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THE" 1311011GAIN DAILY

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TIlE MICUIGAN DAILY PAGE
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urdue

Tomorrow

Final Point Totals or 1-M
Fall Semester Competition

Five Faces Holiday Clashes

Ne Faces and Uniforms
Feature A way Contes t

Independents
Team Points
Newman Club .... .. 79
Mich. Ch istiali Fellowship 301

Volleyball Standings
FACULTY VOLITh XALL

College Rules Board Alters
Free SubstituteRegulation

Mintet i eels Ohio State,
NU and Michigan State

PALM SPRINGS, California -
(UP)-The National Intercollegiate
Football Rules Committee today
revised the highly controversial
"free substitution" regulation.
Winding up their annual ses-
sion, members decided:
To eliminate the rule that per-
mitted one substitute to enter the
ame while the clock was running.
When the ball changes hands
from one team to another and the
clock is running, there will be no
restriction on the number of sub-
stitutes sent in by either or both
teams, but all of this must be ac-
complished and the players ready
to go within the regulation 25

seconds after the referee
placed the ball down.

has

Unchanged is the rule that both
teams can substitute all the
players desired when the clock is
stopped.
Also unchanged is the rule that
an injured player may be replaced
without loss of a time-out, and the
opposing team on such an occa-
sion can substitute as many men
as is desired.
There were other changes in thi
rule book, designed to encourage
offensive tactics.
A move to encourage forward
passing in the end zone also was
inserted.

When a Fellow
Welcomes Hospitaliqty

Michigan's basketball squad will
play three contests during the be-
tween-semester recess, and one
the opening day of the Spring
term.
After tomorrow's game with the
Wildcats the cagers lay-off for
final exams until January 29 when
they meet Ohio State at Yost
Field House. The last day of the
month they journey up to East
Lansing for a return match with
Michigan State, and then on Feb-
ruary 5 they move to Evanston to
tangle again with Northwestern.
The. first day of classes, Feb-
ruary 7, the Wisconsin quintet
comes to Ann Arbor to face the
Wolverines.
THE BUCKEYES, who at the
moment possess a 1-1 record in
Conference play are considered to
be among the top three contend-
ers for the Big .Nine title.
Last Saturday night they
started their season off1 on the
right foot by trouncing North-
western, 68 to 56. Monday night
the Buckeyes fell prey to a do-
or -die Illini five by the score
of 64-63, after having a five-
point edge with three minutes
to go.
Dick Schnittker and Don Raid-
iger are the pace-setter for Tippy
Dye's quintet. Schnittker scored
20 points and Raidiger- 17 in the
loss to Illinois.

THE SPARTANS have not been
faring too well in their competi-
tion to date. A 66-49 win over the
University of Detroit last Monday
gave Michigan State a 5-4 record
for the season.
The Wolverines handed them
their first loss of the season at
Yost Field House last Decem-
ber, 66-33. The return match
will be the first meeting be-
tween the two teams since MSC
was admitted to the Western
Conference.
Bill Rapchak, six-foot forward
for the Spartans, holds the indi-
vidual game scoring record, and
also is tops in total points. He
dumped in 25 counters against
Detroit, which boosted his season
total to 93.
THE FIRST weekend in Feb-
ruary the Wolverines again meet
Northwestern. A lot more can be
determined about the outcome of
this game after tomorrow night's
tilt, although always tougher on
their home court. They handed
Michigan one of its two losses
last year, but even so Northwest-
ern is listed among the have-not
clubs in the Conference this year.
Two nights after the game the
Wolverines move back on their
home grounds again and will
meet Wisconsin. The Badgers
started their season with two
road games and ran into the
same difficulty that Michigan
did. They lost both games.

New uniforms, new faces and
a new event will feature Michi-
gan's initial swimming meet at
Purdue tomorrow.
Matt Mann has decked his nat-
ators out in new blue trunks and
dazzling maize and blue robes that
are the brightest thfng to hit
Wolverine swimming circles since
distance man Jay Sanford and his
straight A averages.
Eight men represent the new
faces department among the
eighteen mermen who comprise
the present traveling squad. They
include three new backstrokers,
Tom Smith, Jack Arbuckle and
John Donaldson; f reestylers Bob
Byberg, Dave Neisch and Charlie
Moss; breaststroker Bill Austin'
and diver Jim Hartman.
THE ADDED EVENT will be
the 150-yard individual medley
which will also be added to the
Western Conference champion-
ships come March.
It will be strictly a test run
against the Boilermakers in
most departments with only the
diving, breaststroke and sprint
events figuring to be close and
Mann is planning to experiment
with several of his new charges
in quest of a backstroker to re-
place Harry Holiday and a good
individual medley man.
The 300-yard medley relay will
find either Donaldson or Smith
starting off at backstroke while
Bob Sohl or Bill Upthegrove will
do the middle breaststroke lap
and freestyler Dave Tittle or Bill
Kogen will churn the anchor lap.
Gus Stager and either Matt
Mann III, Byberg or Johnny Mc-
Carthy will represent the Wol-
verines in the 220-yard freestyle
while Dick Weinberg and Kogen,
Tittle or Moss are possible start-
ers in the 50-yard freestyle.
It will be Ralph Trimborn and
Intramural
Cagers Begin
LeagueP2.lay
Court Play sarts
In Two Leagues

