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D1FENDlIG CHkMPS
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Superior Ball-Handling Added
to. Numerous Fouls Gives
Betas Easy :Win.
Root Leads Scorers With 'Total
o~Six points; play NotE
of Best Caliber.
Bleta Theta Pi returned the defeat
' last night that they suffered at the
ha~nds of Alpha Sigs last year in the
fight for the class "A" fraternity
basketball finals. This time they
distinctly outplayed the defending
champions, and rolled up a score
of 20. to 10 to capture the title. Ap-
proximately 2,500 people attended
the Open House activities.
This result, verified all pre-game
dope on the teams and keeps the
record of the new title holders
clean for the year. Yet the team
that won ,last night was not of the
caliber of the cn i Uk- faced the
Alpha Sigs last yea ", and as far as
that goes neither squad .was up to
par. The play that resulted was not
as close, nor as ,interest-ing or thrill-.
iny as before, but was marked with
plenty of careless ball-handling
and.' numerous' fouls.
BEetas Are. Taller.
Thk Betas had the height ad-
vantage last night, but they added
'to that superior ball-handling 'and
a bettre.' working offense than the
Alpha' .Sig aggregation. Had they
been at)'l to click on their pivot
play as' \they tried to, the score
alight have been twice again what
it was. Pla~ying a remarkable ball-
hawk game%, aided by poor, passes to
Miller at tirx es, the Alpha Sig con-
ter, 1Damm, ma naged to break up
most 'of the, attempted scoring
through Miller'.of the Betas.
Jack Root of the betas took high
score honors vith a pair each of
goals and free tgrows for six poinits,
taking the fiooz shots aftpr fast
dribbling, withotit any aid. "Wally
Millier and Cummings followed hime
with five and .four _points m'spec-
tively. "One-Hoss" , Shea of the los-
ers contributed thr'ee points via one
goa~l an'd a foul t6; lead' his; team,
while Fay, Damm, a nd Kocs s .trail-
ed wiith a field goal! apiece.'
Tw A ve Prsoiuals .Called.
Eightlpersonals l?y Alpha Sigma.
Pi accounted' for fix' of the" jetal
scores, wh~ie the. t iumphant 'five'
wereaidbu tour times last,
night. Losing' desperation' may have
contributed to this part of the.
game.

Rily, lap Dspc~I DLTA ,UPSILON"BEATS CHI PSI
Comic Diving Stunt FOR 'B' LAURELS; A. K. Lo. WINS
icke neioaSuteanCl -Austin Clapp Autf Physical Eds Capture Title1 Slater, out-scored the Falcon five to
Stafod omind t pt n hein Independent Cage lead 17-5 at the half. Despite the
'Staford cobine to~ut~n th I four spectacular shots of Bayerle of
already 'famous Degener-Raike Championships. teFlos h hsclEshl
EU1C me ,yUtzun' last night at the-1 their early lead and entirely. out-
; lntr :_<_al ()s n dou xse, to ire D lta Upsilon's cage outfit cap-I classed their opponents to win the
aboui Itl I f ; : the imain punch tured the class ":B" basketball titlej title.
in'a ehbition C;imming and from Chi Psi to the tune of 114-111 } K swee el on.
wdi. ;i~ r1zogra stag'ed by Mtatt in a hard fought game, and Alpha " ,heir way to the class "C" title last
. ;lln. Swimmervzs from 'both Kappa Lambda mopped up thei ye:.>" but their hup-s wereu shattered
uiciga and other universities Delta Alpha Epsilon squad, 13-9 for xvi h m Sit i_ Chi's nipp°d their
ftI~Ou too'.. a part in ,thie exhibi- tecas""ron hene- lead and ultimately peek "eted the
tion which drew the biggest pendent tilt, the Physical Eds van- championship.
crowd that watched any event qiiished the Falcons by a 29-21 Sigmra Chi won the honors in the
on last night's prog'rani. margin. class '"E" tournament last year as
_____________ Chi Psi jumped to an early lead well as in the class "C" division.
in the first struggle of the evening. They defeated Sigma Pi for the?
but the Delta Upsilon cagers surged title.
I Jto an 8-4 advanitage at the half, Trhe Independent league title ofI
which they-managed to hold. in the Ilast season went to the Lawyers
Tthe brilliant attack of their for-; in the finals.
yards, staged a desperate rally, but__ _ --
F [~TIJ D[ MAT DO V their opponents held fast and came C M U E CN
Bartholomew Stars. CHAMPS CROWNED
Large Crowd Witnesses Finals DnBrhlmw ei pio
in All-Camipus Tourney; forward, led the scoring with two i13astSCHl, nd M rmn
Bauss Forfeits. field tallies and a foul to becomeI Win Individual Titles.
____ individual star of the fray. __
Three hundred of the large crowd The Alpha Kappa Lambda squad!I After a week of elimination the
of Intramural Open House visitors, outclassed the good aoffeseof mttcaosi the AlCmu ec
were treated to one hour of wrest- wiuln thelclass "C" laurels. Overcom- ing tournament were decided last
ling in the All-Campus finals. Therei ing their rivals' early lead, the F ig~ht at the Fourth Annual Open
was not a dull moment in the six Alpha Kaps led at the half, and House of the Intramural Sports
bouts, as the grapplers were evenly. with the aid of Clarke's three netE building. Bassett won the foils with
matched and in .fine condition. shots and two foul line throws, thcy !Wolfe, Morrow. and Steen tied for
evenng*held a steady lead till the final
nthbetbuofteiwhistle. second position. Hall won the sabre
Koplin held a time advantage over Cliff Friend, Alpha Kappa Lamb- and Buhl placed second, losing the
Rubin, Michigan A. A. U. champion, , da guard, took honors as outstand- final ma tch 5-2. Merriman won the!
in the 118 pound class, to win the! ing player, and Miller led the Delta epee by defeating Bauchat, who
decision in the 126 pound class. I Alpha Epsilon team with four° placed second.
polngv ieehbto fpoints. "The winners will furnish me
Koli gv afie xibtin fSlater Plays Center.{ with :sine material for the futuref
bar-rm rdingto eep ubintie In the contest between the Phys- engagements," Coach John John-
lp. ical Ed quintet and the Independ- stone said after seeing the favor-
Freedman rnjnne~d GCix in2'9 to l Pnf: ai nc oh,,11, lorl fl-a ovflAs emerQpvicrious- iand h

