THE MICHIGKN DATLY-
is the goal of the athletic race.
In taking top honors Chi Psi won
five championships: fall track,
volleyball, handball, paddleball,
and "A" basketball.
Sigma Chi was second with
championships in speedball, "B"
basketball, spring track, and
swimming. Sigma Phi Epsilon,
this year's leaders, were third;
Phi Gamma Delta, fourth, and
Phi Delta Theta, fifth.
Entries are out for participa-
tion in a swimming meet that will
be held sometime in March and
will pull 100 points for the winner.
The finals of both this meet and
basketball willbbehheld at the IM
Open House March 23.
The difference between this
meet and the dual meets that
were held last semester are in
the length of events, the num-
ber of participants, and the
point totals. The coming event
has longer distances, more fra-
ternities competing, and a 25
point advantage over the other
Paddleball starts next week and
holds a 75 point addition for the
winner. Other events are foul
throwing, spring track, softball,
horseshoes, tennis, and golf. The
starting dates for these will be an-
I-M ATHLETE OF THE YEAR-Don Murray, receiving The
Michigan Daily award for '46-'47 from Earl Riskey, Is again dis-
playing his all-around sporting ability for Greene House. Murray
excells in touch football, basketball and track, and was recently
chosen on the all-star gridiron team.
members are invited to
today (Thursday) in
at 7 p.m.
Bowling-WAB Bowling alleys
are open to all students from 3:30
to 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday.
Michifish-Members will meet
at 10 p.m. Saturday at the Union
schedule is posted in Barbour
Gym. All participants are request-
ed to contact their opponents and
play off games as soon as possible.
Questions concerning the tourna-
ment may be answered by calling
Naida Chernow, club manager, at
Table Tennis-The all campus
tournament is now in progress.
A list of the 32 finalists is posted
in Barbour Gym together with the
schedule for when the table will
be available. The first round must
be completed by Feb. 28. Anyone
having questions may consult
Gerry Wolfe at 2-4561.
The I-M Building is the one
place left in Ann Arbor where
you can take your date on Friday
night and not spend the five cents
you have remaining from J-Hap
Every Friday night the I-M
Building opens its doors to both
students and faculty members for
an evening of co-educational rec-
reation. All that is necessary for
admittance is an I-D card.
The I-M pool will be available to
the swimmers from 7:30 until 10
p.m., while the building proper
will be in use from 7 until 10:30
Basketball, volleyball, paddle-
ball, handball, and squash courts
are all at the disposal of aspiring
athletes during these Friday eve-
Remember that this Friday
night -and every Friday night
when dances are not being held,
the program is co-educational and
that the I-M Building's facilities
and equipment are available until
Out in Front
Follow at Heels
Greene House, last year's cham-
pion, is again leading the resi-
dence halls in athletic competi-
tion with Lloyd and Michigan
House close behind in the stand-
ings at this time.
First places in football, out-
door track, and wrestling have
greotly helped Greene to garner
680 points and the top position.
Lloyd has taken the cross country
and table tennis crowns and is in
second place with 642 points.
Although it hasn't copped any
championships, Michigan House
has amassed 630 points in the
second and third places for third
position in the standings. Win-
chell House and Williams House
follow in fourth and fifth spots.
Important basketball games will
be played this Monday night in
the IM gym in two of the four
residence hall divisions. In group
three Michigan plays Wenley
House with each team having two
wins and no defeats; Winchell
with a 2-0 record meets Allen-
Rumsey, 1-0, in group four.
Vaughan House leads division
one of the residence hall bas-
ketball league with a 2-0 stand-
ing. Greene, last year's winner,
is pacing division two and is
favored to take the basketball
crown with such stars as Don
Murray, IM outstanding athlete
award winner last year, and Will
Baker playing again this year.
Winchell has run up the high-
est number of points in a single
game this year in beating Tyler
Other residence halls sports in
which competition has begun or
will start soon are bowling, relays,
indoor track, and foul throwing.
