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THE MCWGAN DAILY

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Montreal

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By BRUCE BENNETT
Michigan steps out of the West-
ern Intercollegiate Hockey League
wars this weekend as it meets the
University of Montreal tonight and
tomorrow at the. Coliseum.
The face off for both games is
8 p.m.
Tickets for tonight's game can
be obtained at the Athletic Ad-
ministration Building until 4:30
today and after 5 p.m. at the rink.
Although the series will not be
counted in the Wolverines' bid for
the WIHL title, Coach Vic Heyliger
indicated yesterday that the games
will be highly crucial for his team.
Played Best Against Gophers
"We played our best hockey of
the year at Minnesota last week-
end," the Michigan mentor com-
mented, "and if we continue to
play at the same pace, we'll be
tough to beat.'
Heyliger stressed that it will
take a supreme effort on Michi-
gan's part to beat the. colorful
Quebec squad, which is currently
in second place in the Eastern
Canadian Intercollegiate Hockey
League.
Series Even
Couched by veteran , Arthur
Therrien, in his eighth season at
the helm of the Carabins, Mon-
treal has always been a tough foe
for the Wolverines. In ten previous
meetings, the series is all even,
with each team having four wins
And two games ending in a tie.
In last year's action, Michigan
eked out a 3-2 victory in th
opener, but was hard pressed the
second night and had to come from
behind late in the game to secure
a three-all tie.
The peppery Therrien has eight
veterans returning from last year's
squad. Heading the list is forward
Roland Landry, who scored three
of his teams five goals on Coliseum
ice last winter.
Goalie eturns
Back in the fold also is goalie
Cyrille Guevremont, a colorful
puckstopper who turned in brilli-
ant performantces against Michi-
gan last year.
The other returnees are defense-

men Gerard Houle, Gaston Per-
rault and Andre Bedard along with
'orwards Stan Bodeck, Marc Trem-
blay and Maurice Lamoureaux.
Heyliger rates this tean as good
or better than Michigan Tech and
believes that they will give Michi-
gan the tough competition they
need in preparation for the Tech
series.
Howes Leads In Defense
WIHL individual statistics this
week show that the Wolverines
Lorne Howes still leads the circuit
in the goals against department
with a 2.1 average.
Michigan scorers, on the other
hand, lag far behind the league
leaders. Bill MacFarland ranks
thirteenth with 30 points, to pace
the team, while Tom Rendall with
23 and Dick Dunnigan with 20 trail
him.
Bob Schiller is the team's bad
manwith 43eminutes in penalties,
but he is far behind the league's
leader Gary Hughes of Colorado
College, who has sat out 63 min-
utes.

'If' Situation
Still Clouds
WIHL .Race
What are Michigan's NCAA
hockey playoff chances?
If Michigan Tech wins two
games from last-place Michigan
State this weekend the situation
in the WIHL will be:
The Wolverines must then win
all remaining four games from
Tech to end up in first place in the
standings. If Michigan wins three
of four from the Huskies, each
team will end up with the same
number of points.
Colorado College, who still has
two tough series left with Minne-
sota and arch-rival Denver, must
gain a point somewhere. If Michi-
gan wins three of four from Tech
and Colorado can sweep its last
four contests-the League will end
up in a three-way tie for the two
playoff spots.
In case of a three-way tie or a
tie for second place in points, the
decision will still be a mathe-
matical one. The next criterion
will be the number of games won.
If Michigan wins three of four
from Tech, the Huskies could still
be one game ahead in the "win
column."
A tie in games won would mean
that the team with the most goals
scored would get the bid. Right
now, Michigan Tech has 68 goals
before this weekend's series with
State. Colorado has 65, and the
Wolverines have 59.
And if, by some freak chance
this should be tied also, the team
that has the best difference be-
tween goals scored and goals
against would be chosen.
'How are Michigan's chances for
the NCAA playoffs? Who knows
... now?
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MICHIGAN GOALIE LORNE HOWES gets set to stop a shot from
an unidentified Montreal player in last year's action at the
Coliseum. Tom Rendall is shown at the right moving into the
play. As the teams renew their rivalry here tonight, the series
stands all even, four wins apiece and two ties.

