THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, MARCH 21.
THE iWICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY. MARCH 21.
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igma Phi Epsilon Downs
lpha Tau Omega, 55-43
By GARY WINER
Sigma Phi Epsilon almost made
it a complete rout in Social Fra-
ternity "A" basketball finals last
night, by defeating Alpha Tau
Dennis Sofiak of SPE lead all
scorers with 19 points while team-
mate Jack Rashleigh chipped in
17. Dave Molhoek and Harvey
Chapman led the losers with 12
and 11 markers, respectively.
Superior rebounding by the Sig
Ep quintet, especially by Dave
Liddle, made the difference. On
more than one occasion the win-
ners had two or three men all
alone under the boards fighting
for the ball amongst themselves
as the ATO squad could only
Sigma Phi jumped to a quick
4-2 lead on basket's by Bob Gow-
dy and Sofiak. ATO's Bob Hunt
knotted the score at 4-4 and then
an exchange of baskets made it
6-6. Rashleigh then dumped in
the first of his total and SPE
never trailed after that.
Playing under a handicap of
having only five players in uni-
form, ATO exhibited a weak of-
fense in the first half as the fast-
breaking Sig Ep squad took ad-
vantage of the situation.
With the score 10-8, ATO
switched to a zone defense, but
SPE greeted the change with a
fast barrage of baskets to make
the score 19-10 at the quarter.
The second quarter was merely
a repeat of the first as the ATO
basket seemed to have a, lid on
it. Molhoek pumped in ten points
by the half, but the eventual los-
ers found themselves trailing by
a 31-18 count at intermission.
ATO trailed by as much as 20,
points three times in the third
quarter. With the score 41-21
late in this period, they finally
began to find the range.
Chapman, who had been unable
to score in the first half, hit on
some of his long outside jumpers
as ATO closed the gap to 43-27
as the contest entered the final
Sigma Phi Epsilon, however,
failed to buckle under the con-
tinued surge by ATO in the fourth
quarter and walked away with the
"A" title.. SPE's coach, Doug Her-
ner, cleared his bench with two
Dodgers Dodge Sports
In the independent basketball
title contest last night, the Draft
Dodgers outlasted the Sports-
John Wiley, Dave Kroll, and
Pete Patterson led the winners
with 12, 11 and 11 points respec-
tively as the Dodgers lengthened
their 20-19 halftime lead. The
Sportsmen's John Jones paced the
field with 16 tallies for the eve-
Huber 66, Kelsey 46
Huber 36, Reeves 29
Williams 7, Strauss 4
Sigma Phi Epsilon 55,
Alpha Tau Omega 43
Delta Upsilon 37,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 17
Sigma Chi 39
Alpha Tau Omega 31
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 30
(tie) Phi Gamma Delta
Alpha Delta Phi 25
SAE WINS 'B':
Huber Wains Crowns
' In 'A', 'B' Basketball
Sigma Chi, Williams Sweep
By PERRY HOOD with James Lawrence's 100.9.
A total of eight records were Hinsdale finished fifth, followed
shattered last night as -Sigma Chi by Allen-Rumsey.
and Williams House swept to vic- More Spectacular
tories in their respective divisions The fraternity division saw
in the I-M swimmin gchampion- much more spectacular diving
skill in the person of Tom Oster-
ships, land of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Os-
In the residence hall division, terland tallied a remarkable
Williams' 200-yd. medley relay 216.3 points in winning the title.
team of Fred Jardon, Robert Mark Roseman of Sigma Alpha
Gross, Doug Westerkamp, and Mu was no competition, but cop-
Ron Bastian set a new I-M record ped second with 148.6 points,
of 1:56.6. A new 200-yd. free- trailed by Jack Forester of Zeta
style record was set by Tom Mack Psi with 79.3.
