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THE MICHIGAN DAILY n

Basketball Nears

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I-M NEWS Sigma Chi, Psi U, Phi Dels Swim Title
ithl h ok Si aCi, Psi U, Phi Delis, To Omega
leaue has nai7nrrow dadwn to 19

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close race between the Engineer-
ing Aero and the Eng. Math teams.
PHI GAMMA DELTA will meet1
sigma Phi Epsilon tonight for thel
right to oppose Kappa Sigma in E
the semi-finals of the fraternity
paddleball playoffs.t
Phi Sigma Kappa will meet;
Sigma Chi in the other contest.{
THE IIAWAIIANS and the Mis-
fits advanced to the finals of the
seccnd place playoffs in the Inde-
pendent basketball league withI
victories in the semi-finals Mon-
day night, while the Puffs earnedI
a position in the fourth place fin-
als.
The Hawaiians beat Nakamura
Coop, 56-27, as Larry Wong tal-
lied 14 points and Art Fong con-
tributed 13 to pace the winners.-
Ray Schwartz led Nakamura Coop
with 10 points.
The Misfits subdued the Bar-
barians, 40-27, after holding a
22-15 lead at halftime. They willt
meet the Hawaiians in the final
next Thursday night at 7:00.-
The Puffs gained a 45-29 win
over the Mobiles Monday night ask
the result of a second half rally.
The score was knotted 19-19 at
the intermission.(
CLINCHING AT least a tie forc
first place in the Internationalk
Center League, the Philippinest
edged out the Turks, 24-22, Wed-.
nesday night at the Sports Build-
ing.
In the other scheduled con-
test, the cellar-dwelling Indians
forfeited to the Chinese.
Spring sports for the Interna-
tional Center men include soccer,
and possibly softball. Bob Baker,
organizer of the league, urges in-
terested teams to contact him at
the Sports Building so that the
latter sport can be put on the pro-s
gram.
STEALING THE show Wednes-
day night at the Intramural
Building, Lloyd House captured
first place honors in Residence
Hall paddleball by handing Hay-x
den House a 2-1 defeat.
In the feature match, Bill
Gruhlke of Hayden was hard-
pressed to beat Ron Stempian
of Lloyd, 21-13, 20-21, and 21-17.
Ron Short, lanky Lloyd player,
had little trouble disposing of
Hayden's Harry Corey. Short aced
his opponent with amazing regu-
larity to win, 21-13, 21-4.
Ron Getour and Bill Eberhart of
Lloyd teamed up to handle Frank
Tillery and Al Storey of Hayden by
a 21-15 score.
SEVERAL ALL-CAMPUS tour-
naments moved into the quarter-
final rounds this week, while pad-
dleball reached the semi-final
stages.
Johnny Ireland, Lee Setomer,
Chris Christenson and Bob Ep-
stein fought their way into the
paddleball semis. Finals are set for
March 23-the night of the Intra-
mural Open House.
I-M SCORES
Nu Sigma Nu 43, Alpha Kap-
pa Psi 19.
Foul Balls 48, Dodgers 23.
Forestry 28, Methodist Chris-
tian Fellowship 24.
Physical Education Majors
30, Law Club 28.
Hoboes 21, All-Americans 19.
Delta Sigma Pi 32, Phi Delta
Epsilon 13

By BILL MATTIIEWS
Only four teams remain in the
running for the fraternity "A"
league basketball title.
Last Tuesday night. Sigma Phi
Epsilon and Phi Delta Theta
earned the right to meet each oth-
er in one of the seini-finals, while
Sigma Chi will battle Psi Up-
silon for the other finalist berth.
SIGMA PHI EPSILON chalked up
a 40-27 win over Alpha Sigma Phi
as John Branaman and Ross Her-
ron chipped in with 15 and 11
points respectively. However, Bobl
Erben of the losers took high point
honors of the night with 16. {
Phi Delta Theta, the giant
killer, continued its winning
ways by administering a 44-29
trouncing to Cli Psi. 'Dick
Kempthorn had one of his bet-
ter nights of the season, and
picked up 16 points for the vic-
tors.
Jim Deremo paced the losers
with 10 points. On the basis of
their play thus far, Phi Delta
Theta appears to be the "dark-
horse" of the tourney, a team
which is going to be hard to beat
because of their inspired play.
SIGMA CHI had little difficulty
in annexing a 40-24 win over Sig-
ma Phi. Once again it was the
deadly combination of Don Hersh-
berger and Don Souchek who put
the skids under their opponents.
The former tossed in 14 markers,
and the latter was close behind
with 13.
Psi Upsilon gained the other
semi-final berth by disposing of
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 33-21.
Both teams player rather slug-
gish ball, but Psi Upsilon played
just well enough to win. Al Top-
ping took scoring honors for the
night with 17 points.
Thus, it will be Sigma Phi Ep-
silon against Phi Delta Theta, and
Sigma Chi against Psi Upsilon
when the four aggregations swing;
into action next Tuesday night at
the I-M building.
IN THE RACE for the second
place championship, Delta UpsilonI

moved into the semi-finals against e tT enn
Beta Theta Pi, and Lambda Chi
Alpha will oppose Alpha Phi Al-

pha in the other contest.
Delta Upsilon spilled Theta
Chi, 36-32, as Don Calhoun
poured in 17 points. Beta Theta
Pi lashed Alpha Delta Phi, 45-32,
with Wayne Morris and Ial
Herrington tossing in 19 and 12
points respectively.

