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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1954

THE. MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE THREE

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

Sima hi, Phi Delta

Theta Score Gage

Vic tories

SAE Beats Delta Tau Delta;
Sigma Nu Whips Theta Chi'

In a rough, rowdy game, marred
by arguments, Sigma Chi defeated
Alpha Delta Phi, 67-46, in a fra-
ternity 'A' league game.
Tom Maentz led the winners
with 16 points while Wolverine
football player Tad Stanford was
high scorer for the losers with a
total of 14.
PHI DELTA Theta 'A' team
managed to squeeze by a strong
Alpha Phi Alpha squad, 47-43. Jim
Bates of the winners tallied 17
points followed by teammate Jack
Corbett with 13. Bill Douglis led
the losers with 12 points.
In another tight game Sigma
Alpha Epsilon scored a one point
victory over Delta Tau Delta,
49-48. Tony Corneilson led the
Kress Signs Pro
Football Contract
Former Michigan halfback, Ted
Kress, yesterday signed a contract
with the Washington Redskins
professional football team.
Kress was the 29th draft choice
of the Redskins. He is the twelfth
rookie to sign with Washington
of the 1954 season.
Kress led the Michigan gridiron
team in kickoff returns with eight
for 155 yards and a 19.3 average
for the 1953 season. He was sec-
and to sophomore halfback Tony
Branoff in scoring with 36 points
on six touchdowns.
He is the second Wolverine play-
er to sign a professional football
contract. Bob Topp, All Conference
end, earlier signed with the New
York Giants.

SAEs with 19 markers and Bill
Koepke scored 13 in a losing ef-
fort. The halftime score was
22-22.
Sigma Nu whipped Theta Chi
in a first place playoff, 40-37 with
Ed Sleder leading the way with 14
points.
- * * *
PHI GAMMA Delta 'A' team held
on to a four point halftime bulge
to win by that score over Beta
Theta Pi, 39-35. Al Mann did most
for the victors' cause by scoring 14
points.
Phi Sigma Delta won another
of the night's thriller, 28-27, over
Chi Psi. Stu Sperling scored 10
points to pace the winners.
Warren Wertheimer led Sigma
Alpha Mu to the evening's biggest
runaway as they slaughtered Zeta
Psi, 50-12,. The SAM stalwart gar-
nered 16 points to outscore the op-
position by himself.
** * *-
DELTA PHI 'B' outfit dropped
its game to Alpha Delta Phi, Delta
Chi won by forfeit over Chi Phi.
In the lone professional frater-
nity battle of the night, Phi Chi
romped over Psi Omega, 40-18.
Other scores:
VOLLEYBALL
Museum 6, Minerology 0
Psychology 6, Sociology 0
LATE SCORES
College Basketball
Texas 68, Texas Christian 59
Nigara 65, Colgate 57
Rice 90, Southern Methodist 64
Oklahoma A & M 77, Tulsa 46
* * *
National Basketball Association
Minneapolis 91, Syracuse 87
New York 86, Boston 71

