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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY V, 1955

PAEI I HIMCIG ND ILIIIAIMA 7,15

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SAE Tops Lambda Chifor Softball Crown

NU SIGS, NEWMAN TRIUMPH:
Phi Delts, Gomberg Cop Season Titles

Engel Yields Two Safeties;
Corneliuson's Blast Decisive
ders l Pi Lambda Phi Wins Third-Place Baitle;
all Phi Tau Downs Alpha Sig, 8-1, for Fourth

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Phi IlYta Theta, in one of the
closest races in years, nipped Sig-
ma Alpha Mu to win the social
fraternity Al-Year Intramurals
trophy by 20 points.
Official figures released by the
I-M Department last night showed
that Phi Delt finished the season
with a 1553-point total and the
Sammies wouner up with 1512
points.
Gomberg easily recaptured its
residence halls title by annexing
1723 points, 232 more than run-
ner-up Adams. Nu Sigma Nu edg-
ed Phi Alpha Kappa by a slim 26-
point margin to take professional

fraternity all-year honors, while
Newman Club triumphed in the in-
dependent division.
The Phi Delts clinched the title
Wednesday by defeating ZBT for
the tennis championship while
SAM was bowing to Lambda Chi
Alpha in the horseshoe finals. Phi
Delt, which also won the all-year
trophy last year, took only two in-
dividual crowns - the swimming
meet and tennis, but boasted
strong teams in almost revery sport
which it entered.
Gomberg Wins Easily
Gomberg had clinched its race

weeks ago. The South Quad
took honors in six individual sp
over the past season to leave
its opponents in the dust.
Nu Sigma Nu, pro frater
winners in six of the lastr
years, was one of the four te
in its league to compete in

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There will be a picnic for all
members of the Michigan wres-
tling team Sunday at 2 p.m. at
1133 Broadway. y
-Mike Rodriguez
scheduled sports. Phi Alpha Kap-
pa had a great spring-winning
three of four sports-to finish a
very close second.
Newman's four individual tro-
phies helped it to ward off the
Evans Scholars by 60 points in the
independent race.

By PETE LEVINSON
Sigma Alpha Epsilon became
the social fraternity softball cham-
pion as it defeated Lambda Chi
Alpha, 3-1, on Wines Field yes-
terday.
With the score deadlocked at
1-1 in the bottom of the fourth
inning, Sigma Alpha Epsilon's big
catcher, Tony Corneliuson, blast-
ed a pitch from Dick Heusel, Lam-
bdd Chi Alpha pitcher, over the
right fielder's head for a home
run and gave SAE a 2-1 advan-
tage which they never relinquish-
ed.
Engel Hurls Two-Hitter
Bud Engel, SAE pitcher, lim-
ited the opposition to two hits
and one run. The run came in

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Phi Delta Theta ....
Sigma Alpha Mu ...
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sigma Phi Epsilon ..
Lambda Chi Alpha .
Sigma Chi .........,
Delta Tau Delta
Chi Psi ............
Beta Theta Pi ......
Alpha Tau Omega . .
RESIDENCE HALL
Gomberg...........
Cooley.............
Adams............
Lloyd..............
Reeves............
Taylor.............
Allen-Rumsey....
Van Tyne.........
Williams .......,...
Wenley ............

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SOCIAL FRATERNITY

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PROFESSIONAL
FRATERNITY
Nu Sigma Nu......
Phi Alpha Kappa.
Delta Sigma Delta ..
Alpha Chi Sigma.".
Alpha Kappa Psi ...
Phi Chi.........
Phi Alpha Delta ....
Psi Omega ...,....
Law Club ..........
Alpha Kappa Kappa
INDEPENDENT
Newman Club .....
Evans Scholars ....
Simple Seven ......
'Hawaiians"....
AFROTC........

