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THE MICHIG AN DAILY

I-M Fraternity
Trophy Award
Psi Upsilon Is Runner-Up;
Has Beens Finish First
Among Independents
Despite its setbacls this week in
softball and horseshoes, Phi Delta
Theta was named winner of the
trophy for high point total in all
year I-M fraternity competition yes-
terday.
Winning first place "1 five sports,
speedball, relays, indoor track, wrest-
ling and outdoor track, the Phi Delts
rolled up a total of 1,370 points, 110
FINAL STANDINGS
General Fraternities

PRESS PASSES

Pi Lambda Phi Wins Third 1-M
Teunis rCrown In Four Years'

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Sigma Alpha Mu .....:.
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By BUD BENJAMIN 1
The Class Of '38.. .
THE CURTAIN falls on another year in Michigan athletics. It's been a
great year even though the won and loss column in some of the branches
are a bit blemished. There's been the usual thrills and chills, the laughs
and heartaches, the cheers and boos, the rumors, the changes, and now the
finale.
Today is the day when we ought to embark on that gigantic postmortem
affair of reviewing the past season and turning briefly to the future for
some red hot prognostications. We're passing that up today, and there'.
little lost in doing it. Guessing things-to-come (1938 edition) is about a.
fruitful as playing the equine tip that the little guy in the loud blazer mum.
bies in your ear-and about as accurate. We're dedicating our last column
of the current seasonnot to the different sports, but to the fellows who
participated in them for the last time--the athletic class of 1938.
The losses this year are comparatively light. The football squad
will lose eight 1937 lettermen, basketball four, wrestling three, hockey
six, ,wijnming four, track six,. baseball six, golf, two, and tennis two.
Space does not permit us to tell you all about them or even to list
them in toto. Yet, random thoughts bring back striking memories of
some of' their feats-a small part of their contribution.
Will you ever forget Jake Townsend's shot making, his lumbering gait.
as he steamed down the .floor, his passing? Do you remember the North-
western battle in 1936 when Joe Rinaldi played the bang-up center game, his
face covered with blood? Remember the late Steve Mason's brilliant run
in the 220-yard low hurdles the time he won a Conference title here in 1937
with the rain beating down and the track a quagmire? Remember Burt
Smith and his infectious rebound smile with Johnny Mariucci sitting igno-
minously on the ice. Remember Earl Thomas winning a Conference wrest-
ling title in 1937 with an injured arm clasped behind his back? We could
go on and on--Ed Kirar virtually out of .the water as he churned his 50 yard:
in record breaking time. Or Stark Ritchie twisting for two touchdowns in
that near-nightmare against Chicago. Or Butch Kremer. smacking prodi-
gious home run clouts. Or Herm Fishman dribbling with abandon. The
memories are. as clear as they are numerous. For fear of sentimentality,
we'll cut it short.
Good luck -fellows-all of you!
* * *
TICKUPS: Herm Fishman has been receiving offers from the majors but
claims they're too tentative to speak about . . won't say from whom
although the Cubs and Pirates' have been most frequently mentioned by
those who profess to know .-. . asked how many he replied "some," and let it
go at that... End Coach Campbell Dickson is enjoying California weather
right now . . . Thar's apt to be a lynching if some school reneges on that
Conference training table ... we're out on the limb now, and we just love
company . . ., Gerry Hoag, mgr. of the Michigan theatre, has given 3,000
passes to 'the various athletic squads this year, believe it or not . . . Ted
'lusing claims that afters his Michigan-Northwestern broadcast last year,
those Wildcats want no part of his announcing... remeniber how unbiased
he was? he's through at Harvard too ... called the lads putrid one time..-
Husing and Don Wilson may be here for the broadcast of the Penn game
.... the other committments are practically set ... WWJ and friend Tyson
will carry all games but Michigan State, world series proceedings preventing
the latter from being aired .. a popular fuel manufacturer will probably
sponsor . .". The Michigan.-Radio Network will air the opener with an auto-
mobile co. footing -the bill . . Hale Swanson, former Illinois pitcher, is
twirling for Rochester in the International League now ... isn't it pleasant
with the Tigers, in the second division and apparently determined to stay
there? ... so quiet and restful.
Well, that's about all for this season. Next time out it will be plunging
fullbacks, human battering rams, aerial attacks, flea flickers, and maybe
a rampant Wolverine that will provide the copy. Have a 'good summer, boys
and girls.

Pi Lambda Phi successfully defend-
d its fraternity tennis crown yester-
lay and gained permanent posses-
,ion of the I-M trophy when it de
heated Sigma Phi, 2-0, in the final
hound of this year's tourney.
Only once since 1935 have the Pi
hams' tennis team been beaten in
fraternity competition, and that oc-
mured in 1936 when Chi Psi beat
;hem out in the final round to win
the title.
Dick Samuels cinched yesterday's
triumph when he whipped Bob King'
the Sigma Phi number one singles
man, in three se.ts, 6-2, 6-8, 6-3 on theE
ndoor courts at the I-M building.
Samuels bullet-like serve had King
'on his heels throughout the match.
A lapse of control cost him the sec-
ond set, but he regained his' form in
time and had little trouble besting
the lanky Sigma Phi under the final
pressure.
The Pi Lams gained 'its other point

in the second doubles match when
Bud Gerson and Cliff Livingstonl
knocked off the Sigma 'Phi pair, Jim
Hynes and Ed Mack 4-6. 6-3, 6-4 on
the Ferry Field courts Friday.
Gerson and Livingston started bad-
ly, but steadied down after the first
set and took control of the match
from there on.,
The first doubles match in which!
the Pi Lam team of Cy Elkes and Irv
Mathews was to meet Dick Babcock
and John Blackburn from Sigma
Phi was called off since the Pi Lams
had already won the other two
matches and had cinched the team
title.
The Whirlwinds won this year's In-
dependent tennis crown when they
defeated the Wolverines 3-0 in the
final round last week.
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KANSAS CITY, June 4.-ill-The
nation's, top flight golfers showed
nerves of steel today as they took par
73 apart on the Hillcrest course where
two spectators were killed by light-
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Kansas City $5,000 open golf tourna-
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Starting anew today after that

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players as "Lighthorse"' Harry Coop
of Chicago and young Jimmy D
raret, Houston, Texasseta brilhai
pace on the first 18 holes of the ever
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terday's tragedy.
Cooper flashed two birdies and a
eagle on the first nine holes, faltert
on the ninth, 'then resumed a. pe'
formance which included anoth(
eagle to finish with a 34-34-68, fii
under par.

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AATE R.IALS

Impossible To Have One
Next Year However
(Continued from Page 1)
tion of the training table have beent
1) fear of football commercializa-
tion charges; (2) the problem of other
sports which are apt to demand a
similar privilege; (3) the administra-
tive difficulties of the plan, chiefly the
problem of maintaining football board
jobs when the players are unable to
work at night during the season.
The Board was closeted for almost
four hours yesterday, but the greater
part of their activity was confined
with cleaning up the minutia of their
department.
Of importance, however, was their
approval -of the Conference resolu-
tion providing that participation in
inter-freshmen sports shall not be
counted as a year of regular compe-
tlon Passage of this resolution by
the.* Conference would automatically,
make eligible John Rabb, star Ohio
State fullback, who was penalized un-
der the existing rule.
Board officers were reelected for
next year. They are: Prof. Ralph Aig-
ler, chairman; Dean Henry C. An-
derson, vice-chairman and Athletic
Director Fielding H. Yost, secretary
ex-officio.

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