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FRIDAY, MARCH 15,1957

THE MICHIGN iU AII

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'M' Icers To Face Harvard Tonight;
NCAA States J. Rendall Ineligible'

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JERRY KARPINKA (right) gets set to take over Wally Maxwell's
(left) position on the first line after Maxwell was ruled ineligible
by the NCAA.
Athietie Heads Surprised
By Ineligibility Suspension

Colorado College Nips Clarkson, 5-3,
In First Round of Hockey Playoffs
By BRUCE BENNETT
By BUCE BENNETTy master juggling in tonight's game. If Michigan is going to repeat
Special to The Daily As it now stands Jerry Karpinka wt nte itr
COLORADO SPRINGS-Michi- w sad ry with another victory over coach
COLORDO SPINGS-ichi-will skate in Maxwell's right wingvecoh
gan begins defense of its NCAA position with Tom Rendall and Ralph "Cooney" Weiland's six to-
hockey title here at the Broad- IGary Starr. Neil McDonald's line night, it will have to be at its
moor Ice Palace tonight at 10:15 remains intact, with the older best.
(EST) when it clashes with Har- Rendall and McDonald alternat- The Crimson are led by Bob
vard's Ivy League champs-but it ing at center on a third line with Cleary, their great center, who
will have to do so minus the ser- Don Gourley and John Hutton. made a runaway of the Eastern
vices ofranother player, sopho- Tonight's game is only the third scoring race this year. Cleary, a
more forward John Rendall. metnoniettenMcga brother of Bill Cleary; ex-Harvard
Rendall has been sidelined by meeting on ice between Michiganbrhr fBlCeay e-rad
Rend 11 hasbeeny sidlind an by Harvard.hachteam has one star and member of last year's
the NCAA for allegedly signing a andyEach team, crd7
Toronto Maple Leaf option last victory in the previous games.Oypctam crd7 points
year. Unless coach Vic Heyliger Their most recent meeting was in 23 games.
can clear his status through the here at Broadmoor just two years Other Harvard stars with whom
professional hockey league offices ago. In that game the Wolver- the Wolverines must contend are
in Montreal, Quebec, by tonight, ines defeated the Crimson, 7-3, Bob McVey, Dan Ullyot, John
Rendall will not play. and went all the way to win the Copeland, and goalie Jim Bailie,
Rendall is the third Wolverine NCAA title. the only senior on the squad.
sidelined by NCAA officials in the
last three days. Tuesday Wally
Maxwell and Mike Buchanan were
suspended.
Meanwhile, the tenth annual
NCAA hockey classic got under-
way here last night, as Colorado StoC We sh s are now forbidden
College battled its way into to-
morrow night's finals by whipping
Clarkson, 5-3.
Colorado College carried the at-
Tesport1sbngb nd
tack to Clarkson thoughout the
entire contest, outshooting its
Eastern foe, 60-21.
After battling to a 1-1 tie in dBiker g wilconr id e r o
the first period, the Tigers brokeri ngwlco t ue n
on top with goals by Bunt Hubchik
and Bob McCusker in the second'!
riod. After this they were never And ourservicewi Xand
McCusker was Colorado College's
hero, scoring three goals. The
score would have been much high-
er had it not been for the bril-
liant play of Ed McDonald in the
Clarkson nets. He stopped 55 shots.
The loss of John Rendall means S U E T ' E 2S "1
that Heyliger will have to do some
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By JOHN HILLYER
Mystery and turbulence still
surrounds the suspension of eli-
gibility on Tuesday of Michigan
hockey players Wally Maxwell and
Mike Buchanan for the current
NCAA playoffs.
This powder-keg was added to
by the suspension yesterday of
Broadcast
Wolverine fans will be able to
tune in the semifinal NCAA
hockey game tonight.
The broadcast of the Michi-
gan-Harvard game will be car-
ried in the Ann Arbor area by
WHRV, 1600 on the dial. It will
begin at 10:00 p.m. E.S.T.
If the Wolverines win the
game, the Saturday evening
championship game will be
r carried by WHRV.
John Rendall, sophomore center,
on the eve of the tournament.
According to Prof. Marcus Plant,
University law professor and ath-
letic faculty representative, Bu-
chanan and Maxwell were derailed
when the NCAA eligibility com-
mittee ruled Tuesday night that
t they violated the NC AA constitu-
St. Louis Tops
Fort Wayne
ST. LOUIS (AP) - The St. Louis
Hawks, scoring 45 points in a
rousing second quarter, defeated
the Fort Wayne Pistons 115-103
yesterday in the first playoff game
to decide first place in the west-
ern division of the National Bas-
ketball Assn.
The Hawks will meet the Min-
neapolis Lakers in the division
championship game here Satur-
day afternoon. '

tional .provision relating to ama-
teur status of athletes.
The ruling came as a complete
surprise to everyone in the Michi-
gan camp who has been available
for comment., but this may not in-
clude athletic director H. 0.
"Fritz" Crisler, who was said to
have been en route to Ann Arbor
from Atlantic City, N.J., yester-
day.
The surprise results from the
fact that the pair had already
served a year of ineligibility un-
der the edict banded down last
year by the Big Ten when it was
discovered that they had both
received expense money to try out
with professional squads.
Tuesday night's decision on Bu-
chanan, who is injured and could
not have participated anyway, and
Maxwell was announced by the
eligibility committee of the NCAA
to Otis Barnes, Colorado College
faculty representative and head
of the tournament committee.
Bar res then informed Plant of
the decision.
Colorado College is one of the
participants in the tournament as
well as its host school.
Information circulatedat Colo-
rado Springs has strongly hinted
that it was Barnes who brought
the question of the status of the
two Wolverines to the attention of
the eligibility committee in the,
first place.
It is rumored that Michigan
coach Vic Heyliger has been dis-
satisfied with the officiating at
Colorado Springs in past games
there, and his reported ire over
this latest development could have
some tangible repercussions.
There has been speculation over
the. possibility of forming a new
hockey league and of Michigan's
withcrawal from the WIHL.
Most of the Michigan dissatis-
faction has arisen from the tim-
ing of the announcement-on the
eve of the playoffs.

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Held Tonight
EVANSVILLE, Ind. (P)-Lead-
ing all the way,- Wheaton College
last night eased by Los Angeles
State, 71-53, and into the finals
of the NCAA Small College Bas-
ketball Tournament against Ken-
tucky Wesleyan.
Wesleyan, ramming in 28 points
in a nine-minute stretch starting
the second half, trimmed Mount
St. Mary's of Emmitsburg, Md.,
99-81, in the first semifinal con-
test to advance to tonight's cham-
pionship showdown at 10 p.m.
EST.
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
Cleveland 9, Chicago (N) 8
Phil. 7, Kansas City 6
Baltimore 7, New York (N) 6
New York (A) 3, Detroit 2
Chicago (A) 12, Washington 2
.Milwaukee 12, Brooklyn 9
Boston 4, St. Louis 0I
Cincinnati 7, Pittsburgh 4
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