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By JIM BENAGH
Three big invitational indoor
tracks meets this weekend beckon
16 Michigan thinclads, including
eight members of this year's var
Hosting the Wolverine aggrega
tions are popular, established af
fairs at Cleveland and Granville
Ohio, and Hamilton, Ontario.
Cleveland's Knights of Columbu
meet tonight will draw Brendan
O'Reilly, Mamon Gibson, Pete
Stanger, Dave Martin, Eeles Land
strom and Doug Kyle from Michi
gan, along with some of the na
tion's top track talent.
Martin, who is entered in the
100-yd. run, set a Michigan fresh
man half-mile record of 1:55.4
earlier this year.
Kyle Is Grad Student
A one-time American AAU six
mile champ, Kyle is doing gra
work at Michigan in Geology-
after completing his undergradu-
ate studies at the University o:
His past record includes the
Olympic 10,000-meter run, a
Canadian mark in the three-mile
run, and Canadian national vic
tories in the mile, three- ;ile and
Tomorrow evening, he will run
at Hamilton in Canada's outstand-
DETROIT -) - The Detroit
Lions traded away their second
veteran in two days yesterday,
sending end Dorne Dibble to the
New York Giants for a high 1959
Wednesday the Lions traded
veteran lineman Ray Krouse to
the Green Bay Packers, also for a
1959 draft choice.
ing board track meet, the 91st
r Highlanders' Games.
n O'Reilly and Gibson will dash
g from Cleveland to Granville for
tomorrow night's Denison Univer-
- Two Hamiltonians
- The Highland'erV' Games, run
, since 1927, will be a homecoming
for two Wolverines, Jim Simpson
s and Cam Gray. Both are natives
n of Hamilton.
e Rob Varian, Don Matheson,
- freshman Brian Gibson and trans-
- fer student Fred Montour are other
- Canadian citizens who will test the
ever-growing Highlander field,
t which this season has the inde-
- pendent New York Pioneer Club,
4 Villanova, Syracuse and Manhat-
tan in its fold.
Bruce Fischer and star freshmen
Frank Geist, John Gregg and
- Wally Schafer complete the Ham-
d ilton contingent.
SCott, Taylor, C
By MEL ROSEN
In overwhelming fashion Phi
Delta Theta and Gomberg house
won swimming titles at the I-M
open house last night.-'
Phi Delta Theta captured the
Social Fraternity swimming cham-
pionship for the second successive
year scoring a total of 42 points.
The new titlists surpassed their
nearest rival, Sigma Chi by 20,
points. Sigma Phi Epsilon finished
-Daily-David Arnold third with 16 points followed by
hird 14' pole vaulter Sigma Alpha Epsilon with 12, Chi
ns as the Wolverines Psi with 11 and .Theta Delta Chi
wi l omet thewith 10.
He will compete at After winning the first event of
the Denison Relays, the night, the 200 yard medley
relay, Phi Delta Theta never relin-
quished its lead. Phi Delta Theta's
foursome of Phil Barger, Dave
Morrill, Byrne Marshell, and John
SLey completed the course in 2:02.
finishing second, half a length be-
hind, was Sigma Chi.
OHIO BOUND--Mamon Gibson, only the t
In Michigan history, will be one of the big gu
head into a big weekenit of indoor action.
Cleveland's Knights of Columbus Games and
EARN BASKETBALL TITLES:
Phi Delta Phi*, SSK Win 'AC
By IRWIN BOROF
Coming up with a last quarter
gpurt, Phi Delta Phi nipped Phi
Alpha Kappa 29-25 in the Profes-
sional Fraternity basketball cham-
pionship at the I-M building last
night while the Seldom Seen Kids
edged the Sweepers, 41-38, for the
The Pro game was a defensive
battle with many fouls.. Floyd
Fraley put PDP ahead at the start,
but Ken Weller and Bob Tazelaar
placed PAK in front at the end of
Emens put them down by only one
at the end of the half.
