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Near Zero Weather
Handicaps Golfers
(Special to The Daily)
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., May 31-
Handicapped by rain and near
freezing temperature, Michigan's golf
team carded a 618 score and stood
second to Ohio State's linksmen
whose 615 led the field in the first
half of the Conference championships
at Minneapolis today.
Individual honors for the day went
to Minnesota's Jarvis Knutson who
shot a 72-76-148. Runner-up was
John Jacobs of Iowa with a 73-77--
150. Iowa's 625 was third in the team
running, while Minnesota had 633,
Purdue 635, Northwestern 637, Illi-
nois 638, Wisconsin 648 and Indiana
654.
For the Wolverines Bill Court-
right was low man with a 77-75--
152 and Pete Elliott followed with
a 76-78 for a total of 154. Court-
right's score tied Buckeye John
Krisko's for fourth place in the
field as another Ohio man, Alex
Polli, finished third with 151. El-
liott finished seventh behind North-
western's ace De La. Torre who
carded 153.
Michigan's number one man, Dave
Barclay started out well with a 75,
but couldn't hold the pace in the
bitter weather conditions. He carded
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81 in the afternoon round for 1561
total. Ed Schalon also shot a 156 total
to tie Barclay.
Number five and six men for the
Wolverines, whose scores of course
don't count in the team total, were
Rog Kessler with an 81-76-157 and
Bill Ramsey who shot a 76-83-159.
The other two Buckeyes' scores
which figured in the low team total
were turned in by John Zoller and
Pete Sol, both of whom carded
156. Last year's individual champ,
Howard Baker was number five
man for Ohio with 161. The other
Buckeye score was Hamilton's 163.
Although Michigan's scores were
higher than what the golfers are
capable of shooting, all six men play-
ed exceptionally well, according to
coach Bill Barclay.
Courtright's 75 round and Kess-
ler's 76 looked especially good to
Barclay who says the team still has
an excellent chance to take the
championship away from Ohio to-
morrow.
Big Ten Track M(
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quarter, striding smoothly past the
tape in :48.3. Michigan's Hugh
Short's qualifying time was three-
tenths off this mark, while Horace,
Coleman placed easily in his heat
with a :49 clocking.
Returning with a vengeance after
being edged out of a place in the
100-yard dash, Wolverine Val John-
son placed third behind Bill Mathis
and McKenley in one heat of the
220. McKenley barely nosed out thec
rapidly improving Michigan sprinter.j
Marthis' time was :21.5, one tenth<

s"I~ U~lE as. I eI IJ J es Ia eII Assalt Is UePlmw~li ( Iwiec'
NEW YORK, May 31-.'/-The
OSU Nr Lig triplecrown, a paycheck of close to
(~tI ~di ar~ cO~ \ilIth loe.t$80,000 and 'an)t mn racing's,
As Semi-FiaLs E mdtch of the meet-ii taig.Charles!top dozenney winners will be
As S mi t ls .14,111 1Lindquist from Nor thwextern, 6-4, wating for Ass tult at the finish of
13-11. Evans meets Chicago's Howard the Belmont tomorrow, and it ap-
(SpeciaMl to The Daily) Husum in number five finals match peared about all the clubfoot comet
CHICAGO, Ill., May 31-Jim Evans tomor'ow. had to do to collect was to show up.
is Michigan's sole representative in Hal Cook, Michigan's six man, A estecooaecapo
the finals of the Big Ten champion- dok ihgnssxmn At least. th1e chocolate champ of
(hefinls f te Bg Tn campon-drew a preliminary match with Dick the Derby a~d Preakness was the
ships as the Wolverines were virtu- Fine of Chicago and won, 64, 63. e a ene the
ally eliminated from the team title In his quarterfinal match, Cook had nciest glamour boy entered in t
at the end of the semi-final founds little trotible in heating Wisconsin's field of ten at Belmont today for to-
completed today as rain forced the Bob Tank in straight ets 6-3, 6-. morrow's 78th running of the ancient
matches to be held in Chicago's in- Mel Randoll of Illinois, who beat mile anl a half, "third gem" of the
door courts.C triple crown, which is expected to
Cook earlier in the season, beat himn bring; out a crowd of 50,000.
The Ohio State netmen lead the again in the semifinals, 6-0, 3-6, 6-3.
field at the end of two days compe- Randoll meets Bob Bowen of OUS ----
tition with 102 points, while the in the final round.I
favored Illini are one-half point be- Mikih Splits hMwpe DAILY OFFICIAL
hind them. Northwestern and Chi- Michigan's other two points were
cago follow with nine and one-half gained by Bill Mikulich and Dean, BUI ETIN
end eight and one-half points, res- McClusky. In his first number two
pectively. Michigan is fifth with a match, Mikulich defeated Bill Van
total of five and one-half points. Camp of the Boilermakers, 6-3, 6-1, (Continued from Page 2)
Evans Wins ___
Evans, playing at number five BASEBALL ments and Occupational Information,
positions, ran through Arnold Leven- Michigan and Ohio State will e 201 Mason Hall.
stein of Ohio State ,in straight sets, meet in a doubleheader at 1:30
6-3, 6-3, in the quarterfinal round p.m. today at Ferry Field. Cliff
yesterday. Today he presented a Wise and Earl Block of the Wol- Unitarian Summer Workeamp in
- verines are slated to oppose Buck- the Netherlands: Applications to par-
eyes' Ray MacDonald and Bill ticipate in a Unitarian Summer
~ ,e ,,Schmitter on the mound. Workeamp in the Netherlands will
" " " be received from University Students
and lost to Larry Daly of Northwes- by Rev. Edward H. Redman, Uni-
slower than Lloyd LaBeach's win- tern in the semifinals, 6-3, 7-5. tarian Church, 1917 Washtenaw, Tel.
Dinar effort in +hat.h heat-. TN,-1l- ---3085. The camp will be held during