of Van Tyne with a time of 2:15.2 Between the residence hall and
Mack also set a new cecord of fraternity swimming meets a div-
24.3 in the 50-yd. freestyle event ing exhibition was presented by
Van Tyne copped another record members of the varsity diving
in the 50-yd. backstroke with team. The exhibition included a
Dave Wilber turning in a time of session of clown antics, in addi-
29.7. Fred Eurich of Hinsdale set tion to the team's usual fine per-
a record of 26.5 in the 50-yd. formance on the one-meter board.
butterfly.The last event of the evening
Point-wise, Williams cleaned up in the pool was the residence hall
with 61, followed by Van Tynein ter polo tite atchinchich
with 46, Hinsdale 37, Adams 23, Williams house amainchalk d up
and Wenley 14 for fifth place. ' Wlamsiose again chaup
ATO Rcorda championship, whipping Strauss
ATO Record house 7-4.
Alpha Tau Omega's 200-yd.
freestyle relay team swept to a l
new record of 1:42.9 in the fra- Exhibition
ternity division. Angie Deluca of
ATO set a new mark of 2:10.8 in Baseball
the 200-yd. freestyle event, and
Bob Shaefer of Phi Gamma Delta St. Louis 4, Baltimore 3
set a record of 26.2 seconds in the Cincinnati 6, Minnesota 5
50-yd. butterfly. New York (A) 18, Washington 3
Sigma Chi won the meet and Chicago (A) 7, Philadelphia 5
Pittsburgh 4, Detroit 0
title for the second year in a row New York (N) 4. Los Angeles (N) 3
with a score of 39 points. Alpha Boston 5; Cleveland 2
Tau Omega was second with 31, Los Angeles (A) 2, Chicago (N) 1
followed by Sigma Alpha Epsilon Houston 16, San Francisco 12 (13 inn)
with 30, Phi Gamma Delta and
Alpha Delta Psi tied for fourth
with 25 each, and Beta Theta Pi It's Complete
was. fifth with 20.
Earlier, in the residence hall Barber Servicesr!
diving competition, Carl Cronk of Try one of our:
Anderson turned in a first for his SHAVES and HAIRCUTS
house with a point total of 135.1. SCALP and FACIAL
Second place was tied down by TREATMENTS
teammate Rodger Winn with 115.7 Shoe Shines Available
points. Adams house had a close THE DASCOLA BARBERS
third in Alan Adaschik with 111.5,
while Williams chalked up fourth near Michigan Theater
B'NAI BRITH HILLEL FOUNDATION
TOMORROW, MARCH 22, SABBATH SERVICE at 1:30
FOLLOWED at 8:30 by DIALOGUE No. 2, of "WHAT
WE MEAN BY THE JUDAEO-CHRISTIAN HERITAGE"1
Theme;Sources and Values of the Good Life
Guild House-The Rev. J. Edgar Edwards and students
Hillel-Dr. Herman Jacobs and students
G ives Leaf s First.,
By MARK BENDER
Huber House captured the Res-
idence Hall "B" basketball cham-
pionship last night in a fast-mov-
ing battle with Reeves House by
a 36-29 tally.
Superior speed and capable ball-
handling allowed the Huber five
to overcome the taller Reeves men
whose average height is 6'3".
The losers started off in fine
fashion, drawing first blood and
extending their lead to six points
by the middle of the first quar-
ter. Their early flourish soon fal-
tei ed, however, as the speedy vr
t rs began to click. By the end
of the hectic first quarter, Huber
had made up its deficit and gone
on to lead 14-11.
The victors continued to play
a fine game, capitalizing on sev-
eral Reeves errors and stretching
their lead to 28-19 by the begin-
ning of the final quarter. The
game appeared all but sewn-up
when the tmderdogs, led by
sharpshooting Bill Dornbos and
John Bollick, began rapidly clos-
ing the gap.
Huber Takes 'A,
Huber House had a battle on
its hands for half a game, but
put on a surge in the second-half
and swept to a 66-46 victory over
Kelsey House to win the Residence
Hall "A" basketball champion-
It was the second victory of the
night for Huber House. The "B"
defeated Reeves house for the
crown earlier in the evening.
