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THE MICHIGAN DAIN

Michigan State Golfers
Host to Michigan Squad

Riding high on the crest of a six
match winning streak, the Wol-
verine golf team will invade the
territory of the Spartans of Michi-
gan State this afternoon for their
second meeting with the MSC crew
this season.
Earlier in the year Coach Kat-
zenmeyer's team notched a 23-13
victory over the Spartans on
Michigan's home course and
"Tis meeting is expected to be
even closer," Coach Katzenmeyer
stated, "since everyone is tougher
in their own back yard."
Making the trip will be the
eight top varsity golfers led by
Captain Dave Barclay and big Ed
Schalon, currently the hottest
golfer on the squad. Coach Kat-
zenmeyer also named Rog Kessler,
John Jenswold, Paul O'Hara, Bill
Ludolph, Bill Courtright and Pete
Elliott as the Maize and Blue rep-
resentatives on the East Lansing
links.
Coach Ben Van Alstyne, Spar-
tan mentor, is expected to field his
strongest squad in their attempt to

knock the Wolverines off their lofty
perch. Many of the same link-
sters that gave Michigan one of
their toughest matches of the sea-
son will be on hand to meet Mich-
igan today.
Duncan Fisher who tied Rog
Kessler in their singles encounter
is definitely a starter while Brien
Charter and John Mounteer who
took 61/ points from Garry De-
Vries and Bill Ludolph will also
tee off against the Wolverines.
Other standouts on the Spartan
squad are Bob Tansey, who split
with Barcley in their match, and
Don Vantine, who defeated Jens-
wold 1 up in their singles play.
Play will begin about 1:30 p.m.
with the best ball and singles
matches being combined. Barclay
and either Courtright or Jenswold
will lead off for Michigan while
Scalon and Kessler will tee off in
the number two slot.
Pairing up in the number three
slot will be O'Hara with either
Courtright or Jenswold depending
on who plays with Barclay in the
number one position. Ludolph and
Elliott will round out the Michi-
gan entry

Major League
Roundup
By The Ascoeiated Press
The Detroit Tigers retained
their one game lead on first
place, as Prince Hal Newhouser
won his second game of the year,
defeating Washington. 8-0, in a
night game.
Boston kept pace with the Ti-
gers as they smothered the Chi-
cago White Sox in Fenway Park
to the tune of 19-6, with Williams
hitting two home runs.
Bob Feller lost his second game
of the season, when Cleveland
dropped a 7-6 game to the Phil-
adelphia Athletics.
The Yankees resumed their
winning ways again as they,
dumped the St. Louis Browns, 9-1.
In the National League, Chicago
dropped a 7-4 decision to the Bos-
ton Braves narrowing their first
place margin to ' game.
The New York Giants moved up
slightly as they pushed St. Louis
farther into the cellar, defeating
them 5-0.
Major League
Standing
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Weather Halts
Interf rateriit
Cinder Clash
Cut short by a sudden down-
pour after the third heat of the
low hurdle preliminaries, the final
chapters of the Intramural fra-l
ternity track meet will be conclud-
ed starting 5 p m., Monday.
Originally schedcuzed to con-
tinue tomorrow, plans had to be
changed by Earl Riskey because of
a conflict with the Inter-frater-
'1W Game Rained Out
Yesterday's baseball game
between Michigan and Notre
Dame at South Bend was called
at the end of the second inn-
ing because of rain.
nity sing. The events which have
already been completed will not be
run again.
With the high hurdles and the
mile run in the record books, four
more races plus the field events
remain on the docket. Sigma Chi,
Theta Xi, and the Betas are now
tied for first with five points
apiece.
Picking up all of Theta Xi's
points, Don McLean captured the
high hurdles in 17 seconds flat.
The best qualifying time of :16.9
was made by Harry Wieting, Beta
Theta Pi, but he failed even to
place in the finals as Moe Hill, Sig-
ma Chi, finished second, Don Ay-
ers of Sigma Chi third, and Bob
Olsen Delta Upsilon came in
fourth.
Starting to sprint around the
last turn in the mile grind, Beta
Will Caldwell kicked in ahead of
the rest of the field just as he
broke the tape. Phi Sigma Kappa
Max Iverson couldn't keep up the
pace that he had set in the initial
three laps and had to be content
with third place behind DU Dave
Bradbury. while Sig Ep Gene Freed
took fourth. The winning time was
5:03.2.

