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THE MICH'IG~AN DAILTFDA

FRIDAY

;om berg Dominates I-A Title Night
iouth Quad House Takes Big Red Wins in Volleybalh-
lour Mat Championships Swimmg Fial Postponed
mSnn Fia Postponed - .

SKI FANS!

Inviting Ski Enthusiasts to
CHELSEA SKI HOLLOW
18 miles from Ann Arbor. Open weekends from 10:30 a.m. Ad-
mission $2,00. Warming facilities available. Follow route 92 one
mile north of Chelseo, turn right into Werkner, follow to Stofer,
to N. Territorial. Turn left on N. Territorial and follow I/4 mile.
Entrance marked on left.
For information call NORTH LAKE STORE GR 9-60t1

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Chi Psi, beat SAE's Bill Nieman, NOT FOR LONG-Gomberg's Wally Herrala is seen on the bottom
7-2; 167, Lou Gritaldi, Sigmag Phi against Michigan House's Mike Bittner in the match for the1
SAE, 3:48; 177, John Hallenbeck Residence Hall I-M heavyweight wrestling title. But Herrala, a
Sigma Chi, decisioned Bob Feath- freshman football standout, quickly reversed the position to pin
erstone of SAE, 5-0. Bittner in 1.24.

Residence hall leader Gomberg
copped the I-M volleyball title at
the I-M building last night and
moved a step closer to winning
the dual meet swimming cham-
pionship.
Two Reeves swimmers set new
I-M records, but Gomberg won{
the meet, 34-23, and thus moved
into the finals against Chicago,j
which downed Scott, 31-23.
I-M Director Earl Riskey said
last night that neither the resi-
dence or fraternity swimming title
meets will be.held at the Swim
Gala tomorrow afternoon, as ori-
ginally scheduled. Riskey said
that Gomberg and Chicago wished
to hold their meet next week.
Fraternity swimming semis were
not held last night, because many
swimmers were competing in oth-
er I-M sports,
Stubborn Van Tyne extended
Gomberg's tall volleyball squad to
six games before losing, 4-2. Two
of the Big Red game victories were
by 16-14 scores. Latvians de-

throned defending independent
volleyball champion 1207 in four
straight games.
Newman Club hung up a 3-0
triumph over Evans Scholars to
win the independent handball
championship. Newman also won
the first match in the paddleball
final with Gomnberg Older Ele-
ment. The remaining matches will
be played tomorrow.
Alpha Epsilon Pidefeated Delta
Upsilon, 4-0, for the third place
fraternity volleyball title,
WELCOME MEN
OF MICHIGAN !!

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Try us for:
Workmanship 0 Sanitation
Personnel 0 Service

Reject Plan To Ban Track Aliens

The Dascola Barbers
near Michigan Theatre

1959 Christmas Present 'Finder
Books -Records -Stationery
SToys -Games -Typewriters
Radios-Michigan Souvenirs
Christmas Cards and Wrappings .
Make
*Your Christmas Shopping "
Headquarters
STATE STREET at NORTH U.
Open Saturday, afternoons
and Monday nites
Until Christmas
SC C.C CC ~ CC
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The faculty representatives
tightened several rules on eligi-
bility.
Under the Big Ten's contro-
versial financial aid program, an
athlete now must file a statement
of means of financial support for
each school year. Deliberate falsi-
fication will result in forfeit of all
conference eligibility. This is aim-
ed at possible illegal financial aid
via "under-the-table" support by
alumni or interested parties.
Minimum Class Hours
The - faculty group also pin-
pointed the area of classroom re-
quirements for physical education
majors or students specializing in
that field. It specified that such a
student must carry 11 minimum
hours of "primarily scholastic"
study in a current and previous

semester to retain athletic eligi-
bility. This differs from "activity"
credits, like classes in sports or
recreation.
The faculty men reaffirmed a
proposal to limit aid tenders to
athletesin the upper two-thirds of
their high school graduating classt
on a scholastic basis.
The faculty men also bolstered
the Big Ten's so-called red shirt-
ing rule, Now athletic eligibility
will be limited to 4 consecutive 12-
month periods following the date
of enrollment. This is retroactive
to December, 1957.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Oklahoma 52, Minnesota 45
Kentucky 72, Southern Methodist 60
***
NBA SCORES
Detroit 107, St. Louis 11
Boston 123, Philadelphia 114

WHAT'S THE SCORE?
State H.S. 9-10:30 Saturday
Daily 7:45 A.M. and 4:30 P.M.
WIN FREE TICKETS
TO PRO EVENTS
Tom Johnston Sports
WOIA 1290

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LUNCH and DINNERS Fine Salads & Sandwiches
FAMOUS FOR ROAST BEEF
SUNDAY MORNING - SPECIAL PANCAKE BREAKFAST - $1.00
and All the Coffee You Can Drink
Serving your favorite BEER, WINES and CHAMPAGNE --
Pira Pie Served After 8 P.M. - Open From I I A.M. to 11 P.M.
2045 PACKARD NO 2-1661
Catering at Your Home or Hall Henry Turner, Prop.

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FAMILY STYLE DINNERS
Jarm Cuptoarci
5400 PLYMOUTH RD. -- Dixboro, Mich..
N. Main right on U.S. 12 Phone NO 8-9387
Saturday and Sunday open 11 A.M.-10 P.M.
CLOSED MONDAY

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STUDENTS:
For Ann Arbor's Finest Meals-
''HE MICHIGAN UNION
MAIN DINING ROOM
--A- NEWLY REDECORAT ED -k-
Hours: Luncheon: 11:45 - 1:30
Dinner: 5:45 -7:45 (later on Football Saturdays).

The Best in Oriental Cuisine
"SEASON'S GREETINGS
0 TO ALL STUDENTS
AND FACULTY"
You will be served the~d fieti
> Cantonese and
American Food
" -nw ' Will close Monday, Dec. 22 °
_ Will reopen Friday, Dec.26
L Q PING
Closed Monday 118 WEST LIBERTY NO 2-5624

*ITALIAN SPAGHETTI
* CHICKEN-IN-THE-BASKET
...to take out...
THREE DECKER SANDWICHES
HOME-MADE PIES
ANGELO'S RESTAURANT
1100 E. Catherine . . . OPEN 7TA.M.-8 P.M. . . . 7days o week
The GOLDEN APPLES
Restaurant..
features for your enjoyment
CHICKEN. 0STEAK o SEAFTD
SMORGASBORD
also BUFFET LUNCHEONS 1I A.M. - 2 P.M.
ALL YOU CAN EAT for $1.00
TOWER HOTEL
NO 2-4531 300 South Thoyer

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IN
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* TURKEY & CHICKEN
" SEA FOOD

GONDOLA
YPSILANTI'S FINEST RESTAURANT
and COCKTAIL LOUNGE
Serving Sunday 12:30-9:00 P.M.
SMORGASBORD
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BANQUET HALL AVAILABLE

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