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'FRIDAY, DECEMBER "1, 1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

rAGE SEVEN

Controversy Shro ds Michigun- IISU Grt

I Series

Big Ten Schedule Debates
To Be Resumed in January

By DICK CRAMER
Associate Sports Editor
Uncertainty still shrouding the
future of the Michigan-Michigan
State football series should be
ended early next* month.
Big Ten representatives will re-
sume their scheduling conferences
before the National Collegiate
Athletic Association meetings in
St. Louis Jan. 5. At that time the
controversy will be revived over
wheie and whether the Wolverine
and Spartan gridders will play
each other in 1959 and 1960.
Home And Home Series
Michigan State, its Macklin
Field capacity being increased to
76,000, is reportedly holding out
for home-and-home series with
every future football foe begin-
ning in 1959. It wants each op-
ponent to come to East Lansing
at least once'in two seasons.
This policy would require a shift
from the setup that has developed
with Michigan who plays host to
the Spartans now for four years'
out of every five. It also conflicts
with Michigan State's arrange-
ment with Kansas State-all,
games of that series are now
1 scheduled for East Lansing.
Last month's Big Ten meeting
failed to complete the Conference
} scheduling for 1956 and 1960 in
the normally-allotted time appar-
ently because of this conflict.
Arguments Against Proposal
Michigan Athletic Director H. 0.
"Fritz" Crisler has declined to
comment onwhether he is willing
to accept Spartan demands for
more home games in the lucrative
intra-state rivalry. The Wolver-
ines can use their even bigger
stadium (101;001) and greater
Iowa, Oregon
HolWorkouts
PASADENA, Calif. (A') - T h e
Iowa football squad went through
another "controlled scrimmage"
yesterday and Head Coach Forest
Evashevski sounded a though
about his Rose Bowl encounter
with Oregon State.
"We know what Oregon State,
probably will do but not when they
will do it."
In Santa Monica, the Beaver
coach, Tommy Prothro, sent his
team through a routine but spirit-
ed practice, with emphasis in the
morning drill on punting and place
kicking.
NHL SCORES
Boston 1, Detroit 1

proximity to Detroit as argumentsj
against the MSU proposal.
Crisler states that Michigan en-
ters the scheduling meetings
"without any commitments. We
assume a full share of the re-
sponsibility for insuring that the
Conference rules are met with each
institution being able to schedule
at least six Big Ten games and!
two home contests."
Besides that, he claims willing-
ness toeparticipate in the "give-
and-take" of the meeting in an ef-
fort to gain for Michigan the best
home slate possible.
Attempt At Compromise
If he and MSU Athletic Director
Clarence "Biggie" Munn cannot,
reach agreement, Michigan can
either go outside the Big Ten to
line up a "big attraction" to fill
the void or it may schedule an-1
other Conference opponent. Either
way, it would be hard to make up
for the loss in tradition and money
a halt to the State rivalry would
incur.

Scoring Record Established,
'In Last Week's NBA Play
By PAUL BORMAN"+
By PUL BRMANtheir first gamne but then dropped
After breaking the team scOr- successive contests tohNew York
i ing record two weeks ago, the and Minneapolis.
eight teams of the National Bas- Following the Royals are grad-I
ketball Association stormed back ually closing the gap are the Min-
to establish a new record in last neapolis Lakers with a mark of
week's play. 112 triumphs in 25 games. The
Last week's peak established a Lakers captured two of three'
new record of 104 points per team games last week, beating Rochest-
per game. This bettered the pre- er and Boston while dropping to
vious mark of one week tenure the Warriors.
which had the squads averaging Trailing the Royals by .002 per-
102 markers. centage points are the Fort Wayne
Splitting last week's high scor-' Pistons, By splitting last week's
ing increased the lead of the Bos- game with a win over New York
atonCeltics over the rest of the and a loss to Boston the Pistons!
Eastern Division. The Celts tri- hold a record of 11 triumphs in
umphed over Fort Wayne and St. 23 games.
Louis and lost to Rochester and Resting in the cellar of the
Philadelphia to bring their Fsea- Western Division is St. Louis who
sons mark up to 16 wins in 23 was only able to win one out of'
games. four games last week, giving them
Following Boston nine wins in 23 season contests.
.. Distantly following Boston Is _______________
Philadelphia with 13 wins in 24
contests. Although the Warriers
boast the two leading scorers in

