIEBSTER
AS ANN ARBOR settles into its slushy winter and fall term'
draws to a close, many students head for their books. Those
who are able to transcend such mundane matters as papers and
finals are found down at the I.M. building where the action
seems endless.
The competitive program is still raging. In the Residence
Hall division a fierce battle for the lead in all-year points is
occuring between Reeves, Michigan, Couzens and Allen-
Rumsey.
The K.R.'s are dominating the Graduate division standings
and defending champions Ubermensch have maintained a sub-
stantial margin over a bevy of teams vynig for runner-up honors.
Phi Theta Delta holds a slight edge in the Greek League.
Coliseum opens
The women are packing things up over at Barbour Gym and
preparing for their move to the luxurious offices at the old Coli-
seum. Starting next term Ann Carney and Co. will run their
show from the ex-hockey arena at S. Fifth and Hill.
This week several all-campus tournaments come to a close.
Last night, Steve Falzone's FISH succumbed to the Dental
School's Carious Lesions 2-1, as Al Tichklater scored on a third
period penalty shot, to capture the fall ice hockey crown.
In the finals of the Pre-Holiday Basketball Tournament,
which will be held Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m., the Nets
(minus Doctor J) will take on the winners of the Chitown
Hustlers-D.S.A. clash.
The Residence Hall and Fraternity wrestling final matches
in all weight classes will be held Wednesday night at 7:00 p.m.
in the I.M. bldg. main gym.
Speaking of the I.M. building, it will be open most of the
Christmas vacation. It will be closed on the following days:
December 22, 25, 28, 29, and January 1, 4, and 5. The rest of
the time the building is available at varying hours. Call 663-4181
for more specific information.
Looking ahead to next semester, basketball entries for
the Fraternity and Residence Hall leagues are due by De-
cember 11. Independent entries must be in by January 9,
and Graduate, Women's and to-rec entries are due Janu-
ary 10.
For those interested in officiating basketball next term there
will be meetings on Janiary 9 and January 16 in the Wrestling
room of the I.M. bldg. The first meeting will be for signing up
and administrative details, the second will be a clinic and
movie. Both are obligatory.
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