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111', Colorado To Clash Tonight
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' Tigers Top St. Lawrence
To Enter NCAA Ice Final
By PHIL DOUGLIS
Special to The Daily
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colora-
do--It's payoff time at the Broad-
moor tonight as Michigan's blaz-
ing Wolverines tear into Colorado
College with the collegiate hockey
championship of the United States
Colorado College earned the
right to try and stop Michigan
from gaining its fifth NCAA crown,
by squeezing out a hard-fought 2-1
victory over St. Lawrence Univer-
With Kenny Smith powering in
two second period goals, the Ti-
gers rolled into the finals, but not
until withstanding a furious third
period St. Lawrence rally.
Harvard and St. Lawrence play
for third place this afternoon in
the consolation battle billed as the
championship of the East.
The WIHL champion Tigers took
nearly twice as many shots as did
St. Lawrence and the score would
have been much greater if not for
the sterling goaltending of Larrie
goalie Bill Sloan. Sloan kicked out
46 Tiger shots but let the two big
ones get by and that was the game.
St. Lawrence apparently opened
the scoring early in the second
period when the puck was slipped
by Colorado College's equally out-
standing goalie Jeff Simus during
a scramble in front 'of the net.
The goal was not allowed, how-
ever, because of what the referees
termed "illegal use of the stick" on
the part of the Larries.
Just a minute later Colorado
gained the official lead when
FIRST PERIOD: no scoring. Penalties
--St. Lawrence--Batson (extra man
on ice) 8:52; Colorado College-Hub-
chik (tripping) 17:38.
SECOND PERIOD: 1 Colorado College--
K. Smith (unassisted) 4:04; 2 Color-
ado College-K. Smith (Hilton) 16:02.
hard (hooking) 8:12; Wischart (hold-
THIRD PERIOD: 3 St. Lawrence-Zis-
cak (Meehan, Walker) 11:00. Penal-
ties-Colorado College-Hughes (el-
bowing) 5:23; Hubchik (crosscheck-
ing) 12:02; St. Lawrence-McKinnon
To See 'M'
Special to The Daily
MILWAUKEE, Wis. -- Coach
Don Canham and ten of his Mich-
igan cindermen arrived here last
night for this evening's annual
Milwaukee Journal Relays.
The Wolverines, fresh from an
overwhelming victory in the Big
Ten indoor meet last weekend, will
send their mile and two-mile relay
teams, plus a miler and pole vault-
er, into action.
In the one-mile relay, Canham
will use Dave Hessler, Dick Flodin,
Laird Sloan and Grant Scruggs,
the same quartet which placed
second to Indiana in the Confer-
ence event. John Moule, Pete Gray,
Hobe Jones and Dan Walter are
slated to compete in the two-
Freshmen to Compete
Geert Keilstrop, miler, and Eeles
Landstrom, pole vaulter, will both
compete unattached. The two, both
freshmen, have been improving
this year, and will add strength
to Canham's varsity next season.
Landstrom has already vaulted
14'4", bettering the Yost Field
House record, and Keilstrop is a
promising miler from Denmark.
Th eRev. Bob Richards will be
on hand at the meet with his new,
longer pole. He holds the meet pole
vault record at 15' 4%", and is the
only vaulter who seriously threat-
ens Cornelius Warmerdam's world
record of 15-8y2.
... meets an old foe
Smith slapped the rebound from
one of Sloan's fabulous saves past
the sprawling goalie.
Smith got the clinching tally
at 16:02 of the stanza when he
angled a 15-foot shot for the cor-
ner of the net which Sloan missed.
The Larries, fighting desperately
to put an eastern team into the
finals, turned on the pressure in
the final period, but only a single
power play was convertable into
The victorious Tigers were far
from impressive before their huge
partisan crowd. Many times the
forward lines failed to utilize key
Colorado College will have to
show greater offensive strength to-
night if they hope to edge out the
Wolverines for the national title.
