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ers Fool Pre-Season Predictors

Phi Eps Victorious;
SPE Records Win

weren't as sharp as we have been,"
he said. "We took a lot of bad
shots without the boards covered."
"Actually, both teams played a
poor game. They had 18 errors
and we had 12 They got us to
play their scatter-gun offense and
beat us at it," he added.
Michigan also ran into foul
trouble with John Harris fouling
out of the game in the first
minute of the second half. Bob
Brown fouled out later and the
Gohpers had the boards to them-
But Strack turned to the fu-
ture instead of mulling over the
Gopher defeat and started plan-
ning for Purdue.
"What kind of defense do you
think we should use to stop
(Terry) Dischinger?" he asked.
No answer.

After playing for more than
eight minutes with only four play-
ers, Phi Epsilon Pi beat Alpha
Delta Pi 32-30 when Wally Zelman
sunk a 20-foot push shot in the
fifth minute of a sudden death
overtime period in a "B" third-
place playoff game in IM action
last night.
The Alpha Delts came on strong
with 17 points in the second half
to overcome a 19-13 lead posted'
by the Phi Eps and forced the
game into overtime. The losers
made the score 19-17 before the
Phi Eps finally managed to get a
tally. The Phi Eps kept this two-

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Ohio State Retains Position
But Cicit Gains in Pol

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g improved the most, jumping from By The Associated Press
r 4-10 record to a 10-3 mark this Ohio State's stunning setback
__ year with one game to play. r1- at Wisconsin cost the Buckeyes
M linois has won' one more game their unanimous hold on first
and Michigan three. . place in the Associated Press col-
ate.,.: But getting back to recent mat- lege basketball poll but they still
ters, Strack did not have a very far outdistanced the opposition in
Michigan's John Harris (33), top reboUnder, fouled out at half. happy evening in Minnesota. "We the !voting. r
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Forty of the 45 members of AP's
nationwide panel put the Bucks
first on their ballots, while three
gave that honor to Mississippi
State and the two others went for'
Cincinnati. Ohio State had been
the unanimous selection for the
lead for 11 straight weeks.
Ohio State picked up four sec-
onds and one third for a point
total of 444, based on ten for first,
nine for second, etc. Cincinnati
gained heavily in the voting for
second and remained No. 2
The next four teams also 're-
tained the spots they held in last
week's poll, with Kansas State,
Kentucky, Mississippi State and
Bradley following the Bucks and
Utah, champion of the Skyline
Conference, made the biggest jump
--going from tenth to seventh.
Bowling Green dropped from
seventh to eighth, Duke from
eighth to ninth and Loyola of Chi-
cago took tenth. Colorado, No. 9
last week, fell out of the ratings.
Wisconsin belted Ohio State 86-
67 in the surprise of the season,
pinning the Big Ten champions
with their first loss since they
were toppled by Cincinnati in last
year's national title game. The
Bucks, now 22-1, finish up against
Indiana this Saturday before
heading into the NCAA tourney
next week.

point lead for several minutes as
both teams were shooting cold.
The Alpha Delts tied the score
at 26-all, and both teams lapsed
into a defensive battle while they
played for the one shot which
would give them the lead and per-
haps the game.'Tension mounted
when Mickey Fivenson fouled out,
leaving the Phi Eps with only five
players and about three minutes
left to play. A little over a Min-
ute later Mark Levy fouled out.
Now the Phi Eps only had four
players to field.
Couldn't Capitalize
The Alpha Delts were unable
to capitalize on this promising sit-
uation, however, and the game
went into the overtime period.
Both teams had excellent chances
for scoring the winning goal. Sur-
prisingly enough, the Phi Eps had
the best scoring chances and, fin-
ally, Zelman threw the game-
winning goal.
In other action last night, Sigma
Phi Epsilon defeated Phi Delta
Theta in a hotly contested game,
31-28, and gained a chance to go
on further in the first place play-
offs in the "B" division of the
social fraternities.
Defensive Test
The game was a test of defensive
strength and not a show of offen-
sive power by either team. John
Mans, by virtue of his size, easily
outrebounded his Sig Ep counter-
part, Russ Ott, and outscored him
five to four.
The victors were led by Tom
Cross, , who had 11 points, and
Dave Ong with nine points. Jim
Methven had four tallies and Eric
Delzer finished with three.
Sigma Phi Epsilon 'B' 31, Phi Delta
Theta 'B' 28
Theta Delta Chi B' 37, Phi Kappa
Tau 'B' 16
Alpha Tau Omega 'B' 39, Sigma Nu
'B' 24
Phi Epsilon PL 'B' 32, Alpha Delta-
PI 'B' 30
Phi Alpha Kappa 34, Psi Omega 26
Zeta Beta Tau 'B' 38, Chi Phi 19
Theta Chii 'A' 19, Delta Chi 'A' 18



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