THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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IM Basketball Gets Under Way
Hinsdale, Lloyd Victors in Initial Hoop Trials
By ED WHIPPLt
Residence Hall Intramural acti-
vity this week mixed the new with
the old as eight teams successfully
opened assault on the 1951 "A"
basketball championship Wednes-
day night on the IM courts.
Three close games highlighted
the opening cage battles, the
tightest being Hinsdale's 34-32 ov-
ertime win over Chicago. Mac
Finch sank a basket in the sud-
den-death extra period to give the
East Quadders their triumph.
Finch and Al Thorburn paced
Hinsdale's scorers with nine each,
and John Schneider bagged 13 for
* * *
LLOYD overcame a 5 point half-
time deficit to edge Michigan 32-
30 on Jim Young's 14 point scor-
ing spree. Don Fakler's eight
points were not enough to main-
tain Michigan's 17-12 lead at in-
Bill Land scored nine points to
pace Wenley's 31-28 triumph
over Tyler. Dave Lanek with 13,
was high for the Tyler squad
which just failed to overcome a
large early lead.
Scoring honors for the night
went to Jim Rienstra who scored
18 to lead Winchell's 37-29 defeat
of Strauss. Rienstra hit from all
angles as the West Quadders piled
up a 16-9 lead by the half.
Al Wolin paced a futile Strauss
second half rally with 12 tallies.
* * *
OTHER WEDNESDAY tilts saw
Fletcher blast Greene 37-16. Gene
Knutsen and Norm Canty hooped
eight and nin'e, respectively, for
the winners, while Chuck Wood-
ard chalked up seven for Greene.
Fifteen points by Aubrey Diem
showed the way to Vaughn's 31-
23 conquest of Adams. Ray
Muer's total of 10 was high for
the losers, followed closely by
team mate Jim Youngblood who
marked up nine.
* * * ,
At the same time two close wa-
ter popo matches narrowed com-
petition to the semi-final round
which pits Wenley against Wil-
liams, while Hayden tangles with
PRESCOTT netted an overtime
goal to sink Strauss 2-1 despite
the losers' 1-0 half-time advan-
tage. Hayden made the semi-fi-
nals on the strength of a coin
flip, after Anderson battled the
winners to a 1-1 tie through regu-
lar time and one overtime.
In the qualifying rounds for
Bowling 'A' competition, Adams
N-O-W 6i I
From 1 P.M.
Williams, Delta Sigs, Phi Sigs
Lea I-M eagueC ompetition
With the end of the first se- has captured football and track
mester drawing near, and six of laurels while the latter took top
the 20 sports slated for I-M com- honors in track and cross-coun-
petition finished, Delta Sigma ( try.
Phi Wiliams. ic a + t.r.
he first five teams in each
Hayden .. ..... ......... ....4581
Delta Sigma Phi............553
Kappa Sigma ............... .543j
Sigma Phi Epsilon . 516
Sigma Chi ............. 503
Chi Psi ........................498
MCF ..................... 330
Newman Club ................280
Michigan Coop. ..............230
Phi Sigma Kappa......... 230
Law Club 'A' .................214
Psi Omega ....................x00
Alpha Chi Sigma .............199
put together the highest total of
2479, followed by Winchell 2442,
Vaughn 2416, Fletcher 2364 and
The best individual rolling for
the day was turned in by Charles
Barnhart whose 603 score helped
put Fletcher in the fourth slot.
The teams will now begin an elim-
ination tournament in which the
qualifying. scores determine op-
The 1951 Independent League
basketball season was ushered in
Wednesday night with a bang as
four teams saw action at the
In the first game of the even-
ing the Eskymos won a defensive
battle with the Club 518 quintet;
winning by a 23-12 count. The sec-
ond contest saw both outfits pile
up totals greater than the Esky-
mo's winning margin as the Con-
tingencies rolled to an impressive
41-25 victory over the Hawaiians
DONALD BUSSLER and Slim
Farrell were instrumental in the
Eskymo win. Bussler tossed ten
markers through the nets to lead
both squads in the scoring depart-
ment. Farrell contributed s i x
points to the winning cause and
was a tower of strength on de-
Bob Burge who scored eight
of his team's 12 points was easi-
ly the outstanding performer on
the losing five.
Joel Edleman was a veritable
ball of fire, racking up 26 counters
to lead the Contingencies in a
scoring spree which completely
snowed under the hapless Hawaii-
ans. Edleman netted all his points
from the field, hittirg from every
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1951
VOL. LXI, No. 79
Veterans: The final date for
the procurement of books, sup-
plies, and equipment using veter-
an requisitions has been estab-
lished as Fri., Jan. 19. No re-
quisitions will be honored by the
vendors subsequent to this date.