MichiganNel
Rain Prevents
By HERB RUSKIN
With the weather man doing his
best to interfere, the Michigan ten-
nis team defeated the University
of Detroit netters. 7-0. today at
Ferry Field.
As it was, the last two doubles
matches had to be concelled be-
cause of a driving rain that hit
the courts late in the afternoon.
An earlier shower had stopped the
games for about 20 minutes.
Otto Wins
In the number one slot, Fred
Otto set the pace for the rest of
the Wolverines, by taking Titan
Larry Kane in straight sets, 6-1,
6-2. Kane had a hard driving
serve, but it was little help as Otto
had little trouble in downing him.
Following along the pattern set
by Otto, Wolverine captain Bill'
Mikulich took two straight sets
from Fred Kassner, 6-0, 6-1. Hal
Cook allowed his foe. Bob Kline-
smith, one game in each of the two
sets to take him down the line.
6-1. 6-1.
Dayton Downs Walton
Mickey Dayton, Michigan's
number four man, had a little
more difficulty in downing his
opponent, John Walton, but it was
not too much as he too took him in
straight sets, 6-2. 6-4.
Making his second start of the
year, "Butch" Skau ably anmulat-
ed his teammates while disposing
NEW IOWA BOSS
IOWA CITY, Iowa, May 13-
(A'-Paul W. Brechler,36, was
appointed athletic director of
the University of Iowa by the
state board of education today.
. Brechler, business manager
of athletics at the University
since last June, will succeed E.
G. "Dad" Schroeder, whose re-
tirement becomes effective July
1.

ers Whitewash Titans,7-0
Two Doubles Encounters Now!
Now.- from 1:30 P.M
of Detroit's Bob Bundies. 6-1. 6-0.
In his first starting role, Riss Her-
ron was pushed to some extent, but EG - AN
completed the singles sweep by -
beating Jim Finney, 6-2, 7-5. North Main Opposite Court House
"The Rains Came" - Starts Today -
Bill Mikulich and Fred Ziemann Freddie Stewart, June Preisser
teamed together in the initial "VACATION DAYS"
doubles post to whip the Titan plus
team of Klinesmith and Kane John Loder i
again in straight sets, 6-1, 6-3. nA GAME OF DEATi"
The number two doubles found Added- "Baby Bottleneck"
Wolverine's Hal Cook and Gordon Cde abytleneckTRANGEJtUREY
Naugle pitted against Bundies Cartoon iSTRKANGE JyOURNEY
and Walton. This match was in with Paul Kelly, Osa Massen
progress when the rains came. -_______------____---_______
Skau and Herron were slated to
make up the third doubles pair r
against Finney and Kassner of The Departim-eit of Speeh pr4smh11
Detroit. The weather, however. Play Prodimetitn in
prevented them from ever getting
going.
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FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Selmer Clarinet, excellent
condition. Box 68, Michigan Daily. )30
LADIES Silverking aluminum bike, $20.
Man's Bike, Kneeaction, $20. Apt. 70,
Vets' Village, Phone 9280. )74
TUX-about 36, for sale. $125 new,
worn twice, make offer. Breidenbach,
1268 Rutland. Willow Village. )70
FOR SALE -Girl's Bicycle, practically
new. Call 2-6629 after 9 p.m. for fur-
ther information. )32
MICROSCOPE, monocular Bausch &
Lomb, 1937 Model. 3 objectives, me-
chanical stage and carrying case. Per-
fect condition. $175.00. Call 4004. )67
CANARIES-Rollers and Warblers, $10
up. Finches, Parakeets. Seeds and
cages. 562 S. Seventh. Phone 5330. )17
FOR SALE-Tux, Size 36 or 37. Room
205 Prescott House, East, Quad. Ask
for Carey. )28
1946 FORD Super Deluxe Coupe. Radio,
Gas Heater. Seat Covers. 211 Greene
House, East Quadrangle. )63
WHITE PALM BEACH SUIT. Size 36.
Worn once. Ideal for summer formals
and eating vanilla ice cream cones.
2-9756, George. )23
CAMERA. 35 mm Balda, f2.9 - f16; Com-
pur shutter speed, 1 sec. to 1/300.
Range .5 meter to infinity. With
case, $60. Write Box 77. )57
SUN GLASSES $3.50. U.S. Surplus-Air
Force-4-base lens with pearloid
sweat bar. Sam's store, 122 E. Wash-
ington. )14
WHY DIVORCE YOUR WIFE?- Have
Men's and Ladies' Regular 79.50 bikes
for 65.00. Immediate delivery. Call
2-4591. 260 Prescott House, East
Quad. )471
FOR SALE-Cottages at Glen Lake,
Water edge and Hillside and 20 acre
tract Lake Michigan on paved state
road. Write Elmer Bilhman, Cedar,
Mich. )41
WANTED TO RENT
STUDENT -VETERAN and bride - to - be
need apartment for occupancy Sept.
or sooner. Tel. 2-7862. )26
DOUBLE ROOM near campus, begin-
ning summer semester. Box 20, Mich-
igan Daily. )15
VETERAN-GRADUATE STUDENT and
wife wish to sublet apartment for 8-
week summer session. No children.
References. Call 2-0119. )46
STUDENT VET AND WIFE desire to
rent or sublease apartment for sum-
mer semester only. Call 2-4401, ext.
207 Wenley, Jack Williamson. )4
UNFURNISHED 3-Room Apartment
wanted by veteran medical student
and school teacher wife. Call 2-2034.
)71
STUDENT VETERAN and wife wish to
rent furnished or unfurnished apart-
ment, beginning fall term, 1947. Please
call Richard Price at 2-2858 anytime
after 7:30 p.m. )25
HELP WANTED

