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THlE MICHIGAN DAIlY

TTitVIDAY, MAY 13, 1948

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1-M NEWS

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Golf Tourney

To Be Held Saturday'

Dorm, Independent Play
Slowed by Bad Weather

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The University Golf Course will
be closed Saturday to all those not
participating in the Intramural
Golf Tournament.
R. J. Reichert beat Lee Set-
omer to capture the All-Campus
Paddleball championship.
Ronald Getoor reached the
semifinals, and Lee Setomer and
Bud Wittus are in the quarters in
the All-Campus table tennis com-
petition.
John Scopis defeated Lee Set-
omer 2-10, 20-21, and 21-16 to
take the All-Campus handball
championship.
Psi U., Delta Tau Delta, Sig Ep,
Zeta Beta Tau, and Sigma, Phi
have reached the quarterfinals in
the fraternity tennis tournament.
Beta Theta Pi defeated Theta
Xi, and then D. U. to move into
the quarterfinals in the only
games played in the fraternity
horseshoes matches.
The East Quad Sports Banquet
will be held Tuesday, May 25. The
West Quad Sports Banquet is
scheduled for Wednesday, May 26.

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WAA Notices
Tennis-Preliminary and first
round matches must be completed
as soon as possible. Tournaments
players will have Palmer field
courts 14, 15 and 16 reserved for
play only at the following hours:
Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
8:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and 5:15
to 8:15 p.m.; and Tuesday and
Thursday, 8:15 to 10:15, 11:15
a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and 5:15 to
8:15 p.m. Players will also have
use of the courts at regular Fri-
day and Saturday practice ses-
sions for tournament play. From
6:15 to 8:15 p.m. Saturday will be
additionally reserved.
Archery-The club will hold the
final meeting at 4 p.m. Friday in
the WAB. All members are urged
to be present, according to Gwen
Keister, manager.

Over 60 Teams To Compete
In Annual I-M Spring Event
Over 300 mashie-wielders will Itil 4 in the afternoon, regardless

take to the University links next
Saturday in the annual Intra-
mural golf tournament.
Upwards from 60 teams will
compete to decide the 1948 cham-
pions in four separate IM divi-
sions. The top 16 individuals, re-
gardless of team, will cdmpete at a
later date for All-Campus cham-
pion honors.
The fraternities, both general
and professional; the Indepen-
dents; and the Residence Halls;
will dust off their clubs for the
yearly spring outing.
The first foursome will tee -off
at 7:30 Saturday morning and the
parade of golf enthusiasts will
continue at 6-minute intervals un-

of the weather.
Defending champions in the
general fraternity division, Phi
Delta Theta, have at least three
of their winning combination
returning with the possibility
that the fourth member of the
team will also be able to play.
Ted Morford, John Madden, and
Phil Beukema will tour the links
Saturday for the Phi Delt's. Bob
Williams will make their fourth
man.
Phi Delta Phi, professional fra-
ternity champs, has two players
back from last year's contingent.
Bob Hamilton and Hank Eager
will shoot Saturday. Chuck Men-
ninger, Jack McGrath and Bill
Wood will round out the squad.
In the Residence Halls league,
Hinsdale House will attempt to re-
tain its crown with a brand new
squad. Frank Smith, Oliver Sils-
by, Tom Gregg. Robert Glanz, and
Phil Bruce will be swinging for
the championship.

Pro fessional
Frats Decide
SoftballTitles
The Piofessional Fraternity
champs in softball play were fin-
ally determined by last week's
games.
Heading their respective leagues
are Phi Epsilon Kappa, Alpha
All teams interested in par-
ticipating in the I-M golf tour-
nament are requested to turn
in their lists of players imme-
diately.
Kappa Kappa, Delta Sigma Delta,
and Phi Delta Phi, with Nu Sigma
Nu, Phi Alpha Kappa, Phi Rho
Sigma, and Phi Chi in the runner-
up slots.
The first place playoffs were
scheduled to begin yesterday but
all games were rained out.
On the tennis front, Nu Sigma
Nu was handed a forfeit from
Delta Sigma Pi, and Phi Alpha
Kappa copped ol three matches
in downing Phi Chi.

Inclement weather kept Resi-
dence Hall sports to minimum this
week.
On the tennis scene Vaughan
House and Allen-Rumsey are in
the lead with two victories each as
most of the other teams have
been unable to keep up their
schedules because of rain.
Horseshoe Winners
In horseshoes Tyler, Williams,
Winchell, and Lloyd House hold
the victories in the only four
matches completed to date.
The softball season is drawing
to a close with league champion-
ships falling to Vaughan in
League I, Strauss in League II,
Wenley in League III, and Adams
in League IV.
East Quad Playoff
Monday Vaughan will meet
Strauss for the East Quad Cham-

the undefeated in the first round
of softb"ll playoffs last Saturday.
In a close contest, Newman
'A' edged the Easterners 4-2.
The Phys. Eds., behind another
well pitched game by Mont-
gomery, defeated Michigan
Christian Fellowship 8-0.
Stan Sauerhoft led The Michi-
gan Daily to a 15-6 victory over
Club 1208 with a home run and a
triple. This is the second time The
Daily squad has beaten Club 1208.
Falcons forfeited their game to
Hillel.
Friday aifternoon, the For-
resters will meet the Phys. Eds.
The winner will tangle with the
victor in the Gooser-Mis-fit con-
test Saturday. The NROTC and
the Chanticleers will battle Fri-
day for the playoff spot against
the Foul Balls Saturday.
Games definitely scheduled for
Saturday afternoon are: Tau
Delta Phi vs. Rajahs, Michigan
Daily vs. Newman 'B', and a bat-
tle between undefeated Newman
'A' and the undefeated Dodgers.
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Fraternity softball playoffs
have beenhfurther delayed be-
cause of the inclement weather.
First place winners are: still unde-
cided in many of the leagues.

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