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A TUESDAY, MARCH 12,1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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4 TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1957 THE MICHIGAN BAIl A? A flhW *W~m~i

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This morning on
STATE STREET
... by steve heilpern

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Chicago Cagers Capture
Second-Place I-MTitle'

Atlas Buffaloe and Friends
SOMEONE RECENTLY told us that a select group of newspaper
readers are not particularly interested in headline sports stories.
This sect allegedly reads between, around and underneath the lines
of print on the nation's sports pages. Significant facts bore them;
large type repels them.
May be that there is such a Cult of the Insignificant. Press re-
leases sent us by the nation's sports publicity departments tend
to support this contention. While these publicists contribute a val-
uable service to newspapers, they
sometimes go overboard with tiny
"filler" items. Some of these
blurbs are newsworthy, but very
few dailies ever bother printing
them. We've made a collection of
some of the choicer items. We've
neve botheredT printing them
until now. * * *.
FROM NORTH CAROLINA
"North Carolina wrestling coach:
Sam Barnes is proud of his strong
Tar Heel wrestling team, but
Barnes has a freshman grappler
he like to talk about. He's a 250
pounder nmdAlsBuffaloe
from Garner, N.C. As Barnes puts
it: 'The perfect name for a wrest-
ler.' ".
COMMENT: What is Barnes the.
perfect name for?x
FILOU TSIOROPOULIS
FROM MICHIGAN TECH -- ...no wonder he's a bachelor
"Besides being a record-breaking
rifle team, Michigan Tech's five-man squad is unique in that it has
a husband and wife combination, Duane and Isabel Garity Starner of
Benton Harbor. Isabel is a Houghton girl and rose up through the ju-
nior ranks to rate the -class of 'expert'. Now a senior, she gained sec-
ond team All-American NRA honors in 1954. Her husband is in the
master' class.''
COMMENT: We'd love to watch some of their family squabbles.
FROM THE PITTSBURGH PIRATES - "In 1956, 107 out of 154
games the Pirates played were decided by one, two or three run mar-
gins, showing that the Buccos battled all the way.'
COMMENT: That's one way of looking at it.
FROM MICHIGAN STATE - "Michigan State ice hockey coach
Amo Bessone is a member of the NCAA ice hockey rules committee."
COMMENT: They'll beat Michigan one of these years.
* * *
South Quad, Take Heed.. .
FROM WEST MICHIGAN TOURIST & RESORT ASSOCIATION-
"There is smelt fishing at Portage Lake."
COMMENT: You see, South Quadders, there is a way out.
z* *
FROM THE BOSTON CELTICS - "The only bachelor on the
Boston Celtics this season is Lou Tsioropoulos."
COMMENT: Probably can't fit his name on a marriage license.
FROM IOWA (N4ov., 1956) - "Traditional music, played by
familiar musicians, will spur the State University of Iowa's fighting
Hawkeyes during their Rose Bowl appearance in Pasadena Jan. 1."
COMMENT: Finis.
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By BOB ROMANOFF
Chicago won the second place'
championship in ResidencehHall
"A" I-M basketball last night by
edging out Taylor, 30-26.
The third place championship
was won by Hayden as it trounced
a spirited Anderson quintet, 61-43.
Huber's 51-40 victory over Lloyd
gave it the fourth place champion-
ship. Kelsey won the fifth place
honors on a forfeit victory over
Hinsdale.
Nip and Tuck Battle
The Chicago-Taylor game was a
hotly-contested game which easily
could have been won by either
team.
Taylor jumped off to a quick
5-0 lead early in the game before
Chicago broke into the scoring
column with a free throw.
'M' ennis
Team Enters
Indoor Meet
Michigan's tennis team will
make its first appearance of the
season Saturday and Sunday
when it enters the Big Ten Indoor
Invitational meet in Chicago.
The meet, which is the first
such to be held, is sponsored by
the University of Chicago and will
be played on clay courts.
Heading the list of Michigan
entries will be Barry MacKay.
Coach Bill Murphy will fill the
remaining five positions from
Dick Potter, Mark Jaffe, Johnny
Harris, Dale Jensen. Dick Cohen
and sophomores John Erickson
and George Korol.

With about nine minutes left in
the first half Chicago surged in-
to the lead and never relinquished
it. Ed Becker and Bob Dutnell
were the big guns for the victors'
surge. The half ended with Chi-,
cago leading, 16-12.
The two teams traded baskets
throughout the second half and
it was Chicago's 10-for-14 aver-
age at the free throw line that al-
lowed it to squeak by. Becker with
AP Selects
Tar Heels
In Last Poll
By The Associated Press'
The North Carolina Tar Heels,
unbeaten in 27 games, yesterday
broke the two-year hold of the
San Francisco Dons by finishing
in first place by an overwhelm-
ing margin in the final Associated
Press college basketball poll of the
1956-57 campaign.
San Francisco was the top club
in 1955 and 1956. Since the poll's
inception in 1949, Kentucky
wound up in first place four times
and Bradley and Indiana once
each.
The top teams with first place
votes and won-lost records
through Saturday, March 9 in pa-

10 and Dutnell with 9 were high
point men for the victors while
Jerry Rogaczewski's 6 points was
high for Taylor.
Gerald Goodrich led Hayden to
victory with 39 points. The first
half was a free-scoring duel end-
ing at 29-29. Goodrich hit for 211
points in the first half while Gay-i
lord Forbes sank seven baskets
for the eventual losers.
In the second half the roof fell
in on Anderson as Hayden hooped
32 points to Anderson's 13. Sec-
ond high man for the victors was
James Foley with 12 points. Forbes~
led the losers with 19.
in "B" games: Strauss 25, An-
derson 19; Gomberg 65, Winchell
23; Hayden over Greene on for-
feit and Taylor 28, Kelsey 26, in
overtime.1
In I-M Independent swimming:
Gomberg Older Element 37; For-
estry Club 23; Evan's Scholars 20;
Seldom Seen. Kids 2.

O'Reilly Stars
Wolverine trackmen turned in
fine performances in the Mil-
waukee Journal Games last
weekend, led by Brendon 0'-
Reilly's tie for first in the high
jump.
O'Reilly went 6'6" to earn his
first place honors, while a Mi-
chigan one-mile relay team
composed of Robin Varian, Dick
Flodin, Don Matheson, and
Laird Sloan placed second to
Pittsburgh.
Ira Murchison, Olympic
speedster, won the 50-yd. dash
in :05.3, while Jim Pace was
fourth for the Wolverines. Hel-
mar Dollwet placed third in the
mile run. Pole vaulter Mamon
Gibson was also entered, but
failed to place.
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New York (N) 7, Chicago (N)
St. Louis 4, Milwaukee 3
New York (A) 2, Boston 0
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11. Michigan State (14-8) 98, 12. Mem-
phis state 4 (21-5) 97, 13. California
(20-4) 92, 14. UCLA (22-4) 85, 15. Mis-
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