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JANUARY 21, 1956

THE MICHIGAN DAIL'

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Crisler Sees
Suspension
Verdict Soon
Athletic Director H. 0. "Fritz"
Crisler said yesterday that he ex-
pects the Wally Maxwell-Mike Bu-
chanan suspension to be decided
one way or the other within two
weeks.
This will mean that the two
Wolverine hockey stars should
know their eligibility status by
Michigan's next WIHL series-a
big one with Colorado College here
on February 7-8.
Details of the charges that Max-
well and Buchanan received ex-
pense money from professional
teams while being given a tryout,
during high school days in Canada,
will have to be ironed out.
In the meantime, Crisler stated
that the two athletes will "remain
under suspension pending investi-
gation." All parties involved in
the situation, including the ama-
teur teams in Canada and the pro
clubs, will have to be heard from
before anything more definite can
be decided.
Crisler To Decide
If Crisler and faculty represen-
tative Marcus Plant find that no
violation of Big Ten rulings was
involved in this case, then the
two players will probably be re-
instated in time for the competi-
tion next semester.I
Reports from here will then have
to go back to the Big Ten com-
missioner's office in Chicago. If
Maxwell and Buchanan have been
found to have lost their amateur
status by Michigan authorities,

Basketball Team Vies for Upset Win
ver Hawke yes on National Telecast
(continued from page 1) s

Swimming Clash Tonight
Michigan's and Michigan State's swimming teams meet head-
on again tonight at theSport.Building poolat 8 p.m. in what
could prove to be one of the closest dual meets this season.
The clash will be a return engagement .for the Wolverines
with the Spartans. The latter barely won the first Big Ten Invita-
tional Relays over Michigan earlier this winter at East Lansing.
United States middle distance record-holder Jack Wardrop
has recovered from a recent minor illness and is expected to com-
pete tonight against MSU.

average per game, but both are
extremely accurate shots. Each
has a .400 plus shooting average,
and against Minnesota, Seaberg
broke the Iowa single game field
goal percentage mark by dumping
in eight out of ten tries at the
basket. This comes out to an .800
average, an awe inspiring figure to
any defense.
Another dangerous man on the
Iowasquad is Carl Cain. Cain
stands only 6'3", but has the
spring of an antelope. Together
with teammates Bill Schoof and
Logan, the Hawkeyes are usedto
controlling the boards.
"They're a strong well-rounded
ball club," says Perigo. "They
have the rebounding and they're
all pretty consistent scorers." The
latter statement is well backed up
with the Hawkeye's having three
of their men averaging double fig-
ures for Conference play.
"To win this game," said Peri-
go, "we've got to play our best,
most consistent ball game. Both
the guards and the forwards must
be hitting, the defense has to be
very good without the fouls we
have been committing, and every-
body's got to drive hard all the
time."
Lack of consistency and ex-
cessive fouling have been two of
the Wolverines' biggest drawbacks
during the season. If one man
was hot, the rest weren't or if the

RIGHT AT YOUR DOOR
Anywhere in Ann Arbor

-Daily-John Hirtzel!
JAY GOOLD of Michigan and MSU's Gene Grazia (10) fight for
the puck at mid-ice during last night's rugged action at East
Lansing. The Maize and Blue won in overtime, 3-2.
conald's Goal Edges
MS U in Squeaker,_3 -2

BILL LOGAN CARL CAIN
... threat at center ... spring of an antelope
outside men were hitting, the in- the free throw line.
side men had trouble. The fouls A victory would keep the Wol-
have hurt, too. In the Wisconsin verines up there in the standings,
loss Michigan committed 20 per- too, but it just isn't in the cards
sonal fouls and lost 13 points at for them.
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WIHL SCORES
Michigan Tech 4, Minnesota
Colorado College 2, Denver 0

2

on Howes on a hard shot from the
left side of the Wolverine defen-
sive zone.
About eleven minutes later, Gra-
zia threw the Demonstration Hall
crowd into bedlam when he zig-
zagged through the Maize and
Blue defense and fooled Howes
with another shot from the left
side.
The pace quickened. MacFar-
land skated in on a loose puck
only seconds later, only to have
Schiller come out to the blue line
to bat it away. Within 50 sec-
onds, the Wolverines had been
slapped with two penalties and
were forced to play for over a
minute with two men down.

then their ineligibility from com-
petition will become official.
,It basically ends up in one big
question: was there a violation of
the Big Ten and NCAA code re-
garding amateur status? At pres-
ent, Crisler admits, there is no
answer.

Hard rushes by MSU's first line
were held off by the defensive stal-
warts Neil Buchanan, Bernie Han-
na, and Bob Pitts.
The stage was then set for the
furious overtime period, in which
Michigan was able to dominate
play, and the game-winning tally
by McDonald.
Only serious injury of the night
came when reserve M' forward
Baden Cosby, who had been moved
up to the third line, broke his
collar bone in the rough third
period.
STATISTICS
FIRST PERIOD: Goals: 1--Michigan,
Rendall ,MacFarland, Dunnigan)
5:42.
Penalties: Michigan-McIntosh (in-
terference) 9:51. Michigan State,
Jasson (slashing) 11:56; Polomsky
(charging) 14:05.
SECOND PERIOD: Goals: 2-Michi-
gan-MacFarland (Rendall, Dunni-
gan) 12:56.
Penalties: Michigan-Goold (trip-
ping) 4:53; Michigan State-Balai
(charging) 7:42.
THIRD PERIOD: Goals: 1-Michigan
State - Hendrickson (Grazia,
Parke) 1:54; 2-Michigan State-
Grazia (Jasson) 12.04.
Penalties: Michigan-Schiller (hold-
ing) 12:18; MacFarland (board
checking) 13:05.
OVERTIME PERIOD: Goals: 3---
Michigan - McDonald (Schiller)
3:52.

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January 27-31
Ladies' and Men's Giant Slalom.
500-5,000-10,000 meter skating.
Figure skating, men's and ladies'
compulsory figures.
10, 15, 30Km. and combined
cross-country ski.
Two-men bobsled.
February 1-4
Ladies' and men's downhill ski-
ing.
Ladies' and men's ski relay race.
50 km. cross-country ski.
Figure skating, ladies' and men's
free skating.
Figure skating, pairs.
Four-men bobsled.
Hockey games will be played
every day.
February 5
Special ski jumping.
Closed ceremony.

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By the Associated Press
CORTINA D'AMPEZZO, Italy-
The Russians have a reputation
for not entering international
sports competition unless they
think they can win.
Next week's Winter Olympics,
Russia's first, apparently are no
exception. With six days remain-
ing before the 1956 games get
under way in this Alpine Village,
even conservative appraisals of
Russian strength concede the
Soviets six gold medals.
That's more than some nations
have been able to collect since
the winter games were inaugurat-
ed in 1924. From what ,they've
seen of the Russians in warmup
competition, particularly speed
skating and ski jumping, experi-
enced observers figure the big four
among the Olympic nations-Nor-
way, the United States, Sweden
and Finland-will have to make
room for one more.
Norway Dominated
Since 1924 Norway has domin-
ated the winter games, winning
301/ gold medals. The United
States follows with 17. Then
come Sweden, with 13, and Fin-
land with 12 1/2.
Russia's Alpine skiers form a
'mystery" team. Little is known
about their potentials, except that
they've looked better than expected
in several pre-Olympic meets in
Switzerland and Austria.
American hopes have been han-
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a deep wound suffered Thursday
when she fell and gashed her right
leg with her skate blade.

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