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MARCH 15, 1958

--,MCMGAN DAILY.,

MA C 1. 158 THE MICHIGAN DAILYo111 M il 1 1 -- .- - -- -

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715N. University

Villiams Downs Chieago;
light Champions Crowned

Favored Dayton, Bradley
Get First NIT Test Tonight

TONIGHT'S GAME
Toronto at Detroit
TOMORROW'S GAME
Boiston at \14ew York

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By DAVE LYON t
Michigan House's basketball
team copped the I-M residence
hall "A" second place playoff
championship last night by stag-
ing a second-half rally to down
Anderson, 29-24.
Behind, 18-12, with five minutes
gone in the second, half, Michigan
put on a flurry which knotted the
score at 22-22. Then Earl Nuech-
terlein scored six straight points
to put Michigan in front to stay,
28-22.
Anderson had broken an 8-8 tie
late in the first half, hitting three
long field goals to open up a six-
point lead at the intermission,
15-9. But Anderson could not

the first half and carried a 26-15
advantage at the intermission.
But Kelsey's balanced-scoring
squad kept whittling down the
margin +until it dissolved com-
pletely. The only time Kelsey led
during the game was at the end.
Jerry Hearl, Dave Decostel, and
Jim Dyer paced Kelsey with 13,
11, and 9 points.
Winchell 4 topped Anderson,
42-22, for fourth-place "B"
honors, and Taylor outdistanced
Hayden, 44-36, in the fifth-place
"B" title contest.
Nu Sigma Nu edged Delta sig-
ma Delta by two points to win
the professional fraternity swim-.
mning meet last night. Burwell
Jones paced the Nu Sigs with first
places in the 50-yd. backstroke
and 200-yd. freestyle.
Nu Sigma Nu finished with 40%
points and Delta Sigma Delta won
381/2. Alpha Kappa Psi had 32'
points, Phi Delta Epsilon 4, and
Alpha Omega 2.

match, Michigan's 20-point
burst in the second half.
High Scorers
Nuechterlein scored 11 p
10 in the last half, to lead 1M
gan. Bob Gelihas netted 1'
Anderson.

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NEW YORK -) - The first
and second seeded teams, Dayton
and Bradley, make their first ap-
pearances tonight in the National
Invitation Basketball Touranment
at Madison Square Garden.
Bradley, defending .hampion
but seeded No. 2, plays Xavier of
Cincinnati in the opening game.
Dayton opposes Fordham in the
second game.I
Winners advance to Thursday's
semi-finals. The Bradley-Xavier
victor goes against third-seeded
St. Bonaventure, 79-75 winner
over St. Joseph's, Pa. last Satur-
day. The Dayton-Fordham survi-
vor opposes St. John's of Brooklyn
which upset fourth-seeded Utah,
71-70.
Finals Saturday
The finals are scheduled Satur-
day afternoon.
Dayton goes into the Fordham
game with a 23-3 season record
and memories of a one-sided 64-35
victory over the Rams during the
campaign. Fordham's record is
15-8.
Dayton has a well-balanced
squad with no single outstanding
scorer. Jack McCarthy, the six-
foot-center, averaged 14.3 points
a game during the season.
Bradley (20-5) enters the tour-
nament with virtually the same
team which won the title a year
ago. Its hopes have been strength-
ened by return of six-foot-seven

Barney Cable, who averaged 13.1
points during the seaosn.
Bradley's top scorer is Shellie
McMillen, averaging 16.8. Bradley
is one of the few teams to beat
powerful Cincinnati. 79-73, this
year.
Stokes Shows
Improvement
CINCINNATI ('M-Barring com-
plications, it now looks as if Mau-
rice Stokes, Cincinnati Royals
basketball player, will recover
from his sudden critical illness
and return to his profession, a
specialist said last night.
Dr. Curwood R. Hunter, who
was brought in to the case shortly
after the talented athlete col-
lapsed last Saturday night on an
airplane, gave a newsman that re-
port.
Stokes, of Pittsburgh, is not now
totally unconscious, the doctor
said. He opens his eyes when
called by name and follows move-
ments.
Dr. Hunter said every indication
was that Stokes was stricken with
encephalitis, inflammation of the
brain but that he would not know
'definitely until he is able to make
further tests.

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ADVENTURE ABROAD

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HEIGHT PAYS OFT,-Lanky pDa
the tip from Anderson's GaylordF
first half of last night's I-M resid
off game. Michigan won, 29-24.

