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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Divers

Spur

M'

Swim

Chances

Jaco, Cox Qualify in Diving;
Burry, Uhler Place in 1500

THIRD STRAIGHT WIN:
SAE's Cop Track Title;
Sig Ep's Finish Second

SGN UP NOW... at Union Student Offices
for more information, call NO 2-4431

By BILL BULLARD
Special To The Daily
COLUMBUS-Michigan divers
Ron Jaco and Pete Cox qualified
for the NCAA one meter spring-
board diving final last night to
spur the Wolverines' hopes of a
national team championship.
All three favorites for the title
--Michigan, Ohio State, and
Southern California, did well in
yesterday's two events. Southern
California led eight teams whieh
scored points yesterday with 17
points. Ohio State had seven, Den-
ver and Cincinnati had five each,
and defending champion Michi-
gan scored four.
Leading Others
Jaco was leading all the others
after the first of four preliminary
dives. His total was six points
above Buckeye Lou Vitucci's score.
Cox was in fourth place just be-
low John Vogel of Purdue.
Vitucci edged into first place
over Jaco by .15 of a point after
the three semifinal dives. Another
Ohio Stater, Juan Botella, slipped
into fourth place and pushed Cox
down to fifth. All eight divers that
qualified for the finals will do
four dives in the finals tonight to
determine the top six places.
Burry Fourth
Michigan placed Roy Burry
fourth and Warren Uhler sixth
in the 1,500 meter freestyle. This
earned four points for the Wolver-
ines but Southern Cal had three
swimmers in the finals for a total
of 13 points. Murray Rose of USC
won the event in 17:26.7, almost
five seconds slower than his win-
ning time at the 1961 NCAA meet
which set an American record.
Dennis Rounsavelle was third and
Brian Foss was fifth for Southern
California. Cincinnati's Gary Hein-
rich placed second, 15.6 seconds
behind Rose.
Opening Day
1500 METER FREESTYLE-I. Mur-
ray Rose (USC) 17:26.7; 2. Gary
Heinrich (Cin) 17:42.3; 3. John Den-
nis Rounsavelle (USC) 17:43.7; 4. Roy
Burry (M) 17:48.2; 5. Brian Foss
(USC) 17:50.5; 6. Warren Uhler (M)
17 :51.4.
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY--
1. Marty Mull (OSU) 2:02.3; 2. Jack
Kelso (Den) 2:02.4; 3. John House
(USC) 2:04; 4. John Springle (Har),
2:04.9; 5. John Day (Okla) 2:06;
6. Bill Wood (MSU) 2:06.4. (Record,
betters 2:02.9 by Kelso in 1961 at
Seattle, Wash.).
ONE METER DIVING SEMIFINAL
-1. Vitucci (OSU) 240.40; 2. Jaco
(M) 240.25; 3. Vogel (Pur) 239.30;
4. Botella (OSU) 226.65; 5. Cox (M)
216.40; 6. Beavers (Tex) 209.85; 7.
McBride (Fla) 206.85; 8. Beininger
(Wash) 206.35.
TEAM STANDINGS-1. Southern
California, 17; 2. Ohio State, 8; 3.
Denver and Cincinnati, 5 (tie); 5.
Michigan, 4; 6. Harvard, 3; 7. Okla-
homa, 2; 8. Michigan State, 1.

John Dumont and Tom Dudley
did not finish high enough to win
points but their times were in the
top 12. Dumont was seventh and
Dudley 11th in the preliminaries.
Ohio State's Marty Mull came
from several feet behind 1961 in-
dividual medley champion Jack
Kelso of Denver ini the freestyle
race to beat Kelso for place by .1
second. His time of 2:02.3 is a
record for a NCAA meet. The old
record was 2:02.9, set by Kelso at
the 1961 meet. USC junior John
House's time of 2:04.0 placed him
third.