igers, Nuts Oper Todty
WASHINGTON, May 31.& --The
Detroit Tigers and Washingtoni Sen-
ators rested up today for the Satur-
day opening of their three-game
series to determine the immediate
occupant of third place in American
League standings.
Detroit and Washington currently
are in a virtual deadlock for the
third notch, with the Senators four
percentage points ahead.
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Keller Stars «is Yanks )1Win
NEW YORK, May 31-(A')-Aided
by Charlie Keller's three-run homer
in the first inning, the New York
Yankees battered the Philadelphia
Athletics under the lights tonight,
8-1, to gain a half game on the pace
setting Boston Red Sox in the Ameri-
can League.
Phil. 100 000 000-1 11 2
New York 410 120 00x-8 10 0
Fowler, Savage (2) and Rosar;
Page and Robinson.

Yost'oing Well'
Fielding H. Yost, 75-year-old Uni.-
versity Athletic Director Emeritus
is "doing very well" today following
a severe stroke suffered May 14 while
visiting his brother at Battle Creek.
"The Grand Old Man" of Wol-
verine sports returned to Ann Arbor
yesterday and took the trip with com-
parative ease. Mrs. Yost reported.
"Considering his improved condi-
tion, we haven't even called his local
physician," she said.
Last Day Today
VlrOLANDA AND THE THIEF
with Fred Astaire
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Sunday and Monday
THIS LOVE OF OURS
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and-
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nois placed four men in the finals
of this event.
LaBeach and Mathis recorded ex-
cellent :9.8 100-yard dashes, each
man pulling up short at the finish.
The apparent ease of LaBeach's twin
victories in both dashes, led obser-
vers to elevate him to the favored
spot in tomorrow's finals.
Walker, Duff Lead in Hurdles
George Walker, defending hurdles
champion, led the field in qualifying
for the lows in :24 but saw his mark
of :15.1 for the highs eclipsed by
Lloyd Duff of Ohio State, who flit-
ted over the barriers in :14.8.
Michigan's hopes for a first place
in the high jump were lifted when it
was learned late in the evening that
Dike Eddleman, Illinois favorite in
the event, had pulled a muscle and
might not compete in his specialty.
Eddleman injured himself as he
failed to qualify in broad jump, the
best preliminary leap of which was
LaBeach's 24 ft. 3 in. try.

MIcUIusky fought two close sets in
beating Don Gunner of the Gophers,
7-5, 6-4. Chicago's Robert Tully
eliminated Michigan's four man in
straight sets, 6-1, 6-3. Tully and Ray
Von Spreckelson of Illinois meet in
the finals.
Hersh Loses
All other of the Maize and Blue
entrants were eliminated in their
first contests. Jack Hersh lost to
Earl Theimer of Chicago in the
number one preliminary match, 3-6,
7-5, 6-2. In the number three singles
spot, Fred Wellington won but one
game as he lost to the Buckeyes'
Tom Mitchell, 6-1, 6-0.
In the number one doubles, Hersh
and Evans were beaten by Dave
Rogers and George Alexander of Pur-
due, 3-6, 6-4, 6-2. Michigan's number
two pair, Mikulich and Wellington,
went down to defeat before Migdow
and Jim Gates, 5-7, 6-2, 7-5. The
number three duo of McClusky and
Paul Schoenlaub lost to Illinois' Ran-
doll and Fred Steers, 6-1, 6-1.

