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THE MICHIGAN DAILI

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M'Icers Open Home Season

Tonight

Many National Champions
To Compete in Swim Gala

Michigan Less Experienced
Than Strong McGill Squad
(Continued from Page 1)

come from Paul Reinke, who
placed second to Hopkins in the
NCAA championships, Pete Fow-
ler, Canadian Collegiate champion,
and Tony Tashnick, former Detroit
city champ.
In the diving tank, NCAA cham-
pion Dick Kimball faces Alvaro'
Gaxiola, 1956 Michigan high school
diving champion, and Tony Tur-
ner, member of the 1952 British
Olympic team. In what promises
to be a great event, two former
Olympic stars, Michigan alumnus
Bumpy Jones and junior Dick
Hanley will meet in the freestyle
event.
One of the most beautiful events
on the program will be the tower
diving exhibitions by Kimball, Joe
Gerlack, and Gaxiola. Gerlack's
past is marked with a Hungarian
Olympic berth.

team is shorthanded due to a mi-
nor penalty, the remainder of the
penalty time is neglected in con-
trast to formerly, when the full
extent of the penalty had to be
served. Also, if a goal is scored
duringa slow delayed whistle for
a minor penalty, the penalty is
waived.
Red Line Restored
The center red line has been
restored for checking purposes,
with body checking being per-
mitted from the defensive zone to
the red line in the middle of the
neutral zone.
Further changes include allow-
ing a goalie to play with a broken
sticluntil play is stopped, and ad-
dition of the red line has made
the "sleeper" play illegal.
New Icing Rule
The rule concerning icing the
puck has been change so that
mere deflection of the shot does
Tickets!
Tickets for tonight and to-
morrow night's home hockey
games with McGill go on sale
today at 8:30 a.m. at the Ath-
letic Administration Building.
Student tickets are 60c, oth-
ers, $1.

not nullify the icing rule and a
faceoff will be called.
The rule for handling the puck
has been defined and liberalized so
that it is no longer necessary for
a player to have his stick, or be
on his skates in order to play the
puck with his hands.
Bonus Rl
to *
Eliminated
COLORADO SPTINGS, Colo. (M
-The American League. yesterday
voted to eliminate the bonus rule
and delayed voting on the four-
year player draft until today.
The question of whether the
elimination of the controversial
rule would be retroactive, freeing
all present bonus players from the
rule, still remained in doubt how.
ever.
The American League's inter-
pretation is that it will be retro-
active. Commission Ford Frick said
he believes the present bonus play-
ers should serve out their two-
year term.
NBA SCORE
Cincinnati 109, Detroit 99
NHL SCORE
Boston 7, Detroit 2

ACE FORWARD-Leo "the cannon" Konyk, veteran McGill for-
ward, is one of the Redmen's scoring threats who will be at the
Coliseum this evening as the Michigan hockey team opens its
1957-58 season against the Montreal club.

CAGERS MISS 'BIG MAN':
Press, Rebounds Give Pitt Victory
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By AL JONES
Michigan's basketball team miss-
es the "big man."
"Last year," Coach Bill Perigo
said, "when Pittsburgh tried that
press against us and George Lee
Cards, Reds
TraeFive
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (P)
-The Cincinnati Reds acquired
three righthanded pitchers from
the St. Louis Cardinals in ex-
change for a pair of outfielders.'
The new Reds are Willard
Schmidt, Marty Kutyna, and Ted
Wieand. The new Cardinals are
Joe Taylor and Curtis Flood.
Schmidt is the only veteran major
leaguer of the five men.

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was surrounded by three men he
threw the ball to Ron Kramer.
"Kramer was guarded by two
Panthers, but he outJumped them
and came down with his elbows
out, grinding them into the floor.
That was all for Pitt's press.
"This year that same press killed
us!"
Press, Boards Hurt
It was the press and the gang
rebounding that Pittsburgh used
throughout Wednesday night's
road game that spelled defeat for
the Wolverines, 72-62, in their first
1957-58 outing.
"That press made us look slow,"
Perigo remarked, when we got a
few feet behind the men with the
ball we began to foul. The referees
called a good game, we can't blame
them." Michigan suffered greatly
near the game's end when Lee,
Jack Lewis and Billy Wright fouled
out.
Fouls Help Pitt
The fouls also spelled disaster
on the scoreboard for Michigan, as
the team was outscored 26-18 from
the free throw line.
As important to Pittsburgh as
the press was their rebounding
power. "We should have won the
game on the boards," Perigo stated.
"We had a heighth advantage, but
they jammed all five men under
their offensive board and forced
us out.

"This was what hurt our fast
break. Once we got the ball off
the board we had a basket cinched,
but that was only a few times."
Wright Shoots Well
Billy Wright was the high scorer
for Michigan, and Perigo praised
hit as being the only Wolverine
near peak form. He used his Jump
shot very effectively to garner most
of his 17 points. Michigan's sup-
posed balanced scoring was hurt
by Lewis and M. C. Burton, who
netted 6 points apiece.
Two Big Scorers
"If we could have scouted them
first we might have had better
luck," Perigo stated. "We didn't
know beforehand that most of
their scoring rested on Dave Sny-
der and Don Hennen. We might
have defensed them differently
with that information."
TVY Arouses
Minors' .Ire
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. ()
--The minor leagues have threat-
ened to ask Congress to re-open
the investigation, of big league
baseball as a result of major league
plans to telecast Sunday baseball
games into minor league territory.

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