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WEDNESDAY, MA H 16, 1955

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGN T 111:

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1 9 5 5 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREW

IIMunn Predicts
Delts Defeat AEPi, 33-21,
In Second Place Hoop Final

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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
with.
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
VOLLEYBALL
Cooley "A" 6, Sociology "B" 0
Psychology "B" 4, Museum 2
Geology 6, Air Science 0
WATER POLO
Kappa Sigma 1, Chi Phi 0
Sigma Alpha Epsilon defeated
Psi Upsilon (forfeit)
Sigma Alpha Mu defeated Ac-
acia (forfeit)
BASKETBALL
Eagle Hawkers defeated For-
resters (forfeit)
Philosophy-Michigan 17,
LSA 1S

the gap in the second half. Bill
Koepke and Al Price paced the
winners with 10 and six points re-
spectively.'
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-
ers.
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.
DAVE GREY
Night Editor
.1

id TV
Committee
Gets Views
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-
den said:
"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-
al televising.
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.
DAILY BOMBARDED:
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
3."
At this the other party would
sputter and utter in wonderment
a weak, "Thank you."

I

Gone
TORONTO (A)-Tom Dub-
linski, second-strong quarter-
back with the Detroit Lions of
the National Football League,
has signed with Toronto of the
Big Four for the 1955 season.
Terms were not announced.

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Fx ELECT
HANLEY GURWIN'
to BOARD IN CONTROL
of STUDENT PUBLICATIONS
Four Years of Campus and Publication Experience

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night no word had been received
on the proceedings at Broadmoor,
and the answer was the same to
each party, "Call back at 1:00."
Finally at 12:15 a.m. the first
score came over the wire-Michi-
gan 2; Colorado 1 at the end of
two periods. By this time, all four
lines at The Daily were flooded.
On being told the score, one
Michigan coed replied, "Oh it's so
close, anything can happen, I'll
call back later!" She kept her
word. Some reacted with yelps of
supreme joy, others took the news
calmly, as if everything was pro-
ceeding exactly as they had plan-
ned.
At 1:00 a.m., Sunday, Phil Doug-
lis, Daily Hockey Editor, phoned
from Colorado that Michigan was
again NCAA hockey champs. By
Banquets Planned
To Meet Your Budget
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Tower Hotel Phone 2-4531

Michigan's 1955 tennis schedule
was recently announced by net
coach Bill Murphy.
The Wolverines, who finished
behind only Indiana in last year's'
United States
Leads Games
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
games.
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
baseball victory.
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Has wit, broad humor
and genuine pathos. A
fine picture!" -N.Y. News

Big Ten championship meet, will
have three exhibition matches and
10 regular season dual contests.
Early April Trip
On their annual spring tour the
Maize and Blue will meet Vander-
bilt at Nashville on April 4th;
Georgia Tech at Atlanta-two days
later; Georgia at Athens on April
7th.
The schedule follows:
May 3-Wayne, here
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-
ference at Northwestern
June 20-25- National Intercol-
legiate at North Carolina
The Theosophical Society
in Ann Arbor
presents
A PUBLIC LECTURE
""PHILOSOPHY
of MAN"
The public is cordially invited.
No Admission charge.
WED., MAR. 16, 8:00 P.M.
Meeting Place: 736 South State
(N.W. corner State and Hill)

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