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THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1931
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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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'R 1 TER 1 I ' Y 1'

OTHER TWO TITLES
WON BY61SIGM CI
Lawyers and Junior Physical Eds
Capture Remaining Two'
Championships.
Alpha Sigma Phi won' the inter-
fraternity basketball crown last]
night for the second year in suc-
cession by upsetting the pre-tourn-
ament favorites, Beta Theta Pi, 22-
18 by a last quarter rally. At the
end of the third period the score
was 13 all, but after Cummings fol-
lowed one in to put the Betas two
points ahead, Renner sank three
field goals and his teammate, Fay
caged a one-handed shot under the
basket to put the game on ice for
the Alpha Sigs.
Sigma Chi won the class "B" and
"C" titles when the former squad.
won from Sigma Pi, 11-6, and the
lower division team nosed out Al-,
pha Kappa Lambda in an overtime,
17-15. The "C" team led at the
third quarter, 12-9, but was tied-
up by the end of the game, 15-15.>
MacDonald caged the winning bas-
ket with less than a minute to play

INTER-

Senior Laws
Bowers, if,..
Glocheski, rf
Verispoor, if
Hass, c .....
Lapin, c ....
MilIken, ig..
Smith, rg
Totals
Jr. Phy. Eds.
Kopy, if ....
Kassmussen,
McCormick,r
Olto, c.....
Hagen, c ....
LaJeunesse, 1
Lindsay, rf
Totals ....

CLASS FINALS
(18) B F
4 4
1 0
. 0 1
. 10
..... ...0 0
0 1
0 0
66
(28) F
23
rf ..... 0 0
rf....3 1
41
10
Lg ...... 1 1
.11 6

T
12
2
1
2
0
1
0
18
T
7
0
7
9
2
3
0
28

YEARLING MATMEN
FEATUREPROGR A M
Four First Year Men Capture
Individual Wrestling'
Championships.
All-campus finals in wrestling
were completed during Intramural:
Open House program last night.I
Seven individual winners were de-
cided in the course of the matches,
featuring three falls and one draw
in the overtime periods. Trophies3
are to be awarded to the winners.1
In the 115-pound class, Landrom,a
freshman, defeated Shapiro by a
fall which came in three minutes
dtirnnr~~c71tan mn ithr f ph-

BOXING PROGRAM
PROVIDES ACTION
Five Fast Bouts Feature Card
for Open House Night.
Inter-class boxing finals furnish-
ed plenty of action for the 1,500
people that attended the Intra-
mural Open House program last
night. All of the bouts were good
and made the awarding of the tro-
phies interesting.
J. O. Kirby (Soph) defeated L.
Laser in three rounds, the first of
which was Laser's by a wide mar-
gin. The other two went to Kirby,
however, and with them the title.
Dave Golden (Sr) and Jack Ralston
put on one of the fastest bouts of
the evening. The latter weakened

RAEINBER CAPTURES'
GYMNASTIC CROWN'
Piles up Large Point Lead Over
Ponto; Menton and Banch
Take Next Honors.
First place honors in the all-
campus gymnastic tournament that
was part of the Open House sched-
ule of events last night was won
by Raenber with a total of . 375.4
points. Ponto placed second with
281.3 points, while Menton and
Banch were third and fourth with
221.7 and 205.5 points respectively.
Raenber won the horizontal bar
event followed by Banch, second,
Menton, third, and Ponto, fourth.
Points ranged from 79 to 63.2. In
the side horse competition Raenber
won again, and Paull was second.
Ponto placed third and was trailed
by Solomon for fourth place honors.
The flying rings events went to
Banch with Raenber coming sec-
ond. Kelley placed third and De
Ritron was the fourth place man.
Raenber came to the fore again in
the parallel bars followed by Ponto
for second. Menton, De Ritron and
Kelly were third, fourth, and fifth
respectively. The remaining event
of competition on the mats was
carried by Ponto. Menton took sec-
ond honors and Banch and Raenber
followed as third and fourth men.

in the extra session.
CLASS "A" FINALS
Beta Theta Pi."A" (18) B
Adams, if ...........3
Miller, rf ............. 1
Cummings, c.........1
Arnold, 1g ............ 0
Dale, rg.............0
Black, rg............

F
2
2
0
0
2
6

Totals ............ 6

Alpha Sigma Phi "A" (22)
Fay, If ...............3.
Renner, rf ............ 3
Damm, c......... . 2
Buderus, Ig...........0
Shea, rg .............. 0
Ehresman, Ig ......... 0
Edwards, rg .......... 0

T
8
4
4
0
0
4
18
T
6
9
4
0
3
0
0
22

ALPHA PI API
Alpha Kappa Lambda Beats
Alpha Chi for Second
Place in Meet.
Inter-fraternity competition
track Tuesday night resulted
victory for Alpha Phi Alpha,
lowed by Alpha Kappa Lan
and Alpha Chi Rho for second
third. The winners had 21 pc
and the other twb teams made
and 12 points respectively. T
Xi with 111% took fourth p
while Phi Kappa and Theta
tied for fifth with 11 points ap
A total of 135 men were ent
by 22 fraternities, 16 of which
ceived entrance points. In
course of the evening a new re
was set when D'Anna, Phi Ka
ran the 440 in 2:05.5. Nine ev

