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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7,1957 THE MICHiGAN DAILY PAGE SEVE?.I

Hopes Rise

for Cage, Hocey Squads

Wolverines
Among Best
In Big Ten
By JIM BAAD
During its three week lay-off
for exams and semester change,
Michigan's position in the Big Ten
basketball 'race has, if, anything,I
brightened.
Over the period, the following
happened: Ohio State, who had
led the Conference with an unde-
feated string of six games, was
toppled by Michigan State. The
Spartans had just a few days be-'
foreN upset a powerful Minnesota
five.!
Meanwhile, while Michigan was
losing to Minnesota, Purdue up-
set Illinois. Then the Wolverines
waltzed over Purdue, while down
in Champaign, Illinois was hand-
ing Ohio State its second loss.
F Tied for Third
When one blows the smoke away
and checks the standings, the Big
'en race is hotter than ever, with
five teams, Ohio State, Purdue,
Michigan, Illinois, and Indiana,
each possessing only two losses.
By virtue of games played, Mich-
igan is in a three way tie for third.
, In such an upset-riddled Con-
ference situation .the question is:
"What are Michigan's chances in
this melee?"
Here are so'me additional facts.
Up to this time Illinois has been
coasting more cr less on the. tal-
ents of its luge center, George

Icers Add Four Players, Lose McIntosh,
Gain Two Exhibition Wins over Montreal

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Michigan's hockey team, still
fighting an uphill battle to a
higher perch in the Western Inter-
collegiate Hockey League stand-
ings, receives a shot in the arm
tomorrow withi the addition of
two fine sophomore forwards,
Gary Starr and John Rendall, as
it opens a two game series at Min-
nesota.
The addition of this pair,
coupled with the return to action
of Wally Maxwell and Mike Bu-
chanan, helps soften a bit the blow
of the' loss of Don McIntosh.
McIntosh, the leading scorer
on the team to date with eight
goals and five assists, has been
ruled scholastically ineligible for
the second semester.
Triumph Over Montreal
The Wolverines warmed up for
their upcoming league play with1
a pair of wins over the University
of Montreal last weekend, 5-3 and
6-0. In these games, McIntosh
skated with Maxwell and Tom
Rendall, forming what Heyliger
had hoped would be a top notch
scoring combination for the
stretch drive.
Starr has been skating in McIn-
tosh's place on this line in prac-
tice this week and it'is likely that
he will play there in the Minne-
sota series this weekend. John
Rendall has been combined with
Jerry Karpinka and Joh Hutton,

Hanrla for duty on defense and
Don Gourley becomes the number
one reserve forward. Hanna's re-
turn to the blue line gives Heyli-
ger a five man defense corps.
Posts First Shutout
Ross Childs, taking over the
netminding duties from the grad-
uated Lorne Howes, registered his
first shutout in college play in
Saturday's game, being called up-
on to make only 17 saves.
Heyliger expressed regret the
Montreal didn't give his team a
sterner test in ,"eparation for
this weekend's games, but the
Carribins were handicapped by
several injuries which dimmed
their chances.
WIHL STANDINGS
Team W L T Pts. PL*
Colorado College 7 1 0 11 1
Denver 5 6 1 S 10
Michigan Tech 5 3 Z 7 4 4
North Dakota 7 3 0 7 3
MICHIGAN 4 3 1 5i6 6
Michigan State 3 9 0 4 12
Minnesota 3 9 0 3 9
Teams play for a total of 24 points.
*'PL-Points Lost

-Daily-John Hirtzel
KRAMER DUNKS -Michigan's Captain Ron Kramer "dunks"
a basket in the closing minutes of the Wolverines 66-54 basket-
ball victory over Purdue at Yost Fieldhouse Monday night. The
Boilermaker's Joe Campbell (11) is too late to defend against
the Michigan star, who garnered 17 points for the evening.
R'M'Basktbal Quirte
Revivs ToTop urdu

DON McINTOSH
. . .declared ineligible
while the Neil McDonald-Dick
Dunnigan-Ed Switzer combination
remains intact.
This shuff liberates Bernie

BIG TEN
Team
OSU,
MICHIGAN
Illinois
Indiana
MSU
Minnesota
Iowa
Northwestern
Wisconsin

STANDINGS
W L Pet.
6 2 .750
5 2 .714
4 2 .666
4 2 .666
4 2 .s666
3 3 .500
3 3. .500
2 4 .333
2 7 .222
0 6 .000

After Michigan's basketballv
team had lost out to Minnesota
following the exam layoff, many
of the near-capacity crowd which
thronged Yost Fieldhouse last
Monday night probably expected
another defeat at the hands of
Purdue.
But the Boilermakers, who were
conquerors of strong Illinois the
previous Saturday, couldn't get
by the Wolverines. The game was
far from well-played by either
team however, and Purdue seemed
to be suffering from either a ter-
rific letdown or a case of overcon-
fidence.
Michigan was guilty of its share
of blunders, but with about five
minutes to go, the Wolverines de-
cided to play basketball and ran
Purdue off the court. The final
score was 66-54.
Jack Lewis and Jim Shearon,
playing at the guard positions,

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Bonsalle. Bonsalle is now inelig-
ible due to a scholastic difficulty.
Michigan lost no one during the
semester break.
Green Bolsters Spartans
On the other hand, Michigan
State seems to have made a valu-
able acquisition in sophomore
John Green. Michigan saw the
first of Green in its one point vic-
tory thriller staged at East Lans-
ing, but the 6'6" center had
the first-game Sitters. Sirice then
he's made a big difference. The
Spartans have bounced back from
three straight Conference losses
with three straight wins.
The schedule ahead of the Wol-
verines is a tough one, but the
Purdue win lends hope. The home
contest with Minnesota Saturday
could tell a lot. The Gophers, who
beat Michigan badly on their
home court were "mighty tough"
according to Coach Bill Perigo.
Still, playing at Yost Fieldhouse
seems to do something ,for this
year's team. The local fans have
yet to see Michigan lose on its
home court.
At the Crossroads
From the historical standpoint,
Michigan is just about where they
usually have been at this stage of
the season. It's right about here
that the Wolverines' historically
begin to fall hard.
On the other hand, the Confer-
ence is usually much more defin-
itely stratified than it is at pres-
ent. So far, no team has gained
any kind of dominant position.
Here's something to play with.
On paper Michigan should be able
to defeat any opponent in the Big
Ten.
The Wolverines have defeated
Purdue, Michigan State, North-
western, and Wisconsin. Purdue
has beaten Illinois, and Illinois has
defeated Ohio State. Michigan
State has defeated Minnesota,
Ohio State has defeated Indiana,
and Indiana defeated Iowa. And
there it is, Michigan's dominance,
.- in the Big Ten.

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