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THE I'lli tfICAN DAILY

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Phi Psi, Mis-Fits
Each Annex Title

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i Lars Reach
lBoitlimtg Finals
Pi Lambda Phi moved i
the finals of the interfratern
bowling league when they eli
inated Alpha Sigma Phi yest
day on the Union alleys.

Vaughan Five Spike Weiley Kappa Sigma
To Win Residence Crown o eall
-itY -i Paddleball
er- By CARL HORN
ar-hBy CARL' rN Doug Mooney of Vaughan clinched
Vaughan House's rangy basket-he
-~ bal tea tookthe rsr~e game by making 5 points in! A pre-game injury put t

Lloyd House Snatches
Bowling Title by One Pin

Fraternity
By JOHN BARBOUR
A sustained attack that sprung
Phi Kappa Psi into the lead with
two minutes left to play was
enough to drop Lambda Chi Al-
pha, 29-26, and gain the frater-
nity basketball title.
It was Louie La Pierre's bal-
anced performance that kept Phi
Psi the team in control most of
the time. With 6 points in the
first half and 7 in the second
for a total of 13, he popped in the
winning basket.
Phi Psi's Take Lead
Phi Psi, working up a good six
point" lead in the first half, was
tamed as Lambda Chi's Fred Otto,
Hal Trimmers, and Jim Coleman
dropped six foul shots through
the loop out of seven tries. It was
a feeling-out first half that ended
Phi Kappa Psi 12, Lambda Chi
,Alpha 10.
Coleman opened the second half
with a quick two points making
the score 12 up. After a mix-up
in the Phi Psi basket, Lambda
Chli hit with a field goal and a
foul shot making it 15-12.
Crowd Surprised
On one shot that set everyone
gasping, Lambda Chi's Will Perry
fell over' an already floored Phi
Psi, flicked the ball nonchalantly
into the air and on his way down,
he watched it spin off the back-
board into the basket making it
17-12.
Lambda Chi held that lead al-
though it narrowed somewhat at
the end of the third quarter, 22-
18. As the fourth quarter opened,
LCA's Fred Otto and Hal Trim-
mers dropped in foul shots making
it 24-18. Phi Psi followed as Louie
La Pierre and Howie Smith made
it 24-22.
Estes Cuts Margin
There were 312 minutes of play-
ing time left. Gene Estes of Phi
Psi sank a timely foul shot, cut-
ting Lambda Chi's margin to one
point, though Hal Trimmers of
LCA came backluickly to raise it
two points more.
Almost immediately Gene Estes
spun downcourt and dropped one
in for Phi Psi to slice the bulge
to one point again with only three
minutes left to play and the score
Lambda Chi 26, Phi Pis 25.

* . Independe
By JAN BRODT
Only a few tense seconds and
the Mis-Fits became the Indepen-
dent League titlists.
The second overtime period, this
one sudden death, had barely be-
gun when Bob Ritcheske tried
a one hand shot. He missed, but
followed in and took the rebound.
It was true to the mark, giving
theMis-Fits a narrow 31-29 vic-
tory over the Newman Club.
The two teams fought on an
even keel almost every step of
the way. The first half was
featured by numerous shots
missed by both sides and as it
ended, the Newman Club held
a scant lead, 13-10. Bruce Otto,
of the Mis-Fits, was the most
successful scorer, netting 7
points.
As the second half opened, the
Newman Club built up a slight
lead. Ed Klauke and Ed Norris
led the way, and the third period
closed with Newman leading 23-
17.
Then the Mis-Fit outfit began
to roll, as Otto connected for four
points and Jack Coons ,tied it up
with two foul shots.
When the Newman Club
started pressing, the referee be-
gan awarding charity tosses to
the Mis-Fits. Glen Frye and
Otto sunk their to put their
squad out in front for the first
time in the game, but it didn't
last long. Regulation time ended
with the score deadlocked at
27.
In the three-minute overtime,
the Mis-Fits drew first blood as
Otto dunked another foul shot,
but Newman bounced right back
with Norris adding a bucket and
shooting them into the lead, 29-
28. Another foul gave Ritcheske
two shots. With the chips down
and having missed every foul shot
he'd tried all evening, he landed
the second one.
The first overtime came to a
close with the score knotted, 29-
29. Then came Ritcheske.

the

Phi Delts Top
1mM atators I
Phi Delta Theta claimed the
fraternity swimming title overi
last year's champions Chi Psi by
a safe margin, 26-20, at the I-MI
Open House Tuesday night.
SUMMARIES
50-Yard Breast Stroke:-First
Fred Marks, ZBT, 32.5; Second,
Ralston Hayden, BTP; Third,
Jack Mack, Sigma Phi; Fourth,',
Willis Boice, Chi Psi.
220-Yard Free Style: First,
Warren Morrill,* Zeta Psi, 2:39.5;
Second, Norman Hodgson, BTP;
Third, Jim Reagan, Acacia;
Fourth, Bill Wells, Chi Psi.
50-Yard Back Stroke: First,
Marty Marsack, PDT, 31.0; See-
' ond, Don Stuart, Theta Xi; Third,
Dave Crippen, Sigma Chi; Fourth,
Byron Parshall, Chi Psi.I

championship by a 34-28 score as,
they held off a last quarter Wen-
ley House rally at the Open House
Tuesday night.
In the first half, Vaughan ran''
up 8 points before the cold shoot-
ing Wenley five finally registered
a marker on Dick Batesole's free
throw. Vaughan led 17-6 as the!

