FRID~at, NOVEMBERL12, 1948
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
:Williams ets Resi ence igskin
New Styles First at Wild's
Volleyball Has Spotlight)
As Indoor Sports Begin
KWith touch football taking its
final bows our attention turns in-
doors as the intramural sports
winter program gets underway.
"King Volleyball" has taken over
the reins down at the I.M. Build-
THE HARD-FIGHTING Ram-
blers "A" bowed in defeat to the
superior Dodgers by a 2-4 score.
Omega Deuteron was trounced by
the Hawaiians in a 5-1 tussle.
The Owlers turned on their full
power this week as they shutout
the Nakamura Co-op, 6-0.
Overpowering the Ramblers "B"
team by a score of 5-1, the Mis-
Fits displayed fine form in this
opening game. The Mis-Fits cap-
tured the Volleyball Crown in 1947
and can be expected to try a re-
peat performance this year.
IN RESIDENCE HALLS Volley-
ball Games played Monday night,
Michigan beat Williams, 4-2;
Adams crushed Hinsdale, 6-0;
Winchell topped Wenley, 5-1; Coo-
ley won over Lloyd, 4-2; Vaughan
bested Hayden, 4-2.
Prescott cooled Tyler, 4-2; Chi-
cago swamped Fletcher, 5-1; and
Greene was victorious over Allen
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA is the
only fraternity left with an un-
blemished record in the volleyball
league. ThesLambda Chi's have
won two sets of six games each,
for a record of 12 wins and no
Right on their heels, however,
is Sigma Psi Epsilon, Alpha Phi
Alpha, and Pi Lambda Phi, who
have each triumphed in all con-
tests while dropping only one.
Hit I-M P ool
Fraternity dual swimming meet
first-round contests were complet-
ed this week.
Acacia downed Phi Kappa Tau,
43-23; Delta Upsilon beat Alpha
Sigma Phi, 37-20; Sigma Phi Ep-
silon downed Triangle, 43-14; Zeta
Psi defeated Sigma Phi, 44-22.
Phi Upsilon took Pi Lambda Phi,
42-24; Theta Xi over ran Sigma
Alpha Mu, 44-22; Phi Kappa Psi
beat Lambda Chi Alpha, 40-26.
The Intramural Building will
have its usual Co-recreational
Program at 7:30 this evening.
Arrangements for the Pan-Hel-
lenic Ball will not interfere
I-M H andball
Round of Play
In the first round contests of the
Fraternity Handball league, Alpha
Phi Alpha forfeited to Kappa
Sigma and Theta Delta Chi missed
their game with Sigma Chi.
Kappa Sigma and Sigma Chi
took the floor then to get ahead
of the schedule with Kappa Sigma
George Allen won the All-
Campus cross country run yes-
terday, covering the two mile
varsity course in 11:21.3.
sweeping a clean three out of
three to enter the quarter finals.
Other games were still involved in
the first round of competition.
Winners were: Triangle over
Tau Kappa Epsilon; Sig Eps over
the Phi Psi's; DU's over Theta
Xi; Pi Lambs over Zeta Psi; the
Betas over Lambda Chi; Phi
Kappa Sigma over Chi Psi; DTD's
over ATO's; Alpha Delts over Tri-
gon and Phi Sigma Delta over
The residence Halls also entered
the opening handball rounds. Ty-
ler over Winchell, Hinsdale over
Hayden, Strauss over Vaughan,
Williams over Fletcher, Cooley
over Greene, Adams over Prescott
and Michigan over Wenley. '
Rain Postpones Phi Dell-Beta Battle;
Newman Club Drubs Goosers, 12-O
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Williams house wears the Resi-
dence Halls' Football Crown.
The West Quad champs won the
trophy by defeating the defending
title holder, Greene House 1-0,
Tuesday night at Wines Field.
* * *
THE CLOSE encounter was de-
cided in overtime by comparative
total yardage on four extra downs
for each squad. Williams won,
amassing a total of 63 yards, 50 of
them as a result of a long pass
from Bob Patton to Bob Fancett.
Fancett made a fine overhead
catch of the high pass and
sprinted some ten yards down
field before being tagged by
two Greene defenders.
The game was hard fought and
close throughout. Neither side be-
ing able to penetrate within the
opponent's ten yard marker.
THE FIRST half showed the
vaunted defensive power of Wil-
liams, a team which during regu-
lar season competition had yield-
ed only three first downs, was un-
scored and had had no opponent
in their territory.
The first half was played en-
tirely in Greene territory with
Williams throwing back ever
Greene offensive threat, Fan-
cett intercepting three passes.
In the early moments of the
game, Williams, as a result of a
Patton to Robbins pass reached
the Greene 20 for its only offen-
sive thrust of the game.
HOWEVER the Greene defense
stiffened and three plays failed to
produce any gain. With fourth
down and ten to go, Fancett
dropped back to the thirty and
tried to kick a forty yard field
goal from placement, the ball
missing the crossbars by inches
From that point, Greene took
over and neither team could
muster enough srength for a
real gain although Greene was
bottled up in its territory the
The second half was a differ-
ent story. Both squads showed
offensive power and repeatedly
forged into enemy territory.
Greene's offensive, power dormant
in the first half, began to show it-
WITH BILL BAKER passing
and Hank Buchmann rushing,
Greene made two forays deep into
Williams territory. Receiving a
Williams punt that went dead on
the Greene 27, the East Quad
Champions completed three
straight long passes and tried one
run, reaching the Williams 28 be-
fore aIn interception ended the
Williams could make no yard-
age and punted out of bounds on
their own 39. A fifteen yard
penalty against Williams set
the ball on the 24 and Greene
appeared to be cashing in on
this break as they completed a
pass, moving the ball to the 14.
The next pass was incomplete,
however and the second was inter-
cepted as the game ended score-
less, sending it into overtime.
The contest proved to be an ex-
cellent battle although careful of-
ficiating produced many penal-
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BODY AND FENDER
THRE WAS SOME confusion as
Overpowering the Goosers by a to just what had happened but the
12-0 score, the Newman Club cap- touchdown was good.
tured the Independent Touch This game proved to be a fitting
Football Crown last Tuesday night climax to a very active season of
under the lights of Wines Field. football. The good blocking and
Before the game got underway superior pass-defense displayed by
the Goosers right halfback and both teams provided an interesting
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With the rain coming down in
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Beta Theta Pi to a scoreless tie in
a playoff for the Fraternity Touch
The contest will be stricken
from the record books, however,
for the referees decided to disre-
gard the overtime ruling and play
the whole game over next week on
THE MOST sensational play of
this unofficial tussle came on the
opening down from scrimmage in
the second half. The Phi Delts
received the kickoff on their own
On the first play, Doug Wicks
slithered around end for an elec-
trifying 85-yard run to cross the
Beta goal-line, only to have the
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THE FIRST half found neither
team being able to complete any
long passes. The defensive action
of both teams was excellent. For
the most part the action ,of the
game was kept close to the mid-
The "Fighting Newmanus" fi-
nally drew blood when hank
Klauke, Newman halfback went
over from the 4 yard line after
a sustained drive down the field.
Gooser linemen Lou Carroll and
Mike Miscovsky played a good
defensive game but the short
runs and spot passes of the New-
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half the Newman fullback, Rus-
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field unhindered by the opposi-
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