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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MARCH 22,1962

THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY. MARCH 22. 1982

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-M Night Decides Cage Champs

I-M SWIM CHAMPIONSHIPS:
Sigma Chi, Huber Win Firsts

1

rvma Chi W.
At DU's Tali

By MIKE BLOCK
and STAN KUKLA
Sigma Chi downed Alpha Tau
Dmega 53-44 last night in a high-
pirited basketball game, and
valked off with the social frater-
alty 'A' basketball crown.
However, in a previous intra-
nural contest, Sigma Chi's 'B'
quad lost their game and the
irst place championship to Delta
Jpsilon 'B', 46-35.
In what was a tight battle al-
most all the way, Sigma Chi 'A'
ook advantage of its greater
ieight to control the ball and
he boards. Springing from a 28-
4 halftime lead, the new champs
aptalized on an ATO cold streak
ind crept to a 41-33 advantage
it the three-quarter mark.
ATO Comes Back
ATO, however, urged on by a
ociferous group of rooters on the
idelines, moved back in the
ame. Tightening up their defense
ER D UMs
P
PEK, 61-33,
In Pro Final
By TOM ROLAND
Tau Epsilon Rho's bucket bri-
'ade-tall timber under the boards
nd out-court hotshots-teamed up
ast night to out-hustle and out
hoot Phi Epsilon Kappa in the
rofesional fraternity basketball
inals, 61-33.
TER snatched up an early 9-2
ead, and the winners were never
ireatened. While Phi Ep bolstered
.p its defense to cope with the
ieights of TER's up-court duo of
oe McDade and DeLyle Condie,
uards Si Coleman and Ira Jaffe
oured home two-pointers from
hie outside.
Big Halftime Lead
The out-court scoring duet
aced TER to a 30-12 halftime
Pad.
PEK, playing minus the services
f Scott Maentz, couldn't get the
d off the basket until the second
alf, and then it was too little too
te. Tau Ep stretched the margin
o'50-25 at the end of the third
uarter andythen coasted home
or the victory.
As soon as Phi Ep set out to halt
ER's out-court aerial bombard-
aent, the big men went into ac-
Lo under the boards. It was
ondie, former Utah star, who
ountered PEK with three quick
u kets midway through the third
starter to throw. the cog into any
'hi Ep come-back scheme.
Conie Scores 20
Condie threw home 20 points
or the evening, topping both
eams. Coleman was next with 16.
McDade, TER center, kept the
'inners' offensive machine rolling
ith some niffty rebounding under
oth offensive and defensive
oards. The former Bradley cager
etted seven points.
Phi Epsilon Kappa had to throw
11 its hopes on gunner Gary Mc-
itt and playmaker Tom Kerr. The
wo scored four of PEK's six
uckets in the first half, and in
he final tally the duo accounted
or 26 of Phi Ep's 33 points.

gins 'A' Title
ie B'Crown
in the final period, the ATO's
cut the deficit down to 44-42. They
got control of the ball again but
couldn't get the tying basket and
never got the chance again.
Sigma Chi's Bill Dodd then drib-
bled the length of the court and
sank a basket which upped the
count to 46-42.
The winners were never in trou-
ble thereafter. They slowed down
the action whenever they got their
hands on the ball, and forced ATO
to foul them. The resultant char-
ity shots enabled them to insure
their victory with a 51-42 lead.
Townsend, Dodd High
Sigma Chi's big man, John
Townsend continually mystified
his opponents with a sort of back-
hand hook shot and accounted for,
15 points. He was tied for scor-,
ing honors with teammate Dodd.
Dave Molhoek and Bill Newcomb
led ATO with 13 and 11, respec-
tively.
The game started evenly, with
the teams tied at 16-all just be-
fore Sigma Chi went ahead to
stay. Tempers flared momentarily
in the beginning of the second
half, as members of both teams
hit the hardwood for a loose ball
and came up swinging. Order was
restored immediately, . however,
and there was no further incident.

