THE IVIICHIIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1949 -
Delta Upsilon Cops Track Title' _ k L jLU M
UT. Y, Ot(R1, 4S
Betas, Phi Gams Trail Victors;
Coates Tops Hih alumin Mark
r eature rirst-
Delta Upsilon copp
Game Intramural champion
Orl11 ~ lleS season yesterday afte
Dmg to victory in the
li Track Meet at Ferry
Williams Scores TheDU's combine
two seconds, two thin
Impressive Win1 - tie for fourth to a
points. Beta Theta Fi
champions, squeezed p
Six of the eight games played Gamma Deltas to i
were decided by one touchdown or place with 11 point
less as the Residence Halls got off Gams finished third
to a slam bang start in the quest markers.
for the I-M football champion- TOM COATES,
ship. point-getter, turnedi
However, Williams House, last standing individualr
1 -- - -7 . I- . .. ,,,
_ ,_. -
ed the first
ship of the
d two firsts,
ds, and one
past the Phi
s. The Phi
in the out-
year's dormitory champ in touch-
football, served notice that they t
are going to be rough and willing PointaTotals
again this year as they swamped
a determined Vaughan team 21-0.
1-Delta Upsilon, 20 ; 2-
THE ONLY OTHER one-sided Beta Theta Pi, 11; 3-Phi Gam-
game found Fletcher Hall ma Delta, 10; 4-Phi Kappa
trimming Strauss House by a 14-2 psi, 7 ; 5-Chi Psi, 7; 6-Sig-
count. ma Phi Epsilon and Zeta Beta
Tight defense featured the Tau tied with 6; 8-Kappa Sig-
other six contests. This was es- ma, 5; 9-Theta Chi, Alpha
pecially true in the Prescott- Sigma Phi, and Alpha Tau
Cooley tussle, as the Prescott Omega tied with 5; 12-Theta
defense actually won the game X, 4; 13-Zeta Psi, Sigma
with a safety to make the final Alpha Epsilon, Phi Sigma Kap-
score2-0. pa, and Delta Sigma Phi all tied
with 3; 17-Acacia and Phi
Lloyd House, the Residence Hall Delta Theta tied with 2; 19-
champ in IM sports last year, Sigma Chi, 14; and 20-Phi
tasted bitter defeat in their first Kappa Ta and Sigma Alpha
outing this year as a fighting Mu tied with 1 point.
Michigan House team downed
them, 6-0. The Winchell-Tyler of the afternoon as he took first
battle ended in the same 6-0 score, place in the high jump with a rec-
with Tyler on top. ord shattering leap of five feet 11
CHICAGO HOUSE and Wenley
Housep ut on a spirited West Quad Independent'
game, with the Wenleyites winning
12-6. In a strictly East QuadF
battle, the Anderson House team
edged Hinsdale House 7-0.
The last game on the schedule lInitial Play
found Greene House, perenially
high in I-M standing, down Allen-
Rumsey 7-0. Greene finished sec- Rain failed to keep campus in-
ond in the touch league last year dependents from getting their first
bowing to Williams in the final licks at touch football last week
test. as games in all four leagues of
the independent section were
Vern Terpstra and Bob LeClair
Continuous from I P.M. paced the scoring in last week's
activities, each counting two six-
fJr pointers. Terpstra tallied twice
to lead his Michigan Christian
Fellowship squad to a 12-6 vic-
Today and Saturday - tory over the Neversweats. LeClair
crossed the goalline twice as the
K Lutheran Student Association
°FILMED edged the Baptist Association, 12-
IN THE 7, in League Five.
FORBIDDEN * * *
N KEN POCOCKI and George
MOROCCO! Hacket each accounted for a TD
but Pococki's Hurricanes managed
a safety at the expense of Hack-
et's Mites to win a League III
Ed Young and Mal Campbell
notched one six-pointed apiece
as the Foresters trounced the
Hawaiians 12-2 in League Four.
There were two forfeits marring
eatung 7 0the week's schedule. The Wolves
AKIM min League One forfeited to the
TAXIROFF Newman Club, last year's Indepen-
MARIERN dent champions, and IAS got a
WINDSOR ftErASW free win from the Progressives.
John Litel ON Both scores were recorded as 12-0.
ART*IST S "
EARL RISKEY, Director of the
Also Intramural Department issued a
"BEST OF BREED" call yesterday to all those who
desire to participate in the 114
Candid Microphone program but could not find a
_________place on a house or organization
LATEST NEWS team.
Riskey pointed out that regard-
Coi $u aless of affiliation or residence any-
- Coming Suday - one can submit his name to the
FRED MacMURRAY intramural department and be
placed on an independent team
"FATHER WAS which will be organized by the
department. Students may also
FU L BACK" organize their own unattached
teams and participate in the inde-
pendent section, Riskey said.
l& Ju* Cf ee Akp
inches. The former mark estab-
lished in 1942 was 5'10."
Gerry Olsen and Bud Reeme
scored first places for the DU's
in the 65 yard high hurdles and
the shot put, respectively. Olsen
snared first in the hurdles in
9.6 while Reeme who also tied
for fourth in the broad jump
heaved the shot 39 feet 3-4
Bill Connolly, Tom Sparrow,
Bud Ely, and Don Ainslie were the
other point winners for the DU
FEATURE RACE of the day was
the 100 yard dash won by Jim
Deboer of Betas. Deboer hung on
to nip Norm Weinberger of Zeta
Beta Tau in 11.4 seconds.