45) seconds. Maeyma, anon er res - in tie last round andt tata ecdedu
1man grappler, took the 125-pound the fight in favor of Golden.
class title from La Rock by a time Stevens (Frosh) lost a decision
advantage of 3:42. The yearling to Frank Fox (Soph) in a'fight fea-
squad continued to win when Freid- tured by hard hitting on the part
man gained the slender advantage of both men. Fox's endurance was
of 1:35 over Kruger in the 135 divi- the better, though. Pete Morgan
sion. (Frosh) won the inter-class ban-
Out One of the feature matches on tamweight championship since no
the card was the 145-pound bout. opponent appeared to challenge his
Hellewelle and Kosabach battled to right.
a draw in the overtime period and Ralph Shaheen (Jr) and Warren
will share the title between them Taylor, winner of middleweight
in this year. interclass title for freshmen, put
in a White, the fourth first year man on an exhibition bout. Gallup and
fol- to win, took the 155 match from Heifetz also filled in by putting on
bda Clark by virtue of a fall in three a comedy bout that the crowd well
and minutes flat. The last two bouts eneraie _fr _5miuts
went to the Varsity entries, Powers
oints getting a decision over Ponto by the Snell Takes Campus
151/ small advantage of 1:16 in what Indoor Tennis Crown
heta was easily the best match of the
lace, evening. The bout was close and The championship in the indoor
Chi the last minute decided it. j tennis all-campus tournament was
iece. The final weight to be contested won by Richard E. Snell, '33, from
iered was won by Brockmeyer, of the Var- Joseph E. Appelt, '33A, by the
d sity squad. He threw McCauley in scores of 6-3, 6-0, and 6-2. The new
re- four minutes 45 seconds to take the champion had little trouble in tak-
the title. Since he and Powers were the ing the sets from his opponent,
cord only representatives of the Varsity flashing into full form in the sec-
squad to come out on top the fresh- ond set to blank the runner-up
vppa, men carried off high honors last with a straight set that included
vents night. two love games.

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F
0
3
0
0
3
0
0
6

Totals ............ 8

CLASS "B" FINALS
Sigma Pi "B" (6) B
Norman, If ........... 1
Seward, rf ............ 0
Stock, rf.............0
Giesen, c ............ 1
Bovard, ig............1
Helliwell, rg .......... 0

F
0
0
0
0
0
0

Totals ............3
Sigma Chi "B" (11) B
Bain, if .............. 1
Eastman, rf .......... 2
North, c .............. 1
Jones, lg ............. 1
Brett, rg..............0
Gevtz, rg ............. 0
Totals ............ 5

0
F
1
0
0
0
0
0
1

wee run off, the winners taking
- firsts in three of them.
SUMMARIES
T 60-yard dash: (1) Rodgers, Alpha
2 Phi Alpha, (2) Wheeler, Theta Chi,
0 (3) Davis, D. A. E., (4) Ray, Alpha
0 Chi Rho. Time :06.8.
2, Pole vault: (1) Rennick, Alpha
2 Chi Rho, (2) Ellsworth, 'Theta Xi,
O (3) Kaupp, D. A. E., (4) Liebert,
-I Phi Kappa. Height-10 feet 3 in.
6 Broad jump: (1) Rea, Alpha Chi
T Rho, (2) Veach, A. K. L., (3) Sim-
3 mons, Alpha Phi Alpha, (4) North-
4 rup, Theta Chi. Distance-20 feet
2 111/2 inches.
2 Shot Put: (1) Blumenfeld, Phi
00' Beta Delta, (2) Brown, Theta Chi,
(3) Chloset, A. K. L., (4) McGrath,
-Delta Sigma Pi. Distance-37 feet
11 71/ inches.
High jump: 1) Benjamin, Alpha
~ Phi Alpha, (2) Allen, Theta Xi, (3)
Veench, A. K. L., (4) Hickman, Al-
pha Phi Alpha. Height -5 feet
T 9 1-4 inches. New record.
0 One-Mile Run: (1) Dickson, Phi
0 Kappa, (2) Kennedy, Delta Sigma
3 Pi, (3) Darrow, D. A. E., (4) John-
0 son, Alpha Phi Alpha. Time-4:52.6.
11 65-yard high hurdles: (1) Eldred,
1 A.K.L., (2) Allen, Theta Xi, (3)
- Randall, Alpha Phi Alpha, (4)
15 Marxs, Tau Delta Phi. Time-:09.5.
# 65-yard low hurdles: (1) Randall,
T Alpha Phi Alpha, (2) Bradley, Phi
14 Kappa Sigma, (3) Williams, Theta
0 Chi, (4) Marxs, Tau Delta Phi.
3 Time- :08.1.
0 440-yard run: (1) D'Anna, Phi
0 Kappa, (2) Nicholson, Theta Xi,
0 (3) Macklin, A. K. L., (4) Graham,
- Alpha Chi Rho. Time-2:05.5. New
17 record.

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CLASS "C" FINALS
Alpha Kappa Lambda "C" (15)
B F-
Clark, lf.............. 0 0
Smith, rf .............0 .0
Comins, rf............1 1
Stagerwald, c .........0 0
Rank, lg.............. 5 1
Gallaty, rg............0 1
Totals ............ 6 3

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Sigma Chi "C" (17) IB
Miller, If ...... .. 6
Yarrington, rf . ... . . 0
MacDonald, c .-........1
Firring, c ............ 0
Dralse, Ig..........0
Hoffer, rg ............ 0

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0
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