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THE MICHIGAN DAILY yv

)HOCKEY:

Detroit Blanked by Chicago

Delta Tau Delta Victors in 'A' Playoffs

IICAGO (-The Detroit Red)
rs' hopes for a berth in the
ley Cup playoffs suffered a
*e blow last night when the
ago Black Hawlks beat them
in a National Hockey League
e victory meant nothing to
Black Hawks, who have third
in the National Hockey
ue cinched. However, the loss
the Red Wings a point behind
fourth place New York Ran-
who were idle yesterday.
Two Games Left
eth the Wings and New York
have two games left; to play.
e game saw Chicago's Bobby

Hull score his 48th goal of the
year, to move within two goals
of tying the league record held by
former Canadiens star Maurice
Richard and current Montreal star
Bernie "Boom Boom" Goeffrion.
Hull also has two games left in
which to tie or break the record.
Gets Gift
The tally came almost as a gift
late in the third .period. Detroit,
trailing 2-0 at the time, was bat-
tling desperately in Chicago ice
when Hull, who has been working
overtime in an effort to get his
goal, broke into undefended De-
troit' ice with center Red Hay. Hay

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carried the puck close into Detroit
goal Hank Bassen, then dropped
the disc to Hull, who skated up to
the net, feinted the goalie out of
position, and nudged the puck be-
hind him.
Chicago's other scorers were
Stan Mikita and defenseman Bob
Turner.
The shutout raised Chicago
goalie Glenn Hall's league leading
total to nine. He kicked out A7
Detroit shots in the process.
Sam Jones.
Treated for
Mali gnancy
LAKELAND, Fla. (P) - Medical
tests have shown pitcher Sam
Jones has a "low-grade malignan-
cy" on his neck and the Detroit
Tigers announced yesterday he
will be lost to the club for an in-
definite period for special treat-
ment.
The Tigers said Jones would not
resume pitching until he completes
a series of eight X-ray treatments
recommended by doctors in De-
troit's Ford Hospital.
Underwent Surgery
Jones underwent minor surgery
here three weeks ago for removal
of two lymph nodes on the back
of his neck.
At that time, doctors said there
was no malignancy. But a sample
of the removed tissue was sent to
Detroit, where doctors made addi-
tional tests, and said Jones has
"a low-grade malignancy."
Jones, 36, was one of the Na-
tional League's top right handers
until last season when he was,8-8
with San Francisco. Detroit is
counting on a comeback by Jones
in their bid for the American
League pennant.
The Tigers said Jones would
participate in light workouts while
undergoing treatment.

BY BOB ZWINCK
All social fraternity basketball
playoffs except those for first place
are now complete.
In social fraternity games the
top attraction was the fight for
the second place championship
pitting Delta Tau Delta 'A' against
Tau Delta Phi 'A.' The victor by
a 43-35 count was Delta Tau
Delta.
Start Out Slow
The contest started out with
slow and sloppy playing by both
teams. However, Jack Kauffman
led his Tau Delta Phi teammates
to a one-point half-time lead 18-
17.
But the beginning of the sec-
ond period saw a hurrying and
hustling Delta Tau Delta quintet
quickly overcome the small-deficit
and leap into a ten-point lead,
33-23. Sharp shooting and terrific
rebounding sparked the surge.
Once gaining the upper hand,
the Delts pretty much coasted into
the winner's circle. John Hout-
man scored a game-high 12 for
Delta Tau Delta, while Todd Grant
and Lars Anderson chipped in 11
and nine, respectively. The losing
Tau Delta Phi five was paced by
Kauffman's nine.
AEP's Win
In the finals for the third place
'A' spot, Alpha Epsilon Pi down-
ed a tough Pi Lambda Phi aggre-
gate 28-24. Eli Newman led the
AE Pi's with 13 points, Teammate
Art Barnett had 11.
The game was close throughout

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with AE Pi leading at halftime
16-14
Pi Lam Ties Game
Pi Lam came back to tie the
game at 24-24 with two minutes
left, but Newman and Barnett
each hit on a jumper to ice the
game for AE Pi.
AE Pi was also successful in
the 'B' playoffs winning the third
place final over Theta Delta Chi
30-22. In another slow game AE Pi
had less trouble. They led 15-7 at
the half-way mark and at one

point commanded a 26-12 lead. Ira
Yohalem paced the victors with
12 points and was followed by
Mark Comora with ten.
The other 'A' playoff was that
for fourth place, matching Al-
pha Sigma Phi with Phi Sigma
Delta, who eventually lost it 34-
27.
The score was tied at intermis-
sion with 12 apiece. Jeff Ferries'
18 points, however, carried the
Alpha Sigma Phi team to victory.
Charles, Stupsker was the hot

Corriere, Kellerman Unable To Compete
In NCAA Championships Due to Injuries,

man for Phi Sigma Delta and flip-
ped in 17 in the vain attempt to,
overcome the narrow lead built up
against his team.,
Theta Xi 'B' managed to beat
out a determined Alpha Tau Ome-
ga outfit 24-22 to win the second
place playoffs in the 'B' league.
Not until the very end of the
contest was a definite victor cer-
tain. The game was cautious and
each team played defensively.
All scoring was well-distributed
by both teams. Bob Costello was.

By PETE DiLORENZI
Michigan wrestling Coach Cliff
Keen announced yesterday after-
noon that Capt. Don Corriere and
Fritz Kellermann, the Wolverines'
two proposed entrants in the
NCAA Wrestling Tournament at
Stillwater on March 23, 24, and
25, have both suffered injuries
and will not be able to compete
in the tournament.
Both Are Champions
Both Corriere and Kellermann
are Big Ten champions-Corriere
at 167-lbs. and Kellermann at
137-lbs. Corriere was undefeated
in season competition.

