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Phi Delts


Phi Gams,

40-25, in

'B' Basketball


iacKay Wins
Michigan tennis star Barry Mac-
Kay won his first round of the
National Indoor Championships
last. night by defeating Joe Rus-
sell of Cleveland, Ohio.
Russell fell to the Wolverine
netter in straight sets, '-5 and
6-4. This will move MacKay into
the next round of the tournament,
which includes all of the top am-
ateur tennis players in the United
Earlier this week, in the Buf-
falo Invitational Tournament, the
Wolverine downed Vic Seixas and
Dick Savitt, two of the nation's
best netters. Savitt is the current
favorite, in the Indoor Tournament.

Van Tyne 3, English "A" 1
Gomberg 3, Air Science 2
Seldom Seen Kids 3, Psychology "A" 1
Psyohology "C" 3, Allen-Rumsey 1
Zoology 3, Old Married Men 2
Wesleyans 3, Bio-Chemistry 0
Tau Kappa Epsilon 3, Geology 1
Cooley 3, Museum 0
Phys. Ed. 3, Phys. Ed. Majors 1
Zoology 3, Chinese 2
Students 4, Faculty 0 (one match
Faculty 5, Students 5 (tie)
Hayden 29, Chemistry 18


Icers Gain as Nodaks
Dro Pair to Colorado

Sigma Chi, PK T, A TO
Also Win I-M Contests
By DON DRESCHER 136-21 victory over Lambda Chi


4, WilliamsI
over Sigma Phi Epsilon (for-

This Week In Sports
Friday, February 22
Hockey-Michigan State-There
Gymnastics-Navy Pier Chicago-There
Saturday, February 23
Hockey-Michigan State-Coliseum-8 p.m.
Wrestling-Ohio State-Yost Field House-3 p.m.
Track-Illinois-Yost Field House-7 p.m.
Basketball-Ohio State-There

Michigan's hockey team got a
helping hand from an unexpected
source this week and, as a result,
its stock for an NCAA tourna-
ment berth is rising.
Nodaks Drop Two
The aid came in the form of a
double victory by league-leading
Colorado College over second
place North Dakota, 6-4 on Tues-
day and 7-6 last night.
Thus the Wolverines now have
a clear shot at second place in the
final W e s t e r n Intercollegiate
Hockey standings - a position
which holds for its occupant a
trip to Colorado Springs in mid-
The Michigan team has made
this trip every year since the
tournament was organized back
in 1948 - for a total of nine ex-
The solution to making it ten
in a row is simple, at least mathe-
matically. All the Wolverines have
to do to clinch E playoff spot is
win their remaining six games!
As a result of its twin loss this
week, North Dakota now has five
points in the points lost column,
two and one half less than Michi-
gan. The two teams play for a to-
tal of four points here on March

4-5 and a sweep would push the
Wolverines a point and one half
up on the Sioux.
One Point Away
Only one point separates third
place Michigan Tech and the local
ice squad, which could be over-
come by a Michigan sweep of the
pair of games slated for the Coli-
seum on March 8-9.
So the week of March 4-9
shapes up as a vital one for Vic
Heyliger's charges. But before
they start looking too far ahead,
they have an equally important
series immediately at hand - a
home-and-home battle with the
Spartans of Michigan State this
MSU Tomorrow Night
Tomorrow night the Wolver-
ines make their final regular-sea-
son away-from-home appearance
when they play in East Lansing.
The teams play a return engage-
ment here Saturday.
Michigan State currently holds
down the cellar in the WIHL, but
nevertheless has given the Wol-
verines two exceedingly tough
games this season, before bowing,
4-3 and 3-2.
New York 5, Boston 2

Phi Delta Theta fraternity took
a 40-25 decision from Phi Gamma
Delta last night at the Sports
building in I-M social fraternity
"B" league basketball competition.
The defeat was the first of the
season for the Phi ,Gams, who
now sport a 2-1 record, while the
Phi Delts are now 3-0. Dave Bowers
lead the winners, scoring 16 points,
and Paul Hiniker and Dave Haller
each scored 8 for the losers.
Sigs Win
Sigma Chi scalped Sigma Alpha
Mu to the tune of 65-15 in another
"B" encounter, with Gordie Mor-
row scoring 16 points for Sigma
Chi. Control of the backboards
and deadly accuracy that Sigma
Chi displayed completely over-
whelmed the Sammies' attack.
Phi Kappa Tau also remained in
the ranks of the unbeaten by de-
feating Phi Epsilon Pi, 50-19. Dale
Baker and Ed Navarre accounted
for 21 and 19 points respectively
for the Phi Tau's.
Bernie Bogdon netted 14 points
to spark Alpha Tau Omega to a

Acacia coasted to a 54-28 victory
over Zeta Psi as Stew Rendall net-
ted 18 points for the losers.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon ran away
with a 45-21 win from Phi Kappa
Epsilon with Dick Behm hitting
fdr 12 tallies. and Mike Rotunno
netting 11 for SAE.
Larry Matten poured , in 15
points. to help Alpha Epsilon Pi
fraternity to a 25-22 decision over
Pi Lambda Phi in another "B~
Remaining Action
In the remaining action around
the I-M "B" circuit last night,
Beta Theta Pi swamped Delta Chi
house 58-4; Chi Psi edged Sigma
Nu 39-33; Sigma Phi Epsilon
trounced Chi Phi, 27-11; Zeta Beta
Tau forfeited to Kappa Sigma;
Phi Sigma Delta forfeited to Al-
pha Delta Phi; Theta Chi forfeited
to Delta Kappa Epsilon, and Delta
Tau Delta and Tau Kappa Epsilon
mutually forfeited.

