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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MSU THREATENS SUPREMACY:
Matmen Train for Big Ten Meet

Cage Contests

By DON BURNESS
Gamma Delta and Sigma
silon posted important vic-
in last night's social (rater-

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fending "B" champions Sig-,
?hi Epsilon turned back Chi,
72-26, as five scorers netted
le figures for the winners.
Merrulo and Dave Drury
led in with 14 points apiece
were ably supported by Don
eleven.
Fast Break
ma Phi Epsilon frequently
dyed the fast break to ad-
age, and in the second half
ed in 41 points.
another key game, Phi Gam-
)elta remained undefeated in
nly "A" encounter played, by
superior height and accurate
shots by Harold Barron to
Delta Kappa Epsilon, 52-35.
n Locke controlled the back-
ds and contributed fifteen
s to lead all scorers. Barron's
outside jump shots plus a
shot gave him eleven points.
Paces Losers
n Linclau paced the losers
fourteen points, and his
ting kept Delta Kappa Epsilon
he game for the first ten
ites.
Ltz Perneman hit for thirteen

points, and eight players scored
over five points in Sigma Chi's
easy 64-4 win over Tau Epsilon
Phi, while Chi psi, down 12-8 at
the half, rallied to nip Lambda
Chi Alpha, 26-25. Three players
each counted six points in erasing
the deficit.
Other Scores
SOCIAL FRATERNITY "B"
Zeta Psi 32, Delta Sigma Phi 16
Psi Upsilon 31, P1 Lambda Phi 29
Sigma Alpha Mu 26, Alpha Epsilon Pi
20
Kappa Sigma 28, Phi Sigma Delta 22
Alpha Tau Omega 33, Theta Xi 32
Theta Delta Chi 43, Phi Kappa Sigma
24
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 39, Phi Delta
Theta 36
Theta Chi 30, Phi Sigma Kappa 19
Beta Theta Pi 37, Zeta Beta Tau 25
Sigma Nu 25, Tau Delta Phi 23
PhiGamma Delta 70, Alpha Delta Phi
20
Phi Kappa Tau 23, Alpha Sigma Phi
16
Delta Tan Delta over Delta Chi (for-
feit)
Phi Kappa Psi over Tau Kappa Epsi-
lon (forfeit)
Acacia over Delta Upsilon (forfeit)
Huber Champs
Huber's table tennis team de-
feated Chicago, 5-0, last night to
win its second Residence Hall I-M
championship in the last three
years.

By JIM BERGER
"The tumult and the shouting
is over," and the Michigan wrest-
ling squad's dreams of an un-
defeated season have vanished.
Michigan State made history re-
peat itself for the second season
in a row, by blasting Wolverine
hopes for a perfect slate, Monday.
Last year on Feb. 28, the Wol-
verines and the Spartans, both
undefeated in dual conference
competition, met at East Lansing,
and State cut the Michigan grap-
plers down.
Wolverines Turn Tables
However, in the Big Ten meet,
on March 5, the Wolverines turn-
ed the tables, amassed 65 points,.
as compared to Iowa's 50, and
Michigan State's 37.
Besides Monday's 20-16 victory
over the Wolverines, the contend-
ing Spartans completely over-
whelmed Iowa last Saturday, 31=3.
"Michigan State is just not that
good; Iowa must have been down,"
said Michigan wrestling coach
Cliff Keen, in evaluating the Spar-
tan's defeat of the Hawkeyes.
In spite of the loss to MSU, the

Michigan matmen had some
bright spots in their last
meets,

real
two

Jim Blaker, last year's Big Ten
champ at 147-lbs., won both his
matches. Blaker has had an up
and down year, and Keen was
very pleased with his two per-
formances.
Although Willard Root lost
against MSU, the 115-pounder
seemed to come to life against
Iowa and Northwestern.
Root Won First
Against the Hawkeyes, Root won
his first match of the year, and
even more, he shut out his op-
ponent, 5-0. Saturday Root pin-
ned his opponent at 0:54.
'He's come a long way," said
Keen in commenting on Root, who
for two meets added a little pep
to the squad's season-long weak
spot.
Keen, looking toward the im-
portant Big Ten meet, fears ser-
ious competition from three other
teams: MSU, Iowa, and Illinois.
"They've got some rugged boys,"

said Keen in describing the Illi- 'em for all we're worth," he said,
nois squad, which has won all summing up the spirit of his team
its conference meets this year. fighting to retain its crown against
"It'll be tough, but we'll battle title-hungry opponents,

OUCH-Michigan's Jim Blaker (on
macing in pain as he applies a leg
Aing match.

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SCHINGER STILL TOPS!
Statistics Establish Cole
Among Big Ten Leaders

By JOHN SCOCHIN
i'ake way for ,Tom Cole!
[his saying echoed by Wolverine
s, comes as a result of the
est Big Ten basketball statistics,
eased yesterday, which place
tall sophomore among the top
scorers and top 10 rebounders
the conference.
['hough not even a starter at the
st of the- season, the surging
ward has notched several 20
s performances to offset his
r output at the start of the
'son'
Eighth Rebounder
Cole is currently scoring at a
2 per game pace and his 94
ounds place him eighth in the
g Ten in that department.
)ccupying the number nine
ition in the scoring race is
low Wolverine John Tidwell. In
newhat of a slump recently,
e M' captain still is averaging
9 tallies a game due to his fine
,y at the start of the season.
Lthe Terry Dischinger, the
rdue production line, sails
>ng at the head of the confer'-
ce scorers with a 26.7 average.
th 134 rebounds, the versatile
" Olympian also ranks third

other assets, however, as he leads
in rebounding with 175, a 15.9
average; in field goals with 112 to
Dischinger's 94; and in field goal
accuracy with a nifty .650 per-
centage.
Walt Bellamy's 141 rebounds
put his second to Lucas in that
field, but the Indiana kingpin's
number three position in scoring
is being challenged by two other
hoopsters.
Iowa is now the conference's top
defensive unit, allowing their foes
a nere 60 tallies per contest,
(holding Michigan to 46) while
Indiana is the new rebounding
pace setter with 51 grabs per
outing.
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ucas and Walt Bellamy, while his
1.9 per cent accuracy on foul
lots keeps him tops in that de-
artment.
Lucas Trails
Trailing a few spaces behind
ischinger In scoring is Ohio
tate's wonder boy Lucas, who
as dropped in an average of 25.5
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Michigan's ski team placed third
the recent Michigan Intercol-
iate Ski Championships at Nubs
b, in Harbor Springs.
Michigan Tech won with 94
.nts, followed by Northern Mich-
n with 91.4 while Michigan had
B. Flint Jr. College was fourth,
'ris Institute fifth, and Michi-
n State last.
Michigan skiers were Doug De-
ung, John Laird, Harold Pari-
:, and Captain John Spolyar,
members of the sponsoring
LR ski club.
NHL Standings
W L T Pts. GF GA
[ontreal 33 16 9 75 212 160
oronto 33 17 9 75 199 152
'hicago 24 21 14 62 162 154
etroit 21 23 13 55 159 172
few York 19 31 9 47 170 203
oston 12 34 12 36 145 206
YESTERDAY'S GAME
iew York 4, Chicago 2

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,' Check' These Features

" Discuss fraternities with fraternity
representatives from each house.
" Have your questions answered.
" Learn about rush procedure.

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asketball Scores
NBA
Lelphia 132, Cincinnati 131
t 123, New York 117
a at Los Angeles (Inc.)
COLLEGE
s State 81, Kansas 63
1 75, Louisville 67
e 104, Lafayette 86
a 94, Xavier 71

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