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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THUR
x Teams Crowned I-M Cage Champs
Splits in Title Tilts; Gomberg Takes 'A' Crown,
Win; Sig Eps Top 'B's Loses 'B' Finals to Huber
PETE DLORENZI By DAVE GOOD
The game was a neck-and-neck power began to pay dividends, re-
Alpha Epsilon "A" and duel throughout, the first half, Willie Stawski's layup and two suiting in a title for the Big Reds.
hi Epsilon B teams with SAE alead by one point, 27- free throws in the final two min- Tate finished up with 18 points
s respective champions 26, at the buzzer. For the first utes of play gave Gomberg a 36- including seven long jump shots,
fraternity action last few minutes of the second half, it 33 win over defending champion and Stawski had 13, 11 coming in
ie I-M Building's annual seemed that SAE would fold, but Reeves in last night's "A" Resi- the second half.
se. Honig and Bill Freehan combined I dence Halls finals.
the second consecutive to give SAE its nine-point lead. It was Stawski, the Big Reds' Huber 'B' 36, Gomberg 'B' 34
ship for the Sig Eps "B" From that point on, it was Jim burly center, who scored ten of Earlier in the evening, Huber Delicious Hamburgers
hey defeated SAE 45-36. Ward who managed to draw four his team's last 13 points to spark hung on in a see-saw second half Diag
aced both its "A" and personal fouls from the over-an- ..a second-half comeback from an to pull out a 36-34 squeaker over Hot Tasty French Fries.
8 in ,the finals, however, xious Fijs, converting all seven 18-15 halftime deficit. Gomberg in the "B" finals. y *
aged to gain the "A" throws to build his 13-point total. ; .Reeves' outside shooting, devas- Huber gained a 19-16 halftime Triple Thick
;hip, defeating Phi Gai- Dick Lyons was high for the tating in the first half, began to lead by picking off Gomberg's Thc
58-54. , Fijus with 14. He was followed by < cool off in the second stanza and court-length passes and stealing
' Dick Honig's 25 points Don Baron with 11, and Jim Burns _ -Dauy-Len Lofstrom Stawski and company swept the the ball in its own half of the
er game, SAE managed with ten.___________________
ead by nine points mid- Si- A WELL-TIMED LEAP - Bill Freehan, of SAE, leaps high to boards clean, taking the lead for court.
gh the second half and The "B championship game snare a rebound in last night s SAE-PGD social fraternity 'A' the first time at 28-26. Gobergcaeroaring b
e desperate Fijis into was, if anything, even better championship game, in action typical of the aggressive play at Stawski Ices Game first seven points of the hal to
g numerous fouls. This played than the "A" game. the annual Open House. . But when Ron Tate netted the rebounding strength and tip-
e winers hold on tO Employing a combination of three straight jump shots to pull ins of John Anderson and Ray ''
until the finish. superb outside shooting, precise )Tthe teams into a 32-32 tie, Staw- Enlow
passing, and devastating rebound- rust Stops Law Club s ski scored under the basket and Huber rallied from a 31-26 def
ing, the Big Eps displayed true t pflipped in two foul shots a mim- icit by outscoring Gomberg ten
Ats is' championship form in gaining ' i dute later to ice it for Gomberg. to three in the final six minutes.
their victory. R ocetsE arlyB urste In the first half, Reeves threat- After Enlow maneuvered his team
Team Effort t c e sE ry rt ened to make a runaway of it as. nfot3-3 ilCpi i
he victory was a team effort Tate popped in long jumpers and jump shot for Huber and Rog
rBy MARTY MEYERSON led a fast break attack to move Chatterson sunk a -free throw.
scored 22 of his team's 45 points. Reeves out in front 12-3 before Gomberg missed on its last shot, K
y "~ ~ When, early in'the second half, Trust squeaked by the Rockets, adCpi' lthrbudgv
the long, arching shots of Merullo,. 51-47, last night to win the In- Gomberg Cloes a Huber oion fouttl n the.
