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LY, FEBRUARY 20, 1952-

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Y, FEBRUARY 20, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Sammies, ZBT
IM Cage Victors
Both Finish Atop Their Leagues As
Phi Psis, Alpha Delts Fall Victims
By HOWARD ROBINSON
Withstanding a last minute rally by Phi Kappa Psi, Sigma Alpha
Mu came off the court a 28-24 victor in a real thriller last night in
Class A basketball.
Victory meant first place in their league to the Sammies who
had been tied with the Phi Psis before their important win.
The result left them all alone atop their league and shoved the
losers into second place.
* * * *
THE VICTORS jumped into an early lead and were never headed
until the closing minutes. They led 14-7 at the half, but the Phi
Psis, holding Sammy high scorer Mort Friedman to eight points,
threatened throughout the second half but failed to come closer to
the victors than four points.
Friedman was high scorer for the winners, but had to re-
linquish game honors to the loser's Bud Jones who paced his
team with 12 points.
In another important contest, Zeta Beta Tau outclassed Alpha
Delta Phi, 33-15 to remain in first place in their league.
THE LOSERS were hampered in their efforts by a lack of pre-
game practice since they arrived just in time for the opening toss-up.
The ZBTs took advantage of this and quickly built up an 8-0 lead.
This was more than enough for victory, but the victors, controlling
the backboards, kept adding to their lead.
At the half, it was 15-5, and the Alpha Delts could do little better
in the second half. Irv Stenn acid Moose Weiss stood out on defense
for the winners, and the combined shooting of Weiss and Dick Klein
was sufficient to lead them to victory. Klein took scoring honors with
13 points and Weiss was close behind with 11..
Other basketball results:
Delta Tau Delta 33, Alpha Sigs 21 Sigma Chi 44, Theta Psi 19
Betas 48, Phi Kappa Tau 10, Sigma Nu 28, Acacia 14
ATO 38, Theta Chi 21 Phi Delts beat DKE (forfeit)
Lambda Chi 34, Phi Sigma Kappa 25 Delta Sigs beat Zeta Psi (forfeit)
Chi Psi 30, Psi U 20 Delta Chi beat TKE (forfeit)
Pi Lams 52, Tau Delts 24 Sig Ep beat Kappa Nu (forfeit)

First Teams 1M' Swimmers Encounter
Chosen for Strong Bainbridge Tonight

BIG TEN TITANS COLLIDE:
Spartans Offer 'M' Matmen Stern Test

NIT Roster
NEW YORK - (P) -Duquesne,
with only four games to go for an
unblemished record; St. John's
and St. Bonaventure accepted in-
vitations yesterday to compete in
the fourteenth annual National
Invitation Basketball Tourney.
The three teams are the first
to Ile named to the 12-team 1952
field which starts play with a
triple-header on March 8 and
will crown a successor to Brigham
Young the night of March 15.
* * *
DUQUESNE, of Pittsburgh, has
won 18 straight this year and is
the only unbeaten college five in
the country. St. John's boasts an
18-2, and St. Bonaventure has a
17-2 mark.
In the current Associated
Press poll, Duquesne is ranked
third, St. John's is No. 8 and St.
Bonaventure No. 10.
The University of Kentucky,
already qualified to play in the
NCAA tournament, is one of the
teams under consideration for one
of the other nine berths.
Other teams being considered
by the tournament committee in-
clude Dayton, Duke, Holy Cross,
LaSalle, Penn State, St. Louis,
Seton Hall, Texas Christian, Wes-
tern Kentucky, West Virginia,
Wyoming and New York Univer-
sity.
A second group lists Nortn
Carolina State, St. Joseph's o
Philadelphia, Utah, Siena, Miami
of Ohio and Lawrence Tech.

Ma..'s Crew Seeks S

eveth Straight Win

In Contest with Star-Studded Naval Team
By BOB MARGOLIN 150 yard backstroke chat
Undefeated in six outings this 1950; and Roger Hadlick
winter, Matt Mann's Wolverine American diver in 1951.
tankmen will put their record on* *
the firing line at eight p.m. to- PURDUE University's1
night against the Bainbridge Dunlop, Big Ten 200 yard
Naval Training Station. stroke champion in 1950
Bainbridge, camping grounds swims for the sailors as doI
for U.S. Naval Olympic aspirants, Ohio State All-American C
will send a team studded with Stephanos and his teamma
* Ballou.

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Robert
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te Bill

Wallace Wolfe, University of
Southern California Olympic
swimmer, and several other All-
Navy and All-American tank-
men round out this potent
squad reputed to be second
strongest in the East.
Head coach for Bainbridge is a
former pupil of Matt Mann, Han-
ley Staley. Staley, who used to
be assistant coach for Cornell, was
a Michigan diver several years
a ago. .
The Wolverines will use their
usual crew of talented swimmers
this evening, led by Co-captains
John Davies and Stewart Elliott
in the breast stroke, versatile free
JOHN DAVIES styler Bumpy Jones, and sprinters
JOHN AVIESTom Benner, Don Hill and Dick
.. . talented co-captain Martin.
former collegiate and Olympic AP Fla h
champions to try to upset the high A Plla S t
pool. DETROIT - Michigan State
I ConJnnl flnn l *a ,nnnt t,

