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THE MICHIGAN DATLY

FRMAY, OCTOBER 15, 1948

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1948

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I-M Calendar
Date Event Div. '47-'48 Champ
ber 18. ....... Cross Country ...... Ind . ................ None
20 ........ Outdoor Track ..... Ind. ........ Newman Club
21........ Cross Country ......Frat. .......... Sig Phi Ep
26........ Cross Country ......Res................Lloyd
26........Volleyball ...........Frat . ............. Chi Psi

Touch Football Leagues
Drive To Quarter-Finals

Residence Hall Crown Fal sto Wenley House Thinclads

27........ Cross Country ......
November 1........Volleyball. ........ .
1,....... Bowling .. ....... .
4.......Volleyball ...... .. .
4........ Handball .......... .
4........ Handball ...........
4.......Squash..........
5.. . ..... Table Tennis .......
10.......Handball ............
11........ Handball... . ..... .
11........ Swimming (dual) ...
11........Water Polo . . ..... .
25........ Handball ...........
27.........Volleyball ..........
27. ..:....Volleyball ..........
December 1........ Water Polo .........
13.......Wrestling ..........
13............Wrestling ..........
January 4........ Basketball ..........
3........ Basketball ..........

.All Camp ........... None
.Res.............Vaughan
.Fac. ................ None
.Pro. Frat. . . Nu Sigma Nu
. Frat. ...... Sig Alpha Mu
.Res. .............Fletcher
.All Camp. ....Dick Turner
.Res................. Lloyd
.Ind. ...............Dodgers
.All Camp. ....John Scopiq
Frat . ........... Phi Delt
.Frat. ............ ..D.U.
Prof. Frat. . . Nu Sigma Nu
Ind. .............. M isfits
..Int. Cent . . Turkish Club
.Res............... W enley
Res...............Greene
All-Camp ...........None
.Frat........ Phi Kappa Psi
.Res. .............Vaughan
Pro. Frat . .Phi Rho Sigma

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Professional Fraternity Standings
LEAGUE A C LEAGUE C

Fraternity .,..
The race for the Inter-Frater -
nity touch football crown will go
into the quarter-final lap next
Tuesday, when the winners of
the nine preliminary groups start
battling each other.
Two preliminary playoffs are
yet to be played before Tuesday.
THE CHI PHI'S meet a power-
packed Sigma Phi Epsilon aggre-
gation Sunday morning, and Sig-
ma Alpha Mu, unscored upon
thus far, comes up against Alpha
Tau Omega this afternoon at Fer-
ry Field in what promises to be a
thriller.
Al Weiss, Lee Fisher, Milt RSiegel
and Mort Golde were the Sammie
big guns.
Beta Theta Pi and Chi Psi will
meet each other in the quarter-
final opener as a result of their
victories this week.rEach asserted
its superiority by decisive mar-
gins.
THE MOST exciting of Tues-
day's tussles will no doubt be that
between Theta Xi and the winner
of the Sammie-Alpha Tau Omega
playoff. Using a man in motion
with great effectiveness in their
deceptive offense, Theta Xi baf-
fled Phi Sigma Delta to win, 20-6.
In another quarter-final match,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon will meet
the winner of the Chi Phi-Sigma
Phi Epsilon playoff.
IN THE HIGHEST scoring
game of the week, Phi Kappa Psi
trounced Triangle, 40-0. George
Sandenburg intercepted a blocked
pass in the first play of the game
and ran the ball for a touchdown.
This set the mode of the game
as two more Triangle passes were
intercepted for pay-dirt.
This win put them in the run-
ning to play Sigma Chi, which
nosed out a powerful Alpha Phi
Alpha team, 6-0. The winner of
this match will take on Phi Delta
Theta which drew a bye.
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Residenice...
The Residence Halls Touch
Football League is well under way
after two weeks of activity, with
most of the dormitory teams hav-
ing already played at least one or
two of their scheduled games.
The league has been divided into
four sections, with the winners of
each section meeting, finally, in a
playoff to decide the Residence
Hall championship.
WENLEY HOUSE is leading
League A in the win column with
two victories over Adams and
Michigan.
Greene House holds second
place with- a decisive 28-0 win
over Adams, while Michigan
House is in third position with
their one loss and one victory
over Cooley.
In league B, it's Anderson House
in the lead with a 13-8 victory
over Hayden and a 12-6 win over
Tyler.
LEAGUE C is led by Allan-Rum-
sey and Lloyd, who sport triumphs
over Fletcher and Prescott re-
spectively, in their only attempts
of the season. Prescott's defeat of
Vaughan, and Vaughan's win over
Fletcher permits those two teams
to hold a temporary second place.
Williams House and Strauss
House are deadlocked in a first
place tie in League D, by virtue
of victories over Winchell and
Hinsdale.

