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THURSDAY'., F."RUARY 1.1, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

ThURSDAY, FEBRUARY ii, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

Alpha Tau Omega Five
Topples Phi Sigs, 38-34

FIVE IN A ROW:

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Denver Sweep Moves'' Icers Into Third Place

By MARV. SIEGEL
Paced by Lou Baldacci's ten
markers, Alpha Tau Omega edged
Phi Sigma Delta, 38-34 in a wild
and wooly Fraternity "A" basket-
ball league game played at the
-I-MB Building last night.
The Sigma Nu 'A' cagers con-
tihued their winning ways by
trouncing Kappa Alpha Psi, 46-
17, while Tau Kappa Epsilon, lead
by Armin Tufer's 15 points toppled
Alpha Kappa Epsilon rather han-
dily, 47-28.
* . *
SIGMA ALPHA MU'S devastat-
ing fast break proved too,formid-
able a weapon for bewildered Aca-
cia to cope with as the Sammie
'A' five smashed to a 75-1 win.
Tom Kovan with 20 markers, Vic
Spear who notched 15 points and
Joel Tauber and Warren Werthei-
mer with 12 tallies each were the
men in the double fgures for Sig-
ma Alpha Mu.
In another "A" contest Phi
Delta Theta crushed Delta Chi
92 to 18. Ken Moore with six-
teen field goals and one foul for
an impressive 33 points and
. Jack Corbett with .19 markers
lead the victors' scoring parade.
Alpha Phi Alpha's 'A' team,
r sparked by Earl Johnson's'vital 10
points, outlasted Kappa Sigma by
a score of 36 to 20.
ALPHA DELTA Phi received
some fine sharpshooting from An-
dy Andrews who totaled 20 points
and Thad Stanford who garnered
19 counters, and breezed past hap-
less Delta Kappa Epsilon, in the
final 'A' encounter, 58-16.
In a, key "B" league struggle,
Sigma Chi overpowered a weak-
er Phi Kappa Psi quintet, 64-23.
Joe McKoan, with eight crucial
field goals for 16 markers topped
the Sigma Chi scoring.
The Beta Theta Pi .B' team
clung to. a narrow two-point edge
throughout most of - its struggle
with Phi Sigma Delta and squeez-
ed to a 34-32 win.
s* *
Alpha Delta Phi nipped Phi
Sigma Delta 31-30, staving off
the Phi Sig attack in the wan-
ing moments of the game and
Kappa Sigma outlasted Theta
Chi, 24-21, in a pair of tight 'B'
battles.
Chi Psi's Ken Moore emulated
his Phi Delt namesake as he lead
his squad to a 62-6 rout of Alpha
Sigma Phi's 'B' hoopsters, while
the Psi Upsilon 'B'. outfit crushed
Phi Kappa Sigma, 53-23.

Powerful MSC Tank Team
Readies for Wolverine Meet

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By JACK HORWITZ j
"We've got a young team and
how well we do depends on how'
our new men come along."
This is the situation confront-
ing coach Charles McCaffree and
the Michigan State swimming
squad as they prepare to face a
powerful Wolverine team in the
renewal of a tiaditional rivalryl
this Saturday in the Intramural
pool.
* * *
THE SPARTANS are seeking to
replace the key men lost through
graduation from last year's squad.
Gone are Bert McLachlan, 1953
All-American, Frank Reynolds,
Bob Schumacher, Charles Egeler
and Ken Coyne..,
To plug these holes, McCaf-
free has developed such men as
John Dudeck, a '53 All-Ameri-
can, Tom Payette, Chuck Bald-
win, Jack Hellwege, Lanny
Johnson, and Bruce Aldrich.
Baldwin and Payette are two
outstanding freestyle sprinters.
Both men were named to the 1952
All-American team in the 400-
yard freestyle relay. Baldwin also
earned a berth on the 1953 All-
American squad on the 300-yard
medley relay team. He also enters
the backstroke events. Payette has
been a place winner in the 50-1
yard freestyle in the Western Con-
CERAMICS
make good gifts
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ference meets for the past two
years.
* * *
HELLWEGE earned a berth on
the 1953 All-American squad as a
diver. He was rated tenth in the
nation among the college divers on
both the one and the three meter
boards.
Johnson has been swimming
behind All-American McLach-
Ian for the past two years and
has shown promise in the dis-
tance and middle-distance free-
style races.
Promoted from last year's fresh-
man squad are Jack Beattie and
Robin Hesse. These men will
strengthen the Spartan tank
squad in the 50, 100, and 200-yard
freestyle events.
McCAFFREE also has some
sophomores who show great prom-
ise lack the much needed experi-
ence.
The 1953 Michigan State swim-
ming squad had an impressive
dual meet record, winning seven
and dropping only one. In the
Western Conference meet they
placed third behind Ohio State
and Michigan. They went on to
the N.C.A.A. meet where they fin-
ished in the top six schools, gar-
nering a fifth place tie with North
Carolina.

By HANLEY GURWIN
Michigan's hockey team, cur-
rently riding along on a five game
winning streak, is taking two days
of much needed rest after playing
four games in five nights.
Tomorrow the Wolverine puck-
men swing back into action with
the first of two games with the
Colorado College Tigers here this
week-end. Resting in third place
in the Western Hockey League
standings, the Maize aed Blue sex-
tet must win both games to stay
in contention for an NCAA play-
off berth.
* * *
MICHIGAN'S twin victories over
Denver earlier this week were most
gratifying to Wolverine coach Vic
Heyliger. Commenting on the play
of his charges, Heyliger said, "T'o4s
was one of the finest displays of
team spirit and courage I have
ever seen. They wanted this series

and they gave every ounce they
had to win it despite all obstacles."
By obstacles Heyliger was re-
ferring to the bad weather the
team encountered at Houghton
last weekend and the loss of sev-
eral players because of ineligibil-
ity and injuries.
After the series with Michigan
Tech last week-end, the team was
scheduled to fly back in order to
rest up for the two games with
Denver. However a snowstorm
changed the plans completely and
the squad had to take an overnight
train to Milwaukee from where it
had to wait several more hours to
make connections home.
* * *
THE LOSS of Telly Mascarin,
Don McArthur and Lou Paolatto
because of scholastic difficulty
plus the unavailability of Reg
Shave because of an injured eye
added to the Wolverine problems.

BILL MACFARLAND
. . . top goal-getter
Rangers Edge
Wings; Boston
Beats Toronto
NEW YORK- (4P) - The New
York Rangers handed the league
leading Detroit Red Wings their
first loss in eight games last night
despite two goals by Gordy Howe,
the National Hockey League's top
scorer.
New York built a 2-0 lead in
the first period on goals by Harry
Howell and Paul Ronty. The win-
ners' Bob Chrystal matched
Howe's second period tally and
after the Detroit ace scored early
in the final period, New York held
the losers with excellent defen-
sive play.
* * *
BOSTON 3, TORONTO 2
TORONTO - (R)- The Boston
Bruins capitalized on Toronto pen-
alties for two first period goals
last night and went on to defeat
the Maple Leafs, 3-2.

BEST
BUYS
j EVER

Playing with only 11 men dressed
for the games, Heyliger's squad
turned in two great victories over
Denver.
Scoring four goals in the
opener, Sophomore Bill Mac-
Farland continued his sensa-
tional display of stick-handling
and goal-getting and increased
his total for the season to 20.

Combined with 11 assists, the 31
point scoring total places him
behind only Doug Mullen and
George Chin as high scorers on
the squad.
Mullen, who has beei a real
iron-man all year playing close
to 50 minutes in every game,
teams with Chin and Pat Cooney
on the first line which has pro-
duced 28 goals this season.

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