Al Noble of Theta Chi
skimmed over the low hurdles
ahead of the field and won the
65 yard event in 8.6.
George Allen and Tom Hendry
paced the Phi Gams with frst
places in the 880 and pole vault,
respectively. Allen captured the
half mile by beating Connolly of
DU with a closing rush.
Ross Phalzgraf, Sigma Phi Ep-
silon won the 440; Herb Neuman,
Alpha Sigma Phi took the mile
run; and Howie Smith, Phi Kappa
Psi finished first in the broad
100 yard dash: 1-Deboer, Betas;
2-Weinberger, ZBT; 3-Johnson,
Zeta Psi; 4-Begrow, Theta Xi.
65 yard high hurdles: 1-Olsen,
DU; 2-Hiles, Theta Xi; 3-Hinck-
ley, SAE; 4-Eden, Sigma Phi Ep-
silon. Time: 9.6.
65 yard low hurdles: 1-Noble,
Theta Chi; 2-Roberts, Kappa Sig-
ma; 3-Hallett, Phi Kappa Psi;
4-Weeting, Betas. Time: 8.6.
440 yard dash: 1-Phalzgraf,
Sigma Phi Epsilon; 2-Sparrow,
DU; 3-Foote, Kappa Sigma; 4-
Richter, Zeta Psi. Time: 58.7.
880 yard run: 1-Allen, Phi
Gams; 2-Connolly, DU; 3-Wynn,
Acacia; 4-sborne, Chi Psi. Time:
Mile Run: 1-Neuman, Alpha
Sigma Phi; 2-Iverson, Phi Sigma
Kappa; 3-Ely, DU; 4-Watson,
Sigma Chi. Time: 5:12.3.
Pole Vault: 1-Hendry, Phi
Gams; 2-Hamper, Chi Psi; 3-
Ainslie, DU; 4-Silberberg, Kappa
Sigma; Eyster, Phi Kappa Tau,
Michalson, Sigma Alpha Mu; and
Heathcott, Sigma Chi all tied.
Height: 9 ft. 9 in.
Broad Jump: 1-Smith, Phi
Kappa Psi; 2-Weinberger, ZBT;
3-Klap, Betas; 4-Reiks, Delta
Sigma Phi. Distance: 18 ft. 11%
High Jump: 1-Coates, ATO;
2-Deremo, Chi Psi; 3-Crane,
Delta Sigma Phi; 4-Kistler, Phi
Gams; Reeme, DU; Smith, Phi
Kappa Psi; and Shanahan, Theta
Xi all tied. Height: 5 ft. 11 in.
Shot Put: 1-Reeme, DU; 2-
Klap, Betas; Strauss, Phi Delts;
4-Swanson, SAE. Distance: 39
ft. 3/4 in.
As Betas Top
Twelve fraternities still boast
undefeated records in Intramural
touch football play.
Phi Delta Theta, last year's
touch football champions, turned
in an impressive 34-0 victory over
Alpha Epsilon Pi. The Phi Delt
powerhouse was offered little op-
position and scored almost at will.
ON TUESDAY Alpha Delta Phi
preserved their perfect season by
defeating Sigma Nu, 8-0. Previous-
ly, they had beaten Delta Tau
Deadline for entries for In-
dependent Track Meet next
Thursday, is next Wednesday.
Health cards must be turned in
to I-M office for competitors.
Team members are not eligible
to compete until these cards are
Delta, 19-6. Theta Chi also kept
in the win column by defeating
Kappa Nu, 12-0. It was the second
straight defeat for Kappa Nu.
Sigma Phi and Delta Sigma
Phi also stayed in the running
for the championship by de-
feating Lambda Chi Alph and
Theta Xi. Sigma Phi beat the
previously undefeated Lambda
Chis 14-0, while Delta Sigma Phi
was notching a 12-0 victory
over Theta Xi.
Tuesday's play was also marked
by two scoreless ties which were
played off in overtime. Phi Kappa
Psi outgained Zeta Beta Tau to
notch a 1-0 overtime victory, while
Trigon outrushed Chi Phi for
another 1-0 overtime decision.
PHI SIGMA DELTA routed Tau
Kappa Epsilon 27-0, and Delta
Tau Delta scored another one-
sided 20-0 victory over Triangle.
Phi Sigma Kappa gained a forfeit
victory over Phi Gamma Delta.
On Wednesday Sigma -Chi
mixed a fine running and pass-
ing attack to down the Theta
Delts 18-7. Beta Theta Pi, last
year's runner-up team, kept
their record, unblemished with
a 20-0 victory over Kappa
An undefeated Pi Lamda Phi
squad routed Phi Kappa Tau 27-0,
while Alpha Tau Omego, also de-
fending a perfect record nosed out
Delta Chi 6-0.
* * *
SIGMA ALPHA MU kept in the
race by winning a close one from
Phi Kappa Sigma 7-6. Psi Upsilon
kept their record clean by a 12-0
win from Zeta Psi.
Chi Psi the only other unde-
feated team scored an easy 20-0
victory over Delta Upsilon. The
Chi Psi's defeated Acacia by
the same score last week.
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1949 PLYMOUTH DeLUXE-4 door sedan
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men's zipper galoshes, $3.33. Open 'til
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MAN'S ENGLISH Overcoat. Size 40,
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"A Way to Secure World Peace"
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