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NISEN WIN PS TITLEI
IN TENNI1S TOURNl~EY!

VISITING DETR~OIT HANDBALL S TAR'S
DOWN VARSITY MEN IN EXHJBITIQNS

D worman OverwhzelmsM'Carthy
in T-aurc Mch.

Defe'ats Corey in Fotir Sets "Lefty" Dworman, Detroit hand-
to Capture All-Campus ball champion and four times co-
Net Camp inshiholder of the national doubles title,
lO~c' Ch~ostole the show in the handiball ex-
Cb lc~iseils, th'e runner-up in hibitions at the Open House pro-
f h fieshm an tennis tornamt rent graml last night as he e~asily van-
I'year, Won the singes csham- qluished McCarthy, of ,the Detroit
pir"I ship by (c~featint, John Corey Knights of Coluniuts team. 21-7,
21-9. The powerful corner s~hots of
iii a hardl fought four set match.theAuto City tteode ethis
-3) 6,_7-5. 7-5- opponent from plia-gtiip-an
INisen took an early lead in the Points, vwhiln' Dwornian vas easily
first Coet and won it with' ease, in able .to tak~e caire of an chaincO s
the s,(cond syet it was fust thle Opp;- tmat -T'AcCrthy gave hinm.
sitLe. Corey mixed his shnots beauti- nthe' othter Sian dbatl exhibitions.
fully and cn "several oc"casiohn left Grebory defeated'Bak~er, of ' hePlv-r
Nis;:n unable .to 'reaIch thpe return. , ~-
Tefspaeof ,the second set mothte n, f76 nd 1-7, Dowd,
semdto tell on .Core ' d Niseni)
i'eg ined the accuracy of .his serve,.
whch bin a ti'ca arty Lfast, hove- : LU T I T
Corey unable to 'retur'n at P. aup. J~I
times. anti\ Was able to lbieak
t~hrough Corey's serv e eniough to 02 Packard St. f
win 7-J. 'Tediy. 11:3o to 1:30
After a rest the boys t c]in' back Blreaded .YVeal Cutt
toftle court and 'Corey too k tfle Meat LoaM,!'?Mu'shrom i ravy, Peas
first game, lost the second, won the Hain and Cabbage
third, lost the fourth, but wonI the Mashed Potatoes
fifth to Reiad.3-2; but attain 'the fast Chop Scey i ith' RiceI
pace which hie had set ;began to toll Custard with Fresh Raspberries
on himn and Nisen won the next Coffee, Milk
th2e games to lead 5-3. Corey_ 30c
,)ioke through Nisen's serves and 5:30 to 7:30
na ian tied it up at five gaimes each. Su
Nisen then braced and took theSop Liver and BaconI
next two games for the deciding set Hamburg Steak, Fried Onions
and match. Sirloin Steak, a la Creole
Nisen replaces Snell as campus Breaded:' Pork Chops'
ndoor tennis champion, and should 'Roast Veal, Dressing
be in the scramble for the places Roast Beef and fpork
on the Varsity tennis team this Mashed or Baked Potatoes
I sruring, according to Coach John-' Pies, Leftce,: Salad, &eets
stne 'Bread and .Buitter '
stone.Cherry Pie, Ire Cream, ,Fruit Dessert
Cake' .
Lance Richbourg, traded to the Coffee, Milk, Tea
Chicago Cubs by the Boston Braves, 40c.
was once a ec llegiate star at the
University of Flor ida.

