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WARRIORS, HAWKS WIN IN NBA GAMES:
Ohio State, Detroit Still Undefeated in College Ranks

By The Associated Press

finals were Sigma Alpha Epsilon
23, and Delta Tau Delta, 20. In the
residence hall race, Allen-Rumsey
and Kelsey were tied for second
with 13 points each.
Five Titles
In the fraternity division, Sigma
Ch'i claimed five individual cham-
pionships. Tom Sellers won the
130-pound division by a decision.
Bob Furlong took the 137-pound
title with a decision. '
The 167-pound crown was
claimed by Bill Tasch with a pin.
John Hallenbeck and Lee Boysell
a n n e x e d the 177-pound and
heavyweight championships re-
spectively - both on decisions.
In the rest of the fraternity
matches, there was only one pin.
It gave Mike Toth the 123-pound
title for Phi Sigma. Kappa. Don
McNeal of Phi Gamma Delta won
the 157-pound division on a deci-
sion.
Collins Wins
The only win for last year's
champion Sigma Alpha Epsilon
was that of Dick Collins who took
the 147-pound championship on
a decision.
In the residence hall division,
Gomberg placed two men in the.
finals of both the 123-pound and
177-pound contest to gain most of
their points. Jim Gambell won the
former with a pin and Dick Szy-
manski duplicated this in the oth-
er bout. Duane Thomas won the
167-pound title for the Big Red
with a pin. This retained for
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Gomberg the championship it won
last year.
The rest of the bouts were won
by falls with the exception of the
decision in favor of Winchell's
Dennis Buckholtz in the 137-
pound class. Reuben Thornfelt
won the 130-pound division for
Hinsdale.
David Dickey of Allen-Rumsey
won the 147-pound championship.
Strauss's David Brazier took the
157-pound crown. In the heavy-
weight division, Lee Hall of Wil-
liams was declared champion.
In I-M dual swimming meet
semi-finals, Taylor, Williams, Phi
Gamma Delta and Sigma Alpha
Epsilon were victorious.
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ST. LOUIS - Unbeaten Ohio
State handed St. Louis its first
defeat last night, 81-74, with big
sophomore Jerry Lucas hitting 30
points under the boards and Larry
Siegfried contributing deadly 22,
point shooting from the outside.
The 6'9" Lucas dominated the
rebounds completely after St.
Louis' 6'10"; 270-pound Bob Nord-
mann fouled out with 9:57 left and
the Buckeyes in front, 61-56.
Going into the contest the Buck-
eyes were rated fourth in the na-
tion and the Billikens seventh.
NEW YORK -- The University
of Detroit, utilizing its speed and
height to good advantage, over-
powered Iona, 85-67, at Madison
Square Garden last night.

The sharp-shooting Titans led
all the way in ,winning their third
straight game while handing the
New Rochelle Gaels their first set-
back in three starts.
Dave DeBusschere, a 6'5" sopho-
more, and 5'8" Ray Albee sparked
Detroit with 24 and 20 points
respectively. DeBusschere also
snared 21 rebounds.
PHILADELPHIA - Wilt Chain-
berlain, in spite of an injured left

foot, hit for 34 points last "night
and led the Philadelphia Warriors
to a 121-112 triumph over the Cin-
cinnati Royals.
The Warriors substituted freely,
resting Chamberlain a number of
times during the- contest. But the
towering 7'1" rookie still managed
to combine jump shots and dunks
to lead the Warriors to the easy
victory.
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PHILADELPHIA - Rookie Bob

Ferry and veteran Cliff Hagan
sparked the St. Louis Hawks to a
129-111 victory over the Detroit
Pistons here last night.
Piston backcourt man Chuck
Noble suffered a broken left hand
during the game.

College Scores
Western Kentucky 78, Seton Hal
Louisville 75, Eastern Kentucky
Vanderbilt 82, Rice 72

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Don McKenney scored one of
the six Boston goals last night
as the Bruins whipped Toronto,
6-3, in a NHL contest.

ACROSS
1. Chorus girl
8. Opposite of a
seeker
13. Part of an
airplane wing
14. Almost remote
way to act
16. Likes blondes
better, for
instance
16. Come all the
way upto Kool's
Menthol -
17. Shape of
diamonds or
tones
18. These boats
take guts
20. This can be
constricting
21. Sleepy gas
23. Gin.
24. Wrist operation
27. Dig it all-well,
almost all
29. Guy in "Guys
an d Dolls"
81. Take out, but
not on a date
32. Meanwhile,
back at the
Latinclass
34. Proboscissed
85. Thunderbird's
Papa
36. A kind of walk
38. Little Florida
89. It used to come
before plane
40. This is legal
42. A lot of sailor
44. This is how
Bardot comes in
45. __,._de France
46. Classroom
resting places
47. Kools are the
refreshing -.,

DOWN
1. Li'l Abner's
creator
2. What this gun
is for
3. Genus of olives
4. Kool's Menthol
Magic leaves
you more....,...
S. Cockney way of
saying 2 Down
6. Cold hand at
bridge?
T. Followed Sue?
a. They hang ou
to skirts
9. - - little
teapot
10. Mouthfuls of
frankfurter?
11. Bleach
12. Remembered-
her phone
number?
19. Kind of iron
22. Them-..hills
23. Venus' home
town
24. Cried in a
ladylike way
25. Oil from wool
for your hair
26. Magnetizes men
28. Mr. Autry
80. Kools have a
a3. Pop tune of
the 20's
87. Time for a
change? Smoke
$9. Roscoe
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jerk
43. Alpha's last
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