Most observers, including coaches
Vic Heyliger of Michigan and
Cheddy Thompson of the Tigers,
expect a great battle, especially
with the Tigers having a home
crowd to support them against the
This marks the second time that
Michigan has faced Colorado Col-
lege in the finals. In 1952 the
Wolverines took the championship
with a 4-1 triumph over the Tig-
JOHN MOULE PETER GRAY
. .. seek new laurels
MEXICO CITY -) - The Pan
American Congress awarded the
1959 Pan American games to
Cleveland Friday, ending a three-
day wrangle over the site and
clearing the way for today's gala
opening of this year's games.
Other cities which had been con-
sidered were Rio de Janeiro, San-
tiago de Chile, Guatemala City and
The opening of the second Pan-
American Games finds the United
States heavily favored to dominate
Some 2,000 athletes from 22 na-
tions and territories are expected
to compete in the double-decked
modern stadium at University City
that seats 110,000.
Stun Kentucky, 79-71
In NCAA Playoff
EVANSTON, (A) - In a torrid
lead-changing battle, Marquette
broke ahead in the final seven
minutes last night to build up a
79-71 victory over Ketucky, the
nation's second ranking team, in
an opening NCAA regional bas-
ketball tournament game.
The score was tied 16 times and
the lead changed 25 times before
the eighth-ranked Warriors burst
to the front to stay three minutes
after two of Kentucky's better
defense men-Ray Mills and Gerry
The victory was Marquette's
24th in 26 starts. The Wildcats ab-
sorbed their third defeat in 25
Kentucky's great 6-loot-7 cen-
ter, Bob Burrow, hit 12 of his to-
tal 19 points in the first half and
the Wildcats' other hotshot scor-
er, guard Gayle Rose, also donated
12 in this time and added eight
more in the finale for a total of
Kentucky led 38-36 at halftime.
Gerry Hopfensperger contribut-
ed six points in the fading min-
utes before fouling out.
Marquette hit 8 baskets in 69
attempts for a sizzling .405 per-
centage. Kentucky made good on
29 of '73 for .397.
The Warriors used only six play-
ers and five of them hit in double
figures-Terry Rand with 19, Russ
Wittberger 18, Hoffensperger 13
and Schulz 10.
In the last half Marquette tied
the count four times and took the
lead four times before going ahead
Don Bugalski's two free throws
pushed the Warriors in front 63-
62, and Rube Schulz added three
quick baskets for a 71-64 bulge.
OTHER NCAA SCORES
Bradley 81, SMU 79
Colorado 69, Tulsa 59
La Salle 73, Princeton 46
Canisius 73, Villanova 71
Iowa 82, Penn State 53
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By HAP ATHERTON
With the 1954-55 basketball sea-
son just a fading memory, Michi-
gan cage fans are looking to a
future which, judging by this
year's freshman squad, may not be
as bleak as past seasons.
"We have a relatively good
freshman team this year," replied
freshman coach Dave Strack when
querried on the subject. "The one
big trouble that has plagued the
varsity this season has been the
lack of depth. Graduation of Paul
Groffsky and Don Eaddy is going
to leave vacancies that will have
to be filled, and we have several
men that may qualify."
Two men on the frosh squad
have proved outstanding, and are
good bets to fill Groffsky's for-
ward slot. Six foot six inch Pete
Tillotson from Ludington, Michi-
gan, who can play equally well
at center or forward, and six foot
five inch Randy Tarrier, a for-
ward from Cambridge, Ohio, are
the most likely candidates.
Heighth hasn't been lacking on
the freshman squad. Besides Tar-
rier and Tillotson, Joe Sisko from
Chicago, Ill., who stands a tall
six feet five inches, has those ex-
tra inches so vital to basketball
players. Sisko has proved to be a
great rebounder, which makes him
another potential Groffsky re-
placement, but thus far he has
shown little all around playing
Eaddy's slot could go to any one
of three men. Bill Wright, 6-0
from Michigan City, Indiana, who
boasts a quick, accurate outside
shot, will get stiff competition for
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Gene Honeyman, and Bob Sulli-
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