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Wenley Captures

West Quad. Basketball Title

iMeets Vaughn
In Dormitory
Title Cage Tilt


I-MV Matmen Given Last Weig'h-in Notice

Mis-Fits Cop
League Title;
Newman Win


Batesole High Scorer
In Court Semi-Fina
Wenley House took the West
quad basketball championship
and qualified for the residence
halls 'A' finals by beating W-
chell, 19-13, Monday night.
Vaughan defeated Greene House
24-22 for the other playoff spot
and the East Quad title, but this
game was protested by Greene on
a technicality.
The final decision on the out-
some of this contest has not been
yet made.
3atesole Paces Weney
Dick Batesole led the Wenley
eam to victory with 7 points in a
game which showed both teams
)laying below par. Other partici-
oating members of the Wenley
,quad were Russ Sessions, Jack
Bryant, Al Maslin, and Bob Web-
er. Winchell's team was made up
of Don Briggs, Pete Palmer, Ko-
can, Freddie K6ehn, and Kelly.
Leading Vaughan House to its
"up-in-the-air" victory were Al
Jokela and Phil Jakeway with 7
ooints each. Wallace Simmons,
Ray Kenyon, and Roger Demeritt
rounded out Vaughan's starting
Baker Tops Greene
Will Baker had 8 markers to top
the scoring of Greene House. Oth-
er players contributing points for
Greene were Pete Lashmet, Bob
Hartman, Hal Pink, Al Neef, and
Dick Roush.
This Monday night second.
Third, and fourth places in the res-
idence halls 'a' tournament will be
decided at the Sports Bldg. with
Adams meeting Hayden, Allen
Rumsey vs. Colley, and Williams
vs. Hinsdale respectively. The first
place championship in the 'B' bas-
ketball dorm competition will be
decided when Michigan meets
Hinsdale also Monday night.
Center Finale
Set Saturday
Turks, Arabs Clash
On 1--1 Hardwood
The highly favored Turks will
battle the Arabs, and the Euro-
peans will take on the Chinese in
the finale of the International
Center basketball tournament Sat-
urday, March 13.
The Turks, as yet undefeated,
have rolled up convincing scores
against all their opponents and
will be shooting for their second
straight International Center title,
having already taken the volley
ball championship. The Turks had
trouble edging the Europeans 19
to 13. Tiverios, the Turkish star,
was the whole show in this game as
he piled up 13 points, and he is
expected to be a mainstay in the
championship playoffs.
Algis Grinius, who scored 6
points against the Turks, will be'
the big gun for the Europeans in
their game with the Chinese. How-'
ever, the Chinese can effectively
counter with Arthur Young, who
contributed 15 points to his team's
37 to 8 defeat of the Indians.
Strikers Out Front
In Boing, Con test
The Strikers again have first1
place to themselves in the All-{
Campus Bowling League as they
defeated the Gamma Deltas 3 to 1
while the Dales were tying theI
Wild Men, dropping the latter tot
second place.
The Dales gave the Wild Men aI

better match than expected evenI
though Ed Isaac, of the Wild Men,I
set a new season's high game, 268.
The Dales took the third game and
totals after the Wild Men had tak-
en the first two games.
The Spares made good use of a
16 pin spot to hand the Turkeys a
heartbreaking 4 to 0 defeat and
move into third place.
Presenting.. . z
Cum Laude

Deadline, G p.m. today!
That's the latest time for you
wrestlers to weigh-in at the In-r
tramural Building if you want to
compete in the All-Campus
Wrestling Tournament.c
Preliminaries of the matf
classic will start at 7:30 p.m.l
tonight, according to hank
Lasch of the I.-M sports staff.
Thus it is advisable for all
entries to o-me in early to
facilitate weight pairings at
least a couple of hours before
the matches begin.

Tomorrow night, two prelim-
inary boxing bouts in the 145
pound bracket will be held. Lee
Setomer has pitted Paul Starkle
against Dick Rutenik in the,
opener. The second bout will
find Morgon Ramsey trading
punches with. Jim Edberg.
Semi-finals of the fistic
tourney are scheduled for
Tuesday night, but the wres-
tii- prelim tonight will he
the only eliination inatrhes
before the final meet at the
1-M Open House.

