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:CT 31, 1949

THE MICIGAN DAILY

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INTO THE HOME STRETCH:
Wenley, Lloyd,Sig Eps Lead I-M Race

Fellowship
Dominates
Indoor Meet
By HERB NEIL
Placing in every event except
the 880 yard run, Michigan
Christian Fellowship won the In-
dependent Indoor track meet with
341 points last night at Yost
Field House.
The Newman Club finished sec-
ond with 27 points, while Forestry
took third place with 15. Robert
Owen, with 81/2 points, beat out
the Ramblers for the fourth posi-
tion by one half of a point.
* - *
BOB SEXTON of Michigan
Christian Fellowship was the
meet's'only double winner, as he
won the high jump with a leap of
5 feet 9 inches and took the broad
jump with an 18 feet 2/ inches
jump.
Bill Prine gave Michigan
Christian Fellowship its first
winner of the evening by cap-
turing the 65 yard high hurdles
by eight yards in :09.7 seconds.
Bob Baker provided Michigan
Christian Fellowship with its
fourth winner of the night by
heaving the shot put 34 feet 9
inches.
Chester Ziemienski of Forestry
cleared 11 feet 3 inches to win the
pole vault as Bob Willoughby of
Michigan Christian Fellowship
placed second.
JOHN GERLACH of the New-
man Club recorded the best time
of the evening as he took over the
lead in the last 300 yards to win
the mile in the good time of 4:58.
Pete Behrendt, running for
the Ramblers, won the 6% yard
dash in a blanket finish in 7.3
seconds. Bob Geiger became the
Newman Club's second winner
with a victory in the 440 yard
run in 57.9. Cecil Tonkin of
Forestry and Lewis Neilson of
Michigan Christian Fellowship
placed second and third, re-
spectively. Behrendt finished
fourth in the quarter mile.
Russ Kavanaugh provided the
Newman Club with five more
points points as he placed second
in the half mile and third in the
shot put.
Foul Throw
Contest Ends
The basketball foul shooting
tournament being held at the IM
building, with Residence Halls,
Fraternities, a n d Independents
participating, closes at 9 o'clock
tonight.

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Hayden Nips Chicago House
For Residence Hall Baiiier'
SHayden House squeezed out a of Wenley, and placing the Resi-
one-tenth of a point win over clence Hall race into an absolute
Chicago House to notch the Resi- ! deadlock. The contest between
dence Hall indoor track crown in these two houses was hard fought,
a close contest last night at the I and many of the spectators were
Yost Field House. more interested in their contest.
The Hayden cindermen earned, hn 1 r.,,.1

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A YOUNG MAN'S FANCY:
I-Ma Spri Coxeiion
To Feature Six Sports

Six Spring sports swing into ac-
tion following the vacation re-
cess, to open the third section of
the Intramural program, I-M of-
ficials announced yesterday.
Softball leads the parade, while
two new activities, baseball and
lacrosse, are scheduled. Other
sports include horseshoes, tennis
and golf.
WITH 125 TEAMS entered in six
divisions, softball play begins April
11 in the Residence Hall bracket.
Forty-three Fraternity nines con-
Additional softball umpires
and an entire new staff of
baseball arbiters are needed by
the Intramural staff. Only four
are signed for softball duties,
The games will be played at
Ferry Field beginning after
Spring vacation.'
Softball starts April 1lwith
baseball commencing the -fol-
lowing week. Anyone interested
can register at the Intramural
Building.
-Earl Riskey.
tinue the program the following
day with play in the Independent,
Professional Fraternity, Faculty
and International divisions begin-
ning later in the week.
Six clubs are entered in the
baseball league with practice
games slated for the week fol-
lowing Spring vacation. Regu-
lar contests commence the next
week. The squads include the
Phys Eds, Hinsdale House, the
Cigs, Puffs, Alpha Sigma Phi
and the Cues.
No definite schedule has been
announced for the lacrosse loop.
Any team desiring to play can stillI
register before April 11.
TEAM PLAY in horseshoes and
tennis is scheduled to start April
27 with play in six divisions. Dual
matches for the various league ti-
tles are slated.
DO YOU KNOW ... That the
12niversity of Michigan withdrew
from the Western Conference in
1908 and did not resume member-
ship again until 1917?

