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PAOZ SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1937

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Committee To Meet
BELLEAIR, Fla. (A) - A committee of three major league
club owners will meet with political leaders in Washington to
determine baseball's position regarding the federal antitrust
laws, it was learned yesterday.
The committee may be announced at Friday's special meet-
ing of the major leagues' 16 club representatives, called by
Commissioner Ford Frick to map plans to combat pending con-
gressional action.

Adams,

Sig

Eps

Win

T-M

Cage

Titles

A llen-Rumsey Trounces
Williams in Court Final

Phi Delts Top Sigma Chi
To Gain'B' Cage Crown

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By RUDE DiFAZIO
Adams House followed the pat-
tern it has set all year and breezed
to the Residence Hall 'A' basket-
ball title 60-29 over Wenley.
Not to be outdone Allen-Rumsey,
who along with Adams eats its
meals in dining room 3 of West
Quad, coasted home the winner in
Residence 'B' 35-13 over Williams.
Biessals Leads Attack
Adams, led by 6'8" Jim Biessal
was in control of the game from
the outset. Biessal was not the
scoring leader for Adams - Joe
Burtka and Dick Peterson took top
honors with 17 apiece - but it
was Biessal who controlled both
boards and repeatedly batted away
Wenley shots.
He only scored seven points but
four of these came in the first
minute of play.
As the half progressed Adams'
speed became evident. Peterson
repeatedly broke down court to
take a long pass and score on the
layup. He did this despite being
handicapped by three early fouls.
Zone Defense Beats Williams
Wenley was forced to shoot from
the outside the entire evening and
this they could not do. It is doubt-
ful, however, that if they had hit
for a higher percentage of their
shots they could have overcome
the Adams Juggernaut.
Allen-Rumsey, with its tight
zone defense, Randy Hughes hit-

ting on jump shots, and Bill Ro-
man, their big man hitting hook
shots, were too much for Williams.
Rumsey opened an 11-0 first
quarter lead and was never headed,
leading 20-6 at the half.
Their defense picked the Wil-
liams guards at the ten-second line
as they brought the ball down
court and completely clogged up
the Williams pivot, forcing Wil-
liams to shoot from outside, and
like Wenley, Williams could not
hit from the outside.
Taylor Wins
I-M D or1--M ee
Four records were shattered in
a hard-fought residence hall
swimming meet last night that
saw Taylor outpoint Gomberg
34-22, to annex the I-M title at

By CARL RISEMAN
Sigma Phi Epsilon romped over
Sigma Nu, 41-28, last night at the
I-M Building to displace Sigma
Chi as the new social fraternity
'A' basketball champions.
In the social fraternity 'B' bas-
ketball finals, Phi Delta Theta'
came from behind to edge Sigma
Chi,+ 27-25 and win the title for
the second consecutive year.
The Sigma Phi Epsilon team
clearly showed that they were the
champions by using a very well
balanced attack to humble Sigma
Nu. After trailing, 2-0, Sig Eps'
Larry Lavercombe scored on a
layup and Sigma Phi Epsilon nev-
er trailed thereafter.
Sig Eps Lead at Half
The Sig Eps led at halftime,
18-12, with a dazzling nine point
performance by Lavercombe. The
lanky junior added seven more in
the second half for a total of 16
points.
Sigma Nu's attack was high-
lighted by John Larson's 15 points.
But with the exception of Ed
Downing's seven points, Larson
was the only offensive threat that
Sigma Nu could muster.
Besides Lavercombe, Sigma Phi
Epsilon had support from Jim

Park who scored 19 and Chuck
Turner with seven.
The 'B' game was a tense con-
test between two fine defensive
outfits.
Phi Delts Recover
Sigma Chi led at the half 12-9,
and through most of the second
half; but with a little over two
minutes remaining in the game,
the Phi Delts intercepted a Sigma
Chi pass and went on a scoring
splurge to seal the victory,
Phi Delta Theta's Jim Maddock
was the high point man of the
game with nine points. Jim Van
Pelt and Jerry Goebels added six
points each to the Phi Delt cause.
Proposal
WASHINGTON (R) -- Repre-
sentative Keating (R-NY) pro-
posed yesterday that Congress
enact a "fair play code" for
professional team sports in-
stead of putting them all under
federal antitrust laws.
Keating suggested the code
as a middle approach in a dis-
pute among Congress members
over the big business aspects of
baseball and football.