N ewmn 1S ecomnd
Forest4ry Thli
Omega Deuteron captured the;
Independent swimming crown
Wednesday evening as they gar-

I-MI Weigl lifting 'Contest,
Scheduled for March 23
Dsncr d h71(I<) "',i. -lout 11tC Ilte rowss in Mi1 'Tchigan men, anl RI
campusweihtlft n'za cd tregthcontest is 1ltedfor March 23
the 1-M uildin
A 0'%OE 'OV Till: ATx'TRAt'iIONS of the annual o pen home s~oi
sored by the I-M uildmin. the barbell tournament will be broken dov
into two dons liing ihtca or xperienced and seir
experienced men. and a strength contest open to all men.
The winner of the strength contest, which consists of lifting
a1 dead weight otf the floor and straightening to a standing posi-
tion, shall be proclaimed as the strongest man at the University of
Michigan. No previous experience is necessary to compete.
Negotiating three different Olympi lifts Will be required of t:
contemtants in the weighltliiting attraction. The folloving bodyweig
classifications have been designaed: 132 and under; 132-148: 148-16
165-181: 181 and up.
WITH THE DEADLINE FOR SIGNING UP for the contest, sche
uled for March 18, the folwing locations have been selected as regi
tration peints: the 1-M Building or WaterIan Gym. The weightliftli
rooms in either case aVr preparcd to handle the prospective camp
strong men.
Al Koernke, one uf the nation's leading lifters, will referee the
meet.
A major purpose of the March 23 meet is a means of gatheri
barbell enthusiasts together in preparation for the first mid-west i
ercollegiate contest to be held April 23 at the I-M Building, A ti
an:ular E TonGst wil feture Michiigan SL t. Ch icago and Michiga
L E TS GO!... to the

Lambda Chi Alpha rolled to a nered 26 points.
convincing 59-39 win over Zeta The Newman Club took second
Psi, but it remained for the los- place with 21 points and Forestry
er's John Case to lead the point took third place honors with al
scorers with 18 markers. Hal Tim- score of 17. Michigan Christian
mairs with 15. Will Perry with 14, Fellowship, collecting 14 points,
and Dick Foster with 12 points beat out the Ramblers for the!
paced the winners. fourth position.
ALPhA Pi ALPHA moved into OMEGA DEUTERON gained
the semi-finals by virtue of a 39-27 first places in the . 220-yard free
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vin over Sigma Alpha Mu. Gene
Derricotte paced the winners with
7 points, Lee Fisher, the losers
with 9.
In the third place playoffs,
Theta Xi downed Zeta Beta Tau,
33-29, Phi Gamma Delta ripped
Kappa Sigma, 51-12 and Sigma
Nu took the decision over Phi
Sigma Kappa,'28-18. Alpha Tau
Omega blasted Phi Sigma Delta,
53-38, as Bob Hunt threw in 22
points for the winners.
In the fourth place playoffs, it
will be Trigon against Phi Kappa
Sigma for the championship.
Barring postponements, the four
playoff championship will be de-
termined by next week. Games are
set for next Tuesday and Wednes-
day to decide who will reign su-
preme in fraternity basketball this
year.
A hot race is in prospect for the
fraternity "B" team basketball
championship. All of the semi-fin-
alists present imposing records
which seem to make the teams as
evenly matched as possible.
Alpha Delta Phi nosed out Sig-
ma Alpha Epsilon, 26-23. Lambda
Chi Alpha took the measure of Phi
Sigma Delta, 18-15. Beta Theta Pi
the semi-finals by virtue of a
hard-fought win over Theta Xi,
and Phi Kappa Psi became the
fourth contender by ripping Sig-
ma Alpha Mu, 27-23.

style relay, the 50-yard free style,

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and the 50-yard backstroke,
while no other team took claim
mere than one winner. Omega
Deuteron won the 200-yard free
style relay in 2:02.3, as Michigan
Christian Fellowship, the Ram-
blers, and the Newman Club
chased them to the finish line in
that order.
The meet winners could do no
better than third place in the
150-yard medley relay as Fores-
try won the event in 1:42.1 and
the Newman Club took second
place.

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1st-Omega Deuteron 26
2nd-Newman Club--21
3rd-Forestry17
4th-MCF-14
5th-Ramble's-12
6th-Michigan Co-op-10
7th-Robert Owen Co-op-6

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