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. . . outstanding senior
Illini, Indiana
Contend for
Cage Crown
By WARREN WERTHEIMER
It's Illinois' cagers at Indiana
this Saturday night with the out-
come determining whether one or
three teams will capture the Big
Ten basketball title.
The Hoosiers maintained their
hold on first place over the week-
end but both the Illini and Iowa
crept a half game closer. The sit-
uation is now this: Indiana has
won 11 of its 13 Western Confer-
ence games, the Hawkeyes have
completed their schedule and have
lost one more than the leaders,
while Illinois is a full game out
with a 10-3 mark.-
* * * .
SHOULD THE Hoosiers defeat
the team from Champaign, they
will take the Big Ten crown and
the NCAA berth that goes along
with it. However, an Illini victory
would cause a three-way deadlock
and most likely result in a vote to
decide the NCAA participant.
The Bloomington five won Its
only weekend encounter, routing
Ohio State at Columbus, 84-68.
Don Schlundt, the league's lead-
ing scorer with 354 points, tal-
lied 27 of them Saturday, while
sophomore Wally Choice con-
tributed 20 as the Hoosiers
cinched a tie for the conference
title.
Iowa stayed in contention by
taking a pair of games. The Hawk-
eyes moved into East Lansing Sat-
urday and outscored Michigan
BIG TEN STANDINGS
W L Pet.
Indiana ..............11 2 .846
Iowa................11 3 .46
Illinois ............10 3 .769
Minnesota ............ 9 4 .69
Wisconsin ............ 6 7 .462
Northwestern ......... 6 8 .429
Ohio State .......... 5 9 .357
Michigan State......3 10 .231
MICHIGAN......3 10 .231
Purdue ..... ......3 11 .214
State, 60-48. Two days later Iowa
City quintet toppled OSU on the1
former's home court, 84-71.
THE THIRD-PLACE Illinois
cagers also were successful in both
of their weekend tussles, although
not before they had a couple of
scares. The Illini were unable to
break away from Michigan until
the final quarter on Saturday
night. However John Kerr started
to find the range in the final ten
minutes and Harry Combes' five
won going away, 79-61.
Monday, Illinois came from 15
points down to edge Northwest-
ern, 84-82. Kerr tossed in 32 tal-
lies and is in second place in the
conference scoring race with 342
markers.
In other games, Wisconsin lost
to Purdue Saturday, 71-66, before
trouncing Michigan State 79-56
two days later. Minnesota, led by
Dick Garmaker's 32-point splurge,
beat Northwestern, 81-69.
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Gym Squad E
TonightinFi
By DAVE BAAD
Michigan's gymnastics team,
boasting three straight victories
after some rather shaky early sea-
son performances, faces Michigan
State tonight in its last home dual
meet of the season.
The match starting at 7:30 p.m.1
will be held in the large gym of
the Intramural Building.
UNDEFEATED in home compe-
tition this year, the Wolverines are
expecting their toughest opposition
since early February when the
squad dropped a 55-41 decision at
Illinois.
Coach Newt Loken, who has
seen his team breeze to rather
one-sided triumphs over Minne-
sota, Ohio State and Northwest-
ern during the past three weeks
predicts a 49-47 score with the
verdict going either direction de-7
pending on which squad picks up'
the breaks.
The main reason for Michigan'st
fear of the Spartans is their sen-
sational star Charlton Rintz, who
finished second in all-around per-
formance last season in the NCAA
tournament.
THE MUSCULAR star is an al-
most certain first place winner in,
all the apparatus events and inj
Michigan State's recent 49-47 vic-
tory over Minnesota he grabbed
four wins with no scores under 269
points.
He amassed a 281 total on the
side horse and a 280 on the
high bar.
Although the Spartans don'tj
have too much depth behind l
Rentz, Bob Cunning and Ken Cook
can be counted upon for import-
ant place points. Cunning, who

meet and last Saturday Captain
Mary Johnson only competed in
one event due to a bad wrist.
Johnson's wrist is sufficient-
ly healed to stand the rigors of
full time action tonight but his
timing will possibly be off due
to the inactivity accompanying
the injury.
Along with Johnson, seniors Lee
Krumbholz, Dick Bergman and
Wes Wenrich will be performing
in the last home meet of their
careers.
KRUMBHOLZ, who got off to a
slow start this season has been
outstanding in the last two dual
meets. Last Saturday he picked up
26 /2 points against Northwestern,
only four less than the whole Wild-
cat team scored.
The slim all-around star won
four events and garnered a third
in another.
SPORTS
* * *
WARREN WERTHEIMER
Night Editor

ngages MSC CONF
al Home Meet Fr
By
competes in five events is a par- ! The Big
ticularly strong tumbler and paral- to be held
lel bar man and Cook racked up bor the 4,
264 points on the flying rings will bring
against Minnesota. galaxy of
* * * compete in

TO COMBAT the State threat Once, defeated Michigan and
to Michigan's flawless home rec- the undefeated defending West-
ord, Loken will have his team at ern Conference champion Ohio
full strength forthe first time in State will presentto the confer-
two weeks. Jim Barbero, viho ran ence swimming fans the nucleus
into some difficulties with his of the freestyle strength.
draft board missed the Ohio State *

a Big Ten Title meet.

BILL STONE
Ten swimming finals'
this week in Ann Ar-
5, and 6th of March,
together the greatest
freestyle stars ever to

THE 50-YARD and 100-yard
sprints will be featured by return
engagements between Ohio's Dick
Cleveland and Michigan's Don i
Hill. Last Saturday Cleveland
nosed out Hill by a hair three
times in the dual meet between
the OSU and Wolverine swimming
squads and the Michigan ace is
determined to gain back some of
his lost glory against the record-
breaking Hawaiian.
Al Kuhn, captain of the
Northwestern Wildcats; who fin-
ished fourth in the 50-yard
crawl in the 1953 conference
meet, will be a significant figure
in the sprints, along with the
dependable Tom Whiteleather of
Ohio State.
Co-captain Tom Benner, Olym-
pian Ron Gora, and the fast-im-
proving Bobby Knox may get calls
from Coach Matt Mann in the
short distance events for Michi-
gan. Illinois' Nick Karpincheck,
Michigan State's Tom Payette and
Chuck Baldwin, and Dick Pen-
nington of Iowa will all be scrap-
ping for berths among the con-
ference elite.
THE MIDDLE and long distance
events are led by the incompar-
able Ford Konno of Ohio State.
Konno broke two records last-
weekend as the Buckeyes were
trimming Michigan at Columbus.
The flashy Olympic star chalked

