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°i A sx THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUE~flAY; API1L 7, 1.942

SpringSchedulesAnnounced By
Fraternity Softball Teams Will Hone O Iranwuril S
Open 1942 Season Tomorrow
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Intramural Department

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Dorm Nines Open Season; All
Year Crown Hangs In Balance

Thirty-six general fraternities will
play first round baseball games Wed-
nesday, April 8, weather permitting.
In other years games have not start-
ed until the last week of April but
changed conditions have necessitated
moving the games up. There will be
nine leagues of four teams each. The
nine league winners will fight it out
for the championship which was won
last year by Sigma Phi Epsilon. Sec-
ond, third and fourth place playoffs
will be continued as in all sports.
Care has been taken to keep last
year's league winners in separate
leagues as much as possible. Teams
are required to be ready to play with-
in 10 minutes of the scheduled hour
or they forfeit.
No member of a varsity squad
(baseball, track, tennis, golf) is eli-
gible for intramurals this spring.
Members of the freshman baseball
squad are not eligible, but members
of the Spring football squad may
play.
Pledges, having played with a fra-
ternity in any sport, cannot there-
after play with Residence Halls or
Independent teams.
No type of spiked shoe may be
worn. Rubber-soled gym shoes are
recommended. Six innings co stl-
tute a regulation game, allowing the
contest to be completed in the allot-
ted one hour. A special rule, to take
care of lop-sided scoring games, auto-
matically makes the game a four in-
ning affair when one team scores
15 runs. Further, whenever 20 runs
are scored by one team the game
ends.
All leagues will go by the following
schedule:
Wednesday, April 8: 1 vs. 2; 3 vs. 4.
Wednesday, April 15: 1 vs. 3; 2 vs. 4.
Wednesday, April 22: 1 vs. 4; 2 vs. 3.
League 1 - 4 P.M.
1. Delta Upsilon
2. Theta Delta Chi
3. Phi Sigma Kappa
4. Phi Delta Theta
League 2 - 4 P.M.
1. Sigma Phi
2. Phi Kappa Sigma
3. Sigma Nu
4. Alpha Tau Omega
League 3 - 4 P.M.
1. Delta Tau Delta
2. Alpha Delta Phi
3. Beta Theta Pi
4. Alpha Sigma Phi
League 4 - 5 P.M.
1. Acacia
2. Zeta Psi
3. Triangle
4. Kappa Sigma
League 5 - 5 P.M.
1. Psi Upsilon
2. Phi Kappa Tau
3. Lambda Chi Alpha
4. Theta Chi
League i - 5 P.M.
1. Chi Psi
2. Kappa Nu
3. Phi Gamma Delta
4. Trigon
League 7 - 7:30 P.M.
1. Sigma Phi Epsilon
2. Sigma Alpha Epsilon
3. Sigma Chi-
4. Sigma Alpha Mu
League 8 - 7:30 P.M.
1. Theta Xi
2. Phi Sigma Delta
3. Pi Lambda Phi
4. Alpha Kappa Lambda
League 9 - 7:30 P.M.
1. Chi Phi
2. Zeta Beta Tau
3. Phi Kappa Psi
4. Delta Kappa Epsilon
Wednesday, April 29: Playoffs for
all teams.
Grad Spring Schedules
Softball, tennis and swimming will
feature Professional Fraternity com-
petition this spring. Eight teams
open softball play on April 16 for the
title left vacant by Hinsdale's trans-
fer into the dorm loop. Tennis play
begins April 28 with Alpha Kappa
Kappa the defending champ. Final

indoor event of the year will be the
swimming meet on April 20. Alpha
Chi Sigma is the defending champ.
Schedules follow:
BASEBALL
League 10 - 5 P.M.
1. Phi Delta Phi
2. Phi Chi
3. Alpha Omega
4. Phi Delta Epsilon
League 11 - 7:30 P.M.
1. Alpha Chi Sigma
2. Phi Alpha Kappa
3. Alpha Kappa Psi
4. Nu Sigma Nu
Thursday, April 16: 1 vs. 2, 3 vs. 4.
Thursday, April 23: 1 vs. 3; 2 vs. 4.
Thursday, April 30:1 vs. 4; 2 vs. 3.
TENNIS
Phi Alpha Kappa vs. Nu Sigma Nu
Phi Delta Phi vs. Alpha Kappa
Kappa.

