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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26,1967

PAGE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY.. OCTOBER 2R I~57

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SIGMA CHI OUT:

IM Football

Finish Near

By FRED LaBOUR the former Tyler house in Easy !will meet the winner of the im-
The Intramural Department's Quad. pending Delta Upsilon-Tau Delta
touch football program is driv- The second place winners have Phi clash in an attempt to move
ing to a close with most of the already been decided with Scott into finals competition.
divisional championships to be de- house crushing Michigan. 14-0. Sigma Chi had defeated DU in
cided within the next week. Scott was 'B" champion last year. previous tournament play but was
In the third place finals. Taylor ejected from the play-offs after a
The last few days of action will clobbered Gomberg 6-0 to cop the recruiting disorder came to light.
feature play-offs to determine the trophy. According to assistant IM director,
winners in each division (social The first three place winners Dr. Rodney Grambeau, Sigma Chi
fraternity, residence hall, .etc) for have been determined for resi- imported a; player from the Uni-
first through fourth place. After dence hall "B" competition with versity's Dearborn campus to com-
the regular season is concluded, Winchell house heading the line- pete in their games. An investi-
teams are assigned to round-robin up. The Wipers defeated Wenley gating committee was formed, the
tournaments for the four places 12-0 to take first place. local fraternity was found guilty.
on the basis of their season's rec- Allen-Rumsey was shut out by and their win over DU was nulli-
ord. These tournaments are con- VanTyne 6-0 in the second place fied
ducted on both the "A" and "B" finals and Lloyd house forfeited to The other team to appear in the
levels. I Residence College to give them
In the residence hall "A" divis- third place honors. Lloyd finished finals will be decided by the
ion, the Residence College will first in the "A" division last year, battle between Delta Tau Delta
meet VanTyne for the. first place The social fraternity division has and Sigma Alpha Mu. The even-
trophy. The Residence College advanced to the semi-final stage ual winner will be decided next
team is made up of members of In "A" action, Sigma Phi Epsilon .

fraternity Council are sponsoring
two games pitting the winners of
the fraternity "A" and "B" divis-
ions against their counterparts in
the residence hall league. The
games will take place at Ferry
Field on Nov. 12. starting at 2:00
p.m. Trophies will be presented to
the winners.
Almost before football has de-
parted from the hearts of IM
devotees, basketball is about to
burst onto the scene. The IM de-
partment is sponsoring a 72 team
basketball tournament beginning
Nov. 1.
The tournament will be on a
single elimination basis with a
consolation prize to be awarded.
The tournament is expected to
continue for at least five weeks.
IM FOOTBALL RESULTS

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Equal Righ ts
for Trucks.
Pity the truck. It's a marvelous invention. But to walk into most dealerships you wouldn't
know it. Cars get the glamour, and most of the attention.
Not at Rampy Chevrolet.
Fred Dupuis, the truck sales manager, won't sell you a truck that isn't right for your needs.
And thanks to Rompy's high sales volume, the right truck sells at a reasonable price. But
no matter how many he sells, a truck dealer is only as good as his service. Service manager
Bud Schultz is one of the best in the business. He's had more than ten years experience
with both Chevy Cars and Trucks. Sam Uphous and Dave Wantenpool are truck special-
ists. And all three are diesel experts, rare finds in the automotive service world these days.
Trucks always get first-class treatment at Rampy Chevrolet.
You just met four reasons why.

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All-Stars Announced

By The Associated Press
The World Series winning St.
Louis Cardinals of the National
League and the Boston Red Sox,
champion of the American
League, each placed two men on
the All Star Teams announced
yesterday by the Sporting News, a
weekly sports newspaper.
Representing the Red Sox were
left fielder Carl Yastrzemski and
pitcher Jim Lonborg. Yastrzemski
was also named American League
Player of the year and Lonborg
was honored as the league's
Pitcher of the Year.
Orlando Cepeda, who led the
Cardinals to their easy pennant
win, was named the National
League Player of the Year. Catch-
er Tim McCarver was the other
St. Louis pick on the team. Sur-
prisingly enough, his World
Series hero battery-mate was left

out. San Francisco's Mike Mc-
Cormick was named the National
League Pitcher of the Year.
The American League team in-
cluded: Bill Freehan, Detroit;
pitchers, Lonborg of Boston and
Earl Wilson of Detroit; first base,
Harmon Killebrew, Minnesota;
second base, Rod Carew, Minne-
sota; third base, Brooks Robin-
Fregosi, California; left field,
Yastrzemski, Boston; center field,
Al Kaline, Detroit; right field,
Frank Robinson, Baltimore. }
The National League included:
catcher, McCarver, St. Louis;
pitchers, McCormick of San Fran,,
cisco and Ferguson Jenins of Chi-
cago; first base, Cepeda, St. Louis;
second base, Bill Mazeroski, Pitts-
burgh; third base, Ron Santo,
Chicago; shortstop, Gene Alley,
Pittsburgh; left field, Henry
Aaron, Atlanta; center field, Jim
Wynn, Houston; right field, Ro-
berto Clemente, Pittsburgh.:

In the second place of the "A" Resience Hall "Al
sector, the winner of the Phi Scott 14, Michigan 0
Taylor 6, Gomberg 0
Gamma Delta-Theta XI game will Anderso 6, Adams 0
encounter the victor of the Beta vanTyne 12, Chicago 6
Theta Pi-Sigma Nu contest for the Residence Hall "B"
championship. RsdneHi B
Social frat "B" tournament ac- vanTyne6, Allen-Rumsey usen-Rot
tion will pit Tau Delta Phi against vig 0 (forfeit)
the Theta Chi-Sigma Alpha Epsi- Winchell 12, Wenley 0
lon winner. Then, whoever hap- Social Fraternit
pens to emerge from that morass Theta Xi 6, Evans scholar 2
must still play the team that re- Phi Kappa Psi 8, Beta Theta Pi 16
mains after the Delta Tau Delta- Triangle 24, Sigma Pi 0
Beta Theta Pi winners meet the Sigma Phi Epsilon 12, Phi Delta
Theta Xi-Sigma Phi winners to Phi Gamma Delta 6, Theta Delta Chi
determine the eventual champions.
Interhouse Assembly and Inter- Sigma Nu 27, Alpha Tau Omega 20
GRID SELECTIONS
Next Tuesday is Halloween, and as usual, the Daily will hold
its annual freakout at the Forest Hill Cemetery in front of the
Michigan Theatre. Catering will be provided by Cottage Inn,. whose
pizza, Sports Editor Clark Norton labeled "Something everyone is
dying to eat." Entertainment will be supplied by Forest Hill's own,
Crypt Kicker Five, playing their new graveyard smash, "Blood Is
Sweeter than Wine."
Invitations are severely limited to those who have won grid picks
in addition to the Daily Sports Staff. Therefore, if you don't want,
to miss the social event of the year, get your entries in before the
witching hour Friday night.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

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