Opening the second half, Frank
Bracken sunk a jump shot to put
the eventual winners ahead for
the first time, 11-10. PAK quickly
retaliated, however, with five
points to forge into the lead once
Then Bracken scored two bas-
kets to even it up, followed by
another exchange of field goals for
each side, bringing the third per~iod
to a close with the score 17-17.
the first stanza, 6-=4
The second quarter prov
even rougher than the fn
all scoring except one buck
on foul shots. The losersl
edge at the free' throw li
but a PDP field goal b
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The final period unfolded with
ed to be the lead changing hands evey
rst with four points until, with about two
et made and one-half minutes left, the
held the score was evened up at 25-25.
ne, 4-3, Both teams fought for the last
y Dick points, but-In the final miiiute
Emens scored on a free throw,
followed by a lay-up and a foul
shot by Fred Rovde to give Phi
0 Delta Phi the game and the cham-
ST. For the winners, Bracken led
the scorers with 11, and Emens
had eight; Weller and Paul New-
KIt "3 j0
Phi Delta Theta also took firsts
hof were high for PAK with six in the 50 yard breaststroke, 100
apiece. yard free style, and 200 yard free
The Seldom Seen Kids continued style medley and seconds in the 50
their domination of the I-M Inde- yard breaststroke and 50 yard but-
pendent basketaball league in win- terfly. %
ning the championship for the In 'the last event of the meet,
third consecutive year last night. the 200 yard free style medley,
Although the Seldom Seen Kids Bruce Terry, Maynard Evans, Ed
defeated the Sweepers, 41-38, with Gallagher, and Bernie Rinella
only two minutes remaining in the completed the course with a time
contest they we'e in serious danger of 1:44.4. The Phi Delta Theta
of giving up their crowd. foursome came within a second of
ofivingh theirst uarow. sr breaking the record for this event
With the last quarter scarcely set in 1941.
under way the Seldom Seen Kids tomberg house with a totalof
held a comfortable 39-28 lead. 522rgpoints topped Scott house
Suddenly both their offense and _________________________s_
defense collapsed and the Sweep-
ers took advantage of their lapse I-M Results
to sink ten straight points to nar-
row the margin to one point, 39- INTERNATIONAL VOLLEYBALL
38. In this period Bill Nash sunk CHAMPIONSHIP ,
three consecutive baskets for the Turkey 2, Latvia 0
sweepers. EXHIBITION VOLLEYBALL
After the Seldom Seen Kids took Ann Arbor YMCA 'A' 3, Faculty
a desperatelyneeded time out with All-Stars 0
1:45 remaining, Jay Stielstra stole Ann Arbor YMCA 'B' 2, Van
the ball from a Sweeper player Type 1
and scored on a driving layup to CO-EDUCATION BASKETBALL
wrap up the game 41-38. Prescott 21, Allen-Rumsey 21
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who finished out of the running
with 32 points. Taylor, managing
to capture 23 points, finished third
and was followed by Chicago with
13, Kelsey anti Anderson with 9.
and Williams with 8.
Gomberg natators showed their
superiority by capturing five first
places out of 10 events. In out-
classing all their rivals they also
succeeded in gaining a second and
The Residence Hall meet pro-
vided the only record of the eve-
ning. Russ Ougino of Gomberg
won the'50 yard free style with a
time of 25.2 seconds to best the
old record by one-tenth of a sec-
Gugino tied for, his individual
scoring honors with Al Heath of
Chicago House. Both swimmers
totaled 10 points in winning two
events. Heath finished first in the
50 yard breaststroke and the 75
yard individual relay. Besides cap-
turing the 50 yard free style, Gu-
gino out-distanced his rivals in the
200 yard free style.
Activity Calendaring, 1958-59. organ.
izations planning to sponsor events
during 1958-59 school year are request-
ed to submit first and second choice
of datds. to the Calendaring Committee
of Student Government Council, Stu-
dent~ Activities Building, by April 4,
1958. If questions arise, call Paul Licl-
Congregational and Disciples Student
Guild, Friday luncheon: discussion 'on.
Lent, March 21, 12:00, Guild House.
Toy making party, March 21, 7:15,
Lutheran Student Assoc., Splash Par-
ty, March 22, 7:3 p.m., Women's pool,
meet at Lutheran Student Center.
* * *
National Assoc. for the Advancemec
of Colored People, meeting, March 25,
7:30 p.m., Union.
Wesleyan Guild, party, March 21,
8:00 p.m., Wesley Lounge.
B'nai B'rith Hillel, informal dance,
March 22, 10-12 p.m., Social Hall.
Baha'i Student Group, meeting,
March 21, 8:30 p.m. Open discussion:
Leader Pauline Rushing.
* * *-
B'nai Brith Hillel, sabbath services,
March 21, 7:30 p.m., Zwirdling. Chapel.
Speaker: Rev. Leman, "Atoms, Moral
Michigras, Parade and booth ma-
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,to 4:30 p.m. SaturdayatParking Lot
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