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, FEBRUARY 22, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

%g Chs Phi
ambda Phi, Phi Kappal
* Also Win I-M Clashes

Gums

ories by Sigma Chi and Phi
ia Delta last night highlight-
opening of the intramural
am first place basketball
Ifs.
na Chi. downed Phi Delta
42-32, in a game which was
loving right from the start.
all hero Tom Maentz led
Chi in scoring with 11
. The Phi Delts had no one
ble figures.
ling by only six points at
me, 32-26, Sigma Chi slowed
down a bit in the second
inally notching the win by
nts. Cheering his team on
the sidelines was varsity
Ron Kramer,
- Close Game
nwhile, the Phi Gans had
her time, as they edged Beta
Pi 32-27. The game started
her slowly, with both teams
gers Hurt
* Poor Foul
of Record
Istics often tell the story.
latest Michigan basketball
g figures show that the Wol-
s have actually netted more
goals over the season than
opponents, but those free
--uh !
local cagers have hit on 332
attempts from the charity
18 games, for a 61 per cent
e, Their Big Ten average
them dead last. Many high
lquintets' in the country
1y have better records in
ategory.
tain Tom Jorgensen can't be
d for his team's record--he
onnected on 60 of 71 tries
the foul line-and sports a
nt 84.5 average. Soph Pete
on, on the other hand, has
per cent mark, which places
ist among the starters.
118-Point Deficit
Wolverines have scored 495
,oals to their opponents' 464,
118-pnt deficit in the "FT"
a partly explains the cur-
8-10 won-lost record this

being especially careful with their
ball handling.
Finally the Phi Gams better re-
bounding began to pay off, and
sparked by Clinton Wagner's 14
points, they eked out the victory.
In the third of the four first
place games, ATO was upset by Phi
Kappa Tau, 34-31. Roy Baril led
the Phi Kappa Tau attack with
16 points, while Carl Kamhout,
another football player, scored 10
for ATO.
In the other big game of the
night, Pi Lambda Phi literally
smothered Sigma Alpha Mu, 50-28.
Leading the scoring in this tradi-
tional rivalry was Leon Greenblatt
with 20 points. Pi Lamb's Bill
Pittler and Ivan Goldberg also
scored in the double figures with
10 points each..
The Sammies tied the game
early in the first half, but three
quick field goals by Greenblatt put
Pi Lamb ahead to stay.
Big Upset
The biggest upset of the night
appeared in the second place play-
offs, when Delta Upsilon nipped
Sigma Phi Epsilon, 41-39. The Sig
Eps were favored in this game, but
led by Jim Meyers 19 points, DU
held off the Sig Eps late rally.
In other games, Lambda Chi
Alpha defeated Theta X 30-21.
High scoring honors in this con-
testwent to ThetaXi's John Die-
mal who notched 11 markers.
In two other second place play-
off games, Kappa Sigma was beat-
en by Phi Kappa Psi 34-25, and
Chi Psi held off Delta Tau Delta
29-27.
OTHER SCORES:
Third Place Pkayoffs:
Chi Phi 29, Sigma Alpha Epsilon 20
ZBT 40, TKE 26
Triangle 22, Trigon 20
Sigma Nu 39, Sigma Phi 24
Fourth Place Playoffs
Alpha Sigma Phi over DKE
(forfeit)
Delta Chi Chi-Delta Sigma Phi
(double forfeit)
Phi Delta Chi-Psi Upsilon
(double forfeit)
Zeta Psi over Phi Epsilon Pi
(forfeit)

MIKE RODRIGUEZ
.. , he's Big Ten champ

Improved Matmen Favored
Over Toledo Here Tonight
By ED BERNREUTER
This evening at 8 p.m. Michi- confernccondition of 147-pond
gan's rapidly improving wrestling sophomore Jack Porter wrestling
squad will make its final home ap- at 137 pounds.
pearance of the season, against the Either Dan Deppe or Charley
University of Toledo. Anderson will represent the Wol-
The favored Wolverine grap-vAnesin the pondih -
plers, with an overall record of verines in the 123 pound weight
4-3 for the current campaign, will division.
be out to extend their present win- Agrappler for the 147-pound

Anyone interested in partici-
pating in freshman track, report
to the track locker room on the
first floor of Yost Field House
at 4:00 today.
-John Moule
ning streak to five. The so-
phomore - predominant Toledoans,
competing in the Mid-American
Conference with great success in
recent years, have thus far com-
piled a 6-2 record.
Star Rocket
Toledo coach, Joe Scalzo, who
will also coach the U.S. Greco-
Roman wrestling team in the
forthcoming Olympics, is depend-
ing on captain and 177-pound
conference champ, Dick Bonacci,
to lead the way.
Coach Cliff Keen's line up is not
definite as yet due to the doubtful

Tankmen Face Powerful OSU Saturday;
Free Stylers, Divers Hold Key To Win

Kramer, incidentally, is tle only
thigan player who has averaged
double figures. He has scored
Z points for a 20.6 average per
me. Jorgensen is next with 9.9,
lowed by Tillotson's 8.9 and
rrier's 8.5 per game.
Although Tillotson is at the
tom of Michigan's free throws
, he has scored on 41.6 per cent
his attempts from the floor-
's in that department.
Four Games Left
Weanwhile, the cagers find
mselves with but four games
naining on this season's sched-
'is Saturday they will play the
iversity of Wisconsin at Yost
ld House. The final away game
1 be the following Monday
inst Purdue, and then the
lverines will wind up the seasona
,h home games against Minne-
a and Michigan State, early in

By AL WINKELSTEIN "
(Second of Two Parts)
This weekend the Wolverine na-
tators travel to Columbus, Ohio to
meet top-rated Ohio State in the
final dual meet of the season.
The Buckeyes rate as the power
of the Big Ten again this season,
and off the season's record, it will
take a tremendous effort on the
Wolverine's part to upset them.
Have Potential
Despite the loss of the Wardrop
twins via suspension, the Maize
and Blue still must be rated as a
team with enough potential to
cause Ohio State a lot of trouble,
and with a little luck, might even
upset them.
Michigan's diving which had
been rated pre-season as one of
its biggest weakness, has turned
out to be one of the stronger points.
With Charlie Bates, John Mur-
phy and John Nancy, the Wolver-
ines have three of the better div-

ers in the conference. Bates was
undefeated in conference compe-
tition until last weekend in the
Indiana meet when Murphy beat
him
If Ohio State does not improve
on their times in the recent North-
western meet, Michigan stands an
even better chance of upsetting
them. The Buckeyes won, but
definitely did not appear to be
unbeatable on their times of that
meet.
The loss of the Wardrops, al-
-though a serious blow to the team,
is not fatal. The team still has
many other outstanding perform-
ers, who will be threats both in
the Ohio State and the Conference
meets.
Captains Star
Co-captain John O'Reilly has
been a consistant winner for the
Wolverines, in the free style
events. Mike Delaney, the other
captain, Fritz Meyers, Jim Kruth-

Most likely to succeed -
in more ways than one

r /

He rates a hand from his prof, not
only for sinking'the most buckets, but
also for knowing how to pick his
clothes. This Arrow University
button-down shirt is beautifully
tailored gingham in an authentic tar.
tan, $5.95-also available in oxford
cloth (choice of nine colors), $5.00.
When worn together with Arrow
chino slacks, (pleatless front and
back strap) they mark the influen-
tial guy on campus. Slacks, $5.95.
-ARROWb

-first in fashion
SHIRTS TIES SLACKS

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