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537
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FACULTY
(Final Faculty figures
are not complete as of yet)

the second inning without the
benefit of a safety. Elliot Burd
led off the inning with a base
on balls. He was advanced to sec-
ond on a sacrifice bunt by first
baseman Eddie Ellison. The next
batter, Dick Good, hit a routine
grounder to the SAE shortstop,
Dwight Galloway and he com-
mitted a throwing error that per-
mitted Burd to score from second
base.
SAE opened the scoring in the
first inning when Mel Bernia
walked, went to second on a pass-
ed ball, stole third, and scored
on an infield out. SAE added a
final marker in the fifth inning,
when Engel led off with a single
to right. Galloway hit a ground
ball to second baseman Don May-
bee who tagged the runner and
threw to first for a double play.
Mel Bernia was safe as Heusel
threw wide to first on a ground
ball to the mound and scored on
Bill Bernard's double to right-
center.
In other I-M softball games, P
Lambda Phi trounced Trigon, 14-4.
to clinch the third place slot.
Leonard Velick, Pi Lambda Phi
pitcher, helped to win his own
game, as he belted a grand slam
home run in the third inning.
Ivan Goldberg also hit one for Pn
Lambda Phi. Tom Maznec pitch-
ed Phi Kappa Tau to an 8-1 vi-
tory over Alpha Sigma Phi to
clinch fourth place.
Grid Tickets'
TO Go on Sale
On Wednesday
Students are urged to take ad-
vantage of the advance football
ticket sale beginning Wednesday.
June 1, at the athletic ticket of-
fice.
The office in the Athletic Ad-
ministration Building will sell non-
student tickets to all Michigan's
games for the coming season, both
home and away. Prices are $4.00
for home tilts and $3.60 for the
away games at Minnesota and Ii.
linois.
The advance sale, directed by
ticket manager Don Weir, is stag-
ed annually so that students can
procure good seats for their rela-
tives and friends before the mass
autumn rush for tickets. With
many of the highly-rated Wolver
ines' games expected to be sell-
outs, this may be the only chance
to buy extra tickets for somt en-
counters.
Extra Ducats
For those presently undecided
concerning the purchase of extra
ducats, a handy form for mail or-
ders can be picked up also after
June first.
Although students planning {.
travel with the team on its two
trips away from Ann Arbor will
want to order these tickets before
leaving school for the summer, the
pre-season sale is not intended for
student admissions to home games.
These will be distributed during
the fall orientation period.

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ANNUAL COLLEGE-END

A Campus-to-Career Case History

MEN'S AND
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we must reduce by ONE HALF our heavy stock of MEN'S and WOM-

Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

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New York ........26
Cleveland ........23
Chicago .........22
Detroit ..........21
Washington .....15
Boston..........16
Kansas City ......14
Baltimore ........13
YESTERDAY'S

12 .684
14 .622
14 .611
16 .568
21 .417
24 .400
23 .378
26 .333
SCORES

2%
3
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10
11
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13

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Chicago 3-9, Cleveland 1-10
New York 8-7, Washington 4-3
Baltimore 2, Boston 0
Detroit at Kansas City, postponed-
wet grounds
NATIONAL LEAGUE

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Brooklyn .........29 9 .757
Chicago .........23 16 .590
New York ........21 18 .538
Milwaukee .......18 20 .474
Cincinnati .......17 19 .472
St. Louis .........16 19 .457
Philadelphia..14 23 .378
Pittsburgh .......12 25 .324
YESTERDAY'S SCORES

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"Different types of work appeal to
different men," says Donald O'Brian
(A.B., Indiana, '50), in the Traffic
Department with Indiana Bell Tele-
phone Company. "For me, I'll take
a job that keeps me hopping. And
that's just the kind of job I have.
"You'd think that after two years
I'd have all the variables pinned down.
But it doesn't work that way. When
you supervise telephone service for
thousands of different customers whose

needs are always changing, there's
always something new coming up.
"I started with Indiana Bell in 1952,
after two years in the Army. My train-
ing program exposed me to many dif-
ferent kinds of telephone work-cus-
tomer contact, personnel, accounting,
operations. I saw a lot of jobs which
looked as interesting as mine. As
much as I like the kind of work I'm
doing now, I bet I'll like my next spot
even better."

Philadelphia 3, New York 2 (11 in-
nings)
Chicago 3, St. Louis 0
Brooklyn 6, Pittsburgh 2
Cincinnati 5, Milwaukee 4 (first game
of double-header =_ second game
rained out)

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