THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 1949
Theta Chi, Chi Psi Enter Finals__ ,0TJT4"I;'"I"
Robert Owen Co-operative
House and the Newman Club, de-
fending champions, take on the
Presbyterians and the Forresters
respectively today to determine
who will meet under the lights at
Wines Field next Tuesday night
for the Independent touch foot-
IAS meets the Michigan Co-
operative House and the Hawai-
ians play the Gammas in other
Facilities of the Sports Build-
ing will be closed today and to-
morrow, because of the Pan-
Hel Ball. Co-recreation Night,
a weekly feature of the I-M pro-
gram, has been postponed until
games today. Both of these games,
however, have no bearing on the
race for the Independent crown.
THE PRESBYTERIANS moved
into the final round of play-offs
by notching a forfeit victory at
the expense of the Gammas, 12-0.
The Forresters made their bid for
the finals with an impressive 26-0
win over the Michigan Co-opers.
The Newman Club, last year's
titlists, squeezed by the Hurri-
canes, 6-0, to assure themselves
of a place in the last round
In the other games played this
week the Mugwumps edged the
Hawaiians, 7-6, and the Lutherans
were one touchdown better than
the Gammas, 6-0.
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SAM, Phi Sig Beaten in I-M
Fraternity Semi-Final Games
Theta Chi and Chi Psi, still un-
defeated in fraternity play moved
one step closer to the fraternity
Touch Football intramural title
by winning their semi-final play-
off games this week.
Theta Chi defeated SAM 6-0 in
an overtime battle highlighted by
strong defensive play by both
teams. Each team threatened once
but at the end of the regular play-
ing time the game was still a
EARLY IN THE game a pass
from Milt Siegel to Morte Golde
on a sleeper play went for a touch-
down but was called back because
of an offensive holding penalty.
This was the only SAM scoring
threat allowed by the strong Theta
Late in the game the Theta
Chis penetrated deep into SAM
territory but the Sammies
stalled them on the ten yard
In the overtime period after
three passesvhad failed Theta Chi
shook Amato Contino loose for six
yards on an end run.
* * *
THE SAMMIES then took over
the ball but still were unable to
penetrate the Theta Chi defense.
The Theta Chis were awarded six
points for gaining the most yard-
age in the overtime play.
Chi Psi dumped Phi Sigma
Delta from the unbeaten ranks
by a narrow 7-2 margin. The
Chi Psi scoring thrust coming
early in the game.
On the second play of the game
Tom Osborne took the pass from
center and started to run wide, be-
fore he reached the line of scrim-
mage he lateralled back to Roy
Nelson who threw a long pass
McKAY TOOK the pass on the
P1j Sigma 20 yard line and went
over for the score. Nelson threw
a short pass toMcKay in the end
zone to put the Chi Psi's on the
long end of a 7-0 score.
Neither team threatened again
until the second half. In the
opening minutes of the second
period a Phi Sigma Delta pass
was good for a touchdown but
was calledkback because of an
A few plays later Phi Sigma
Delta again threatened this time
moving on a sustained drive which
carried to the Chi Psi 4 yard line.
ON THE NEXTplay Roy Nel-
son intercepted a pass in the end
zone to give Phi Sigma Delta a
safety. This was the last of the
scoring and the game ended in a
few minutes with the Chi Psi's on
the not too long end of a 7-2 score.
In the second place competi-
tion Delta Upsilon shaded SAE
7-6 and Psi U scored a 2-0 win
over Phi Sigma Kappa.
Phi Kappa Sigma routed Theta
Xi 25-6, while Kappa Sigma de-
feated ZBT 6-0 in the third place
* * *
IN THE FOURTH place division
an underdog Theta Delt squad un-
leashed a strong passing attack to
upset Sigma Pi 19-0. In the other
fourth place contest Lambda Chi
Alpha dropped Delta Chi 6-0.
Thechampionship game between
Theta Chi and Chi Psi will be held
Tuesday at 9:30 under the lights
at Wines Field.
After weeks of hectic play and
hard fought elimination games,
residence hall touch football com-
petition has been narrowed down
to two teams, defending champion
Williams House and Hayden
They will fight it out for the
championship at WinesrField
Tuesday night at 7:30 under the
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Dorms in Volleyball Action
Hayden House led the way as
residence houses volleyball teams
swung into a full slate of games
The athletic minded Hayden
House blanked Vaughn House by
a match score of 6-0 to establish
as a contender for~the volleyball
Three other teams exhibited
plenty of power and determina-
tion for the playoffs. Adams
House topped a weak Cooley
House team by a 5-1 margin.
Winchell beat Williams House,
and Michigan dropped Chicago
house by identical match scores.
Fletcher Hall topped Allen Rum-
sey, Wenley House defeated Tyler,
and Greene won over Hinsdale by
4-2 scores. In the only tie, Lloyd
and Prescott divided six matches.
Eleven volleyball games were
played by Independent teams this
week including five shutouts.
