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FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Gomberg Quintets Win Both
Dorm Cage Championships

Kaufmann, Sylvan
Star for Gomberg
By DAVE BAAD
Sigma Chi and Gomberg each
racked up two intramural basket-
ball championships last night to
grab the top cage honors in the
22nd annual All Sports Program
at the IM building.
Paced by Dick Balshizer, who
dropped in thirteeh points, Sigma
Chi overcame a one point halftime
deficit to romp to a one sided 38-
23 victory over Phi Gamma Delta
in the Class A fraternity title
clash.
SIGMA CHI'S superior height
provetl the deciding factor as Gene
Knutson, Laurie LeClaire and Bill
Ammermon completely cleaned up
the boards in the second half, to
spark the surge that carried the
winners to the championship.
Sigma Chi's B entry had little
trouble adding the second por-
tion of the Intramural crown as
it garnered a 33-17 verdict from
Alpha Tau Omega. Ed Meads
and Gus Cavalaris sparked the
winners with eight and seven
markers respectively.
Ed Kaufmann tossed in eleven
points as Gomberg's Class A ag-
gregation notched its first Resi-
dence Hall title wi h a hard fought
38-35 victory over Winchell.
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ALTHOUGH Gomberg led most
of the way the game was always
close, and a last period Ninchell
rally led by Jim Rienstra and Ivan
Goldberg nearly reversed the final
outcome.
Marshall Sylvan's 12 points,
on four field goals and four free
throws, was the top effort as
Gomberg's B squad whipped
' Wenley 33-28 to annex the other
Residence Hall championship.
John Bergstrom and Bill Brown
collected 25 points between them
to give powerful Greenwood a 50-
30 decision over the Trojans and
with it the Independent I-M
crown. Greenwood led at half-
time 31-18 and walked away with
the game in the second half.
Phi Delta Chi almost blew a
commanding 21-14 halftime lead
*but managed to eke out a 37-36
decision from Delta Sigma Delta
to win the Professional Fraternity
title. Jack Gault paced the vic-
tors with ten points, while Bob
Hamilton of Delta Sigma Delta
was tops in the game with 13.
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Sigma Chi Romps
To Swim Crown
By PHIL DOUGLIS
Piling up 38 points, Sigma Chi
easily rolled to its second consec-
utive fraternity swimming cham-
pionship last night in the Sports
Building pool.
Leading all the way and never
threatened, Sigma Chi placed in
every event but one, and grabbed
four first places, taking the two
relays, the backstroke, and the 100
yard freestyle. Sigma Nu was a
distant second, tallying 10 points.
PI LAMBDA PHI and Lambda
Chi Alpha finished in athird place
tie as each team netted eight
eight points. Alpha Tau Omega
was fifth with seven points.
Jim Peterson, C. A. Mitts,
Bruce Sadler, Dave Higgins,
and Stu Waters led the victori-
ous Sigma Chis as they chalked
up their seventh swim crown.
Peterson handily won the 50
yard backstroke, swam on the
winning 150 medley relay team,
and took second in the 50 yard
freestyle, behind Lee McLaugh-
lin of Theta Xi.
Sadler was the victor in the 100
yard freestyle, and swam on Sig-
ma Chi's triumphant 200 yard
freestyle relay squad, while Mitts
took second in the 200 yard free-
style, trailing Sigma Alpha Mu's
Dick Radway, and swam on the
winning freestyle relay team. Mitts
also nabbed a third in the 100
yard freestyle.
* * *
HIGGINS and Waters were both
on the triumphant medley relay
squad, wit hHiggins also taking a
third in the 50 yard freestyle and
Waters grabbing a fourth in the
200 yard freestyle.
Diving, held last week, was
won by Aaron Lutz of Pi Lamb-
da Phi, as he polled 106.8 points.
Alpha Tau Omega's Bruce War-
ner came home thewinner in
the 50 yard breast stroke, the
only event in which Sigma Chi
did not place.
The second place Sigma Nu
squad picked up over half its
points on a second place finish in
the 200 yard freestyle relay, while
one' of the third place teams, Pi
Lambda Phi picked up all of its
eight markers in diving, as it took
first and second.

