THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Fraternities Tied for Loop Title
Fast Pace Set
In IM Bowling
Afer a week of upsets and f a-
vorites coming through the I-M
singles bowling tournament swings
into second week today.
Dick Bogard turned in the best
series of, the tourney, 190, 211, 203
-604 as he completely outclassed
The dependable Ralph Wilder-
mann rolled the best series, 244 on
his first game, in defeating Bill
Powell 581 to 474. Other high
scores were turned in by John
Ghindia with a 226 in the second
game of his match and Jim Albert
with a 221 in his third.
The closest series was between
Kyell Thorstensen and Ed Ku-
dreiko, which Thorstensen won by
three pins 428 to 425. Another
close one featured Leo Vaccari de-
feating Temmers 547 to 541.
Down the Stretch
Theta Chi, League I vs. Beta
Theta Pi, League VI.
Chi Phi, League VII, vs. Phi
Kappa Psi, IV League.
Phi Gamma Delta, League
VIII, vs. Lambda Chi Alpha,
Chi Psi, League V, vs. un-
known champion of league III.
Three teams remained unde-
feated and three were knocked off
the unbeaten list in the seven
games played in the Independent
Basketball League this past week.
The Mis-Fits continued on their
winning ways by defeating the
previously unbeaten Irish A.C. 37
to 17. Warshawsky contributed 10
points for the winners.
Derricotte Sparks Winners
Of the other two teams still un-
beaten, the Red Devils took care
of the Ugly Ducklings 30 to 24
while the Engineers defeated the
Newman Club "B" 34 to 21.
The Goosers, led by Gene Der-
ricotte of football fame, got back
in the running by trouncing a pre-
viously unbeaten Hillel team 33 to
18. Derricotte garnered 11 points
for his cage aggregation.
Mis-Fits No. 2 Lose
In a heartbreaker the Mis-Fits
No. 2 lost to Robert Owen Co-op 18
to 17. Walters contributed 10
points to a losing cause.
The City Slickers put themselves
above the .500 mark by taking
Michigan Co-op out of the un-
beaten class 32 to 22 while the Is-
landers defeated the Rockets 34 to
20. Lu was high scorer for the Is-
landers with 16 points.
First Round Play-off Games
Of League Winners To Startj
With fifteen seconds to play and
the score 18-18 Tom Sage of Lam-
ba Chi Alpha sank a foul shot and
scuttled Phi Delta Theta's only
chance to tie for first place in the
League II of fraternity "A" bas-
Final score: Lamba Chi Al-
pha 19, Phi Delta Theta 18.
League II standards: Lamba Chi
Alpha-first, Phi Delta Theta-
In another heartbreaker Al-
pha Phi Alpha scrambled up the
League III championship race by
tipping Alpha Tau Omega in an
elbow tight battle. Dick Bodycomb
lead ATO to a brief five mnute
lead in the last period, which the
Alpha overcame as they uncorked
a last minute attack to win 26-25.
Within six minutes of the final
horn, ATO, paced by Bodycomb
who netted 13 of his teams 17 sec-
ond period points, held a slim 25-
22 lead. Ken Norris was Alpha Phi
Alpha'shigh scorertin what
amounted to a team battle.
Sigma Phi downed Delta Tau
Delta 36-29 to join ATO and
Alpha Phi Alpha in a three-way
tie for first place in League III.
Alpha Phi Alpha will meet Sig-
ma Phi sometime in the coming
week to decide who will clash with
ATO in the league elimination.
Chi Psi broke a tie for League
V leadership by beating Psi Up-
silon, the only contender, 47-17.
Chi Psi remained alone in first
place by winning three and losing
none; while Psi U fell to second
winning two and losing one.
The sane thing happened
with a closer score in League I.
Theta Chi and Delta Kappa Ep-
silon were tied for first place
with two 'wins apiece and no
losses until Theta Chi took the
last league game 28-27 and the
title. DKE dropped to second
place with a 2-1 record.
History repeated itself for the
third time Tuesday night when
Beta Theta Pi and Sigma Chi
found themselves deadlocked at
the top of their loop. The Betas
won 28-23 to take the League VI
Phi Kappa Psi maintained a
perfect 3-0 record in League IV by
cooling Kappa Sigma 38-7. League
IV's second place slot fell to Sig-
ma Phi Epsilon who trimmed
Theta Delta Chi 34-12.
Sigma Nu came from the
hopeless end of a 16-6 halftime
score to squeeze out Zeta Beta
Tau 26-24. Chuck Raymond led
Sigma Alpha Epsilon with 19
points as Pi Lamba Phi fell un-
der 52-22. The brothers Kes-
key helped Delta Upsilon stamp
out~Triangle 43-28 by swishing
26 points. Dick netted 12, Bill 14.
In other games Theta Xi worked'
Trigon for a 36-15 decision; Phi
Gamma Delta bettered Alpha Sig-
ma Phi 36-11; Chi Phi stood 35-
16 above Alpha Delta Phi; Sigma
Alpha Mu walked over Phi Sig-
ga Kappa 41-15 and Zeta Psi dis-
turbed Acacia 37-26.
