THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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By BILL PHELPS
Although the local football turf
was perhaps more suited to hockey
yesterday, the I-M playoff sched-
ule continued in several divisions.
Phi Alpha Kappa displayed ,a
powerful offensive attack as they
routed Phi Delta Epsilon, 40-0, in
the Professional Fraternity A"
playoffs. Under the command of
quarterback Jack Faber the team
scored at will..
Faber personally accounted for
two touchdowns and passed to his
left end Hank Visser for two more
touchdowns and one conversion.
In another Professional Frater-
nity "A" game, ends Ted Treiber
and Dave Dingman led Nu Sigma
Nu to a 16-0 shutout of Gamma
Alpha scoring a touchdown each.
Phi Chi won its game with Tau
Epsilon Rho by forfeit. The bad
evening we ther caused Phi Epsi-
lon Kappa to default to the Law
Club and the game between Delta
Theta Phi and Alpha Kappa Psi
to be postponed.
The Social Fraternity "B" play-
offs featured a 22-12 win for Pi
Lambda Phi over Phi Sigma Kap-
pa. The quarterbacks dominated
this game as Lloyd P o li n s k y
gained eight points for Pi Lambda
Phi and passed to his halfback
Dick Sims for eight more.
Quarterback Niederstatd was
the only scorer for Phi Sigma
Kappa as he personally accounted
for all of their 12 points. Alpha
Tau Omega, behind Art Millman
and Chuck Solomon beat Delta
Sigma Phi, 16-0.
The scores in other assorted
games were: Delta Sigma Delta 6,
Falcons 0; Hayden 2, Prescott 0;
Beantowners 6, Foresters 0.
Moving indoors to the Social
Fraternity volleyball scene, the
I-M schedule saw more action
with 18 games. Shutouts were the
order of the day. here as nine
teams won all six of their games.
Phi Sigma Delta was a winner
over Psi Upsilon; Lambda Chi Al-
pha over Tau Delta Phi; Sigma
Phi Epsilon over Triangle; Phi
Delta Theta over Kappa Sigma;
Zeta Beta Tau over Tau Kappa
Epsilon; Chi Psi over Delta Tau
Delta; Sigma Nu over Phi Epsilon
Pi; Sigma Alpha Mu over Zeta
Psi and Theta Xi over Sigma Phi.
Most of the remaining games
seemed to follow the same general
trend. The other rather lopsided
scores were: Delta Upsilon 5, Tri-
gon 1; Beta Theta"Pi A, Alpha Ep-
silon Pi 1; Theta Delta Chi 5, Del-
ta Chi 1; Pi Lambda Phi 5, Alpha
Sigma Phi 1; Phi Gamma Delta 5,
Phi Kappa Psi 1; Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon 5, Acacia 1 and Sigma Chi 5,
Delta Sigma Phi 1.
The closest games of the even-
ing resulted in a 4-2 win for Al-
pha Delta Phi over Phi Kappa Psi
and an extra game 4-3 victory for
Theta Chi over Delta Kappa Ep-
By The Associated Press
BOSTON-Bronco Horvath, the
hottest hand in hockey, scored his
seventh and eighth goals of the
infant National Hockey League
season last night, providing the
Boston Bruins with a2-1 victory
Horvath, fiery-tempered center,
who drew a $75 fine for an out-
burst in Montreal last Sunday,
found the range on a pair of blaz-
ing shots which skimmed the ice.
Horvath now leads the NHL in
goal scoring department.
Veteran Bruin goalie Herry Lum-
ley appeared headed for his 70th
regular season shutout until Gary
Aldcorn lifted a 35-footer through.
a screen midway of the third
The Bruins got started in the
first period behindba brilliant 14-
save performance by Lumley and
an aggressive defense. Horvath
shot a pass to Fleming Mackell as
they went across the Red Wing
blue line and took a return flip
coming down the center alley for
his first score..
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