the last minutes of play.
Wenley Poor on Foul Shots
Wenley's poor percentage at the
foul line accounted in large meas-
ure for its defeat. Sessions, with
his deadly one hand push shot, led
the West Quad champions in scor-
ing with 10 points.

half ended and appeared to have Besides Jakeway's shooting.
the contest sewed up. Vaughan had other scoring punch
Third Period Pops in their line-up as center Wally
The third period was much the Simmons swished four shots for
same way with Vaughan out in eight points and forward Al Jok-
front, 26-14, as the period closed. ela made six markers. Roger De-
Then things began to pop for the Meritt, house athletic director.
Wenley squad. In rapid succession played a steady game at guard
Al Maslin, Jack Bryant, Dino Ar- for the winners.
tila, and Russ Sessions tossed in
buckets to make the score 26-22. Army, Navy-Freshmen RO-
From then on the game was nip TC and NROTC Rifle Teams
and tuck all the way when Vaugh- will compete Thursday evening
an lost its top scorer, Phil Jake- at 7:30 p.m. at the ROTC range
way on fouls and also guard for a trophy established by the
Roger Kenyon. Graf O'Iara Post No. 423 of
After each team had matched Veterans of Foreign Wars.
each other point for point, sub ___________________

Sigma Chi-Zeta Psi semi-finals
match on the shelf, but Kappa
Sigma fanned Pi Lambda Phi 3-
0 in the other semifinals of the
Fraternity Paddleball Tournament
at the I-M Open House. Tuesday.
Two of the three sets scheduled
in the Sigma Chi-Zeta Psi tilt
I were played as John Kulpinski of
Sigma Chi lost to Zeta Psi's Wil-
lard Heard, and Sigma Chi's
doubles, Jack Harlan and Jack
Rokos, took Frank Woods and
Charles Murray of Zeta Psi in the
first two games.
Kappa Sigma showed strength I
in taking the first two games of
each of the three sets against Pi
Lambda Phi.
Kappa Sig Dick Scoles topped
Milt Roth in No. 1 singles: while
fraternity brother Bill Silberberg
did the same to Mort Cohen in
No. 2 singles. In the doubles Pi
Lambda Phi's Joe Stern and Ken
Berke fell to Kappa Sigma's Jim
Hesler and Bill Pritula.

Lloyd House retained its 'A'
bowling crown in the residence
halls competition by just edging
Chicago House, 2514-2513, last
Saturday in the Union alleys.
Reminiscent of last year's fi-
nals when Lloyd also beat Chi-
cago by a close margin, the match
was a skin tight affair all the way.
Reliable John Bezverkov, Lloyd's
anchor man and ABC bowler,
clinched the match when he
spared in the last frame and then
downed 8 ins on his extra ball,
which was exactly the amount,
needed to win.
At the end of the first game

Chicago had a 61 point lead, 824-
763. with their lead off man How-
ard Gorman's score of 209 tops.
Then in the second line Lloyd
really caught on fire by rolling up
a 900 series. Rocky Smith's 232,
in this game, was highest of the
contest and Bezverkov was right
behind with a 211 score. Chicago
bowled a consistent 827 series but
saw Lloyd take a 12 pin lead.

About 97.4 of the
land in the state of
eluded in farms. Of
cent is improved.

acreage of
Iowa is in-
this 89 per

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I-M Briefs
In the semi-finals of Frater-
nity Water Polo last year's
champs, Delta Upsilon stayed in
the running with a 3-1 victory
over Chi Psi, and Chi Phi qual-
ified to meet them in the final
match by submerging Sigma Phi
Epsilon 4-0.
S * *
In a dual-gym meet at the
ITM Open House Waterman Gym's
weightlifters fell to the I-M Build-
ing's team 3.97-3.77.
The three best scores were com-
piled by members of the I-M team
as Dick Roti claimed 675. Sher-
wood Corny made 670, and Chuck
Fuller was third best with 655.
Girls' Basketball
Rulies Changed(M
One rule change and an altera-
tion in a rule for women's basket-
ball were agreed upon by the
women's committee on basketball
of the American Association for'
Health, Physical Education and
Recreation at a recent meeting at
the University.
The rule change, to go into ef-
fect in the fall of 1948, will make
it a foul to step on the outside
boundary line while in possession
of the ball.
The rule alteration, also effec-
tive next season, will permit a
double dribble, if both teams
agreed on its use before a game
begins. Previously a player had
to pass or shoot the ball after
bouncing it once.

