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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, DECEMBEE

Kappa Sigs

Win I-M Mat Title

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LOST AND FOUND

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LOST-Small gold signet ring "L". Lost
Dec. 8. Call Louis 2-3059. )10L
LOST-Ladies gold wrist watch. Rensie
Alpina, also fine arts notebook. Call
Barbara Cohn 2-2591. )12L
LOST-Rhinestone earring in League
Sat., Dec. 9. Phone 5603 evenings. )11L
LOST-Heavy horn-rimmed glasses in
brown leather case. P. Mackenzie.
Ph. 8468. )8L
TRANSPORTATION
RIDERS - Seattle, Portland. Married
couple driving 1950 Lincoln. Plan
arrive Dec. 24. Call 5632 before 3 p.m.
)61T
WANTED--Two riders round trip to
Milwaukee. Share expenses. Leave
Dec. 22. Call R. Schneider 2-3169. )62T
WHY TAKE costly bus or train to Rose
Bowl? Travel in '46 Lincoln. Round
trip cost about $40. Call 8780. )63T
RIDERS to California, New York, Bos-
ton: Before leaving, have you bought
your 1951 Ensian? By buying today
you can travel home with a care-free
mind. It only costs $5.00, so why not
buy?
JACK M. HAIMS
WANTED-Riders to L.A. leaving Dec.
22nd for cities on the Southern route.
Ph. 2-2283, 7-9. )60T
CLEARWATER, FLA.-Round trip for 2
leave Dec. 22, return Jan. 1. Help
drive and share expense. Phone 7567
Cheney. ) 59T
GOING TO ATLANTA, Georgia Dec. 22.
Can take two riders. Call Dean 3-1850,
Ann Arbor, evenings. ) 57T
WANTED-Riders from N.Y.C. to Chi-
cago Dec. 27 to catch Rose Bowl
Special. Call Ed Gibbon 2-3046. )56T
2 RIDERS-Seattle or Portland, leaving
Dec. 22. E. Kinken, 9443. )53T
LEAVING Dec. 21 in 1950 Studebaker
for San Francisco via 66. Share ex-
pense and driving. 3-1183. )54T
FLY NORTH AMERICAN to the coast
or Miami. Less than air coach fare.
Phone after 5:30, 2-8265, 25-9083. )55T
WOLVERINE CLUBg
ROSE BOWL SPECIAL
Leave Dec. 28, return in time for
school. Complete club car and dining
carservice, leg rest coaches, low cost
Pullman, many optional features.
Tickets and information at Adm.
Bldg., 8-4:30. )38T
WANTED TO RENT
STUDENT COUPLE want room with
kitchen privileges to be occupied
Feb. 1. Call Stan 6284. )14W
WANTED TO BUY
ONE TICKET for Rose Bowl game. Call
3-4187 after 6 p.m. )36X

Kappa Sigma,
Chi Psi Win
In Swimming
Going into the final week before
vacation, three sports continue to
dominate the fraternity intramural
sports program.
The winter sports now going on
are swimming, volleyball and
handball.
* * *
IN SWIMMING four teams are
still in contention for the frater-
nity championship. The squad will
pair off in the semi-finals Monday
night, and the two victors will
meet Wednesday night in the fi-
nals.
Last week Kappa Sigma eeked
out a 29-28 win over Theta Chi,
last year's swimming champs,
while Chi Psi downed Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon, 36-21.
Point-getters for Kappa Sigma
were Clarke Stevenson, who won
the 25-yard backstroke event and
Bob Van Arsdol who finished sec-
ond in the 50-yard free-style race.
* *s
FINALS IN volleyball will be
played Tuesday evening. Phi Delta
Theta, who defeated Chi Phi, 4-2,
will meet Sigma Phi Epsilon, who
slipped by Beta Theta Pi with an
identical 4-2 count. Sigma Phi Ep-
silon will be trying to stretch their
volleyball championship string to
three straight.
Mainstay of the Sigma Phi
Epsilon six is Chuck Eden. Oth-
er members of the squad are Bob
Ohlheiser, Chick Gast, Dave
Campbell, Ross Pfalvgraff and
Fred Auch.
Handball, which will continue
after vacation, is now in the quar-
ter-final round of competition.
TODAY, Saturday & Sunday
W. SOMERSET
MAUGHAM
PERSONALLY
brings his greatness
to the screen!

