FRIDAY, FEBRVARY 22,1957
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Teams in Action onight
Ice Squad at Michigan State
To Launch Crucial Series
By BRUCE BENNETT 1
Michigan makes its last away-
from-home appearance in the
Western Intercollegiate Hockey
League regular season tonight as
it journeys to East Lansing to en-
gage the Michigan State Spar-
tans at 8 p.m..
The two teams will play a re-
turn engagement at the Coliseum
tomorrow night. Gametime is also
The Wolverines, whose NCAA
playoff hopes were brightened
considerably this week by a pair
of losses sustained by North Da-
The Wolverine Club still has
available many tickets for to-
night's hockey game at Michi-
gan State. Price of the ticket
and round trip bus fare to the
game is $3.50. The tickets may
be purchased from 1-4 p.m.. to-
day at the Student Activities
kota, will be out to better their
fourth place standing in the
WIHL at the expense of the cellar
Michigan State has won only
three of 14 games in league play
and haven't beaten a Michigan
team since the 1928 season. Mich-
igan has measured them twice
this season, but were pressed to
the hilt on both occasions, 4-3 and
"These are mighty important
games for us," Coach Vic Heyli-
ger warned from his cubbyhole
dressing room at the Coliseum
before yesterday's workout. "We
can't afford to look past these
games for a moment."
Michigan State has been ham-
pered this season by a lack of
scoring punch. The Spartans have
scored only 27 goals in league
play this season for an average of
only 1.9 a game.
Other WIHL action finds North
Dakota at Denver and Minnesota
at Michigan Tech this weekend.
ED GAGNIER NEWT LOKEN
... faces tough competition . .. "squad'& working hard"
'M' Gymnasts at Navy Pier;
Hope To INip osin g Streak
By T ALJNES I
By RUDE DI FAZIO
"It is great to be coming back."
This is what Chalmers (Bump)
Elliott said yesterday of his re-
turning to Michigan, his Alma
Mater, as backfield coach.
As to Michigan's chances in the
coming football season, "Well, I
really couldn't say until I see
them in spring practice," said El-
liott: "I really don't know too
much about the returning play-
When it was suggested that, as
Iowa's top football aide, he might
know some of the Michigan weak-
nesses, Bump, as he is known af-
fectionately, replied, "I am afraid
not." "Don't forget that they have
beaten us the last four years."
Elliott was in charge of the
pressbox team for Forest Eva-
shevski at Iowa. What would be
his duties on football Saturdays
at Michigan, he didn't know. "I
haven't had a chance to talk to
Bennie about his plans for me. I
might be in the pressbox again
Noted as a speedster in his
playing days, he was remembered
by Coach Ray Eliot Ionly one l
and one t) of Illinois as the only
man that caught Buddy Young
from behind. "And Bump did it
twice," said Eliot.
In regard to this Bump said,
"that is very flattering, but don't
forget that Young was trying to
dodge ten other men on the field,
and I was fortunate enough to get
a good angle on him."
CHICAGO (AP)-At least six Big
Ten universities have signified in-
tentions of voting "yes", thus as-
suring adoption of the new finan-
cial aid to athletes plan to be
voted on at a Conference meeting
in Chicago today.
On the affirmative side are In-
diana, Illinois, Michigan, Michi-
gan State, Purdue and Wisconsin.
Iowa, Minnesota and Ohio
State reportedly will oppose the
plan. Northwestern has made no
announcement of its intentions.
"Nothing is official until the
conference vote today," said Stu
Holcomb, Northwestern athletic
director. "For all we know, maybe
someone will change his mind."
Part of the opposition to the
plan, which awards financial aid
strictly on proven need, apparent-
ly stems from the requirement
that parents of athletes must file
a financial statement with the
Conference. Some educators feel
this is an invasion of privacy.
The maximum grant-aid, or
work-aid, or combination would
be the amount needed to provide
an athlete with room, board,
books, tuition and fees. These
vary at different schools, running
from about $1,000 to' $1,800 an-
for the Finest in Recor-ded Music
IN CHICAGO TODAY:
Big Ten To Vote on Athletic Aid Plan
"Y 7 .- - ,,
"They're really working hard!"
This was Wolverine gymnastics
Coach Newt Loken's comment on
his team's preparation for two
dual meets this weekend, with l-
Nu Siu Wins in I Cage Play
linois Navy Pier and Northwest-
The team leaves Ann Arbor this
morning at 10:30 for Chicago and
the match with Navy Pier at 8:30
p.m. EST. They battle the Wild-
cats tomorrow at 3:00 p.m. EST.
Having dropped their last two
meets, the Wolverines adopted a
policy of "still more hard work"
to prepare.for this weekend's con-
tests and the Big Ten Meet, com-
ing in two weeks.
Loken expects a tough battle
from Navy Pier. Led by a fine
performer, Sandy Horn, they pos-
sees a 5-3 record. Horn will rate
as a strong match for Michigan's
star Ed Gagnier.
Tomorrow's opponent, North-
western, doesn't boast such a good
team. Minnesota is the Wildcat's
lone Big Ten victim, and Navy
Pier conquered NU, 63-48, earlier
NEW YORK (A')-Barry Mac-
Kay upset defending champion
Ulf Schmidt of Sweden last
night to gain the quarter-finals
of the National Indoor Tennis
The scores were 8-6, 1-6, 6-3.
The victory, coming on the
heels of triumphs over Dick Sa-
vitt and Vic Seizas last week-
end in Buffalo, N.Y., marked
young MacKay, a University of
Michigan senior, as one of the
bright hopes in Uncle Sam's
Davis Cup future.