Jim Methven, and Dave Drury fel dependent League championship. B DN URES GmbrgC se G Huerposes neora tal n h
short of their marks, it was the Two minutes and thirty-five se- Superior depth and height en- Doug Bickle hit on three jump final seconds.
S CITY (A')} The Na- conds remained in the thriller abled the Law Club to managed to close the gap to three Chatterton finished with tent'.r
legiate Athletic Associa- when Dave Immonen of Trust Delta Phi, 53-45 in the profes- shots s to top the balanced Huber
rday urged lawmakers Coed Golfers sank a free throw, upping the sional fraternity championship last points at the whistle. Then, with attack. Tom Galloway scored ten
cement agencies to con- All coed golfers are invited to score to 51-47. The ball exchanged night. the teams playing evenly in the for Gomberg, while Enlow and
dzed gambling and act come to the Women's Golf Club hands several times before Dino The winners were paced by Jo second half, Gomberg's close-in Anderson netted nine each.
ly to stamp out the "des- organization meeting tonight at Sousanis hit a lay-up to make it Billy McDade's 16 points and the
aracters" who seek to 7:30 in the Women's Athletic 51-49. 13-point efforts of Dee Condie AT CORVALLIS:
ough the corruption of Building. Plans for club play The Rockets then grabbed a re- and guard Larry McCormick.
and the forthcoming National bound but Immonen came through Early Lead
tion's colleges and uni- Tournament will be made, again to steal the ball, and was the opening minutes Condie, Io urb MIVI'
athletic conferences and fouled in the act of shooting. a former a t nete trer 'Mmn
said Walter Byers, ex- excellent rebounding trio of Russ Luckily for the Rockets he missed quick baskets as the Law Club
Ur er ofpreauNoCAA, Ott, Jon Edwards, and Merolla both, giving them one last chaice quintck asetse LawixoClub
... who retained possession for the Last Shot first quintet sevenconeted attempts to onopen si a 14- r'k.,.
gainst point-shaving or Sig Eps. Dick McLaughlin grabbed the 12 lead that held up all the way.1Sleevet e
wing." Merullo was backed up by Drury,. ball and raced down court with six But the PhiD's managed to close
mne time that the NCAA who scored ten points, and Meth- seconds left, passing off to a the margin to seven points at the
g Congress to legislate ven, who scored seven. Joe Jones teammate whose forced shot just half, 31-24, behind the effective By TOM WEBBER hoAatttat, Oklahoma A&M, Le t ecton
alns e ga s, led SAE with 11 points. - missed at the final buzzer, shooting of ex-Wolverine captain It's barely two weeks since the tto our own exacting s
Hn, New York e i Brant Judd sparked the winners Pete Tillotson and 6'1" George Michigan wrestling team lost its Cach didl d look of distinction, These with comfort
rren saidg taednc I-M Summary with a hot hand in the first half Wells, a small college All-Ameri- Big Ten crown to Michigan State mits thatif he was taking a six
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cold be presentedto the sowina rare the risuts he as he drilled six jumpers from the can at Carleton three years ago. by the narrow margin of four man squad, he could outscore the oxford; blue, tan or grey. (B) Tab coll
ry starting April 4. pionships: circle. Winners Slacken points, and the two will start again Spartans, and possibly come close blue or bone. Also available in batiste o
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 64, Alpha Dick McLaughlin was the big The sharp shooting and clawing today. to te te e. Wi only fo or flax, 5.50; or in Dacron polyester a
'LAYOFFS:aPh Oega.Bta Theta P1 ci29, "gnfoth octsahea- zone used by the winners in the The new battleground is the men, however, Keen is just afterLA O F :le 4pitswt i cuae; or blue,8.0 All 14-13s sizes.
'LAYOFFS: hSigma Phi Epsilon 1 Delta Tau lied 14 points with his accurate first half slackened in the second friendly (and neutral) confines of individual titles. ,.50.
