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Sigma Chi Boxem Palmar, De Roin Handball on the football team all fall and were in good trim to decide the advantage in the ring. In the middleweight class, Bill Graham, Theta Chi, chuffed Norman Sears, inde- pendent, to take the referee ' s decision. An- other Theta Chi — Lynn Morse — battered his way to the welterweight crown over Horace Williams of Sigma Chi. Clifford Rew of Phi Kappa Tau upset the dope to take Bob Lyman of Sigma Chi in the lightweight go. Sigma Chi took another on the chin as Pete Lyman went down under Jerry Campbell ' s barrage. Gill Haffley won the bantamweight crown when only one opponent put in an appearance all season. Sigma Chi was awarded the intramural boxing championship by placing four con- tenders in the finals. Theta Chi was second. HANDBALL (1932) Jimmy Phelan ' s two football stars. Bob Palmer and Hurley De Roin, representing Phi Gamma Delta, won the handball cham- pionship, defeating Leonard Stevens and Jack Nef f of the Breakers Club in two out of three games. Palmer defeated Neff 21 to 20 in the open- ing affray, and Stevens downed De Roin 21-19 in the second singles match. In the doubles the Fiji duo outslapped the inde- pendents for a 21-9 decision. GOLF (1931) It took Sigma Alpha Epsilon nineteen holes to win over Phi Delta Theta in a classy final golf match. Ed Lyman and Wesley Dier- berger, of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, tied Bill Duncan and Harris Matthews, Phi Delts, in 18 holes and then underscored the latter team in the extra hole to win the pennant. VOLLEYBALL (1932) Led by two of the tallest men on the cam- pus, Mark and Pete Antoncich, Theta Chi fraternity copped the season ' s volleyball title by eking out a two-out-of-three-game victory from Delta Chi. The Theta Chis won the first tussle 15 to 5, lost the second 11 to 15, and then took the final game 15 to 8. Members on the championship team were M. Antoncich, P. Antoncich, Gobler, Ricke, Tibbits, Anderson, Koon and Cadman.
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Tfieta Chi Wretnlers Giske, Smith INTRAMURALS WRESTLING (1932) An increased campus interest was cen- tered about the wrestling mats the latter part of winter quarter. There was an unusually large entry list from all the organized houses attempting to garner points toward the Gar- hart intramural trophy. A series of preliminary bouts under the capable direction of Leonard Stevens, wrest ling coach, afforded some good entertain ment for local fans and drew out severa large crowds before the finalists were deter mined. A number of entrants were enlistee from the gridiron, which helped to create the unusual enthusiasm that was shown. In the championship matches. Hurley De Roin, Phi Gamma Delta, pinned Chuck Mucha, independent, for two straight falls and the heavyweight crown. Both are prac- titioners of Jimmy Phelan ' s ball club, and the bout was no slap-stick affair. Adney Smith, of Theta Chi, another foot- ball man, was conceded the 178-lb. class by forfeit. Ray Giske, also of Theta Chi, threw Ralph Smith, independent, to annex the 168-lb. belt. In the lighter divisions. Babe Borgersen, Delta Psi Delta, won in the 158-lb. class; Harold Sharpe, independent, tossed Bud Mandles of Zeta Beta Tau at 138 lbs. ; Chuck Newell, Phi Kappa Tau, took all comers at 128 lbs., and Everett McKellar, independ- ent, was crowned " flyweight " king in the 118-lb. division. Theta Chi was awarded the intramural wrestling championship for having placed two winners in the final bouts. BOXING (1932) There being no varsity boxing teams this year, Coach Norm Kunde turned his atten- tion entirely to the intramural card and the would-be mitt slingers put on an interesting show lasting well through the winter season. In a series of matches sponsored by the Minor " W Club, eliminations were carried on in each of the seven weight divisions, the finalists meeting in an All-L niversity event which drew a large crowd to the intramural gym. None of last season ' s varsity men being eligible, the ringsiders missed some of the technique and class of the finished collegiate boxer, but there was plenty of the spirit, punch, and speed on hand to provide the necessary action for the fans. Negley England, Phi Gamma Delta, for- mer heavyweight champion of Culver Mil- itary Academy, was the chief contender for the heavy title, but Van Nutley, Sigma Chi, gave him a tough scrimmage before the ex- cadet was awarded the decision. Both boys had been scrapping over the center position
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1 1 It, cV Sigma Nu Touch Football Squad TOUCH FOOTBALL (1931) Sigma Nu, long prominent for football heroes, retained its superiority when the touch football team representing that house took a 12 to victory from Phi Kappa Phi to win the Octonek trophy, emblematic of University supremacy in that sport. Sigma Nu excess of brawn won over their lighter opponents who put up stubborn resistance all the way. OUTDOOR BASEBALL (1931) With 17 men coming to bat in the third inning, smacking out 3 hits and sending 11 men across the home plate, mostly on errors, the Sigma Nu outdoor baseball team downed Alpha Sigma Phi 17 to 11 to win the cham- pionship of the season. It was a tight battle, with runs crossing the plate galore. Except for that hectic third inning, both teams were evenly matched in all departments of the game. JUNIOR DAY Phi Sigma Kappa retained its hold on Junior Day water sports supremacy for an- other year, mainly due to the exceptional prowess of Bill Howard who took firsts in both canoe singles and the barge war along with various other points. The Phi Sigma Kappas, all in all, collect- ed 20 points, which was just one more than Phi Delta Theta with 19. Next in line for honors was Chi Phi, ably supported by Thomas Sedgwick, with 15 points. Finish Club with 9 and Alpha Tau Omega and P. E. Club with 6 counters each. Bill Howard, Phi Sig, was the outstanding performer of the day and won first place in individual scoring. Thomas Sedgwick of Chi Phi was next, followed by Seaton Prince, Phi Delta Theta, and Jerry Flanagan, A.T.O. Results of the meet were as follows: Canoe singles — Bill Howard, Phi Sigma Kappa Canoe doubles — William Driver, Tom Sedgwick, Chi Phi 50-yd. free style — Seaton Prince, Phi Delta Theta 50-yd. breast stroke — Otto Guise, Finish Club 50-yd. back stroke — Lawrence Bayles, P. E. Club Barge war — Bill Howard, Phi Sigma Kappa Diving — Clarence Shreeve, P. E. Club Log rolling — Dennis McKinney, Phi Delta Theta 100-yd. free style — Thomas Sedgwick. Chi Phi Relay— Won by Phi Delta Theta Women ' s event: Canoe doubles — Won by Zeta Tau Alpha
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