THE MICHIGAN DAILY
rRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18,
Dorms, Fraternities Complete Second
Interfraternity Cagers End
Second Round Competition
SAE, Chi Psi, Lambda Chi Alpha, Sigma Chi,,
PLP, Beta Theta Pi in Lopsided Victories
Close Games Residence Hall 'A' Quintets
Fought by Move Toward Final Stage
Second round tussles in the In-
terfraternity Basketball League
were played Tuesday and Wednes-
day nights at the Intramural
Building, and third and final
rounds of league play will be fin-
ished by next weekend.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon trounced
Phi Kappa Sigma, 55-27. The
score at halftime was 27-14. Tom
Clark paced the SAE's with 16
points, while John Gregory tal-
lied 14 for the losers. Delta Tau
Delta nosed out Chi Phi in a tight
contest, 23-19. The score at the
half was 10-6; Bill Ohlenroth led
the Delts with 10 counters.
DELTA KAPPA Epsilon poured
it on Delta Chi, 38-7. The count
at the rest period was 14-0; Bill
Cashbaugh sparked DKE with 15.
Lambda Chi Alpha whipped
Phi Sigma Kappa, 45-12. At the
half the score was 24-6; Jerry
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Wingeart picked up 19 markers
for Lambda Chi.
Beta Theta Pi trampled Phi
Sigma Delta, 63-19. 26-11 was the
score at halftime with Hank Steck
and Wayne Morse each tallying
22 points and Hal Herrington add-
ing 14 for the Betas.
ALPHA DELTA Phi nipped Al-
pha Tau Omega, 22-21, in a close
battle. The Alpha Delts led at the
midway mark, 12-10, as Harry
Bump netted 10 points.
Chi Psi triumphed, 44-16, over
Theta Delta Chi. The score at
4the half was 26-11; Bud De-
remo, Don MacKay, and Fred
Pickard had 14, 11, and 10
points, respectively, for the win-
Phi Kappa Tau garnered 35
points while Kappa Sigma only
managed to collect 19. After two
quarters it was 18-6; Ralph Ma-
grunt and John Linville scored 14
and 11 points, respectively, for the
ZETA PSI trampled Omega Phi
Psi, 36-14, as they had a halftime
lead of 22-4. Dorr Grover sparked
the Zetes with 16 tallies; John
Case added 11.
Sigma Phi downed Sigma Al-
pha Mu by a score of 25-14 The
count at the rest period was
12-6; Dick Fletcher starred for
the winners with 13 counters.
Phi Gamma Delta edged Tau
Kappa Epsilon, 37-36, in a thriller.
The Phi Gams were ahead at the
half, 20-16; Jim Ebersule hooped
10 for the Phi Gams, but John
Karcis and Bob Currie went down
valiantly in a losing effort, scoring
10 points each.
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SIGMA CHI ran over Tau Delta
Phi to the tune of 58-11. The score
at halftime was 23-6, as Winn
Taplin paced the Sigma Chis with
22 markers; Don Souchek added
Sigma Phi Epsilon won over
Delta Upsilon, 28-21; the score
after two quarters was tied at 13
Theta Chi beat Trigon, 45-17,
as Chuck Lewis picloed up 18
points. The halftime count was
Theta Xi defeated Alpha Sigma
Phi, 27-21, although Alpha Sigs
led halfway through the contest,
Pi Lambda Phi picked up 51
points against Triangle, who only
managed to collect 29 in a losing
effort. Lou Jaffe, Sid Amster, and
Al Ferestien led the Pi Lamb's of-
fense with 15, 14, and 10 markers,
Interfraternity Paddleball start-
ed this last week with four match-
es being played Tuesday night.
In the opening round tussles,
Sigma Phi whitewashed Delta
Chi, 3-0, Phi Gamma Delta ac-
complished the same thing with
Pi Lambda Phi, and Sigma Alpha
Epsilon won with an identical
score over Delta Tau Delta. Sigma
Chi nosed out Alpha Tau Omega,
Zeta Psi moved into the final'
of the fraternity water polo tour-
nament by downing Kappa Sig-
ma, 6-1, Wednesday night at the
I-M Building. The other finalist
will be determined Monday night
when Phi Kappa Psi tangles with
Phi Gamma Delta.
