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THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1947

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wolverines Clout 14Hits To Crush artars,11-2

Jayvees Open Today
Against Ypsi Normal

Baseball
Round-up
By The Associated Press
Homers Pace Tigers
DETROIT, April 23- Smashing
five- home runs, three of them in
succession by Roy Cullenbine, Dick
Wakefield, and Hoot Evers in the
eighth inning, the Detroit Tigers
handed the Chicago WhiteSox
their first defeat of the American
League baseball season today, 7
to 4.
Pirates Top Cards
ST. LOUIS, April 23 - The last
place St. Louis Cardinals fell be-
fore powerful Pittsburgh Pirate
bats today, 8 to 5.
Tribe Triumps 10.4
CLEVFLAND, April 23 - Th
Cleveland Indians racked up their
third straight victory today, bury-
ing the St. Louis Browns under
an 18-hit attack good for a 10 to
4 victory in the final of a two-
game series.
Reynolds Hurls 2-Hitter
NEW YORK, April 23 - Allie
Reynolds, who came to New York
from Cleveland in the Joe Gordon
deal, made a brilliant Yankee
home debut today with a two-hit,
3-0 win over Boston's Red Sox
that missed being a no-hitter by
the margin of two late inning
blows by Rudy York.,

Dole A llows One Hit in Six Innings;
Ketterer, Wikel, Vieth, Spark Offense

By BOB LENT
Michigan's Wolverines roared a
warning to the rest of the Big
Nine yesterday when they proved
they were ready for the coming
campaign by cuffing the Univer-
sity of Detroit 11-2 in their final
conference warm-up.
Especially significant was the
uncovering of some unexpected
pitching strength in the person
of one Art 'Dole. The junior
righthander from Glencoe, Ill.,
faced only 21 batters in the six
innings he worked, allowing
only a single and a walk in the
fourth.
At the plate and on the field,
the Wolverines looked like a vast-
ly improved club over the team
that "slopped" to a 7-6 win over
Western Michigan the day before.
Little Charley Ketterer was the
big man with the stick for the
Maize and. Blue yesterday, getting
There will be an important
meeting of the "M" Club at
7:30 p.m. tonight in the Michi-
gan Union. A new constitution
will be voted upon and other
pertinent matters discussed.
All "M"-men on campus are
requested to be present.
four for four, stealing two bases
and scoring three runs.hPaul Vieth
and Howie Wikel also had perfect
days at bat with two for two with

one of Wikel's being a lusty triple
to the tennis courts in right cen-
ter. Dom Tomasi also got two of
the 14 hits the Maize and Blue

made as they unlimbered

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Wright, cf
Gorman, 2b
Prendergast, ss
Hintz, lb
Morrisy, lb
Orr, If
Byerlein, rf
Heym, 3b
Loepp, 3b
Pendergrass, c
Zacken, c
Thielman, I)
Sporer, p
'Haley
TOTALS

AB
3
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2
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MICHIGAN
Vieth, rf
Wiese, r f
Elliott, cji
Wikel, lb
Weisenburger,
Tomasi, 2b
White, If
Morrison, if
Ketterer, 3b1
Raymond, c
Kulpinski, c
Dole, p
White, p
Fancett, I)
* *Berce
**Baker
TOTALS

AB R
2 1
1 0l
5 0
2 2
ss 3 1
5 2
3 0
1 1
4 3
2 1
20
2 0
1. 0
0 0
1 0
1 0
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More Ralny Weather Ahead
But you can stay ahead
of it all the way with
the "Plassie" coat. It's
a new type of raincoat
that's greaseproof, ac-
idproof, non-inflam-
mable, and oh yes . .
waterproof. To top this
all off, it won't crack
'cause it contains no
rubber, nor will it rot r,.":
or dry out. To clean it,
sponge off with soap ; :
and water . . . no
cleaning bills.:
.57.95 \ij.J
While you're at it, take
a look at our "Cosmo"::
weather proofed cotton
gabardine coats
regular and finger tip
lengths.
$15 to $21.50
THE DOWNTOWN STORE FOR MICHIGAN MEN
~tatb & 4
?i5f Serve' /o Lenue 4gdut
300 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Store Hours: Daily 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.m.; Sat., 9 A.M. to 6 P.M.