Williams House Wins Second
Consecutive Wrestling Crown
Bob Timmerman, Milton Goetz Retain
Titles; Hayden House, Sig Eps Runner-ups

By JACK SOTHERLAND
Kappa Sigma and Williams
House gained the 1950 I-M wres-
tling title last night at the Intra-
mural Building.
It was the second year running
for Williams, as they won with a
comfortable 23 point margin over
runner-up Hayden.. Williams took
a first place in four events, as
they ran up 38 points.
* * *
CLARENCE BROOMFIELD got
Williams off to a fast start when
he pinned Brenton Hamil, a fellow
resident, in 1.34, to take the 147-
pound-division.
Bob Timmerman, who took
the 165 pound crown last year,
also added to the winner's points
by pinning Eugene Farner, of
Prescott, in 1.12, for the 157
pound title. Timmerman was the
only repeater from the 1949-50
season's individual champions.
The 167 pound crown went to
William's Don Anderson who de-
cisioned Doug Peck, of Hayden,
6-4. The final Williams victory
came in the unlimited class, as
Chuck Drake pinned Tyler's Jack
McConnaughey.
* * *
ALTHOUGH Hayden's two men
in the finals last night failed to
take top honors, 'they, picked up
enough points in the preliminary
rounds to give them a 15 point
total and second place. Both of
their entrants, in the 130 and 167
pound divisions, were edged out
by victorious Williams House.
Third place in the Residence
Halls went to Allen Rumsey. In
an intra-house battle at 137
pounds, Mark Piper pinned Phi
Zabawa in 1.40. This win, cou-
pled with victories earlier in the3
season, gave Allen Rumsey the
12 points they needed to take
third place.

Tyler and Adams fought to a
fourth-place tie, as they each gar-
nered 11 points. Joe Savin scored
first for the East-Quadders, as he
gained a decision over Hayden's
Gene Woodruff, 7-0. Walter Noan
picked up a 10-3 decision over
Bob Schmunk of Hinsdale House,
adding to Adam's count.
* *.*
KAPPA SIGMA'S three indivi-
dual crowns enabled them to fin-
isll on top although last year their
trio of titles gave them only sec-
ond place.
They 4rew their first blood in
the 123 pound division, when
Dick Wolfe pinned Sigma Alpha
Mu's Jerry Altman. Andy Arenth
scored next for Kappa Sigma,
when he decisioned Carl Kalt-
wasser, of Sigma Chi, 4-1.
Don Mitchell earned the 157
pound crown and insured his
house's victory when he wrestled
a 7-1 decision over Bob Moore, of
Delta Sigma Phi.
* * *
SIGMA PHI EPSILON gathered
19 points to the victor's 32, to take
over second position. Another In-
tra-house contest saw the Sig Ep's
Dan D'Addano pin Ole Haroldson
in 3.50.
One point behind the runner-
ups came Alpha Tau Omega.
John McNerney took the 137
pound title for ATO, when he
pinned Triangle's Dick Davidson
in 2.10. ATO's other final entry
at 177 was decisioned by Milt
Goetz, of Chi Phi, 5-1. Goetz was
one of two winners back from
last year. In 1949, he took the
175 pound crown for Winchell
House.
Another of last year's winners
didn't fare so well. Tom Kristof-
ferson, last season's 175 pound
champion for the fraternities, was
decisioned, 6-1, by Cli-Psi's Dan
Burlingame.
Sigma Alpha Mu gained fourth
place largely on the strength of
their earlier victories. Their only
final entrant, Jerry Altman, was
pinned by Dick Wolfe in the 123
pound class.