Alpha. ATO now sports a 3-0 re-

... third in scoring ... drops to seventh
bees Tops Point-Makers


CHICAGO (o)-ndiana's burst
into the Big Ten basketball lead
has been greased by the sharp-
shooting of Archie Dees and Dick
Official conference statistics
bear this out. Dees, after hitting
a season's high of 37 points against
Iowa Monday, boosted his average
to 24.0 in 10 games to widen his
lead in the individual scoring race.
His closest pursuer is Ohio State's
Frank Howard with 20.6.
Illinois' Don Ohl and Harv
Schmidt have moved into third

and fourth place by removal from
the list of the Illini's ineligible
George Bon Salle and a sudden dip
by Minnesota's George Kline who
has skidded to seventh with 16.1.
Neal is sixth with 16.3.

Michigan 'agers' Edge Detroit Lions



gi es



Special to The Daily
University of Michigan Trojan
Cleaners basketball squad "emerg-
ed from the huddle" to send the
Detroit Lions down to defeat, 58-
55, in an exhibition staged here
last night.
With four minutes left to play,'
campus style-leaders
are wearing
now in Ivy Tones, Heather Effects
and Patterns



Instru ment


Michigan forward Terry Barr
scored on two successive field goals
and combined efforts with team-
mates Bob Sharland, ex-Michi-
gan cager, who followed with two
free throws and one field goal to
sew up the contest for the Ann
Arbor squad.
Lion Stars
The Detroit Lions sporting a
star-studded squad, matched bask-
etball with a little football sense
with some of the top Michigan
gridders--Barr, T o m M a e n t z,
Charlie Brooks, Ed Shannon and
Jim Maddock.
Ex-Wolverine baseballer Moby
Benedict added a little of the
diamond spark to the squad along
with some fancy deftnse.
Neck and Neck
During the first half, both squads
were neck and neck, with Mad-
dock and 260-lb. Ane sinking al-
ternate shots for their respective
teams. The first quarter ended,
17-14, in favor of the Lions.
The Wolverine squad took the
lead midway through the second
quarter when Trojan Clearners'
Horace Ward and Bob Perry join-

ed together to put the Michigan
team ahead, 31-29, at the end of
the first half.
Ann Arbor's Jay Vawter broke
loose for 12 points in the third
quarter, but the Detroit Lions call-
ed on a few "quarterback sneaks"
by ex-Iowa star Jerry Reichow and
the Lions were ahead midway in
the fourth quarter, 53-50.
Reichow, guarded by Maddock,
tried desperately to keep his team
in contention but the Michigan
men had cinched the lead once
and for all on four successive goals
by Barr and Sharland.

Charley Ane, g 3 2 1 a
Dorne Dibble, f 1 1 2 3
Tom Tracy, g 3 3 3 9
Jerry Reichow, c-f 3 6 3 12
Gene Gedman, g-f 0 2 0 2
Bill Bowman, f 1 0 1 2
Stan Campbell, f 0 0 2 0
Norm Swanson, c 5 4 2 14
Sonny Gandee, g 2 0 0 4
Bud Erickson, f1 0 1 1 1
Totals 181,19 15 55
Terry Barr, 4 0 1 8
Tom Maentz, c-f 1 0 4 2
Bob Sharland, g 2 2 1 4
Charlie Brooks, f 1 0 2 2
Ed Shannon, g 0 0 2 0
Horace Ward, g 2 0 1 4
Don Johnson, f 0 0. 0 0
Moby Benedict, g 0 0 1 0
Jay Vawter, c 5 3 4 13
Bob Perry, g 2 0 1 4
Jim Coeallas, f 9 2 3 2
Junior Steilstra, g 1 9 2 11
Jim Maddock, g 3 0 0 6
Totals 21 16 22 58
Detroit Lions 17 12 13 13-55
Trojan Cleaners 14 17 19 9.-58

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power plant using this type of reactor to propel an oil
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Ground position indicators, course and distance com-
puters and other navigation equipment developed at Ford

Instrument Company are being installed in the most
modern aircraft. Instruments for jet engines, for polar
navigation, and aerial telemetery are emerging from the
laboratories and into the shops of the FICo plants.


Typical of FICo is its work on the guidance
system for the Redstone Missile and with the
Army Ballistic Missile Agency on research,
development and design of more advanced
systems. Ford is also working with the Air

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