big guns for the conference open-
er with Illinois tomorrow.
Michigan pecked away at start-
ing pitcher Don Thielman for a
run in the first, two in the second,
and another in the sixth. Then
they sewed it up in the seventh
with a big five-run explosion on
three walks and singles by Tom-
asi, Ketterer and J. T. White.
White also turned in a credit-
able performance on the mound
in the two innings he worked, giv-
ing up the other two hits the Tar-
tars made, but facing only six
men. Bob Fancett finished and
allowed Detroit's only runs, scored
on three walks, a hit batter and
a fielder's choice.
Kuzma Named Coach
Tom Kuzma, former Wolverine,
all-American, was named fresh-
man football coach at the Univer-
sity of Colorado, head coach Jim
Yeager announced yesterday.
Yeager said that the appoint-
ment was made upon the recom-
mendation of Fritz Crisler, who
coaced the backfield star in
1941, and 1942. Yeager used the
Crisler short punt system.
CLAS
FOR RENT
FOR RENT--5 beds available in male
student's rooming house. 3 blocks
from campus. Phone 2-0240 between
6 and 8 p.m. )66
PERSONAL
REDUCE! Lose pounds and inches
where you want them off. Come in
from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. for an intro-
ductory treatment and be convinced.
Baskin 8 N. Normal St., Ypsilanti. )7
MARRYIN' SAM-Fer gosh sakes, be in
in Ann Arbor by 7:00 o'clock Friday-
Fletch. )41;
LADIES! Don't bother sending in any
more applications, 'cause J.P.W. has
already selected his Odonto Ball
Queen. Apologies to losers. 21
IT'S THE RAGE to be paged. Send a
Michigram at Michigras. )74
REFRIGERATOR DEFROSTING - Sun
on Angell Hall front steps. Two tam-
perate torsos. )76
WANTED
BE A PROFESSIONAL BLOOD DONOR!
The University Hospital wishes to in-
crease its registry of available pro-
fessional blood donors. You are paid
for your services and are called when
needed. Your blood type, serology,
and hemoglobin are performed free
of charge when you register. REGIS-
TER BY TELEPHONE FOR APPOINT-
,MENT. PHONE 2-2521, ext. 225. Hours
8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Daily, 7 p.m.-9 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday. 2 p.m.-5 p.m.
Sunday. 45
WANTED TO RENT

Thinclads Drillj
On Ferry Field
I Spring Sun
Greeted by a few wayward rays
cf sunshine that surprisingly
found their way into Ann Arbor,
the Wolverine track team took to
Ferry Field's cinders in the sea-
son's first official outdoor practice
yesterday.
Only a week and a half away is
the opEning meet of the Confer-
ence circuit, a triangular affair
involving Michigan, Purdue and
Indiana on the Ferry Field track.
Yesterday marked the first time
the whole squad had donned
sweat-suits since the victorious af-
ternoon out in Berkeley, Calif.,
when the Wolverines tamed the
Golden Bears, 712-59.2.
Coach Ken Doherty's main hope
right now is that none of his new-
found strength in the dashes and
hurdles has suffered by the lay-
off. Hack Coplin and Bill Osgood
plugged a very wide hole in both
tLe high and low hurdle spots,
while Orval Johnson began show-
ing his sprint form of old.
Coplin, Johnson and Osgood all
made surprising performances in
the California meet. The trio
all registered victories with John-
son winning the 220 yard dash.

I M Baseball
In Full Swing
A six-run first inning which in-
cluded Bill Chope's first of two
home runs highlighted '46 cham-
pion Phi Delta Theta's 11-7 vic-
tory over Phi Sigma Kappa, as
the I-M fraternity league swung
into the second week of compe-
tition yesterday.
After a fierce pitchers' duel be-
tween Sig Ep Harry Anderson and
ATO hurler Pete Logothetis, the
Sig Eps broke a 2-all deadlock in
the fourth to win 5-3.
Sparked by Hal Rosen's Deliv-
ery and Fred Arnstein's potent bat,
the Zeta Beta Tau nine, defending
district champs, downed Delta Tau
Delta, 4-0.
Other results:
Sigma Chi 5. Kappa Sigma 1
Psi Upsilon 14, Theta Delta 10
Phi Psi 9, Alpha Sigma Pi 2
Phi Sigma Delta 11, Chi Psi :3
Chi Phi 1, Beta Theta Pi 0
Zeta Psi 15, Alpha Delta 2
Delta Upsilon 8, Sigma Alpha
Mu 5
Delta Kappa Epsilon 16, Pi
Lambda Phi 4
Lambda Chi Alpha 9, Acacia 8
Phi Gamma Delta 13, Theta Xi6
Trigon 8, Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon 0

The first junior varsity golf team
in Michigan history will tee off at
2:30 this afternoon against the
Michigan State Normal linksters
at the Washtenaw Country Club,
regardless of the way the weather-
man behaves today.
Partially on the basis of scores
achieved in yesterday's practice on
the University Golf Course and
previous performances, six Wol-
verines were named by Coach Bert
Katzenmeyer to face the Normal
golfers.
They include Jack Vezina, Doug
Beath, Mort .Cohn, Ken Berke,
Garry DeVries, and Wes Carlson.
The University Golf Course
was closed to students yester-
day because of the soggy fair-
ways, but it may be open today
... It was suggested, however.
that students call the club-
house--9308--to check on the
present playing condition of
the course.
Cohn produced the best score yes-
terday-a 79-for 18 holes of golf.
Katzenmeyer, however, stated
that none of the jayvee starters to-
day are assured of berths on the
squad. In fact, the youthful Wol-
verine mentor indicated that
"three or four boys may possibly
move up to the varsity before the
next jayvee clash."