Intramural
Hockey Loop
BeginsAction
Once again the eurtain has
been raised on one of winter's
most popular intramural sports,
ice hockey.
There are eight hardfighting
squads entered in this year's com-
petition, and they may be ob-
served in action every Monday
night at the Coliseum.
INCLUDED IN the league this
season are, Independents, Delta
Upsilon, Alpha Tau Omega, Zeta
Psi, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Chi Psi,
Hayden House and Greene House.
Hockey has been a part of the
Michigan intramural program
for many years, however, the
present setup, in which eight
teams compete without credit
in the regular IM standings, has
been used for only the past
three years.
The enthusiastic p u c ks t e r s
make up in spirit for any lack of
finesse, and the referees have to
hustle to keep on top of the fast
moving action. Members of the
intramural staff or sometimes,
varsity hockey players capably
handle the officiating duties.
* * *
ALL PARTICIPANTS furnish
their own equipment, with the ex-
ception of the goalies who are
provided with the usual parapher-
nalia.
Monday night's action saw
three teams flash to impressive
victories. The Independents,
Delta Upsilon, and Zeta Psi
unveiled powerful attacks and
strong defenses in overpower-
ing their opponents
Of the three, the Independents,
who copped last years champion-
ship, had the toughest time re-
cording their win as they out-
lasted Greene House, 2-1. Goals
by Gary Hicks and Ward Peter-
son provided the winning mar-
gin.
DICK STRZELECKI had a per-
fect night in the nets for the
sturdy Delta Upsilon aggregation,
shutting out Alpha Tau Omega
4-0. Bob Burke, Ed Parker and
Don Amsle paced the offense
and stamped the DU outfit as a
power to be reckoned with.
Zeta Psi had little trouble in
breezing by Hayden House at the
long end of a 7-2 score. Ted Maud,
Bill Mogk and Bill Mormon pro-
vided all their teams markers, as
Maud dented the Hayden nets no
less than five times.
In the final contest Sigma Phi
Epsilon and Chi Psi battled to a
3-3 tie. John Maturo flicked in
two goals from his center position
to lead the former group, and
Harry Dunn kept the Chi Psi
squad in the game with his sterl-
ing play. ,
I DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
The Daily official Bulletin is an
official publication of the University
of Michigan for which the Michigan
Daily assumes no editorial responsi-
bility. Publication in it is construc-
tive notice to all members of the Uni-
versity. Notices should be sent in
TYPEWRITTEN form .to Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3 p.m. on
the day preceding publication (11 a.-
m. Saturdays).
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1950
VOL. LXI, No. 69
Notices
Appointments under the Ful
bright Program for teaching or

post-doctoral research in Austria
for the academic year, 1951-52,
have just been announced. Ap-
plications must be made before
January 15 to the Conference
Board of Associated Research
Councils, 2101 Constitution( Ave-
nue, Washington 25, D.C. Further
information is available at the
Office of hte Graduate School.
List of approved social events
for the coming week-end:
December 15 -
Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Delta
Pi, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha
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HANDBALL
Alpha Epsilon Pi13, Phi Kappa
Tau 0
Delta Tau Delta 2, Theta Xi 1
Phi Kappa Sigma 3, Tau Delta
Phi 0
Delta Sigma Phi 3, Phi Kappa
Psi 0
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2, Delta
Upsilon 1
Kappa sigma 2, Acacia 1
Sigma Phi 2, Phi Sigma Kappa 1
Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, Zeta Psi 0
VOLLEYBALL
Phi Delta Theta 4, Chi Psi 2
Alpha Omega 4, Phi Delta Epsi-
lon 1
Sigma PhiOEpsilon 4, Beta Theta
Pi 2
Alpha .Tau Omega 4, Psi Upsilon 1
Delta Upsilon 4, Phi Kappa Tau 2
Phi Sigma Kappa 4, Phi Sigma
Delta 3
Alpha Sigma Phi 4, Kappa Nu 0
Phi Delta Phi 4, Alpha Kappa
Psi 0
Zeta Beta Tau 4, Kappa Sigma 0
Alpha Kappa Kappa 4, Psi Omega
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Phi Alpha Kappa 4, Law Club 0
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Foresters 6, Wesleyan 0
Hawaiians II 4, Michigan Coop 1
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