I-M golfers begin their regular
season on May 7, being the last
sport to begin.
All play is slated for a team and
league plan rather than individual
tournaments.
Playoffs are planned in the soft-
ba-Il loops, while horseshoes, ten-~
nis and golf will be conducted on
a straight league basis.
I-M NE WS
Douglas Hayes of the Business
Administration faculty repeated
his last year's win in the faculty
squash tournament with a com-
paritively easy triumph Tuesday
at the Intramural Building.
His finalist opponent, Cameron
Meredith of the Education School,
managed to grab the first game
15-8, but Hayes came back to win
the next three 17-15, 15-11, and
15-12.
PIl DELTA Pill captured the
Professional Fraternity basketball
crown by edging Delta Sigma Del-
ta 49-40 in a hard fought cham-
pionship game, last Thursday at
the Intramural Building.
The game was nip and tuck the
first half, with both teams making
six fielders and six out of nine free
throws, to make the half time
score 18-18. The scoring tempo
was increased in the second half,
but the balanced scoring power of
the Phi Delts was too much for the
Delta Sigs.
PROVING THE AXIOM that all
around power is best, the Nu Sig-
ma Nu athletes have taken a
commanding lead in the Profes-
sional fraternity standings.
The Nu Sigs have taken the
championships in handball and
basketball and added points with
three seconds and one eighth. The
Go-Betwecns copped the touch
football crown, the Lawyers Club
"A" grabbed the volleyball chan-
pionship, Delta Sigma Pi took the
bowling title- and Phi Delta Phia
won the basketbal banner.

a total of 15 1.10 points. Chicago
House was second with 15, fol-
lowed by Lloyd House with 11,
Wenley House with 8 3 .5 and Wil-
Hams House with 8
JOHN BIERY of Hayden hit the
wire in the 60 yard dash just one
foot ahead of Stan Weinberger
of Williams. Jim Faircloth of Chi-
cago was third, and fourth was
Larry Gray of Vaughan House.
Eiery's winning time was :06.9.
The mile was run in two sec-
tions, and first place was award-
ed on the basis of time. Leading
all other contestants was Fred
Wilmer of Strauss House. Wil-
mer hit the cinders for a 5:05.9
time. He was followed by Dee
Solether of Hinsdale House, Tom
Berry of Vaughan, and Norm
Doorenbos of Lloyd.
Jack Bryant of Wenley cap-
tured first place in the shot put
with a heave of 39 feet 3 inches.
Second was Ed Jacks of Lloyd. Di-
rectly behind the two leaders
were Don Young of Allen-Rum-
sey House, and Chuck Gibson of
Tyler House.
STAN WEINBERGER of Wil-
liams "floated through the air
with the greatest of ease" for 19
feet, 11. inches to win the broad
jump. Second totthe lankybWil-
liams star was Tom Persohn of
Hinsdale. Following closely behind
were Bob Farnsworth of Chicago
and Frank Whitehouse of Hay-
den.
The 440 yard run was won by
Dave Clark of Cooley with a
:56.6 time. John Biery of Hay-
den was second, and Lloyd Ki-
berd of Lloyd was third. Tied
for fourth were Chuck Olson of
Michigan House, and Al Leavitt
of Williams.
The 880 went to Harvey Burley
of Lloyd. Following were Tom
Howell of Chicago, Jim Martin of
Hayden, and Al Harris of Allen-
Rumsey.
KEN GIBSON of Tyler took
first place in the pole vault. Tied
for second were Jack Raymond
of Chicago and Tim Burett of
Greene House. '
The high jump went to Chuck
Froman of Chicago House. Right
up there for second placew "as
Jack Harms of Hayden. There
was a five way tie for third
position.
The most important single tri-
umph in the meet was neither
Hayden's win, or Chicago's second,
but rather Lloyds' finishing ahead
Michigyan Wins
'B' Pin Crown
Michigan House rolled over
Prescott House 2434-2057 pins to
annex the Residence Hall "B"
bowling championship.
In what proved to be one of the
easiest wins of the entire tourna-
ment, the Michigan keglers led
all the way. Chuck Burt of Michi-
gan paced the field with a three
game series of 537, while team-
mate Don Dell took down best
game honors with a 223.
Michigan advanced to the final
round by virtue of a hard-earned
2363-2329 win over Lloyd House,
while Prescott bowled over Cooley
House 2179-1954.