Hecker Qluestioned
PHILADELPHIA1('} -- Commissioner Bert Bell of the
National Football League said yesterday he had received a
categorial denial from Nort Rlecker of the Washington Redskins
that Hecker ever took part In a money pool with the payoff
going to the player who "got" Bobby Layne of the Detroit Lions.
Bell said he asked Hecker whether he knew of a pool
designed to stop any player and if he'd participated in a pool
among Los Angeles players to get any player. Hecker answered'a
flat "no" to the questions.
FIRST SEMESTER
EXAM1NATI1Y SCHEDULE
EXAMINATION SCHEDULE
COLLEGE OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS
HORACE H. RACKHAM SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
SCHOOL OF NATURAL RESOURCES
SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
SCHOOL OF NURSING
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
January 18 to January 29, 1956
For courses having both lectures and recitations the "time
of class" is the time of the first lecture period of the week. ?or
courses having recitation only, the "time of class" is the time
of the first recitation period, Certain courses will be examined
at special periods as noted below the regular schedule.
Courses not included in either the regular schedule or the
special periods may use any examination period provided there
is no conflict or provided that, in case of a conflict, the con-
flict is resolved by the class which conflicts with the regular
schedule.
Each student should receive notification from his instru-
tor as to the time and place of his examination.
REGULAR SCHEDULE

GYMNASTICS CO-CAPTAIN - Nick Wiese, who took up gym-
nastics to correct a set of underdeveloped back muscles, Is shown
above performing on the side horse.

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By DON MCGHEE
"Gymnastics is a way of life,"
Nick Wiese, co-captain of the
Wolverine gymnastics team went
on to explain, in his easy-going
friendly manner, these words. He
said that the principles of gym-
nastics fitted very easily into one's
life because it keeps one physi-
cally fit and with this fitness one
has better mental fitness.
Poor Posture
As can easily be seen, gymnas-
tics is a very special thing to
Wiese. It is special to him in an-
other way also. When he was six
years old he had poor posture,
caused by slightly underdeveloped
muscles in his back. At the insis-
tence of his parents Wiese joined
a gymnastic club, Turnlust.
With extra help from the in-
structor Wiese began to improve.
Soon the posture trouble was
gone, and he continued to excel
until he could do many of the
routines his clubmates could not
do.
Nick was born in Alkmaar,
Netherlands, 21 years ago. He lived
there until he was 16 when he
moved to the United States with
his parents.
Won Dutch Championship
When he was 15 and still in Hol-
land Wiese won his country's AAU
national championship, in a na-

Parker Rejects Lions' Bid
Again, ut Willing T'o Deal

DETROIT W,) - Buddy Parker
yesterday turned down an offer to
coach the Detroit Lions again in
1957, but in a brief statement left
the door ajar for a possible sev-
enth season at the helm.
Openly fed up with what he
calls a "definite trend toward dirty
football" in the National Football
League and reportedly on the look-
out for more security than the
Ikons offer, the 43-year-old Parker
parried questions at a newrs con-
ferenceafter saying simply:
"I did not appear before the
board today to ask for a renewal
of my contract and I have not'
asked President Edwin Anderson
for a renewal of my contract."
Discuss Contract
The Board of Directors met
earlier in the afternoon to discuss
Parker's contract, which expires
Dec. 31. Anderson said the coach'
did not appear at the meeting, but
that the club made him an offer.
The news conferende left nearly'
everyone-except possibly Ander-

son and Parker-thoroughly con-j
fused.
One source close to the club said
Parker-though bitter about what
he called rough tactics in the NFL
-could be 1 'ersuaded to stay on
with a raise in pay and a multi-
pIe-year contract. B ' Parker
wouldn't discuss it.
"My contract. expires on Dec. 31
and that is how I am operating
as of now."
That appeared to open the way
for possible negotiations.
UO)IDA VtiREETINGS
TO A LL
...Our Patrons are
our greatrst asset . ,
The Daseola Barbers
Near Michigan Theater