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Ihinclads Off
To Montreal
For Tourney
By JIM DYGERT
Ten Wolverine thinclads dep-
parted yesterday to compete in
the Canadian National track
championships in Montreal to-
night.
Captain Jack Carroll, conference
440-yard champion, will head the
delegation that includes two oth-
er Big Ten titlists, John Ross, con-
ference mile champ, and George
Lynch, two-mile titleholder.
* * *
CARROLL is also the defending
champion in the Canadian games'
500-yard event and he will match
strides with George Rhoden,
whom he defeated last year along
with Mal Whitfield and Herb Mc-
Kenley.
Ross will defend his mile ti-
tle in the games while two-miler.
Lynch will tangle with Valdo
Lilikas of Estonia over the long
er distance.

MILT MEAD
.. . Perigo to Canham

VIC HEYLIGER
... NCAA hat trick

Vote To Keep
,One and One'
Free Throw
KANSAS CITY-(W)-Basketball
rules makers decided Thursday to
keep the widely criticized "one
and one" free throw regulation for
lack of an adequate substitute.
They acknowledged "a lot of
people are not satisfied" with the
rule but said it would have to do
until something better comes
along-another year, at least.
* * *
THUS THE national basketbally
committee of the United States
and Canada, which writes the
book for colleges, high schools,
Amateur Athletic Union, YMCA
and Canadian groups, wound tip
two days of conferences without
making a single major change.
The common foul is one com-
mitted not in the act of shooting
and until a year ago brought only
a one-shot penalty. -A foul on a
shooter provides two free throws.
IM Swim Finals
200-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY: 1-
Sigma Chi (Esley, O'Brien, Mitts,
Sadler). 2-Sigma Nu. 3 Alpha
Delta Phi, 4-Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
Time: 1:49.3.
50-YARD BREASTROKE: 1 - Warner
(ATO), 2-Spero (Phi Sigma Delta),I
3 - McQuiggan (Lambda Chi Al-
pha), 4-Krumbholz (Chi Phi). Time
:29.4.
50-YARD FREESTYLE: I - McLaugh-
lin (Theta Xi), 2--Peterson (Sigma
Chi), 3-Higgins (Sigma Chi), 4-
Spero (Phi Sigma Delta). Time
25.6
200-YARD FREESTYLE: I - Radway
(SAM), 2-Mitts (Sigma Chii), 3-
Swanson (Kappa Sigma), 4-Waters
(Sigma Chi). Time: 2:20.9.#
80-YARD BACKSTROKE: 1 - Peter-
son (Sigma Chi), 2-Miller (Sigma
Nu), 3-Webber (Alpha Delta Phi),
4-Krussman (Sigma Nu). Time
:29.2.
100-YARD FREESTYLE: 1 - Sadler!
(Sigma Chi), 2-Cherry (Phi Kappa
Tau), 3-Mitts (Sigma Chi), 4-Rad-
way (SAM). Time: 63.0.
150-Yard Medley Relay: 1 - Sigma
Chia(Waters, Peterson, Higgins),
2-Lambda Chi Alpha, 3-Chi Phi,
4-ATO. Time: 1:34.4.
DIVING: 1-Lutz (Pi Lambda Phi),
2-Fox (Pi Lambda Phi), 3--Hanley
(Sigma Phi Epsilon), 4 - Watson
(Sigma Chi). Points: 106.8.

