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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1949

Fraternity Cagers Finish League

Tilts

SIX TEAMS GRAB CROWNS:
Independent Hoopsters Clinch Titles

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Phi Psi Leads 10 Division
Champs Into Tourney
First Place Playoffs To Begin Next Tuesday
At Sports Building in 'Sudden Death' Play

All-Campus
Play Begins
Three All-Campus tournaments
moved through first round
matches this week while sixother
sports are slated for tourney play
within the next two weeks.

W enley, Winchell Fives
Lead A' Hoop Leagues

Phi Kappa Psi, Psi Upsilon, Phi
Delta, Theta,, Chi Psi, Alpha Sigma
Phi, Delta Tau'Delta, Sigma Al-
pha. Epsilon, Sigma Phi, Sigma
ChI ,Sigma Phi Epsilon, and Aca-
cia all have copped top honors in
their respective Interfraternity
Basketball leagues this season.
The playoffs for the first place
champion of Fraternity Basket-
ball starts next Tuesday, March 1,
with a round-robin, sudden-dleath
tournament.
A WEED LATER, March 8, all
the teams that drew byes in the
first round of play will tangle.
SAE plays Psi U, the Alpha Sigs
will take on Sigma Phi Epsilon
and Chi Psi will tangle with the
winner of the Psi Phi-Delt contest.
In this week's final round of
league play, Alpha Phi Alpha
nosed out Sigma Nu, 25-21, and
took the measure of SAE, 34-22,
earlier in the week. The half-
time score of the latter contest
was 19-12. Gene Derricotte
paced the Alpha Phis in scor-
ing for the two games with 21
Joints.
Delta Chi gtook the measure of
Kappa Nu by a score of 35-11;ethe
count at the half was 18-5. Bob
Humes sparked the winners with
12 markers.
* * *
PHI PSI captured the crown in
League I by virtue of a 53-23 vic-
tory over Delta Kappa Epsilon;
at the rest period, it was 28-13.
Howie Smith, Howard Krull, Jer-
ry Sullivan, and Louie LaPierre
led the Phi Psis in scoring with 17,
12, 11, and 10 points, respective-
ly.
Psi U won the championship
in League II by downing Lamb-
da Chi Alpha, 40-14; it was 20-
7 at the half. The winners were
spairked in offense by "Bones"
Powers with 12 tallies; Wallace
Riley and Ford Topping each
added 10 to the total.
Alpha Delta Phi walloped Theta,
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DeltaChi, 55-15, as Harry Bump,
Pete VanDomlin, and Bill Crispim
led the attack with 14, 12, and 10
points, respectively, although Tom
Whitingham had 10 for the Theta
Delts.
CHI PSI swept the League 4
championship with a 49-18 win
'ver Alpha Tau Omega; after two
quarters the score was, 26-16. Bud
Deremo starred for the winners
with 20 counters; Fred Pickard
added 14.
The Phi Delts won the title in
League 3 as they defeated Beta
Theta Pi, 39-16; 11-5 was the
score at halftime.
Phi Kappa Tau walloped Tau
Delta Phi, 66-16, leading 31-8 at
tshe rest period. Ralph McGrunt,
Howard Wolfimeyer, and John
Linville paced the winners with
20, 8, and 14 points, respectively.
SIGMA CHI beat Kappa Sigma,
27-22, to take League 9. The half-
time count was 11-8.
Sigma Phi won all honors in
League 8 by swamping Tau
Kappa Epsilon, 51-24; at half-
time it was only 19-10. Lloyd
Heneveld, Dick Fletcher, and
Stuart Fraser collected 16, 13,
and 10 points, respectively for
Sigma Phi. Roy Flint had 11
for the losers.
Sigma Alpha Mu eked out a
win over Phi Gamma Delta, 34-30,
although they had a 20-12 mar-
gin at the half. Bernie Fisher had
13 tallies for the Sammies.
SIGMA NU downed Phi Kappa
Sigma, 34-18, as they led, 20-15,
at the rest period.
The Delts scraped by Zeta Psi,
33-32, in the closest game of
the week to win the League 6'
title. They led at the half, 22-14,
although Zete's Dorr Grover
and John Case paced the scor-
ing with 13 and 11 points, re-
spectively.
Omega Phi Psi trampled Chi
Phi, 59-21, as Ray Haney, John
Bell, and Russ Parking sparked
the attack with 14, 12, and 11
points, respectively. Dean Spauld-
ing led Chi Phi with 12.}
* * *
DELTA UPSILON defeate d
Zeta Beta Tau, 38-17, leading
25-8 at the half. Don Calhoun
and Bud Fawl had 10 each for the
D.U.'s.
Acacia captured the crown
in- League 11 by downing Tri-
angle, 31-24; the score at the
rest period was 6-11. Herb Neil
led the winners with 10 points,
although Dave Hawks had the
same number for Triangle.
Theta Chi triumphed over Theta
Xi, 30-19, by virtue of a 17-13
halftime margin. Bill Tattersall
sparked Theta Chi with 12 mark-
ers
The Alpha Sigs took the meas-
ure of Trigon, 58-20, to capture
the League 5 title; they led at the
half, 28-9. Dick Brandenstein
copped all scoring honors for the
night by booping 22h pints; Bob
Erben added 14 to the total.
011.

