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THE MICIGsANITY
Dorm, Fraternity Basketball Playoffs To Highlight I-M

Activities

West, East Quad Winners
To Be Decided in Opener
Wenley House To Test Winchell, Greene
Takes on Vaughan in Cage Double-Header
Opening play-offs in the resi- the 'A' residence halls teams show-
dence halls A! basketball compe-edtoEsQudadwoWt
tition will be held this Monday ed two East Quad and two West
night at the Sports Building with Quad teams going into the semi-
the respective East and West finals.
Quad champions also being de- Chicago House had the highest
cided at the same time. pin total of the week in beatingj
Vying for the West Quad title
and a finalist position, will be ughan, 2545-2340, and will meet
Winchell House and Wenley Hinsdale House, who defeated
House. Greene, last year's dorm Adams, 2347-2222, in one semi-
winner, takes on Vaughan for the final match.
other finalist spot and the East Fleiseman Bowls 'Em Over
Quad division championship. The Marvin Fleischman had a spec-
'A' basketball final game will be tacular 200, 200, 214 series to lead
played the night of the IM open Anderson House to a 2456-2288
house, March 23. win over Cooley House. Anderson
Palmer Lead Winchell will meet. Lloyd House, last year's
'A' bowling winner, who defeated
nhelast Mondaysthwo gamsi Win-Hayden House, 2489-2315, for the
by defeating Williams House, 32- other play-off spot. Lee Sunshine,
20, to keep their season record Hayden anchor man, had the
unscratched at 5-0. Pete Palmer week's high game of 225.
led Winchell with 15 points with Dorm 'B' bowling will start on
Freddie Koehn and Don Briggs the Union alleys this Saturday.
also playing a good game. John*
Norman racked up 9 points for Greene House repeated its last
Williams. year's residence halls relay vic-
In the other contest, Adams de- tory by breaking the tape in 1:-
feated Allen Rumsey 37-24 to 44.3 to edge out Winchell, Michi-
knock Rumsey out of the division gan, and Williams Houses at the
race. Leading the Adams scorers varsity track meet with MSC last
were Walt Noon and Mark Ardis Saturday.
with 13 and 7 points respective- Sparking Greene to the champ-
ly. Art Doersam and D. Smith ionship were Ed Stepkowitz, Pete
each made 8 markers for Allen- Lashmet, Al Neef, and Don Mur-
Rumsey. ray who bettered the 1:45.2 time
* * * of the preliminaries.
In the dorm 'B' basketball tour-
nament Allen-Rumsey, defending More than 30 million dollars
champs, Michigan House, Hins- worth of ice is sold in the United
dale, and one other yet-to-be-de- States every year, according to the
cided team will fight it out for World Book Encyclopedia. Most of
the title and the all important 50 this is manufactured ice, made by
first place points. freezing water in ice plants, al-
* * * though some natural ice is cut
Last week's bowling results of from rivers and lakes.

Red Devils Get
Independent
Loop II Title

Three Greeks Move to Semi-
Finals;_Tie HoldsUpWorks

Three
Races

Other League
Still Unsettled

The Red Devils clinched first
place in the second league of the
independent basketball tourna-
ment as probable champions in
the other three divisions also
came to the fore.
The Red Devils showed their
power by defeating Hillel 36 to
21. Chuck Lentz contributed 12
points for the winners while
Chuck Ortmann was close behind
with 10 points. Earl Katz paced
the losers with 10 points also.
The Mis-Fits climbed within
one game of taking the cham-
pionship in the first league by
trouncing the Foul Balls 43 to
9. Glen Frye and Duane Mc-
Keachie set the winning pace
with 14 and 10 points respec-
tively. Only one more win is
needed for the Mis-Fits to sew
up their division.
The Newman Club came to life
in the second half to squeeze by
the Michigan Co-op 27 to 25 in
a hotly contested game. Trailing
17 to 9, at the half, the Newman
Club sparked by Ed Norris, broke
down this lead in the closing pe-
riod and went on to win. The
victors are also one game away
from their division championship
and need only defeat the Mis-
Fits No. 2, who have just one win
to their credit.
The Foresters' Club moved to
the front of the fourth league
as they defeated the previously
unbeaten Engineers 43 to 19.

PUGILIST'S PRIZE-Donated by boxing Coach Lee "Satchmo"
Setomer (left) and referee Chuck Orwick, the trophy will bear
the name of the All-Campus Boxing Tournament's best fighter.
IT'S A RING DATE:
Boxers To DrawM
For Pairings in 1mM Tourney

All weight classes will draw to-
morrow afternoon at the Sports
Building to determine opponents
in the first preliminaries of the
I-M boxing tournament.
At that time the entry list will
be closed. The preliminary bouts
will be held at the I-M ring on
Friday, March 12th. Semi-finals
will be fought March 16th and
the finals will climax the annual
Open House sports entertainment
on March 23. A special invitation
is extended to members of the
Waterman Gym freshman boxing
classes.
Several of the boys already en-
tered have been working out for
five months in anticipation of

walking off with trophy awards.
All this past week the boys have
been working on the light andl
heavy punching bag and sprink-
ling a liberal amount of calis-
thenics and medicine ball work-
outs into their conditioning to
take off excess poundage.
A full length mirror has been
a great help to the fighters in
their shadow boxing workouts.
Coach Setomer can thus point
out mistakes in feinting, blocking
and throwing punches.
In the event that spectator in-
terest far exceeds seating capacity
an added evening of All-Campus
contests may follow the Open
House Tourney.

