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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MARC

linger Brings Scoring Quest Here

AT R.O.T.C. RIFLE RANGE:
Riflemen Vie for WCRA Title

and his team is still battling for
third place.
Dischinger, on the other hand,
plays against a team which has
no big man to stop him and the
Boilermakers have at least a tie
of third place sewed up. His Pur-
due teammates are expected to
feed their all-time scoring star.
The scoring race ,this year is
the hottest one since 1q56 when
Max Morris of Northwestern beat
out Tony Jaros of Minnesota by a
single point. Morris had a modest
16.5 average.
Assistant Coach Jim Skala is
lavish with his praise on Disch-

inger. "When he gets the ball, you
know he's going to score-either
with a basket or a free throw,"
he said.
A proof of how deceptive Disch-
inger is, is his foul shooting sta-
tistics. Dischinger has taken 200
free throws this season, an aver-
age of over 14 a game. He also
sinks 82.5 per cent of those shots
to help out his average.
Dischinger also connects on 55
per cent of his shots from the
floor and ranks third in the Big
Ten record book in that depart-
ment with his 57.5 percentage in
1951.

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By STAN KUKLA
The Michigan Varsity Rifle
Club will be fighting for the
Western Conference Rifle Asso-
ciation championships }tomorrow
at the R.O.T.C. rifle range against
the seven other conference teams.
The championships are an all-
day project. They will begin at ap-
proximately eight in the morning
and the directors of the meet hope
to have the firing over by five
in the afternoon.
Two Divisions
The championships are divided
into two divisions. In the morning,

NBA, NHL ACTION:
Red Wings' Bassen Shuts Out Bruins;
Boston Overcomes Chicago 108-102

By The Associated Press
BOSTON- Detroit, scrambling
to remain in hockey playoff con-
tention beat Boston 3-0 last night
and. moved within a point of fourth
place New York.
Hank Bassen's sparkling goal
tending and two goals by rookie
Larry Jeffery featured the Nation-
al Hockey League action.
While the Bruins effectively con-
centrated on keeping Red Wing
ace Gordie Howe from scoring his
500th major league goal, his De-
troit, mates went about the busi-
ness of winning their second game
in the last seven. Boston's winless
streak has reached 18.
With more games left to play
than the idle Rangers, the Wings

brought their points to 56 in the
battle for fourth and final Stanley
Cup playoff berth.
Val Fonteyne flicked in Bruce
MacGregor's partially stopped long
shot at 12:06 of the opening per-
iod. Four minutes later Jeffrey,
recently summoned from the Ed-
monton farm club, fired a rebound
through the legs of flu-stricken
Boston goalie Bruce Gamble.
* * *
Habs Tie
MONTREAL - Bernie (Boom
Boom) Goeffrion scored midway
through the third period tonight
an dthe first place Montreal Cana-
diens gained a 1-1 tie with the
Toronto Maple Leafs in a National
Hockey League game.
The Leafs had held a 1-0 lead
since the first period on a goal by
defenseman Tim Horton.
The single point preserved Mon-
treal's seven-point lead over the
Maple Leafs in the race for the
league championship. 'The Leafs
have eight more games to play to
Montreal's nine.
Horton bagged his seventh goal
at 13:26 of the opening period
while the Leafs had a one-man ad-
vantage. Montreal's Bobby Rous-

seau and Dickie Moore and Toron-
to's Carl Brewer were in the pen-
alty box when Horton connected.
In all, referee Frank Udvari
handed out 18 penalties--12 to
the Canadiens. One of Montreal's
infractions was a 10-minute mis-
conduct to Moore in the second
period for squawking after a slash-
ing call against teammate Jean-
Guy Talbot.
Brewer drew four of Toronto's
penalties, all minors.
* * *
CHICAGO-The champion Bos-
ton Celtics fought off a late Chi-
cago rally last night to defeat the
Packers 108-102 in a National Bas-
ketball Association game.
The victory, Boston's 9th in 10
games against Chicago this year,
left the Celtics with a chance to
break the one-season record for
wins in NBA competition. Boston,
with a 57-20 record, has \three
games left in shooting for its regu-
lar season high of 59 victories, set
two years ago.
The loss, Chicago's 59th in 75
games, set a new loss record for
one. team during a season. New
York held the old record of 58
losses set last year.