TABLE
opens next
Anderson

TENNIS competition
Thursday night on the
House tables. Singles

The weekly co-recreational
program will be staged tonight
at the Intramural Building, I-
NI officials announced yester-
day. Identification cards will
be required for 'admittance.
play in All-Campus badminton is
slated to start next Sunday after-
noon.
Entries close March 7 fori the
wrestling event with all con-
testants weighing in on that
date. Preliminaries are sched-
uled for March 9 with the finals
to be part of the Intramural
Open House program, March 23.
Doubles tourneys in paddleball,
handball and badminton will be-
gin as soon as time and courts are
available, Intramural officials an-
nounced yesterday.

Two crucial battles highlighted
the eight tilts played in the Resi-
dence Hall basketball race Mon-
day night at the Intramural Build-
ing.
The "A" teams of Wenley and
Winchell Houses remained in the
unbeaten column and seem certain
winners in their respective divi-
sions.
IN. THE EVENING'S best game,,
a fast-breaking Wenley hoop ag-
gregation took the measure of an
inspired Lloyd House five, 38-35.
Wenley remained unbeaten as
a result of a shot which rimmed
the hoop as the final whistle
sounded and the game left Lloyd
with a lone blemish to mar its
otherwise unbeaten record.
Jim Hildebrand of the victors
shared scoring honors with Lloyd's
rangy Steve Annas. EaCh man
caged eleven points.
SHARING THE limelight with
the Wenley-Lloyd clash was the
battle between two undefeated
fives, Winchell and Hayden
houses. Winchell won, 33-27. Win-
chell remained undefeated while
Hayden tasted their first defeat.

Winchell's victory was accom-
plished through superior height
and back-board control.
J. M. Wally of Winchell and
Bruce Vanderklipp of Hayden led
the scorers with ten points each.
IN THE EVENING'S other "A"
encounters, Strauss House
squeezed by Williams to the tune
of 26-24, and Hinsdale swamped
Prescott, 43-16, with Ed Klum
leading the way with 12 markers.
In the "B" basketball circuit,
Adams House, after getting off
to a slow start in the first half,
put on a second stanza rally to
trim Greene House, 29-17. Ken
Sivier tallied 14 of Adams'
points.

Fighting their way through
tough competition, league-leading
Independent cage squads clinched
their respective titles this week.
On top of the pile in the "A"
League, the Northernities cinched
the number one position by defeat-
ing the Mobiles, 51-26. The deci-
sion put the Mobiles into the ca-
boose with one win and two de-
feats. Second and third places
went to the Hurricanes and Foul
Balls, respectively, with the Hur-
ricanes whipping the Foul Balls,
42-30.
First place in the "B" League
went to Omega Deuteron who
racked up three consecutive
wins. The Hawaiians grabbed
second place with two wins and
one loss.
The red hot Lazy Aces con-
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quered the "C" League prelimi-
naries with three straight icto-
ries. This fast breaking quintet
outclassed Michigan Co-op Wed-
nesday night in a one-sided game,
52-10.
In the "D" League Nakamura
Co-op maintained the first place
spot in, spite of losing to the New-
man Club, 27-26.
Coming through with their
first victory of the year, the
Physical Eds moved into the
first place berth by beating the
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Foresters, 38-25. The Mis-Fits
maintained their second place
lead but dropped a game to the
fourth place Roboes, 33-27. The
Foresters retained the number
three spot with one victory and
two defeats.
In League "F" the Oomphs
knocked off the Barbarians, 27-
23, giving them three straight
wins and the first place banner.
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TODAY
SATURDAY - SUNDAY

Williams House handed
House its first loss of the
in a close-fought game,
* * 5

Cooley
season
24-22.