Fraternity...
By BILL CONNOLLY
While the Beta Theta Pi house
was rejoicing after running home
with the Inter -Fraternity track
title, members of Phi Gamma
Delta were busy congratulating
one of their brothers who stole the
show at yesterday's meet.
The Betas, who grabbed three
firsts, ran up a total of 21 points,
just one and a half points more
than the second place Phi Gams.
Chi Psi took third with 16%/, DU
was fourth with 8%.
* * *
THE MEET LOOKED like a Phi
Gam victory in its early stages,
but the Betas jumped into the fry-
ing pan and threw the Phi Gams
into the fire by taking a first in
the 880, and clinching it with a
fourth in the lows, the last two
events of the meet.
John Lindquist, started the
Fijis on the road to what looked
like victory by sprinting to a rec-
ord-breaking first in the high
hurdles. He stepped over 65 yards
of tall timber in :08.9 seconds, to
smash the nine-year-old IM rec-
ord of :09.0 seconds.

MILE RUN-Won by Cala-
brese (Phi Gam); second, Herron
(Sig Ep) ; third, Parker (Sig Phi) ;
fourth, Hall (Sig Chi). Winning
time, 5:25.2.
440 YARD DASH - Won by
Lindquist (Phi Gam) ; second, Sis-
son (Chi Phi) ; third, Burkholder
(Sig Chi); fourth, Sparrow, (DU).
Winning time, 55.3.
100 YARD DASH-Won by De-
Boer (Beta) ; second, Vieth
(Beta) ; third, Estes (Phi Psi) ;
fourth, Ryan (Psi U.). Winning
time, 11.0.
LOW HURDLES-Won by Sib-
len (Chi Psi), second, Bowler
( ATO) ; third, McCurry (APA) ;
fourth Vieth (Beta). Winning
time, :08.6.
HIGH HURDLES - Won by
Lindauist (Phi Gam) ; second,
Gibblen (Chi Psi) ; third, Olsen
(DU) ; fourth, Reifel (Phi Delt).
Winning time, :08.9. New IM rec-
ord; old IM record :09.0, set in
1939.
BROAD JUMP-Won by Evans
(Psi U.) ; second, Kearny (Sig
Chi); third, Caldwell (Beta);
fourth, Proctor (APA). Winning
distance, 19'21/2".
HIGH JUMP-Won by Coates

(ATO); second, tie between D -
remo (Chi Psi) and Murray (Phi
Gain); fourth, tie between
Reeme (DU) and Celley (Sig Chi).
Winning Height, 5'9 3/8".
POLE VAULT-Won by Butt
(Beta); second, Hamper (Chi
Psi) ; third, Hendry (Phi Gam) ;
fourth, McGhee (Sig Ep). Win-
ning Height, 10' even.
SHOT PUT-Won by Brown1
(SAE) ; second, Kelsey (Phi Delt) ;
third Pennyman (APA) ; fourth,
Reeme (DU). Winning distance,
47'22"-
880 YARD RUN-Won by Cald-
well (Beta) ; second, Connolly
(DU) ; third, Lamont (Sig Ep) ;
fourth, Vogel (DU). Winning time,
2:10.1.
, * *
Residence...
Taking three fir'sts, and a num-
ber of second and third places in
the Residence Halls Outdoor Track
Meet, Wenley House copped the
Residence Halls fall season
championship with 27 1/3 points.
Dominationof the middle dis-
tances enabled Lloyd House to
capture second place with 21
points while Chicago was garner-

ing seconds in the Running Broad
Jump, the 880, the Low Hurdles
and the Mile Run plus a first in
the Pole Vault for a third place
total of 142 points.
RESIDENSE SUMMARIES
Running Broad Jump-Won by
Weinberger (Williams). Distance
-187".
Pole Vault-Won by Raymond
(Chicago). Height-9'
Mile Run-Won by Burkhard
(Michigan). Time-5:19 min.
100 Yard Dish-Won by Biery
(Hayden). Time-11.1 sec.
440 Yard Dash-Won by Allen
(Lloyd). Time--60.1 see.
880 Yard Run-Won by Burley
(Lloyd). Time-2:20. 8 min.
65 Yard Low Hurdles-Won by
Hastings (Michigan). Time-9:2
see.
65 Yard High Hurdles -- Won
by Iler (Wenley). Time-9:5 sec.
Shot Put-Won by Bryant
(Wenley). Distance-38'8".

Phi Chi ................
Phi Delta Phi ...........
Delta Sigma Delta ......
Alpha Kappa Kappa ... .
LEAGUE B
Nu Sigma Nu ..........
.Phi Alpha Kappa ........
Alpha Kappa Psi ........
Tau Epsilon Rho........

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Delta Sigma Pi ..........
Alpha Chi Sigma ........
Phi Delta Epsilon ........
LEAGUE D
Go-Betweens ...........
Lawyer's Club ...........
Alpha Rho Sigma ........
Phi Epsilon Kappa .....

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