The defeat of Schmidt, who
is rated the world's best on hard
boards, provided the first major
reversal in the indoor tourna-
ment at the Seventh Regiment
Other winners were top-
seeded Dick Savitt, No. 3 seeded
Herbie Flam, and Kurt Nielsen
By DAVE LYON
Scoring balance told the story
as Nu Sigma Nu, Delta Sigma
Delta, Phi Alpha Kappa, Phi
Delta Phi, and Phi Chi remained
unbeaten in I-M professional fra-
ternity basketball by winning last
A quartet of scorers, led by
lanky Nate Pierce' with 12 points
paced the Nu Sigs to a 54-35 vic-
tory over Phi Alpha Delta. Back-
ing up Pierce were Thad Stan-
ford and Froncie Gutman, each
with ten tallies, and Roger Egg-
ert, with nine. Jim Leavengood
netted 21 for the losers.
Bos Leads Rout
All nine Delta Sigma Delta
players scored in a 51-15 rout of
Phi Delta Chi, and Ron Bos, with
11 points, and Zeke Piersma, with
10, provided the punch in Phi
Alpha Kappa's 32-19 decision over
Phi Epsilon Kappa.
Phi Delta Phi staved off a late
Law Club rally to win, 35-28. Fred
Hovde and Don Meyers had 11
and ten points, respectively, for
the winners. Roy Stambaugh and
Fred Paposki contributed ten
scores apiece as Phi Chi downed
Alpha Omega, 43-23.
Muir Scores 24
In one of the top independent
games, Michigan Christian Fel-
lowship ran over Merry Men,
69-18. Don Muir with 24 points
and Gary Lutz with 20 led for
Other independent scores: Sel-
dom Seen Kids 53, Foresters 20;
Evans Scholars 53, CMS Jrs. 19;
NAK House 37, Newman Club 30;
Pill Pushers 28, Owen Co-op 22;
AFROTC 41, Congregational and
Disciples Guild 35; Mickey Mouse
40, Latvians 34; and Bermaids 30,
In Time Trials
Gomberg and Alpha Tau Omega
lead the qualifiers for tomorrow's
I-M Relay finals last night 'at
Yost Field House.
Other teams making the finals
were Hayden, Strauss, and Wen-
ley in the dorm division and Sig-
ma Phi Epsilon, Phi Delta Theta,
and Phi Gamma Delta among the
Gomberg covered the half mile
distance in 1:41.1, while ATO's
time was 1:41.9. The finals will be
held in connection with the Illi-
nois-Michigan track meet at Yost
Field House tomorrow.
The fraternities will run at 2:00
p.m. and the residence halls at
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DIARY OF A COED
MONDAY: Prof Pomfritt sprang quiz in English lit
this morning. If Shakespeare didn't write Canterbury
Tales, I'm back in the steam laundry.... Lunch at the
house - turkey hash. Question: how can we have turkey
hash when we never had turkey? ... Smoked a good,
natural Philip Morris after lunch.' Yum, yum!,... Played
bridge in the afternoon. When game was over, Mildred
Olliphant stabbed me several times with hatpin. Must
learn weak club bid.... Dinner at house -lamb hash.
Question: how can we have lamb hash when we never
had lamb? ... Smoked a Philip Morris after dinner. Good-
O! - no filter, no foolin'! ... Chapter meeting at night.
Motion made abolish capital punishment for pledges.
Motion defeateu....Smoled some more Philip Morrises.
Natural! Dreamy! ...And so to bed.
TUESDAY: Faculty tea. Spilled pot of oolong on
Dean of Women. She very snappish. Offered her a Philip
Morris. Still snappish. Offered skin graft. No help....
Dinner at Kozy Kampus Kafe -14 hamburgers. But no
dessert Have to watch waistline.... And so to bed.
WEDNESDAY: Got our marks in English lit quiz.
Lucky for me Shakespeare wrote Canterbury Tales! ...
Date with Ralph Feldspar. Purely platonic. Ralph wanted
to talk about love trouble he's been having with Mady
Vanderklung. I said things were bound to improve. Ralph
said he hopes so because the last four times he called
on Mady'she dumped vacuum cleaner bag on him. Smoked
Philip Morris. Yummm! Dinner at house-bread. That's
all; just bread.... And so to bed.
THURSDAY: Three packages from home - laundry,
cookies, records. So hungry I ate all three.... Quiz in
American history. If James K. Polk didn't invent cotton
gin, I'm in big trouble.... Had afternoon date with Erwin
Trull, pre-med. Nice boy but no loot. Took me to see
another appendectomy. Ho-hum! ... But we had Philip
Morrises afterwards. Goody, goody, gumdrops! ... Din-
ner at house. Big excitement -Vanessa Strength an-
nounced her engagement. While girls flocked around to
congratulate Vanessa, I ate everybody's mackerel....
Then smoked a good, natural Philip Morris. Dlivoon!...
And so to bed.
C M' I
Will be on campus
February 26 and 27
lacement interviews in the following areas
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FRIDAY: Got our marks in American history quiz.
Was dismayed to learn that James K. Polk did not invent
cotton'gin. He wrote Canterbury Tales. . . . Odd ! ...
Lunch at the house - bread hash.... Philip Morris after
lunch. Grandy-dandy! ... Spent afternoon getting dressed
for date tonight with Norman Twonkey. Norman is tall,
dark, loaded -a perfect doll!' Only thing wrong is he
never tells girl where he is going to take her. So I put
on a bathing suit, on top of that an evening gown, and
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