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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I , DA.Y, iA4Y X, 94

Phi Delt's, Phi Delta Phi Take I-M Golf Crown

Quas,Independents Vie
For I-M Softball Crowns

I-M NEWS

Adams House Finishes
First in Dorm Divis Oin

lV7TA A T * I

')TO "' ' " 1I fr . .

All men who scored 88 or less
n the Intramural Golf Tourna-
ment last week will play this
weekend to decide the Individual
AUl-Campus champion.
Co-recreation will be held in the
I-M building this Friday night
from 7:30 to 10:00 p.m.
The I-M building will be closed
all day Saturday because of the
Senior Ball which will be held
there that night.
The faculty golf tournament
will be held this' Sunday at the
University Golf Course. William
W. Hagerty of the Engineering
college is the defending champion
from last year's 18 hole medal
play.
* * *
The Independent tennis has
gotten underway with two games
being played to date.
The Mis-fits defeated Michigan
Christian Fellowship 3-0. Today
the Mis-fits will meet the New-
man Club, and the Dodgers play
M.C.F.
Only four teams are entered in
the league, the Dodgers, Mis-fits,
.Michigan Christian Fellowship
and the Newman Club.
I.F.C. PRESIDENT

Bob Hamilton Cards 79 To i'ae Golfers;
Phi Delta Phi Misses Record by One Point
Phi Delta Theta, in the general fraternity league, and Phi Delta
Phi, in the professional fraternity division won the Intramural Goll
Championships in their respective divisions for the second year in a
row last Saturday at the University Golf Course.
Phi Delta Phi's total of 327 was just one point over the sanding
record set by Psi Upsilon back in 1939. The Phi Delts h b'l thbe pLek
of 32 teams.in their league with a total of 347.
Hamilton Shoots 79;

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Tennis-All tennis club mem- F()1 - o .I)dh
bers must play first and second .
round singles matches by 8 p.m. Professional fraternity softball
Friday and post the scores on the has passed through the semi-
draw sheets on the WAB bulletin, nals and goes into the, home
board. Second and third round stretch today.
doubles and mixed doubles must Phi Delta Phi will meet Delta
be play4d by Sunday and the Sigma Delta today for the first,
scores posted. place champions: lp. Phi Alpha
Players are responsible for con- Kappa will play Nu Sigma Nu for
tacting their opponents and ar- second place honors. Alpha Kappa
ranging matches and must notify Psi meets Phi Delta Epsilon in a
the court attendant of their tour- battle for third place, and Alpha
ney play. The courts are not re- Rho Chi tangles with Alpha Chi
served for free tourney play from Sigma for the fourth place title.
12:30 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. Monday The completted r'.sult of the
through Thursday. softball semi-finals are as fol-
lows: In the firs pia-e piayof's
Softball - The club will meet Phi Delta Phi overpowered Al-
at 4:15 p.m. Friday at the WAB. pha Kappa Kappa 4-1, and Del-
ta Sigma Delia defeated Phi
Rifle-The range will be closed Epsilon Kappa 6-4. In the see-
to members of the club for the ond place division Phi Alpha
rest of the semester. Kappa dumped Phi Chi 7-1,
while No Sigma Ni won from
Archery-Archery Club will not Phi Rho Sigma.

I 'atertliti(s Vie
w,' av duiring the l)ast week nd a.
few ex r' have reached, the see-
ond round of the tourney.
In this week's mat<hes Alpha
Chi Sigma beat Alpha Kappa
Kappa, Phi Alpha Kappa de-
leafed Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Ep-
sil En Kappa downd NPhi Delta
('hi, Phi Delta Phi bowed to Phi
Delta Epsihm, Phi Rho Sigma
dumped 'Tao Epsilon Rho, and
Psi Phi fel beifowr e Law-
}er. ('mub.

The tesnce.ll sotball
kinp villI be deided is xveek
Shen W enley Ilouse plays
""uha Th"rsdayat" 4:15
Vaughan House won the East
Quad championship in softball
by defeating Adams llouse, 13-
G.. Wenley took the We: : . Quad
ct~troIby eatin Sirau1s 5-1.
AI~o this week WVVinehetll will
meet Greene for the second place
slot, Chcago will play Hlinsdale
House for third place. and Allen-
Ruinsey w il l)ay Cooley for
Ifour th place'.
'T1hree softIall tet11msth Goos-
ers, Phys E. md Forresters are
battling for the right to play New-
man "A" for the Independent
I leage championship.

