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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1949

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Delta Upslon
Takes Second
PlacePlayoff
Delta Upsilon copped second
place in the I-M fraternity touch
football play by defeating Psi
Upsilon 13-6.
Psi U grabbed a six point' lead
early in the first period which they
still held at half time. DU came
back in the second half and scored
on a long pass from Dan Billing-
sley to Pat McCloy.
* * *
BILLINGSLEY added the final
tally later in the period on a long
Independent men interested
in entering four-nan teams in
the Independent Handball
Tournament phone or bring en-
tries to the I-M Building before
Friday afternoon.
-Bill Tomko
run from scrimmage. The pass for
the extra point was incomplete.
In the third place finals Phi
Kappa Sigma used a smooth
passing attack to defeat Kappa
Sigma 12-0.
The first Phi Kappa Sigma
score came on a long pass follow-
ing a Kappa Sig punt. Their sec-
ond score came on a short pass
into the end zone after a sustained
drive.
LAMDA CHI ALPHA edged
Theta Delta Chi 8-0 to take over
the fourth place spot.
The first half was scoreless
with the Theta Delts making the
only scoring threat. In the clos.,
ing minutes of the period George
Bruski intercepted a pass and
raced 80 yards before he was
stopped on the Lamda Chi 10
yard line.
In the second half the Theta
Delta fumbled in the end zone to
give Lamda Chi a safety.

I-M GRID STARS:
Football Officials Pick
I-M All-Star Squads

Officials of the Intramural
touch football games huddled to-
gether in a Sports Building office
yesterday afternoon and emerged
from this confab with a set of all-
star teams for the season just com-
pleted.
They picked a seven man all-
fraternity squad with seven teams
represented. * ,
THE CHAMPION Chi Psi array
is represented by ace end Don Mc-
Kay while Amato Contino of the
runner-up Theta Chis was named
to a backfield post.
Jerry Barnes, of SAE, teams
with McKay at the ends while
John Nortness of ATO was chos-
en center.
Rounding out the backfield are
Bill Blhmenthal, Phi Sigma Del-

ta; Milt Siegel, Sigma
and Bud Reeme, Delta
* * *

Alpha Mu;
Upsilon.

WILLIAMS HOUSE, winning
the Residence Hall title for the
second straight season, placed two
men-Bob Fancett and Al Leavitt,
both backs-on the nine man resi-
dence hall squad. Fancett is a re-
peater on the team.
Ken Averill of Allen-Rumsey
and Rod Minner of Winchell
were named ends with Rousch
of Greene and Mal Robertson of
Hayden selected all-star line-
men. Bob Weber of Wenley was
picked at center.
Surrounding Fancett and Leav-
itt in the backfield are Bill Ward,
Vaughn and Hy Levistein, Pres-
cott.

Volleyball Holds I-M Spotlight
As ChampionshipGames Start
A4.

I-M Standings

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Theta Chi and Triangle kept
their undefeated records in fra-
ternity volleyball play this week by
scoring their third straight victo-
ries.
Triangle indicated that they are
the team to beat by scoring their
second consecutive shutout, a 6-0
victory over Kappa Nu. Theta Chi
kept their slate clean by defeating
Theta Xi 5-1.
* * *
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA scored
the only other shutout of the week
by trouncing Pi Lamda Phi 6-0.
Phi Kappa Psi broke into the
win column this week by beating
Sigma Pi 4-2. Sigma Nu also
moved into the win column by
taking Phi Sigma Delta 5-1.
Alpha Sigma Phi and Alpha Phi
Alpha battled to a 3-3 tie as did
Phi Kappa Tau and Delta Sigma
Pi.
Next week winds up regular
league volleyball play with play-
off competition starting the week
after.
Dormitories...
Hinsdale and Hayden House an-
nexed championships of B and D
Leagues respectively, by virtue of
their overwhelming triumphs in
volleyball play Tuesday nite.
Hinsdale blitzed Allen Rumsey
6-0 to earn the right to meet Hay-
den, who blanked Cooley by a 6-0
count, in the first place playoffs.
* * *
IN OTHER GAMES played,
Adams House showed its strength
with an overwhelming, 6-0, victory
over an outmanned Vaughn squad.
Michigan House also gave warning
of its intention with an identical
6-0 win over Strauss House.
Prescott triumphed over Wenley
by a 4-2 score, in one of the closer
matches. Also winners by a 4-2
margin were Greene House over
Fletcher Hall, and Wenley House
over Chicago House. In the only
tie encounter of the evening, Lloyd

