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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, DECEMBEA 9, 1949

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FRIDAY, DECEl~fBER 9, 1949

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)on'm Teams

Enter Finals
Of' olleyball
Greene House and Michigan
House advanced to the finals of
the championship round of resi-
dence hall volleyball by virtue of
their overwhelming triumphs this
week.
Greene House swamped Lloyd
House 4-0, the same score by
which Michigan sunk Adams
House.
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IN THE SECOND placeplayoffs,
Wenley House topped Hinsdale,
4-0, and Winchell stopped Hayden,
4-1, to go into the final round.
Third place matches found Fletch-
er forfeiting to Tyler and Cooley
forfeiting to Williams in the first
round matches.
Chicago House swamped
Vaughan, 4-0, to advance to
fourth place finals. The other
finalist will be either Allen Rum-
sey or Prescott House.
Strauss won the fifth place play-
off title the easy way by virtue of
Anderson's forfeit.
HINSDALE HOUSE and Hay-
den House took first place in the
two leagues so far completing play
in Residence Hall handball com-
petition.
In League B Hinsdale leads,
with 'Michigan, Chicago, and
Anderson following in that or-
der. In league D following Hay-
den are Lloyd, Greene and Allen
Rumsey..
On dorm semi-final paddleball
Winchell plays Lloyd, and Hayden
House meets the winner of Pres-
cott-Williams match to determine
the finalists.
Tyler House advanced to the
semi-finals of water polo compe-
tition, with Strauss Wenley, and
Hayden-Michigan House matches
being played in the quarterfinals.

BONECRUSHERS:
Grap plers Enter Home
Stretch in I-M Action

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Fraternity wrestling competi-
tion has advanced rapidly with
most weight classes either enter-
ing the finals or semi-finals.
Wednesday night in the 121
pound class Wollen of Kappa
Sigma pinned Altman of SAM to
enter the finals against Hancock
of Phi Sigma Kappa. Hancock
beat Kelley of ATO to gain the
finals.
* * *
IN THE 128 pound division Hill
of SAMdefeated SAE's Walters
while Blake of Kappa Sigma
topped Delta Tau Delta's Shetler.
These winners are to meet in the
finals next week.
Meinke of Kappa Sig defeat-
ed Carlson of Sigma Nu to en-
ter the quarter-finals in the
145 pound class. Bratton of Sig
Ep was pinned by Knight of
SAE while Miller of Phi Kappa
Tau beat Franc of Sig Ep. Alt-
man of SAM had previously de-
feated Merritt of Kappa Sig to
enter the quarter finals.
In the unlimited class Newton of
Chi Psi beat Reinke of SAE and
next week will face Laker of SAM
who defeated Lasser of ZBT Wed-
nesday evening.
Dormitories,*0
Three champions and a host of
those surviving initial elimina-
tion emerged in the first three
days of a speeded up wrestling
competition, for residence halls.
Herman Abrash of Hayden
Hause led the smallest men by
copping the 121 pound division
title. Also in the lighter classifi-
cations, Joe Stone of Williams
House copped the 128 pound
crown, and Al Boyd of Wenley
House took the 136 pound cham-
pionship.
THE 145 POUND grapplers are

in the final round with Dick Kin-
naird of Wenley pitted against
Bob Wyllie of Hayden, for the
championship.
The 155 pound division has
reached the semi-finals with
Harvey Deatherage of Williams
and Don Peck of Hayden in the
upper bracket, and Floyd Stroup
of Williams and Tom Smith of
Lloyd in the lower bracket.
The 165 pound middleweight di-
vision has hit the final round, Bob
Timmerman of Williams House
and Herb Dunphy of Tyler fight-
ing it out for the crown.
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IN THE HEAVIER .division Milt
Goetz of Winchell and Bob
Schmunk of Hinsdale will tangle
in the finals of the 175 pound
section, and in the unlimited
classification, Jim Hodner of Ty-
ler House and Maynard Wellman
of Greene tangle for residence
hall title.
All of the final championship
matches will be fought out this
afternoon at the I-M building.
I-M NEWS
Defending champion Winchell
House and Anderson House won
their way into the Residence Hall
swimming finals by virtue of wins
this week.
Winchell House had a rough
time in subduing Prescott House,
32-25 while Anderson House
completely dominated the Wil-
liams House natators.
The final meet will be waged
7:30 Monday at the I-M Build-
ing.
Independent volleyball titles
were awarded in four leagues this
week with the Hawaiians captur-
ing top honors in the tourney de-
feating the Foresters, 2-1, to win
the League I crown and 100 points.
In League II finals, the Lu-
therans defeated the Big Reds,
4-2, and in so doing gained 80
points in the race for the I-M
crown.
League III's champion, Newman
Club earned its title without play-
ing in the finals. A semi-final
game between Nakamura and the
ASPA Grad was not played so
the Newman Club was awarded
the title.
Michigan Co-op won the top
award in League IV in a similar4
manner when the Wolves and
Congregational Disciples failed to
meet in their semi-final game.

Swim Finals
Goal of Four
Fraternities
Fraternity swimming meets
come to a close next week with
four teams competing for top
honors.
Chi Phi upset Sigma Alpha Mu
35-22 to gain entrance into the
semi-finals. Sigma Chi sank the
Acacia team by a score of 31-20 to
also enter the semi's. These two
winning teams compete next week
for one of the berths in the finals.
THE SIG EPS whipped Delta
Tau Delta 37-20, while Theta Chi
sank Chi Psi by the same score.
The winner of this set will hold
down the other berth in the finals.
This year as in previous years
the IM staff has been hounded
with bids for ice-hockey teams,
but access to space has always
hindered large scale competi-
tion.
Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock,
December 13, there will be a
meeting at the I-M building of all
men who are interested in playing
ice-hockey. At the meeting organi-
zation and schedules will be set.
Only eight teams are to play this
year. All games will be played be-
tween seven and eleven o'clock on
Monday evenings at the new en-
larged university rink.
Basketball competition starts
the first day after vacation, Janu-
ary third.
Phi Delta Phi
Wins I-Hl Title
Phi Delta Phi defeated the Law
Club in the finals of the profes-
sional fraternity volleyball tour-
nament.
The Phi Delt's found the Law.
Club to be no pushover. The po-
tential lawyers lost the first game
in overtime, 18-16, but reboulded
to capture the second contest 15-9;
however, Phi Delta Phi clinched
the title bywinning the all-im-
portant final battle by a 15-10
score.

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FOR RENT
BRING YOUR WEEKEND GUESTS to
the Pierce Transit Home, 1133 E.,Ann.
Phone 8144. 1R
WANTEDTO BUY
USED MOTORSCOOTER. Phone 2-7981.
Wanted to buy or rent. )37W
DECEMBER IS JOY MONTH
Continuous from 1:30 P.M.
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Htietwill welcome tall tbul Who«wi( h to
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