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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Dorm Hitters, Fraternity Hurlers Star

Independent Nines in Softball Playoff

Strauss Outlasts Chicago
In Fourth Round Battle
Strauss House squeezed out a double, and a home run in fou
close win last Monday, and three trips to the plate.
other Residence Hall teams won Hinsdale House handed An-
fourth round softball contests. derson House its third defeat
The Strauss nine was hard of the season by a 7-2 score.
pressed to drop Chicago House, Warren Gast, Hinsdale hurler
14-13. Strauss pitcher Walt Ship- pitched a two-hit game. Star per-
man, and pitcher Frank Hull of former, however, was rival pitcher

Pair of No-Hitters Mark
Opening Playoff Clashes

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Because of the IFC Dance,
the Intramural Building will be
closed today, Friday, May 6,
and tomorrow, Saturday, May
7.
-Earl Riskey.
Chicago, just stood by and stared
as both teams hit the "old apple"
for all it was worth.
*i * *
NINETEEN HITS for Strauss,
and thirteen runs scored in the
first two innings of play, got the
East Quadders off to a big early
lead. Top hitter of the day was
Norm O'Brien, Strauss left fielder,
who collected a walk, a single, a

Clyde Strasler who hit the only
home run of the game.
WITH RAY KENYON, once
again, successfully handling the
pitching chores,6Vaughan House
chalked up a 6-4 victory over
Allen-Rumsey House.
Rumsey, off to an early 3-2
lead, just could not manage to
hold on, and lost its third
straight game of the season.
Vaughan's winning runs did not
come until the final inning of
play.
Lloyd House used seven hits to
score eleven runs, and drop Mich-
igan House 11-12. Dick Smith,
and his Lloyd gang, handed Mich-
igan its first defeat of the sea-
son.

-Daily-Wally Barth
SWIMMER SERVES - Bernie
Kahn, backstroker on Matt
Mann's varsity squad, reaches
high to get a good serve off
against Pete Behrendt in the
All-campus Tennis Tourney be-
ing played on the Ferry Field
courts.

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I-M Net Play
Nears Climax
In Two .Loops
Michigan House beat Allen-
Rumsey House 2-1 to reach the
Residence Hall tennis finals, as
the Hayden House-Fletcher Hall
semifinals game still hangs fire.
Hayden defeated Williams House
2-1 on Tuesday. The day before
the Fletcher netmen blanked
Adams House 3-0.
THE MICHIGAN TEAM, favor-
ites to take the title, is composed
of Bruce Agee, Dick Waterstone,
and Stu Horwich.
In two professional fraternity
tennis matches played this week,
Delta Sigma Pi edged out Delta
Sigma Delta, 2-1, and Nu Sigma
Nu swamped Phi Alpha Kappa,
3-0. Alpha Chi Sigma forfeited
to Alpha Kappa Kappa, as did
Phi Rho Sigma to Law Club, and
Alpha Rho Chi to Phi Chi
Sigma.
In the International Center
League's initial tennis matches,
the Chinese defeated the Arabs,
3-0, and the Indians outplayed the
Philippines team with a well-bal-
anced squad, 3-0.

The fraternity softball playoffs
got underway this week, and the
spotlight was again on pitching.
Bob Schmidt of Sigma Phi Ep-
silon tossed his second no-hitter
of the season in shutting out Tau
Delta Phi, 13-0. Bob's first shut-
out of the season, incidentally, by
the same score, was recorded at
the expense of Sigma Phi.
* * *
DICK HADLER of Sigma Chi
not only pitched a no-hitter to
blank Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 15-0,
but also hit a home run himself.
The outcome of the tilt was never
in doubt after the first inning as
Sigma Chi scored at will.
Delta Kappa Epsilon handed
Sigma Phi a 5-3 defeat as Deke
Al Gutchess outpitched John
Learman of Sigma Phi. Second
baseman blasted out a long home
run to lead his Chi Phi mates
to a 6-2 win over Phi Kappa
Tau.
Pitcher Gene Derricotte led
Alpha Phi Alpha to a first place
playoff win over Chi Psi, 10-5.
Omega Phi Psi squeezed by Sigma
Nu, 10-8, in a free hitting con-
test.
DON SWANSON, Theta Chi,
seemed to be playing for the
Beta's rather than for his own
team in the battle for a quarter-
final berth. He committed a costly
I-M NEWS
The first foursome to take to
the links in Saturday's annual
Intramural Golf Tournament will
drive off at 7:30 sharp.
Earl Riskey, himself, will be on
hand to help send them off prop-
erly. Scheduled to compete in the
first match are Gordon Ironside
of Lambda Chi Alpha, Tom Whit-
tingham of Theta Delta Chi, Bob
Pierce of Psi Upsilon, and Bill
Cutler of Delta Kappa Epsilon.
Other matches will follow, re-
gardless of weather conditions,
every seven minutes of the day
until 4:30.
* * *
VAUGHAN HOUSE will battle
Tyler House, as Hayden House
fights Lloyd House for a berth in
the Residence Hall horseshoe
finals to be held Wednesday, May
11.
These teams earned the right
to meet in the semis by virtue of
third round wins this week.

error in the third. the inning in
which the Beta's scored all their
runs. Theta Chi went on to win,
however, 8-3, with the help of Bob
Jamo's two home runs.
Phi Sigma Delta checked Tri-
angle, 4-1, as Harvey Hubar,
third baseman, homered at just
the right time. Theta Xi con-
tinued its winning ways with a
11-2 verdict over Theta Delta
Chi.
Orlie Baird fashioned a neatly
pitched game as Trigon took the
measure of Alpha Delta Phi, 6-1.
Malcolm Brown crossed the plate
three times for the victors.
A late rally resulted in a 6-4
victory for Phi Kappa Psi over
Alpha Sigma Phi. Trailing 4-0,
the Phi Psi bats suddenly came
to life and the Alpha Sigs were
eliminated from further tourna-
ment play.

Nine Old Men. Foresters, Puffs,
Owlers, Phys. Eds., and Michigan
Christian Fellowship won their
respective leagues in the Inde-
pendent Softball Division with vic-
tories during the past week.
These six teams and Newman
Club, which clinched first place
in its league last week, will battle
fcr the softball championship in
the playoffs which start next
week.
* * *
THE NINE OLD MEN squeezed
by the Irish A.C. 3-2 last Friday
and then walloped the Chanti-
cleers 14-3 Monday to record their
third straight victory this season.
Wilbert McKeachie pitched both
games for the victors.
The Foresters won their
league despite a 9-3 defeat at
the hands of the Clippers Wed-
nesday. Dick Guth had prev-
iously pitched the Foresters to
an 11-0 victory over the 'Ha-
waiians last Friday.
The Puffs defeated the Bulldoz-
ers 4-2 Monday to clinch the
championship in its league as
Ivan Wallington pitched for the
winners. The Owlers subdued the

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Progressives, 13-2, Monday to take
first place in their league.
THE PHYS EDS. and Mich-
igan Christian Fellowship, the
other two league winners, clinched
their titles on Saturday. The Phys
Eds trounced The Michigan Daily,
11-2, and Michigan Christian Fel-
lowship had no trouble in defeat-
ing St. Mary's Chapel. 16-3.

In other gamrnes Wednesday af-
ternoon the BPulldozers beat the
Wonders, 7-1, and the Progressives
defeated Nakamura Coop, 12-4,
The Wonders gained a 16-6 vic-
tory over Omega Deuteron Mon-
day, while the Aeros and Irish
A.C. gained forfeit victories over
the Hawaiians and Phys. Eds., re-
spectively.

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