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Frat Teams
Enter Finals
Sigma Chi, Sigma
Phi Capture Semis
By virtue of their semi-final
victories last night, Sigma Chi
and Sigma Phi will battle for the
Intramural Fraternity Swim-
ming title next Monday night in
the I-M pool.
Sigma Chi submerged Chi Psi,
39-22, as Chuck Higgins and Russ
Speirn paced the winning team.
Entered in three events, Speirn
copped first place in the 50 yard
freestyle and then swam on the
winning medley and freestyle re-
lay teams. Higgens paddled home
in front in the 25 yard ifreestyle
and anchored the winning free-
style relay squad. Bill Chickering,
a member of the Chi Phi team,
earned the best total for diving
this year with 30 out of a possible
40 points.
Sigma Phi advanced to the final
round by dropping Chi Phi, 36-25.
John Brink plunged into the Sig-
ma Phi limelight by taking first
place in the 25 :ard backstroke
and lending his support to the
winning medley and freestyle
In the water polo campaign
Theta Chi drowned Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon, 5-0, to qualify as
Sig Ep's opponent in the semi-
All football lettermen will
meet at the Rentschler Studio,
319 E. Huron, at 12 noon today
for the team picture. The 1947
captain will also be elected at
that time. -H. . Crisler
Last Day Today
Walt Disney's
Wednesday, Thursday-
with Ginger Rogers

Under Way
In Ga rden
Nation's Top Teams
Open Play This Week
NEW YORK, Dec. 2-('P)-Col-
lege basketoall, apparently headed
for its greaest season, will be ush-
ered into Madison Square Garden
tomorrow night with City College
of New York opposing Idaho Uni-
versity in he feature contest of
the first of three intersectional
doubleheaders in the huge Eighth
Avenue Arena this week.
Attendance Record Threatened
Judging by the unprecedented
demand for season tickets to the
28 Garden college double headers,
the 1946-47 court campaign is
likely to surpass the record atten-
dance of more than 600,000 spec-
tators estaclished last year in 21
Garden twin bills.
Top Teams Open Play
Some of last year's powerhouses
like Kentucky, Valparaiso and
Oregon already have started their
campaigns with Valparaiso victor
in its first {our games. Kentucky
took the measure of Tulane -64-35
Saturday night and promises to
be one of tne country's outstanding
fives. Oregon has won its first
three games by lop-sided. scores.
Notre Dame, Oklahoma A & M,
Dartmouth, Columbia, De Paul,
North Carolina, West Virginia,
Penn State, Temple, Tennessee,
Arkansas, Colgate, Duke and-oth-
ers of last year's top teams, get un-
der way this week as do most of
the Big Ten quintets.
North Main Opposite Court House
--- Ends Tonight
Starting Wednesday -

WITH THE football crown scarcely settled on the heads of Ray
Eliot's Fighting Illini, basketball moves front and center to take
the spotlight on the Big Nine athletic stage with every member mak-
ing its debut this week.
Therefore, The Daily offers a look-see into the various conference
camps for fans who want to know what to expect in this year's title
As in every other sport, this is the year of champions in
Western Conference basketball, with no less than three former
title-holders out to do it again.
Most famous of the ex-champs, of course, are the highly pub-
licized "Whiz Kids," of Illinois, who won the crowns in '42,and '43. Un-
doubtedly one of the most glamourized quintets ever to walk onto a
hard-court, the Kids have returned from the war four-fifths strong
with only Art Mathisen missing. The incomparable Andy Phillips is
back along with Gene Vance, Ken Menke and Jack Smiley to make
the Orange and Blue strong favorites to complete their dominance of
the three major sports, football, basketball and track.
The shoes of the missing Mathisen promise to be ably filled
by 6'7" Fred Green, regular center in 1945. ShouldA any of these
five slip, Coach Doug Mills has a dream crop of bench warmers
ready to step up which includes '44 Captain Walt Kirk and three
regulars from last year's team-Chick Doster, Jack Burmaster
and Bob Rowe. Doster was third top scorer in the conference with
17G points. Coming around to give second semester help if needed,
will be the much talked about Dike Eddleman. Eddleman is top
punter on the grid squad and will devote most of his December
hours preparing for the Rose Bowl.
Biggest opposition to the return reign of the Kids will probably
come from Iowa. Headed by Dick Ives, Murray Wier, Dave Danner and
the Wilkinson boys, Herb and Clayt, Pops Harrison's outfit is out
to regain the prestige it lost by failing to hold the crown it won in
1944 with exactly the same personnel. Besides this talented quintet,
the Hawkeyes boast the league's biggest center in 6'9" Noble Jorgen
sen. Also back from last year's team is Ned Postels plus a host of ex-
service stars..
Ohio State is the other member of the "Big Three." Back
from last year's championship squad are Captain Paul Huston,
Jack Undermann, Don Bowen and Warren Amling. Huston and
Undermann were all-Conference while Bowen added 125 points
to the Buckeye cause. Amling has indicated intentions of drop-
ping basketball since he graduates in March and his status is in
doubt. Should he decide to sit the season out, the new Buckeye
coach, Tippy Dye, has a bumper crop of servicemen and freshmen
to draw from.
Will the Whizz Kids be as great as before? Can Danner, Ives, et.
al. come back? Was Ohio State strictly a wartime champion? These
are just a few of the big questions to be answered in the coming
season. A season which if it follows the post-war pattern of the
football campaign will produce more than its share' of upsets, sur-
prisees and GI-stars on the Western Conference cage horizon.
Next: The Darkhorse Trio