By HERB COHEN
If past performances mean any-
thing, this Saturday's wrestling
meet at Michigan State should be
a dilly.
The Spartans. supposedly in
the process of rebuilding, have
come up with a team that is pro-
bably as good if not better than
any team in the Conference.
* * *
THEY HAVE defeated a power-
packed Ohio State squad, virtu-
ally the same one which won the
Big Ten Championship last year.
They have also tied Illinois,
the other team generally con-
sidered to be the chief threat
to Michigan and Michigan
State in the Western Confer-
ence Championships this year.
(Michigan has not yet faced
the Buckeyes, but they have de-
feated Illinois, 15-9:)
Outstanding sophomores and
just a touch of varsity experi-
enced men are the keys to the
Spartan's success.
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HEADING THE list of returnees
is Orris Bender, a two year letter-
man at 167 pounds. Last year
Bender was defeated in the Michi-
gan match by Bill Stapp, last
year's Wolverine grappler at 157
pounds.
This year Bender will face
Bud Holcombe at 167 pounds,
the same opponent that his
brother, George wrestled against
last year. The elder Bender is
now graduated from MSC.
A newcomer to the Spartan
ranks, and perhaps the most sen-
sational new wrestler in the Big
Ten this year, is Bill Hoke, who
will grapple in the 157 pound
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classification against Michigan's
equally competent Miles Lee.
* * *
HOKE, while only a freshman
last year, competed in the Nation-
al AAU's at 145 pouids, and
emerged victorious over a field of
nationally known collegiate wrest-
lers.
Hoke's match with Miles Lee
this weekend will surely be the
toughest one the Michigan grap-
pler has had to partake in this
year. But he has been working
hard and an upset could be in the
making.

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Aggressive Play Big Factor in Cagers'
Third Conference Win of Fading Season

By DICK LEWIS
W h a t Michigan's basketball
team lacks in court finesse and
scoring prowess it makes up in ag-
gressive play.
It was only the will to give a
little something extra that hand-
ed the Wolverines their third Big
Ten win against Wisconsin Mon-
day night.
COACH ERNIE McCoy's cagers
had very little in their favor going
into the final ten minutes of play
with the Badgers.
They were trailing by six
points after blowing an early
24-16 lead, but more important
was the fact that 6-7 Milt Mead,
the home team's only big man,
had fouled out with three min-
utes left in the third period.
This meant that in the last 13
minutes Michigan had to field a
team that averaged only 6 feet as
compared with the visitors 6-3
aggregate.
Tallest man on the court for
the Wolverines was Captain Jim
Skala, the 6-3 senior from Chi-
cago.
MEAD'S replacement, 6-2 soph-
omore John Codwell from Hous-
ton, Texas, turned in a creditable
effort to hold Wisconsin's 6-7 cen-
ter, Paul Morrow, to a single final
stanza basket.
Morrow racked up eleven
markers with Mead guarding
him In the third session, but
Codwell came off the bench to
hold the big boy down and reg-
ister five important tallies him-
self.
Sophomore R a y Pavichevich
played his usual role as unsung
hero. While he registered only

after t h r e e periods, Codwell
dunked in a layup to make it 51-
47. Morrow a n d Pavichevich
traded field goals, after which
Morrow canned a free throw to
put Michigan five points to the
rear, 54-49.
* * *
LAWRENCE HIT on two char-
ity tosses and Wisconsin's Tony
Stracka also meshed a free throw
as the score read Wisconsin 55,
Michigan 51.

Skala then registered his
200th point of the 'season on a
one-hander from the corner
and Codwell found the range
from the foul line to put the
winners a point behind with
five minutes left. Codwell's
point was Michigan's 1000th of
the year.
Ten seconds later Skala scored
on another one-hander to cinch
the triumph and give him a 15-
point output for the night.

* * *
HEADING THE array of stars
is the world famous backstroker,
Allen Stack. Captain of Yale's
swimming team in 1948, Stack
went on to win the 100 meter
backstroke Olympic championship
in London the same year. At the
moment he defends three other
world backstroke records: the 150
yard, 100 and 200 meter distances.
Three other former Eli swim-
mers, all of them with excellent
records, are slated to perform
for Bainbridge tonight.
They include Ray Reid, captain
of last year's National Collegiate
champions and member of the
400 yard world record relay team;j
Albert Ratkiewich, captain of the1
1950 Elis and Eastern Collegiate
LATE HOCKEY SCORE
Toronto 3, New York 3

lege won cat en events o
hand Wayne University a 68-
25 dual swimming meet defeat
here last night.
It was Michigan State's fifth
win in seven meets this year
and their 12 win over Wayne.
Rod Quigley, MSC backstroke
artist, broke his own meet rec-
ord in the 200 yard backstroke
event. Quigley swam the dis-
tance in 2:20.9.
Wayne tankmen captured six
second places in absorbing their
third loss in four starts this
season.
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Team Scoring
G FG FT
Jim Skala 18 83 36
Milt Mead 18 67 58
Don Eaddy 18 56 29
Doug Lawrence 18 45 24
*Dick Williams 11 39 22
R. Pavichevich 18 27 20
*Bob Jewell 14 22 13
*R. Kauffman 11 10 16
John Codwell 10 6 13
Tom Tiernan 8 10 4
Bob Topp 14 7 7
Jack Levitt 9 2 3
Syd Cook 4 2 0
*Carl Brunsting 10 2 1
TOTALS 18 378 246
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vich paced the Maize and Blue
in rebounds and assists.
A * * * -
THE WINNERS' smooth-work-
ing back-court duo of Doug Law-
rence and Don Eaddy were the
main reasons behind a four min-
ute freeze which insured victory.
In addition to meshing 12
points on the evening, Eaddy
displayed a type of footwork in
the Michigan deep freeze that
branded him as a sure Arthur
Murray graduate.
Diminutive Lawrence, who has
stepped into the crowd-pleaser
togs dropped recently by big Bob
Jewell, ran circles around his gar-
gantuan opposition.

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