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ThE MiC~i-HGA ~DAILY

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Ma pie Leafs
Down Detroit;
Clinch Crown
TORONTO, March 3--(P)-The
Toronto Maple Leafs clinched the
National Hockey League title last
night by defeating the Detroit Red
Wings, 5-3.
The pennant is the first the
Leafs have won since 1937-38
when they finished first in the Ca-
nadian division. The Leafs, de-
fending Stanley Cup champions,
lead the Wings by three points.
The two meet in Detroit tomorrow
night in the final game of the reg-
ular season -for both clubs.
Syl Apps, veteran captain and
playmaker of the Leafs, scored
what proved to be the deciding
goal late in the second period.
Defenseman Wally Stanowski
set up Apps with the payoff coun-
ter. Stanowski circled the Detroit
net and passed out to Apps who
drove the puck into the cage.
Both teams scored twice in the
first period with the Wings open-
ing and closing the scoring.
Recruit Enio Sclisizzi fired the
Wings into the lead early in the
middle frame after taking a pass
from Jim McFadden. Shortly
thereafter Vic Lynn tied it up for
the Leafs and Apps then came
through.
Young Ted Kennedy, who col-
lected one of Toronto's first period
goals, sewed up the game with his
second goal of the night early in
the last period.
There will be a meeting of
the members of last year's 150-
lb. football squad at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday in the Michigan Un-
ion.

Sports Round-Up

EAST LANSING, March 20-('')
-Michigan State took its sixth
straight Central Collegiate Con-
ference swim crown here today.
George H o oge rh y de, Spartan
Olympic hope, who lost the 1500-
meter event yesterday, to Roger
Watts of Iowa State, returned
the compliment in the 440 today.
* * *
SARASOTA, Fla., March 20-
(A)-Paul (Dizzy) Trout and Vir-
gil Trucks, a pair of fast ball
righthanders, cut down the Bos-
ton Red Sox with just seven hits
today as the Detroit Tigers won
their fifth exhibition game in 12
starts, 4 to 1, before 1,986 fans.
* * *
TAMPA, Fla., March 20-(A')-
Lanky Ewell Blackwell of the Cin-
cinnati Reds, tamed the World
Champion New York Yankees, 10
to 2, today. Blackwell gave up one
hit in five innings.
* * *
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., March
20-()-With Terry Moore slam-
ming out a home run, the St.
Louis Cardinals nosed out the
Philadelphia Phillies, 2 to 1, in a
spring training game today.
* * *
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif.,
March 20-(I)-The St. Louis
Browns, who have been slugging
their opponents into submission,
resorted to tight pitching and fine
fielding to down the Pittsburgh
Piratts today, 1 to 0, for their
third straight victory.
* * *
LOS ANGELES, March 20-(A')
-Cleveland topped the New York
Giants today in an exhibition
game, 6 to 5. Two singles and two
walks were good for two runs afid
the clincher in the eighth inning.
*B*F * h
BRADENTON, Fla., March 20-

U-By scoring five times at theI
expense of lefty Mickey Haefnerl
in the fourth, fifth and sixth inn-
ings the Boston Braves today de-
feated the Washington Senators.
8-6- It was the Tribe's second
victory over the Washington
American Leaguers in Grapefruit
League competition.
OAKLAND, Calif., March 20-
(MP'-The Chicago Cubs won their
second straight game from Oak-
land of the Pacific Coast League
today, throwing in a triple play
in a^6 to 1 victory before 4,000
fans.
S* *
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.,
March 20-(P)-The Philadelphia
Athletics belted Hugh Mulcahy
around the diamond today for an
8-2 victory over the Memphis
Chicks of the Southern Associa-
tion.
DETROIT, March 20-(P)---Vet-
eran Center Sid Abel has been
named by Detroit hockey writers
as the most valuable player on the
Detroit Red Wings this season.
**.*
NEW YORK, March 20-(')-
Billy Talbert of New York, won
the Men's National Indoor Tennis#
Championship today, turning back
young Sid Schwartz of Brooklyn,
4-6, 8-6, 9-7, 6-2, in the tourna-
ment finals despite a painful foot
injury received in the semi-finals.
AINTREE, England, March 20-
(AP)-Sheila's Cottage, a 50-1 bet-
ting choice, won the 102nd run-
ning of the Grand National Steep-
lechase by a length today. Less
tha five months ago she was pur-
chased at a bargain by the owner
of a. fishing fleet because of ten-
der feet.

