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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

1 11 Teams Open SoftballPlay

PRESS, SNATCH AND JERK:
Four Schools Meet in Weightlift Show

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Vaughan, Cooley, Hayden
Win First Round Contests

ADAMS HOUSE took a fairly
close one from Greene House, 10-
7. Johnny Stewart pitched well
for the winners, as Adams short-
stop Roy Aimone, and Greene
catcher George Jackson fought it
out at bat.
It was give and take as Pres-
cott House dropped Tyler House
5-3. The game featured a pitch-
ing duel between Bob Anderson
of Prescott and Tyler's Roy Eby.
Cooley House blanked Fletcher
Hall in an easy 10-0 win.
Johnny Biery pitched Hayden
House to a 6-2 victory over Dick
Smith and his Lloyd House crew.
The second round will begin
next Monday, weather permitting.
I-M Initiates
Baseball Loop
The Intramural Department has
inaugurated-I-M baseball this
spring with a six team league.
Physical Education, Cues, Alpha
Sigma Phi, Hinsdale, Puffs and
Independents are entered in the
league which will continue for
seven weeks. Practice games were
held this week, and the regular
schedule will open next week with
Physical Education meeting the
Independents, Monday, Cues play-
ing Puffs pn Tuesday, and Alpha
Sigma Phi opposing Hinsdale on
Wednesday. All games will be
played on the Freshman field at 6
p.m.

LCA Wins
In No-Hitter
Lambda Chi Alpha and Alpha
Tau Omega shared the spotlight
this week as the Fraternity soft-
ball season got underway.
Jerry Wingert tossed the sea-
son's first no-hitter as he blar t d
Theta 'Delta Chi, 9-0. His fine
pitching was augmented by a solid
batting attack led by Gary Hicks'
and Ben Gates' long home runs.
* * *
ALPHA TAU OMEGA exploded
a 26-1 victory over Kappa Nu.
Pitching, batting and fielding all
excelled.
In other games, Chi Phi
downed Delta Tau Delta, 11-5,
Chi Psi nipped Trigon, 5-4, and
Zeta Beta Tau took the measure
of Delta Chi, 5-3.
Delta Upsilon blasted Delta Sig-
ma Phi, 20-1, Sigma Alpha Mu
edged by Kappa Sigma, 10-9 and
Alpha Sigma Phi vanquished Phi
Gamma Delta, 7-1.
* * *
PHI KAPPA PSI was the victor
over Psi Upsilon, 8-5, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon slid by Omega Pi Psi,, 4-3,
and Sigma Phi took Tau Delta Phi
into camp by a 10-8 score.
Phi Sigma Kappa ripped Alpha
Delta Phi, 14-4, Beta Theta Pi
squeaked by Delta Kappa Epsilon,
3-2, and Phi Sigma Delta dropped
a decision to Sigma Nu, 10-4.

Independents
egin Season
With 3 Tilts
By hERB NEIL
Nakamura Coop, the Ramblers,
and Newman Club scored victories
in the opening games of the In-
dependent softball league Wed-
nesday afternoon at Ferry Field.
Nakamura Coop defeated the
Rookies 10-5 with an eight run
second inning. Behind, 3-2, at
the end of the top half of the
second inning the winners scored
their eight runs largely with the
help of the wildness of Bob Ata-
man, the Rookies' itcher.
The Ramblers beat Michigan
Coop, 9-7, with three runs in the
fourth inning. The winners came
from behind twice to gain the
victory, once in the third with
four tallies to gain a 6-3 lead and
again in the fourth after Michi-
gan Coop had scored four times
in the top half of the inning. A
homer by Bob Harper, four doub-
les and a walk highlighted the
Ramblers' big third inning.
Chuck Prue pitched Newman
Club to a 5-2 victory over the
Foul Balls. The victors netted all
five runs in the third inning 'on
a double, three singles and three
walks.

RifleShowI
An all-city rifle tournament will
be held Saturday from 8 a.m. to
10 a.m. at the Michigan ROTC
range to determine Ann Arbor's
most accurate sharpshooter.
Each entrant will fire in five
matches.
Students as well as permanent
Ann Arbor residents may enter
the tourney by appearing at the
range Saturday morning.

Four schools willclash in Ann
Arbor Saturday afternoon, April
23, in the first intercollegiate
weightlifting meet ever to be held
in the mid-west.
Competing for top honors will
be Michigan, Michigan State, the
University of Chicago, and Kent
State University.
KENT, a small Ohio school,
rules as favorite because of the
services of Pete George, Olympic
star, and world's Middleweight
Weightlifting Champion. Another.

Olympic scmsa t ion. Heavyweight
Champion Norbert Schemansky
of Detrcit. will perform between
the scheduled events.
The three standard Olympicy
lifts Cthe Press, Snatch, and
the Clean and Jerk) will be use..
The bar will be an official Olym-
pic revolving type barbell.
MICHIGAN'S team consists of
Don Carter, John McHugh, Frank
Szanto, and Charles Fuller. The
team needs a man for the "132 and
below" bodyweight cla s.

Fuller, acting squad captain,
thinks that a strong but light Ori-
ental student could fill the bill
perfectly. He asks that anyone in-
terested contact the Intramural
Building weightlifting depart-
mrent.
(Colleg Base all
NOTRE DAME 4 Ohio State 1
(called end of eighth, rain)
Indiana at Evansville postponed-
wet grounds (doubleheader to-
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hopes of retaining the softball
crown, and picking up points in
other sports. It's a close race, to
say the least.
* * *
PROFESSIONAL fraternity
softball got off to a good start as
five out of six scheduled games
were played Thursday.
Highlighting the opening day
play' was the excellent pitching
by Bill Daehler of the Phi Chii
team. Ile gave up but three hits
and struck out eight men as his
team edged Phi Rho Sigma, 3-1.
Delta Sigma Delta had a bat-
ting practice as they overwhelmed
Phi Epsilon Kappa, 21-1. The
other games were on the close
side, with. Tau Epsilon Rho beat-
ing Go Betweens 17-12, Alpha
Kappa Kappa over Phi Delta Ep-
silon 10-6, and Law Club "A"
whipping Phi Alpha Kappa 9-6.
Alpha Rho Chi forfeited to Phi
Delta Phi in the only game not
played.
FACULTY softball opens unof-
ficially today with the start of
practice.
Although there are only eight
teams listed in this year's league,
more teams are expected to' join
in the competition. The first fac-
ulty game of the season will not
take place for another week.

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