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SATURDAY, MARCH 16, i957

THE MICHIGAN DA11r V

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Michigan Icers Blast Harvard, Reach NCAA

Finals

To Face Colorado College Tonight;
Rendall Sparks 'M' With Three Goals

MSU Cagers Nip Irish

-Daily-Dick Gaskill
LEADS 'M' SCORING - Tom Rendall, perhaps with the intention
of making up for his brother's ineligibility, boomed across three
goals last night to lead Michigan in its 6-1 victory over Harvard.
'M' Athletic. Heads Express
Dissatisfaction over Rulings

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alone on the left side and beat
Ross Childs from 20 feet out.
FIRST PERIOD: Scoring-1
-Michigan Switzer (Pitts)
14:53. Penalties - Michigan --
Schiller (charging) 8:44; Har-
vard-Vietze (elbowing) 9:41;
Harvard-Owen (interference)
14:30; Michigan - Childs
(tripping) 15:31, served by
Gourley; Michigan -- Rendall
(holding) 16:28, served by Hut-
ton; Harvard - Ullyot (charg-
ing) 19:07; Harvard - Cope-
land (tripping) 19:16.
SECOND PERIOD: Scoring-
2-Michigan-Rendall (Starr)
1:09; 3 -- Michigan - Rendall
(unassisted) 3:07, 4-Michigan
-Hayton (Switzer) 10:51; 5 -
Michigan -- Rendall (Schiller,
Karpinka) 17:15. Penalties -
Harvard - Copeland (kneeing)
12:24; Michigan-Starr (charg-
ing) 13:19.
THIRD PERIOD: Scoring --
6 - Michigan - Schiller (Mc-
Donald) 14:26; 1 - Harvard-
McVey (Fischer, Vietze) 15:17.
Penalties - Michigan -- Starr
(charging) 0:57; Michigan --
Hayton (illegal check) at 5:39;
Michigan Hayton (charging)
9:08. Total saves: Childs 22,
Bailey 25.

Had Childs been able to gain
a shutout tonight, it would have
been the first in NCAA tourna-
ment competition.
The game was cleanly played
with only 12 penalties handed out.
Michigan received seven of them.
Minor Injuries
Several Michigan players suf-
fered minor injuries but none of
them will b'e out tonight.
Every time the Wolverines have
gone into the finals, they have
won.
The 2,800 fans who packed the,

Broadmoor Ice Palace, site of the
playoffs, were mostly from the
local surrouundings and rooted for
the underdogs from the East
against the defending champs.
It was thought possible that
John Rendall, Michigan sopho-
more who was declared ineligible
late Thursday, might have been
reinstated for last night's con-
test, but the faculty representa-
tive Marcus Plant ruled that
when a Michigan athlete's eligi-
bility is questioned, he should be
withdrawn from competition.

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By The Assoiated Press
LEXINGTON, Ky. - Michigan
State and Kentucky advanced into
the finals of the Midwest Region-
al of the NCAA basketball tourna-
ment yesterday.
MSU outlasted Notre Dame,
85-83, while Kentucky downed
Pittsburgh, 98-92.
North Carolina Wins
PHILADELPHIA - Unbeaten
North Carolina, the nation's num-
ber one team, rolled to an easy
87-75 victory over Canisius. They
will meet Syracuse,,the 75-71 con-
queror of Lafayette, in the East-
ern Regional tonight.

Chamberlain Stars
DALLAS, Tex. -- Kansas,,
sparked by "Wilt the Stilt" Cham-
berlain, will meet Oklahoma City
University tonight in the finals
of the Western Regional. Kansas
d o w n e d Southern Methodist,
73-65, while Oklahoma City beat
St. Louis, 75-66.
Defending Champs Win
CORVALLIS, Ore. - San Fran-
cisco University, the defending
champions of the NCAA Tourna-
ment, kept up their defense of the
title with a 66-51 victory over Ida-
ho State last night.

ED SWITZER
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Michigan athletic director H. O.
Grsler and faculty representa-
tive Marcus Plant yesterday ex-
pressed further indecision on the
recent- suspensions of three Mich-
igan hockey players from NCAA
tournament play.
Caught by Surprise
Crisler told the Daily that the
action had caught him complete-
ly by surprise and that he was
greatly bothered on two points.
"First, I'm surprised that they
went as long as they did without
contacting us," Crisler said. 'Sec-
ondly, the action was based on an
interpretation thathwas made ret-
roactive."
In explanation, he added that
the main difference between the
Big Ten ineligibility ruling of last
year and the most recent sus-
pension is that the Big Ten rul-
ing actually had allowed Michigan
to withdraw the athletes from
competition on its own.

tion to satisfy myself on all as-
pects of the matter," he con-
tinued.
"It is Michigan's policy," Plant
went on, "when a question is
raised as to the eligibility of one
of its players, to withdraw that
player from competition, and ac-
cordingly, John Rendall will not
participate in the tournament."

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