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Officials Reject Plan
For Ten Grid Games
MONTICELLO, Ill. (fP)-The Big
n yesterday rejected an extend-
10-game football schedule and
so turned thumbs down on a
oposal modifying the confer-
ce's recruiting code.
By a vote of 6 to 4, faculty
presentaties and athletic direc-
rs in the joint session went;
ainst extension of the football;
hedule from 9 to 10 games after'
e proposal had been condition-
ly accepted last December.
Illinois Shifts ia
Keystone of the defeat was Illi-
is which shifted from afhirma-
re to negative during the inter-
ring time since December. This
is all that was necessary to put
e proposal in discard.
The joint, group also stuck by its
ns in prohibiting off-campus
terviews with prospective ath-
es, although this procedure of
cruiting is allowed under NCAA
Another part of the Big Ten
cruiting code which coaches
pe to change was referred to a
ecial comhmittee for further
idy. This includes paying travel
penses of a prospect for one visit
the campus. The; NCAA also
mits this, but the Big Ten does'
The committee taking this un-
r advisemen~t is made ;up of
of. Stan Kenyon of Minnesota,
of. Robert Ray of Iowa and
hletic directors Biggie Munn of
ichigan State and Stu Holcomb
Northwestern. They will report
ck to the conference in the
eetings at Purdue, May 22-24.
Woolley, Fries Place
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extremely pleased with the team's
performance thus far. "We didn't
figure on picking up as many
points this early in, the meet,"
Stager remarked. "Both Carl
(Woolley) and Pete (Fries) .swam
better races than were expected
of them," he added.
The second heat, in which all
the winning times were recorded,
saw Woolley jump off to an early
lead, but after 10 lengths the
piston-like strokes of Steuart
proved too much and the Spartan
star took the lead and then widen-
ed the gap to five lengths by the
end of the race.
In the first trial heat North-
western's Paul Shutt took an early
lead with Richard Allen of Wis-
consin and Lee Fitzhugh of Michi-
gan not far behind. However, Fitz-
hugh soon tired and Kennedy took
over second place from Allen and
SURPRISE SECOND -- Carl Woolley upset the experts by fins
ishing second in the 1500-meter giving :tle Michigan swimming
team unexpected points in its bid for the Big Ten title.
Sweepers Win-in MBasketball Play
eventually passed Shutt to win
the heat, Fitzhugh finished fourth.
Today's events will include the
one-meter diving preliminaries in
the morning with time trials in
the 200-yd. butterfly, the 200-yd.
backstroke, the 200-yd. freestyle,
the 100-yd. breast stroke, the 200-
yd. individual medley, . the 400-
yd. freestyle relay, and the 50-yd.
Event Begins at 8 p.m.
Finals in all of these events
will be held tonight beginning at
8. p.m. (CS 14).
The meet is dedicated this year
to Iowa's coach, David Alvin Arm-
bruster. Itis being held at Iowa
as a tribute to the Hawkeyes' first
and only swimming coach, who re-
tires at the end of the 1958 season
after 42 years on the job.
(Heat One): Kennady (Indiana),
19:38.3. 2) Allen (W), 19:40.7. 3) Shutt
(NU), 20:11.3. 4) Fitzhugh (M),
20:49.4. 5) Flykt (Minn), 20:54. 6) Zas-
trow (Iowa), 21:27.1.
(Heat Two) - 1) Steuart (MSU),
18:40.5. 2) Woolley, (M) 18:50. 3) Parks
(Ind), 18:58.1. 4) Whittaker, (Ill),
18:58.4. 5) Fries (M), 19:16.1. 6) Ellis
OSLO (P) - Canada became a
favorite for the World Amateur
Ice Hockey Championship yester-
day after crushing defending title-
holder Sweden, 10-2, in a wild,
fist- swinging battle which almost
ended in a .brawl.
Russia won 10-1 over hapless
Poland while the United States,
its squad riddled with injuries,
fought a 2-2 draw with Czecho-
slovakia. In the only other game
Finland defeated Norway 2-0 in
a game between tailenders.