MISCELLANEOUS
ALTERATIONS - Ladies' garments,
dresses, suits and evening dresses.
Alta Graves, adjacent to Stockwell
Hall.. Ph. 2-2678. )60
GLEN LAKE. Cottage modern, water's
edge, sand beach, accommodate 4.
Season only. Write Elmer Bilman,
Cedar, Mich. )44
EXPERIENCED FARMER-Married man
2 children, Negro, Age 37. Dairy or
General Farming. Sober, dependable.
Work by month or year. Box 71. )43
GOLFERS-Spalding, MacGregor, Hag-
en, Wilson Clubs, Bags, Balls. Phone
4044 or 2-2058. Johnny Malloy, Pro-
fessional. )69
TENNIS FANS! RACQUETS
RESTRUNG. ONE DAY service.
Pick-up, delivery, anywhere in Ann
Arbor. New racquets, balls in stock
Call Fred ZIEMANN 2-1088 after 5.
)64
BUSINESS SERVICES
ELECTROLUX VACUUM CLEANERS
SALES - JOHN JADWIN - SERVICE
855 Tappan Ave. Phone 2-7412 )10
TYPEWRITERS now available for rent.
standards or portables. Office Equip-
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)36
"If your radio moans
When 'Der Bingle' groans
We'll fix its tones
Without any bones"
For expert radio service call 9241 or
bring your set to the 't'avern Cafe-
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LOST AND FOUND
WILL THE PERSON who took my coat
at Cupid Bar Thursday afternoon call
2-2565. I have yours. )9
LOST-An Alpha Phi pin near Mosher-
Jordan Hall. Call 561 Jordan Hall.
Phone 2-4561. )20
WILL PERSON who got light grey
Covert Topcoat at Tiny's last Thurs-
day nite by mistake, please contact
Lofgren, telephone 2-4481.)3
LOST-on University Golf Course, Fri-
day afternoon, Number Seven Hagen
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ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOM for Male Student. Summer term
only. Apply in person after 6 p.m.
402 Observatory. )27
SIX DOUBLE ROOMS close to campus
for Summer term, male students only
Box 65, Mich. Daily.)6
FOR RENT-Summer semester, 3-Room
Apartment, 3002 Washtenaw. Art
Mugg. 2-0549, daily 12:15 - 12:45. )46
SPACIOUS DOUBLE ROOM for summer
term. 1 min, to Arb.; 2 min to
Mosher-Jordan; 8 min. to campus.
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