"BUMPY" JONES
. . . defending titlist

ILLINOIS CHALLENGED-
Four Teams Highlight Big Ten Track Meet

up a new world record in the 220-
yard freestyle event with a time
of 2:04.7, and set a new collegiate
mark in the 440 when he churned
the distance in 4:29.4. Konno is
also the defending Big Ten 1500-
meter champion. .
Maize and Blue fans are hop-
ing that Bumpy Jones, 1953
winner of the Big Ten 220
crown, can repeat his last sea-
son's triumph over Konno, al-
though the way the little speed-
ster from Columbus is moving
lately this will be a difficult
task to accomplish.
Rocco Cirigliano will accompany

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and the 1500-meter races. Cirig-
liano is a man to be reckoned
with as he placed high in both
these events last season. John
O'Reilly and Ron Gora may swim
in the middle or long distance fea-
tures for the Wolverines.
ROSS LUCAS of Iowa and Dick
Talbot of Purduewere both final-
ists in the 1953 conference cham-
pionships in the 1500-meter and
220-yard respectively, and each
man figures to be around for the
finals this year. Michigan State's
Jack Beattie will be the chief
hope of the Lansing fans in the
distance events.
Michigan, despite its setback
to Ohio State last Saturday still
must be given the nod as favor-
ite in the 400-yard freestyle re-
lay. Coach Matt Mann is not
sure of the combination that he
will enter to defend the Wolver-
ine's Big Ten relay title, but one
thing is certain and that is that
co-captain Hill will oppose
Cleveland as the anchor man of
the Wolverine quartet.
Michigan State, Wisconsin, and
Purdue seem to measure closest
to the quality of the Michigan
and Ohio State foursomes. The
freestyle events, because of their
point value will be the most influ-
ential of any group of races in de-
termining who will emerge as the
1954 Big Ten Conference swim-
ming champion Saturday night.
One would be quite safe in say-
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By AL EISENBERG I The
Michigan State and Iowa will tec
be the only teams to offer Illinois counte
and Michigan any strong competi- Purdue
tion in the Big Ten track meet at availab
Champaign, this coming Saturday. Champ
The Spartans, who finished third Dave R
In last year's conference meets, pair o1
will offer opposition to Illinois in who hE
the shorter events. In the dashes this s
Michigan State will have such top Hughes
performers as Ed Brabham and ord in
Travis Buggs, and in the 440, Lou.-
Vargha, who holds the outdoor .
record with an 0:48.2 effort, in the
Lowell
MICHIGAN STATE will also be half in
represented by some excellent men
in the hurdles. John Corbelli, cap-
tain of the team, veteran Henry
Gillis, and sophomore Joe Savoldi,
Jr. will offer some stern competi-
tion Ij
Iowa's 1954 squad is consider-
ed by many, to be better than
the team which finished fourth
in last year's indoor meet. With
such excellent men as Pete Hes-
seltine in the 60-yard dash and
Larry Ebert, who has run the
half-mile in 1:55.2, the Hawk-
eyes will give the Spartans a
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same personnel that ac-
d for all of the scoring for
in last year's meet will be
le for the Boilermakers at
aign this Saturday. Coach
ankin will rely heavily on a
f seniors, Gene Matthews,
as run the mile in 9:26.9
eason, and hurdler Tom
s, who holds the Purdue rec-

4:14.0, are the outstanding per-
formers of the Indiana team.
Ohio State, though improved
over last year, is still thin in
many events for the Buckeyes
have only 19 members on their
team. Joe Morgan is perhaps the
outstanding individualperform-
er on the squad. Morgan,

his specialty. Captain Bob Ehrhart, Big Ten
* * * pole vault champion, is Northwest-
HOMORE Lennie Robinson ern's chief scoring threat. A ver-
440-yard and co-captain satile performer, he will double in
Zellers, who has run the the high jump. Sophomores make
n 1:56.1 and the mile in up the bulk of the team.
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