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SUJNDAY, rD ETMFT V, 1948

?IT~mI k1 IAN

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I -M Wrestlers Near Finals

William~ts Mee
ualify Seven'
In Title .bouts
. With Phi Gamma Delta,
Kappa Sigma, Sigma Phi Ep-
silon, and Sigma Alpha Mu bat-,
tling it out in the top division,
fraternity wrestling squirmed into
the final stages last Thursday.
The Fijis stand the best chance
for a takedown with four men
still in the running of those in
final spots. Kappa Sigma has one
man in a final post and two still
in the semi-finals.
SIGMA ALPHA MU has the
same standing, one final and two
semi-finals, while the Sig Ep team
has two men in the finals and one
in the semi's.
In the 121 pound class the
Sammies' Bud Hill and the Sig'
Eps' Lloyd Jewell will stalk the
lightweight crown.
Theta Chi's Merle Englander,
entitled to a forfeit win, post-;
poned his semi-final match with1
Kappa Sig's Bill Silberburg whoj
was bothered by a score shoulder.
The other 136 pound final post
was filled by Dick LaMont as he
downed Charles Lamb of Theta
Chi.
IN THE 128 pound division, Phi
Gam Andy Pringle pinned Ted Ev-
erham of Kappa Sig to qualify for
the finals clash with Tommy Os-
born of Chi Psi who won over
Trigon's Dave Hertler.
Bill Bowler of ATO was the
only qualifying 165-pounder to
date as Ben Sloat of Sigma Phi
Epsilon was scheduled to meet
Harold Raymond of Phi Delta
Theta. Bowler downed George
Milray of Phi Sigma Kappa in
the semi-fiinals.
Kappa Sig's Howie Meinke took
Theta Xi's Dick Rouse down in
the semi's to meet another Theta
Xi, Bud Marshall, in the finals of
the 145 class. Marshall topped
ATO's John Matheson in the semi-
final ?eund.
* *B*e
BILL MORTON of Beta Theta

Pi defeated fraternity brother
Wally Atchison in the semi-finals
and will face the winner of the
other 155 - pound near - finish.
bracket. Paul Hunsberger of
Kappa Sigma will grapple with
still another Beta, Don Ruschman,
to complete the 155-pound semi-
finals.
One of the Phi Gamma Delta's
finalists, Bob Spiegel will con-
tend for the 175-pound crown by
virtue of his win over Delta
Tau Delta's Ralph Straffon.
His opponent depends on the
outcome of a match between the
Sammies' Jerry Morris and anoth-
er Phi Gam, Dave Thomas.
The unlimited class has pro-
ceeded as far as the semi-finals
where Sigma Alpha Mu's Dave
Gomberg faces DKE's Currie, and
Phi Gam's Dick McWilliams takes
the mat against Phi Delt's Tom
Kelsey.
With the precision of a hot iron
Williams house steamed over al-
most all opposition to qualify
seven men in the finals of the
Residence Halls wrestling tourna-
ment.
The Williams grunt-and-gristle
machine placed two finalists in
the 135-pound class in the persons
of A. P. Brunette and Joe Stone.
Another Williams man, Carl Guse,
will face Dick Thomas of Lloyd
in the finals of the 175 pound play-
offs.
BOB SHARLAND of Williams
faces Joe Savin of Tyler in the
128-pound Bob Lamb of Wenley
takes the mat against another
Williams man, Bob Smith.
Hinsdale's Bruce Herriegle
topped Len Walsh of Lloyd to
grab the right to face Lou
Kingscott of Wenley. Kingscott
pushed Lloyd Kiberb of Lloyd
House out of the running in
one of the two matches that
didn't include William's final-
ists.
As it was in the 165 pound class
so it was in the 155 pound divi-
sion: no Williams. Wenley's Bill
Thompson crushed Lynn Marcy
of Tyler, while Gordon Meuffane
of Cooley topped Bob Wambach of
Winchell. Thompson and Meuf-
fane will meet in the matches to-
morrow night.

1.
1A A Y N A n --) %1E;L tTV A N of
Greene House wrestled over
George Grivas of Lloyd to win a
final mat position against Chuck
Otis of Williams who took Frank
Maple of Hinsdale in the semi's
of the unlimited set.
Cooley's Frank Vanscholck
downed Gordon MacDougal in the
semifinals of the 145-pounders to
meet Don Holly of Williams who
hung up a mat win over Wilbert
Flaschar of Hayden in the re-
maining semifinals bracket.
Greene Ho-use,
Sammies S eek
Handball Titles
The regularly scheduled season
in the Residence Hall handball
leagues was completed Wednesday
night with a forfeit and a shut-
out recorded.
Powerful Greene. House
swamped Prescott House, 3-0,
while Hinsdale House took a for-
feit victory from Anderson House.
In matches played last week,
league leading Tyler and Adams
Houses maintained their stellar
pace. Tyler downed Hayden
House, 3-0, with Adams edging
a tough Greene four, 2-1. Win-
chell's 3-0 blanking of Anderson
and Prescott's similar triumph
over Allen-Rumsey House com-
pleted the night's play.
SWEEPING through their com-
petition the Sigma Alpha Mu's
have reached the semi-final stage
of fraternity handball.
Last year's champions, the
SAM's have defeated the Phi
Sigma Deltas, 2-1, and undoubt-
edly are trying for a repeat per-
formance. SAM must tackle the
winner of the Sigma Phi-Bet
Theta Pi contest to reach the
finals.
Fighting for the other final po-
sition Tau Delta Phi was victori-
ous over Psi Upsilon, 2-1. Power-
ful Kappa Sigma, the formidable
opponent of the Tau Delts will
go into the contest with a 3-0
shutout over last year's runner-
up, Sigma Phi Epsilon.

