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Gomberg Gains Early Lead Again in I-M Sta:

adings

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WINGS THREE POINTS BEHIND: I
Boston 1Bruins H old N HL T op S pot
York by the Rangers while the point. Their 31 points come from
Byt PAU BO RMsAfheNato-Bun tied Montreal Sunday, to 14 wins, 10 losses, and three ties. I
al Hockey League season gone, the put Boston back in sole possession The Canadiens missed an op- 1
average hockey fan is no longer of first place. portunity to tie for the runner-up
startled to see the Boston Bruins Howe Ties Record slot, when they deadlocked the
sill sitting on top of the stand- Although the Wings lost ground Bruins Sunday night.
Th1e Bruins, coached by their to the league-leading Bruins, one Rangers Fourth
former team c a p t a i n Milt of their stars, forward Gordie In fourth place, eight points
Schmidt, have won 15 games, lost Howe tied a "milestone" record. behind Montreal Is New York. The
six, tied five for a total of 35 Howe's goal In Sunday's Ranger Rangers, who were out of the
points. Igame was the 324th marker of his playoffs last season, have set their K
Red Wings Second career. aims to Include a fourth place f in- I
Follownig the Bruins are the This tied him for second place Ish. I
Detroit. Red Wings who have 32 with retired Canadien great, Nels Two points behind the Rangers
points on -14 wins, six losses, and IStewart. Ahead of Howe In this are the Toronto Maple Leafs who'
four ties. Detroit has played two category is Maurice Richard, pres- Ihave been In a slump from al-
less games than the Bruins. ent Montreal right winger who has most the beginning of the season.
Before their roadtrip last week- sent 467 goals through the crease. Continuing from last season as
end, the Wings were tied for first Third place in the NHL stand- cellar dwellers of the NHL are'
place with Boston. However. they ings is presently occupied by the, the hapless Chicago Blackhawks
lost to the Bruins in Boston Sat- Montreal Canadiens, who trail the who trail the Leafs by nine points
urday, and were downed in New second place Wings by only one and have won only four games.

pi'qiie... W AY NE W AR RE N
By AL JONES ___

The greatest thrill in any sport
is a close victory, and it was such
a success that remains prominent
in the memory of Michigan's gym-
nastic co-captain Wayne Warren.
The meet that he remembers
was Michigan's 57-55, victory over
Illinois last winter, the first and
only defeat that the Illini suffered
all season, as they went on to be-
come Big Ten and NCAA Cham-
Gymnastics have played an im-
portant part in this Canadian's
liever since his senior year In
high schol in fWindsor, Ontario.
basketball and track, plus gymnas-
tics. At that time, as now, he com-
peted on the same teamn as Ed
Gagnier.
Favorst Parallel Bars
Warren's favorite events now
are the parellel bars and side
horse, shown by the fact that he
took a fifth place In the Midwest
Open on the former in the Wol- I
'ierines only meet so far.
A senior in the School of Engi--

Fraternities
Very Close
By DAVE LYON
Heading into the winter sports
phase of the intramural athletic
program, it appears that Gomberg
Is again running away with the
residence halls scoring title.
The Big Red has won four
championships out of four sports
completed so far-touch football
"A"ntand "B", track and cross
Gomberg with 425
Gomberg's perfect score of 425
leads that of the nearest competi-
tor, Willams, by 65 points, and
chances are good that this margin
wil bhe increased when the results
ofthled sprs now in progress are
Residence halls wrestling, swim-
tunaments are now being wrap-
ped up. Pending the results of
these sports, Copley (328 points),
Huber (315) and Kelsey (278)
place immediately behind Wil-

GORDIE HOWE
...ties record

NHL Standings

CO-CAPTAIN-Wayne Warren teams with Nick Weise*

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Boston
Detroit
Montreal,.
New York
Toronto
Chicago

W
15
14
14
8
'7
4

L
6
6
10
10
12
18

T
5
4
3
7
7
4

Pts.
35
32
31
23
21
12

f or
C IDEHASSM
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neering, he is planning on a fu-
ture in machine design, working
somewhere in Canada. His home
is now in Toronto. Last summer
Warren Worked as a student en-
gineer, and he has held different
drafting positions.
Predicts Good Season
Warren is very optimistic about
this year's team, but adds that "I
am probably quite prejudiced."
Nevertheless, he feels that Michi-
gan has a good chance for a win-

ning season. "Everyone is w
hard," he states, "and when
(Gagnier) gets back we
have a real strong team."
One thing that he reallyi
ciates Is the greater amount
sponse that the campus ha
giving toward the gymn
team during the past few
"I feel that more people a
terested in the team than b
and the crowds have been
bigger."

orking
Eddie
should
appre-

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IN COR PORAT ED
(Leader In Oil Hydraulics)
Extends An Invitation To
Students Majoring In Engineering & Science
To Explore Employment Opportunities
In Engineering, Research, Sales
And Manufacturing With

s ee Fraternities Close
iastics The social fraternity scoring
years. derby is not such a clearcut issue.
re in- Excluding volleyball, swimming,
efore, and handball, which are still in
a lot progress, Phi Gamma Delta, first-
place finisher in two of the four
autumn sports, leads second-place
Sigma Phi Epsilon by only 11
points, 371-360.
Five other fraternities with
totas ofmorethan300 oint
There will be an important
meein o te M'Clb tomor
the Club group picture will be
taken.
-Tom Maentz
President

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