and Anderson fought out a thrill-
ing 3-3 match score contest.
Independents .,,.
With touch football pretty
much out of the way, Independ-
ents settled down to concentrating
on volleyball with nine games be-
ing played this week.
Robert Owen Co-operative
House maintained its winning
ways by notching another shutout,
this time against the ASPA Grads,
6-0.
OTHER SHUTOUTS were reg-
istered by the Mealmarters over
the Wolves, the Foresters over the
Hurricanes, and the Michigan
Christian Fellowship over the
Mites, all by 6-0 scores.
The Eatons and the Big Reds
both took forfeits from the
Neversweats and the Michigan
Co-operative House respectively.
In othes games played this week
the Lumberjacks beat the Naka-
mura Co-operative House team,
4-2, the Baptists knocked-off the
Congregational Disciples, 4-2, and
the Presbyterians won from the
Gammas by the same score.
I-M NEWS
Co-Recreation night will be re-
sumed tonight at the I-M Build-
ing after one week layoff.
* * *
Nu Sigma Nu copped the, pro-
fessional Fraternity Football
league beating Delta Sigma
Delta in the finals.
In Professional Fraternity
volleyball Phi Epsilon Kappa,
Phi Delta Phi, Phi Alpha Kap-
pa, and Alpha Kappa Kappa are
all in the first place playoffs.
* * *
The Turks are leading the In-
ternational Center soccer compe-
tition with an unblemished record.
The defending champions boast
four wins so far this year.

Second Place
Playoffs Won
By Michia i
Michigan House copped the sec-
ond place championship in Resi-
dence Hall touch football by edg-
ing past a rough Adams House
team 19-14 in a close, hard fought
game.
Lack of a good pass defense cost
Adams the game, as continual
short, spot pass completions by
Michigan provided a yard gaining
attack that ended in three touch-
downs. Niel Duff, Rus Kenidell,.
and Bob Maderan tallied the win-
ner's marker, and h)uff added an
extra points.
* * *
ADAMS, WHICH mixed long
passing with a good grouud. game,
was led by Chuck Van Dusen, the
glue-fingered end, and Walt Noon,
both of whom tallied touchdowns.
Olaf Haroldson and Ed Hart added
extra points for the losers.,
Vaughn squeezed by Winchell
by a 13-7 margin to cop the
third place championship. Play
at the end of regulation time
was tied at 7 all, and in the over-
time the yardage margin made
the difference. Bill Brehin
scored a touchdown, and Bert
Sandweiss an extra point to lead
the Vaughn squad.
In the fourth place playoff Allen
Rumsey topped Chicago House by
a 12-6 score, and Hinsdale blanked
Prescott House by a 12-0 margin
to win the fifth place champion-
ship.
SAF Ousted
In Swrimmiing
Action in fraternity dual swim-
ming started during the past week
with ten meets concluded in the
elimination event.
Theta Delta Chi ousted defend-
ing champion SAE by a 31-27
score. In the closest meet of the
first round ATO edged Lambda
Chi Alpha, 28-25.
* * . *
THETA XI recorded the most
one-sided victory in trouncing Tri-
angle, 42-15.
Chi Phi toppled Delta Upsi-
lon, 31=26; Sigma Chi whipped
Zeta Beta Tau, 39-18; Beta The-j
ta Pi won over Phi Kapp Tau,
32-28; Chi Psi defeated Alpha
Sigma Phi, 36-21.
In other meets Sigma Alpha Mu
beat Delta Sigma Phi, 39-18; Al-
pha Epsilon Pi toppled Tau Kappa
Epsilon; 39-18; and Acacia hum-
bled Kappa Sigma, 40-17.
Lanibeaui inored
To Resigin Position
NEW YORK, Nov. 17-(UP)-The
Daily News said tonight that Earl
L. (Curly) Lambeau will quit his
front-office post with the Green
Bay Packers of the National Foot-
ball League to accept a general
manager's berth next year with
the Los Angeles Dons of the rival
All America Conference.
Lambeau, according to the News,
decided to pull up stakes at Green
Bay last week following a meeting
in Chicago with Ben Lindheimer,
multimillionaire who operates the
Dons.
The News also said that Green
Bay may surrender its franchise
because of the poor attendance
and finances the team has suffer-
ed the past two seasons.

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VOL. LX, No. 47
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