the Goosers in t.e semi-finals.
The semi-final victor will then
play Newman "A" for the chaln-
pion"ship '1'iesday.
Last weekend the Mis-Fits
went down to defeat for the first
time 6-3, ak the hands of the
3oosers. The NRIOTC. after scor-
ing eight runs in the first two
inigcoas ted ho a 10-3 vinl
over the Chanticleers. Newman
"A" won the riight to compete in
the finals by trouncing the prev-
iously undefeated Dodgers 7-2.
The Rajahs exploded with 14
runs in the second frame and
routed ct u Delta Phi 17-6. New-
Main "B" with Smith hittiigtwo
home runs defeated the Mich-
i,-an 1151y G-2.
Robert Owen found thei
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Robert Hamilton's 79 was low
in the field of over 300 golfers. His
score along with John McGrath's
80, Charles Menninger's 82, and
Henry Eager's 86, accounted for
the Phi Delta Phi's pace-setting
total. Hamilton and Eager played
on the winning squad last year
also. -
Phi Alpha Kappa was the only
other team entered in this divi-
sion. They were awarded second
place with an even 400 as the
team score.
Norm Jackson, Bob Williams,
and Ted Morford each carded an
88 for the Phi Delt's ana combined
with Bruce Dutcher's 83 gave
them their league-leading score.
Beta Second
Beta Theta Pi was a close sec-
ond with a total of 348, followed
by Alpha Tau Omega with 351,
Phi Gamma Delta with 355, and
Chi Psi with 357.
In the Residence Hall division
Adams House replaced Hinsdale
as champion by coming in with a
team score of 380.
Adams House on Top
Cliff Clark's 91, Bill Longe's 93,
and Bob Lemmer's 93 helped to
put Adams House on top. Lloyd
House held down the runner-up
slot with a 382 total, while Ray
Roof's 93 gave the third place
position to Prescott with a collec-
tive score of 385.
Strauss House, Michigan House,
and Chicago House tied for fourth
place with team scores of 390 each.
Tom Howell shot a 90 for Chicago
House, and Bill Kuhn of Michigan
House went around in 94.
Mis-fits Win
The Mis-fits won the Indepen-
dent division title with a total of
355, while the Newman Club's 361

was good enough for the runner-
up spot.
The 22 low men in this tourna-
ment were picked to compete for
the Individual All-Campus title.I
It was originally planned to have
the 16 lowest golfers participate
for the honor, but the plan was

According to the latest fig-
ures Greene House has clinched
the Residence Hall Intramural
Sports Championship for the
third year in a row. At Neef,
Greene House sports director,
continued the tradition this
year that Leroy Daggs started
in 1945-46 and repeated in
1946-47.
The athletes from Michigan
House, who placed 14th in
last year's competition rose all
{ the way to second place this
year under the direction of Stu
Hertzberg. Michigan House got
most of its points from seconds
and thirds, taking a first in
only one sport, foul shooting.
Vaughan House has shown
remarkable improvement this
semester under Roger DeMer-
itt. They have two firsts now
and a chance for three more.

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Tie awinners of the Phys. r W!tnille:s 'and e( te I
Horseshoes. the last of the Eds.-Forrester contest will play Co-op 15-1.
spring sports is now also under
way as a result of last week's ac-
tivity. Phi Epsilon Kappa, Delta
Siema Delta, Nu Sigma, Nu, Delta.('IAnm I to Ilae
Sigma Pi, and Alpha Kappa Kap- 6
pa were on the winning end of the
matches, defeating Alpha Chi Sig-
ma, Xi Psi Phi, Phi Delta Chi, Al-
pha Omegt, and Phi Delta Epsi-
lon. respe tively.
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meet again this year.

Tennis has gotten well under

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Hank Meyer
Smokes'
CHESTERFIELDS
He says:
"I smoke Chesterfields because
their consistent mildness leaves
my throat clean and cool."
Chesterfield-year after year-first
choice of college men and women.

changed to accommodate all the
men who carded scores of 88 or
less, since so many men played
the course in that number of
strokes.
..he title will be awarded to the
man who has the lowest 36-hole
total. Last Saturday's total plus
the score each man piles up in this
week's 18-hole round will be the
basis for deciding the champion.
Redi (11( Use
the Daily Classifieds
Continuous from 1 P.M.
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RE-ISSUES

At last
wre can offer you
these albums
which have been
so hard-to-get!

Now!

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Royal Portable Typewriter, two years
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SPEED Queen washer, automatic pump
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ROSE MORRAY Evening Gown for sale.
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FORD, 1929 Model A sedan, excellent
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FLORIDA student needs ride Tampa
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WOULD like ride to NYC on June 9.
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} 73
FOR RENT
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WINNING FILM
A Whispered Plot of
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Teleman: Suite in A Minor (for flute and orchestra) . .
William Kincaid with the Philadelphia Orchestra
Mendelssohn; "Italian" Symphony .... Boston Symphony
Brahms: Trio in B Major ...... Rubinstein, Heifetz, and
Feurmann
Dvorak: Symphony No. 4 in G Major........
................Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
Ravel: Concerto for Left Hand .. Casadesus and
Philadelphia Orchestra
Bartok: Contrasts ........ Bartok, Szigeti, and Goodman
Haydn: Symphony No. 13 (88th) in G Major .. Toscanini
Bach: Concerto for Piano in D Minor .... Edwin Fischer
Shostakovitch: Symphony No. 5 .. Stokowski and the
Philadelphia Orchestra
Brahms: Two Songs for Alto (with viola and piano) . .
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