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THE M]iCHIGAN DAiLY

F~ RIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1949

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Independents
Hit Play-Offs
In GridLoop
With touch football finishing its
second round of play-offs and vol-
leyball getting under way, Inde-
pendent men had a full week of
intramural activities to keep them
busy.
The Hawaiians and the Mug-
wumps square away this after-
noon at Ferry Field to lead the
roster of teams battling their way
to the touch football champion-
ship.
s p. * * *
THE NEWMAN Club plays the
Hurricanes and the Foresters take
on the Michigan Co-operative
House in other games this after-
noon.
In second round games play-
ed earlier this week, the Baptist
Association made its bid for
honors by taking the Congre-
gational Disciples, 13-7, Naka-
mura Co-op dropped a close
one to the Mugwumps, 7-0, and
the Neversweats walked all over
the Eatons, 25-0.
Robert Owen Co-op began its
volleyball crown defense by knock-
ing off the Mites, 6-0. The Owen
House "A" team tied the Meal-
masters, 3-3.

Theta Chi, Phi Sigs Cop
Second Wins in Playoffs

Theta Chi and Phi Sigma Delta
continued their hot pursuit of the
fraternity touch football crown by
notching their second wins in
playoff competition.
Theta Chi showed a strong pass-
ing attack in defeating Delta
Eigma Phi 20-6. In the first play
from scrimmage the Delta Sigs
took to the air and scored on a
long pass play. Their try for the
extra point was unsuccessful.
ON THEIR first set of downs
Theta Chi marched the length of
the field, scoring on a pass over the
center to Bob Jomo. Bruce With-
erspoon added the extra point on
a similar pass play.
In the opening minutes of the
second half a long pass with Al
Noble on the receiving end ac-
counted for thie second, Theta
Chi tally. The attempted con-
version was unsuccessful.
John Witherspoon racked up the
last Theta Chi score on a reverse
from scrimmage. The extra point
came via the aerial route with
Jomo again on the receiving end.
PHI SIGMA DELTA scored a
14-12 victory over Sigma Chi in a
nip and tuck battle. Phi Sigma
Delta scored early in the first pe-
riod on a long pass from Bill

Blumenthal to Mike
successful conversion
seven point lead.
In the closing miz
half Paul Grubbs
Sigma Chi on anoth
but the unsuccessf
for the extra point g
ma Delta a 7-6 l
time.

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gave them a
nutes of the
tallied for
er long pass
ful attempt
ave Phi Sig-
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Midway in the second half Bill
Blumenthal broke away from
scrimmage and walked a tight rope
down the sideline for another Phi
Sigma Delta touchdown. The sec-
ond conversion was also gooq.
THE SIGMA CHI'S took to the
air, Grubbs again scoring on a
long aerial. For the second time
they were unable to score the point
after touchdown.
The Sigma Chis threatened in
the closing seconds of the game
twice penetrating to the Phi
Sigma Delta 1 yard line but
both times they lost the ball on
downs.
The semi-finals of the first place
playoffs will be held next Tuesday
with Chi Psi meeting Phi Sigma
Delta and Theta Chi taking on
SAM.
* * *
IN THE SECOND place playoffs
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Phi Sig-
ma continued their undefeated
record. SAE defeated Phi Kappa
Psi 32-0 while the Phi notched an-
other shutout win over Pi Lambda
Phi.
The third place play saw Kappa
Sigma take Tau Delta Phi 16-0,
ZBT shade Sigma Phi Epsilon
13-7, and Theta XI down Chi Phi.
13-6.
Theta Delta Chi defeated Trian-
gle 14-0 in the fourth place play-
offs, while Lambda Chi Alpha
topped Phi Kappa Tau 12-6.
I-M Sports
Roundup
Walter Luszki copped the grad-
uate tennis tourney by defeating
Paul Hansen, 6-1, 2-6, 6-2 in the
finals this week.
In the all-campus net finals to
be played soon Tom Osborne op-
poses Thorpe Lichtenberg.
Faculty volleyball teams start
action next week with 13 teams
competing. The teams are di-
vided into leagues of five and
eight teams. The Aero Engineers
are defending champions. Fac-
ulty bowling also starts action
soon.
* * *
Bill Tomko, graduate assistant
in charge of independent intra-
murals announced that there are
still openings for three volleyball
teams in the Independent division.
Co-Recreational night, weekly
feature of the Intramural Depart-
ment, is planned for tonight from
7:30 to 10:30 at the Sports Build-
ing.

Hayden Nabs
Lead in Dorm
Grid League
Plenty of action, including dual
victories by Adams, Hayden House,
Greene, and Tyler, and a general
shifting in the standings took
place as the dormitory teams
fought through their fourth week
of competition.
By virtue of its two victories,
Hayden House took over undis-,
puted lead of League A with a 3-
0 mark. Monday they swamped
Anderson House 28-6 as Mal Rob-
ertson ran wild. He tallied three
touchdowns and was aided by Wen
Vander Klipp who tallied one.
HAYDEN'S SECOND victory
found them edging out a fighting
Winchell squad 6-0 through the
effort of Wen Vander Klipp, who
scored the only marker of the
game.
Adams House advanced to sec-
ond place in League C with their
two conquests. Monday Adams
edged Cooley 8-7 by virtue of a
safety.
Wednesday Adams roughed up
Allen Rumsey by a 20-0 score.
Chuck Van Dusen, who has been
bearing the brunt of Adams scor-
ing attack, went over for two
touchdowns.
* * *
TYLER ALSO moved into sec-
ond place by winning twice. Their
first win was a 12-0 forfeit victory
over Hinsdale. Wednesday they
had a rougher time, as Anderson
held them to a 1-0 victory.
Greene House maintained its
leadership in League C with a
12-0 win over Prescott House.
Added insurance for the lead

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