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THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1958

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PAGE ~TH

BY JIM BAAD
Two Leagues
A SUBJECT recently touched on by the IFC has been for the past
few years one of I-M Director Earl Riskey's favorite proposals,
the separation of the social fraternities into two separate athletic
units.
The Interfraternity Council has gone no further than to bring
the subject up, but Assistant Dean of Men in charge of Fraternities
William Cross says that the plan could be introduced for discussion
and possibly a vote if Riskey would write it up in concrete terms.
The basis for dividing the present league of 40 teams into two
leagues of 20 teams would be the size of the fraternity in terms of
numbers. The rationale for doing it lies in an attempt to more nearly
equalize competition and raise the chances for the smaller houses
to win some championships.
As it is set up now, the larger houses consistently carry off the
honors. The split (which would be determined by listing the houses
in order of current membership and then dividing the list in half)
would pit houses of relatively equal size against each other.
For a quick look at how the leagues could have been this year if
the plan had been in effect, we can list them below in two columns
in order of descending size. Finishes in the top ten over the past two
seasons are thrown in to show the overbalance of power. A factor to
keep in mind is that these rankings are based on this year's member-
ship, including the spring pledge class. If the existing league is even-
tually split up by this method, it would be in the plan to revise every
year to take care of the changing membership in houses.

SAM, Psi Omega Cage Squads]

.NHL STANDINGS
W L
Montreal 42 15
New York 30 25
Detroit 28 27
Boston 25 28
Toronto 21 35
Chicago 22 38
Last Night's Game
New York 1, Boston 1

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Tonight's Games
Detroit at Chicago

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By STEVE ROGERS

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Although they were shorter at
every position, Sigma Alpha Mu
still managed to control the
boards and defeat Alpha Tau
Omega 31-26 in the social frater-
nity "B" league second place fi-
nals at the I-M Building last
night.
Held scoreless for the first five
minutes, the Sammies managed
to get their offense rolling, and
aided by ATO's sloppy, ineffec-
tive shooting, they opened up a
seven point lead at half-time,
15-8.

In another "B" game, Pi Lamb-
da Phi won the fourth place
championship by beating Alpha
Epsilon Pi 36-30. AE Pi'sStu
Hirsch led the scoring parade with
16 points, but it was not enough
to match the well balanced attack
of the Pi Lambs.

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Chi's offense, netting 20 and 15
points respectively.
A furious offensive attack gave
Phi Delta Chi a 60-26 victory over
Tau Epsilon Rho in a contest for
the fourth place championship.
Hitting the twines almost at
will, Phi Delta Chi opened up a
16-poiht bulge at half-time, 28-12.
Kids Win
Jay Stielstra's hard driving lay-
up gave the Seldom Seen Kids a
28-26 sudden death overtime vic-
tory over 1207 in a battle for the
Independent League first place fi-
nals.

Phi Chi Wins
In the professional fraternity
third place finals, Phi Chi, dis-
playing a very strong defense,
easily defeated Phi Epsilon Kappa
48-14. Dale Baker and Vic Ver
Menlen were the big guns in PhiI

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Large
Fraternitiesg
sigma Nu
Zeta Beta Tau
Lambda Chi Alpha
Phi Gamma Delta
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Alpha Tau Omega
Sigma Alpha Mu.
Alpha Epsilon Pi
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Tau Delta Phi
Chi Phi
Delta Tau Delta
Phi Sigma Delta
Sigma Chi
Phi Delta Theta
Kappa Sigma
-Zeta Psi
Pi Lambda Phi
Psi Upsilon
Delta Upsilon
The two divisions

Finish in

55-56
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Small
Fraternities
Phi Epsilon Pi
Delta Sigma Phi
Phi Kappa Psi
Delta Chi
Delta Kappa Epsilon
Theta Delta Chi
Alpha Sigma Phi
Chii Psi
Theta Chii
Phi Sigma Kappa
Phi Kappa Tau
Trigon
Alpha Delta Phi
Sigma Phi
Phi Kappa Sigma
Beta Theta Pi
Acacia
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Triangle
Kappa Alpha Psi

Finish in
55-56 56-57
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I-M ACTION
... six-handed play
Doctors Report
Stokes Improves
CINCINNATT 0")-Doctors con-
firmed yesterday that encephali-
tis, a brain inflammation, has hit
pro b a s k e t b all star Maurice
Stokes, and said he shows slow but
steady improvement.
Dr. C. R. Hunter said, "Stokes
showed slight improvement today
and I am confident he will have
a complete recovery."

Come to Life
ATO, paced by Bob Stuenkel,
came to life in the second half
and cut the Sammies' margin to
one point with only two minutes
remaining in the game. Two quick
baskets by Stan Kraushaar, how-
ever, iced the game for the Sam-'
mies.
Psi Omega became the second
place champions in the profes-
sional fraternity league by down-
ing Delta Sigma Delta 38-34.
Late Surge
Trailing 34-31 in the waning
moments of the game, Psi Omega
put together three quick baskets
and a free throw to clinch the
game.
The Delt Sigs' Jim Heidenreich,
playing sparkling ball both as a
playmaker and shooter, was the
game's top scorer with 17 points.
Joe Schneider and George East-
man led the attack for the vic-
torious PsihOmegas, with 10 and
12 points respectively.
14 Takes Third Place
In a battle for third place, so-
cial fraternity championship, Del-
ta Upsilon led by Bill Englehart
who tallied 10 points, whipped Phi
Kappa Psi 32-15.

