100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

December 11, 1958 - Image 10

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1958-12-11

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THURSDA'

l~rw myrTffira~v IATTV

111AEi YKZl.i1VmK"11 U ltu il-
..

1

I-M SPORTLIGHT
byi? Dave Lyon II
Championship Night
CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS in seven divisions in four Intramural sports
will be decided tonight as pre-vacation activity at the I-M buildingI
comes to a climax.
Highlighting the evening's program will be fraternity and resi-
dence hall wrestling finals, and residence hall and independent league f
volleyball championship games in the main gymnasium. On the hand-
ball courts, independent handball and paddleball champions will be
crowned, and a match for the dorm handball title is tentatively sched-
uled for tonight.
It seems rather safe to assume that, when tonight's schedule is
completed, Gomberg will have expanded its present slim 30-point lead
in residence all-year competition, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon will have'
improved its present sixth-place position among the fraternities.
Gomberg has long excelled in wrestling, having won or shared
the dorm title for the last five years. Going into last night's semifinals,
it appeared as if the Big Red would make it six. The only house to
enter a full team of 16 men-two in each of the eight weight divisions-
Gomberg still had six men in the running before yesterday's action.
Second-place Michigan, by comparison, had only three semi-final-
ists, Cooley (third place) and Allen-Rumsey (fourth) each had
two going into last night's round. And the house with the most men
finishing high in the tournament usually wins the most points. So
when residence hall grapplers begin tonight at 7:30, their activity
should be culminated by a Gomberg team victory.
Another factor in favor of Gomberg's increasing its lead is the
dual swimming playoffs. Reeves meets the Big Red and Chicago plays
Scott in semifinal action at the Varsity Pool tonight in a program be-
ginning at 8 p.m. None of the other three semifinalists are presently
very high up in the I-M standings. In volleyball, Gomberg again will
pile up points on its Closest competitors. The Big Red meets sixth-
place Van Tyne tonight in the main gym at 9 p.m. for the dorm,
volleyball crown.
SAE Stands To Gain.. .
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON now rests in sixth, 63 points behind fra-
ternity front-runner Sigma Chi, but that margin should be pared
somewhat at the completion of tonight's action. Going into last night's
wrestling semifinals, seven SAE wrestlers remained from early-round
action. One of these, Tom Schilling, became a champion without
winning a match. He was the only entrant in the 123-pound division.
Sigma Chi and second-place Sigma Phi Epsilon each had four com-
petitors left before last night's round, but barring disaster or minor
miracle, SAE stands to win the wrestling crown and the accompanying
100 I-M all-year points. Fraternity wrestling action begins at 7:30 p.m.
SAE is also one of the four semifinalists in the dual swimming
playoffs, along with Sig Ep, Delta Tau Delta, and Alpha Tau Omega.
SAE meets ATO and Sig Ep battles DTD in the Varsity Pool tonight at
8 p.m. I-M Director Earl Riskey said that residence and fraternity
swimming finals will be held Saturday afternoon during the Swim
Gala program.
But wait-there's more yet tonight. At 7 p.m. Newman Club and
Evans Scholars play for the independent handball championship.
At 8 p.m. Newman Club meets Gomberg Older Element in the
independent paddleball final, and at 9 p.m. defending champ 1207
meets Latvians for the independent volleyball title.
Perigo Forecasts Big Year
After Lee's Kent Showing
4

VARIETY PROMISED:
Gala Features Comedy

I

Howard Johnson
Restaurant
Open Daily Sunday thru
Thursday: 8 A.M.-12 P.M.
Friday and Saturday:
S4A.M.-1 A.M.
2452 EAST STADIUM

I

ALL RUBBER

i I

Mens Dress Galoshes

famed 'Superman' act, a regulari
feature of the New York Aquar
Show.
Diving coach Bruce Harlan and
Hobie Bellingsly will be featuredt
in their world famous comedy acta
that has been presented in morer
than 1,000 shows in 13 countries
and throughout the United States.
Among the many admirers of
this show have been the King and
Queen of England and the Queen
of Holland.
:Many members of Michigan's
national championship swim team
will take part in the comedy. Tony
Tashnick and John Smith will be
at their graceful best in a water
ballet, while captain Cy Hopkins,
will satirize the typical swimming
coach.
In another interesting event,
four of the fastest swimmers in
the world will accept Dick Han-
ley's challenge to a 200-yd. race.
Hanley's opponents are girls.
Performing from the tower in
both comic and serious acts will
be a collection of the world's
greatest tower divers. The par-
ticipants, many of Olympic fame,
will represent five different coun-
tries: Mexico, Hungary, England,
Canada and the United States.
As an added attraction, the sing-
ing Friars and their dancing girls
will perform along with jugglers,
magicians, trampolinists, and var-
Haircutting
To please you!!
It Costs No More to have the best!
- 12 HA IRCUTTERS -
The Dascola Barbers
Near Michigan Theatre

sous other acts of the side show
nature. There won't be anysword
swallower, but that's about all
that's missing from making this
a show that the Ringling Brothers
might wish to call their own.