Jim Hartman or George Eyster
in the diving and Weinberg and
either Kogen, Tittle or Tom
Coates in the 100-yard freestyle.
BOBBY SOHL and. Bill U~pthe-
grove or Bill Austin will carry the
Wolverine colors against Keith
Carter in the 220-yard breast-
stroke while the Michigan back-
stroke contingent will be chosen
from among sophomores Smith
Donaldson and Arbuckle.
Stager, Mann, McCarthy and
Sanford rank as the top 440
men, the 400-yard freestyle relay
will be chosen from among-
Tittle, Kogen, Weinberg, Coates,
Neisch, Sanford and Byberg and
the individual medley will be
swum by Charlie Moss and
either Upthegrove or Byberg.
Keith (The Team) Carter will
be a probable starter for Purdue
in the individual medley which
will give Mann an excellent
chance to size up Michigan possi-
bilities in this event. Best of the
Wolverine crop is apparently
Charlie Moss who placed third in
the AAU indoor meet in this
event. Carter was not entered.

p **
Fraternity
TUeam Points
Beta Theta Pi.............645
Sigma Phi Epsilon .......577
Phi Gamma Delta ......... 540
Alpha Tau Omega.........515
Sigma Alpha Epsilon ........503
Theta Chi ..................480
Kappa Sigma ...............476
Sigma Chi .. ...."........ .462
Phi Delta Theta ............448
Chi Psi .....................441
* c *
Residence Halls

Robert Owent Cooperative
ramblers.......
Mis-Fits ..............
Michigan Cooperative ...
Dodgers .................
Owlers.................
H-illtop per".......

.300
...258
...245
...245
..243
..170

'Team W.
Law .... .. . .. .. .17
E'ngineering Aero........15
Engineering Math........15
Army..................11
nglish-.................9
Engineering Physicists .. 8
Navy..................4
Public Health...........2

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1:3

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16

INTERNATIONAL VOLLEYBALL
Team W L GB
Turks.... ......22 2
Chinese ............18 6 4
Filininos...........12 12 10
Indians ............8 16 14
Europeans .........0 24 22
Co-recreational sports activ-
ities will be conducted at the
regular times tomorrow night
at the Intramural Building,
the I-M staff announced yes-
terday. All facilities of the
building will be open for play.
State Drug Co.
State and Packard
ICE CREAM - LUNCHES
DRUGS

Team
Wenley House ..........
Winchell House ........
Lloyd House ........,..
Greene House ..........
Hayden House ..........
Chicago House .........

Points
...592
......544
.....511
......496
......458
......417

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sixteen games in two divisions
. of the Residence Hall Intramural
basketball program were com-
pleted in the first night of play
Monday at the Intramural Build-
ing.
In the "A" division play, Win-
chell House trounced Williams
House, 34 - 17, Hayden I-Touse
whipped Chicago House, 29-21,
Fletcher Hall trimmed Greene
House, 33-22, Anderson House
downed Allen-Rumsey House, 27-
17, Wenley House defeated Hins-
dale House, 35-27, Lloyd House
edged Tyler House, 21-18, Vaughn
House tripped Adams House, 39-
33, and Michigan House swamped
Cooley House, 31-13.

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ENJOV THE MUSIC 01 THlE

PAGANINI QUARTET
at the Rackham Building Concerts
Tonight, Saturday and Sunday
and at Hotae on
RCA VICTOR RECORDS
The Paganini Quartet has made the following
recordings for RCA Victor
BEETHOVEN: Quartet No. 7 (Op. 59, No. 1)
DM 1151 ............................. $7.25
BEETHOVEN: Quartet No. 8 (Op. 59, No. 2)
DM 1152.$6.00
BEETHOVEN: Quartet No. 9 (Op. 59, No. 3)
DM 1153............. ............. $6.00
BEETHOVEN: Quartet No. 16 (Op. 135)
DM 1253 .............................$4.75
DEBUSSY: Quartet in G Minor
DM 1213........................ .....$6.00
Chamber music enthusiasts will find an extensive collec-
tion of their favorites recorded by the Paganini,
BIda pest, Busch and Pro Arte quartets
on RCA Victor records. We cordially

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