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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1947

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I-M Building Scene of orts

Trout Tames
Yankees With
Six-Hit Stint
Detroit Pushes Over
WinningRunsinNinth
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., March
25-(IT)-Paul (Dizzy) Trout, No.
2 man of the Tiger mound staff
went the route today for a 3-2
triumph over the New York Yan-
kees before 1,785 paid customers
at Lang Field.
Trout held the Yankees scoreless
with three hits until the ninth
frame when Cliff Mapes' single
tallied Tommy Henrich who had
singled and Larry Berra who
doubled.
Until the ninth the only show of
stre1gth Bucky Harris' men were
able to make was in the first frame
when consecutive singles by Bobby
Brown and George McQuinn pro-
duced a scoring threat killed
quickly by Trout.
Spud Chandler, who pitched
six good frames for the Yanks,
permitted a tally in the first in-
ning on two walks and a single.
The Tigers did not score again
until the top of the ninth inning
when with Al Lyons hurling, sin-
gles by George Vico, Hoot Evers'
fly and Eddie Mayo's one-baser
produced a pair of tallies.
Detroit (A) 100 000 002--3 8 1
N. Y. (A) 000 000 002-2 6 0
Trout and Swift; -
Chandler, Lyons (7) and Houk.
OTHER SCORES
Pittsb'h (N) 000 002 030-5 2 2
St. Lo'is (A) 002 000 13x-610 0
Singleton, Mulcahy (6) and Sal
keld;
Potter, Fannin (6) and Early.
Cinci'ti (N) 031 300 101-9 9 0
Phila. (N) 100 000 020-3 7 2

BoxingFinals HighlightProgram

Card of Seven
Bouts Slated
Trio Of Ex-Golden
Glovers Seek Titles
Action aplenty is slated for to-
night as the finals of the All-
Campus Boxing Tournament will
be run off at 8 p.m. to climax the
Intramural B u i l d i n g's Open
House.
Due to the enthusiasm of the
spectators at last Thursday's pre-
liminaries, a crowd exceeding
2,000 is expected to attend the
fights this evening. A special in-
vitation has been tendered Ath-
letic Director Fritz Crisler and
the other members of the Inter-
collegiate Board in Control for
the University of Michigan.
Plug for Boxing Team
It is hoped that when these
men see the quality and quantity
of the fighters, coupled with the
ready acceptance of the students,
they will be favorably impressed
with the possibilities of a boxing
team for Michigan next season.
The fighters that will be batt-
ling for the championships in
their respective divisions tonight
are:
Dick Kuder vs Byron Dean at
127 pounds.
Milt Higgs vs Bob Marshall
135 pounds.
Dick Keeler vs Bob Harrison
145 pounds.
Don Ayers vs Bill Muha 155
pounds.
Ed Burns vs Jerry Winegart
165 pounds.
Mark Abend vs Jud Litsey
lightheavies.
Ralph Kohl vs Dick Kemp-
thorn heavyweights.
George Athans. who was orig-
inally slated to meet Ralph Kohl
the night of the preliminaries, re-
covered from the illness that had
sidelined him, and he met Kohl
in a three-round bout yesterday
in the I-M Building. Although
close all the way, Kohl managed
to garner the decision 88-84 with
a spurt in the final round.
Use 14-ounce Gloves
The bouts tonight will be over
the three round routs with each
stanza lasting two minutes. The
boxers are slated to use 14-ounce
gloves instead of the professional
eight-ounce mitts, an added pre-
caution to avoid serious injury.
The winners tonight will each
receive gold medals testifying to
their superiority in the respective
weight divisions. And anyone who
shows promise tonight is almost
a sure bet to win a spot on any
boxing squad which may be
formed.
IBA Scoring Used
The same scoring system ini-
tiated by the Intercollegiate Box-
ing Association will be used to-
night. The judges are Ed Coch-
ran and Henry Lasch with Chuck
Orwick handling the refereeing.
It will be interesting to note
how Ed Burns, Linus "Jud" Litsey
and Bob Harrison fare this even-
ing as each of them has had pre-
vious Golden Gloves experience
in the ring. They all looked good
in winning their first-round
matches. last Thursday.

Tonight's Agenda
6:45 Independent Basketball,
Finals
All-Campus Tennis Match
7:00 Volleyball Game
Codeball Exhibition
Necatos Exhibition
Weight Lifting
7:30 Dormitory Swimming Fin-
als
Boxing Exhibition
8:00 All-Campus H a n d b a 1l
Finals
Volleyball Game
Dormitory Water P o1o
Finals
Codeball
Necatos
All-Campus Boxing Fin-
als
8:15 Varsity Diving Exhibition
8:30 Fraternity Swimming Fin-
als
All-C a m p u s Badminton
Semi-finals
. 9:00 Dormitory Basketball Fin-
als
Codeball Exhibition
Necatos Exhibition
9:15 Varsity Diving
9:30 Independent Relays
Trampoline Exhibition be-
tween halves of Fraternity bas-
ketball game.
Fencing Exhibition between
halves of Independent basket-
ball game.
Canucks Win
MONTREAL, March 25-(A')--
The defending champion Montreal
Canadiens defeated the Boston
Bruins 3-1 tonight in the opening
game of their best-of-seven series
Stanley Cup semi-final. The Ca-
nadiens went on top with two
third-period goals after the game
had been deadlocked 1-1 since
early in the first frame.