Zeta Beta Tau
Out To Retain
Tennis Crown
Thirty-two fraternities will com-
pete for the tennis cup which is now
in possession of Zeta Beta Tau, for
the second year in a row. Teams
consist of five men playing one
singles and two doubles. All matches
must be played at the same time.
A unique system has been estab-
lished regarding tennis balls, assur-
ing new balls for every match at no
great expense to anyone. For the
first round, three sets of new balls
must be furnished by each fraternity.
The winner of each match takes the
unused set and uses them for their
next match while the loser gets the
used ones.
TENNIS SCHEDULE
Monday, April 20 - 5:15
Delta Tau Delta vs. Zeta Beta Tau
Phi Sigma Delta vs. Sigma Chi
Beta Theta Pi vs. Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon
Phi Kappa Psi vs. Theta Xi
Delta Kappa Epsilon vs. Chi Psi
Tuesday, April 21 - 4:15
Phi Sigma Kappa vs. Phi Kappa
Sigma
Alpha Sigma Phi vs. Sigma Alpha Mu
Phi' Gamma Delta vs. Zeta Psi
Kappa Sigma vs. Triangle
Alpha Tau Omega vs. Theta Delta Chi
Wednesday, April 22 - 4:15
Alpha Delta Phi vs. Theta Chi
Sigma Nu vs. Sigma Phi
Delta Upsilon vs. Phi Delta Theta
Chi Phi vs. Lambda Chi Alpha
Acacia vs. Pi Lambda Phi
Sigma Phi Epsilon vs. Kappa Nu
Owen Defends
Baseball Title
Independent Loop Begins
April 13;_TenCompete
Nine independent teams will at-
tempt to dethrone Robert Owen, last
year's softball champs, when the
Independent loop launches its sched-
ule April 13.
At the moment a hot battle is be-
ing waged between the Robert Owen
lads and Forestry for the all-year
Independent Division Championship.
The former snared the all-year title
in 1940-41 and is pacing the field
again this year. Thus, the baseball
title, which carries with it a heavy
point score, is especially enticing to
the teams who still entertain hopes
of snatching the 1941-42 crown.
The play this year, which is di-
vided into two leagues, will continue
through April 27. The playoff be-
tween the winners of League A and
League B will be announced in the
near future.
LEAGUE A
April 13'- 4 p.m.
Rams vs. Wolverines.
April 13 - 5 p.m.
Hiawatha vs. Forestry.
April 20 - 4 p.m.
Rams vs. Newman Club.
April 20 - 5 p.m:
Hiawatha vs. Flint Flyers.
April 27 - 4 p.m.
Wolverines vs. Newman Club.
April 27 - 5 p.m.
Forestry vs. Flint Flyers.
LEAGUE B
April 13 - 5 p.m. ,
Congress vs. Brandeis; Robert
Owen vs. Lincoln.
April 20 - 5 p.m.
Congress vs. Robert Owen; Bran-
deis vs. Lincoln.
April 27 - 5 p.m.
Congress vs. Lincoln; Brandeis vs.
Robert Owen.

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Links Tourney
To Be Staged
By I-M M ay 2
For many people golf is the thing
and the I-M Department is prepared
to satisfy all links enthusiasts.
Saturday, May 2, is the day which
has been set aside for all team groups
and it will almost literally have golf
written all over it. Starting at 7:30
there will hardly be a minute when
a ball is not being driven from the
starting tee; foursomes will leave
every seven minutes and this will con-
tinue throughout the day until 4 p.m.
The rules governing the tourney
will be pretty much according to ac-
cepted procedure and the ones of
main importance are those which
make five men constitute a team and
the scores of the four best men the
team score. Other details will be
announced later.
Teams in five divisions will be de-

ENTRY BLANK
FOR ALL CAMPUS - FACULTY - GRADUATE
(May be pasted on Postal Card and mailed)
Please enter: NAME ..............................................
Address ............................. Phone..........
CHECK: Graduate .........Undergraduate ....... Faculty .......
UNDERLINE: Tennis Singles, Tennis Doubles, Golf, Archery,
Baseball Field Meet, Horseshoes, Paddleball
Name of Doubles Partner: . .......... . .............................. .
(Advise me when first match is scheduled.)
Call For AH-CampusEntrants

T wo Groups 1
To Enter Pit
Tournament
Steel clanging against steel will
herald in the intramural horseshoe
season for fraternity and residence
halls teams starting April 24 at the
Ferry Field pits.
Here are the complete first round
schedules for both divisions.
Residence Halls-Friday, April 24
4:00 Chicago house vs. Wenley
Fletcher vs. Greene
Lloyd vs. Williams
5:00 Michigan vs. Hinsdale
Allen Rumsey vs. Tyler
Fraternity-Saturday, April 25
1:00 Triangle vs. Sigma Alpha Mu
Phi Epsilon Pi vs. Zeta Psi
Alpha Delts vs. ZBT
2:00 Phi Gams vs. Delta Upsilon
Alpha Sigma Phi vs. Phi Sigma
Kappa
Chi Phi vs. Phi Delts
3:00 Theta Chi vs. Alpha Tau
Omega
Delta Tau Delta vs. Phi Sigma
Delta
Sig Eps vs. Kappa Sigma
4:00 Phi Kappa Tau vs. Kappa Nu
Acacia vs. Pa Lambda Phi
Theta Delta Chi vs. Sigma
Alpha Epsilon
Monday, April 27-5 P.M.
Lambda Chi Alpha vs. Chi Psi
Sigma Nu vs. Sigma Chi
Quarter final matches for the
Residence Halls will be played off
May 1 with semi-finals and finals
following May 8 and 13.
Dorm Tennis Brackets
Ten dormitory net squads will
swing in~to action April 25 to begin
a tennis season shortened by the
changed school calendar. All mat-
ches will take place on the courts
southwest of the Sports Building and
will begin promptly at the hour
scheduled. Participants are warned
to wear only regulation soft soled
tennis shoes. No street shoes will
be allowed on the courts.
Here are the first round pairings:
Saturday, April 25 - 4 P.M.
Fletcher vs. Prescott
Tyler vs. Lloyd
Hinsdale vs. Chicago
Allen-Rumsey vs. Wenley
Adams vs. Williams
Final rounds of the elimination