Southern Conference Tourney
William & Mary 79, Virginia Tech 61
Richmond 63, The Citadel 59
West Virginia, 91, Davidson 69
George Washington 73, Furman 59
Atlantic Coast Tourney
N. Carolina St. 6, South Carolina 61
Maryland 70, Virginia 66
Duke 51, Wake Forest 44
N. Carolina 62, Clemson 51
Detroit 132, Minneapolis 116
Cincinnati 110, Philadelphia 108
California 8, U. of San Francisco 7
551 South Division 929 East
One Hundred and Nineteen
By DAVE LYON
The Sweepers qualified for the
Independent I-M league cham-
pionship playoff basketball game
by edging the Meatchoppers, 25-
24, last night.
Bob Schoenhals' basket with less
thanr a minute to play won the
game formthe Sweepers. Schoen-
hals'~ shot erased a 24-23 Meat-
choppers', margin, the only lead
the losing team enjoyed during the
Sweepers will meet the winner
of the 1207-Seldom Seen Kids con-
test for the championship. SSK
won the right to meet 1207 by
1 queezing past Evans Scholars,
23-21, in an overtime game char-
acterized, by rough and ragged
Joe Scranton sank a shot mid-
way through the three - minute
overtime period to stake SSK to
a 23-21 margin, and the Scholars
could not retaliate.r
Evans Scholars built up a 17-11,
lead late in the second half, but
Seldom Seen Kids scored "six
straight points. The tworteams
traded points from then until the
end of regulation time, which end-
ed in a 21-21 tie, setting the stage
for Scranton's' two-pointer. The
Scholars' Dick Gates netted 15
points in a losing cause. .
, Beantowners and Buckeyes, by
winning last night, qualified to
meet each other in the second-
place independent playoff finals.
Michigan football player Gary
Prahst scored 24 points as the
Buckeyes downde Hawaiians, 63-
The Beant'ownersmade it the
hard way, edging the Speed. Boys,
24-23. Speed Boys held a 23-22
lead until Beantowner David Stan-
ton was fouled while shooting in
the last seconds of the game. Stan-
ton put in both free throws to give
his team victory.
Philippine - Michigan and the
Seven Dwarfs qualified for the
third-place playoff final game by
winning. Excellent ball-handling,
rebounding, and shooting accuracy
marked Phil-Mich's 36-25 triumph
over Med Sox.
Seven Dwarfs pulled away from
TEP Club for a;41-22 victory. Dale
Keller notched 11 points in each
half for the Dwarfs, matching the
losing team's game total.
Rodents won a fourth - place
semifinal game by forfeit over
FRATERNITY WATER POLO
Alpha Tau Omega' 2, Chi Psi 1
Theta Delta Chi 2, Tau Delta Phi 0
Sigma Chi 1, Delta Upsilon 0
Sigma Phi Spsilon 2, Delta Chi 0
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 6, Sigma Al-
pha Mu 0
Phi Delta Theta 1 Delta Sigma Phi 0
Delta Tau Delta 1, Beta Theta Pi0
Lambda Chi Alpha 1, Theta Chi 0
Formerly $24.95 to $42.50
Going at the Bargains -ofl,
AAA Swim Meet Tickets
Go On Sale Mo
Tickets for the NCAA swimming
championships, to be held at the
Michigan Varsity Pool Thursday
through Saturday, March 27-29,
will go on sale Monday at the
ticket office in the Athletic Ad-
The ticket prices are as follows:
For events on Thursday, Friday
morning and afternoon, and Sat-
urday morning, there will be a
general admission charge of $1.00.
For the finals on Friday night
anrd Saturday afternoon, tickets
will cost $1.50. All seats for these
events will be reserved.
The finals are divided into two
groups. On Friday beginning at
7;30 p.m., final competition will
be held in the 200-yd. butterfly,
50-yd, freestyle, 200-yd. back-
stroke, 220-yd. freestyle, 100-yd.
breastroke, three meter diving,
200-yd. individual medley,. and
400-yd. freestyle relay.
Beginning at 3:30 p.m. in Satur,-
day's finals there will be competi-
tion in the following: 100-yd.. but-
terfly, 100-yd. freestyle, 200-yd.,
breaststroke, 100-yd. backstroke,
440-yard freestyle, exhibition
springboar ddiving, and 440-yd.
On Thursday evening, the 1,500-
yd. freestyle and one-meter diving
finals will be held. Trials and pre-
liminaries will be conducted
Thursday afternoon, Friday morn-
ing and afternoon and Saturday
The ticket office is open from
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday
Alpha Epsilon Pi won a social
fraternity fourth-place playoff
game by forfeit from Sigma
Phi, not the reverse, as reported
in yesterday's Daily.
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