individuals will shoot for the in-
dividual conference title. The af-
ternoon will see the five-man
teams from each school blasting
away.
In the championships, as in the
other matches, the course of fire
is 20 shots in each of the three
firing positions: prone, kneeling,
and standing. For each of these
positions, two targets are provided.
On each target there are ten
bull's eyes, each one worth ten
points if hit. Thus, the shooter
can get a maximum of 200 points
in each position, or 600 points for
the match. "550 points is con-
sidered an excellent total," said
Chuck Freese, the third leading
shooter in the W.C.R.A.
Seven Other Teams'
The W.CR.A.is composed of
seven other Big Ten schools. Be-
sides Michigan, there are Ohio
State, Purdue, Michigan State,;
Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and
Iowa.
These teams have met twice so
far. On Dec. 6 Michigan State
played the host and almost won
that match. However, the Ohio
State sharpshooters were not to
be overcome, ekeing out a win by
the meager margin of 29 points.
Michigan finished fifth in that
meet.
The second match was held at
Ohio State on Jan. 13. Again, the
Ohio State experts took the meet,
this time with a 34 point margin.
The Michigan shooters finished
sixth this time.
In Sixth Place
In the two matches, Ohio State
has garnered 5692 points out of a
possible 6000. Michigan, on the
other hand, captured- only 5482
points and is firmly entrenched
in sixth place, ahead of only
Wisconsin and Iowa.
"We have a good chance to
finish third in this meet," Freese
forecasted. It seems that in earlier
matches, all of the members of
the team couldn't make it because
of a conflict-of-interest with the
R.O.T.C. rifle teams. Michigan will
be deprived of Freese, its leading
scorer, for the morning matches
as he will be shooting at Detroit.

featuring

However, he will be shooting In the
afternoon team matches.
In a warm-up meet last week,
the Michigan team placed first in
an eight-way match with teams
of the Huron Valley Marksman-
ship League, of which Michigan is
a member. The Wolverine team
has a firm hold on second place in
this league.
The individual scoring leader-
ship should go to Ohio State, who
has placed four men in the first
five scoring leaders of the league.
These men will be assembled as a
team in the afternoon and hold a
good chance of taking honors for
the afternoon, making a clean
sweep of the event ... if Michigan
doesn't surprise them.
Ldos Angeles8
May Lose
Franc'hise
LOS ANGELES (AP)-For years
pro football fans complained that
the Los Angeles Rams let go of
too many good football players.
Now there's a chance that the
Rams may let go of the Rams.
Unless the Rams' five feuding
owners settle their dispute over
control of the club, the only al-
ternative will be the courts, gen-
eral manager Elroy Hirsch said
yesterday.
And, Hirsch conceded, there's
remote and distasteful possibility
that a judge may ask the owners
to auction off- the club to the
highest bidder.
If this happens, it could set off
years of litigation, red tape and
ownership fights within the Na-
tional Football League. Under
California law covering dissolved
partnerships, any citizen can par-
ticipate in the auction. All it takes
is money.
- But not just any old millionaire
can own an NFL franchise, Hirsch
pointed out. In other words, if
you made a million in the Mafia,
there's a good chance you'd be
blackballed by other owners in
the NFL-even if you outbid
everyone else. If the owners re-
jected the highest bidder, then
presumably the question again
would revert to the courts.
The possibility of an auction
was cited yesterday in a front-
page story by Bob Oates, Herald-
Examiner sportswriter.
There are two millionaire "fac-
tions struggling for control: Dan
Reeves, who brought the Rams
here from Cleveland in 1946, and
a group composed of Ed Pauley,
Fred Levy, Hal 'Seley and Bob
Hope.
M' Coaches
Favor Frosh
CaeCard
The Michigan basketball coaches
are unanimous in their support of
scheduling freshmen games with
other schools, a matter which was
tabled in the last Big Ten meet-
ings.
The plan would allow the Big
Ten schools to schedule a certain
number af freshmen games, not
necessarily to be with other Big
Ten schools. The plan will be in-
troduced again at the spring meet-
ings but there is still some op-
position.
"It would give the freshmen
something to aim at and it would
be easier to keep them interested,"

assistant coach Tom Jorgenson
said.
If the plan is accepted, Michigan
would probably schedule such
teams as Western Michigan, Uni-
versity of Detroit, Bowling Green,
Eastern Michigan and Michigan
State. "We wouldn't have to stay
overnight for any of the games,"
Jorgenson added.

Make your reservations now
for the St. Patrick's Day
Party March 17. We'll be
featuring the WOLVERINE
RAGTIME FIVE.

