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THE1MICHIGANV DAILY

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tles Decided in I-ill Contests

ashevski's Clutch Shot
yes Sigma Chi Victory

By DICK REYNOLDS
'aced by the clutch outside
ma Chi rolled to the social fra-
nlty "A" basketball title last
ht with a 48-47 victory over,
ta Tau Delta.
vashevski's three baskets in
final two minutes was the de-
ve element in a nip-and-tuck
test that saw the lead change
ids eight times. The varsity,
rterback finished with 23
nits.
laving to battle the Delts tow-;
ag front line averaging 6'4", the
iners displayed heads up de-
sive play and held their own on
boards. Bill Dodd added 15
rits to the Sigma Chi's cause,
ile Dick Hildreth and Bob Tim-
lake had 16 and 12 points re-
ctively for the losers.
[he Delts jumped out into a five
nt lead in the first period as
:reth pumped in four straight
footers against the Sig's zone
ense. Evashevski began finding
range in the second period as
Sig's cut the margin to three
nts, 23-20, at the half.

A 15-point third stanza put the
Sigs up by four going into the
final 10 minutes, but it took Eva-
shevski's heroics and a pair of
free throws in the last minute by
Blackout!
All Detroit stations announced
yesterday that there would be
no television coverage of. the
NCAA r e g i o n a l basketball
games from Minneapolis. The
games both tomorrow and Sat-
urday night are on radio,
WAAM, 1600, WUOM-FM, 91.7,
and WWJ, 950. The Michigan.
Loyola game begins tomorrow,
at 10 p.m.
Dodd to ice the victory.
In the social fraternity "B"
championship tilt, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon came from behind to nip
Delta Upsilon, 37-33.
Key baskets by Steve Erickson
and Hap Lindell in the final 40
seconds gave SAE the title. Erick-
son paced the winners with 10;
points while game scoring honors
went to DUPs Ken Page with 16.
The DU's led by as much as
six points on. three different oc
casions but lost control of the
backboards in the second half as
SAE's rebound duo of Jim Mathie
and Lindell took control.
The Law Club held Nu Sigma
Nu's John Tidwell to just seven
points in capturing the graduate
division cage crown, 43-35.
The lawyers opened up a 20-14
half time lead and then kept the
pressure on the meds. The winners'
Paul Groffsky tallied 15 points as
did Nu Sig's Bill Enley.

-Daily-Jim Lines
TWO MORE?-An unidentified basketball player gets off a
jump shot, hopefully for another two points, in just some of
the action during last night's annual I-M Open House. Compe-
tition and exhibitions were staged in 15 sports.
WATER SPORTS:
PbhGains Capture
Two Tank ,Crowns:

Brown Leads

EW YORK-NFL rushing sta-
ics released yesterday gave
my Brown these firsts: Indi-
ual champion, best average,
A touchdowns, most attempts,
one-game performance and
Best run.
1 winning the individual cham-
nship for the sixth time in
en years, Brown gained 1,863
ds, shattering his own 1958
ord of 1,527.

'I

The "Phish" of Phi Gamma
Delta dunked all contenders in the
social fraternity swimming events,
scoring victories in both the swim-
ming championships and the water
polo final.
In the swimming championships,
the Phi Gis opened the evening
with a regord-breaking victory in

cers Meet Huskies in, Playoffs

By JIM TINDALL
[ichigan's WCHA and Big Ten
,mpionship hockey team will
e off at 8 p.m. tonight against
Huskies of Michigan Tech in
first of two games in the
ue playoffs.
a order to get a bid to the

AA Championships to be
Denver next week, the
q1' Cagers
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held
Blue

More honors were heaped on
.e Michigan basketball team yes-
rday as Bill Buntin and Cazze
issell were named by the con-
rence coaches to the all-Big Ten
nited Press International bas-
tball team.
Also named were Dave Schell-
ise of Purdue, Dick Van Arsdale
Indiana, and dary. Bradds of
hio State.
In addition, captain Bob Can-
ell was awarded a place on the'
th United Press International
mall-America" team. This squad
chosen annually and is re-
icted to players under 5'10".
Also named to this team were,
gh-scoring Manny Newsome of
estern Michigan, Johnny Egan
Chicago Loyola, Willie Somer-
t of Duquesne, and James Mack
len of Arkansas A.M.&N.