With the semifinals scheduled
for next\[ Tuesday Fraternity
A' basketball teams fought for
the do or die pasts.
In the race of tite teams that
placed first in league competition
Lamba Chi Alpha kicked Phi
Gamma Delta out of the running
with a 34-21 win.
Phi Kappa Psi had to come
from the short end of a 16-10
half-time score to do it, but
they nosed out Chi Phi with a
25-22 final score. Grenkoski was
high scorer for Chi Phi with ten
points while Phi Psi relied on.
team scoring to win.
Theta Cli tip-toed past the
Beta Theta Pi team 41-33 and set
themselves for a qluarterfinals
game next Tuesday.
The three way tie for first
place of League Ill has general-
ly confused the over-all first,
second, and third place elimin-
ations by leaving undecided the
contenders for these places from
that league. Alpha Phi Alpha,
Sigma Phi, and Alpha Tau Ome-
go ar'e the teams, and the first
wo played this Tuesday, Alpha
Phi Alpha winning 30-23. The
ATO's will play them next Tues-
Strikers Tie
Wild' Bowlers
For TopSpot
The Strikers and the Wild Men
remained tied for first place in
the All-Campus Bowling League
as Ralph Wildermann, of the Tur-
keys, established a new high single
for the season.
The Spares lost a heartbreaker
to the Strikers 3 to 1. The winners
had all the luck as they took the
second game on a roll off1 after
it ended in a tie and then garn-
ered totals on one pin. The Wild
Men didn't find the Lawyers too
tough and defeated them 3 to 1.
Wildermann with his high game
of 253 plus a 584 series was large-
ly responsible for the Turkeys
sweeping four from the Gamma
Deltas and moving into second
place.
The Bowl-Hards, with the help
of a 64 pin spot, pulled one of the
season's greatest upsets in defeat-
ing the Splits 3 to 1. Neither team
was very hot, and the loosers had
to be way off form to be downed
by a team that had won a grand
total of 11 points previously.
After a two-week splurge the
Phi Kappa Taus got back to nor-
mal and dropped four to the Dales
while the Shackers and the Engi-
neers tied 2 a piece.

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35c to 5 P.M.

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day as Chi Psi awaits a challeng-
er in the first place elimina-
tions.
Due to the confusion of the
three way tie, the second place
teams have also been idle with
the exception of four. Sigma Chi
won readily over Delta Kappa Ep-
silon 47-25 while Phi Delta Theta
also grasped a second place, quar-
terfinals position by downning Psi
Upsilon 34-17.
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THIRD PLACE ELIMINATIONS
Phi Kappa Tau 18, Acacia 16
Delta Upsilon 32, SAM 23
SAE 36, Sigma Nu 30
FOURT11 PLACE ELIMINATIONS
Zeta Beta Tau 21, Theta Delta
Chi 17
Delta Tau Delta 45, Triangle 30
Pi Lambda Phi 27, Phi Sigma
Kappa 21.

WAA NOTICE
Fencing-Members will meet at
4:20 p.m. today at the WAB.
Basketball-Regular meetig at
4 p.m. tomorrow at Barbour Gym.
All players must wear white
blouses and navy or white shorts.
Michifish- Important meeting
for all members at 9 a.m. Satur-
day at the Union Pool. Final
practice for open hiouse.
Ballet-Open meeting at 8 p.m.
Monday in the Dance Studio of
Barbour Gym. New members are
still accepted, information may be
obtained by calling Barbara. For-
ster, club manager, at 2-5618.
The name "Caesar," claimed by
many Roman emperors, grew so
closely associated with the idea of
the emperor that it became a kind
of title, says the World Book En-
cyclopedia.

Playing through Saturday
35c until 5 P.M.

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Hildegarde Shop, 109 East Washing-
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WANTED TO RENT
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,Clean, comfortable and convenient
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NAVY LT. CMDR., Mich. graduate stu-
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GARAGE in vicinity of West Quad.
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TRANSPORTATION
RIDERS WANTED: Willow to Ann
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LEAVING FOR CALIFORNIA April 3.
Will take passengers to share ex-
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST - Pair brown fur-lined gloves.
Personal value, reward. Call 2-4607,
Alfred Shapiro. )88
WALLET Lost yesterday on campus.,
Brown alligator, important papers,
please call Harold Brode, 2-4410. )86
LOST: Striped brownish Schaefer
fountain pen. Region of University
Hospital or ferry Field ticket office.
Call Jake, 2-:179 Reward. )741
LOST-Saturday, Feb. 23 on Washto-
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W. K. Call "Kim," 21349.
LOST-Gray Parker "51" pen last Sat-
urday. Name stamped on pen. John
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Call Ve 6-2255, Detroit. )35
FOR RENT
LARCE DOUBLE room for two men
graduate students. Across the street
from the campus. Inquire 5-7 p.m. 535
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WANTED
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filing cabinet. Call Donald Pelz days.
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NEW TAILS-$70 new, now $50. Two
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)83
WHITE .SHIRTS, 15-34; laundered twice,
$2.50. Brown tweed single-breasted,
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TROPICAL FISH; aquarium supplies,
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WAYNE "MOOSE" MORLSE doesn't
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