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Mis-Fits Meetk
NewmaN wa in
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Newman Club "A", sparked by
Klauke's 15 points, toppled the
Foresters, 32-30, yesterday after-
noon to gain a place in the inde-
pendent basketball tourney finals,
which will be held Tuesday eve-
ning during I-M open house.
Opposing Newman "A" will be
the Mis-Fits who clinched a place
in the finals earlier in the week
when they defeated the Red Dev-
ils in a hard-fought contest, 29-
23.
The game between the Mis-Fits
and the Red Devils was a thriller
all the way. Tied 14-14 at the
half and 23-23 with two minutes
left to play, the game broke wide
open asthe Mis-Fits poured in
three quick buckets before the
final whistle.
Frye Leads Scorers
Glenn Frye, who scored two of
the Mis-Fits' three game deciding
baskets, was high point man for
the night with 12 markers, while
Chuck Lentz tallied eight for the
losers. Hy Warshawsky's brilliant
rebounding was a major factor in
the Mis-Fits' victory.
In league IV, the Newman Club
"B" upset the Foresters 24-10,
early in the week necessitating a
playoff between the two teams for
the league championship and the
right to play Newman Club "A" in
the finals qualifier.
It was the Foresters turn to
shine Wednesday night as they al-
most exactly reversed the score of
their previous meeting to defeat
the Newman "B" boys 22-10.
Hanson Tallies 10 Points
Unable to get started in their
first encounter with Newman, the
Foresters sprung Hanson loose for
10 points this time, while bottling
up their opponents so effectively
that no man was able to score
more than three points.
Oddly enough, it was Jim Hal-
verson of the Newman "B" team
who had sparked their victory with
10 points while none of the For-
esters was able to chalk up more
than three points in the scoring
column.
Hanson was still hitting yester-
day afternoon, putting in 15 points
for the Foresters losing cause but
it wasn't quite enough to bring his
team into the finals.
Pete Barthell
Takes Crow,,.
In GymMeet
Freshman Pete Barthell, with
two first places, a second and a
third in seven events, won the
all-around championship in the
All-Campus Gymnastic meet,
which was sponsored by Coach
Newt Loken.
Gordy Levinson and Edsel Bu-
chanan took second and third in
a successful meet that drew 25 en-
tries. The all-around champion-
ship was decided on the basis of
total judges' scores and not on a
win-place show point margin.
Winners in the individual events
were Wally Neiman, high bar;
Jeff Knight, side horse; Dave
Clark, flying ring; Barthell, paral-
lel bars and tumbling; and Bu-
chanan in the trampolie.
Other promising varsity men

uncovered in the tourney were Bill
Parrish, who took a pair of thirds
in the high bar and flying ring
events, Mike Neville and Fred
Thompson who took second and
third, respectively, in the tum-
bling.
Varsity gymnasts acted as judges
in the meet.

NEW H-AVEN, Conn., March 20
-The announcement of the offi-
cial National Collegiate Athletic
Association all-district basketball
teams, as selected by the National
Association of Basketball Coaches
and a panel of sports writers for
True Magazine, was made today by
Howard Hobson of Yale, president
of the coach's association.
Holy Cross and Kentucky, who
met last night in the Eastern
NCAA finals, each placed three
men on their respective district
teams, while Columbia, Michigan's
opponent in the consolation con-
test, landed one berth.
The teams were chosen accord-
ing to the 8 N.C.A.A. districts,
which cover the 48 states and the
District of Columbia. The, district
teams and the states they repre-
sent follow:
DISTRICT NO. 1 (Conn., Mass.,
New Hampshire, Maine, Rhode Is-
land, Vermont) Tony Lavelli
(Yale); Bob Cousy, George Kaf-
tan and Joe Mullaney (Holy
Cross); Ed Faber (Trinity).
DISTRICT NO. 2 (Delaware,
New York, New Jersey, Pennsyl-
vania, W. Virginia) Don Forman
and Adolph Schayes (NYU); Nel-
son Bobb (Temple); Dick Mc-
Guire (St. John's); Walter Bud-
ko (Columbia).
DISTRICT NO. 3 (Maryland,
District of Columbia, Alabama,
North Carolina, South Carolina,
Fla., Georgia, Kentucky, Louisi-
ana, Miss., Tenn., Virginia) Wal-

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DISTRICT NO. 4 (Michigan, In-
diana, Illinois, Minnesota, Ohio,
Wisconsin) Bob Cook (Wiscon-
sin); Dwight Eddleman (Illinois):
Jim McIntyre (Minnesota): Kevin
O'Shea (Notre Dame); Dave Hu-
merickhouse (Bradley).
DISTRICT NO. 5 (Iowa, Kan-

sas Oklahoma. Missouri. Nebras- Montana. New Mexico, Utah, Wy-
ka. Norti hDakota, S. Dakota> omling> Joe Weilt and Joe Nel-
Murrav Wier (Iowa): Paul Courty son Brigham Young)>; Vern
(Oklahoma): Bob Harris (Okla- Gardner and Arnold Ferrin
homa A&M) : Ed Macauley and (Utah! Leonard Alterman (Den-
Dlani Miller (St. Loris).I . ve
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Arizona. Texas) Jack Robinson Idaho, Nevada, Oregon,. Washing-
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sas>: Slater Martin. Al Madsen Wolfe 1Califonia; :John Stanich
and Tom Hamilton (Texas and Davage Minor (UCLA): Jack
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