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By JOE EIPSTEIN
Neck andl neck heading into the
ack stretch, Wenley House and
lIoyd Ihouse seem pointed towards
zplicto finish for the Residence
'fall championship, while Sig-ma.
?hi Epsilon is far in front of the
:est of the field in the Fraternity
race.
Unofficial totals, covering the
fifteen sports completed as of
March 25, place Wenley first in
the Residence Hall Division with
a total of u91 points, and Lloyd
second with 986. Other leaders in-
'liude Williams House with 918.
Hayden House with 870, Winchell
House with 837, and Michigan
House with 791.
WENLEY, under the able guid-
ance of Athletic Chairman Web
McCormack. has placed first in
only one event, outdoor track. But,
thanks to active interest and par-
ticipation on the part of the resi-
dents. Wenley has consistently
placed in the top two throughout
the season.
Lloyd, on the other hand,
holds three victories to their
credit. Firsts in paddleball,

cross country and handball have
helped run up their point totals,
Iwhile sec :nds and thirds in
other evelits h ve lboostedl it
sky high. C'o-Athletic (Chair-
man Frank Johinson is hoping
for futdre wins in the spring
sports, and feels very confident
about Lloyd's chances for the
title.
Third place Williams House w(on
both touch football and wrestling.
while Hayden House, currently in
fourth position, and top East Quad
team, have no wins to their credit.
Fifth place Winchell annexed
volleyball,, swimming, and water
polo, while sixth place Michigan
finished first in "B" bowling.

OTHER COMPETING houses,
and their points totals, were Tyler
6, Hinsdale 6. Allen-Rumsey 6,
Strauss 5 3 5, Prescott House 2,,
Adams 5, Cooley, 5, Greene 3 5,
Michigan 12 and Wincshell House
and Anderson House 0.
Individual star performers were
John Biery of Hayden with a first
in the 60 yard dash, and a second
in the 440, and Stan Weinberger
of Williams, winner of the broad
jump, and second in the 60.
Allnconsidered it was an ex-
cellent track meet, and was packed
full of thrills from start to finish.

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, . .Neither of these races is over
yet. The leaders in each must con-
OTHER HOUSES in the "Big linue the fast pace which they
Ten" include Hinsdale with 740, have set when competition in
Tyler with 729. Cooley with 728 spring sports rolls around.
and Greene with 723. With softball scheduled for the
Sigma Phi Epsilon is far ahead very immediate future, and with
of the rest of the Fraternity many other spring sports on tap,
field with 1106 points, and, at almost anything could happen.
present, figures to be an odds- Those little things known as ath-
on favorite in the win pool, letic points grow more and more
important as the season draws
The Sig Eps have taken firsts 4 nearer and nearer to a close.

in vuleyball, "B" basketball, bowl-
ing:. and paddleball and are
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f885), Theta Chi (852), Alpha
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Mu (779), and Phi Kajipa Psi
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rounds of 25 shots,
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the team total,
the combined

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18 or more successful baskets in
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championship was captured by
Sigma Phi Epsilon with a score of
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