DU's Cop 'B' Crown
Paced by Larry Morawa's 12
points in the second half, Delta
Upsilon pulled away from an 18-
17 halftime margin to defeat Sig-
ma Chi 46-35 for the first-place
'B' championships.
Delta Upsilon scored seven
straight points in the opening min-
utes of the second half and at
the end of the third quarter held
a comfortable 37-25 margin.
The scoring outbreak was trig-
gered by Morawa with his tip-ins
and Gary Phipps, who showed
amazing accuracy from 25 feet.
Phipps tossed in a couple before
Sigma Chi could organize its de-
fense.
. Morawa Leads Scorers
Morawa and Phipps were also
the game's two high-scorers, with
13 and 12 points, respectively.
Phipps not only starred on of-
fense but also on defense where
he was teamed at guard with
Steve Richey. The pair hampered
the Sigma Chi offense by repeat-
edly stealing the ball.
With five minutes left to play,
Phipps and Richey took it upon
themselves to stall the game. Sig-
ma, Chi was unable to curb the
tactics and DeltaUpsilon sailed
home.
Get One Rebound
Two minutes later, Sigma Chi
got the ball on one of the few
rebounds that Morawa missed, but
managed only three shots in the
remaining minutes. They made
two and out-scored Delta Upsilon
for the only time in the game, 10-
9.
Sigma Chi, who did not have
a man in double figures, was led
by John Marcum, with seven
points, John Yanz, six, and Tom
Mott, five. Three players, Doug
Schmidt, Wayne Sparkman, and
Bart Hazelton, tossed in four
points apiece.
Helping out Delta Upsilon's
high-scoring duo were Bill Kerr
with seven, Richey and Larry Pe-
trowski, six, and Mike Shirley,
two.

'ZN

-Daily-Bruce Taylor
ALMOST-ATO's Harvey Chapman can't quite get the ball away
as Sigma Chi's defense (Bill Dodd, in particular) stops the shot
in I-M final cage action last night. That's John Townsend fol-
lowing up the rear. Sigma Chi won the game and the social fra-
ternity championship.
Gomberg, Kelsey
W in Residence Titles

By GEORGE WHITE
and MIKE COHN
On the strength of its rebound-
ing and accuracy from the floor,
Gomberg defeated Huber to win
its second straight 'A' Residence
Hall Championship, 67-49.
In the Residence 'B' Champion-
ship game, Kelsey defeated Reeves
33-18.
%The Gomberg five rolled on the
big shoulders of Bill Stawski and
Ron McCleasse in their victory
over a sluggish Huber crew.
Tough To Beat
McCleasse and Stawski formed a
boardsweeping team that was
tough to beat. In addition to stif-
ling Hubber's offense the Stawski-
McCleasse twosome poured in al-
most half of the Big Red's 67
point total.
Four Advance
In State Prep
Championships
By The Associated Press
Mighty Saginaw slipped past
Muskegon last night to rumble in-
to the semi-finals of the Class A
division of the Michigan high
school basketball tournament.
The Trojans, top-ranked in the
class and undefeated, eked out a
65-63 victory over gl tough Mus-
kegon club.
Detroit Pershing upset Detroit
Eastern 58-53 and will meet Sag-
inaw Friday in the semi-finals.
Benton Harbor downed Dear-
born 88-62 and plays Detroit
Northwestern in the semi-finals.
Northwestern nipped Pontiac Cen-
tral 46-43.
CLASS B
East Grand Rapids 73, Mason 50
Ludington 64, Escanaba Holy
Name 62
Northville 57, Elkton-Pigeon-
Bayport 55
River Rouge 66, Redford St.
Mary 40
CLASS C
Grosse Pointe St. Paul 67, Sebe-
waing 57
Houghton 70, Frankfort 53
Kalamazoo Christian 47, Detroit
All Saints 43
Muskegon Christian 58, Jackson
St. Mary 54
CLASS D
Brimley 46, Champion 41
Flint St. Matthew 74, Potterville
51
Lawrence 59, Britton 57
Suttons Bay 57, Beal City 49

Trailing at the half, 33-24, Hu-
ber attempted to correct the mis-
takes that put it as much as 12
points down, namely more effec-
tive work on the boards and a
stickier defense.
Huber's star forward, Richard
Horning, didn't seem to be up to
his usual shooting potential, hit-
ting a chilly 4 of 15 shots from
the floor. Picking up the slack for
Huber were Roger Chatterton and
Rich Monroe who dumped in 12
and 18 points, respectively. Un-
fortunately, this couldn't negate
the total of the six Gomberg men
who cracked double figures, Staw-
ski high with 18. The Big Red
cause wasn't hindered any by
polished foul shooting, dropping in
13-14 from the charity line.
Ironically enough, the game
ended like Gomberg's triumph
over Reeves last year, with Staw-
ski shooting two foul shots, only
this year, there wasn't as much
pressure.
Kelsey Wins 'B' Title
Kelsey proved to be just too
strong for Reeves in the 'B' cham-
pionship game, winning a low-
scoring battle, 33-18.
Captain Joe Pulliam, a quick
play-making guard, sparked Kel-
sey to an early lead and his team
was never seriously challenged
after the second quarter. Kelsey's
Dave Seamon, the game's top
scorer, dumped in nine of his 13
points in the first half to push
Kelsey to a 15-6 halftime margin.
Reeves Doesn't Quit
Reeves refused to quit, how-
ever, and narrowed the margin to
five points early in the second
half with a pair of quick baskets.
Mel Anthony, a good three inches
shorter than Kelsey's big front
line, tried to keep Reeves inrthe
game with some tenacious re-
bounding. He couldn't d r i v e
through Kelsey's rugged defense,
though, and managed only five
points.
Kelsey used a full-court pressing
defense throughout and forced
Reeves into many costly errors.
Pulliam did the most damage for
the winners by making it a prac-
tice of stealing the ball in the
Reeves backcourt.
Jackier Adds 11
Larry Jackier aided Kelsey's
cause with 11 points, but also turn-
ed in a sparkling defensive game.
Rounding out the scoring for the
'B' champs were Pulliam with
three, and Terry Dolan and Bill
Beck with four each.