Pro Standings
NBA

I-NSTNIG

PORTAGE LAKE
HA 6-8183

Los Ange
Cincinna
Detroit
St. Louis
Chicago

Western Division
W L
les 51 24
ti 42 35
35 40
26 49
16 59

Pct.
.680
.545
.467
.347
.213

GB
10
16
25.
35

Eastern Division
Boston 57 20
Philadelphia 48 30
Syracuse 39 37
New York 28 48

.740 -
.615 9Y2
.513 17%
.368 28Y4

Last Night's Result
Boston 108, Chicago 102

Montreal
- Toronto
Chicago
New York
Detroit
Boston

NHL
W L
35 12
34 18
29 21
23 30
22 28
12 44

T Pts. GF GA

14
9
13.
11
12
7

84
77
71
57
56
31

226
212
199
181
172
155

141
160
163
195
197
280

east Night's Results
Detroit 3, Boston 0
Montreal 1, Toronto Y

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Sammies Win
Bowling Title
Sigma Alpha Mu has won the
I-M bowling championships, de-
feating Alpha Tau Omega 2572-
2422.
During the match, the Sigma
Alpha Mu team set a season's high
game of 935. Members of the win-
ning team were Phil Shapiro, Dave
Schenk, Dick Mandel, Marty Laker
and Mickey Simon.

SOCIAL FRATERNITIES
(Including Nine Sports)
Phi Delta Theta
Delta Upsilon
Beta Theta Phij
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Alpha Tau Omega
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Theta Xi
Phi Gamma Det.
Sigma Alpha Mu
Sigma Chi
Alpha Delta Phi
Theta Delta Chi
Delta Tau Delta
Phi Kappa Psi
Chi Psi
Tau Delta Phi,
Chi Phi
Kappa Sigma
Phi Sigma Kappa
Sigma Nu
Zeta Beta Tau
Zeta Psi
Pi Lambda Phi
Trigon
Phi Epsilon. Pt
Phi Kappa Tau
Phi Sigma Delta
Psi Upsilon
Delta Sigma Phi
Lambda Chi Alpha
Delta Chi
Alpha Epsilon P1
Tau Epsilon Phi
Acacia
Alpha Sigma Phi
Theta Chi
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Delta Kappa Epsilon
Alpha Kappa Lambda
Sigma Phi
Phi Kappa Sigma
RESIDENCE HALLS
(Including Nine Sports)
Huber
Winchell
Gomberg
Wenley
Michigan
Kelsey
Adams
Taylor
Lloyd
Hinsdale
Strauss
Allen-Rumsey
Williams
Van Tyne
Scott
Hayden

Cooley
Anderson
Reeves
Greene
Chicago

PRO FRATERNITIES
(Includes Football,, Volleyball, &
Handball)

384
360
340
198
160-

Phi Delta Phi
Phi Epsilon Kappa
Nu Sigma Nu
Delta Sigma Delta
Psi Omega
Phi Chi
Phi Rho Sigma
Phi Alpha Kappa
Alpha Chi, Sigma
Phi Delta 'Epsilon
Law Club
Alpha Kappa Psi
Falcons
Delta Theta Phi
Delta Sigma Pi
Eta Kappa Nu
Gamma Alpha
Phi Delta Chi
Alpha Omega
Tau Epsilon Rho

335
305
305
295
295
285
275
255
215
210
200
195
185
160
150
150
150
120
110
70

FACULTY
(Includes Football, Volleyball,
Nuclear Engineering
Bus. Admin.
Bio-Chem.
Math.
Cooley
Zoology
Chemistry'
Psych. "A"
Psych. "C"
S.P.B.L.
Zoo.Museum
English
Botany
Willow Run
Public Health
Math. "X"
Education
Sociology
Soc. Psych.
Admin. Build.
Med. Center
Geology
Nat. Resources
Mental Health
Soc. Psych, "B"
History
NROTC
Cooley"',
Bus. Admin. "B"

Bowling)
324
277.
250
240
230
220
190
150
140
138
130
120
116
115
115
100
100
90
90
85
80
75
75
75
70'
70
65
60
50

We are now
Delivering
PIZZA and SUBS
DOMINICKS
NO 2-5414

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MEDIUM 13" with cheese and ONE other item .. .$1.25
LARGE 16" with cheese and TWO other items . . . .$1.90

MEDIUM 13" with cheese and TWO other items

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S and fit like a second skin. In
fact, "ipps' ore tapered=a
slim we had to put a zipper at
the bottom ... plus a 4 inch vent.-
Unusual horizontal front pockets.

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