Keen announced that both had
been injured several days ago but
it was only very recently that the
decision not to attend the NCAA's

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high for Theta Xi with eight. John
Enns led ATO with seven points
and several rebounds.
Tau Delta Phi trounced Alpha
Sigma Phi 36-17 in the fourth
place 'B' playoff. The game was
never close as Tau Delt took a 12-
5 lead at the half and won going
away,
Tau Delta Phi was paced by
Morris Shechtman, who tossed in
12. Al Cooke's nine was tops for
the losing Alpha Sigma Phi cage
crew.

Rugby Club Invites Novices,
To Attend Meeting Tonight

was reached.
Corriere's Back Injured
"Corriere hurt his back in prac-
tice, and although the X-rays
showed nothing broken,- he does
have a probable pulled cartilage
in his back.
"Kellermann was also hurt in
practice. He got a bad bump on
the head and was dizzy for a few
days. We don't like to fool around
with head injuries; so while we
were waiting to see if Fritz was
all right, Fritz got out of. shape,"
Keen explained.
"This will be one of the very
few times that Michigan has not
entered anyone in the NCAA's," he
added.
"We seldom enter a full team,
unless we feel we have a good
chance to win the team champion-
ship, but we do like to enter our
Big Ten champions and anyone
else we feel has a chance for an
individual title."
Keen Feels Bad

The Ann Arbor Rugby Club will
hold its organizational meeting1
tonight= at the PEM Building at
7:30.
The purpose of the meeting ist
to introduce the sport and the
club to interested students on cam-
pus who know little about thef
sport.
"We feel that there are many

people on campus who would be
eager to join the club and play
some rugby.but who have not
come out for the team either be-
cause they feel they wouldn't be
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enough," said Charles Dayton, "6f course, we all feel terrible
who is in charge of organization. about this. They are two outstand-
Eastern Trip Planned ing boys. Kellermann was a three-.
The team also plans to make time Big Ten champ. It's a shame
he couldn't add a national title to
arrangements for their upcoming that collection. If he'd have wres-
Eastern trip on which they will tied the way he did in the Big
play Princeton, Yale, Columbia, Tens in the nationals, I don't
and the New York Rugby Club. know who'd have beaten him."
,"Actually, rugby is a very easy
gametto learn. Most people can Corriere Had Competed
learn about it to play the first Corriere competed in last year's
time out. It is a wonderful game NCAA Tournament and finished
for the student who is not good in third place, winning the con-
enough for intercollegiate football solation final over Iowa State's
or hockey but who wants to play a Virgil Carr.
contact sport." Had the two entered the NCAA's,
"Rugby is also one of the most they would have been wrestling
sportsmanlike sports played today. their last match for Michigan. As
In how many other sports do the things stand presently, they both,
losers and the winners get to-. closed out their collegiate careers
gether after the game and have a in the Big Tens - by winning
party, no matter what the score?" ( championships.

WRESTLER DON CORRIERE-Shown here is Captain Don Cor-
riere who was slated to make the trip to the NCAA champion-
ships. Coach Cliff Keen decided against the trip when Corriere.
and Fritz Kellermann became injured.
$4 MILLION:
DeWitt Wants Redlegs

CINCINNATI (P)-President Bill
DeWitt of the Cincinnati Redlegs
said yesterday he had started ne-
gotiations to buy the National
League baseball champs.,
He said he had considered the
idea of buying the team since
taking over the general manager's
job Nov. 2, 1960.

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DeWitt said he would have
partners if the club ,were sold,
but said he couldn't name them
at this time.
The club's value has been esti-
mated at about $4 million, under
value of stock sold more than a
year ago by the former general
manager, Gabe Paul.
Since the death last year of
Powel' Crosley Jr., his majority
share in the club-'over 90 per cent
of the stock-has been owned by
the Crosley Foundation, a non-
profit organization created under
Crosley's will.
His daughter, Mrs. Stanley E.
Kess, is president of foundation
trustees.
His will also urged the trustees
to retain the team in Cincinnati,
as he had done using his own
funds when times were hard for
the Redlegs.
Stay in Cinci
DeWitt, here for a one-day visit
from spring training 'at Tampa,
Fla., said .that if he was successful
in purchasing the Reds, he would
keep them in Cincinnati.
DeWitt said he believed private-
ly that a charitable group like/the
Crosley Foundation should have
its investments in businesses less
subject to fluctuation than a base-
ball team.
Talks Already in Progress
He said the purchase talks have
been going on for a long time,
but are still in the primary stage.
There was no comment immne-
diately from Mrs. Kress.
However, former manager Paul,
now with the Cleveland Indians,
said last year:
"I happen to know Mr. Crosley
left {the Reds in such good shape
there should be no reason to sell
the club.
"It is on a solid financial basis,
and I see no danger to the future
of baseball in Cincinnati. The club
is in very good hands."
Exhibition Baseball
Cincinnati 14, Philadelphia 13
Chicago (A) 2, Los Angeles (N) 1 (12
inn.)
Kansas City 7, Milwaukee 1,
Minnesota 4, New York (N) 3
St. Louis 3, New York (A) 2 (14 Inn.)
Houston vs. Chicago (N), rain
San Francisco 14, Los Angeles (A) 3
Detroit 5, Baltimore 4
Boston 7, Cleveland 5
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