I-M Open House Schedule
FIRST PLACE CAGE CHAMPIONSHIPS
SOCIAL FRATERNITY - Phi Delta Theta vs. Sigma Chi 'A'--
7:45 p.m.
Phi Delta Theta vs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 'B' - 6:30 p.m.
RESIDENCE HALL - Cooley vs. Van Tyne 'A' -- 9 p.m.
Hinsdale vs. Gomberg 'B' - 6:30 p.m.
PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY -- Phi Delta Phi vs. Phi Alpha
Kappa - 9 p.m.
.INDEPENDENT - Sweepers vs. Seldom Seen Kids - '7:45 p.m.
Co-Rec Exhibition - Allen Rumsey vs. Prescott - 9 p.m.

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VOLLEYBALL
International Volley Ball Champion-
ship -- 8 p.m.
Exhibition Matches - YMCAs 'A' vs.
Faculty All Stars -- 7 p.m.
YMCA 'B' vs. Van Tyne - 7 p.m.
HANDBALL
Exhibition matches -- 7-10 p.m.
SQUASH
Exhibition matches 7-10 p.m.
BOXING
Exhibition Matches - 8:15 on
WRESTLING
Exhibition Matches -- 7-8 p.m.
JUDO
Exhibition - 8-8:15 p.m.
CODEBALL
All Campus Championship-7-10 p.m.

GYMNASTICS
All Campus Championships--7-10 p.m.
DIVING
All Campus Championships-7 p.m.
SWIMMING
Residence Hall Championships - 7:30
p.m.
Social Fraternity Championships -
7:30 p.m.
WATER POLO
RESIDENCE HALL CHAMPIONSHIP
Cooley vs. Anderson - 9:30 p.m.
Exhibition match - 9 p.m.
PADDLEBALL
Seldom Seen Kids vs. Owens Co-op
9 p.m.
INDEPENDENT CHAMPIONSHIPS -
Residence Hall Quarter-Finals - 7-9
p.m.

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and the Gold League and no team in one league would play a team
in the other. Organization within each division would be nearly the
same as it is now. The major sports would find each league subdivided,
and eventually there would be first, second, third, fourth and perhaps
fifth place playoffs,
A running point system would be kept, and the eventual annual
ranking would take place in both leagues. If any comparison is wanted
between the two leagues, it could be realized in terms of this season
point total. Whichever league leader has the top total could be con-
sidered the Number one Social Fraternity in I-M athletics.
A Whole New Picture .. .
THE PLAN is a good one as it provides a whole new I-M picture for
the smaller houses. With it in effect, these fraternities could face
an I-M season with more than a small hope for a few championships.
Problems exist also. A major one would lie with the fraternities
quite far down in terms of size, but active enough in athletics to make
a strong bid for the top ten every year. They could feel resentment at
not having an opportunity to test their team strength agains the big-
ger houses. Anoher problem could come from the borderline teams
who would no doubt be shifted from one league to another as mem-
bership changed from year to year.
The few problems should not overshadow the tremendous advantage
the smaller fraternities will gain from this proposed change, however.
If and when the fraternity presidents decide to put this proposal to
a vote, they should keep this in mind.

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Celts, Hawks
Down Foes
By The Associated Press
The Boston Celtics and St. Louis
Hawks got the edge in the best-of-
seven playoffs in the Eastern and
Western divisions of the National
Basketball Association last night.
The Celtics, showing the same
drive and rebounding power that
they have had all season, whizzed
past Philadelphia, 107-98 to gain
a 1-0 advantage over the Warriors.
St. Louis trailed Detroit 90-84
at the end of the third period, but
came from behind to down the
Pistons, 114-111. The game was
marked by a brawl before the end
of the first half that began be-
tween the Piston's George Yard-
ley and the Hawk's Win Wilfong
and emptied both benches.
Cliff Hagan paced the Hawks
with a decisive 38 points and added
greatly to the winners' rebounding.
Dependable Gene Shue was high
for the Pistons with 29, while
Yardley added 20 in a losing effort.I
Boros Optioned
LAKELAND, Fla. (R~)-- The De-
troit Tigers opt ne d former
Michigan star Steve Boros to
Birmingham of the Southern As-
sociation yesterday.
Tiger officials said, "Boros has
a fine future at second base, but
needs experience."

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Cleveland 6, San Francisco
Baltimore 7, Chicago (N) 3
Kansas City 8, Pittsburgh 7
Other games rained out.
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago (N) vs. Baltimore
San Francisco vs. Cleveland
Detroit vs. Los Angeles
Philadelphia vs. New York
Kansas City vs. Pittsburgh

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