Williams held off a desperate
Chicago rally to win the "A" third
place, playoff, 25-21. Fred McDon-
ald scored 10 points in the first
half to stake Williams to a 14-11
lead. Williams' margin dwnidied
to 22-2 1 late in; the game,, but
three quick points doomed Chi-
cago.
Huber edged Michigan, 29-26, in
overtime, to annex the "B" divi-
sion second-place crown. A free
throw and John Halstead's basket
in the sudden-death:extra Period
gave Huber its victory.
Huber had overcome a 19-10
Michigan lead with a rally that
tied matters at 26-20 with four
minutes remaining. Huber guards,
operating under the mistaken as-
sumption that Huber; was leading
by one point, froze the ball until
time ran out.)
But Halstead's two-pointer pro-
Tided a suitable alibi for the four-
minute stall-
Cooley 30, Van Tyne 22
Cooley's' fast-breaking 'aggrega-
tion outscored Van Tyne by iden-
tical 15-11 margins in each half
to hang up a 30-22 "B" third-
place playoff victbr3X.
Gomberg swamped Wenley,
40-17, to become fourth-place "A"
champions. John Duncan scored
six of Gomberg's first nine points
with high arching shot. Joe Har-
dy, with 12 points, and Ray En-
low, with eight, carried the 'Big
Red the rest of the way. 'h
Kelsey came from nowhere to
nip Hinsdale, 37-35, in the fifth-
place "A" title game. Hinsdale
built up a 17-3 lead midway in

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Confident Iasilio Set fo

CHICAGO (P') - Middleweight-
champion Carmen ;asilio arrived
in Chicago yesterday wearing a
St. Patrick's Day pin and a wide
grin that reflected confidence in
his March 25 re-match with Sugar
Ray Robinson.
"About all I want to say about
that fight right now," Basilio vol-
unteered, "is that I know what to
expect from Robinson. And he
certainly knows what to expect
from me. I also hear that he is
supposed to be 30 per cent better
than he was when I defeated him.
I don't believe that - not for a
man of his age. If he were younger
I could understand that he might
be better.'
The champion said he weighs
about 1531/2 pounds, and that he
will bhx only three rounds a day
instead of six or seven.
"I weigh about the same as
when I met Robinson the last
time and will come in at the sane
weight, take or give a half pound,"
he added. "Mainly, I want to get;
in road work this week."
Robinson, who first won the
middleweight crown in Chicago
and twice regained it In the Win-
dy City, was due in yesterday with
an entourage of 14.

Meanwhile, the International
Boxing Club said $201,000 already
is in the till.
"The $5 and $10 seats are gone,"
said IBC secretary, Truman Gib-
son. "There remains the $15, $30
and $40 seats. We'll have to wait
and see how the more expensive,
seats go. After all, there seem's
to be a lull in what people are
spending for entertainment these
days.

-Daily-Paul Mda
ve Olds of Michigan House gets
Forbes on a jump ball during the
ence hal "A" second-place play-
r Robinson
However, I look for a gate that
will top the indoor record of $422,-
918 set at Chicago Stadium by
Tony Zale and Rocky Graziano in
194?:"
At last reports, Basilio was an
8-5 favorite in New York and 2-1
ii Chicago.
Asked what he thought of the
odds, Basilio said:
"I never pay any attention to.
them."

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Excellent sick leave and retirement benefits
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Many other civil service benefits
Candidates: may apply now and receive a definite
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Contact your Placement Office for details or write to
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630 West Fifth Street, Los Angeles 17, California

Startirg dates fall between June 7th and July 14th. Prices, wh
include trans-Atlantic fare and all expenses, are approximate and s
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sponges. But he makes no mistgke when it comes to

MONDAY t UESDAY, MARCH 24th a 25th
(OUR NTIERVIEWERS WILLB E HERE)

choosing a cigarette. He picks the one that tastes best.
He puts his money on the only one that's all fine, light,
good-tasting tobacco, toasted to taste even better. He
selects (The suspense is unbearable.) Lucky Strike! AU
of which makes him a Brainy Zany! Quit clowning your-
self-get Luckies right now!
STUDENTS! MAKE $25
Do you like to shirk work? Here's some easy money
-start Stickling! Well pay $25 for every Stickler
we print-and for hundreds more that ELUC
never get used. Sticklers are simple STI!
riddles with two-word rhyming.
anwes.Boh words tnmt have the

Con Edison wants mew who can grow fast.. men who can prove their ability
and move ahead to increasingly important staff and management jobs.

Con Edison will spend $750,000,000-in the next five years,
to expand and improve its electric, gas and steam services.

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drawings.) Send your Sticklers with
your name, address, college and class
to Happy-Joe-Lucky, Box 67A, Mt. [
Vernon, N. Y.

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ConJ Edison has 807 top staff and management posts.
90% of the men now holding these positions must be replaced
in the next 15 years because of retirements and other attrition.
Qver250 of theseyvacancies will be filled in the next five years.
Our big construction program and management attrition spell truly exceptional
opportunities. We have interesting jobs - and Progressively better ones - as

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FOR GANGSTERS?

WHAT is A SEDATE DETECTIyE?

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