-Daily-John Hirtzel
UP AND IN-Chuck Turner of Sigma Phi Epsilon goes in for a
layup and two points. The Sig Eps beat Sigma Nu to clinch the
social fraternity 'A' basketball championship in last night's open
house at the I-M Building.

the Sports Building pool.
Reeves was a close third with
18 points, in a meet that was
strange principally because the
winners had nothing to do with
the setting of the records.
Two Gomberg men broke for-
mer standards, with John Karr
swimming a :31.1 50-yd. back

PAK, Seldom Seen Kids
Annex Hardwood Crowns

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stroke race, and Dennis Jablonski
navigating the 100-yd., free-style
Third-place Reeves had one new
record to their credit, as Bob
Keavy was timed at :33.0 in the
50-yd. breaststroke. Anderson
claimed the last record with
Pearce Klazer's time of 2:17.1 in
the 200-yd. freestyle.
In the social fraternity meet,
Phi Delta Theta won a close 21-16
decision from Chi Psi, while Sig-
ma Phi Epsilon edged Sigma Chi
11-10 for third place honors.
THANK
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For your support of the
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By DON DRESCHER charge in the final stanza, mak-
Phi Alpha Kappa handed Phi ing the final score 26-21.
Delta Phi a 26-21 defeat last night Ron Bos was high scorer for
at the Sports Building to gain the the victors with 14 points while
professional fraternity basketball the Phi Delta Phi offense was led
by Frank Bracken (six points) and
crown.
Trh. Seldom Seen Kids clinched John Emens and Carl Meyers with
The eldm Sen Kds linhedfour apiece.
the independent league champion-
ship by downing the Evans Schol- A balanced s c o r i n g attack
ars, 40-27. brought victory to the Seldom Seen
For most of the play the contest Kids in the independent contest.
was a fairly even one, but Phi Al- The winners were led by Don Po-
pha Kappa capitalized on re- loskey with 12 points, Don Tuck- h
bounding and breakaways in, the er with 10 and Stan Gass with
last period to pull ahead. eight. Bill Klink netted a dozen
points for the losing Evans Schol-
Losers Start Fast ars.
Phi Delta Phi took the initiative Evans matched the Kids point-
in the first stanza and held a 6-5 { for-point in the first half and the
advantage after eight minutes of score was 16-16 at intermission. In
play. fact, it was only the winners' ef-
Period two saw Phi Alpha Kap- fective zone defense that held Ev-
pa gain the lead for good, as ans at bay.
spurred Py Ron Bos' efforts, it took But in the second half the
command. After an even third tide turned as the Kids opened up
quarter, Phi Alpha Kappa took their big guns.

Allen-Rumsey downed New-
berry Hall last night, 12-8, in the
feature game of the 26th I-M
Open House.
This was no doubt the oddest
basketball game that the Michi-
gan department has ever seen. It
was played under girls rules,
which involves changes that make
the game vastly different from
the normal basketball played in
the I-M Building.
Hands Tied
Besides the different rules, the
Allen-Rumsey team had to wear
boxing gloves during the game.
However, the boys still managed
to outpoint the girls, with a bal-
anced scoring attack.
Newberry claims a right to pro-
test the decision, since the victory
margin was only four points, and
the girls state that they were to
receive a five-point handicap.

THREE-RING CIRCUS:
Co-ed Basketball Tilt
Highlights Open House

Besides the strange battle, the
I-M Open House boasted many
more normal sporting eyents. It
was a true three-ring circus with
a crowd of about 4,000 present
during the evening.
Chicago Takes Crown
The basketball games were the
principle feature, but many other
championships were played last
night. In the finals of residence
hall water polo, Chicago edged
Reeves, 1-0, on Ed Becker's goal.
In the all-campus diving tour-
nament Ross Williams of Huber
racked up 137 points for first place
honors.
While in the all-campus gym-
nastics meet, whose participants
were principally freshmen gym
team members, Al Stall won the
all-around title, with Nino Marion
second and Barry Feinburg third.

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