of. K. of, C., downed Lunberg, 21-12
and 21-15; Sullivan (KC) nosed out
Braly, 21-20, and 21-19; Jabro (KC)
defeated. Lance, 21-I7, 21-17; Joyce
(KC) upset Cohen, 15-21, 21-9, 21-
20; and Hough ly (KC) downed Pont
12-21, 21-13, and 21-19.
EPhelps of Michigan gained a de-
fault over Burke .of the' Knight of
Columbus in another game that w.as
scheduled 'for last night's program.

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x x utxa~t 1111 A %,al JAil. ,aa t*J W
win the award in 'the 135 pound
class. Gary, who was substituting
for Sweet, was no match for Freed-
man but put up a game fight.
Harrod was another grappler to
win by a fall, pinning.Paine in 3:05
in the 145 pound class. ' Duxbury
had Finch on the verge of a fall
several times in the 165 pound class I
but could nog pug on the finishing
touches.
Hirnada defeated Fiero, irunner-up
in the .Michigan A. A. U.' meet, in
the 118' pound class. In the 155
p ound class Klein pinned Brodkin
in_ 5:40. .Bauss was forced to for-
feit to O'Brien in the scheduled
heavyweight match, as he sprained
his ankle in the elimination bouts
and was unable to compete.
ChineseYQlIey-bl
Team Beats Filipinos

\'l~u ra C.k.AZ, ocn±tU 11ia Lne ym1
outfit with four field goals to ai safe
victory. The Falcons led early in
the fray, but the Physical EFds, led
by their brilliant colored center.
Shaw ,Beats. Chalmers
for Badminaton 'Honors

i uI'-) Lii* 8 Ju~l) IiK ), Ulu ~I IV
added, "this elimination ,-ourna-
ment is probably the best possible
way for the boys to develop." I

About fifty boys participat ed in
i th e tournament, which is an un- ,
usual numhber considering the shortilS L
iie the sport has been on thel SPRING SUITSI
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BOX SCOIUE
]Beta Theta Pi G
Cummings, rf......2
Wills, If.............1
Miller, c .......... ....2
Root, rg............... 2
Arnold, Ig............0
Stone, rg...........:...0

Robert N. Shaw fought his way
to the all-campus championship in
bazdminton last night with three
;straight victories over Bruce Chal-
Imers, 15-4, 15-6, and 15-4, as one of-
the features of the Open House
program at the Intramur'al build-R,
In the finals of the all-campus
Codeball championship, vi ct1o ry
went to Edwvard Groth, of Roches- f
ter, N. Y., who downed Alvaro
Trelles of Peru in two out of three!
clashes. Trelles gained a 15-13 wi,-
in the first game, 'but fell before
Groth in the next two battles, by a
decisive pair of 15-6 scores.
The squash matches that were,
scheduled for the Open House pro-
gram were not played, as the team
representing the Detroit AthleticI
Club failed to put in an appearance.I

The Newark Bears of the Inter-
national b,) cball league will train
this spi ing at Lakeland, Fla.

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Totals.........
Alpha Sigma Phi
Shea, rf..........
Flay, If ..........
Damnm, c .......
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Buderus, lg .......

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The Chinese successfully defend-
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have held for two years by routing
the Filipino team in three games.
In the one-sided mat-';. the scores
camne out 21-2, 21-4, and 21-4 for
'the Chinese.
After dropping the first game to
the Y. M. C. A. sextet 7-15, the Fac-
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camne through to defeat the "Y"
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