By JERRY KALISH
Sigma Alpha Epsilon sped to the
IM social fraternity indoor track
championship last night in Yost
Fieldhouse for the third consecu-
tive year.
With three individual event win-
ners, the SAE's rolled up 22%
points, while second place Sigma
Phi Epsilon managed 18% points
sharing one individual event ti-
tle.
Phi Gamma Delta, fourth place
finisher with 14 points, had two

PETE COX
.. in diving finals

NBA, NHL PLAYOFFS:
Canadians Down. Hawks, 4,-
Pistons Upset Lakers, 118-117

By The Associated Press v
MONTREAL - Storming from
behind with three goals in the
last nine minutes, the Montreal
Canadiens took a 2-0 lead over
Chicago in their Stanley Cup semi-
final playoff last night by defeat-
hig the Blackhawks 4-3.
The teams now move into Chi-
cago for the third and fourth
games in the best-of-seven series
Sunday and Tuesday.
The Canadiens, five-time Na-
tional Hockey League champions
who were eliminated by the Black-
hawks in the semifinals last sea-
son, won the opener 2-1 and
poured it on in tonight's game
against the defending Stanley Cup
champions.
Hawks Leading
With Chicago leading 3-1 mid-
way of the third period on two
goals by blonde bombshell Bobby
Hull and one by Stan. Mikita, the
Canadiens began swarming around
goalie Glen Hall in the Black-
hawks' net.
Dickie Moore, who wound- up
with two goals and an assist, found
the range first, beating Hall at
11:04 on assists from Billy Hicke
and Bernie (Boom Boom) Geof-
frion. Moore then assisted as Jean
Guy Talbot tied it at 12:45, de-
flecting Moore's 40 - footer past
Hall.
Less than two minutes later at
14:05, Claude Provost clicked for
the winner on assists from Phil
Goyette and J. C. Tremblay.
* * .*
Take Second Straight
TORONTO-The Toronto Maple
Leafs swept into a 2-0 lead over
New York in their semifinal Stan-
ley Cup playoff series last night,
beating the Rangers 2-1 on goals
by George Armstrong and Bobby.
Pulford.
The best of seven series now
switches toy New York for the next
two games-Sunday and Tuesday.
Won Series Opener
The Leafs, who finished second
in the regular National Hockey
Leag'ie-21 points ahead of the
fourth place Rangers, had won the

series opener 4-2 here Tuesday
night in a loosely played game.
Play was much improved last
night but the old Ranger jinx at
Toronto continued. The loss was
New York's ninth straight on Tor-
onto ice this season and the 19th
without a victory at Toronto over
two seasons.
Gets Second
Pulford, getting his second goal
of the series, scored the winher
at 18:08 of the second period. Bob
Bob Nevin's long drive was blocked
by Ranger goalie Gump Worsley
but the rebound landed near Pul-
ford, who flipped it into the net
over Worsley's shoulder.
Hull, who tied a league record
by scoring 50 goals during the
regular season,,gave the Hawks a
3-1 lead at 5:15 of the third period
with his second goal. He had
opened the scoring with a 30-
footer that got by Montreal
Exhibition Baseball
Kansas City 6, Washington 1
Chicago (A) 11, Pittsburgh 5
Milwaukee 6, New York (N) 2
Minnesota 7, Detroit 4
Cincinnati 15, Philadelphia 6
Los Angeles (N) 5, New York (A) 4
Boston 4, San Francisco 2
Chicago (N) 7, Houston 5
Baltimore 7, St. Louis 2
Los Angeles (A) 7, Cleveland 4

masked goalie Jacques Plante at
5:26 of the first period.
Moore knotted it at 15:10 of the
stanza. "
Detroit Recovers
DETROIT--The Detroit Pistons
fighting for dear life, staved off
elimination in the National Bas-
ketball Assocaition's Western Di-
vision final playoffs last night with
a 118-117 victory over the Los An-
geles Lakers.
The Lakers still lead the best-
of-seven series 3-1 and the teams
will return to Los Angeles for the
fifth game tomorrow night.
Bench strength won it for the
Pistons with reserves John Egan,
Bob Ferry, and Willie Jopes play-
ing large roles. They offset the
Lakers' one-two punch of Elgin
Baylor and Jerry West.
Scored 45
Baylor scored 45 points and
West 41.
The two Lakers almost pulled it
out in the final quarter, after the
Pistons led by 6 points with 59
seconds left.
West and Baylor scored all but
one of Los Angeles's 31 points in
the final period.
Detroit never trailed after the
first quarter, but the Pistons'
largest lead was only nine points
midway through the fourth period.

