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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30,195$

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN

ATO,

Theta

Xi,

Win

I-M

Swim

Meets'
Detroit

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-I-M Scores-

Sigma Chi's, Chi Phi's,
Delts Register Victories

Howe Fires Two Goals as

VOLLEYBALL
Residence Halls
Williams 4, Allen-Rumsey 2
Winchell 6, Heyden 0 (forfeit)
Van Tyne 5, Huber 1
Strauss 6, Lloyd 0 (forfeit)
Reeves 6, Anderson 0 (forfeit)
Chicago 4, Adams 2
Professional Fraternity

Delta Theta Phi 6, Phi Delta
Chi 0
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 4, Sigma
Phi Epsilon 1 (first place
playoffs).
Faculty
Zoology 6, Political Science 0
(forfeit)
Cooley 6, Sociology 0
Psychology 6, Geology 0

Raps New York, 4-1; Canadiens Win

By PETE MARUDAS
In social fraternity swimming;
last night, Theta Xi led by Leon
McLaughlin overpowered out-
classed Sigma Nu, 39-16.
McLaughlin won the 25 yd. free
style event in the blazing time of
.10.8 and swam legs in both the
free style and medley relays.
Powerful Alpha Tau.Omega had
no trouble in beating Phi Epsilon
Pt, 37-20. Last year's social fra-
ternity champs paced by Frank
Randak and Chuck Steiner were
never headed.
Randak took the 25 yd. free
style and swam in both winning
relays, Steiner took the 50 yd.;
style easily and swam the last legs
in both relays.
Sigma Chiis a strong challenger]
for swimming laurels, ran away
from Pi Lambda Phi, 38-19. The
Sigs received stellar performances
from both Dave Smith and John
Madigan. Besides anchoring both]
relays, Madigan took the 25 yd.7
free style. The reliable Smith+

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swept the 25 yd. backstroke field
and swam legs in both relays.
In probably the night's most
exciting meet Chi Phi Just edged
out SAM, 311/2-251/2. Entering the
last event Chi Phi led by a mere
three points and had to take the
medley relay in order to win.
The Chi Phi's team made up,
of Don Gilger, Dave Shaub, andj
Perky Gilner nipped the hotly:
.pressing Sammies with a fine
time of 40:4 seconds.
In other meets, Lambda Chi
Alpha crushed Theta Chi, 44-11 as
Stan Head took the 25 yd. free
style and swam in both relays.
Delta Tau Delta completely
slammed Triangle, 46-11. The
Delts in a magnificent team effort
picked off every first, and second
place in the meet.
Other scorers were TKE 33, AEPi
22; Theta Delta Chi won over Phi
Sigma Delta 37-20, Beta Theta Pi
won by forfeit over Alpha Sigma
Phi, SAE also won by forfeit over
Delta Kappa Epsilon, and Hins-
dale forfeited to Huber.

By The Associated Press
Gordie Howe fired a pair of
{goals as the Detroit Red Wings
remained unbeaten on home ice
this season by blasting the New
York Rangers. 4-1, last night.
Howe's goals were his 11th and
12th of the season and were sand-
wiched between counters by de-
fensemen Marcel Pronovost and
Red Kelly.
Andy Bathgate cashed the New
York tally, his sixth, midway in
the second period while the Rang-
ers were shorthanded.

Detroit carried a 41-24 edge in
shooting and dominated play by
an even wider margin.
Pronovost started the Detroit
scoring with a 60-foot screen shot
for the only first period tally.'
Howe rammed home his own
rebound to make it 2-0 before
Bathgate delivered the New York
tally- Howe deflected Lindsay's
shot early in the third period for
his final goal andtKelly clicked
on a breakaway later.

Montreal's Dickie Moore main-
tained his lead in the goal race
by notching his 12Th and 13th as
the Canadiens breezed by the Tor-
onto Maple Leafs, 4-2,
The surprising Boston Bruins
kept atop the NHL by shutting
out the last place Chicago Black
Hawks, 2-0. The shutout enabled
Bruin goalie Terry Sawchuk to
maintain his lead over the other
league goalies in the Vezina Tro-
phy Race.
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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERS
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS
MECHANICAL ENGINEERS

PHYSICS MAJORS

GORDIIE HOWE
. . notches two goals

MI' Riflemen Open Season
Against Indiana, Ohio State

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GRADUATE AND SENIOR
ENGINEERING STUDENTS
Aeronautical - Electrical- Mechanical

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Setting their aims on the unof-
ficial championship, Michigan's
Rifle Club will open its season this
Saturday-
The riflemen will travel to

HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE BOUT:
Moore To Battle Patterson Tonight

Blomington, Indiana, where they
will participate in a triangular
meet with Indiana and Ohio State.
Since riflery is not a recognized
varsity sportain the Big Ten, there
cannot be an official champion.
This, however, does not dim the
ambitions of the eight man team
which will shoot.
The team, made up of six regu-
lars and two alternates, is coached
by Dr. John Stetson of the Uni-
versity Hospital. Each of the six
shooters fires a totalof 60 shots;
20 apiece at prone, kneeling and
standing positions.
Participating in Saturday's
match will be Jim Greenhoe, Bob
Gubbins, Dick Roemer, Tom Ath-
anas, Paul Gogulski, Tim Hays,
Bill Woodruff, and Jack Blaha.

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CHICAGO (1) -- The old man
Afights the former Olympic middle-
weight champion for the world's
heavyweight title tonight with Ar-
chie Moore, 39 "going on 43", pit-
ting his experience against 21-
year-old Floyd Patterson for the
crown vacated by Rocky Marci-
ano.
Second Trys
Moore, who had his first pro
fight in 1936 when Patterson was
only a baby, hopes to take the
title on the second try in this 15-
round match. He was knocked out
in nine rounds last September in
Marciano's last fight. The latest
odds on Moore are 6 to 5 and pick
'em.
According to the contracts, each
fighter will get 30 per cent of this
anticipated total take of almost
$450,000.
Record Will Be Set
No matter what happens in the
ring, a new record will be set in
the age department. Moore would
be the oldest man -ever to win the
heavyweight title and Patterson
the youngest.
Jersey Joe Walcott was 37 when
he upended Ezzard Charles and
Joe Louis was 23 that June night
in 1937 when he flattened Jimmy
Braddock at Chicago's Comiskey
Park.
The contrast in the two men is
startling. Moore, born in 1916 or
1913, depending on whether you
take his word or the record book
claims of his mother, is a ring

gypsy who has battled around the
world in 156 fights for a 131-20-5
record..
Effects From KO?
The question i of the effects of
his ninth-round knockout beating
by Marciano is of gre'at impor-
tance in tonight's contest. Rocky
never seemed to leave them the
same. However, Moore has fought
11 times since, the Marciano bout,
winning all of them.
Patterson never has taken a
beating. In fact, he has lost only
one of 31 pro fights since he came
back from the '52 Olympics. That

one defeat was a disputed-decision
eight-rounder to Joey Maxim the
"cute" ex-light-heavy king.
Last June, Floyd beat Hurricane
Jackson in 12 rounds but broke
a bone in his right hand in the
process.
Patterson's hand has passed sev-
eral examinations but there are
those who fear it might be dam-
aged again and prove a serious
handicap.
The youngster's ace is youth
and speed of hand. Moore likes to
stand in mid-ring and let his foe
do the work, if he can get away
with it-

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