The Hawaiians took the Mich-
igan Coop, the Hurricanes
knocked off the Neversweats,
Mealmasters trounced the ASPA
Grads, and Robert Owen Coop
swamped the Wolves and The
Michigan Christian Fellowship,
all by identical 6-0 scores.
The Mites also marked up a
6-0 score by accepting a forfeit
from the Jayhawks.
In other games, Gammas beat
Lutherans, 5-1, Presbyterians
took the Congregational-Disci-
ples, 5-1 and the Foresters beat
the Eatons by the same score.
The Newman Club and the Big
Reds fought to a 3-3 tie and Na-
kamura Coop nosed out Hawaiians
F ra ternities
Action in the fraternity volley-
ball loop continued Wednesday
night with twelve teams com-
Triangle beat Phi Kappa Psi
5-1, Sigma Phi piled up the same
score in their defeat of Kappa
Nu, Theta Chi kept up with the
trend by also scoring a 5-1 vic-
tory over Delta Sigma Phi.
Phi Sigma Delta and Phi Lam-
da Phi battled evenly all evening
and wound up in a 3-3 tie, Theta
Xi scored the only shutout by de-
feating Phi Kappa Tau 6-0. Sigma
Nu racked up a 4-2 win over
Lamda Chi Alpha.
NEW HAVEN, Conn.-(VP)-Rob-
ert J. H. Kiphuth, Yale's 59-year-
old Athletic Director and one of
the world's greatest swimming
coaches, collapsed in the Payne
Whitney Gymnasium yesterday
afternoon while playing handball.
Taken to the New Haven Hos-
pital, Kiphuth was reported in
Kiphuth, who has been connect-
ed with water sports at Yale since
1914, and who succeeded Ogden
Miller as Athletic Director in
1946, has directed the last four
United States Olympic Swimming
Teams. His latest team, that of
'48, achieved an unprecedented
sweep of every event.
WILLIAMS HOUSE, the de-
fending champion, met its tough-
est assignment in the first place
semi-finals as a steamed up Wen-
ley House aggregation fought des-
perately until going down to a
6-0 defeat. Wenley's strong de-
fense kept all-dorm star, Bill Fan-
cett, to a scoreless performance
while allowing Al Leavitt to score
the only touchdown of the game.
Hayden House slammed into
the finals by roughing up last
year's runnerup, Greene House,
by a 21-7 score. Al English, who
has been leading Hayden's at-
tack all year, tallied two touch-
downs and a conversion. Rocky
Smith scored the other td for
the victors with Wen Vander
Klipp and Ted Majowski adding
John Jacuik made a touchdown
and a conversion, and Hal Ahlich
a safety to lead Greene's losing
effort in the other first place play-
* * *
ADAMS HOUSE powered its
way into the finals of second place
playoffs by blitzing Tyler House
by a 20-0 score. Showing the con-
tinual improvement that has found
them victorious in all games since
the defeat in the first game, Adams
coasted along all the way.
Chuck Van Dusen led the win-
ner's attack with a touchdown
and an extra point. Olaf Har-
oldson and Ron Wells added the
other touchdowns with Ed Hart
adding an extra point.
Michigan House joined Adams
in second place playoffs by de-
feating Fletcher Hall ,22-7. Bill
Nuffer was a thorn inFletcher
Hall's play all day, as he tallied
three touchdowns for the Michi-
gan House squad. John Kelleher
added a safety and Neil Duff and
Rus Kendall conversion for Mich-
igan. Al Rotsko scored Fletcher
Hall's lone touchdown, with Bill
Brenton adding a conversion.
VAUGHN HOUSE entered third
place finals with a 6-0 win over
Lloyd house. The game ended in
a 0-0 tie, and in the overtime
Vaughn made a plus yardage of
18 yards to be awarded a touch-
down and the winning margin.
Winchell House won the other
third place berth with a 13-6
win over Cooley House. Rod
Minner and Deil Wright scored
touchdowns for the winners with
Tom Fabian adding a conver-
sion. Milton Eaton went over
for Cooley's only score.
In fourth place playoffs Allen
Rumsey topped Anderson 14-6,
and Chicago blanked Strauss 12-0.
JohnNagle scored twice for Allen
Rumsey with Eli Levine making
one marker for Anderson. Matt
Fleischman and Ed Story went
over for Chicago House tallies.
George Allen, Phi Gamma Del-
ta, winner of the Fraternity Cross
Country meet, added another title
to his laurels yesterday as he won
the All-Campus Cross Country
crown in 12:14.5. Ken-Babcock of
Wenley finished second.
The Chinese, Arabs, and Turks
are leading the International
Center soccer league with two
victories each. The Turks have
wonsthe crown for the past two
This Tuesday eight dual fra-
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held in the IM Buildingpool.
In the first group which start
at 7:30 Theta Chi will oppose
Triangle, Chi Phi faces DU, Sig-
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and Sigma Chiiwill take on ZBT.
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