MAY 13, 1949
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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FraternitySoftball Enters Semi-Finals
Williams House and Hayden
House won their league champion-
ships in last Monday's feature
Residence Hall contests.
Strauss House and Adams House
copped championships in their re-
spective leagues earlier. The play-
offs are slated to begin soon.
THE HARD-HITTING Williams
nine used ten hits to run up a
9-2 victory over Vaughan House.
Johnny Pielemeier handled the
pitching chores for the victors.
Hayden had more trouble dis-
posing of a stubborn Michigan
House crew, 4-3. Both teams
scored all of their runs in the
Highlight of the game was the
pitching duel between Hayden's
Johnny Biery and Bruce Agee of
Michigan. Agee gave up nine hits,
while Biery only allowed three;
however, Agee seemed to be able
to come through at most of the
In a free-hitting game, Lloyd
Houseadisposed of Strauss House,
Although behind 6-0 at the end
of the first two innings, Hinsdale
House staged a belated comeback,
and beat Allen-Rumsey House, 9-
Phi Dells, A lpha Sigs Vie
For Title Playof f Berth
The semi-finals of the frater-
nity softball playoffs will be staged
next Tuesday and Wednesday af-
In the upper bracket, Phi Delta
Theta will oppose Alpha Sigma Phi
in a game which pits good pitching
and fair hitting against power.
In the lower bracket, Bob
Schmidt's Sigma Phi Epsilon will
tangle wtih Dick Hadler's Sigma
THE PHI DELTS battled their
way into the semis with a 10-6
win over Theta Chi in the quarter
finals. Bob Vernier held the oppo-
sition in check in all but the fifth
inning when he was touched for
five big runs. However, the winners
had already sewed up the game in
the early innings.
Alpha Sigma Phi gained its
right for a shot at the cham-
pionship with a loosely-played
13-8 win over Zeta Psi.
Sigma Phi Epsilon once again
benefitted from the excellent
pitching of Bob Schmidt and
gained a 5-1 verdict over Sigma
* * *
THE PRESENCE of a pitcher
who had already tossed twotno-
hitters undoubtedly worried the
losers who played creditable ball
Sigma Chi's smashing 17-0
win over Alpha Phi Alpha was
highlighted by the stellar pitch-
ing of Dick Hadler and two long
It was Dick's second consecu-
tive shutout, having notched a no-
hitter against Sigma Alpha Epsilon
last week. Nathan Van Osdol and
Doug Ferguson supplied the home
THE CLASH between Sigma Phi
Epsilon and Sigma Chi will be
interesting indeed. Both teams
have top notch pitching with Bob
Schmidt and Dick Hadler regarded
as two of the best pitchers who
have performed this year. Bob will
have to face the bats of a Sigma
Chi team which has scored 32
runs in its last two outings.
In other games of the week,
Phi Sigma Kappa took the
measure of Phi Sigma Delta, 5-3,
Chi Phi slaughtered Alpha Tau
Omega, 17-6, and Kappa Sigma
outscored Pi Lambda Phi, 13-11.
In the only other contests, Jerry
Wingeart pitched Lambda Chi
Alpha to a 6-2 win over Omega
Phi Psi and Phi Gamma Delta
ripped Theta Chi, 14-7.
DO YOU KNOW . .. that
when Northwestern's 6-ft. 4-in.
Bill Porter ran the hurdles in
the Olympics he weighed under
Newman Club, Rookies, Nine
Old Men, and Robert Owen ad-
vanced to the semi-finals of the
first place playoffs in the Inde-
pendent softball division.
Chuck Prue pitched the Newman
I Club to a 14-4 win over the Puffs
Wednesday afternoon as the
winners clinched the game with
eight runs in the top half of the
HENRY KLAUKE and Jim Foug
highlighted the big inning with
homers. Klauke led the batters
with a triple, double, and single
besides his home run, while Foug
added a single to his homer, and
Ed Norris, also of the winners,
contributed a triple and a single.
The Puffs scored all of their
runs in the fifth on three singles,
a home run, a base on balls, and
a Newman error.
The Rookies, with four runs in
the last of the fifth, subdued 'the
Foresters 7-5. The Rookies tallied
their runs in the fifth on three
singles, a triple, a walk, and two
Forester errors. Sam (Pudgy) Zan-
etti paced the Rookies with a
home run and a double, while Ken
Raybuck led the losers with two
singles and a double.