individual champs, and narrowly
beat out fifth place Alpha Tau
Omega who had 13 points. Delta
Upsilon was next with 9 points.
Three Firsts
Joe Jones, George Ginger, and
Don Streigal took first places in
their events for SAE.
Jones, second baseman on the
varsity baseball team, sped to vic-
tory in the 60-yd. dash with a
time of :06.9. Another varsity ath-
lete basketball player Ginger
jumped 21'%" to take the broad
jump. Streigal, the third SA,
broke the old shot put record of
45'2", when he took that event
with a heave of 45'3%".
Phi Gam's double event winners
were John Pahl and Mike Sand-
strom. Pahl won the mile running
it in 4:57.6 and Sandstrom nip-
ped the tape at :56.5 in the 440
yd, dash.
Shared High Jump
Jack Rasaleigh of Sigma Phi
Epsilon shared, the high jump
championship with Art Barnett of
Alpha Epsilon Pi and Wally Knox
of SigmasUpsilon. The winning
height was 51111.
In the 880-yd. run Jim Mur-
ray's time of 2:21.7 gave ATO an
individual event winner, while
Jeff Smith of Theta Xi won the
65-yd. high hurdles with a time
of :08.5. In the remaining event
Delta Tau Delta's Rich Gavral
pole vaulted 11'2" to cop first
place honors.
Lawmakers
Upset Over
Cage Tickets
By RICK HARRAH
Special To The Daily
LANSING -- Two "annoyed"
state senators, Harry R. Litowich
(R-Benton Harber) and Clarence
F. Graebner (R-Saginaw) have
requested a special investigation
of the ticket sales for the Michi-
gan High School Basketball
Tournament at Michigan State
University last weekend.
Litowich complained that some
500 ticketholders were turned
away from the semi-final game at'
Jenison Fieldhouse 'last Friday,
and tickets for Saturday's game,
which saw Benton Harbor go down
to defeat, 69-58, were "equally
scarce."
Senator 'Irritated'
The GOP senator said that it
"irritated" him "to think of people
coming all the way to East Lan-
sing and then not get in. Some-
thing strange certainly must be
going on."
The Litowich-Graebner resolu-
tion, which was referred to the
Senate Business Committee, call-
ed the tournament "a major busi-
ness operation," intimated that "in
some instances, injuries to par-
ticular areas or schools may have
resulted" from improper alloca-
tion of tickets.
On Reserve
Charles E. Forsythe, director of
the Michigan State High School
Athletic Association, however, said
his organization planned to put
all tickets for semi-final games
on a reserved basis next year.
The tickets for the final games
are given to the high schools and
they handle their own distribu-
tion, he said.
"That won't help disappointed
ticket-holders," Litowich retorted.
"The whole business stinks."
Ingo To Try
For Comeback
LONDON M P) - Former World
Heavyweight Champion Ingemar

Johansson of Sweden signed yes-
terday to fight Dick Richardson,
European heavy king, this sum-
mer.m
The title bout probably will be
staged in Goteborg, Sweden, June
17.
The fight is part of JohansAon's
comeback bid. He knocked out Joe
Bygraves of Jamaica Feb. 9, in
Goteborg, in his first bout after his
knockout at the hands of Cham-
pion Floyd Patterson in March
last year.

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Orders SWC Fix Probe'

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AUSTIN (M)-The House Inves-
tigating. Committee ordered the
Texas Department of Public Safe-
ty yesterday to launch a full scale
investigation of reports of game
fixing in Southwest Conference
basketball.
Following an eight-hour hear-
ing, committee chairman Rep.
Charles Ballman said, "Based on
information presented today, the
committee felt it warranted a con-
tinuation of the investigation be-

cause of the serious nature of the
allegations.
"The Department of Public
Safety has been instructed to pro-
ceed immediately with a full scale3
investigation."
Ballman also said his commit-
teg would hold another hearinga
"as soon as additional informa-
tion is obtained and constructive
results can be obtained."
Ballman's statement also said
that representatives of the confer-
ence and its member schools "dis-
closed the information known to
them and extended their fullest
cooperation to the committee."
A parade of top conference of-
ficials, coaches and Department of
Public Safety personnel appeared
before the committee in its day-
long secret session.
The investigation was sparked
by New York sports columnist
Gene Roswell, who wrote that
Eastern gamblers "are having
headaches with the hoop shenani-
gans reportedly coming out-of the
Southwest Conference ... The
point spreads on SWC games move
like water and most books won't
carry their action."
Roswell said rumor had it that'
referees, not players, were involv-
ed.

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