The "B" team basketball race
moved into the deciding stages as
several nip and tuck games were
played last Saturday at the Intra-
Delta'Kappa Epsilon nosed out
Theta Chi 20-15, Alpha Tau
Omega blasted Zeta Beta Tau 36-
13 and Sigma Chi took Phi Sigma
Delta into camp by a score of 31-
Alpha Sigma Phi downed Sigma
Nu 33-20, Phi Gamma Delta eked
by Phi Kappa Psi 24-20 and Phi
Sigma Kappa defeated Trigon 20-
Phi Delta Theta ripped off the
highest score of the afternoon by
soundly thrashing Theta Xi 56-20.
Chi Psi bested Sigma Alpha Mu
19-18, Sigma Phi Epsilon spilled
Delta Upsilon 23-12 and Lambda
Chi Alpha dumped Phi Kappa
In other tilts, Phi Kappa Tau
slipped by Theta Delta Chi 22-20,
Alpha Delta Phi blasted Acacia
30-17 and Beta Theta Pi outscored
Zeta Psi 26-16.
In games of this week, Lambda
Chi Alpha nosed out Delta Up-
silon 21-20, and Delta Tau Delta
trampled Kappa Sigma 28-19.
Residence Hall "A" league bas-
ketball moves into the final half'sf
play next week after the comple-
tion of second round games Mon-
day night at the Intramural
Hayden and Winchell Houses
stayed neck and neck in the
league 1 race with Hayden trim-
ming Strauss House, 37-26, and
Winchell edging Chicago House,
29-27. Winchell lost an 18-12 half
time lead but came back to win.
Chicago's Ed Storey paced the
scoring with 11 points. Bruce
Vanderklipp led in the Hayden-
Strauss scrap with 15 counters.
ANDERSON HOUSE moved out
in front of the league 2 loop by
drubbing Fletcher Hall, 45-34. Bill
Brenton and Al Rotsko, both of
Fletcher, paced the scoring with
16 and 12 points.
In another league 2 battle
Greene House trounced Allen'
Rumsey 47-23, with Greene's
Bill Baker approaching the
dorm scoring record with-; 14
field goals for 28 points.
Lloyd and Wenley Houses
stayed even in the leaguer 3 title
fight. After being deadlocked 19-
19 at the half, Lloyd's second
stanza surge carried them to a 43-
41 win. Steve Annis led.
WENLEY EDGED Tyler House,
25-18, in a low scoring game, for
their second straight win.
In the league 4 battle, Vaughn
House, last year's champs, con-
tinued to dominate with a 41-20
win over Cooley House. Al Jokela
racked up 16 for the winners.
Adams House broke into the win
column by upsetting Michigan
House, 34-30. Walt Noon scored 16
points for the winners.
The Interfraternity bowling
pace quickened last Sunday as 18
teams swung into action.
Delta Tau Delta defeated Phi
Sigma Kappa, Kappa Sigma edged
Trigon and Phi Kappa Tau out-
pinned Delta Sigma Phi.
Also joining the winners circle
were Sigma Nu, victor over Chi
Phi, Sigma Chi winner over Zeta
Psi, and Sigma Alpha Mu who
took the measure of Phi Kappa
Completing the list of winners,
Zeta Beta Tau blasted Acacia,
Phi Psis Set
Phi Kappa Psi set a new high
scoring mark in the Interfrater-
nity basketball league Tuesday
night at the Intramural building
by racking up the phenomenal to-
tal of 112 points in a regulation
In walloping Kappa Nu, 112-9,
six Phi Psis figured prominently
in the scoring. Lou LaPierre paced
the winners with 32 points on 16
field goals, while Quent Sickels
and Howard Smith had 20 apiece,
Gene Estes had 18 and Howard
Krull and Jerry Sullivan each
added 10. The score at halftime
The previous record was held by
Phi Rho' Sigma during the 1945-
1946 season when they vanquished
Phi Chi, 111-22. LaPierre almost
' roke the inlividual basketball
scoring mark, but the records
show that this mark is held by aI
player named Reynolds, who split
Wenley Keglers in Hot Fight
For 'B' Team Bowling Title
Wenley House proved to be
more than just a serious contend-
er for the residence hall athletic
championship by leading all other
qualifiers in last night's "B"
League bowling contests.