WINCHELL HOUSE notched
their first "B" win by licking
Vaughan House, 24-18.
Final regular season's games are
slated for next week with play-
offs between the various place
winners following.

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PIA TASSINARI, Soprano
SHIRLEY RUSSELL, Sporano
GLADYS SWARTHOUT, Mezzo-Soprano
TANN WILLIAMS, Contralto
SET SVANHOLM, Tenor
HAROLD HAUGH, Tenor
MARTIAL SINGHER, Baritone
ERICA MORINI, Violinist
FESTIVAL

GREGOR PIATIGORSKY, Violoncellist
BENNO MOISEIWITSCH, Pianist
EUGENE ORMANDY, Conductor
ALEXANDER HILSBERG, Conductor
THOR JOHNSON, Conductor
MARGUERITE HOOD, Conductor
PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA
UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
YOUTH CHORUS

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Eugene Ormandy, Conductor
Soloist: Set Svanholm, Tenor.
Ai-Wagner Program
Prelude to "Parsifal"
"Gralserzablung" from "Lohengrin"
Rome Narrative from "Tannhauser"
Set Svanholm
Alberich's invocations of the Nibelungs
Entrance of the Gods into Valhalla
both from "Das Rheingold"
Siegfried's Funeral Music
from "Gotterdammerung"
Siegmund's Monologue from "Die Walkure"
'Wintersturme" from "Die Walkure"
Forging Song from "Siegfried"
Mr. Svanholm
Prelude to Act III; Dance of the Apprentices; and
Entrance of the Masters from "Die Meistersinger"
FRIDAY, MAY 6, 8:30
Thor Johnson, Conductor
University Choral Union
Soloists: Shirley Russell, Soprano
Martial Singher, Baritone
Benno Moiseiwitsch, Pianist
Overture to "Prometheus"............Beethoven
Concerto No. 3 for Piano and
Orchestra.........................Beethoven
Benno Moiseiwitsch
Requiem ........... .................... Brahms
Choral Unio~i, Shirley Russell, and
Martial Singher
SATURDAY, MAY 7; 2:30
Alexander Hilsberg and

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 8:30
Eugene Ormandy, Conductor
Soloist: Gladys Swarthout, Mezzo-Soprano
'Theme and Variations for Orchestra,
Op.43b"...."." .. *... . Schonberg
"Ah, Spietato" from "Amadigi"..........Handel
"Art Thou Troubled" from "Rodelinda" . Handel
"Per lui che adoro" from "L'Italiana
in Algeri"............................. Rossini
Gladys Swarthout
Symphony, "Mathis der Maler" ...... Hindemith
E se un giorno Tornasse .. ..............Respighi
Bialero; Melvious qu'o uno fenno; and
Brezairola.......................... Canteloube
El Vito ............. .................Obradors
Miss Swarthout
Waltzes from "Der Rosenkavalier" ...... Strauss
SUNDAY, MAY 8, 2:30
Thor Johnson, Conductor
University Choral Union
Shirley Russell, Soprano Harold Haugh, Tenor
Tann Williams, Martial Singher,
Contralto Baritone
Gregor Piatigorsky, Violoncellist
Concerto in B minor for Violoncello and
Orchestra ...................Dvorak
Gregor Piatigorsky
Choros No. 10, "Rasga O Coracao" ... Villa-Lobos
"Gloria in Excelsis" (world premiere) .... Gomer
Chroal Union and Soloists
Mary McCall Stubbins, Organist
SUNDAY, MAY 8, 8:30
Eugene Ormondy, Conductor
Soloist:Pia Tssinari, Soprano
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