RONSON
WORLD'S GREATEST LIGHTER

SIFIED ADVERTISING

He added that "the selections
were practically plucked out of a
hat because you can't rate a man's
potentialities merely on a one-day
performance."
Katzenmeyer plans to carry a
12-man varsity, and a jayvee and
freshman squad of 10 men apiece.
The oft-postponed 36-hole medal
event to determine the material
for the 32 berths will probably be
held tomorrow under the direction
of Harry Kaseberg, golf assistant
at the University course.
Katzenmeyer will leave tomor-
row with his six leading varsity
candidates to compete against the
dangerous Ohio State Buckeyes at
Columbus on Saturday in their
first Conference test.
The Buckeye golfers showed un-
usual strength last week when
they overwhelmed the Spartans
of Michigan State in an Indepen-
dent tilt at Columbus. The meet
was switched from Lansing where
the links were underwater after
spring floods.
Three more matches appear on
Michigan's jayvee schedule, all at
home: Michigan State Norial,
May.6; Central Michigan, May 13;
Bowling Green College, May 26.

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LOST AND FOUND

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*Ran for Prendergast in 9th
*"Ba.tted for Raymond in 6th
***Batted for Dole in 6th
Detroit 000 000 002- 2 3 0
Michigan 120 001 52x-11 14 1
IT'S CREW-CUT TIME!
Our 9 barbers will shape and
blend your hair for Spring.
SERVICE-WORKMANSHIP at
your p ┬░asure.
Th-. Doscola Barbers
Liberty off State

Parker
51's

LOST-Gold Croton ladies watch, with
black band. Last Friday. between
Packard and campus. Reward, call
7626. )69
LOST - Black leather billfold lost
Saturday night. Keep money if ab-
solutely necessary, but please return
other contents. Bud Rovit, 800 Lin-
coln, 2-4419. )63
LOST--Will the party who took wrong
covert topcoat from Tiny's last,
Thursday call 319 Hinsdale. )64
LOST-Sunday, Gold wrist watch, gold
band. Reward. Call 2-4126. Del. )39
S''RING OF PEARLS lost in campus vi-
cinity March 30. Call 9194 if found. )5
RHINESTONE BRACELET lost April 18.
Finder please call Elaine Kohn, 2-4471
Ext. 4014. )23
FOUND-Necklace. Owner may have
same by identifying and paying for
ad. Phone 2-3861 7-10 p.m. )30
AT SLIDE RULE, one rhinestone ear-
ring, star shaped with eight points.
Contact Gladys Lasecki, 2-1513. )2
LOST-Masonic Ring on South Univer-
sity. Black onyx with Masonic Insig-
nia and small diamond. Reward.
Phone 2-6674. R. G. Deane. )60
LOST--Golf clubs and bag at Stadium
Hills course last Friday. Finder call
4707. Reward. )35
WANTED TO TRADE
APARTMENT IN DETROIT, in trade for
information leading to the renting
of suitable apartment in Ann Arbor.
Write Box 2, Michigan Daily. )3
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
WANTED-Student with $500 to buy
partnership in going concern, owner
is graduating. Must be able to work
10 hours weekly. Excellent returns.
Reply Box 49, Michigan Daily. )70

HELP WANTED
ATTENTION GI's-Part time work
available for experienced auto me-
chanics. Open evenings until 12 and
all day Saturday. See Mr. Burd at
Cushing Motor Sales. )71
FIRST trumpet and lead alto man Fri-
day, Saturday and Sundays. Must
have good strong lead tone and be
able to read and cut shows. Contact
Karl Kalson, Villa Bee Night Club,
Jackson, Michigan. )62
GIRL for care of children some light
housework aftgrnoons through dinner
hour. Faculty family 2-3428. )44
HELP WANTED - Stock and general
store work. Part or full time in ex-
clusive men's clothing store. Reply
Box 45, Michigan Daily. )19
AIRCRAFT MECHANICS and fuel serv-
ice men. Immediate employment.
Military or airlir"' experience re-
quired. Phone Ypsilanti 3220 or con-
tact airport manager's office at Wil-
low run. )33
WANTED TO BUY
USED GOLF CLUBS. Call 2-1259 after
6 p.m. )12
WAN'T'ED TO BUY-Portable typewriter
in good condition. Reply: R. C.
Frantz, West Lodge, Ypsilanti. )28
WANTED-Tickets for May Festival -
May 10th, Evening, May 11th Matinee,
May 11th Evening. One or two for
each date. Call 2-1735. )68
MISCELLANEOUS
"If your radio won't work
When it's music you need
I'll fix it for you
With atomic speed."
For expert radio repair service phone
9241 or bring your radio to the Tavern
Cafeteria. )57
Keep Buying Bonds!

