THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
The S. A. E. team, which will play
McEver Is Nation's
DELTS HEAD IN gue winner weektheforIndependent
S. A. E. Takes Volleyball
Crown, Jumping To Second
Place In Spirited Contest
For Participation Trophy
The Delta Tail Delta fraternity
forged Into the lead of the Intratrophy race,
collecting 40 points In the volleyball
tournament which closed Wednesday to get a total accumulation of
176 points at the present stage of
the race. Six points behind the
leaders and well In front of the rest
of the pack Is Sigma Alpha Epsllon,
winner of the frntcrnlty volleyball
The S. A. E. boys, winners of the
second division of the volleyball
tourney with a clean slate of eight
victories, crushed the Delta Tan
Delta team, first division tltllst and
previously undefeated, In the fraternity finals held Wednesday night
in the Men's Gym. The new champs
won in three sets by the scores of
to the participation points, the winners and runners-u- p
large silver loving cups by Sid
Robinson, Intramural director.
was composed of
Roberts, Combs, McDraycr, Itogcre,
Kclley, and Maxon. The Delta lineup Included Trott, Chapman, Howard, Wooton, Payton, and Thorn.
Prior to the completion of this
sport, the Alpha Tau Omega was
slightly In the van of the other
competitors with 133 points, three
more than the Dclts' total but the
division crown and eight victories
put the latter team In the lead. S.
A. E took eight wins, the division
championship, and the fraternity
crown added 90 points to their previous total of 74 to gain second place
for the present.
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E. 23 175 G:00'i Youngstown, Ohio.
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K. 21 183 5:114 Youngstoun, Ohio.
Wesley Fester, Ohio State
T. 22 203 0:02
Elmer SIcIrIU, Purdue
Intcrnat'l Falls, Minn,
Itrnnko Najrurskl, Minnesota ....T. 21 210 6:02
O. 22 200 6:01 nerkcley, Calif.
ncrt Scltwarz, California
G. ii ism 5: ii Columbus, Ohio.
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New York City
C. 20 193 6:02
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Mt. Vernon, N. V.
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21 175 5:09S McKcc Kocks, Pcnn.
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High Grid Scorer
ENDS Douglas, Harvard; Tanner,
Minnesota; Bates, Western Maryland; Nemccek, New York University; Dalrymple, Tulane; Arbelblde,
Southern California; Norton, California; Muuler Stanford; Carlmark,
Rosenzwelg, Carnegie; Provincial,
Scott, Virginia Military; Churchill,
Oklahoma; Truskowskl, Michigan;
Van Slckel, Florida.
TACKLES Perry, Army; Barfleld,
Princeton; Vincent, Yale; Mooney,
Georgetown; Brown, Texas; Kemp,
Duquesne; Miller, Lehigh; Brown
Bowdoln; Tackwell, Kansas Aggies;
Tandy, Stanford; Grant, New York;
Van Bibber, Purdue; Haines, Colgate; Ackerman, St. Mary's; Dlehl,
Idaho; Swofford, Clemson; Westra,
Iowa; Radlck, Marquette; Richards,
Nebraska; Colbert, Oregon.
Barrager, Southern California; Hare,
Itfale; Roberts, Iowa; Koch, Baylor;
Atkeson, Kansas; Bauman, Kansas
Aggies; Koepke, Navy; Anderson,
Northwestern; Dreshar, Carnegie;
Poe, Michigan; Brown, Vanderbllt;
ISelby, Ohio State; DIMeolo, Pitts-- I
burgh; Brumbelow, Texas Christian;
iMagai, Pennsylvania; Hunt, Cornell;
Gillson, Colgate; Tracey, Fordham;
Helnecke, Stanford; Hawley, Davis
and Elkins; Hughes, Navy; Andres,
Dartmouth; Havens, Western Maryland; Kawal, Illinois; Lardner, Detroit; Dye, Southern California;
Beall, South Carolina; Roberts, Tunil
lane; Barratt, Ohio State; Nagle
QUARTERBACKS Dodd. Tennessee; Saunders
and Duf field,
Southern California; Clark, Colorado
College; McLennan, Yale; Pharmer,
Minnesota; Gullck, Hobart; Hol-maOhio State; Morrow, Montana;
Waldorf, Missouri; Hart, Colgate;
Kitzmlller, Oregon: Wertz, Ohio
Wesleyan; Gilbert, Southern Methodist; Wilson, Baylor; Peters, Illinois; Evans, Maryland:
Glenn, West Virginia; Wood, Harvard.
