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THE-,MICHIGAN -DAILY

FPjDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1948 I

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Phi Gams

Take Cross Country

With 33

i Points
Independent Football

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Newman 's
Take Over
Track Title
The Newman Club took over top
spot of the Independent Outdoor
Track Meet Thursday, October 13
for the second season in a row.
Sparked by Russel Cavanaugh,
Don Hollisey and Al Geiger they
captured firsts in the 880, mile,
and quarter to roll up a total of
forty-one points.
* * *
THE RAMBLERS helddown
second place with twenty-two
points, but were closely pressed
by Michigan Christian Fellow-
ship's twenty points. The Robert
Owen Co-op and Michigan Co-op
took fourth and fifth positions re-
spectively with eleven and six
points.
High hurdles, (Ramblers) Har-
per (11.4); Mile Run, (Newman)
Hollisey (5.23.0); 100 yard dash,
(Ramblers) Day (11.5); 440 yard
run (Newman) Geiger (60.7); 880
yard run, (Newman)sCavanaugh
(2:11.2) ; low hurdles, (M.C.F.)
Snyder (9.4); high jump, (Ram-
blers) Frame (5 ft. 7 in.); pole
vault (M.C.F.) Willoughby (9 ft.
6 in.); shot put, (M.C.F.) Wil-
loughby (32 ft. 11 in.); running
broad jump, (Robert Owen Co-op)
Berkman (17 ft. 7 in.).
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Residence Hall League
Nears End of Grid Play

Caldwell Sets New Course Record

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By SAM AITMAN
With a few unplayed games
scheduled to be run off within the,
next few days, the Residence Halls
Touch Football League is rapidly
drawing to a close.
Two of the individual leagues
have already completed their
schedule of games and are now
waiting for the remaining ones to
be finished before the play-offs,
which will decide the Residence
Halls championship.
League A is still undecided,
with WenleyrHouse having the
edge by virtue of wins over
Michigan, Adams and Cooley.
Greene House has yet to play the
leaders and a win by either
team can greatly affect the final
standings.
All other teams in this league
have been eliminated as possible
threats to Wenley's supremacy.
Hayden and Anderson are
deadlocked in a first place tie
in League B, both sporting two
wins and one loss, and requiring
a playoff. Tied for second are
Chicago and Anderson with two
losses against one win.
Leading League C at the present
time is Allen Rumsey boasting two
wins in their only two attempts.
No indication as to the final out-
come can be gotten though, as
both Prescott and Lloyd can in-
MICHIGAN

crease their present record of one
and one into a League C cham-
pionship.
Williams House's record of
three wins against no defeats gives
them the championship of League
D.

By JERRY GOLDMAN
Running amidst the setting of
autumn foliage and burning leaves
that are as much symbolic of the
season as the hill 'n dale speedsters
themselves, 101 men representing
17 different houses participate in
the annual inter fraternity cross-
country meet yesterday afternoon.
Willis Coldwell, wearing his

spiked shoes for Beta Theta Pi,
covered the two-and-one-quarter-
mile course in eleven minutes and
9 seconds to set a new record as
he finished first. The old record,
11:37, was set last year by Lou
Calabrese of Phi Gamma Delta
who finished fifth yesterday.

Upsilon was fourth,
place was taken by
Calabrese.

and fifth
a weary

Inter-Fraternity Footbal
Opens Into Stretch rv

IN WHAT EARL Riskey,
tor of Intramural Sports,
"the best exhibition of+
country running ever put
the history of this race."

direc-
called
Cross-
on in

There is a bit of melodrama be-
hind the Phi Gamma Delta show-
ing in this meet. These fellows
are now in the process of collect-
ing money for the fraternity
building fund.
Not long ago, it was pointed out
in The Daily that one of the means
of raising funds was to have each
member of the house donate a
pint of blood to University Hospi-
tal and to contribute the fee for
this to the fund.
On Tuesday, two days prior to
the race several members of the
team, including Lindquist made
their blood donations.
PHI GAMMA DELTA, first

First Place Teams Third Place Teams
Newman Club Michigan Co-op
Robert Owen Co-op Nakamuro Co-op
Goosers Delta Chi
Mis-Fits Aory Mu Pi
Second Place Teams Fourth Place Teams
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Interfraternity touch football
competition is moving into those
exciting moments that can be felt
near the end of every elimination
tournament.
With visions of glory in mind,
the five teams that have not yet
clinched the two remaining semi-
final berths, will be fighting hard-
er than ever for each yard of turf
this coming week.
ON MONDAY, Chi Phi will play
Sigma Alpha Epsilon to determine
one semi-final position, while the
following day, Sigma Alpha Mu
will meet Alpha Tau Omega, last
year's champs. The winner of this
tussle will battle Phi Kappa Psi
for the remaining semi-final post.
Beta Theta Pi and Phi Delta
Theta are already booked for the
semi-finals.
IN ONE of the games that were

played this week, Phi Delta Theta
defeated Theta Xi, 6-2. PDT got
its only score early in the first half
on an end zone pass from Doug
Wicks to John Madden.
Beta Theta Pi conquered Chi
Psi, 15-0, in an exceptional dem-
onstration of power, as they did
all the scoring in the first half.
After an early safety, Paul Vieth
went around right end 40 yards
for a touchdown and Bill Kerr
pulled in-one of Vityh's passes for
another six-pointer.
Playing off the triple tie between
Sigma Alpha Mu, Alpha Tau Ome-
ga, and Zeta Beta Tau, ATO, the
defending champs asserted their
superiority with an 18-6 victory
over ZBT. Paul Burnis threw two
touchdown passes and Bob Smith
connected with one for Alpha Tau
Omega.

Phi Gamma Delta took first
place laurels in the team com-
petition with 33 points. The Phi
Gain entry was so superior that
all sevenstarters finished before
the first five of Sigma Phi Ep-
silon, the second place team and
defending champ.
From the shot of the starter's
gun, Caldwell and Calabrese
surged to the fore, and they ran
neck and neck for most of the
race.
* * *
IT WAS JUST in this manner
that they came into the stretch. As
soon as they hit the cinders, Cald-
well showed the defending champ
his heels, and the premier position
could not be disputed.
Steaming up right behind
Caldwell were two fraternity
brothers of : Calabrese, John
Lindquist and George Allen who
finished second and third re-
spectively. Tom Sparrow of Delta

At a meeting held last Thurs-
day of those students interested
in participating in an intramu-
ral La Crosse program, it was
decided that no schedule of play
could be drawn up until next
spring.

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place, 33 points: Lindquist, Allen,
Calabrese, Thomas, and Russel
SIGMA PHI EPSILON, second,
71 points: La Mont, Herron, Stone,
Float, and Massie
KAPPA SIGMA, tied for third,
169 points: Allen, Knight, Ker-
math, Old, and Paxton
BETA THETA PI, tied for third,
169 points: Caldwell, MacKay,
Harrington, Butt, and Bernard

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