FRESHMEN SHOW' PROMISE:
Star Ice Trio Lost Through Graduation

Tgers Outsug
Red Sox, 9-8;
Cubs Triumph

This June, graduation will claim
three of the men most responsiblet
for Michigan's successful drive to
its third straight national cham-
pionship - Captain Johnny Mat-
chefts, Alex McClellan, and Ron
Martinson.
Matchefts, undoubtedly one of
the finest all-round hockey play-
ers ever to wear the Maize and
Blue uniform, consistently paced
his teammates throughout the
rugged campaign in scoring, be-
fore being nosed out for top hon-
ors in that department by George
Chin, who closed in a blaze of
glory.
THE FLASHY Eveleth senior
was a master as a stick handler
and was the leading playmaker
on the squad, piling up a total of
26 assists during the campaign.
The loss of Alex "Herky"
McClellan will leave a tremen-
dous hole in the Wolverine rear
guard. McClellan was rightly
recognized as one of the finest
defensemen in college hockey
when he was selected to the All-
American Hockey Team picked
by coaches from schools with
leading hockey teams.
Certainly one of the reasons
why the Wolverines were able to
bounce back after absorbing the
double setback at the hands of the
Minnesota Gophers was the re-
turn to regular action of Ron
Martinson. -After missing a good
part of the year with a broken
ankle, Martinson played out-
standing hockey in the closing
stages of-the season and continued
his excellent play in the NCAA
playoffs.
DESPITE the loss of the gradu-
ating trio, Wolverine Coach Vic
1952-53 SCORING
G A Pts.PM
Chin 18 24 42 0
Matchefts 15 26 41 22
Mullen 17 18 35 8

Heyliger, who has piloted his
teams into six straight NCAA play-
off berths, is looking forward to
bringing the national champion-
ship back to Ann Arbor for the
Entry blanks for the Detroit
Times Basketball Tournament
can be obtained from me-800
Lincoln-phone 2-4419.
--Bob Steinberg
fourth straight time come next
year.
"We may not have too much
depth," said Heyliger, "but we'll
have some pretty good boys out
there again." Heyliger was re-
ferring to the crop of freshman
pucksters he hasbeen groom-
ing to fill the ranks next year.
On the whole, they are solidly
built and eager to play hockey.
One of the best prospects, ac-
cording to Heyliger, is Bill Mac-
Farland. MacFarland is big, fast,
has a good shot, and is a clever
stick handler.
.* * *
JAY GOOLD, who hails from
Kirkland Lake, up near the Arc-
tic Basin, is, another lad who
should see much activity on the
Coliseum ice next winter. Goold
is effective where it counts-skat-
ing in towards the nets.
Don MacArthur, Shawinigan

Falls, Quebec youngster who
plays both line and defense, is
bound to make the varsity as is
Yves Hebert of Montreal, a
lineman.
Loren Howes, one of Canada's
better amateur goalies, will add
another problem to Heyliger's "I
got too many good goalies" de-
partment. Howes, who two years
ago defended the crease for Bar-
rie, Canadian junior champions, is
third on line behind the stellar
Willard Ikola, and the almost
equally as competent Bill Lucier.
Heyliger plans to keep his high
scoring line of George Chin, Pat
Cooney and Doug Mullen intact
next year and work his freshmen
into the 'second and third lines.
He also intends to move Jim Haas,
next year's captain, and Bert Dunn
back to their familiar defense
posts to take up the slack left by
the departure of Most Valuable
Player McClellan.
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"'-LAKELAND, Fla.-Recruit out-
Canadians John Moule and fielder Frank Carswell homered in
Geoff Dooley establish the Wol- the ninth inning to give the De-
verines as favorites in the 1,000- troit Tigers a 9-8 exhibition vic-
yard race and Al Rankin will team tory over the Boston Red Sox
with Carroll, Ross and Moule to rThursday.
rate the Michigan contingent an The Tigers now boast a record
edge in the all-Canadian mile re- of eight wins and three losses in
lay. the grapefruit circuit but this was
j their first victor yover a team in