The Residence Halls enter the
coming baseball season with the view
that the winner will carry away the
Sports Crown for the year. Williams
House, which won the baseball title
last year, is in front of the rest by
a very meager five points. Prescott
House and Fletcher Hall, within one
point of each other in the fight for
second and third place 'honors,
promise to give battle all the way.
Chicago House is only about 50
points behind the pace-setters and
will no doubt provide plenty of op-
position in the fight for top place
money.
The 13 teams are divided into three
leagues. The West Quad has two
leagues while the East Quad and
Fletcher Hall comprise the third
loop. The winner of the West Quad
playoff on May 12 will play the Win-
ner of the East Quad league on a
date that will be announced later.
Weather permitting, play will begin
Friday; April 17. Complete schedules
follow below:
League 12 - 4 P.M.
1. Adams 2. Chicago
3. Lloyd 4. Winchell
Friday, April 17: 1 vs. 2; 3 vs. 4.
Friday, April 24: 1 vs. 3; 2 vs. 4.
Friday, May 1: 1 vs. 4; 2 vs. 3.
League 13 - 4 P.M.
1. Allen-Rumsey 2. Michigan
3. Wenley 4. Williams
Friday, April 17: 1 vs. 2; 3 vs. 4.
Friday, April 24: 1 vs. 3; 2 vs. 4.
Friday, May 1: 1 vs. 4; 2 vs. 3.
League 14 - 4 P.M.
1. Fletcher 2. Tyler 3'. Greene
4. Prescott 5. Hinsdale
Tuesday, April 14: 1 vs. 2; 3 vs. 4.
Tuesday, April 21: 2 vs. 3; 4 vs. 5.
Tuesday, April 28: 1 vs. 3; 2 vs. 5.
Tuesday, May 5: 1 vs. 4; 3 vs. 5.
Friday, May 8: 1 vs. 5; 2 vs. 4.
Tuesday, May 12: Playoff between
West Quadrangle League.
Date for championship playoff to
be announced later.
Rules governing residence halls
play are the same as those for fra-
ternity games and may be found un-
der the fraternity schedules elsewhere
on this page. One noticeable differ-
ence in eligibility is that if a man
has played with a fraternity team he
cannot play for any residence hall
afterward. The I-M Department
wishes to emphasize promptness for
all games.
tourney will be held on May 2, 9, and
16. These dates are subject to
change, in which case team managers
will be notified.

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fending titles.
are as follows:

Winners and scoresI

All those interested in entering any,
of the spring All-Campus events
sponsored by the Intramural Depart-
ment are urged to fill in the blank
provided in the space above and turn
it in at the Sports Building.
The tennis tournament is open to
all students except members of the
Varsity tennis team. Those enter-
ing the doubles division are urged to
put down the names, addresses, etc.,
of their partners.
On April 20 the annual horseshoe
pitching contest will be held in the
Ferry Field pits. Following this, at

an unannounced date, will be the
rifle shooting contest. These events
are dependent upon the number of
entries submitted in the near future,
so all would-be dead eyes in either
events should get their blanks in as
soon as possible.
Whether the first annual paddle-
ball meet will be a success or not also
depends on the degree of student re-
sponse. This game is one in which
everybody has*a chance to win and
Earl Riskey, I-M director, asks any
one interested to try a few games at
the Sports Building and sign up for
the meet.

General Fraternity
Sigma Chi . ............... 355 1
Graduate Groupsc
Law Club ................ 330
Independents
Robert Owen .............. 363 1
Residence Halls
Williams House ............345
Faculty
Chemistry Department . ... 342
The All-Campus Spring Golf Tour-
nament will be run in conjunction
with the team meets on May 2. The
system used in the championship
playoffs is as follow-s: the scores of
the 16 best players, both individual
and team players, will entitle their
holders to play in an elimination
tourney to be held after the regular
team tourneys are over. No tourney
was held last year so there will be
a brand new crown on the block
when May 2 rolls around.
Any unaffiliated undergraduate
may enter this tournament by plac-
ing his name, address and telephone
number on the entry blank placed
for his disposal above.
Faculty Softball To Begin
While there have been no dates et
yet for faculty matches in any sports,
the intramural department wishes to
announce that there will be at least
eight teams entered in the baseball
tourney. The title was won by the
Chemistry department last year.
Game dates will be announced later.
Faculty members also will partici-
pate in the general golf meet sched-
uled for May 16. The Chemistry de-
partment was again successful in
annexing the links title in the profes-
sors group last season.

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