Trust Takes
Independenit
Title in Rout
By BOB ZWINCK
The 1962 Independent Basket-
ball Champion is Trust-via a 67-
39 rout of Fletcher Hall.
Fletcher Hall jumped into an
early 12-7 lead, but turned cold
late in the first quarter and Trust
had a 15-12 margin at the end
of the first period.
With Joel Boyden controlling
the boards and using an effective
fast break, Trust expanded their
margin to 33-23 at the half. Ted
Wasson, Jerry Fullmer, and Rich
Mattias all scored eight first-half
points to spark the leaders.
Fletcher Hall did narrow the
gap midway through the second
quarter with some effective screen
shots, two each by Jim DeSpain
and Tom Hoaglund, but couldn't
get close enough.
Play Gets Faster
Third period play was consid-
erably faster than that of the
first half, but the chief result was
many long shots and numerous
errors by both teams. Nevertheless,
Trust again had the edge, outscor-
ing their opponents 11-7 and built
a 44-30 budge.
Trust really gave it the gas in
the last period, scoring 23 points.
Miscues Court
Fletcher Hall tried desperately
to come from behind, but almost
every miscue was turned into a
fast break or a ball theft by their
alert opponents.
There were three big scorers for
Trust who garnered a total of 43
points. Fullmer was top with 16,
while Mattias and- Wasson added
14 and 13, respectively.
. Fletcher Hall scoring was more
evenly distributed among its start-
ers. Larry Goldsmith led with
eight, and Earl Meyers, DeSpain,
and Hoagland each tossed in sev-
en.
Lehigh Begins
Challenge for
Wrestling Title
STILLWATER, Okla. (P)-Okla-
homa State opens defense of its
NCAA wrestling title today with
the strongest challenge expected
to come from Eastern Champion
Lehigh.
The Cowboys, who have notch-
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previous NCAA meets, ripped
through 12 dual matches this sea-
son to run their string to 35
straight.
Lehigh also won 12 straight
duals this season and crowned six
individual champions in the East-
ern Championships while Oklaho-
ma State was winning the same
number of individual titles in the
Big Eight Conference Tournament.
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placed first in their respective di-
visions last night in the fraternity
and residence hall swimming
meets at the I-M Open House.
Sigma Chi scored 681/ points in
passing by runnerup Sigma Alpha
Epsilon which finished with a
score of 49. Huber ran away from
the rest of the field. The closest
to them was Hinsdale with 35.
Huber copped three first places,
one each in the 50-yd. breast

Warriors Play
Nats in Final
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of a five-game Eastern Division
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National Basketball Association.
Detroit has already won the
Western Division semi-finals with
a deciding victory over Cincinnati
on Tuesday night.
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New York (A) 13, Philadelphia 10
St. Louis 2, Chicago (A) 0
Chicago (N) 2, Cleveland 0
Houston 8, Boston 7
Los Angeles (A) 16, San Francisco 3
Kansas City 2, Washington 1
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stroke, won by Forrest Cole, the
200-yard freestyle relay, the 50-
yard freestyle won by Pete Faul.
Alpha Tau Omega finished third
in the fraternity division with
32%, followed by Beta Theta Pi,
25, and Phi Delta Theta with 23.
Followin gthe aeffi iBKeSimw
Following Hinsdale, which also

notched three first places in the
residence hall meet, were Gomberg
and Wenley tied for third with 31,
Taylor with 26, Adams with 23,
Michigan and Strauss with 13, and
Scott, 8.
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