4 Buckle
Zipper .

. $5.65

I

SAM'S STORE
122 East Washington

. I

ATTENTION MEN!
Positions open for experienced
-ORIENTATION LEADERS for
SPRING ORIENTATION
UNION STUDENT OFFICES... 3-5 P.M.
December 10-17
For That
-* SPECIAL CHRISTMAS GIFT
may we suggest
KODAK CAMERAS
For Color ... from $5.95 to $90.00

w.

By STEVE ROGERS I
The Varsity Swimming Pool will
once again be turned into a four-
ring circus for the presentation of
the annual Michigan Swim Gala
this Saturday.
This year's Gala, which is based
on the theme "Wild, Wild World,"
is guaranteed to satisfy all lovers
of swimming, diving, and good
comedy.
Featuring acts on land, in water,
off the diving board, and on the
tower, the Gala will offer routines
of both comical and serious na-
ture.
Spectators at the show Satur-
day night will see, among other
things, the presentation of the

SFORTS WEAR
WG m C y ur w sh s.. c sCh t
-re-
On Arb
4 r m aus ourwis:h-es . coats at A3
maecl*ete laue ev
a varislcio1.. ayah
:n-errgtdw oterpl
* iins 4?
~WHERETHEOORLTHSCOATSFRO 4
Stmak o ld M wea9th :0er ha pl asur. 9e've3,.

r

-- - ""

O1ftnpih
PRECISION
TYPEWRITER
" Precision Quality
* Beautiful Styling

- -,f
.-r'
F I
..

I

i

BOYCE PHOTO CO.
723 N. University NO 3-4514

The OLYMPIA PORTABLE
Offers you more with:
6 Tabulator stops - new improved margin stop -
Automatic paper feed - Automatic spring release
paper support - Glare free spring action, keys-
New touch adjuster - Standard machine line space
lever -
MORRiLL'S
314 South State St. Phone NO 3-2481

By WAYNE MORTBERG
Big things are expected from
George Lee b8 basketball coach
Bill Perigo after the senior's spec-

.
"
-: ,,,: rh;-E
,", ;
,., ..
'~,

Je1ecend
Jfonder/anid
AT LOW
STUDENT
RATES
aw.its you at any of the:
HILTON-STATLER
HOTELS
NEW YORK CITY:
The Statler Hilton
The Savoy Hilton
The Waldorf-Astoria
The Plazc
WASHINGTON, D. C.:
The Statler Hilton
BUFFALO:
The Statler Hilton
BOSTON:
The Statler Hilton
HARTFORD:

tacular performance at the Kent
State tournament.
"His play certainly encourages
me to expect a very successful
season from him," Perigo com-
mented and explained that he has
known all along that Lee possessed
outstanding potential.
Now, the added responsibility of
providing leadership has helped
to make him a much better bas-
ketball player, the coach said.
Lee enjoyed an excellent sopho-
more season, leading all Wolverine
scorers, but last season he was
not as nearly effective.
Perigo says that Lee feels more
at home this season as a forward
than he did last year. The Michi-
gan mentor recalled that Lee play-
ed guard as a sophomore and had
some difficulty making the switch
to forward in the 1957-58 season.
"Lee seems to be driving harder
this season than before," said the
coach. Perigo thinks that Lee's
hard work to condition himself
better might account for his show-
ing at Kent State.
Although Perigo quite readily
admits tliat Lee's 43 points and 33
rebounds were a valuable contribu-
tion last weekend, but he also
wants it to be known that Lee
played two of his most outstanding
defensive games against Tennes-
see and Kent State.
His defensive play-in addition
to his high scoring-was one of
the biggest factors in his ranking
second to only Tennessee's Gene
Tormohlen in the most valuable
player balloting at the tourna-
ment.

Rara Avis

".COKE'' IS A REISTERED TRAO(.MA*K, COPYRIGHT 0 lose THE OOCA.COIA COMPAMT.

It's a rare bird indeed who doesn't
care for the good taste of Coke!
In fact, you might even call him an
odd ball. After all, 68 million times
a day somebody, somewhere, enjoys
Coca-Cola. All these people
just can't be wrong!

SIGN OF GOOD TASTE

Bottled under authority of The Coca-Cola Company by
ANN ARBOR BOTTLING CO.
321 South Ashley NO 8-8815

lip

I

For His Chrisina
Cl
and sil
by
points of inter4
r fC>
55
The self-trim of the co
self-edging of the front.., th
piping on the single cu
....are the fresh, new style p
in these Jayson "Gold La
shirts. Tailored to "fit to p
single needle set-in sle
look rich...feel rich... and a

-e st

.. ..

S

..4
Now

otton
[fit
r# shirt

.11
WK

J .

3'" "

F

rw

TODAY THROUGH SATURDAY

% A~r

CREW-
NECK

-KNIT

lar...the

he

stom pocket
oints of interest
abel" sport
erfection" with
eves, they
re available in

S

99

kAI;MIC 'C rWACM-*

1n"1i1Iy

I

III

IN J - WV Oql GIN VhT'- - ' I. rV1M U

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan