WEDNESDAY, MA H 16, 1955
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
PAGN T 111:
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Delts Defeat AEPi, 33-21,
In Second Place Hoop Final
By AL KONOP
It was a spectacular one man
showing against a balanced team
offense as Delta Tau Delta down-
ed Alpha Epsilon Pi, 33 to 21, in
the second place "A" finals at the
I-M Building last night.
Don Mazin, AEP's only scoring
threat, meshed 16 points but that
wasn't enough. The Delts, with
eight men breaking into the scor-
ing column, had too much team
balance for the AEP's to cope
Delts Pull Away
After a 6-6 tie midway in the
first half the Delts pulled away
to a 19-11 lead at the end of the
stanza. They continued to widen
OTHER I-M SCORES
Cooley "A" 6, Sociology "B" 0
Psychology "B" 4, Museum 2
Geology 6, Air Science 0
Kappa Sigma 1, Chi Phi 0
Sigma Alpha Epsilon defeated
Psi Upsilon (forfeit)
Sigma Alpha Mu defeated Ac-
Eagle Hawkers defeated For-
the gap in the second half. Bill
Koepke and Al Price paced the
winners with 10 and six points re-
Phi Kappa Sigma was never be-
hind in gaining a 32-21 win over
Sigma Phi Epsilon for the second
place "B" finals. Larry Catlin,
with 21 points sparked the win-
ner's offense. Hugh Gouldthorpe's
seven points was high for the los-
Phi Sigma Delta Wins
In the "B" third place finals a
late rally by Alpha Delta Phi fell
short as Phi Sigma Delta won a
hard fought 22-21 decision. Rave
Wisenburg led the winners scoring
six points. High scorer for the Al-
pha Delts was Nels Jensen with 10.
In the "A" third place finals
Theta Chi took a forfeit from
Delta Chi. Theta Delta Chi edged
Delta Upsilon, 25-24, in the fourth
place "B" finals.
Of MsC, 'M'
LANSING, P)-Michigan foot-
ball fans can count on seeing ei-
ther Michigan or Michigan State
in at least five televised football
games next season.
This was the prediction made by
Biggie Munn, MSC athletic direc-
tor, in a legislative hearing on a
bill to force televising of home
games of the two institutions.
Testify on Merits of Bill
Munn and Arthur L. Brandon, of
the U. of M. athletic board of con-
trol, testified before the commit-
tee on the merits of the bill.
Brandon said the measure would
jeopardize relationships of both
schools with the Big Ten confer-
ence. Both Brandon and Munn
just returned from a Big Ten
meeting in Chicago.
Brandon's statement was sup-
ported by E. L. Harden, chairman
of the MSC athletic council. Har-
"You can best attain your tele-
vision goal if you withhold legis-
lative pressure and accept the
progress already made at a facul-
ty level in the Big Ten."
New NCAA Policy
A new National Collegiate Asso-
ciation television policy calls for
telecasting each year five games
nationally and five games region-
ally. In addition, three dates would
be held open for possible nation-
Following the testimony, com-
mittee members agreed to table
the bill. Since a two-thirds vote is
necessary to get it out on the
floor, it appeared to be dead.
Sponsors of the bill, Reps. John
J. Fitzpatrick (D-Detroit) and Da-
vid Lindsey (D-Detroit), said past
national football television pro-
grams were inadequate and Michi-
gan residents are entitled to see
the two schools' games televised
more often. -
DON MAZIN of Alpha Epsilon Pi sinks a one hand jump shot
during last night's basketball second place "A' playoff against
Delta Tau Delta in I-M competition. The Delts won, 33-21, despite
Mazin's 16 points.
Campus Waits Expectantly
For Newls of Hockey Final
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By BILL VIANDS
While the Wolverine pucksters
were battling to their fifth NCAA
championship Saturday, the cam-
pus waited expectantly for the
first results to come in from the
wilds of Colorado.
Gradually, the trickle of calls to
the Daily, beginning at 10:00, be-
came a torrent which required two
people to handle. Up until mid-
this time, the phones were begin-
ning to ring in unison. Staff mem-
bers agree that approximately 175
calls were received from 11:30 p.m.
until 2:00 a.m.
So numerous were the calls that
staff members, instead of answer-
ing in the customary, "Michigan
Daily," just picked up the receiver
and said, "Michigan 5;. Colorado
At this the other party would
sputter and utter in wonderment
a weak, "Thank you."
TORONTO (A)-Tom Dub-
linski, second-strong quarter-
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the National Football League,
has signed with Toronto of the
Big Four for the 1955 season.
Terms were not announced.
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Finally at 12:15 a.m. the first
score came over the wire-Michi-
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On being told the score, one
Michigan coed replied, "Oh it's so
close, anything can happen, I'll
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supreme joy, others took the news
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from Colorado that Michigan was
again NCAA hockey champs. By
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The Wolverines, who finished
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MEXICO CITY (P)--Young Ar-
nold Sowell of Pittsburgh de-
throned the mighty Mal Whitfield
in the 800 meter run yesterday as
the United States swept to three
of the four track and field cham-
pionships in the Pan-American
Fortune Gordien, the world's
record holder in the discus, and
the Rev. Bob Richards, greatest of
the modern pole vaulters, captur-
ed their events to give Uncle Sam
eight of thenten men's track and
field championships decided so far
in these hemispheric olympics.
The United States unfurled a
late-inning home run punch Tues-
day to defeat the Dominican Re-
publican, 6-5, for their second
straight Pan - American Games
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Big Ten championship meet, will
have three exhibition matches and
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Early April Trip
On their annual spring tour the
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bilt at Nashville on April 4th;
Georgia Tech at Atlanta-two days
later; Georgia at Athens on April
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May 6-Northwestern, here
May 7-Wisconsin, there
May 11-Western Mich., there
May 13-Notre Dame, here
May 14-Ohio State, here
May 16-Michigan State, there
May 18-Detroit, here
May 20-Indiana, there
May 21-Ilinois, there
May 26, 27, 28-Western Con-
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June 20-25- National Intercol-
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