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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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i Delts Whip Sigma Phi Epsilon Twice
Win Fraternity 'A,' 'B' Championships

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Both Residence Hall Titles
Taken by West Quad House

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By DAVE COOK
Phi Delta Theta ruled today as
1959 king of fraternity basketball
in the wake of two bruising vic-
tories over Sigma Phi Epsilon in
"A" and "B" finals at the I-M
building last night.
The Phi Delt "A" squad pulled
a rough-and-tumble . 48-44 deci-
sion out of the fire in the night's
feature attraction, after the PDT
Gym Team
Seeks Two'
NCAzA Wins
Eyeing first place finishes in
both the trampoline and tumbling
events, Michiganf gymnasts will
begin competition tonight at the
NCAA Gymnastics Championships
in Berkeley, Cal.
Wolverine star Ed Cole, winner
of the Big Ten tramp title the past
three years, and Frank Newman,
who finished third in this year's
Conference meet, will be seeking
the trampoline crown. Chief op-
position to the Michigan duo will
come from a host of Big Ten stars
led by Ohio State's Tom Gompf.
On the mats for Michigan will
be junior Bill Skinner and sopho-
rnore Jimmy Brown, a pair of
tumblers, who, when clicking can
give anyone a run for his money.
The battle for team honors looks
to be a two-team battle with Big
Ten champion Illinois and power-
ful Penn State slated to battle it
out. Illinois has Abe Grossfeld, '58
national all-around champion,
and Don Tonry, the '56 champion,
while the Nittany Lions have Ar-
mando Vega who took national
honors in '57. .w
Michigan, with only four en-
trants, will not be in the running
for the team title.
A dark horse contender for team
honors are the California Golden
Bears, the meet's host team. Led
by sensational sophomore Art
Shurlock, the Bears haverolled
up nine straight dual meet wins.

"B" quintet edged the Sig Eps
41-40 in the opening game.
The fierce rebounding of broad-
shouldered Sob Dunlap and a bal-
anced scoring attack proved to be
more than the Sig Eps could cope
with in the "A" game.
Tricky Sig .Ep guard Paul Van
Colen poured nine field goals and
four shots through the hoop for
a total of 22 points, but with the
exception of Tom Allen, who also,
hit double figures with 12, re-
ceived scant support from his
teammates. Outside of Van Colen
and Allen, the Sig Eps could mus-
ter only 10 points.
Wiley His Double Figures
John Wiley was the only Phi
Delt to register in two columns,
hitting 11, but he was followed
closely by Dunlap, John Walker
and Harold Bush, each of whom
tallied nine.
The winners pulled away to a
25-18 halftime lead and stretched
it to 37-29 midway in the third
stanza, only to see the Sig Eps
come stormiing back to make the
contest a nip-and-tuck affair for
the rest of the game.
Thirty-six fouls,- called by the
officials were divided equally be-
,ween the two teams.
The "B" game found a favored
Phi Delt five carried right down
Tankers Face
Each Other
Class rivalry will be featured
at the Varsity Swim Pool to-
night at 7:30 when an inter-
squad contest will replace a
meet cancelled with Bowling
Green.
An added attraction will be
Michigan's attempt' to set a
new national record in the 100-
yd. butterfly. Frank Legacki,
who has swum it unofficially
in :54.2, Tony Tashnick in
:54.4, and Dave Gillanders will
try to break the old mark of
:54.3.
Admission is free and every-
one is invited.,

to the final gun before walking
off the court with a one-point vic-
tory.
Trodden Paces Sig Eps
Lanky Tony Trodden paced the
Sig Eps with a brillant display of
outside shooting, hitting a jump-
shot to the tune of 18 points.
Trodden's shooting helped the
Sig Eps survive a 15-point barrage
by the Phi Delts in the opening
period and enabled them to hold a
surprising 21-20 advantage at the
intermission.
The Sig Eps, however, suffered
another cold spell in the third
quarter, which proved to be more
than they could overcome with a
mild rally in the late minutes of
the game.;
The Phi Delts put the game out
of reach by sinking four straight
foul shots in the last minute and
a half of the game.