Sixteenth All-Campus Show
Has Twenty Events Scheduled

By BEV BUSSEY
Richard will not be doorman
at the 16th Intramural Open
House tonight for the doors will
be wide open to the entire student
body to come in and see a pro-
gram of twenty different sports
arranged by I-M director, Earl
Riskey, and scheduled to last
from 6:45 until 10 p.m.
An invitation has also been ex-
tended to the varsity coaches and
members of the Board in Control
of Athletics. who will be able to
see the material Michigan can
offer for a varsity boxing team
when they watch the finals of
the All-Campus boxing tourna-
ment.
According to'Coach Wally Web-
er. "The' past Open Houses have
been wonderful shows of ath-
letics."
And this year is certainly no
exception. Of special interest to
all students will be the champion-
ship basketball tilts of the inde-
pendent, fraternity. and residence
halls leagues. At 6:45 the Mis-
fits and the Rebels set off the
fireworks for the evening's pro-
gram, followed by the Allen-
Rumsey, Green House contest. The
basketball finale pits the ATO's
against the Chi Psi five.
Newt Loken and his band of
gymnasts will put on their famous
halftime trampoline act during
the intermission of t)e fraternity
game. During the past couple of
weeks Loken has put on exhibi-
tions for v a r i o u s programs
throughout the state high scltocl
and colie e circuit.
A taste of varsity calibr w ill
eome in tho appearance of a
tennis doubles exhibition mani
Number one m n Andy Pat r ili
combinewith Cati B. Mkuon.
two. against Ca?,? ain Bil N1 ikul -

Vandermeer, Riddle (4) Hetki
(7) and Mueller;
Judd, Donnelly (4), Koecher (7)
and Ferrell.
Phila. (A) 011 000 110-413 2
Boston, (N) 000 000 003-3 5 2
Coleman, Fowler (6) and Rosar;
Cooper, Johnson (6) and Cam-
elli, Padgett(6).
St. Lo'is (N) 010 000 000-1 8 0
Boston (A) 010 000\020-310 1
Burkharn McLeland (5), Staley
(8) and Garagiola, Wilber (5);
Hughson, Johnson (6) and Mc-
Gah
Chicago (A) 000 000 000-0 4 2
Chicago (N) 000 200 20x-410 0
Grove, Caldwell (6) and Tresh;
Borowy, Lee (6) and Scheffing.
Rockets Get Daley
From Baltimore
CHICAGO, March 25-.-(A)-The
Chicago Rockets, gambling for an
explosive T-formation surprise in
the All-America Football Confer-
ence, today signed big Bill Daley,
former Michigan and Minnesota
fullback, after a player swap
which sent halfbacks Billy Hillen-
brand and Don Griffin to the
Baltimore Colts.
The Colts, operating under the
franchise of the defunct Miami
Seahawks, yielded Daley and an
unannounced player for Hillen-
brand, former Indiana star, and
Griffin, Illinois product, in a
straight player deal.r

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETNIN

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Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
urdays).
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1947
VOL. LVII, No. 123
Notices
Notice to Veterans: Veteran
students who because of weather
conditions were unable to attend
classes on Tuesday, March 25,
are authorized to disregard such
absences in their weekly govern-
ment reports. This action is taken
in recognition of the fact that
transportation for veterans living
off the campus was seriously in-
terrupted.
Alexander G. Ruthven
Teacher's Certificate Candi-
dates: Call at the office of the
School of Education, 1437 U.E.S.,
Wed., or Thurs., March 26 or 27,
to take the Teacher's Oath. This
is a requirement for the teacher's
certificate.
Bronson-Thomas and Kothe-
Hildner Prize contestants will
meet in Rm. 4054, Natural Science
Bldg., Fri., March 28, 3 p.m. to
perform the written portion of
the competition requirements.
Seniors: College of L.S.&A., and
Schools of Education, Music, and
Public Health: Tentative lists of
seniors for June graduation have
been posted on the bulletin board
in Room 4, University Hall. If your
name is misspelled or the degree
expected incorrect, please notify
the Counter Clerk.
Railroad positions. Senior Civil
Engineers interested in railroad
employment should make appli-
cation in Am. 1215, E. Engineer-
ing Bldg. 1-5 p.m. any day this
week. There is a considerable num-
ber of attractive openings.
Housemothers of women stu-
dents are notified that girls of-
ficially connected with J.G.P. have
been granted the following late
permissions:

Mon., Man 4:
Tues., March 25, 12":00 u.:ni
Wed., March 26. 12:30 a.m., anu
Thurs., March 27, tihree quarters
of an hour after the play is over.
Summer C a m p Counselling
Those interested in camp counsell-
ing positions in the East are asked
to see Mrs. Mantle, Rm. 306, Ma-
son Hall, Wed., Mar. 26, 9-12 noon,
and 2-4 p.m. There are a few
from the far West, also. Girls in-
terested in a Michigan Girl
Scouts Camp are asked to come
in at this time. This does not
refer to any summer work except
camp counselling.
Mr. E. D. Wilby and Mr. J. M.
Mcllvain of the Atlantic Refining
Company, Philadelphia Division,
will be at our office Wed., March
26, to interview chemists and
chemical engineers. Call the Bur-
eau of Appointments, 201 Mason
Hall, ext. .371, for an appoint-
ment.
Chemists, Chemical 3Engineers,
Mechanical Engineers, Electrical
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