Jack Clancy was the high scorer
for the victorious Hubers, dump-
ing in 16 points. His effort was
eclipsed, however, by Pat McCleer
of Kelsey; McCleer finished with
19 for the night.
SAE Dumps DU
In the finals of the Fraternity
"B" basketball tournament, Delta'
Upsilon failed to defend its last
year's championship, bowing be-
fore a powerful Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon five 37-17.
It was a one-sided affair from
the start as DU suffered contin-
uously from loose ball handling
and haphazard shooting. This
factor, plus the superior speed
and height of its opponent, creat-
ed a hopeless situation for Delta
Although outclassed, the losers
fought fiercely, producing a rough
and tumble contest in which both
teams emphasized the defensive.'
The result was a game low in
scoring (only three points were
scored in the third quarter) but
rich in excitement.
n - I
By The Associated Press
TORONTO-Dave Keon scored
his second goal of the game with
8 seconds to go last night, giving
the Toronto Maple Leafs a 3-3 tie
with Montreal and their first Na-
tional Hockey League champion-
ship in 15 years.
With Toronto goaltender Don
Simmons out of the net in the
last minute of play, and some
fans on their way out of the
rink, the pint-sized center beat
Montreal netminder Jacques
Plante from a scramble.
Only seconds before the Ca-
nadiens Dickie Moore had missed
scoring by inches, his shot hit-
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (5 -
Minnesota's Steve Jackman and
Indiana's Chet Jastremski low-
ered American records last night
in successfully defending their Na-
tional A.A.U. men's indoor swim-
The only Michigan tanker to
reach the finals was diver Pete
The 21-year-old Jastremski and
Dick' McGeagh, a Southern Cali-
fornia. freshman, hit the finish
line in the 200-yd. individual med-
lay as though they were twins.
Each was timed in '1:58.5, but
the judges ruled Jastremski the
winner. He broke his own mark of
1:59.4 set last, year.
Jackman, the Big Ten champ
and a 21-year-old senior from
Rochester, Minn.. beat Yale's
Steve Clark by about three feet
in the 100-yd. freestyle. His time
of :46.5 shattered Clark's :46.8
scored two years ago.
The record smashing show in
Yale's 25-yd; pool got the four-
day meet off exactly the way ex-
perts had predicted.
ting the side of the vacant goal.
The tie brought Toronto's point
total to 82, four more than Chi-
cago and Montreal, tied for second,
and each with two games to go.
While either of the contenders
possibly could match the Leaf's
total points, they cannot catch
Toronto in total 'victories, thus
clinching the title for Toronto and
breaking Montreal's five - year
In other NHL action, the New
York Rangers, led by Andy Bath-
gate's three assists, beat the Bos-
ton Bruin's, 5-1. The three points
moved Bathgate to within three
points of league leading Gordie
Hawks Take One
ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis
Hawks dug themselves out of an
early 16-point hole and defeated
the Detroit Pistons 118-99 in the
.opener of the National Basket-
ball Association's Western Divi-
sion semifinal playoff series last
The second game of the best-of-
5 set will be played in St. Louis
Rival Oklahoma State
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By The Associated Press
KENT, Ohio - Three defending
champions, a former title-holder,
seven runners-up and four third-
place finishers highlight the glit-
tering field in the 33rd annual
NCAA Wrestling Championships
Oklahoma State shoots for its
third straight title and eighth
crown in 10 years. Only its arch-
rival, Oklahoma, has broken the
Cowboys' grip in the last decade.
The Sooners won in 1957 and
Oklahoma has two of the de-
fending titlists, Mickey Martin at
130 lbs. and Wayne Baughman at
191. Army's Mike Natpig holds
the 147-lb. crown.
Entries from last week's na-
tional college division champion-
ship pushed the starting fiell to
287 wrestlers from 62 schools. This
is the first time the top four win-
ners in the small college class
have advanced into the showcase
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