RESIDENCE SWIMMING
1. Gomberg 34
2. Van Tyne 31
3. Chicago 16
4. Anderson 14
FRATERNITY SWIMMING
1. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 24%
2. Sigma Alpha Mu 16
3. Theta Delta Chi 13
4. Sigma Chi 12
RESIDENCE WATER POLO
Van Tyne 1, Gomberg 0 (champion-
ship, overtime)
RESIDENCE PADDLEBALL
Williams over Wiuchell, forfeit
Adams 2, Kelsey 0
Huber 3, Lloyd 0
Reeves 2, Allen-Runlsey 1
VOLLEYBALL
Turkish AUl-Stars 2, Cooley Faculty 1
Turkish All-Stars 2, Psych. Faculty 0
Cooley Faculty 2, Psychology Faculty 0
Turkish All-Stars 2, Annl Arbor
YMCA 0
RESIDENCE "A" BOWLING
Chicago 2456, Anderson 2347
RESIDENCE "B" BOWLING
Scott 2343, Winchell 2062

By DAVE LYON
By a total margin of four points,
Lloyd House of ,West Quad took
both the residence hall "A" and
"B" basketball titles at the I-M
Building last night.
Lloyd's "A" squad fought off a
late challenge by Kelsey and came
off with a 33-31 triumph. The "B"
team also prevailed in a 28-26
squeaker over Taylor.
Kelsey Rallies
With a 24-21 lead after three
quarters, Lloyd's "A" team took
the initiative at the beginning of
the last period and soon enjoyed a
29-23 advantage. Then Kelsey
started dropping in shots from
all over the court, and came with-
in one point, 32-31, with about
two minutes to go.
But Kelsey started missing
shots and fouling Lloyd players
at this point, and since the clock
continues to run straight through
free. throw attempts, Kelsey's
fouling did that team no good.
Lloyd players who were fouled
kept the result in doubt by miss-
ing all but one of these last half-
dozen free throws, and that one
successful foul shot made it 33-31.
Kelsey muffed numerous last-
minute attempts to tie the score,
and that enabled Lloyd to lay
claim to its second trophy of the
evening.

The greater part of the game
was- characterized by much foul-
ing; many missed free throws, and
thus little scoring. The eventual
winners lost the first half, 14-10,
mainly because they missed 11 out
of 15 free tosses.
Fouling Subsides
The fouling continued in the
second half, but to a lesser extent,
and Lloyd found time to work in
some field goals. Kelsey scored
seven points in each of the first
three quarters, but Lloyd's 14-
point production in the third
stanza resulted in the 24-21 lead.
Kelsey's offense dwindled to
nearly nothing early in the fourth
quarter, and Lloyd took control,
building up a sufficient margin for
victory.
Balanced scoring helped the
winners, Dick Newton and Jeff
Smith each contributing 10 points.
Rodge Moore led Kelsey with nine.
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By DAN FRIEDMAN
It was a night of tense contrasts
as Grid "5" romped to the I-M
Independent first-place cage
crown, and Phi Delta Phi squeaked
its way to the Professional Fra-
ternity title.
The Gridders scored 10 points
before the CorleyElders managed
to sink a bucket, and it set the
game's theme, themfinal score being
64-31.)
The "5" showed no difficulty in
shedding their cleats for rubber-
soles, and they were just too much
for the Cooley men who had en-
tered the finals on a forfeit.
The weight advantage of the
football five was used well as it
dominated both backboards. Nor
can the sharp shooing of Gary
McNitt and Reid Bushong be ig-
nired, the former collecting 21
tallies and Bushong scoring.19.
Phi Alpha Kappa had a great
height advantage, but black-jer-
seyed Phi Delta Phi came out on
top, 46-43. As the game entered its
final minute, Phi Delta Phi held
a one-point lear, 42-41.

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Bob Branigan put the game on
ice as he sank a jump shot. Phi
Alpha Kappa's strategy of inten-
tional fouls failed to give It the
ball, and netted its opponents two
more points and the game.

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