must win the two-game series on
the basis of total goals.
The way in which the series
winner will be decided is consider-
ed to be an advantage by defense-
man Roger Galipeau, for he points
out, "We have more players who
can put the puck in the net-we
are real tough when we have the
puck in their zone and are work-
ing it around their net."
No Walkaways
Although Michigan holds a 3-1
season edge on Tech, 'M' Coach
Al Renfrew hastens to point out
that "none of, the games were
walkaways by any means. We
should have two teal, fine hockey
games tonight and tomorrow."
Wingman Jack Cole agreed
completely, saying, "All of our
games with them were close. They
are a real tough team. They have
played better teams this season
like North Dakota and Denver
which we haven't played and this
gives them an advantage coming
into the playoffs."
Captain Gordie Wilkie, who is
presently second in team scoring,
adds, "We have a better team if
you only look at the records, but
when playoff time comes around,'
you might as well throw all of
those records away, because it is
a different league."
T e d d y "Bear" ' Henderson,
whose improved play has been a
bright spot for the Wolverines in
the past few games, comments,
"Those games should have .a lot
of close checking in them.
Goalie Bob Gray, who is pres-
ently holding opponents to a mere
2.4 goals per game, says, "We
have an edge on them in offense,
and our defense has really im-
proved over the season, too.
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and Trips At /Gram
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"Right now I would say that we
have the four best defensemen as
a unit in the league."
Home Town Crowd
Barry MacDonald adds, "The
home town crowd will make a real
difference, too. When you have
3000 fans behind you, it gives you
an extra incentive to win. If the
games are otherwise even, this
could be the difference."
Assistant captain Gary Butler,
who leads all Maize and Blue
scorers, points out that "Tech 'has
more balance now than it did
earlier in the season. They have
also improved in their scoring
power., The defenses are about
even, so the difference will have
to come in goal."
These are the sentiments of
center Wilf Martin, too. "Tech
will give us a lot to worry about,
but the difference is that Gray is
more consistent in the nets. Gary
Bauman is good, but he does have
off nights. If he is 'on' this week-
end, this will be a real tough
series."
Tech stands 9-7 in WCHA play,
and 14-11 on the season, but is
fresh from a split with Denver,
who finished second to Michigan
for the season, and a.sweep from
Colorado.

the 200-yard medley relay (1:52.4),
added another record win in the
50-yard butterfly (:27.1), and
coasted to a 55-41 victory over the
nearest contender, Alpha Delta
Phi.'
A late three-point goal gave the
Phi Gam water polo team a come-
from-behind 9-8 victory over Al-
pha Tau Omega, which held a
commanding 8-4 lead after the
third quarter.
The residence hall swim finals
saw Wenley House tally 48 points
to edge Allen-Rumsey with 47, and
Michigan, 43.
Allen-Rumsey had to settle for
another runner-up spot in the
water polo final, dropping a tight
5-2 decision to Gomberg House.
Van der Voort
'Tops Gymnasts
Gary Vander Voort, who hails
from Mt. Prospect, Ill., & suburb
northwest of Chicago, captured the
all-around championship in the
all-campus gymnastics meet held
during the IM open house last
night.
Vander Voort took two firsts,
the parallel bars and horizontal
bar, as did Charles Fuller, who
copped the free exercise and
tumbling crowns.
Chris Chilvers grabbed the in-
dividual rings championship and
finished second to Vander Voort
in the all-around competition.
Finishing third in this latter event
was Chris Vanden Broek, who won
the long horse event, besides.
Also winning first places were
Art Baessler and Walt Knodle,
who fought to a draw in the side-
horse event.

Big Red 'A'
Wins, 58-43
By SCOTT BLECH
Gomberg House squelched a late
Taylor rally with less than three
minutes to play last night and
went on to win the Residence Halls
"A" Basketball championship,
58-43.
With about two minutes left in
the game, Ed Strait's free throw
brought Taylor to within five
points, but Gomberg, employing a
full-court press and fast breaks,
shutout Taylor 10-0 the rest of
the way. The fast finish was high-
lighted by driving layups of Lou
Lee, Craig Kirby, and Carl Ward.
The Big Red led from the open-
ing jump shot by Ted Sizemore
and held a 33-16 halftime lead.
Two free throws by Sizemore and
one by Wally Gabler gave Gom-
berg a 20 point lead at the start
of tht second half.
With the score 39,23, Jim Le-
vitas scored four points on a
sweeping hook shot and two char-
ity tosses to give the Big Red a
43-28 lead after three quarters of
play. Taylor then started hitting
as they outscored the Gomberg
men 15-5 before the Big Red
launched their finishing kick to
take the championship.
Lee was high point man with
15 and Ward was second best with
12 points. Sizemore and Kirby
chipped in 11 points each as did
Gary Schick and Tom Fette for
the losers.
Reeves House topped Cooley,
39-33, to win the Residence Halls
"B' championship as Dick John-
ston led the winners with 16
points.
In the Independent Champion-
ship game, the UD's pulled away
from the Torts in the fourth quar-
ter to triumph 43-29.
The UD's led at halftime 21-19
and held onto their two point lead
through the third quarter. Ahead
29-27 at the end of the thrd
sttnza, the UD's gave the Torts a
mere two ponts the rest of the
game and swished in 14 points
themselves to gain the champion-
ship.
In the last quarter the UD's
found the range under the boards
as they collected most of their
points on layups and tip-ins. The
Torts' Tom Wood, with long set
shots and jumpers, led all scorers
with 14 points and Pete Winkle
was high point man for the vic-
tors with 11.
I-M Champs
BASKETBALL
RESIDENCE HALLS
Gomberg 58, Taylor 43, "A"
Reeves 39, Cooley 33, "B"
SOCIAL FRATERNITIES
sigmaCi 48, Delta Tas Delta 47,
SAE 37, Delta Upsilon 33, "B"
INDEPENDENTS
UD's 43, Torts 29
WATER POLO
RESIDENCE HALLS
Gomberg 5, Allen-Rumsey 3
SOCIAL FRATERN ITIES
Phi Gamma Delta 9, ATO 8
SWIMMING
RESIDENCE HALLS
1. wenley, 2. Allen-Rumsey
SOCIAL FRATERNITIES
1. Phi Gamma Delta, 2. Alpha Delta
Phi

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