High School, College Coaches
Will Attend Gymnastic Clinic

Some 300 men and women
coaches from high schools and
small colleges throughout the
state of Michigan have been in-
vited down to view a gymnastic
clinic at Waterman Gym Saturday
morning from 10:00 to 12:30.
Howard Leibee, director of
Waterman, is in charge of the
program, which will include a,
presentation of teaching techni-
ques, a stunt demonstration, and
an explanation of new pieces of
gym apparatus.
Students Will Perform
Twelve skilled students in the
phys. ed. program here at Mich-
igan will perform. Loyal Jodar,
Bob Schoendube, Chico Kennedy,
Bob Willoughby, and Dave Lake
are the cheerleaders included in
this group.

Highlighting the morning ses-
sion will be a routine by Newton
Loken, assistant supervisor in the
department of physical education.
In 1942, Loken was the National
Collegiate All=Around Gymnastic
Program Includes Stunts
Elementary, intermediate and
advanced stunts will be demon-
strated on the high and parallel
bars, the buck, the side and long
horse, and the flying rings.
Tumbling, balancing, and trampo-
line work will conclude the main
portion of the program.
Ruth Bush and Elaine Kuzlinski
will add the feminine touch to
the clinic with a presentation of
stunts and routines on the tram-
poline. These girls have been
practicing since last spring under
the watchful eye of Coach Loken.

I-M Activities
Now Include
Men, Women
When Fielding H. Yost planned
the Michigan athletic plant, he
had as his objective, "sports for
all," and this year the I-M de-
partment is re-emphasizing that
Although all the facilities of
the I-M Building are restricted
duing the week for the use of
men only, on Friday evenings
from 7:30-10:00 the entire rec-
reational program has been
made available to men and wo-
men alike. Some of the sports
included are swimming, bad-
minton, volleyball, basketball,
paddleball, squash, gymnastics,
fencing, and golf driving.
The programs, under the direc-
tion of grad student Harris Bee-
man, are designed for informal
participation so that nobody need
be an expert to engage in any of
the activities. Later on a sched-
ule of mixed competition will be
slated for all the team sports.
Tournamentaaction will feature
badminton, volleyball, paddleball,
and swimming meets.
For those who prefer to splash
an evening away, the pool will
be open from 7:30-9:30 with
varsity diver Tommy O'Neil on
hand to give instructions if

.Icemen Prep
For Next Tilt
With Toronto
Heyliger Shifts Lines
Al Renfrew Injured
The Michigan hockey team
fresh from its 10-7 victory over
the Windsor Spitfires last Friday
night resumed practicetoday in
preparation for their game with
the University of Toronto this
Friday night in Toronto.
Michigan's hockey coach Vic
Heyliger, was forced to inter-
change his forward lines during
the Spitfire game because of an
injury sustained by Al Renfrew in
practice. Renfrew is suffering
from a shoulder separation and
is a very doubtful starter for Fri-
day night's contest. In case he is
unable to play, George Upton will
team with Jacobson and Greer to
form the second line.
The third line will see Sam
Steadman, who scored one of the
flashiest goals seen at the colis-
eum in many a day against the
Spitfires, will be on one wing with
George Peugot at center. The other
wing position will remain open
until Coach Heyliger decides
whether or not Renfrew will be
ready for service.
On defense Michigan will'have
the same three men Hill, Belis-
tri, and Marshall, who proved to
be standouts throughout the Spit-


