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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

cers

Win, 5-2; Cagers

Lose

nald's Two Goals,
Wolverine Attack

Northwestern Quintet
Stops Michigan, 93-72

Wildcats Win

MICHIGAN
Burton
'Lee
Tillotson
Lewis
Miller
Wright
Tarrier
Rogers
STOTALS
Northwestern
Warrnn.
Jones
Ruklick
Mantis
Johnson
Campbell
Berry
North
Hartless
Stuntzner
Bood
Greer
TOTALS

S 5-5 3 15
3 4-4 3 10
10 3-3 3 23
3 3-3 3 9
3 3-4 2 9
1 1-2 2 3
1 1 1 3
0U-0 1 0
26 20-22 18 72
G FP T

JOSE

On Stage
MONDAY
JANUARY
at 8:30 PWP

IN PERSON

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from Page 1)
Tech had pulled
ixth forward dur-
ite of play.
ly bad moments
two in the last
world seemed to

Is were
into the
s back-

handed goal at 14:30 of the second
period was the slim difference.
Then came the winning goals
the second of which, 'a slap-shot by
Don McIntosh was at point blank
range about two feet in front of
a helpless Cuculick.
Cuculick Saves 32
Cuculick made a total of 32
saves, 14 of which came in the
first period, while Childs had it a
bit easier with 25.
Michigan's first line of White,
Switzer and McDonald put on a
sterling performance with its three
goal total, while the second line of
Dozzi, Starr and McIntosh tallied
the other pair.
Once again the Wolverines had
defense troubles, when in the sec-
ond period Barrie Hayton was
temporarily felled. The injury
came when he dropped to the ice
to block a goal-bound drive.
Hayton returned in th'e third
period and played out the rest of
the game.

(Continued from Page 1)
Northwestern kept the game
from becoming a rout of gigantic
proportions by stalling the play
for the last six minutes. Even
while toying with the Wolverines
they managed to outscore Michi-
gan, 8-6.
The Wolverines, who averaged
55 rebounds in their first two Con-
ference games, were swept off the
boards, as the Wildcats only al-
lowed them to take down 31.
Northwestern grabbed 48. Tillot-
son was no match for the 6'9"
Ruklick in this department, as he
could only take down six while
Ruklick snatched 14,
Forward George Lee led the.
Wolverines in rebounding with 11.
This made up in part for some
erratic shooting on his part.
One of the big stories in thee

first half was the tremendous job
forward Willie Jones did for
Northwestern in guarding Michi-
gan's M. C. Burton. To be exact,
Jones overguarded Burton, stop-
ping the Michigan guards from
even getting a pass from into the
6'5" forward. As a result Burton
was held to seven points in the
first half, and only 15 for the
game, far below the 20-point clip
he had been hitting in the last
six games.

8 4-5.2
6 1-2 3
91 1-2 4
7 7-9 3
4 1-2 4
1 0-0 4
3 0-1 1
1 1-1 0
0 2-,2 0
0 0-0 0
0 0-0 0
0 0-0 0
3817-24 17

20.
13
19
21
9
9
4
3
2
0
0
93

GRECO
And His COMPANY OF
SPANISH DANCERS
"World's Greatest
Male Spanish Dancer"
-Life Magazine

MICHIGAN 34 38-72
Northwestern 55 38-93
BIG TEN CAGE SCORES
Wisconsin 67, Ohio State 64
Indiana 89, Illinoisr82
Michigan State 84, Purdue7S

Seats on Sal!
Monday i P.1
to curtain tirr
MAIN FLOO
$3.30-$2.75-
Some Balcony S
left at $1.5(
Prices include
DIAL
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BIG TEN STANDINGS
W L
Minnesota 1 0
MICHIGAN 2 1
Iniana 2 1
Michigan State 1 1
Iowa 1 1
Northwestern 1 1
Ohio State 1
Illinois 1Y
Purdue 1 2
Wisconsin 1 2

* Continuous Saturday and Sunday From 1 P.M. *

PETE TILLOTSON
.'paces 'lV' quintet

Pat.
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. Premieres TODAY
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V LOn

Scoring: Michigan
r) 1:40; Michigan
Dozzi) 2:07; Mich-
und (Wilson, La-
n - Dozzi (Hay-
es: Michigan -
4:23; Michigan
ripping) 9:00.
riods:
Tech.) 14 8 10 32
6 10 9 25;

NHL SCORES
Montreal 9, New York.
Detroit 4, Chicago 1
Toronto 2, Boston 2

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Social 'Fraternity "A"
Phi Kappa Psi 42, Theta Delta Chi 19
Alpha Phi Alpha 42, Acacia 8
Phi Kappa Sigma 32, Delta Chi 7
Kappa Alpha Psi 34, Chi Phi 30
RIesidence Halls "A"
Allen-Rumsey 21, Hayden 18
Huber 33, Wenley 19
Greene 33, Reeves 25
Van Tyne 61, Kelsey 5
Michigan 37, Hinsdale 26
Cooley 31, Chicago 12
Anderson 25, Scott 23 (overtime)

NBA SCORES '
Detroit 129, Minneapolis 102
Cincinnati 105, Syracuse 100,
St. Louis 102, Boston 98

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OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Mon nuuu-
ay preceding
for Sunday
. Friday.
7 12, 1958

