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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15,1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAiLY PAG! 8EYEI'~

Ice rs,

Gymnasts

Set

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rucial

Home

Contests

Hockey Squad Faces Minne
Buchanan Sidelined with K

By BRUCE BENNETT
Michigan opens a vital two-game
series with a spunky Minnesota six
at the Coliseum tonight as the
Wolverines continue their relent-
less bid for an NCAA hockey play-
off berth.
Gametime is 8 p.m. The second'
game of the set is slated for 3:30;
p.m. tomorrow at the Coliseum.
Michigan will be without the
services this weekend of big Mike
Buchanan, a stalwart on defense.
Buchanan injured his knee in -
Tuesday night's exhibition game
with the Detroit Red Wings and
will be out indefinitely, according
to trainer John Scranton..
Examination Incomplete;
The extent of the injury is not
yet known, as the medical exami- BERNIE HANNA
nation is still incomplete. . .. replaces Buchanan
Coach Vic Heyliger will use vet-
eran Bernie Hanna in ,Buchanan's stunned Michigan with a 7-3 a
spot against the Gophers, who in Minneapolis last Friday bef
___________________________failing 4-3 the next night.
Tom Rendall, who missed t
Kramer Decides ...Red Wings game due to al
injury sustained last weekend,
Ron Kramer, Michigan's All turns to action tonight and v
America football end, and basket- center the first line, playing 1
ball captain . has decided against; tween Gary Starr and Wally Me
joining an all star basketball team well.
that will tour with the Harlem The fast skating Gophe
Globe Trotters at the end of the coached by Johnny Mariucci, w
current season. handled the U.S. Olympic te
Kramer said he decided against last winter, will present a big h
: turning professional at this time dle for the Wolverines. "Maroon
so thathe can become a "nine-let- has three fine, well balanced lit
ter" man at Michigan. He already to confront Michigan with, p
has three letters in football, two not one, but two of the leagi
in basketball and twouin track, finest goalies on hand.
"Instead, I'll go out for track
in the spring," he said. "Then, Has Busy Night
I'll sign for professional football Jack McCartan has a fine
in June." average for seven games in t
Faculty-Student I-M Matches
Scheduled To Begin Monday

win
ore
the
leg
re-
will
be-
:ax-
ers,
who
am
ur-
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lus
ues
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the'

sota Tonight;
nee Injury-
net, and Don Vaia, while his aver-
age is comparably high at 4.0, is
also a fine goal tender. Vaia turned$
aside 61 shots last Saturday night
in Minneapolis.
Spearheading the Gopher attack
this year have been Dick Burg,j
Marvin Jorde and Mike Pearson.
The Gophers have also been get-
ting good scoring punch from a
pair of sophomores, Terry Bartho-
lomew and Murray Williamson.
Burg scored four goals against
Michigan last weekend, while
Jorde and Bartholomew accounted
for three each.
In other league action, there's
a big game in Grand Forks, N.D.
tonight, where the third place*
North Dakota Sioux open* a two-
game series with Michigan Tech,
currently in second place.
The Nodaks, fresh from a two-
game sweep past Colorado College
last weekend, are making their
last home appearance this week-
end. They play their final eight
games on the road. This may be a
deciding factor in the stretch
drive.
The other game finds league
leading Colorado College at Den-
ver.
NVew Snowfall
Helps Brighten
Skiing OutlookI
By The Associated Press
Fresh snowfalls y e s t e r d a y,
dumping one to six inches of fluff
over most of the Lower Peninsula,
made skiing prospects good to ex-
cellent throughout most of the
state for the weekend.
The East Michigan Tourist As-
sociation reports:
Houghton Lake Snow Bowl, four
inch base, three inches of new snow,
skiing good.
Skyline, near Roscommon, four in-
ches basethree inches new snow,
skiing excellent.
Ogemaw Hills, near West Branch,
four inches new snow, skiing good.
Sheridan Valley and Woodbridge,
near Lewiston, two to four inch new
base, four inches new snow, skiing
good.
Kensington Metropolitan Park, near
Milford, one inch base with three to
four inches new snow. Tobogganing
and skiing good.
Snowsnake Mt., between Clare and
Harrison, two inch base, three inches
new snow, skiing god.
Mount Holly, north of Pontiac, 14
Inch base with seven inches new
snow, skiing excellent, all tows oper-
ating.

Michigan Extends Streak
In Dorm 'A' Cage Loop

WATCH OUT - The acrobatic individual pictured above is Sam
Bailie Iowa'' leading gymnast. He has scored over 700 points dur-
ing his career and will seek to add to that total when he leads his
team against Michigan's squad tonight at the I-M Building.
Gym Team Meets Iowa
Tonight at I-MBuilding