To Be inABC
Big doings, inluding an ap-
pearance in the ABC tournament
in Detroit, are planned by the All-
Campus Bowling League for the
From 18 of the best bowlers in
the league, ten will be chosen to
make up two teams which will
appear in the boosters division
of the tournament, to be run off
April 22. In addition the five top
men from these ten will form a
team which will bowl some of the
leading teams in and around Ann
Arbor. These matches are sched-
uled for Tuesday nights at the
Michigan Union Bowling Alleys,
and the first one, with Cushing
Motors, will be held Feb. 17 at 8
An elimination tournament will
be run off on Feb. 16 at 7 p.m. to
determine the two teams for the
ABC tournament as well as the
team to face the Ann Arbor
Among those who intend to try
their luck in the elimination tour-
nament are Mickey Titus, Al
Skalsey, Walt Horning, John
Ghindia, Steve Muntean, Bill Rog-
ers, Ralph Wildermann, Pete An-
tonich, and Joe Soboleski.
Wide Pro gro
Seen for I-M
Large Cage Turn-i
Good Sign of Inte
The Independent division,
der the direction of graduate
dent Bill Donnelly, is plan
bigger and better programs f
unaffiliated men who wish to
ticipate in athletics.
This season's basketballc
paign got under way thisv
According to Donnelly, "We1
24 teams entered, the hig
number so far, but we would
to have even more for the co
Slated to begin in March
handball,swimming, and bov
tournaments and an indoort
meet. If any person hasn't h(
up with a particular outfit
should come down to the I-V.
flee and he will be placed on
The Misfits, after running
lopsided 86-10 victory over M
gan Christian Fellowship i
first cage start, is rated as
team to beat in the indepen
league. Returning to the s
from last year's second place
are Hy Warshawsky, Glen1
Bob Ritcheske and Duane
In over-all point totals sinc
f all program began, the Misfitl
in first place with 235 points,
ing won the volleyball chaml
ship. Close behind are the M
gan Coop members with
points and claim to the t
football title. These two g
finished fifth and eighth res
ively in 1946-47.
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building, according to the E
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dwellings of primitive man,
of sticks, was plastered with
and the pyramids of Egypt
tain plaster-work at least
years old which is still hard
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JUST KIBIT ZING
BECAUSE of the limitations of space we have been unable to give
anywher2 near complete coverage of the activities going on under
the Sports Building roof in the past, but from now on we intend to re-
port on the bulk of the week's I-M activity every Thursday morning.
Several thousand Michigan athletes have been all but snubbed
by this section of The Daily, and beginning with this issue we are
trying to remedy the situation.
AT THE Sports Building, under the direction of Earl Riskey,
one of the nation's most extensive programs for avocational
athletics is in operation. A year round of agenda featuring 35
sports activities is presided over by Riskey and his staff and it
takes in the nee's of any and all members of this campus.
OUR PURPOSE is not only to recognize the performances of indi-
vidual I-M athletes, but to focus the attention of the campus as
a whole on the existence of the Sports Building as a place to get
AS THE program is set up, provisions are made for people who
haven't much time. If you only have a few hours between
classes, the building is at your disposal in the afternoon and the
regular tournament activities are scheduled at night.
F YOU'RE new to this huge and seemingly unfriendly campus and
like to Join a team in any of the I-M sports, go on up and get
yourself signed up as an Independent.
MR. RISKEY likes to tell thout the Independent team formed a
few y.,ars agn. He just took ten names off his roster and told
them they were a basketball team. They played together for foutr
straight years and ended up good buddies.
THE I-M setup includes eight divisions for team activities: Fra-
ternity, Professional Fraternity, Residence Halls, Independents,
Faculty, International Center, and Willow Village, which has its own
gymnasium and director.
N ADDIT.ON there is the informal "help yourself" sessions each
afternoon, and an instructional division which is free, and a
coed-recroatlon period each Friday evening.
The next time you catch yourself saying (even in a weak moment)
that "I need some exercise" gc over to the Sports Building, with 35
sports to choose from, there will certainly be something there for you.
Relay Preliminaries Next Week
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"And they're off"-next Wednes-
day night when the preliminaries
of the 880-yard relay for frater-
nities, residence halls, and inde-
pendent teams take place.
A large field from each division
is expected to enter the running
as in past years. The top four
quartets in the different groups
will then match final paces later
as part of varsity track meets,
the fraternity scheduled for the
Ohio State affair, Feb. 21 and the
dorm and independent speedsters
listed with Michigan State, Feb.
Three of the four cindermen
on Beta Theta Pi's winning group
are back agaih this year, but the
starters are still doubtful.
One of the most popular of the
I-M events, the relays are ex-
pected to draw the largest field in
the history of the competition.
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