Hufford, Washington; Glassgow and
Pape, Iowa; Elder, Notre Dame;
Masters and Gentle, Pennsylvania;
Stennett, St. Mary's, California;
Harmeson, Purdue; Warren, Davis
and Elkins; Mays, Harvard: Benedict, Duquesne; Wittmer, Princeton;
Leland, Texas Christian; Shelley,
Texas; McElreath, Baylor; Kelly,
Kentucky; Spring, Navy; Hewitt,
Columbia; Dowler, Colgate: Sisk,
Marquette; Creeden, Boston College;
Carr, Colorado Mines; Gembis,
Michigan; Thomason, Georgia Tech;
Sloan, Nebraska; Crlder, Oklahoma;
Follett, New York University; Hoot-stei- n,
Boston University; Van Nice,
Chicago; H. Rebholtz, Wisconsin.
Savoldl. . Notre
Dame; Murrel, Army; Yunevlch,
Purdue: Bausch, Kansas; Schwartz,
Stanford; Bergherm, Northwestern:
Hlnkle, Bucknell; Clifton, Navy; Hill
....Frank Baker, Northwestern
. . .Jap Douds, Wash. & Jeff.
....John Law, Notre Dame
....Tony Siano, Fordham
....Ray Farrls, North Carolina
....Fred Slngton, Alabama
....Wear Schoonovcr, Arkansas
....Alble Booth, Yale
.Willis Banker, Tulane
....Benjamin Lorn, California
....Earl Pomeroy, Utah
and Muslck, Southern California;
Llntzcnich, St. Louis; Cox, Kansas;
Cawthorn, Florida; Grossman, Rutgers; Johnson, Haskell.
Final standings of Southern Conference football teams, together
with points scored by and against
W. L. T. Pet. Pts. Op.
Tulane .... 6 0 0 1,000 279 39
6 0 1 1,000 330 19
N. Carolina 7 1 0
.875 346 62
Florida .... 6 1 0 .857 188 73
Vanderbllt . 5 1 0 .833 187 56
KENTUCKY 3 1 1 .750 237 54
V. M. 1
La. State .
Clemson ... 3
Va. Poly ... 2
Ga. Tech ..3
Virginia ... 1
Maryland .. 1
W. and L. . . 1
Miss. A & M 0
Sewanee ... 0
Ole Miss ... 0
N. C. State
Auburn .... 0
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Big Six Young. Nebraska;
Games, 8; touchdowns, 5; point
after touchdown, 0; field goals, 0;
total points, 30.
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The first and second divisions of
volleythe intramural round-robi- n
schedules. The Delta Tau
Delta team was the winner of the
first division and the S. A. E.'s lead
Sigma Beta XI and the Sigma Chi
were tied for second place In the
first bracket with the six wins and
two loses. Alpha Sigma Phi, In the
second division, broke the tape behind the S. A. E. 's.
Delta Tal Delta
Sigma Beta Xi
Alpha Gamma Rho.. ...... 4
Alpha Gamma Epsllon ... 2
Phi Delta Theta
Sigma Alpha Epsllon
Alpha Sigma Phi
Alpha Tau Omega
PI Kappa Alpha
,Phl Sigma Kappa
In the third division, Bradely Hall
and Calvary Baptist are leading the
field. The winner of this bracket
will play the fraternity champion.
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Notre Dame . ,
St. Mary's Calif
Saving his biggest scoring splurge
for the last game of the season,
Gene McEvcr, flashy Tennessee
halfback, has won the national football Individual scoring race.
McEvcr tallied five touchdowns
and three points after touchdowns
against South Carolina Saturday to
run his season's total to 130 points,
8 1 198
just two more than Clarke Hlnkle,
0 1 143
Bucknell fullback, the previous
7 2 170
Southern Methodist . . 0 4 172 30
The leader In each of the eight
major groups or conferences as
compiled by the Associated Press,
South McEvcr, Tennessee:
Games, 10; touchdowns, 21; point
from a new angle!
after touchdown, 4; field goals, 0; THE NEW CHIMNEY CORNER
total points, 130.
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East Hlnkle, Bucknell: Games,
10; touchdowns, 21;
touchdown, 2; field goals, 0; total
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Games, 11; touchdowns, 14; point
after touchdown, 1; field goals, 0;
total points, 85.
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State: Games, 10; touchdowns, 14;
ypoint after touchdown, 0; field
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goals, 0; total points, 84.
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Rocky Mountain Clark, Colorado
College: Games, 7; touchdowns, 9;
point after touchdown, 8; field
goals, 2; total points, 68.
Games, 9; touchdowns, 9; point
after touchdown, 5; field goals, 0;
total points, 59.
Big Ten Bergherm, Northwestern: Games, 8; touchdowns, 8;
point after touchdown, 5; field
goals, 0; total points, 53.
Pharmer, Minnesota: Games, 8;
touchdowns, 6; point after touchdown, 8; field goals, 3; total points,
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from a few games In the
South and far West, that cannot affect the standing, football has closed
Its slate for the season with little
Western Maryland leading nil the
rest in victories.
Dick Harlow's charges from
Md closed a great season
on Saturday with a 12 to 0 victory
over Maryland, In Western Maryland's eleventh successive victory,
wun neither tie nor dercat. Thirteen other unbeaten teams trailed
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