By DAVE LYON
Michigan's "A" basketball team
established itself as one of the top
contenders for the residence halls
playoffs by winning its third,
straight game last night at the
I-M building.
Latest 'victim of the Michigan
steamroller was Allen-Rumsey, 58-
29. The two teams traded points
until Michigan scored ten in a row
to command a 23-12 halftime lead.
The winners padded their lead
in the second half and won going
away. Pacing Michigan were Bob
Monaco, with 20 points and Mur-
ray Northrop, with 13. Dick Hall
netted 16 for Allen-Rumsey.
Psi Omega Routed
Two scheduled battles between
undefeated professional fraternity
and independent teams turned out
to be rather one-sided affairs.
In the pro fraternity tilt, Phi
Alpha Kappa jumped to a 23-10
halftime lead and then outdistanc-
ed Psi Omega, 53-25. Ron Bos led
Phi Alpha Kappa with 15 markers.
In the independent clash, Sel-
dom Seen Kids, after managing
only a 16-10 advantage at the half,
hit from outside and inside in the
second half to dispose of NAK
House, 50-18. Don Tucker talliedE
17 points for Seldom Seen Kids.
Last night's dramatics was pro-
vided in the contest between in-
dependents-Mickey Mouse and
Bermaids. Kal Grove banked in a
short shot with six seconds to go
to give Mickey Mouse a 29-28 vic-
tory. It was the only time in the
game that Mickey Mouse had the
lead.
Score 28 in Row
Bacteriology scored the first 28
points in its game with Congrega-
tional and Disciples Guild and
rolled on to a 53-12 win. Roger
Visser scored 15 points to head
Bacteriology.

Larry Schroeder emerged the
night's top scorer, netting 22
points in Gomberg Older Element's
57-16 trouncing of Latvians. The
losers' Gunars Liepins accounted
for 14 points.
Other independent scorers: CMS
Jrs. 43, AFROTC 23; Pill Pushers
40, Double'A's 27; Michigan Christ-
ian Fellowship 36, Owen Co-op 13;
and Foresters 36; Wesleyans 24. In
residence halls: Huber "A" 37,
Kelsey "A" 16; and Strauss "B"
35, Scott "B" 16.
Other professional fraternity re-
sults: Nu Sigma Nu 42, Alpha
Omega 24; Phi Delta Phi 52, Phi
Delta Epsilon 28; Alpha Chi Sig-
ma 36; Delta Theta Phi 22; and
Delta Sigma Delta 54, Alpha
Kappa Kappa 25.

GOR DIE HOWE
... tallies clincher
DETROIT (IP)-Gordie Howe's
goal in the closing minutes of
the game gave the Detroit Red
Wings a 3-2 win over the New
York Rangers last night. At
Montreal, the Canadiens drop-
ped a 2-1 decision to the Tor-
onto Maple Leafs who moved in-
to fourth place in the NHL.

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The sixth annual I-M faculty-
student competition, f e a t u r i n g
thirteen sporting events, will get
underway Monday, according to
Intramural Director Earl Riskey.
The extravaganza, which is
unique at Michigan, will run
through the week and will include
such sports as volleyball, water
polo and rifle shooting, among
many others.
The faculty have an edge in the
overall play, having won the team
title four out of five years. Only in
1955 did they falter-by a 24-17
count.
Billiards Teams Compete
One new sport has been added
to the competition this year-bil-
liards. The faculty team, captained
by Warren Good, will meet the stu-
dent team, headed by Steve Gennes
at 4 p.m. Tuesday. The matches
will be held on the Faculty Club
tables in the Union.
The most popular sport, as far
as numbers go, is volleyball. There
are eighteen volleyball matches
scheduled for the week, and they
will find some of the top teams in
the faculty division facing the
best in the dorm, fraternity and
independent leagues.
Psychology 'B', winner of the
faculty championship last year,
plays a perennial volleyball power,
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By AL JONES
The Michigan gymnastics squad
is in for another tough meet to-
night at the Sports Building at 8
p.m.
Another unbeaten Big Ten gym
squad will be the Wolverines'
visitors this evening for the last
home gymnastics meet until the
Big Ten meet, March 8 and 9.
This time the opponents will
be the Hawkeyes of Iowa, who
boast Big Ten victories over Min-
nesota, Northwestern, and Indi-
ana. They are the second unbeat-
en team to visit the Sports Buld-
ing in two weeks. The last one,
Illinois, left town with their
streak intact, and Michigan's
smashed.
The main Hawkeye threat is
posed by Sam Bailie, a terrific
gymnast who was , Big Ten and
NCAA champion last season.
Bailie should pose a definite per-
sonal threat to Michigan's great
Ed Gagnier. It wouldnt be sur-
prising if the two gymnasts scored
more points than all the other
competitors combined.
Bailie will be entered in every
event, while Gagnier competes on
all the apparatus except - the
trampoline.
Other Michigan men who

should help Gagnier, and provide
that needed punch that could
mean victory, will be co-captains
Nick Wiese and Wayne Warren
and sophomore Jim Hayslett.
Off Injured List
All three of these key men have
been suffering from injuries, but
have healed sufficiently for the
Iowa meet. Wiese is still both-
ered by a sore ankle, injured
against Illinois and Indiana last
weekend. Warren has completely
recovered from his back ailment.
Hayslett was previously both-
ered by a sore foot, and Wednes-
day injured his hand. Neverthe-
less, he is reportedly in good con-
dition today and will be ready to
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Sigma Chi. Two other top teams,
Museum and Air Science, clash
with Cooley and Gomberg respec-
tively.
Two other top events will be in
water polo and rifle shooting. The
faculty rifle shooting team of six
is made up of two men each from
each of the military divisions on
campus-Army, Navy and Air
Force.
The Michigan Union alleys will
be the scene of five bowling
matches included in the competi-
tion. A faculty table tennis team
will meet a student team on the
Lawyer's Club tables Wednesday
evening.

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