SAE Makes
F E
Swim Iu'it
(:00 C)', Precott,
VWinihll o-n To
Up to this moment the frater-
nity swimming picture is domi-
nated by Sigma Alpha Epsilon, the
only house to reach a final posi-
tion.
Splashing their way to the
semi-finals the S.A.E.'s overcame
the Phi Delts in a close meet,
36 - 30. Battling all the way
the Theta Chis finally bowed in
defeat to the S.A.E.'s in the semi-
final round, 37-29.
* * *
THE OPPONENT for the S.A.
E.'s will be determined this week
when Phi Kappa Psi takes to the
water against Phi Gamma Delta.
By hard swimming all the
way Phi Kappa Psis nosed out
the Delta Kappa Epsilons in the
semi-finals by the narrow mar-
gin of 4 points (35-31).
Phi Gamma Delta is the only
house who has had an easy trip to
the semi-finals. The Phi Gams
left Theta Chi in their wake as
they powered over them to a 41-
25 victory.
GRABBING FIRST and second
places in the diving to edge Pres-
cott House, 34-32, Winchell House
advanced to the finals of the Res-
idence Hall swimming tournament
Thursday night at the Intramural
Building. Hayden House nipped
Chicago House, 34-32, to gain a
semi-final berth against Cooley
House.
Winchell, winning only three
first places, trailed Prescott go-
ing into the diving event. Eight
big points off the lowboard and
three more in the medley relay
gave the Winchellites the win.
Trailing Chicago by four points
at the 25 yard free style race,
Hayden put on the pressure. The
East Quadders won first and sec-
ond in the dash to grab the lead;
then ran out the meet with a first
place in the diving event and
a second in the medley relay.
In the quarter-final meets,
Tuesday night, Cooley trimmed
Adams House, 36-30, in an event
featured by a close diving exhibi-
tion:

IM Grid All Stars
BACKS
Paul Vieth....... .....................Beta Theta Pi
John Maddon ......... ..................Phi Delta Theta
Al W eiss ................ ..............Sigma Alpha Mu
Louis LaPierre ............................ Phi Kappa Psi
LINE
Dick Strauss..........................hi Delta Theta
Tom V etter ....................................Chi Phi
George Strong ............................. Delta Upsilon
HONORABLE MENTION
Gene Estes .............................. Phi Kappa Psi
Jack Harbough ............................Phi Kappa Psi
Milt Siegel ............................. Sigma Alpha Mu
Will Perry ........................... Lambda Chi Alpha
Jim Deboer.......................... .Beta Theta Pi
Bill Riely ................................Psi Upsilon
Walter Rankin.................. .. Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Jim Deremo .....................................Chi Phi
BACKS
W illard Baker ................................... Greene
Bob Fancett ........ ........................... W illiams
Bob Patton .....................................W illiams
Henry Bushmann ................................Greene
LINE
Wendell Vanderklipp ............................ Hayden
Daniel Laferte ................................ Anderson
W illiam Kay .................................... Greene
Earl Keim .................................Michigan
Peter Hall ....................... .............Wenley
HONORABLE MENTION
Milton Heath.. .............................Cooley
Kenneth Averill . ......... .................. Allen-Rumsey
Joe Nagel .......................................Hayden
Bob Kuhn .......................................Greene
Carl Guse .................................Williams
Albert Leavitt ..................................W illiams
Norman Klein ...................................Williams
Charles Otis .....................................W illiams
Louis Kingscott ...................................W enley
Independent
BACKS
Hank Klauke ........................ Newman Club
Torcomb Sahakian ...................... Mich .Coop
Ed Norris ............................. Newman Club
Jim Horn . ......................Robert Owen Coop
LINE
Bob Brown ................................ Goosers
Bob Ritcheske............................Misfits
HONORABLE MENTION
Icy Warshawsky..........................Misfits
Dick Harper .............................. Goosers
Louis Carroll.. .........................Goosers

Volleyball competition is
going strong among the pr
sional fraternities,
This week Phi Delta Phi b
to the Go-Betweens by a
score. Phi Alpha Kappa su
over Alpha Omega (2-0).

Volleyball Competition Going Strong

still The powerful Nu Sigma
ocfes -
outfought Delta Sigma. Pa by
)wed tally while Alpha Kappa
2-0 romped over the Lawyers
urged "B" to a 2-0 victory,

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