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Schwinn Bicycle, men's,
with 3-speed drive. 26-inch wheels.
Good condition. 1111 Forest noons, or
4 to 6 p.m., or call 4592. )67
GOLF CLUBS-Five matched irons,
driver and black leather bag - very
reasonable. Phone 2-7053. )65
FOR SALE -Almost new man's bicycle.
Call Mr. Idu, 913 Mary St., phone
2-1562. )73
ARGEN'1NE leather lhandbags. Very
moderate price. Exccllent quality.
Leaving Ann Arbor soon. Michigan
Union, Rm. 458, 2-5 p.m. )61
ROYAL PORTABLE Typewriter. Call
2-1259 after 6 p.m. )27
OIL space heater practically new, cur-
tains, hot plate, electric oven, etc.
These items are at Willow Village
now. Mrs. Crane, 2-4486, 'til 9:00 p.m.
A BETTER PRICE paid for Men's used
clothing. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington St. )14
ONE 14 INCH, once 11 inch Zildjilan
cymbal. Excellent condition. Call
Don Lessig 1183. )75
ATTENTION, GOLFERS-Let me help
you select your golfing needs. Com-
plete lines of all top-grade clubs,
bags, balls. Phone 2-2058 or 4044.
Johnny Malloy, Golf Professional. )18
NEW all aluminum Trailercoaches, 14
ft. overall. Completely equipped, $995.
Can be financed. Meyers Aircraft Co.,
Tecumseh Airport, Tecumseh, Mich-
igan. )42
PRE WAR TUXEDO with vest. Size
38-39. Like new: Price $30. Call
24367, ) 40
BUSINESS SERVICES
TRUMPET MAN-Rides, reads well, de-
sires work in Ann Arbr, combo pre-
ferred. Call 7159 week nights. )34

5.50 - 7.50
Combination - 11.95
Case and Lighter
Sterling Silver
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Your 1947 official University of Michigan ring is available
at the L. G. Balfour store for immediate delivery. Wear with
pride the traditional ring that instantly identifies you as an
alumnus of a great ainiversity.
It is our sincere belief that the prestige value of an official
University of Michigan ring is worth many times it's original
modest cost.

LIT STUDENT will pay year's rent on
apartment in advance. Any location.
Price no object. Permanent. Call
Room 313, Michigan Union mornings.
STUDENT and wife desire to rent or
sub-lease apartment for duration of
summer session only. Phone Henry
sane at 2-1465 after 8 p.m. )72
WANTED TO RENT-A house or large
apartment for summer months of
June, July, August, also September, if
possible. Will pay full rent in ad-
vance. Box 25, Mich. Daily. )17
STUDENT COUPLE desire 2, 3, 4 or 5
room apt. Furnished or unfurnished
starting June, July or Aug. Box 16.
STUDENT COUPLE desires permanent
furnished apartment beginning June
or will sub-lease for su mer semes-
ter. Call Nissler, 2-4551 between 6
and 8. Good references. )9
The Big Moment
by AIJCAL /
"Oh, Mr. Throckmorton, I
don't care if you are rich . .<. I
always fall for men who use
Bryicreem."
Men-try the sensational new hair
grooming discovery-Brylcreem. See
how the gals take notice! You look
attractive, well groomed' Truly, it's
a gentleman's hair-dressing. It's the
cream-oil that's not sticky or greasy.
496 at college stores and druggists.

CLEARANCE
BEGINS THURSDAY, APRIL 24
ENDS WEDI
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Men's SHOES
Black and Brown Calf
Brown Scotch Grain
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SALE
NIESDAY, APRIL 30
en's SHOES
)rds, Saddle Oxfords
rs, and Casuals
rmerly $6.00
w$3.33
iers to $7.50,
w $4.44

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FOR MEN

Signet

. . $22.50

Stone Set

..$34.00

No m ore drawstring
to make pajamas fit poorly...to
bind or press. You sleep comfort.
ably in Jayson pajamas..-You took
good lounging in them, For Jayson
replaces the drawstring with a full,
covered, back elastic band. Keeps
the trousers fitting snugly, without
pressure or binding. In cotton,
rayon and mixtures, Jlayson paja,

FOR LADIES

Signet...S e $14.00

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