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LOST AND FOUND,
LOST: 4 keys in a key holder in
vicinity of South State St. near the
campus. Call 6913. Reward. (20
LOST: Pi Beta Phi pin, May 29.
Engraved "Dorothy Eycleshymer".
Sentimental value. Finder call 2-
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LOST: Behind Angell Hall, May 29,
red and blue girl's Shelby bike,
with rusty bell, wire basket. Re-
ward for information resulting in
return. Call Jean 2-5232. (22
LOST: Chi Omega pin between An-
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WANTED
ROOM: Two senior veterans, for
fall and spring semesters. Univer-
sity and townspeople references.
Phone 'Tom McNall, 115 Winchell.
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SWAP: Furnished three-bedroomed
house in Seattle, Washington,
walking distance from University
for similar house within fifteen
miles of Ann Arbor. Beginning fall
term or earlier. Box 58. (11
WANTED--Ride to California after
June 15th-Will share expense. Call
West Quad, 2-4401. 10 Winchell.
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MIDWAY Bicycle Shop, 322 E. Lib-
erty. We have rebuilt used bikes
for sale. Your bike can be expertly
repaired also.
HELP WANTED
FULL TIME CLERK WANTED. Over
21. Knowledge of music, typing.
Call in person. Lyon & Healy, 508
E. William. (15
POSITIONS open for counselors for
Y.M.C.A. camp, summer 1946. Ap-
ply Y.M.C.A., Ann Arbor.

WANTED: Three young men for
dishwashers at children's camp
near Ann Arbor, June 27 to Sept.
1. Salary $35 a9week plus room
and board. Box 59. (10
HELP WANTED: Male drug clerk,
full or part time, experience pre-
ferred. Top pay. Apply Witham
Drug Company in person only.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Remington triple-head
electric razor. Brand new. Call
P-il, Law Club, 4145. (19
TUXEDO for sale. Size 38, 31-31.
Double-breasted. For more infor-
mation Ph. 2-7383 or write Mer-
rill Wilson, 1111 Woodlawn. (21
FOR SALE: German Reflecta cam-
era, Spaulding top-flight tennis
racket, squash racket. Call 2-4616
after 7 P.M.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT: Summer session only,
3 room apartment furnished. No
children, animals. Modern. Write
box 25, Michigan Daily. (18
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HILDEGARDE SEWING SHOP, 116,
E. Huron. Let us make your drapes,
alterations, and custom made
clothes! Phone 2-4669.
MEN'S Used Clothing Wanted. Best
prices paid. Sam's Store, 122 East
Washington.
COMPLETE SERVICE on your fur
coat. Cold storage, insurance, clean-
ing, glazing, restyling, repairing.
Ginsberg, 607 E. Liberty.
TYPEWRITERS bought, sold, rented,
repaired. Work guaranteed. Two
days' service. Office EquipmentI
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| July and August. Campers will live
and work in groups of three and four
on Dutch Farms, with field trips ar-
ranged under the American director.
' The program is set up in co-operation
with the Dutch Ministry and the
Dutch Unitarian Churches. Sailing
first week of July with return first
~week of September. Maximum cost
will be $500. Applications must be
made soon for processing through the
State Department.
Other Unitarian Workcamp op-,
portunities exist in this country es-
pecially for college students. One
in co-operation with the Council for
Co-operative Development in Chi-
cago, and a recreational project in
Detroit.
WILLOW VILLAGE PROGRAM
for veterans and their wives:
Saturday, June 1: Club Room
Dancing, 8:30-11:30 p.m. Club Room,
West Lodge.
Sunday, June 2: Classical Music,
Records, 3-5 p.m. Office, West Lodge.
Academic Notices
Doctoral Examination for Samuel
Waldfogel, Psychology; thesis: "In-
dividual Differences in the Frequency
and Affective Character of Child-
hood Memories," today at 10:00 a.m.,
in room 4128 Natural Science. Chair-
man, J. F. Shepard.
Sociology 196 will have its final
examination on Tuesday, June 11,
from 7:00-9:00 p.m., Room D, Haven
Hall.
Seminar in physical chemistry will
meet on Tuesday, June 4, in Room
410 Chemistry Building at 4:15 p.m.
Sister Miriam Michael will speak on
"Light absorption of iodine in differ-
ent solvents" and Mr. James Lutton
will speak on "Oxygen-fluorine com-
pounds." All interested are invited.
Sophomores with B standing inter-
ested in enrolling in the College Hon-
ors Program for their Junior and
Senior years should see Professor
Dodge, 17 Angell Hall. Office hours:
1:00 to 2:30 daily, except Tuesday.
Concerts
Carillon Recital: Percival Price,
University Carillonneur, will present
a program at 3:00 Sunday afternoon,
June 2, which will include a group
of hymns, Sonata for carillon by Van
Hoof, and six British folk songs.
Student Recital: Harry I. Phillips
will present a recital in partial ful-
fillment of the requirements for the
degree of Master of Music in Wood-
wind Instruments, at 8:30 Tuesday
evening, June 4, in the Lydia Mend-
elssohn Theatre.
He will be assisted by Mildred
Andrews, pianist, and Edward Or-
mond, violist, in a program during
which he will play compositions for
the clarinet, flute, and oboe. His in-
structors in these instruments have
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