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October 28, 1962 - Image 14

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Celts Still To Lose

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By The Associated Press
TORONTO - The New York
Rangers, carried defensively by
goalie Gump Worsley and with a
two-goal barrage by Jean Ratelle,
defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs
5-1 last night.
Worsley stopped 32 shots by the
Leafs, who missed the net and shot
into his pads on several other
Rod Gilbert, Bronco Horvath
and Andy Bathgate scored the
other New York goals as the Leafs
suffered their first defeat of the
season on home ice.
Toronto held the edge for the
first half of the game and it seem-
ed only a matter of time until they
would get to Worsley until Ratelle
suddenly put New York into a 1-0
lead at 8:53 of the second period.
* * *
BOSTON-The Boston Celtics
took over their familiar perch atop
the National Basketball Associa-
tion's Eastern Division standings
last night as they topped the Syra-
cuse Nationals, 118-98.
It was the first loss for Syra-
cuse in four starts while Boston
remained undefeated in three
Boston's vaunted bench gradu-
ally wore down the Nats in a rough
and ragged contest.
The Celtics scoring was well di-
vided with Tom Sanders, Sam
Jones, Tom Heinsohn and Bill
Russell leaders at 17 points apiece.
Also a major factor was Rus-
sell's 35 rebounds.
The two clubs battled on even
terms for most of the first half.
The lead changed hands 14 times
and Boston led only 44-42 when
Russell returned after a brief rest.
** *
CHICAGO-The San Francisco
Warriors were forced into an over-
time for the second consecutive
night but outscored the Chicago
Zephyrs 13-10 in the extra period
for a 129-126 National Basketball
Association triumph last night.

It was the third straight victory
for the Warriors, who are unde-
feated in the Western Division of
the league.
Chicago, which lost its fourth
game in six starts, had almost run
out of gas when a fourth quarter
spurt led by Terry Dischinger and
Walt Bellamy sparked the Zephyrs..
They went into a 116-116 tie on a
basket by Johnny Cox, sending
the game into overtime.
San Francisco's Al Attles and
Wilt Chamberlain, however, proved
too much for Chicago, Attles had
two baskets and a free throw and
Chamberlain two baskets and a
free throw into the overtime per-
Chamberlain led all scorers with
46 points. Bellamy was high for
Chicago with 29.
ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis
Hawks blew a 16-point lead but
rode the fourth quarter clutch
shooting of Bob Pettit and John
Barnhill to a 115-109 victory over
the New York Knickerbockers last
The Knicks recovered from an
early deficit to take a 103-101 lead
with 5:11 left to play, but Barn-
hill hit four baskets within 90 sec-
onds and put St. Louis ahead 109-
105 with 3:29 remaining.

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. . . mish mosh

Even with cold weather, Home-
coming '62, Sing Along with Mich,
clipped along at a fast pace and
filled this weekend with exciting
Beginning with elephant races
on Friday and culminating with
dances last night, students gave
up their studies and participated
in a weekend of fun and enter-
tainment. Alumni came home for
the festivities and joined in the
Although the elephant races
were marred by the fact that the
animals did not come on time,
three races were run. Students
cheered their favorites on and
raced across the fie"d with the
lumbering elephants. The twist
contest in the same afternoon
drew about 100 couples who vi-
brated to the music of the Road-
runners Band.
Yell, Cheer
The pep rally was brightened
up by two things: the bonfire
with 'Minn' burning in the cen-
ter and the Michigan Marching
Band. Students and alums yelled
and jumped around with the
cheerleaders both to urge the team
on and keep warm.
Early yesterday morning weary,
sleepless students presented to
the public their original creations.
Displays dotted the campus and
each housing unit hoped that its
would win.
Along the way, people dropped
in at Sigma Alpha Epsilon to take
a pre-game view of what football
is really like. SAE and Phi Delta
Theta played the President's fav-
orite game there.
Tug-of -War
Busy people who were interest-
ed in seeing all then trooped off
to Island Park to see Gomberg
and Taylor Houses vie for the tug-
of-war championship. And then
back to the Diag to see the St.
Bernard Chariot Race.
Of course, then there was the
-main purpose of the whole week-
end-the chance to watch the real
football game. The band alumni
put on their traditional show and
as usual the band outdid itself in
the halftime show.
After the game around again to
catch all of the displays missed in
the morning. The Fhi Psi Le Mans
go cart race pulled a large crowd,
as did the Phi Psi's offer of do-
nuts and cider. A quick jaunt over
to Theta Delta Chi and a chance
to meet J. Fred Lawton, author
of "Varsity."
Two Dances
The final events of the weekend
were the appearance of Bob New-
hart, noted comedian. At the end
of his performance, students re-
treated, to the Union where there
were two dances in progress.


-Daily-Todd Pierce
TICK TOCK-Alpha Xi Delta's metronome took first place in the sorority division in the display con-
test. "Victor Valiant in Four Quarter Time" depicted a metronome counting out the beat to Mich-
igan songs. The displays had to conform to the theme "Sing Along with Mich." All totaled 64 hous-
ing units participated in the display contest.


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... fairest of all

Minnesota 17, Michigan 0
Ohio State 14, Wisconsin 7
Northwestern 35, Notre Dame 6
Purdue 26, Iowa 3
Michigan State 26, Indiana 8
Southern California 28, Illinois 16
Boston College 14, Houston 0
Dartmouth 24, Harvard 6
Navy 32, Pittsburgh 9
Colgate 14, Yale 14
Duke 21, North Carolina State 14
Kentucky 7, Georgia 7
Maryland 13, South Carolina 11
Missouri 21, Iowa State 6
Miami (Fla.) 21, Air Force 3
Penn State 23, California 21
Oregon State 51, West Virginia 22
Oregon 21, Washington 21
LSU 23, Florida 0
Texas A & M 6, Baylor 3
Syracuse 30, Holy Cross 20
Columbia 22, Lehigh 15
Army 14, George Washington 0
Bowling Green 24, Miami (Ohio) 24
Kansas 36, Oklahoma State 17
Georgia Tech 42, Tulane 12
North Carolina 23, Wake Forest 14
Tennessee 48, Chattanooga 14
Southern Methodist 14, Texas Tech 0
Nebraska 31, Colorado 6
Stanford 17, UCLA 7
Boston Univ. 20, Massachusetts 6
Auburn 17, Clemson 14
Rutgers 12, Penn 7
Ohio University 41, Buffalo 6
Rhode Island 12, Brown 12
Florida State 20, Virginia Tech 7
Cornell 35, Princeton 34
Virginia 34, Davidson 7
VMI 6, William & Mary 0
Delaware 34, Connecticut 0
Memphis State 28, Mississippi State 0
Eastern Michigan 14, E. Illinois 0
Furman 33, The Citadel 25
Oklahoma 47, Kansas State 0
Alabama 35, Tulsa 6
Wyoming 28, Colorado State 7
Utah State 27, Brigham Young 21
Utah 25, Idaho 21
Texas 14, Rice 14
Arkansas 47, Hardin-Simmons 6 -

The Daily Photography Staff

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-Daily-Ed Lange
BROWN JUG-The Wolverines lost another chance to recover the Little Brown
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-Daily-James Keson
TWIST AGAIN-The winners of the twist contest perform for
the audience. In spite of the weather coats were removed and
twisters filled the track around Ferry Field. Finalists were chosen
from the entire group and then the winning couple was selected
from the remaining 20 couples.



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