THE WEST QUAD team won
easily, turning in a total effort
of 2296. Top performers for Wen-
ley were Bill Neely with a two
game series of 506 and 200, and
Bob Royal with a robust 512.
Williams House, currently
leading in the close residence
hall race, were a not-too-dis-
tant second. The Williams keg-
lers earned 2255 pins, and a
firm grasp on second position.
Third was Lloyd House, the
other member of the current "Big
Three", with a 2240 effort. Cooley
with 2204 and Michigan with 2193
took down fourth and fifth places
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Theta Chi nipped Kappa Nu and the twine with 38 points on 18
Pi Lambda Phi triumphed over buckets and two free throws in
Chi Psi. that game.
flEAD T HE CLASSIFIEDS
Personals? Transportation? Sales? Housing? Lhlssifieds solve your problems!
Regular $11.95 Now $8.95
Just West of Hill Auditorium
1938 PLYMOUTH convertible, new tires
and battery, good running condition.
Priced reasonably $325. Ph, Jack
5-740. ) 38
TWO TICKETS to Heifetz concert. Call
MICROSCOPE for sale. B&L new model
with 3 objectives. Phone 2-9143 after
5:00 P.M. )32
TAILS, 38-long, vest & ties, reasonable.
Wally Teninga, 9400. ) 33
1948 Four Door Chrysler New Yorker,
Low mileage, radio and heater. Also
1947 Plymouth DeLuxi, four door,
radio and heater. Call Bob Kreill.
ALMOST new Zenith table model radio-
victrola with changer. 1/3 off. Tom
Ford Law Club. )31
FOR SALE--Brown overcoat, exception-
al value, size 37, roomy. Also tuxedo
and extra trousers, size 37. Reason-
ably priced. Call 8250 evenings around
6:00. ) 22
1933 FORD coupe, rebuilt, four good
tires, excellent transportation. Call
Jln Black, 2..3236. )27
RECORDS (Classical) from private col-
lection. Condition like new. Several
good items withdrawn from domestic
catalogs. Prices 20 to 40% off current
retail. H. C. Schwartz, tel. 2-9642 (12
to 2 or 8 to 11 p.m.) ) 29.
MAKE MONEY raising Chinchillas.
Breeding age young pair $850, proven
Ebreeders $1200. Can arrange for
raniching them, or can be raised at
home. Phone 24591, Room 220, Greene
BABY Parakeets and Canaries. Bird
supplies and cages. Moderate prices,
562 S. Seventh. Phong 5330. )4
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY -- Taxicab
and license for sale. Call 2-3426. )18
RIGHT FOR RUSHING
That's our smooth-looking crepe
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COUSINS ON STATE STREET
Lucky You-Proportional Skirts
Small - Medium .- Large
Grand Color selection---only $7.95
the ELIZABETl DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street )2
LEICA 3 C CAMERA, F-2 Stunmitar K-2
filter. Like new condition. Best offer.
Strong. 1443 Washtenaw, Ph. 2-0549.
SPECIAL introductory offer. By pub-
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Newstand value $1.75. Brauff Agency,
1257 Sudbury W.R.V. )40
MICROSCOPE-Japanese field micro-
scope. Folds in two. 2," x 5" x 7"
carrier. Equipped with planascopic
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Definition. Bargain. $100. Ph. 2-1749.
5%-room apartment and bath, first
floor, unfurnished. $125 per month,
utilities furnished. No children.
Phone 6415. )5F
FLY HOME Spring Vacation - Round
trip to New York City. Chartered. An.
Airlines 54 Pass. Pl. Reduced rates.
Ph. Art Richards, 2-6146, 927 Forest.
Reservations must be in Sat. Feb. 26.
ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOMMATE left school. Need male
student; to share pleasant room.
(Hollywood beds) with use of tle
shower and bath. 31z blocks from
campus. $6 per week. Call 5750. )26R
DOUBLE room available for 2 male
students. Inquire after 4 at 1006
ROOMS for Male Students, near Cam-
pus. Phone 4422. C. E. Perrine. )26R
QUIET ROOM for Graduate Student or
interne close to St. Joseph Hospital
and Rlackhain Bldg. 309 N. Ingalls.
