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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1956
Delts, omber
.'DU Takes Second Place
In Close Battle for Title
By DAVE LYON
ing the team's victory margin.
Teams from Delta Tau Delta Gomberg finished with 39 team
and Gomberg emerged the winners points, 18 ahead of second-place
of the interamural wrestling tour- Wenley.
nament which concluded last night Besides Boyden, individual win
at the I-M building. ners in fraternity competition were
The race for team honors among 123 pounds, Frank Fulton Chi
the residence halls contrasted Psi; 130 pounds, Roger Iarris,
with that of the fraternities. Sigma Alpha Mu; 137 pounds,
Whereas Gomberg outran the rest John Bannasch. Delta Upsilon:"
of the residence halls teams hand- Also, 147 pounds, Fred Collins,
ily, Delta Tau Delta had to wait Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 157 pounds,
until the last match of the evening John Heald, Delta Tau Delta; 167 r
to claim victory. by a slim three. pounds, Dan Dahl, Sigma Nu; 177
point margin. pounds, Ddn Young, Phi Gamma
Delta Tau Delta and Delta Up- Delta. VIC H
silon were tied for team honors Residence Hall Winners.. heav
with 25 points apiece going into Residence halls individual win-

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

Win IM Wrestling Championships

Heavy Holiday Schedule
'To Test Hockey Team
By BRUCE BENNETT
burqurque, N.M. and Phoenix, Ariz.
Coach Vic Heyliger, busy ready- the following week.}
ing his hockey team for tomor- "They are trying to build up
row's game here with McGill, has hockey out in those parts," ac-
announced that the Wolverines cording to Heyliger, "and this is
will play an extensive schedule kind of a promotional thing to
wlpl ah n C erxstesive chedune help gain some interest in the
over the Christmas vacation, be- sport. We'll conduct some clinics'
ginning with a game at Colorado and demonstrations as well as play
College next Tuesday night. n some games.
Michigan has four Western In- "Of course, it will enable us to
terecolegiate Hockey League games Ofcusitwl nbesto
tercleiaytne Hocey Lweaue games get in a lot of skating and the boys
to play next week, two each with will have an opportunity to play
Colorado College and Denver. But together more. It will be good
the team will stay in the West hockey and we should benefit from
following these games and play the experience we will pick up out
severa! exhibition games in Al- there."
Getting back to the present for
a minute, the McGill Redmen, the
[Wolverines opponents tomorrow

SENIOR BOWL GAME:
Barr AcceptsBowl Bid

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Terry Barr, Michigan's star half-
back has been invited Jo play in
the eighth annual Senior Bowl
game this January in Mobile, Ala.
Barr was part of the 25-man!
squad named for the North which
will be coached by Joe Kuharich,
coach of the Washington Red-
skins.
Paul Brown, Cleveland Browns
coach, will guide the South team,
as he did last year.
The game will mark Barr's first
experience as a professional, since
each player is paid for his partici-

pation in the game. In addition the
style of play and the rules are the
same as used in the National Foot-
ball League.
The players of each team receive
a flat fee for the game. Last year,
members of the winning team re-
ceived $500, while each of the
losing players got $400.
An oddity is that Buddy Parker,
whose Detroit Lions picked Barr
as their number three draft choice
this year, was to be the coach of
the North team but gave 'up the
position earlier this season,