Delta 16, Theta Delta Chi 15, Phi jump shots, 12 In the first half. 20 minutes and at the 8:45 mark Oregon State University at Co- The last time Michigan coi-
f ~Kappa Psi 13, Phi sigma Delta 7, Teammate Bob, Hlostetter added of that period, the losers pulled vallis. The new occasion is the p Teat w ithefour-man qudows ~Y C ZT'
Ed ih ZeaPi4 sgaApa >u4 a eight by putting in four. jumpers within three points, 37-34, as the NCAA wrestling meet. at heWikestornmen, nd, ' iFIFTH."Li
Delta chi 2. from the key as the half ended 6'7" Tillotson hit a short jump One major difference is that Keen's men finished second on the
Diving-Dori Simmonds, Phi Delta with their team trailing, 30-29. shot. Michigan is sending only four men, strength of titles won Don Cor- 332 South
Ta yloint7h Residence Hal Although the pace was much However, baskets by McDade, Em- while the Spartans are sending a riere, Karl Fink, and Dennis Fitz- SdiiAnn Arbo
p.ngsv3 2 Theta.s y MciadeEm-.riebe
swimming meet with a den of 48 slower in the second half, Jerry met McCarthy, and two driving full ten-man squad. gerald
points; Gomberg was a close sec- Olson managed to score six im- layups by McCormack upped the One More Difference New York " White Plains .
The Associated Press - aond with 46. Following are tre re- portant baskets for Trust to lead lead to 11 points, a margin the Asg
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TO - Captain George 200-yd. Freestyle Relay-Taylor, his team to victory, ending with Law Club maintained until the difference that comes to the fore wig Ten champ Jim Blaker as adt-mC bg eH n
's goal at 4:51 of a se- Time-1:47.5; Diving-Norm Meeks, 16 points. Olson also contributed final minute of play. dpierne thcoestoth r Big Ten h a
Atime gave dams. Points-158.2; 220-yd. Medley heavily to the win with his vi- Nit one of the Big Ten rivals fourth. , ,he
perioodthevWelshHitslayisoepected tomcom2:lose;tootheciousrebounding__ashepulled__isexpected__tocome__closetothe
aple Leafs a 3-2 victory resy-omb , Tr-s. T' cious rebounding as he pulled The PhiD's Wells capped a fine team title. There are 152 reasons
Detroit Red Wings last -:24.8; 50-yd. Breasastroke-Craw- down 17. in addition to hindering performance, with four late bas- for this fact, beginning with Okla-
he opener of their best- ford, Allen-Rumsey. Time-:32.0; the Rockets defensively as his kets, and was high scorer with
ey Cup semifinal play- 50-yd. Backstroke-Judson Taylor. long arms batted down seven of 20 points. Tillotson, held to three
Time-:29.0; 10-yd Freestyle-Bw
ler, Taylor. Time-:57.9; 50-yd. But- their shots. field goals in the initial half, endedr*
oung put the Red Wings terfly-Kimball, Taylor. Time - The Rockets, on the other hand, 'up with 18 markers and came out The Spring Collegiate
-1 at 1:46 of the third :26.7; 200yd Freestyle-Kimball, had a balanced attack with every even with McDade, the ex-Bradley Hairstyles are here t
Taylor. Time-2 :24.0;. 100-yd. mdi-r er
id Ron Stewart's goal vidual Medley-Thomas, Gomberg. man scoring, but no man had great, in the rebound department
nt the game into over- Time-1:11.5. more than two field goals in the as the two centers each pulled Try our
David Torak of Beta Theta P1 decisive ' second half. Hostetter, down 14.
Spion, 2- i nenumber one sin dhigh-scorer McLaughlin, also Thus for the second year in a finest, newest styles
is 121, Los Angeles 106 gies match of social fraternity the top rebounders, were unable row, the PhiD's have lost in the
UIS - The St. Louis paddleball. to supply them with the final finals, having been nipped in triple The Dascola Barbers
rlayed a 66-point burst Gomberg won sidence hail punch that they needed to upend overtime last year,by M. C. Burton near Michigan Theatre.GE YOUR YAC
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