SNotices
Shot" Clinic for stu-
Thurs., Jan. 16, -only
11:45 a.m. and 1:00
n the Health Service.
ose 2nd or 3rd shots
is' time are urged to
this special clinic.
ninded that it is not
n their regular clinic
loom 58 in the base-
s. are' available and
batives are present.
Ion is $1.00,
e 1959 Hop, Feb. 3,4
t cease at 2:00 a.m.,
be out in the Sports

which are housing, women if no party
is scheduled.
16) Fraternities housing women
guests must remain open during the
hours of the Hop and the chaperone-
in-residence must be at the house.
Regulations for Parties
17) Student groups wishing to have
parties during the J-Hop period are
instructed to seek approval from the
Office of Student Affairs following
usual 'procedures. Requests for approv-
al for specific social events should be
filed on or before Friday, January 17.
Chaperones are subject to the approv-
al of the Dean of Men. Two married
couples, 26 years of age or older, or one
such couple and the chaperone-in-
residence are required as chaperones.
Exception: For dinner preceding and
breakfast following the J-Hop dance,
only one qualified married couple or
the chaperone-in-residence is required.
It i$ suggested that chaperones be se-
lected from such groups as parents of
students, faculty members, or alumni,
who will be willing to cooperate with
the president of the house to assure
that University regulations are ob-
served.;
18) N6 house parties will be approved
for the'night of the Hop. Pre-Hop din-
ners must end not later than 9:30 p.m.
Fraternities are closed to callers dur-
ing the hours a group attends the Hop
and may re-open if desired at 2:00 a.m.
Exception: See Regulation 16 above.
19) Breakfast nust close in sufflicent
time to allow women students to re-
turn to their residences before 4:00 a.m.
Fraternities occupied by women guests
must be closed to men promptly at 4:00
a.m,.
20) Parties are restricted to the Ann
Arbor area.

21) All parties involving women
guests shall be confined to the first
floor.
Intoxicating Beverages
22) The use or presence of intoxicat-
ing liquors in student residences is not
permitted.
The Student Automobile Regulations
will be lifted between the first anqi
.second semester, i.e; from 5 p.m. Wed.,
Jan. 15, to 8 a.m. Thurs., Feb. 6, 1958.
All student driving permit holders
area reminded to report any and all
changes of ownership, local adress, In-
surance, license plate number, etc., to
the Office of Student Affairs within
five days. Failure to report such infor-
mation will constitute a violation of
the regulations.
Lectures
Lecture, auspices of the Department
of Slavic Languages and Literatures,
entitled "Zamiatin and George Orwell:
The Regimented Paradise," by Prof.
Edward J. Brown, of the Russian De-
partment at Brown University, at 8 p.m.
Tues, Jan. 14, in the Rackham Amphi-
theater..
Concerts
Student Recital:. Marjorie Elnore
Crampton, violinist, in partial fulfill-
ment of the requirements for the de-
gree of Bachelor of Music at 8:30 p.m.
Sun., Jan. 12, in Aud. A, Angell Hall.
Miss Crampton is a pupil of Gilbert
Ross, and her recital will be open to
the. general public.
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SAID COULD'NEVER BE

FILMED!

2) There shall be no spectators; the
nly persons admitted to the hall shall
e those bearing tickets issued by the
Fop Committee.
3) No corsages shall be permitted to
e Iworn at the Hop. Cofmmittee ex-
epted.
4) There shall be no decorating of in-
lividual booths, except by the Hop'
Committee.
5) All charges for taxicabs 'in excess
f the rates authorized by the city
adinance should be reported to the
7ommittee.
6) Control of lighting shall be in the
Lands of the Hop Committee and not
lelegated to the orchestra leaders.
7) The Hop Committee shall be re-
ponsible for the proper conduct, while
.a the gymnasium, of all those attend-
ng the Hop. The use, possession, or
howing the effects of intoxicants will
ot be tolerated. Offenders will be
jected from the hall and their names
eportedl to the Joint-Judiciary Coun-
,i.
8) Smoking in the booths or on the
loor of the hall is absolutely forbidden,
ncl is permitted only in the place pro-
rded for the purpose.
9) No person shall re-enter the build-
ng after once leaving.
10) Violations of the regulations of
;e Hop traceable to any group, but not
o individuals, shall render the entire
roup liable to penalty. The responsi-
ility for the maintenance of proper
onduct in any. booth and for the ob-
;ervance, of the rules by the members
f a group having a booth, shall rest
pon the president or bighest officer
)resent of said group.
11. The furniture for the booths may
)e taken into the Sports Building only
etween the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 12
ooon Tuesday, February 4. Four men
rem the group must be present Wed-.
esday, February 5, at 10 a.m. to aid'
hie cartage company In removing the
urniture or the group will be -subject
forfeiture of the booth deposit.
Women's Housing and Hours
12) Arrangements for housing women
ver night during J-Hop period, in
[en's, Residences must be separately
pproved at the office of Dean of Wo-
en. For fraternities occupied, by wo-
en guests, a chaperone-in r sidence
ust be approved by the Dean of Wo-
en. The chaperone selected is to be
a resfaence for the entire period and
not to attend the Hop.
13) Fraternities having over night
omen guests must vacate their houses
y 1:00 p.m. Monday, February 3. aft-
which the women guests and chap,
ones shall move into the houses and
gular men's calling hours will be in
ffect Monday afternoon and Tuesday.
n Wednesday morning the houses- will
e opened to men at 10 a.m. to return
irniture from the Hop.
14) Occupancy of houses by J-Hop
uests shall not exceed that which is
pproved by the University Health
ervice.
15) Women have 2:30 a.m. permission
ir following parties on February 3 and
00 a.m. permission' following the J-
bop on February 4. Regular calling
ours in women's residences will not
extended. This includes fraternities

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