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May 15, 1959 - Image 6

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'ou have tried the Rest--Now try the Best

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Psi Omega Stops PEI;
Law Club Upsets NSN

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ONE-HALF FRIED CHICKEN.
SIRLOIN STEAK,........ ...
BREADED VEAL STEAK ....'.. .
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Professional fraternity softball
play rolled into the semi-final
round of play on Wines Field last
night.
In the first of the two games
played, Psi Omega edged out a
narrow 5-4 victory over Phi Ep-
silon Kappa, The contest was
loosely played as both pitchers
tossed good games but had poor
support. Winning pitcher George
Hoaglin gave the physical educa-
tion majors only four hits, while
PEK's losing chucker, John
Greenwood limited the dental stu-
dents to two.
In the nightcap, the usually
talent-laden Nu Sigma Nu was
upset by the Law Club, 11-8. Big

sticker for Law Club was Homer
Bradley who lived up to his name
by poling out a homer in the
lawyers' big five run first inning.
He later added a double.
The only batter to hit for the
distance for the Nu Sigma Nu's
was Serge Delgado in the fourth.
Psi, Omega and Law Club will
meet next week for the title.
Residence Hall B' action saw
Cooley dump Winchell out of the
first place playoffs, 9-8, and earn
the right to face Gomberg in the
finals. Bill Stoll was Cooley's dis-
tance hitter as he tallied the
game's only circuti clout.
Cooley is the defending 'B' soft-
ball champion.

HAMBURGER STEAK

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PORK CHOPETTES . ... .........
ROAST. BEEF ,............
ROAST PORK . . . . ...........
SPAGHETTI with MEAT SAUCE
HAMBURGER ,SPECIAL.......

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told the audience of his experiences as a Wolverine player.
RECALLS PLAYING DAYS AT 'M':
Oosterbaan Talks at South Quad

Phone NO 2-9442

Fast Carry-Out Service

ITALIAN PIZZA
.."It's a meal In itself"..

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By MIKE GUILMAN

W. Liberty and Stadium Blvd.,

Ann Arbor, Mich.

Former Wolverine coach, Ben-
nie Oosterbaan, did a little remi-
niscing last night as he spoke be-
fore the athletes of South Quad.
Oosterbaan spoke to the audi-
ence at the annual sports ban-
quet concerning his playing days
at Michigan, and especially his
meetings with the "Galloping
Ghost" of Illinois, Red Grange.
Said Oosterbaan, "One of our
linemen was once asked if he had
ever tackled Grange. And he

proudly answered, 'No, but I
touched him once.
He wistfully remembered things
such as the days when Michigan
State was a practice game for the
rest of the schedule, and said,
"How I wish those days would re-
turn!"
He, recalled happily that the
Wolverines topped Illinois and
Grange in his senior year (1927),
in a game in which all 22 men who
started played the full 60 minutes.

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PUZZLE

CONTEST

FOR STUDENTS AND FACULTY MEMBERS

LIGHT UPAND LIVE IT UPI 3 great cgarettes offer you 627 chances to win!
So pick your pack-save the six wrappers-and get going! It's crossword puzzle fun and real
smoking pleasure all the way!
ENTER OFTEN-NAVE FUN-AND WINI But think carefully! This puzzle is not as easy as it looks. At
first the DOWN and ACROSS clues may appear simple. There may appear to be more than one "right"
answer. For example, the clue.might read: "Many a coed will be given her best date's P- -N." Either "I'
(PIN) or "E" (PEN) would seem to fit. But-only oneanswer is apt and logical as decided by the judging staff,
and therefore correct. Read the rules carefully. ENTER AS OFTEN AS YOU WISH. Good luck!

RULES--PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
1. The College Puzzle Contest is open to college
students and college faculty members except em-
ployees and their immediate families of Liggett
& Myers and its advertising agencies.
2. Fill in all missing letters . .. print clearly.-Tse
of obsolete, archaic, variant or foreign words
prohibited. After you have completed the puzzle,
send it along with six em ptypackage wrappers
of the same brand from L&M, Chesterfield or
Oasis cigarettes (or one reasonable hand-drawn
facsimile of a complete package wrapper of any
one of the three brands) to: Liggett & Myers,
P. O. Box 271, New York 46, N. Y. Enter as
often as you wish, but be sure to enclose six
package wrappers (or a facsimile) with each
entry. Illegible entries will not be considered.
3. Entries must be postmarked by midnight,
Friday, May 29,1959 and received by midnightr
Friday, June 5, 1959.
4. Entries will be judged by the Bruce-Richards
Corporation,-an independent judging organiza-
tion, on the basis of logic and aptness of thought
of solutions. In the event of ties, contestants will
be required to complete in 25 words or less the
following statement: "My favorite cigarette is
(Chesterfield) (L&M) or (Oasis) because. ...."-
Entries will be judged on originality, aptness of.
thought and interest by the Bruce-Richards

.---HURRY! ENTER NOW! CONTEST CLOSES MAY 29,1959 - - --- --i
CLUES ACROSSa
1. These may indicate that a nation is prepared to wage war in the air. ! 1L 5 7
6. Some college students.O
10.IWhen at :......., Light up an Oasis.
11. Sinking ship deserter.A
12. Plural pronoun.
13. One expects .........discussions in a sociology class.
16. A student's'careless..........might annoy a short-story instructor
1G. Initials of Uruguay and Denmark.
1 18. Germanium (Chem:)I
19. Nova Scotia (Abbr.) 6 7
21. It probably would count when you pick a horse to bet on.
22. Sometimes a girl on a date must.......into her pocketbook to help 19
p.ay the tab.Y EE
23. The muscle-builder's ........'may fascinate a poorly developed man.
24. Chemical Engineer (Abbr.)
26. Campers will probably be.........by a forest fire.
29. When starting a trip, tourists usually look forward to the first.........E
j32. At home.
32.Literate in Arts (Abbr.)] 27
33. Familiar for faculty member.
S Associate in Arts (Abbr.)
36. One could appear quite harmless at times.
37. Reverse the first part of "L&M".
38. What will soon appear in a bombed-out city.
CLUES DOWN: 37
L. The beginning and end of pleasure.
2. A rural......... can be inviting to a vacationist.
3. Second and third letters of OASIS.
4 When one ish........packed, it could be exasperating to remember PRINT CLEARLY! ENTER AS OFTEN AS YOU WISH
I few articles that should be included. Mail to Liggett & Myers, P. 0. Box 271, New York 46, New York. Be
5.rwould pay to be careful when glass isT....E.. sure to attach six empty package wrappers of the same brand (or
Grounds to relax on with a mild CHESTERFIELD.asimile) from Chesterfield, L&M or Oasis cigarettes.
7.! Author ......Ambler. fasml)foIhsefed &,o ai iaets

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