According to Intramural re-
ports at 8:30, last night, only 14
matmen had weighed-in up to
that point. With that small turn-
out, Earl Riskey, director of the
I-M program, decided it would
be best to keep the entries open
one more day in order to assure
those who hadn't known about
the deadline a chance to sneak
in under the wire.
Tie following is the list of
wrestlers who have signed up:

MCF Coaps Independent
Relav Run; Frat Swiii Starts

Michigan Christian Fellowship
ran away with the Independent
track relay title as they were
clocked in 1:47 for the 880 yard
The quartet was composed of
John Hunt, Bruce Clark, Bob War-
burton, and anchor man Harold
Synder. Snapping the tape behind
them were the Mis-fit and New-
man Club relayers, respectively.
* * *
Alpha Sigma Phi entered the
semi-finals in the Fraternity
Bowling Tournament lower brack-
et, when they downed a fighting
Beta Theta Pi team 2405-2342.
George Wolfe rolled a 532 series
With Sigma Chi and Pi Lamba
Phi clinching semi-finals positions,'
Fraternity paddleball neared the
championship matches.
Sigma Chi won its position by
scouring last year's champions,
Chi Psi, in a quarterfinals tilt 3-0.
Pi Lamba Phi conquered Phi Kap-
pa Psi in a like drubbing 3-0.
Two more quarter-finals match-
es remain. The winner of the
Zeta Psi-Trigan tilt will tangle
with Sigma Chi in the semi-finals,
while the winner of the quarter-
finals Kappa Sigma-Lamba Chi
Alpha match will meet Pi Lamba
Phi in the semi's.
Diving opened up the Frater-
nity Swimming schedule Tuesday
with Chi Psi qualifying two of the
six men who were sifted.
Bill Chickering, last year's
champion and Don O'Connell were
the two placing Chi Psi entries,
while Dick Dugan of Sigma Phi
Epsilon, Sam Schaeffer of Theta
Xi, Marty Marsack of Phi Delta
Theta, and Ken Bay of Delta Tau
Delta all qualified.
* *
The only development in the
WAA Notices
Basketball-Members will meet
at 4 p.m. tomorrow (Fri.) in Bar-
bour Gym.
Badminton - Last meeting of
the club will be held from 1:30 to
3 p.m. Saturday in Barbour. All
members are requested to attend,
according to Naida Chernow, club
Michifish-Regular meeting at
10 a.m. Saturday at the Union
Pool. Emblems and suits have ar-
Petitioning-Information con-
cerning the duties of the various
positions open on the WAA Board
may be found by consulting the
WAA Files in Office 3, WAB, the
Presidents' Reports in the League
or by calling persons holding the
posts now.
Rifle-The club is still open to
new members, coeds interested
may call Joyce Meengs, at 2-0018.
The ROTC Range is open for
practice Monday and Friday from
11 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 3
p.m. on Wednesday.

dorm 'A' bowling tournament
found Lloyd House beating Ander-
son, 2550-2276, to qualify to meet
the winner of the Chicago-
Vaughan match. That series will
determine the bowling champion-
* * *
The Lawyer's Club will meet Phi
Rho Sigma in a Professional Fra-
ternities Semi-final Basketball
game tonight.

THURSDAY -- All Campus
Wrestling, Fraternity Swim-
ming Meet.
FRIDAY -- All Campus Box-
in;, Co-Recreational Program.
SATURDAY ---M Basketball,
State High School Wrestling
MONDAY -Life Saving Class,
Residence Halls Basketball.'.
TUESDAY-All Campus Swim-
ming Meet, Fraternity "A" Bas-
THURSDAY - Independent
Swimming Meet, Professional
Fraternities Swimming Meet,
Professional Fraternities Bas-

I-M Awards
To Be Shown,
Michigan's intramural depart-
ment will have a complete display
of all the activities and awards
connected with the I-M activities
in the window of a campus sport's
shop next week.
Information concerning present
leaders in various campus sports
activities, both individual and
team, will be shown along with
the numerous trophies, ribbons,
and plaques, that the winners re-
Especially interesting will be
the material about the I-M open
house to take place March 23. This
event is the highlight on the in-
tramural calendar and promises
to be a huge success.

135-Pound ('lass- Nils Carlson.
John Prior, and Jin Ricter.
145 Pound Class- Dick Jam-
155 Pound Class -Don O'Con-
nell, Herb Dumphy, and Ted
165 Pound Class - Bob
Schmunk and Warren Young.
175 Pound Class -Bill Bowler,
Al Bloegehold.
f ev.weight Tom Kelsey,
Robert Barney, and Lyn Scha-

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wi re decid0d in tihe Independent
basketball tournament as the Mis-
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The Mis-Fits had no trouble
downing the Michigan Daily 43 to
10. The unfailing Ify Warshaw-
sky Paced the wineis with 11
points while Duane McKeaclie
was right behind with 10. They
Newman Club, led by Ed Klauke
with 23 points, also had an easy
time of it in defeating the Mis-Fits
No. 2 48 to 26.
The Foresters moved a step
nearer the championship in league
IV by defeating the Islanders 24 to-
18. Hanson scored 12 points for
the winners. The Foresters have
one game left in their division,
with the Newman Club "B," and,,
if the latter should win this one,
the two teams will tie for the hon-
o's in their league.
In consolation - prize games
Michigan Co-op defeated Robert
Owen Co-op 50 to 12 to take third
place in league III: Hillel downed
the Ugly Ducklings 43 to 33 to gar-
ner third place in league 11, and
the Irish A.C. trounced the Mich-,
igan Christian Fellowship 45 to
16 to tie with the Dodgers for sec-
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