Call after 6 p.m. )25R
FOR MEN-Near campus. Linen and
maid service. $24 month. 802 Oakland.
Ph. House Manager, 4183. )21R
LIVING QUARTERS for 4 gentlemen
students. Inner springs mattresses.
Excellent location Ph. 5068. )29R
Desirable' t'wty-furnished's'ing-e room
for male student. Adjacent to camp-
us. Call 6466 after 6 p.m. )28R
LOST AND FOUND
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FOLLOWING WERE Prescott
with a score of 2152, Chicago with
2120, Vaughan with 2118, ins-
dale with 2111, Strauss with 2048
(incidently Bill Gersen of Strauss
rolled a solid 512), and Tyler with
Bowling looms large as afactor
in the dorm race as the first three
qualifiers are within a few points
of each other in the very close
year title fight.
Entries are still being taken
for the all - campus boxing
show that highlights the an-
nual I - M "Open House,"
March 23. The participants
may weigh between 118 and
195 pounds. The preliminaries
will begin March 12. All per-
sons entering must work out at
least five times to qualify.
LOST-Benrus wrist watch, lady's, with
Speidel band. Reward. Phone 2-3839.
[OR INFORMATION leading to recov-
ery of lost tan leather brief case from
back end of taxi on February 3. Con-
tains valuable papers and other arti-
cles necessary to owner. Call Don
Lamm, 2-3144. ) 32L
LOST-Brown pigskin gloves, Mon. in
Meal Mart. 2-1405 - Lillian. ) 30L
LOST-Last week, pink plastic framed
glasses in brown case. Inquire at
Daily office, Box 177. Reward. )28L
FOUND - Lady's Hampden watch in
Chester Roberts Gift Shop near the
Valentines. Ph. Ronnie 2-0646. )15L
LOST - Gold identification bracelet
with initials V M L-vicinity of N.
University and Administration Bldg.
Feb. 11. Call 31511 Ex. 354 or 5846. )39L
$10 REWARD for black zipper case
containing music, taken from League
Feb. 15. If only interested in case;
please return the contents Ph. 7015.
RETRADE on light gray top-coats. Lost
mine in Physics on Tuesday. Kraft.
Call 2-0549. )35L
LOST-Pair pink shell rimmed glasses
in black case. Please call 2-3159.
(Lost between Bus. Ad. Bldg. and
1503 Washtenaw.) )36L
LOST-Sun. evening near Deli Ct.,
Willow Village. Black and brown an-
gora tortoise shell cat. Weighs 15 lbs.
Named Spook. $5 reward for appre-
hension and return. 1409 Dell Ct.
WANTED TO RENT
SINGLE ROOM with shower for male
student. Near campus. Write Box 179,
Michigan Daily. )1W
SOCIAL CHAIRMEN: The Mack Fergu-
sonTrio is now booking spring dates.
Leave calls at 2-4183. )13P
SHIP 'N SHORE tailored blouses as
advertised in Life. Many new colors,
stripes and plaids from which to
choos 'Sanforized 32to.38 $2.98.
Randall's Specialty Shop. 306 S.
SALESLADIES. Experienced. Suits,
Coats, and dresses. Full or part time.
Dixie Shops, 224 S. Main. )7H
FEMALE-Stenographer-Typist or dic-
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dobwntown, Anu Arbor. Please do not
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future. Apply by letter, own hand-
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CARRIERS for The Michigan Daily at
Willow Run Village. Contact Mr.
May, 1209 Springfield Ct., Willow Vil-
LAW STUDENT CARTOONIST wanted
to draw cartoons on the general
fields of Torts, Contracts, Crimes,
Conflicts, etc. Submit sample cartoon
on one of these fields to Box 175,
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ALTERATIONS on women's garments.
Tel. 2-2678, 410 Observatory. A.
LAUNDRY - Washing and or ironing.
Done in my home. Free pickup and
delivery. Phone 29020. )2B
Prices Reasonable 22020
CUSTOM CLOTHES. Restyling. Alter-
ations. Prompt service on all altera-
tions. Hildegarde Shoppe. 109 E.
Washington. Phone 2-4669. )4B
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SERVICE CO.
1116 S. University 2-9409
Fireplace or furnace, phone 4575. )12B
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