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through the courtesy of the Gen-
eral Electric Corporation. Another
film on the installation of cast
iron pipe water and gas mains
will also be shown. Everyone is
invited to attend.
Graduate Record Concert will
be presented tonight because of
the Choral Union concert. Pro-
gram: Foote's Suite for Strings,
Mozart's Piano Concerto in E flat
Major, Sibelius' Symphony No. 1,
and Tschaikowsky's Swan Lake
Ballet. Graduate students are cor-
dially invited.
La Petite Causette at 3:30 to-
day in the Grill Room, League.
Le Cercle Francais meeting at
8 O'clock tonight, Rm. 305, Union.
Mr. Ferdinand Dierkens, graduate
engineer from Belgium will speak
informally on "La vie des 6tudi-
ants a Bruxelles et a' Paris."
Polonia Club meeting at 7:30
tonight at the International Cen-
ter. Students of Polish descent
are cordially invited to attend.
Der deutsche Vercin meeting at

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Athletic Bldg. All interested are
cordially invited to attend.
Casbah floorshow tryouts at7 :30
tonight in the League. Any stu-
dent with singing, dancing, or
comedy talent, or with a specialty
act, is invited to be present. See
League bulletin board for room
The Christian Science Organi-
zation meeting at 8:15 tonight,
Upper Room, Lane Hall.
Coming Events
Meeting of the Social Science
Division at 7:45 p.m., Wed., Dec.
4, Rackham Amphitheater. Cof-
fee will be served.
Romance Language Journal
Club meeting at 4:15 p.m., Wed.,
Dec. 4, East Conference Room,
Rackham Bldg. Program: Profes-
sor Nelson Eddy, "Menendez y
Pelayo, Pardo Bazan and Pereda
Professor Newton Bement, "Aft-
er the Sound and the Fury."
Graduate students of the de-
partment are cordially invited.
Soph Cabaret final dress re-
hearsals, Thurs., Dec. 5, and Fri.,
Dec. 6, Lydia MViendelssohn Thea-
tre. Members of cast and stage
committees report at 6:45 p.m.
and be in costume and ready by
7:15 p.m. Members will be ex-
cused from Choral Union prac-
tice by turning in their names at
the office in Burton Tower. Late
permission " until 11:30 will be
granted for the Thursday night
Patrons Committee of Soph
Cabaret meeting at 7:00 p.m.
Wed., Dec. 4, League. See bul-
letin board in League main lobby
for room number.
Michigan Wolverines meeting
at 6:45 p.m., Wed., Dec. 4, Union.
Members note time change.
AVC Weekly Record Hop, 2:30-
5:30 p.m., Wed., Dec. 4, League
Ballroom. Everyone is welcome.
Hindustan Association Members
-'Ensian picture will be taken at
8:15 p.m., Wed., Dec. 4, Room 316,
Union. A meeting to nominate
delegates for the forthcoming
H.S.A.A. convention will follow.
Der deutsche Verein will meet
to have the 'Ensian picture taken
at 8:00 p m., Wed., Dec. 4, Room
C, 3rd floor, League. Membership I
cards are necessary for the pic-
ture. Those who do not have
cards may buy them at the meet-
Michigan Dames Bool Review
Group meet at the home of Mrs.
H. G. Voelker, 920 Dewey, at 8:00
p.m., Dec. 4.
Underwriting weekly Thursday
luncheon at 12:00, in the Russian
Tea Room.

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Santa suggests:
Compacts and Cases,
Bracelets, Cuff Links,
Cigarette Cases, Fig-
Cocktail Sets, Watch
Bracelets, Watches,
Michigan Jewelry.
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302 South State Street