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By JIM BAAD
The world of sport is both ex-
citing and entertaining, but it has
its tragic side.
The fast action and intricate
coordination involved in a popular
game can hold the open-mouthed
attention of almost anyone when
it is being performed to perfection.
The athlete himself gets im-
measureable satisfaction out of
the ability to play very well at the
sport he likes best. But in order
to provide fast action for the
fans and satisfaction for the play-
ers the human body must fall
under a great strain.
The Strain of Basketball
Basketball is a game in which
muscles and joints are forced to
act in many directions and at var-
ious speeds almost all at once.
The quick start, the driving lay-
up, rebounding, the foot and hand-
work needed on defense, the twist-

ing, turning action need for jump
shots; all these and many more
regular features of basketball put
strain on the body.
For this reason sprains, bruises,
pulled muscles, and blistered feet
are common ailments in basket-
ball, and every so often a crippling
injury takes place which so limits
a player's effectivness that he can
no longer play up to standards.
Such is the story of Jim Barron.
Barron was one of. Michigan's
brightest stars in his sophomore
year. He led Michigan scoring
with a 17.1 point per game aver-
age and was picked to the All-
Conference second team.
Sharp-Shooter
Barron was the driving, sharp
shooting type guard, an excellent
running mate for Don Eaddy. Even
more, he was a sure scorer and
team leader that would be around
Michigan for two more seasons.
Today Barron is still with the
squad. He is still practicing, still
traveling with the team. Which
one is he? He's the "third string-
er with the polish" who shoots
between halves with the other
reserves while Coach Bill Perigo
is giving half-time instructions
to the "regulars."
In December, 1954, the driving
Barron was starting his second
year on the varsity. He got off to
a rather slow start, but as the

first Conference game approached,
he was rounding into shape.
The Conference season arrived;
Indiana was the initial opponent.
After two minutes on the floor,
Barron's promising basketball car-
eer was over.k
Barron had the ball, lost his
man on a screen, twisted to take
his shot, and something snapped;
The ligaments and cartilages in
his left knee were torn up.
He was hospitalized for obser-
vation and afterwards missed the
rest of the season. Last spring an
operation was performed to re-
move the torn tissue.
This year he came back and he
tried, but the weakened joint
couldn't take the strain. He had
a stumbling motion when he start-
ed to drive which slowed him up
far too much. The driving shot
was Barron's style, without it he
is not effective.
Therefore, Jim Barron sits on
the bench, still practicing, but
with a hopeless resignation. He
knows he's good. He still looks
sharp at times, when the leg
doesn't seem to bother him. And
yet because of an injury he can't
play.
Since Barron had two minutes
of Conference play in 1954-55 and
has been on the team this year,
he has no more eligibility. He is
therefore all through on the
basketball floor-another repre-
sentive of the tragic side of sports.

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MICHIGAN....,..11
Colorado College .. 10
North Dakota 7
Minnesota ......... 7
Denver...........4
Michigan State . ... 1

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GAMES THIS WEEKEND
Minnesota at Colorado College
Michigan Tech at Michigan State
I-M SCORES
WATER POLO
Chicago 3, Michigan 0
Hayden 2, Wenley 1
Cooley 1, Huber 0
Alleh-Rumsey defeated Strauss
(forfeit)
Winchel 2, Reeves 1
INDEPENDENT BASKETBALL
Seldon Seen Kids 33, Other House 23
Foresters 29, Newman Club 20
Eagle Hawkers 43, Pill Pushers 36
Latvians defeated Medics (forfeit)
rn-no-Mice over Globe Trotters
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Farouk's 29, Reds 18
PRO FRATER$ITY BASKETBALL
Alpha Chi Sigma 27, Phi Alpha Delta
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Alpha Omega 50, Tau Epsilon Rho 15
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Delta Sigma Phi 32, Alpha Rho Chi
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