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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1966

PAGE EIGhT tilE MICHIGAN DAIlY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7.1966

BEAT.
STATE

Intramural Program Swings into Action

By BOB LEES
It's easy to tell when the IM
football season starts. Fraternity
presidents try to maintain their
dignity while smiling through lips
held together by 18 stitches, quad-
dies go to classes in Levi's stained
by the grass and dirt of Ferry
Field, and the most fragil-looking
Markleyites brag about their big
upsets of the South Quad jock
houses.
Football, touch-style, has been
here in force for several weeks
now, with hundreds of games al-
ready played in the several

leagues. The A division is finishing
up its regular, season play this
week, but the playoffs-the real
"pressure cooker" of the intra-
mural sportworld-will begin next
Tuesday.
Meanwhile, the B division-un-
able to play last Sunday because
of the debris left on Ferry Field
by "over 13,000 bandsmen"-con-
clude regular league play next
week, with playoffs to follow.
Golf Results
But, contrary to the opinion of
many big, brawny types, football
isn't the only IM sport. Golf rear-

ed its pockmarked head on Sat-
urday, Sept. 24, with competition

For the Quads, Greene House led hole low-score tournament. James
with a 378. Larry Ricker's 92 paced Johnson of the Biochemistry team

in five divisions, three of which the team, while Ron Parker, G
have been tabulated. Kelch, and Mike Morey shot
In the Greek corner. Lambda 95, and 97 respectively. Sec
Chi Alpha came in first with a place went to Chicago Ho
four-man team total of 336. Jeff whose 379 was just off the
Messner and Gary Ackerman led Hayden placed third with 383.
their team with 80's, while Dave Top Grads
Rhodes and Bill Mallory shot 87 The grad division was topper
and 89 respectively. Evans Scho- Phi Chi's amazing total of
lars were runners-up with 340, They were followed by the
followed by ZBT. Sig Ep and Sam- Club with a 336, Dental Sc
mies with 340, 345, and 348 re- with 345, and Nu Sigma Nut
spectively. Last year's winner, '348.
Delta Upsilon, came in eighth with All golfers who shot 82 or
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regg took this crown with a 78-74-152
94, score. Tied for second at 153 were
ond Ray LeVan of Phi Delta Phi (77-
use, 76) and George Zollner of the
top. Newman Club (75-78)..
Yesterday the fraternities and
dormitories competed in their re-
d by spective cross country meets, with
328. a field of approximately 250 en-
Law' tered.
hool
with Theta Delta Chi and Scott
House took first place in their re-
less spective divisions in Cross Country
36- meet for fraternities and residencej
halls yesterday.-
Theta Delts Tops
The Theta Delts totaled 25
points based on a third place fin-
ish by Pat Richardson, a sixth
place by El Magoo, and a 16th by
Larry Bell. Evans Scholars fin-
ished a close second with 28
points, followed by Zeta Beta Tau,
Lambda Chi Alpha, and Beta
Theta Pi.
In the residence halls, Scott
House compiled 17 points, good
enough for first place. The Scot-
ties' Tom Harris repeated his win
of last year with a 12:07 clocking
in the 2.3 mile run across the
University Golf course. Harris also
paced Scott's championship IM
track team with a first place in the
mile earlier this fall.
Following Scott in second place
was Hinsdale House with 34)
points. Tyler and Williams Houses
tied for third, with Michigan
House in fifth place.
While to many men the football
games are all that count, rest
assured that there are plenty of
participants in the other sports-
and they all contribute points on
those big scoreboards in the IM
Building.
Sellout!
For the 19th consecutive year
the Michigan - Michigan, State1
football game will be sold out.
Nearly 1% million people have
watched the Wolverines and Spar-
tans play during those years.
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:

THIS WEEK'S GAMES
(Consensus in Caps)
MICHIGAN at Michigan State FLORIDA at Florida State
OHIO STATE at Illinois TENNESSEE at Georgia Tech
MINNESOTA at Indiana MISSISSIPPI at Georgia
Northwestern at OREGON ST. MISSOURI at Kansas Stat.
NEBRASKA at Wisconsin Navy at SYRACUSE
Hawaii at AIR FORCE -UCLA at Rice
Baylor at ARKANSAS PRINCETON at DARTMOUTH
Army at NOTRE DAME Washington at SOUTHERN CAL
Iowa at PURDUE Utah at WYOMING
Wake Forest at AUBURN Kutztown State at EAST
STROUDSBURG STATE
CHUCK VETZNER (Sports Editor, 37-23-617)-Michigan, Ohio State, Min-
nesota, Purdue, Oregon State, Nebraska, Air Force, Arkansas, Notre Dame,
Wake Forest, Florida, Tennessee, Mississippi, Missouri, Syracuse, UCLA, Dart-
mouth, Washington, Wyoming, East Stroudsburg State.
JIM LaSOVAGE (Associate Sports Editor, 44-16-.733)--Michigan, Ohio
State, Minnesota, Purdue, Oregon State, Nebraska, Air Force, Arkansas, Notre
Dame, Auburn, Florida, Tennessee, Mississippi, Missouri, Nacy, UCLA, Dart-
mouth, Southern Cal, Wyoming, East Stroudsburg State.
GIL SAMBERG (Assistant Sports Editor, 38-22-.633)-Michigan, Ohio State,
Minnesota, Purdue, Oregon State, Nebraska, Air Force, Arkansas, Notre Dame,
Auburn, Florida, Georgia Tech, Georgia, Missouri, Syracuse, UCLA, Princeton,
Southern Cal, Wyoming, East Stroudsburg State.
JIM TINDALL (Associate Sports Editor, 36-24-.600)-Michigan, Ohio State.
Minnesota, Purdue, Oregon State, Nebraska, Air Force, Arkansas, Notre Dame,
Auburn, Florida, Tennessee, Mississippi, Missouri, Syracuse, UCLA, Princeton,
Southern Cal, Wyoming, East Stroudsburg State.
MARK KILLINGSWORTH (Daily Editor)-Michigan, Ohio State, Minnesota,
Purdue, Northwestern, Wisconsin, Air Force, Arkansas, Notre Dame, Auburn,
Florida, Tennessee, Georgia, Kansas State, Navy, Rice, Princeton, Washington,
Wyoming, Kutztown State.
PROF. CHARLES C. KILLINGSWORTH (Guest Selector, Michigan State)-
Michigan State, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Oregon State, Nebraska, Hawaii, Baylor,
Army, Wake Forest, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Mississippi, Missouri, Syracuse,
UCLA, Dartmouth, Southern Cal, Utah, East Stroudsburg State.

GRID SELECTIONS
The Daily is privileged to have two guest selectors this week:
Daily Editor Mark R. Killingsworth, and his father, Prof. Charles C.
Killingsworth of the Michigan State University economics depart-
ment (he feels the unemployed are unskillea anu untrained), his bat-
tles with the Michigan economics department the feels they are un-
skilled and untrained) and his fierce partisanship for MSU (he picks
them to beat Michigan by 9 points).
Daily Editor Killingsworth is famous for his theories of unem-
ployment ihe feels the unemployed are untrained and unskilled), his
battles with the University administration (he feels they are un-
skilled and untrained) and his fierce partisanship for Michigan (he
picks them to beat MSU by 9 points).
If two such great economists can disagree so completely, there
is still hope for the amateur economist.

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