THE NINE OLD MEN scored
three runs in the last half of the
sixth to clinch their 6-3 victory
over Michigan Christian Fellow-
ship Monday afternoon.
Robert Owen had, no trouble
in beating the P.E.M.'s 8-4 Mon-
In the second place playoffs
the Bulldozers and the Owlers
gained forfeit victories over the
Ramblers and the Clippers, re-
spectively, Monday afternoon.
The Aeros advanced to the semi-
finals of the third place playoffs
as Ross Wills pitched a- one-hit
10-1 victory over the Progressives,
Wednesday afternoon. The Chan-
ticleers scored eight runs in the
third to gain a 12-7 victory over
Navy in another third place play-
off game played Wednesday.
In the fourth place playoffs St.
Mary's Chapel beat the Phys Eds
and Omega Deuteron took a for-
feit from the Foul Balls Monday.
Sixteen Golfers Qualify
For A ll-Ci pus Tourney
Earl Riskey, director of the In-
tramural Golf Tournament. has
announced the sixteen qualifiers
for the coveted All-Campus cham-
These men earned the right to
meet as a result of low scores reg-
istered in last Saturday's three
LOWEST CARD of the day
was turned in by Larry Shaw of
Sigma Phi Epsilon. Shaw covered
the course with a four-over-par
76, and helped his team earn a
co-championship in the thirty-
three team Fraternity Division.
Harvey Hubar of Phi Sigma
Delta and Ray Miller of the
Independents shot 77's. Hubar's
team was third in the Fraternity
Division, while Miller's won the
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With tennis and softball the
only sports unconcluded, SigmaI
Phi Epsilon leads the pack in the
race for the fraternity intramural
championship with 1435 points.
Beta Theta Pi is second to the
Sig.. Eps, with 1331 points while
Sigma Chi is third in the stand-
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi
Gamma Delta, and Phi Delta
Theta round out the first six. The
Sig Eps are in the semi-finals
of the softball playoffs and should
gain enough points to carry them
to the championship for the year.
Phi Epsilon Kappa 10, Law Club
Alpha Rho Chi forfeited to Phi
Law Club "A,' Phi Delta Chi 5.
Nu Sigma Nu 11, Alpha Omega
Alpha Kappa Kappa 11, Delta
Sigma Pi 10.
Go-Betweens 13, Phi Delta Ep-
Delta Sigma Delta 13, Alpha
Chi Sigma 2.
Phi Chi 6, Alpha Kappa Psi 5.
DO YOU KNOW,... Australia,
one of the greatest sports loving
countries in the world, indulges in
three distinct types of football.
independent Division with an
samazingly low four man team
total of 322.
Dave Space of the Indepen-.
dents. Gordon Kretchmar of Phi.
"Kappa. Psi,, Dick. Fletcher . of.
' Sigma Phi, and Delta Kappa Ep-.
*silon's Bill Cutler, recorded 78's..
* * *
, QUALIFYING WITH scores of
f79 were Norm Jackson of Phi Delta
Theta, and Sanford Cain of Hay-
Making the rounds in 80 were
Bruce Paxton of Kappa Sigma,
Alpha Tau Omega's Chuck Stin-
son, and Dick Aster of Hinsdale
The 81 scores were Jack Fors
and Tom Emergon, both playing
for Phi Gamma Delta.
Barely qualifying, with 82's, were
Dill Dietrich of the Newman Club
and Howie Slocum of the Inde-
Finals in thenResidence Hall
tennis tournament are set for
Tuesday afternoon at the Ferry
Competing for thec hampion-
ship will be Michigan House and
THE HAWAIIANS defeated
Robert Owen in the tennis play-
off s of the Independent division,
while Newman Club scored a vic-
tory over Omega Deuteron.
Michigan Christian Fellowship
and the Ramblers gained their
tennis victories by means of
forfeits over the Dodgers and
the Wonders, respectively.
A HOT Vaughan House aggre-
gation pitched themselves to a 2-
1 horseshoe win over Hayden
House Wednesday afternoon, and,
at the same time, annexed the
Residence Hall horseshoe cham-
By gaining victories in both
tennis and soccer, the Turks
marked themselves as the team
to beat this week in the Inter-
national Center League.
The men from east of Suez de-
feated the Indians, 2-1, in tennis
and outplayed the Arabs by a 4-0
margin on the soccer .front. In
other soccer games, the Latin-
Americans took the Chinese by
forfeit, and the Americans edged
the Indians, 2-1.
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