LOST: Small gold charm in form of
gavel, with fraternity crest. Finder
please call Rose at 2-5232. Reward.)17
LOST: Grey and gold Parker "51" be-
tween Union end Ec. Bldg., last Wed.
Finder please contact Bob White,
Phone 9021. )20
FOUND: Silk printed head scarf found
on Oakland between Hill and Mon-
roe. Owner call Joan or Rose at
2-5232. )18
I'M GOIN' BLIND! Please return horn-
rimmed glasses lost Nov. 21 to Betty-
ann Larsen at 516 E. Madison or call
4121-2145. A brown Shaeffer pen was
clipped to the case, but I'm only wor-
ried about my eyes. )10
TAKEN: Alaskan mouton coat, new,
from the Casbah, Nov. 29. Please re-
turn coat and belongings. Coat can
be identified. Nancy Walker, 459 Jor-
dan Hall.)9
NEW MOUTON COAT-Person mistak-
enly taking wrong coat from Union
dance last Wednesday, please return
to Union office.
LOST: Gabardine topcoat lost in Mich-
igan Union Cafeteria. Person who
took by mistake phone 2-2653, Wang.
LOST: Political Science textbook: 'Am-
erican National Government." Please
call Edmund Brownell, 2-2235. )11
LOST:.Wallet containing papers of val-
ue only to me. Keep money. Please
'return papers by mail. Mary Mor-
ris, 1036 Stockwell. ) i
LOST: 3-Ring blue cloth Notebook con-
taining all semester notes and Chem-
istry Textbook in West Gallery of
Alumni Hall Monday evening. Finder
please call 9461. Reward. )39
UNWANTED HAIR permanently re-
moved! Short wave method-faster,
painless. Phone 6373, First National
Building. )35
Marriage Certificates, drawings en-
larged or reduced. Leave your work
at Calkins-Fletcher Drugs. Purchase
camera. Card & Camera Shop. )30
TWO STUDENTS would like ride to
eastern Montana. Share expenses and
help drive. Able to leave Dec. 20th.
Phone 2-2996. )15
WANTED: 2 Passengers to Jacksonville,
Florida. Leave December 20, return-
ing January 5. Phone 7981 evenings.

TAILS: Size 39. Worn only three times.
Call Murray, 2-3297. )5
PHILCO RADIO, table model, excellent
condition, only one month old, 6-
tube superheterodyne receiver, $35.
Erwin Wolk, 103 Tyler House. )7
FOR SALE: Camera, Speed Graphic: 4-
x5, F 4.7 Ecktar coated lens, Super-
matic shutter, coupled Kalart range
finder, Flash Gun, one doz. film
holders, case. Man's hard toe hockey
Skates, L dies' white figure Skates,
man's shoe roller skates, fencing foils
and masks. Bill Lamb, 727 E. King-
sley. )13
MEDIUM SIZE Ponyhide Jacket, never
been worn, i riced ;or immediate sale.
Call 2-4401, 205 Allen Rumnsey. )22
FOR XMAS-A Spaulding tennis rac-
quet-Mercer Beasley, Krobat, Lam-
ina with $8 gut plus a crisp, new $5
bill. All for $20. This is no snow
job. Call me, 2-7360, Dean McClusky,
417 8th St. )6
FOR SALE: One Dress Coat (tails) size
36. Phone 2-2117. )21
MAN'S DRESS SUIT: (tails) 38 long
Complete'with shirt, vest, tie, and
studs. Never been worn. 2567 W.
Grand Blvd., Detroit 8, Mich. )23
GIRLS! FOR SALE-Tops in quality,
lowest prices, tailor-made, 100% wool
skirts. For the skirt that makes every
sweater an eye-opener, call H. Wills,
2-2266 Mon.-Thurs. evenings, 7-9 p.m.
FOR SALE: Fine tuxedo, 36 long; also
cornet, good shape. Phone 2-4963. )2
3-speed gear shift. Mileage meter.
Basket. Practically new. $70. 510 S.
4th Ave. Tel. 8563. )57
MIDWAY Bicycle Shop, 322 E. Liberty.
We have rebuilt used bikes for sale.
Your bike can be expertly repaired
also. ) 56
FREE DELIVERY of your favorite sand-
wiches and beverages. Every day but
Monday, 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. Phone
2-6429. )8
Remodeling-Alterations. "Bring your
sewing problems to us." Hildegarde
Shop, 116 E. Huron, 2-4669. )45
SEWING-Alterations and other work
on women's garments. Miss Living-
ston, 315 S. Division, 2nd floor front.

WANTED: Boy to work in fraternity
house kitchen for meals, 2-3 hours
per day. Call 2-6824.
YOUNG STUDENT Veteran and Wife
desire ride to or near Elmira, N.Y., on
Dec. 21st. Share expenses and driv-
ing. Charles E. Anderson, 1384 Erv-
ing Ct., Willow Village. )3
MEN'S USED CLOTHES wanted. A bet-
ter price paid. Sam's Store, 122 E.
Washington St. )14
DISHWASHERS for noon and evening
meals wanted by Phi Sigma Kappa,
1043 Baldwin. Call house manager,
2-6500. )16
GIRLS, 17 and over. We will train you
for a career as a telephone operator.
An experienced operator is always in
demand. Apply at Mich. Bell Tele-
phone Co., 323 E. Washington St. )43
STUDENTS for part time work at soda
fountain. Swifts Drug Store, 340 S.
State, Ph. 3534. )34
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