TERRY BARR
... turns pro

EYLIGER
vy schedule

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Volleyball
Gomberg held off a deter-
mined Williams rally to annex
the I-M residence halls volley-
ball title last night.
Williams, behind 3-1 in I
games, came up to 3-3 beforei
Gomberg won the seventh and
deciding game.
the heavyweight match between
DU's Don Dame and the Delts'
Joel Boyden.
Boyden Wins
Dame suffered a shoulder in-
jury midway in the match and was
forced to concede. Boyden's re-
sultant victory gave the Delts the
three points that meant victory.
Gomberg picked up almost
enough team points in Tuesday
and Wednesday's p relimin a ry
matches to win the title outright,
regardless of the outcome of last
night's finals in the eight weight
divisions.
Two of the Big Red's five final-
ists grappled their way to indi-
vidual championships, thus padd-
Don Cagers
Face Tests
CHICAGO (I)-The San Fran-
cisco Dons may extend their record
c o l1 e g i a t e basketball winning
streak to 60 games this weekend,
but also face the prospect of being
tumbled by a most illustrious op-
ponent, America,'s Olympic title
team.
The Dons, already winners of
four games this season, bring a
59-game winning streak against
collegiate opposition to the Chi-
cago Stadium's four-team invita-
tional tourney tonight and to-
morrow night.
Phil Woolpert's NCAA cham-
pions are favored to conquer Lo-
yola of Chicago in the opening
round.
The Olympic team, headed by
two former Don Stars, Bill Rus-
sell and K. C. Jones, is expected
to brush aside Santa Clara in
tonight's other game.
Tonight's two winners will meet
for the tourney title Saturday
night, with the two losers playing
for third place.
Woolpert said that if the Dons
meet the Olympians in the final
round, the game would be con-
sidered an exhibition against a
noncollege team not jeopardizing
their intercollegiate string.

ners included: 123 pounds; Mar-
shall Smith, Cooley; 130 pounds,
M a r k Legome, Williams; 137,
pounds, Bob Thieda, Gomberg; 147
pounds, Fred Giffin, Huber.
Also, 157 pounds, Tony Plutyn-1
ski, Cooley; 167 pounds, Marshall
Howard, Greene; 177 pounds,
Wayne King, Wenley; and heavy-
weight, Mike Sakkinen, Gomberg.
I-M SCORES
VOLLEYBALL
Professional Fraternity
' Faculty
HANDBALL
Residence Halls
Delta Theta Phi 4, Phi Alpha Del-
ta 1.
Psychology "B" 6, Zoology "B"
Air Science 3, Museum 3
Cooley 6, Bacteriology 0
Psychology I'D" 6, Sociology N~
Geology 5, Natural Resources I
English "B" won forfeit from Polit-
ical Science
Scott 2. Greene 1

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Sport Shorts

Hungarian Athletes
MILAN, Italy (A)-The second
and biggest group of athletes from
Hungary's crack Olympics squad
flew into this north Italian city
Thursday nighttorface up to the
grim decision -"Shall we go
home."
The 82 athletes arrived from
Melbourne aboard a four-engine
Air France plane.
Fourty-six landed Wednesday
and another two are on their way
home by ship.
The remaining 45 members of
the 175-strong Hungarian team
for the Olympic Games remained
behind in Australia.
American and Italian 'govern-

ment officials were on hand at
Malpensa Airport Thursday night
ready to offer advice and assist-
ance in case any of the Hungarians
wished to apply for asylum in Italy
or in America.
* * *
Tebbetts Signs
CINCINNATI (P)-George Birdie
Tebbetts yesterday was signed to
a new three-year contract as man-
ager of the Cincinnati Redlegs.
Gabe Paul, general manager,
said Tebbetts was given an in-
crease in pay. Tebbetts became
manager of he Redlegs Sept. 29,
1953. The club finished third in
the National League last year.

night, play the University of Tor-
onto tonight before moving into
Ann Arbor. Toronto has already
iet McGill once this year, beating
them 3-1 about two weeks ago.
Toronto coach John Kennedy
said here last weekend that McGill
has a "big, rough team" this year
G nd a much improved one over
that which Michigan beat 5-3 last
winter.
Tickets.
Tickets for tomorrow night's
game with McGill go on sale
at 8:30 a.m. today at the Ath-
letic Administration Building.
The ticket office will remain
open till 4:30 p.m. today and
willnalso be open from 8:30 a.m.
till noon tomorrow.

The RAND Corporation
SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA
Dr. Norman C. Peterson (Michigan '43)', a member of The RAND
Corporation's technical staff, will interview interested M.S. and
Ph.D. candidates on December 17th at the Engineering Placement
Office. Students with graduate standing in Electrical Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering, and Physics are invited to meet with
Dr. Peterson. Openings for both permanent and summer employ-
ment are available.
RAND is an independent non-profit organization engaged
in long-range research for the United States Air Force.
Descriptions of RAND have appeared in Fortune, News-
week, and Business Week. A limited supply of reprints i.r
available at the Engineering Placement Office.

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