THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1967
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By MARK HALPERT pound Walker, Delta Tau Delta;'
and the .heavyweight Champion
In the Fraternity Intramurals Iander of Siga Cha i
Delta Tau Delta is making ais Sande Sig da td.
valiant effort for their third co-I Sigma Phi Epsilon defeated Sig-
secutive IFC Athletic Trophy. Sig- ma Alpha Mu 3-0 in the Handball
ma Phi Epsilon, with 742 points, Finals The winners were led by:
and Zeta Beta Tau, with 708 Singles Jack Secrist and Larry!
points, xii give the Delts, with 770: Randolph in the singles matches,'
points, a good run for their money.t and by Doug Smith and Dick
In the bowling finals Phi Sigma Mooshie in the doubles matches.
Delta, led by Al Morton last year's Sigma Phi Epsilon also won the
All Campus Bowling Champion, Swimming Championship 35-25
upset ZBT by l4pins.C IIn with Bob Johan, Ed Barter,,.Dan
Wedge, John Schneider, and Ed
West Quad controlled the Wres- Friday 8 a.m.-10 p.m.: Saturday
tling match as Adams House beat 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Wendley in the finals. The win- The swimming pool is open for
ners of the individual weight (,'ass- students and faculty from 4-6
es were: 123-pound Stearns, Pres- pm. and 7:30-9:30 Monday-Friday,
cott House; 130-pound Seavette, ond from 10-11:30 a.m. and 3-5:30
Gomberg House: 137-pound Ding- p.m on Saturday The pool is o)en
wall, Frost House; 147-pound for faculty only from 11:30 a.m.-
Stow, Adams House: 157-pound 1 p.m. Monday thru Friday.
Gifford, Anderson House; 167- There is a Co-recreational pro-
pound Walker, Rumsey; 177- gram at the Intramural Building
pound Arcure, Chicago House; and on Friday night from 7:30-10 p.m.
the Inter-Residence Hall Cham- The indoor tennis courts are
pion was Fritzpatrick of Adams ' available for use from 12-1, p.m.
House. Monday thru Friday.
Open for Students Indepent Basketball
In the Handball Finals Van Waterman Gym will be open for
Tyne House of Mary Markley beat several weeks on Saturday after-
Taylor House South Quad. noon for independent basketball.
Below is a listing of the times With Sigma Phi Epsilon giving
when the Intramural Facilities are Delta Tau Delta a tough fight for
open: the fraternity Athletic Champion-
Intramural Building: Monday- ship, and Scott House and Chicago
House being involved in an ex-
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR: tremely close race this should be a
very interesting semester in Intra-
GRETCHEN TWIETMEYER mural Sports.
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Phi Delts Take Wrestling
Phi Delta Theta beat Delta Tau
Delta in the finals of IM wres-
tling 35-19. Winners in the dif-
ferent weight classes were: 123-
pound Winn, Phi Delta Theta;
130-pound Noel, Phi Delta Theta;
137-pound Kruger. Phi Epsilon Pi;
147-pound Hardy, ZBT; 157-pound
Spaly, Delta Tau Delta; 167 pound
Parker, Phi Gamma Delta; 177-
Wolfe leading the victors.
Residence Halls IM Champion-
ship looks like a two-way horse
race. Scott House is now enjoying
a rather shakey four point lead
over Chicago. Hayden with 633
points, is a distant third to Scott
and Chicago, who have contract-
ed 757 and 753 points respectively.
CARL ROBIE, Michigan superstroker, stretches out on a dive
as teammates watch. The former Butterfly King, now used as a
distance freestyler, is a silver medalist in the Tokyo Olynpics,
national and Big Ten defending champ in the 200 fly.
LIMOUSINES COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Army 61, Fordham 59
for information call Central Michigan 88, Wayne State 45
Temple 109, Gettysbury 73
Memphis St. 63, Jacksonville 58 (ovt)
University of Chicago 71, Detroit Tech
Tickets are available Wake Forest 90, Clemson 80
Northern Michigan 90, Michigan Tech
at Travel Bureaus or 78
the Michigan Union Iowa State 72, Missouri 58
Wichita State 90, Chicago Loyola 82
Rice 60, Arkansas 56
Michigan has dropped in rank-
ings in the NCAA swimming poll
since Michigan State upset her
archrival and moved into title con-
North Carolina State and Yale
stand firm as the top two teams
in the poll, which is sponsored by
more than 275 swimming coaches,
and compiled and released by
SWIMMING WORLD magazine.
Defending NCAA backstroke
champion Gary Dilley, Michigan
State (1:56.7), edged Russ Kingery
of Michigan (1:58.5) from honors
in the 200-yard backstroke. Mike
Burton, (10:05.4) of UCLA, became
the top collegiate swimmer in the
1000-yard freestyle as Wolverine
tanker Carl Robie (10:09.2) drop-
ped down to second.
Rankings remaining unchanged
were Tom Arusoo's 1:57.0 time
for Michigan against Indiana in
the 200-yard butterfly, Greg Buck-
ingham, Stanford, in the 200 in-
dividual medley, and Hoosier Bob
Windle in the 500-yard freestyle.
Although Yale natators were
nosed from the top in one event,
they managed to hang onto their
three remaining firsts. The Eli
retained best times in the 400-yard
freestyle relay, the 200-yard free-
style with Olympic gold medalist
Don Schollander, and the 400-yard
Other Wolverines who placed in
the rankings were Bill Groft in
the 50-yard freestyle, Carl Robie
in the .200 individual medley, Lee
Bisbee in the 200 fly, and Paul
Scheerer, who dropped to third in
Michigan also ranked in the
medley and freestyle relays.
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