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FRIDAY, DEOEMERt 3, 1948

TH E M ICHIGAN DAI LY

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Fraternity Volleyball Enters Sem

Intramural Standings

Delta Upsilon Sinks Sig Ep;

Fraternity ...
Beta Theta Pi .............400
Phi Gamma Delta........350
Alpha Tau Omega........348
Sigma Phi Epsilon .........342
Sigma Alpha Epsilon ......328
Phi Delta Theta ..........326
Delta Upsilon . .1i......... 312
Sigma Chi...............304
The inter-fraternity competi-
tion has been completed in three
sports, football, track, and cross
country. The scores include only
these results.
Dual Swimming and Handball
are now in progress and Wrestling
will start next Monday. These last
three events will be finished by
Christmas vacation.
In the completed sports, Phi
Delta Theta was tops in football,
Beta Theta Pi second, and Chi Phi
Wrestling begins for the fra-
ternities next Monday after-
noon, when all the boys will
weigh in in their division.
Tuesday the preliminary
matches will be run off, with
the semi-finals on Wednesday,
and finals Thursday.
third; Betas went over the field
in the Fraternity track meet, Phi
Gamma Delta was second, Chi Psi
ran third, and Delta Upsilon
fourth.
In the Cross Country Meet Phi
Gamma Delta flashed a brilliant
first with Sigma Phi Epsilon
running second. Kappa Sigmal
and Beta Theta Pi tied for third.
Independent ...
Newman Club .............250
Michigan Christian Fellow-
ship...................180
Robert Owen Co-op.......175
Ramblers .................165
Michigan Co-op ...........140
Mis-Fits ..................120
Hilltoppers...............110

place in Outdoor Track; wwith
Lloyd House and Chicago House
following in their respective
places.
The Cross Country Champion-
ship was taken by Lloyd with
Wenley second and Hinsdale
third.
The Football Crown was carried
away by Williams House with
Greene House and Wenley House
second and third.
Greek Letter
Swi-mmers
Vie in Final S
The battle of the fraternity
dual swimming contest is ap-
proaching its climax as the semi-
final contestants ready themselves
for the struggle that will end in
glory for some and sore muscles
for others.
The hard - swimming Sigma
Alpha Epsilon's upset Phi Delta
Theta (36-30). The Phi Delts were
last year's champions and proved
themselves to be no easy push-
over. However, the well balanced
team of the S.A.E.'s went all out
to chalk up a victory over their
powerful rivals.
The Theta Chis will clash with
the S.A.E.'s next week for a crack
Coed sports activities will be
held from 7:30 to 10:30 Friday
in the IM Building.
The previous announcement
that they would not be held
Dec. 3 due to Slide Rule Ball
is to be disregarded.
at the championship. Theta Chi
managed to squeeze out a very
narrow victory over the ┬░Sigma
Chis (34-32).
Over on the other leg of the
round robin tournament, Phi
Kappa Psi will do battle with Phi
Gamma Delta for the other final
position.
Phi Psi out-swam Delta Kappa
Epsilon in a close meet by a 35-
31 score. The powerful Phi Gams
did all ut sink Theta Xi, (41-
22).
In order to reach the semi-
finals S.A.E. splashed over Phi
Kappa Tau (49-16). Sigma Nu de-
faulted to the Phi Delts.
Theta Chi chalked up a 39-27
win over Zeta Psi and Beta Theta
Pi went down in defeat before the
Sig Chis (40-25).

SAE Dro sri
By CLARKE STEVENSON
The white ball and high net
still dominate the I-M gym floor
today but the increasing patter
of dribblinghbasketballs can be
heard more plainly now as the
volleyball playoffs get underway.
Fraternity volleyball will go into
the semi-final stages next week.
The defending champions of last
year aren't even in the picture
this season, leaving a wide open
field.
THERE ARE ONLY four teams
remaining out of the original
eight first place contestants who
now have hopes of capturing
championship honors and the,
hundred points.
Lambda Chi Alpha defeated
Sigma Chi (2-0) and will clash
with Delta Upsilon who)downed
Sigma Phi Epsilon (2-0) for a
final playoff position.
Beta Theta Pi eliminated Sigma
Drm Swim
Race Enters
Stretch Drive
Swimmers in the residence hall
swimming tournament stroked
their way into the Quarter-Finals
Tuesday night at the Intramural
Building with the completion of
six meets. The tourney is con-
ducted on a one defeat and out
basis.
In Tuesday's competition, Wen-
ley House trounced Greene House,
49-17, Chicago House shaded
Strauss House, 34-32, Fletcher
Hall nipped Hayden House, 36-30.
PRESCOTT House trimmed
Hinsdale House, 42-24, Williams
House walloped Tyler House, 40-
26, and Winchell House defeated
Anderson House via the forfeit
rout.
Residence Hall water polo rolled
into the second week of play, Tues-
day night at the Intramural Build-
ing, with one match and a forfeit
recorded.
In the lone action, Wenley
House edged Greene House, 3-2,
in a hard-fought game. Prescott
House won by forfeit over Fletcher
Hall in the second scheduled event.
In Residence Halls Waterpolo
contests played last night, Tyler
nipped Cooley, 2-1, Wenley
dropped Strauss, 2-1, Williams
narrowly beat Allen-Rumsey, 3-2,
Prescott blanked Chicago, 1-0,
Winchell took the measure of
Adams, 2-0. Lloyd nosed out Mich-
igan, 2-1, and Hinsdale shutout
Hayden, 2-0.

LambdaYPi
Nu, 2-0 and will take on Sigma
Alpha Epsilon who squelched Pi
Lambda. Phi's hopes 2-0. This
play-off will produce the other
first place contender.
THE BATTLEFIELD of the sec-
ond place contests is where last
year's champions met their death
at the hands of the Alpha Sigma
Phis in a 2-1 struggle. The Alpha
Sigs will come up against the
Theta Chis who put Acacia out
of action, 2-0.
Phi Delta Theta bowed to
Phi Kappa Psi (2-0) who will in
turn encounter Alpha Sigma
Phi who trod down Phi Kappa
Tau, 2-0.
Struggling for third place hon-
ors Kappa Sigma wrestled a 2-1
victory from Phi Gamma Delta
and will have to battle against Ph:
Kappa Sigma for a playoff posi-
tion. Theta Delta was defeated 2-
0 by Phi Kappa Sigma.

rim-Finals
Fraternity
Teams Vie
In Handball
While the volleyball teams have
been romping noisily back and
forth across the gym floor, hand-
ball, a little known but important
sport has been quitely progress-
ing underneath the gym floor.
TAU DELTA PHI moved into
the semi-final slot last night when
they defeated Psi Upsilon by a
2-1 score. This was the only semi-
final game played this week.
Preparing to battle it out for
the other positions, Sigma Alpha
Mu will meet Phi Sigma Delta.
Sigma Phi will engage Beta Theta
Pi for a similar position.
Kappa Sigma and Sigma Phi
EpAilon will also have their eyes
on the championship when they
clash next week.

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Dodgers ................
Owlers .................
Azory Mu Pi ............
Nakamura Co-op......
Physical Eds ..........

...100
... 100
... 90
80
50

Residence ...
Wenley ...................317
Lloyd .. ...................306
Williams ..................266
Hoyden ...................261
Chicago ..................236
Allen-Rumsey... ........185
Tyler ............. .......181
Michigan .................177
Hinsdale .................143
Winchell ..................140,
These statistics only include the
three completed sports: Football,
Track and Cross-Country.
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