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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1963

THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20,1903

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AT OPEN HOUSE:
M TContest
Basketball Crowns

By PERRY HOOD
The Intramural Sports Building
will hold its 32nd annual open
house tonight, from 6:30 to 10:00
p.m., winding up the intramural
basketball season.
The most important events of
the evening are the basketball
championships. At 6:30, Reeves
House and Huber House meet in
the residence hall "B" final. At the
same time, Delta Upsilon takes on
Sigma Alpha Epsilon in the frater-
nity "B" contest.
The "A" championships begin at
7:45. Sigma Phi Epsilon plays Al-
pha Tau Omega, and in the in-
dependent title contest, the Draft
Dodgers meet the Sportsmen.
At 9:00 Huber House and Kel-
sey House battle for the residence
hall championship, while Nu Sig-
ma Nu clashes with the Misfits in
the Professional Fraternity cham-
pionship match.
While the basketball games are
in progress, the intramural pool
will be the scene of other action.
The all-campus diving champion-
ships take place at 6:30, with
clown and exhibition diving fol-.
lowing.
At 7:30 begins the swimming
program, with the residence hall
championships first, followed by
the fraternity title events. The res-
idence hall final water polo game
between Strauss and Williams
Houses will be held at 9:00.

Adding to the varied program
will be the all-campus gymnastics
championships, a boxing exhibi-
tion by the University Boxing Club,
a judo exhibition, and the resi-
dence hall and fraternity title
matches in paddleball.
A special feature of the night's
activities will be an exhibition of
spaceball, a game recently intro-
duced on campus, at 8:00.
Fair Sex
Drops Rugby
Battle to Men
LONDON (P)-Yesterday was a
dark day for the British male.
At last, girls have played real
tackling football against men. The
gals lost but the score was not too
bad-15 points to 24.
The players were from London
University's Westfield College.
The game was played in pour-
ing rain and on a muddy field.
Despite the appalling conditions,
the girls insisted on playing.
The game was arranged after
the girls earlier pasted the men
2 to 0 in a field hockey match.
One of the defeated male players
said: "Hockey, yes, but they
wouldn't stand a chance playing
us at rugby."
"We gave the boys a tough
time," said mud-covered Julia An-
sell. "I don't think any of them
would describe us as weaklings
after this."
Tony Ballsbridge, who scored
all of the points for the boys, said
"It was the hardest game I ever
played, and I play rugby every
Saturday."
Every time he ran with the ball
he was set upon by a swarm of
girls. They tore his shirt to shreds
and they ripped the threads off his
back.
The gals wore gaily colored
sweaters with jeans. Some wore
sweaters and shorts.
Neither the boys. nor the girls
wore any padding. Headgears or
shoulder pads.
The men did play under a dis-
advantage, however.
By agreement, they used only
eight men to 15 girls. And the
only really rough tackling was
done by the girls.

By JIM BERGER
Fresh from its 11th Big Ten ti-
tle, Michigan's wrestling team
heads for bigger and better things
as they leave today for Kent,
Ohio and the NCAA Champion-
ships.
The three day meet starts to-
morrow and the finals will be held
Saturday.
Coach Cliff Keen is taking a 10-
man team in an effort to cop the
national crown. The Wolverines
won the Big Ten title a little more
than a week ago at Evanston, when
they outpointed second-place Iowa,
52-42.
Two More Men
Keen will take all eight of his'
Big Ten crew plus the additions of
Ralph Bahna who will wrestle at
123-lbs. and Joe Arcure who will
wrestle at 177-lbs.
Carl Rhodes, who took his sec-
ond straight Big Ten third place
at 123-lbs. will move down to 115-
lbs. Sophomore Dave Dozeman,
who was consolation winner at
130-lbs. will go at the same weight
in the nationals.
Gary Wilcox, Michigan's 137-
pounder, will wrestle at this weight
in the nationals. Lee Deitrick, an-
other of Michigan's top sopho-
mores, will go at 147-lbs. Deitrick
was second in the Big Tens at this
weight.
Barden at 191-Lbs.
Rick Bay, Big Ten 157-lb. cham-
pion, will go at this weight, as
will Chris Stowell, fourth place
winner at 177-lbs. Big Ten heavy-
weight champion Jack Barden will
wrestle at 191-lbs. while Bob Spaly
will go at heavyweight. Spaly was
eliminated at 177-lbs. in the Big
Tens.
Keen sees Oklahoma State and
Oklahoma, perennially the nation's
two top teams, as the teams to
beat. Other top teams are Syra-
cuse, Eastern Collegiate ch'im-
pions, as well as Lehigh and Pitts-
burgh, two other leading Eastern
teams.
Keen also sees Iowa State, Iowa,
and Southern Illinois as leading
contenders for the national ;nat
crown.
Cinderella Story
Michigan's season has been sort
of a cinderella story. Despite start-
ing with a team of mostly sopho-

mores, Michigan went through its
Big Ten dual meet season unde-
feated. In fact, the Wolverines
didn't have a really close dual
meet. Iowa, defending Big Ten
champions were the team to beat
in the Conference Meet, and
Keen's crew had the champion-
ships won before a Michigan man
was stepped out to wrestle in the
finals.
Michigan's only defeat all sea-
son was in the first dual meet to
Penn State, a team that's not even
in contention for the NCAA title
according to Keen.
Stole the Show
In last year's National Cham-
pionships at Stillwater, Okla., the
two Oklahoma teams stole the
show. Oklahoma State, the win-
ner, amassed 82 points while Okla-
homa scored 45. Oklahoma State
crowned three national champions
and three second-place winners, as
well as one third-place winner.
Oklahoma took three firsts.
Iowa was third in last year's
nationals with 34 points, followed
by Lehigh, last year's Eastern
champions with 27. The other tep
teams, were Iowa State with 23;
and Pittsburgh, Southern Illinois,
and Wisconsin with 19 each.
Michigan did not compete in
last year's NCAA meet.
Additional Weights
The two additional weights that
are used in the NCAA's--115-lbs.
and 191-lbs.-were tried on an ex-
perimental basis for one season in
the Big Ten three years ago. How-
ever, the Big Ten coaches voted to
drop the additional weights as
they found the eight-weight sys-
tem more desirable.
SCORES
NIT QUARTERFINALS
Marquette 84, St. Louis 49
Providence 106, Miami (Fla) 96
EXHIBITION BASEBALL
Detroit 8, Los Angeles (N) 3
St. Louis 7, New York (N) 3
Kansas city 9, New York (A) 5
Cincinnati 5, Minnesota 4
B~altimore 4, Chicago (A) 3
Milwaukee 7, Pittsburgh 6
Chicago (N) 3, San Francisco 2
Cleveland 13, Houston 3
Los Angeles (A) 5, Boston 1

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Red Wingys
Post Wints
By The Associated Press
SYRACUSE-The Syracuse Na-
tionals grabbed, the opening game
of the Eastern Division semifinal
playoffs in the National Basket-
ball Association with a 123-120
victory over the Cincinnati Royals
last night.
With Hal Greer leading the way
with 32 points, 23 of them in the
second half, the Nats battled back
CHICAGO - The Detroit Red
Wings all but killed the Chicago
Black Hawks hopes for capturing
the National Hockey League title
by pounding the Hawks 5-1 last
night in the. final regular season
game.
Norm Ullman paced the bris-
tling Detroit attack with two goals
while league scoring leader Gordie
Howe added his 36th goal of the
year and an assist. Howe now
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47 assists for 83 points.
Detroit led only 2-1 going into
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