FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1957
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HERE RE TE FIRT TW TIE-REAKRS I
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Minnesota Icers Host Michigan Tonight
Starr, Kendall, Maxwell
To Form Starting Line
HERE ARE THE FIRST TWO TIE-BREAKERS IN
By SI' COLEMAN
Michigan's hockey team contin-
ues again to defend its last year's
championship when it faces Min-
nesota tonight and tomorrow night
on the opponents' ice.
Always tough in the Williams
Arena, Minnesota's last place
standing will not fool the Wover-
rnes. Minnesota has pulled many
upsets in the past on its home ice,
and the Wolverines are well aware
Dealt a harsh blow by the ruling
of Don McIntosh being ineligible,
Coach Vic Heyliger will try to fill
the gap with sophomores Gary
Starr and John Rendall. McIntosh
was the leading Wolverine scorer
in league play according to the
The team left yesterday after-
noon by plane for Minneapolis. At
take-off time it was expected that
Starr would 111 in forr McIntosh,
playing along side of Tom Rendall
and Wally Maxwell. Rendall was
expected to take over for Don
Gourley on the third 'line.
Michigan at the present time is
in fifth place with five and one-
half points. To represent the
league in the March playoffs, the
Wolverines must finish at least
in second place. Denver now occu-
pies that position, but only holds
a two and one-half point advan-
tage over Michigan.
Minnesota seems to ze confront-
ed with a problem that also faces
Michigan State-it lacks a scoring
punch. Only State has been more
inept at getting the puck into the
One bright spot on the Gophers'
side is the season's performance
of the two brilliant goalies, Jack
McCartan and Don Vaia. Between
them they have had more stops
per game than the net-minders of
any other school in the league.
Both have earned a 2.7 composite
average of goals scored against
them per game, despite loose de-
fensive play by their teammates.
Both goalies will see action.
The Wolverines will keep their
eyes on Bob Turk who plays both
center and wing. H-e is the
Gophers' leading scorer up to the
While the Wolverines attempt
to surge toward the top of the
league in their fight for the play-
offs, their opponents will also be
trying to make some headway.
League-leading Colorado College
will play fourth-place North Da-
kota, while the Spartans of Michi-
gan State travel to Houghton to
face the third-place Huskies of
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IF YOUR answers to the first 24 puzzles
conformed to the correct list of
answers published at the end of the past
semester, you can and must submit
answers to eight tie-breaking puzzles, in
order to compete for the prizes in the tie.
Remember-first prize'is a tour for
two around the world, and there are 85
other valuable prizes.
The first two of the eight tie-breakers
are published herein, according to rule
2(b) of the official Tangle Schools rules:
2(b) In case more than one person
solves correctly the same number of
puzzles, the prize'tied for and as many
TIE-BREAKING PUZZLE NO. 1
CLUE: A leading experimental college for
women, this New England school fea-
tures workshops as part of the regular
social science, literature and performing
arts programs. There is a 10-week non-
resident term here.
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subsequent prizes as there are persons
tied will be reserved and those so tying
will be required to solve a set of tie-
breaking puzzles to determine the order
in which the reserved prizes will be
Each of the tie-breaking puzzles will
contain scrambled letters forming the
names of either one, two or three Ameri-
can colleges or universities.
Do not mail these tie-breakers now!
Save them until you have completed all
eight tie-breaking puzzles. Details on
when and where to mail the tie-breakers
will be published with the eighth puzzle.
TIE-BREAKING PUZZLE NO. 2
CLUE: This university, located in the
Southwest, was originally named Add-
Ran for its two founders. Its present
name dates from 1902. One of its divi-
sions is Brite College of the Bible
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The Daily Sports Staff is once
again on the prowl-for tryouts.
If you can write like Grantland
Rice-we don't want you (you'll
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you're a typical Michigan student
with an interest in sports, and
one who would like to be part of
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No lengthy application blanks to
fill out. No IBM cards required.
Just show up either next Wednes-
day at 7:15 p.m., or next Thursday
at 4:15 p.m. at the Student Publi-
cations Building, 420 Maynard St.,
for the general tryout meetings.
Thatis Feb. 13 and 14.
We'll tell you more about the
Sports Staff at that time.
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