tional meet of gymnasts. "'That perfect execution of a routine.-
was the most exciting thing that "Of course the will to win is also
has happened to me," recalled very important to the gymnast
Wiese. just as in any other sport."1
He also cited the Wolverines Requirements
close victory over Illinois last year Concerning the requirements of
as one of his most exciting mo- a gymnast, Wiese feels that "theI
ments. 'The whole team was will' to become a gymnast is thei
great.' only essential. 'If someone has
Nick finished high school in Go- the desire to excel in gymnasticst
shen, Ind. The school had no fa- he will be able to perform well.
cilities for his favorite sport so he The flying rings are Wiese's fa-1
kept in shape by running cross- vorite routine and he was unbeat-
country for the school. en in Big Ten competition in this7
Wiese feels that the gymnast event last year.
must work for perfection of his A senior, Wiese is a Physical
routines. To Wiese gymnastics is Education major and plans to be
an art and he seeks to improve a physical therapist. He hopes,
his style until it is perfect. eventually to become a doctor.
Any gymnast works on co-or- Wiese Is also a member of the
dination, body movement and body Pershing Rifle team, captain of
control. For a mastery of these the cheerleaders and a memberI
must come before he can approach of Acacia fraternity.
EVERY GOOD WISH FOR Aj
$ 4
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$ V
CAMPUS 1BOOTERY
$ -
Best wishes for 4,
a Very Merry Christmas 4,

the league in Paul Arizing and Neil
Johnston, they still have not been
able to provide a challenge for
Boston.
Trailing the Warriors are the I
New York Knickerbockers who
claim a .500 percentage in sea-
son's play. The Knicks have won
12 and dropped 12 and are right
on the heels of the second place,
Warriors.
Cellar position in the Eastern
Division is and has been occupied
for most of the season by the
Syracuse Nationals. The Nationals
maintain a record of eight wins;
in 22 games.
The Western Division boasts a
close three team race for the top
slot. Currently topping the loop is
Rochester, but hot on the trail of
the Royals are the Minneapolis
Lakers and Fort Wayne.
Lost Two
The Royals lost two of their
three games last week and cur-1
rently hold a record of 14 wins!
in 26 games. They beat Boston in
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MERRY CHRISTMAS
AND HAPPY NEW, YEAR!.
Saffell &BUSH
For Ov'er a Quarter Century

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1204 South University

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Monday, January 21
Thursday, January 24
Saturday, January 26
Friday, January 18
Saturday, January 19
Saturday, January 19
Tuesday, January 29
Tuesday, January 22
Wednesday, January 23
Friday, January 25
Monday, January 28
Saturday, January 19
Tuesday, January 29
Tuesday, January 22
Monday, January 28

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SPECIAL PERIODS
LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS

SPAGHETTI
AND MEALS
OUR SPECIALTY

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10:30 to 7:30 P.M. Daily
Except Saturday

Botany 2:
Chemistry 1, 3, 5E, 15, 23,
182, 183
Economics 71
Economics 72
Economics 51, 52, 53, 54, 101,
153
English 1, 2
French 1, 2, 11, 12, 21, 31,
32, 61, 62
German 1, 2, 31
Latin 21 -
Political Science 1 -
Psychology 31, 190, 235
Russian 1
Sociology 1, 60, 101
Spanish 1, 2, 21, 31, 32
Naval Science 101, 201, 301,
301M, 3015, 401, 401M,,
401S

Friday, January 18
Friday, January 18
Tuesday, January 22
Tuesday, January 29
Tuesday, January 22
Monday, January 21
Thursday, January 24
Saturday, January 26
Thursday, January 24
Monday, January 28
Friday, January 25
Thursday, January 24
Wednesday, January 23
Saturday, January 26

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SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

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Tuesday, January 22
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A. E. 130
C. E. 20, 21, 151
C. E. 22
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C. E. 70
Drawing 1, 3
Drawing 1s, 2
Drawing 1x
E. E. 5
E. M. 1
E. M. 2
English 10, 11
I. E. 100, 110
M. E. 2
Naval Science 101, 201, 301,
301M, 301S, 401, 401M,
401S
Physics 53

Thursday, January 24
Wednesday, January 23
Monday, January 21
Thursday, January 24
Friday, January 25
Saturday, January 26
Friday, January 25
Saturday, January 26
Thursday, January 24
Friday, January 18
Friday, January 18
Wednesday, January 23
Monday, January 21
Monday, January 21
Friday, January 25

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SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS
No date of examination may be changed without the con-
sent of the Committee on Examination Schedules.
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
No date of examination may be changed without the con-
sent of the Classification Committee. All cases of conflicts be-
tween assigned examination periods must be reported for adjust-
ment. See bulletin beard outside Room 301 W.E. between Decem-
ber 10 and 21 for instructions
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Individual examinations will be given forall applied music

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