Sigma Ci Leads
In ICM Paddleball
Sigma Chi became the first team
to advance to the quarter-finals in
the Inter-Fraternity Paddleball
Tournament when they defeated
Sigma Phi Epsilon 3-0.
Four matches are planned for
tonight as Lamba Chi Alpha faces
Phi Sigma Kappa. Other games
find Pi Lamba Phi vs. Sigma Al-
pha Mu, Theta Chi vs. Phi Kappa
Psi, Chi Psi vs. Phi Delta Theta,
beginning at 8:30 p.m.
* * *
Last weeks postponed water
polo quarter-finals match between
Chi Psi and Sigma Alpha Epsilon
will also be held tonight.
In Dorm Race
Pick Winchell House
Only one division crown re-
mained unclaimed in the A' bas-
ketball competition of the resi-
dence halls after Monday night's
games at the IM gym.
This championship, in League I.
will be decided next Monday when
Allen-Rumsey meets Adams and
Winchell meets Williams. Winchell
will be favored to take the titler
due to its 24-21 victory over Allen-
Rumsey last Monday night which
gave it a 3-0 record compared to
In that rough and tumble
contest , the two teams were tied
at the half and were locked up
at 18 points with only 4 min-
utes left to play. Winchell then
grabbed the lead to win as
Hoosier Pete Palmer led the
winniars with 9 points. Andy
Smith counted 8 markers for
Wenley House remained unbeat-
en in taking the division II crown
by defeating Michigan House, 31-
12. Michigan, which was previous-
ly undefeated, kept itself in the
game until the middle of the sec-
ond half when Wenley forged way
ahead. Neither teams were at their
best as evidenced by bad passing
and several mental lapses. Al Mas-
lin, forward, led Wenley with 8
points while Kiem and Duff each
made 4 points for Michigan.
Taking the league III crown was
Vaughan House who defeated An-
derson, 44-18, to complete a per-
fect season. Al Jokela with 14
points and Roger DeMeritt with a
10 point total led the Vaughan
Greene House also finished
their regular play undefeated
by defeating Cooley, 29-16, and
thus took the division IV title,
repeating last year's feat. High
scorers for Greene were Will
Baker and Al Neef each with 8
points, while Marv Raguse rang
up 8 markers for Cooley.
In the 'B' basketball tournament
of the dormitories, League I is
Greene House Relay Quartet
Favored in Finals
After the two mile run in the
varsity track meet with MSC at
Yost Field House tomorrow night,
the finals of the residence halls
half-mile relays will be held.
Favored will be Green House
last year's winner, and whose
runners clocked in 1:45.2, the
best time in this season's pre-
liminaries. Greene's team, wear-
the lucky green color of the
Irish, is composed of Ed Step-
kowitz. Pete Lashmet, Al Neef,
and Don M'rray.
The other three dorm quartets
competing are Williams, Winchell,
and Michigan House. In white jer-
seys will be William's team of Carl
Guse, Conrad Nelson, Jim Ada-
metz, and John Mess. Sporting
blue colors Winc hell's relay squad
is made up of James Lehan, Don
Schneider, Tony Polermo, and
Paul Gikas. Michigan's easy to
spot red-shirted baton carriers are
Fred Chapekis, Bob Voigle, Dick
Ferrarra, and Bob Lofquist.
The quarter finals in the resi-
dence halls 'A' bowling tourna-
ment will be held this Saturday
afternoon at 1 p.m. in the Mich-
In last week's only match, An-
derson House defeated Michigan
House, 2353-2320, and will meet
Cooley Saturdey. Other contests
will pit Hayden House against
Lloyd, Hinsdale vs. Adams, and
Vaughan vs. Chicago. It is inter-
esting to note that this is the first
time this year that East Quad rep-
resentation has overbalanced that
of the West Quad in the finals of
an athletic event.
Great sport year;
great sport section
Table Tennis-The seond round
in the all-campus finals must be
played by today (Thurs.), the en-
tire tournament must be com-
pleted by Monday, according to
Gerry Wolfe, manager. The list of
players is posted in Barbour Gym,
each player contacts her own op-
Bowling-There are some va-
cancies in the WAA Bowling Club,
any women interested may call
Marge Dangel, club manager, at
2-4561. Experience is not neces-
sary, instruction will be provided
for those who wish it.
Michifish-Members will meet
at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Union
Pool. Additional practice time will
be held at 9 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday at the Union Pool.
Rifle--Practice hours this week
and next are 11 a.m. Monday and
Friday.,and from 1 to 3 p.m. Wed-
Ballet-Beginning and ad-
vanced students will meet from 8
to 9 p.m. Monday in Barbour Gym.
The club is still open to new mem-
bers, additional information may
be obtained by calling Barbara
Forster, club manager, at 2-5618.
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