WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1956
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Champion Tracksters Prepare
) For Conference Outdoor Action
Fraternity 'A' Cagers Win Semis; Reeves Cops Diving
Sigma Chi and Phi Kappa Sig-
ma came through with blazing
wins to gain the final playoffs in
the I-M fraternity 'A' basketball
Admirable back - board work
reaped John Morrow 13 points to
lead a well balanced offense that
sank Phi Gamma Delta, 47-30, be-
neath powerful Sigma Chi.
Meanwhile 16 points by Earnest
Myers and 10 more by Jim Vuko-
vich spirited Phi Kappa Sigma,
last year's champion, to a 41-26
victory over Pi Lambda Phi.
Reeves House swept the Resi-
dence Halls Diving finals by
bagging first, second and fourth
First went to Monte Bullard on
a fine showing, while Chris Keifer
grabbed second and Chuck Pickett
took fourth. Jack Johnson from
Cooley placed third, followed by
Bob Batten of Chicago House fifth,
Dave Perry of Williams sixth, Pat
Donohue of Gomberg seventh
and John Swanbery of Williams
Two of the participants dove for
the fraternity diving finals, which
will be completed tomorrow night.
St. Louis 102, Phila. 97
New York 119, Boston 99
"It's hard to single out any one
guy; they all were terrific."
Don Canham thus cited Satur-
day's great team ;effort on the part
of his Michigan track squad, lead-
ing to a second straight Western
Conference title. But he admitted
that there is work ahead.
Indoor track is one sport which,
on completion, leaves no room for
resting on laurels. The outdoor
season is approaching, and Can-
ham admits that it's hard to say
what' the future holds right now.
Perhaps some special mention
should go to the champions (and
near-champions) on the Wolver-
Jim Pace-the sprinter who al-
most won-was superb. Although
a photograph revealed that Michi-
gan State's Ed Brabham came in
first, with Pace second and North-
western's Chuck Carroll third, the
speedy soph ran admirably, and
should develop into a real threat
for the outdoor season.
Then there was the pride of
Helsinki, Finland - Eeles Land-
strom-who thrilled the crowd
with his record-breaking vault of
14'2". The old Jenison Fieldhouse
mark was set last year by Illinois'
Dale Foster. Landstrom's entrance
in the Finnish army next summer
will definitely leave a void in the
Pete Gray ran-beautifully to de-
fend his 1000-yard run supremacy,
only to succumb in the 880 after
running one torturous lap. Gray,
who has been in rather poor shape
for some time, confessed later that
"It was too much."
Ambitious Dave Owen has hinted
that he would like a spot on the
t U.S. Olympic squad, and the Big
Ten shot-put winner will be striv-
ing to improve his average heaves
of 'around 54'-W1_
Mark Booth continues to amaze
one and all with his ability to
jump almost a foot over his own
height. His winning jump was
6 6%"--he stands around 5'8".
Ron Wallingford provided one1
of the afternoon's thrills in the
two-mile. Running his typically
cautious race, he stayed several
feet' in-back of the leaders, then
brought the crowd yelling to its
feet when he called on his reserve
energy to win.,
Ron Kramer gained Michigan's
lone place for all-star basketball
laurels, as the Associated Press
named him to its second team
All-Big Ten squad.
Six seniors received first team
honors, including two each from
the league's winner and runner-
up, Iowa and Illinois, respectively.
Center Bill Logan and forward
Carl "Sugar" Cain represented
the champion Hawkeyes, while two
brilliant guards, Bill Ridley and
Paul Judson, took laurels for the
The Western Conference's top
two point makers Robin Freeman
of Ohio State and Julius McCoy
of Michigan State werethe other
1members of the first team.
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MICHIGAN'S EELES LANDSTROM
... army bound pole vault champion
Eastern collegiate hockey offi-
cials are again faced with the
difficult task of choosing which
two teams will play in the NCAA
playoffs, March 15-17.
A three-man committee is sched-
uled to meet today in Hanover,
N.H., to select the two squads that
will make the trip to Colorado
Springs. The choice, however, will
be far from an easy one.
Clarkson Tech, undefeated in 17
games through the end of last
month, liks seven four-year men
who will be ineligible to play in
the NCAA competition.
To make matters worse, St. Law-
rence, the East's next strongest
Team W L T Pts Pts
Michigan Tech ....14 4 0 17 5
MICHIGAN.......13 2 1 17 5
Colorado College .. .10 8 0 14 10
Minnesota........11 10 1 12 12
North Dakota ...... 7 13 0 10 14
Denver........... 6 8 2 10 14
Michigan State .... 1 17 $ 2 22
GAMES LEFT THIS WEEKEND
Michigan Tech at Michigan (2)
To win the WIHL title outright,
Michigan must win both games from
If Michigan wins only one of the
two remaining games, then both
teams will have the same number of
points but Tech will still be one
game up in the "won column."
team, also will lose four stars to
the NCAA eligibility ruling.
Both teams had the normal
waived for the 1952-53 season.
There was the understanding for
1955-56 that if either school had
a male enrollment under 750 that
the players would be able to com-
pete in the finals. Both schools,
however, have exceeded this figure.#
Other Eastern NCAA possibili-
ties include Boston College, R.P.I.,
* * *
Most Valuable Player
Between the second and third
periods of Saturday night's game
with Michigan Tech here, there
will be the presentation of the
new Hal Downes trophy to Michi-
gan's most valuable player for
Downes was a goalie for the
Wolverines in 1950-51. He lost his
life in 1952 when his plane was
shot do'wn over Korea. The trophy
is dedicated by former hockey 'M'
men, with the selection coming
this weekend via a vote of this
* * ;
General Admission tickets for
both games of this weekend's
WIHL championship series be-
tween Michigan and Michigan
Tech will go on sale Friday morn-
ing at 8:30 at the Athletic Admin-
There will be no sale before this
time. All reserved seats have al-
ready been sold.
Fraternity 'A' Games
Alpha Epsilon Pi 31, Phi Kappa Psi
Lambda Chi Alpha Alpha 35, Chi
Chi Phi 41, Triangle 26
Zeta Beta Tau 23, Sigma Nu 20
Zet Psi 42, Acacia 25
Theta Chi 53, Alpha Sigma Phi 21
Residence Hall 'B' Games
VanTyne 33, Williams 9
Michigan 33, Winchell 26
Taylor 30, Weniey 16
Cooley 38, Huber 21
Gomberg 40, Strauss 27
Reeves 46, Greene 41
Allen-Rumsey defeated Scott (for-
Adams defeated Lloyd (forfeit)
Ski Club Meets
The ULLR Ski Club has good
news for student ski enthusiasts.
Tonight the club will meet to make
definite arrangements for its an-
nuial spring vacation trip to Aspen,
Colo. Students interested in the
tour may attend the meeting at
7:30 at the Union. A $10 deposit
will be required to make reserva-
tions for the trip.
* * *
Rifle Team Wins
Michigan's unsung sportsmen,
the varsity rifle team, won its third
Big Ten dual meet of the season
during the past weekend.
Led by Jan Gogulski, who re-
corded a 298 score, Michigan out-
shot Ohio State 1424 to 1403. Oth-
er riflemen for Michigan were Paul
Hays, Tom Athanas, William
Woodruff, and Richard Roemer.
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