List of approved social events
for the coming weekend:
Jan. 12-Eta Kappa Nu Asso-
ciation, Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
Jan. 13-Alpha Epsilon Pi, Al-
pha Phi Alpha-Alpha Kappa Al-
pha, Beta Theta Pi, Chi Phi, Del-
ta Chi, Graduate Student Coun-
cil, Institute of Aeronautical Sci-
ence, Les Voyageurs, Phi Kappa
Sigma, Phi Rho Sigma, Theta
Delta Chi, Triangle, Zeta Beta
Phi Delts Win
By KEITH MILLER
Phi Delta Theta, defending In-
tramural fraternity basketball
champs, started off on the right
foot in their quest for a second
successive title by downing Phi
Kappa Tau 50-26 as the cage
search got underway this week.
Center Earl Keim led the Phi
Delts with 22 points followed by
Doug Lawrence, who tallied ten
PHI DELTA THETA'S oppo-
nents in the IM final last spring,
Chi Psi, fell by the wayside in its
1951 opener bowing to Phi Kappa
John Gregory led the win-
ners with a 13 point effort. The
score at halftime was 17-14 for
the Phi Sig's.
Another fraternity power in
last year's race, Phi Kappa Psi,
edged Psi Upsilon by the count
of 42-37. Three fellows, Les Popp,
Dave Settle, and Bruce Vander-
Klip, accounted for all the Phi
POPP CONNECTED for 18, Set-
tle meshed 14, and VanderKlip
hooped ten points as the Phi Psi's
displayed their last year's for&n.
Air force bound John Sweeney
and Bill Heath each accounted
for 28 points as Kappa Sigma
zoomed by Kappa Nu 66-8. Al-
most the entire Kappa Sigma
'A' team is headed for a Lake-
land, Texas, air base.
In another one sided clash
Sigma Chi trounced Trigon 74-18.
Paul Fancher and Bill Ammerman
poured 22 and 18 points, respec-
tively, through the hoop for the
winners. The halftime score read
Sigma Chi 41-Trigon 9.
With the qualifying scores com-
pleted, the seeded bowling squads
are now entering the elimination
tournament. Posting the highest
point total was Phi Sigma Kappa
with 2,487 points, which figures
slightly less than a 166 average
Chi Psi rolled the second high-
est score with 2,453 points, a 163.5
average per line. Phi Sigma Delta
and Theta Xi with 2,392 and
2,380 points respectively were
seeded third and fourth.
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Vaughan 31 Adams 23
Hi dale 34 Chicago 32
Flether 37 Greene 16
Wenley 31 Tyler 28
Winchell 37 Strauss 29
Lloyd °32 Michigan 30
Williams 34 Hayden 24
Delta Tau Delta 28 Lambda Chi
PihLambda Phi 33 Zeta Psi 22
Kappa Sigma 61 Kappa Nu 8
Phi Delta Theta 50 Phi Kappa Tau 26
Sigma Phi Epsilon 34 Sigma Pi 17
Zeta Beta Tau 44 Tau Kappa Epsi-
Acacia 38 Alpha Sigma Phi 22
Phi Sigma Kappa 52 Kappa Alpha
Alpha Tau Omega 27 Alpha Delta
Sigma Alpha Mu 31 Theta Xi 24
Alpha Epsilon P1 25 Delta Upsilon 21
Sigma Chi 74 Trigon 18
Beta Theta Pi 41 Alpha Phi Alpha 37
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 61 Theta Delta
Omega Psi Phi 19 Chi Phi 18
Phi Sigma Delta 35 Tau Delta Phi 11
Phi Kappa Sigma 35 Chi Psi 30
Theta Chi 17 Sigma Phi 14
Phi Gamma Delta 49 Delta Chi 27
Sigma Nu 36 Triangle 21
Delta Sigma Phi 59 Delta Kappa Ep-
Phi Kappa Psi 42 Psi Upsilon 37
Eskimos 23 Club 518 12
Contingencies 41 Hawaiians 'B' 25
Zeta Beta Tau 19 Phi Sigma Kappa 15
Sigma Phi Epsilon 27 Phi Gamnma
Hayder, 2 Anderson 1
Prescott 2 Strauss 1
5 P.M. Camp positions:
After Camp North Star,
The same night he treacherously
stealeth into her chamber, violently
ravish'd her, and early in the morning
THE RAPE OF LUcREcE
FEB. 9, 10, 12
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