DASHMAN Ross Coates will
compete against Canada's best inj
the 50-yard dash as will freshman
Pete Sutton, who is also entered
in the 500 with Carroll.
Besides Sutton, Coach Don
Canham chose two other fresh-
men for the Montreal trip. Ron
Wallingford will answer the
gun in the junior mile run and
Ross Macnab will start in the
junior 500.{
While the games are under way
in Montreal, three other Wolver-
ines will be competing in the
Knights of Columbus Games in
Cleveland. Featuring the games
will be Wolverine cager Milt
Mead's first appearance as a high-
jumper this year. Mead won the
high-jump last year with a leap
of six feet, six and one-quarter
inches.
Van Bruner, fleet hurdler, will
represent Michigan in the games
at Cleveland in the 45-yard highI
hurdles, and Bill Hickman will
wear the Maize and Blue in the
1,000-yard event.
LATE SCORES
NHL HOCKEY
Detroit 6, Boston 1
Toronto 4. Montreal 1
EXHIBITION BASEBALL
St. Louis 'B' (NL) 2, Cincin-
nati B' 1
San Diego14, St. Louis (AL) 3
Seattle 14, St. Louis 'B' (AL) 7

their own American League.
Detroit collected 18 hits againstl
Boston's 11.
CUBS 11, WHITE SOX 3
PASADENA, Calif. - The Chi-
cago Cubs pounced on Tommy
Byrne for nine runs in the first
four innings and went on to smash
the Chicago White Sox, 11-3,
Thursday to even the spring city
series at three victories each.
The Sox got only four hits off
Warren Hacker and the same off
Joe Hatten.

REDS 4, BRAVES 3
BRADENTON, Fla.-The Cin-
cinnati Reds spoiled the Milwau-
kee Braves' debut as a National
League team Thursday by regis-
tering a 4-3 victory, their fifth in
a row and eighth in 13 exhibition
contests.
Two of the Braves' runs came
in the ninth inning, but the rally
fell short when pinch hitter Sib-
by Sisti flied to right fielder Wil-
lard Marshall for the third, out
ATHLETICS 8, PIILLIES 5
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -
Pinch-hitter Allie Clark hit a
home run with the bases loaded
in the last of the 10th inning
Thursday to give the Philadelphia
Athletics an 8-5 victory over the
Philadelphia Phillies in a grape-
fruit league game.

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Spatz Downs House To Take
Honors in Intramural Handball

By GORDON MARS
Bob Spatz took two straight
matches from Clint House, " 21-10
and 21-16, to capture the All Cam-
pus handball single's champion-
ship last night at the I-M open
house.
Spatz defeated Frynk Wolowitz
in the semi-finals, 2-1. He dropped
the first game, 21-14, but came
back in convincing style to take
the next two, 21-0, and 21-6.
HOUSE, meanwhile won his
semi-final match from Nonny
Weinstock, 2-1. House edged
Weinstock in the first match, 21-
19. After dropping the second, he
pounded out a 21-15 win and
earned the right to meet Spatz in
the final.
In the finals of the All Camn-
pus squash tournament, Ahmed
Zeitoun captured the single's
crown, defeating Stuart Tem-
pleton, 3-2.
Also on the squash scene, Ed
Hahn, former National and pres-
ent State champion put on an ex-
cellent exhibition, as he conquered
Michigan's representative, Henry
Foster, former NCAA champion.
* * *
A FLASHY Williams House pad-
dleball squad took charge of its
matches against Van Tyne, as it
downed the South Quadders, 3-0.
Hayden House was well rep-
resented as its paddleball team
rolled over a determined Strauss
aggregation, 3-0. The Hayden
team took the two single matches
and then proceeded to win the
doubles event.
Hinsdale's' paddleball squad
managed to win over Greene
House after dropping the first
game. The Hinsdale team took the
second single event and the doubles
to give it the victory, 2-1.
* * *
A SPIRITED Lloyd combination
overcame a match handicap as it
downed the Taylor paddleballers,

first match, but ecked out a vic-
tory in the second singles and
the doubles.
Winchell and Wenley both won
2-1 victories over their opponents.
Winchell downed Chicago, and
Wenley turned back Adams.

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