CLASSIF E DADVEIITISING

SOCIAL
CHAIRMEN
favors., i' have always.,[Clt that
purchase price is secondary
originality and design. Many of
the outstanding campus dan'e
programs this year have been
selected from our least expensive
samples.
We have literally thousands of
available program samples and
sketches for you to consider, and
we enjoy wvorking with you to
adapt available cuts and et'h-
ings to your requirements. When
necessary, we have a staff of
competent artists at your dis-
posal.
There is never any obligation
in consulting us regarding your
party needs.
-'rom and Meredith Suckling
L. G. BALFOUR CO.
1319 South University
Phone 9533

PHONE for
your FOOD . .
We deliver to
your door, . .
HOT HAMBURGERS
FRENCH FRIES
MALTED MILKS
HOME-MADE CHILI
MILK-COFFEE-COKES
Special
HOT FISH & CHIPS 70c
CALL
Carry-Burger Service

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PERSONAL

INSURANCE POLICYI
on all dates . . . corsage from
CAMPUS CORSAGE SERVICE
Call 2-7032 between 8-12 P.M. )45
WANTED TO RENT
TWO GIRLS wish to rent or sub-let
furnished apt. for summer term.
Box 80, Daily. )60
WANTED
STUDENT and wife each want golf
clubs. What can you offer? Ph. 2-
4801, not over weekend. )74
WANTED: Man's bicycle. Raleigh, 3-
speed gear or other lightweight, gear-
ed cycle. Call Jim T. 6768. )71
WANTED: Good 35 m ncamera-- turn
Your came'ra into cash. Call 2-7913.)65
FOR SALE
New table model Philco radio record
changer combination. Like new. 25 per-
cent off. Call 2-4591 301 Prescott House
after seven. )49 {
SALE OR TRADE: Bolex H-8, 8 mm.
Movie Camera and frame counter-
f:3 Schneider-Kreuzrach Lens, Case
Call 8612--Plank. )43
LADIES BICYCLE-Genuine imported
English Raleigh with generator.
lights, tire pump, gear shift, over-
size rims, tool kit, basket, etc. Like
new. Cost $96. Will sell for $60. Phone
2-0706. )51
FUNK & WAGNALLS complete Ger-
man record course--brand new con-a
dition $40-120 Chicago House 2-4401.
)52
PORTABLE combination disk recorder
and microphone phonograph, public
address system, radio. Used 4 mos.
Also Remington business typewriter.
Sacrifice prices. Call Evans, Ypsi
9282. ) 64
'36 Chev sedan. Good transportation.
1563 Tully Ct. after 5. )63
TEE OFF with a new set of clubs, S
Irons, 3 woods. Men's women's rea-
sonable. Call 2-7053. )61
27-ft. 1941 LaSalle housetrailer with
electric ref., bottle gas stove. Low
down payment. R. D. Scott, 5295 W.
Mich., Ypsi 1384J1. )68

HELP WANTED
CANDY SALESGIRL- -11 a.m. - 8 p.m.
2 p.m.-11 p.m. Mary Lee Candies. )55
HELP WANTED: Part time help for
evenings and week-end. Apply Broad-
way Soda Bar, 1015 Broadway be-
fore 2 p.m. or after 6 p.m. )46
SUMMER JOB: Graduate or senior stu-
dent to direct swimming and acti-
vities; wife to cook. July and August.
Torch Lake Yact:. Club. 40 families.
Room, board. X300 plus food percent-
¢e. References Dr. J. S. Detar. Mi-
lan, Mich. )75
BUSINESS SERVICES
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickup and de-
livery. Phone 25-7708. )41
WATCH REPAIR-Done by an expert
with years of experience. A. Spring.
Jeweler, 221 S. 4th Ave. Phone 4834.
)14

FOR RENT

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DOUBLE ROOM-For couple. Kitchen
privileges; near campus. Phone 2-5128.
)29
SHARE pleasant double room one block
from campus. Business woman or
graduite. 714 E. University. )92
SINGLE ROOM for girl after spring
vacation opposite Rackham. Phone
8671 before noon. )42
WILL exchange apartment in north-
west Detroit for one in Ann Arbor
near campus. Call Paula Goldstein,
6737 between 10 and 11 p.m. )72
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Male Brittany Spaniel-Orange
and White License-1351-Answers to
"Jeff." Reward. Phone 2-1553. )54
LOST-Chi Omega Pin. S. L. Johnson
on back. Reward. Call 2-2569. )56
LOST: Rhinestone bracelet. Vicinity
Olivia and Cambridge. Call 2-2443.
)31
LOST: Black wallet near Gray-Mac-
Dougall Grocery on S. University. )70
GOLD signet ring, gray stone with
black, engraved family crest. Great
personal value. Reward. Box 95. )69
AT SCHWABEN'S Saturday taken by
mistake, gabardine topcoat. Have
yours; call 2-1349. )58
LOST: Keys. Willow Run Service Sta-
tion key chain. 5 keys attached. Con-
tact B. H. Thompson, 1531 Linden
Ct., W.R.V. A )62

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HENRY CRAWFORD and his 8-PIECE ORCHESTRA
with Featured VOCALIST
In addition to an INTERMISSION SHOW
by the
"MUSICAL MADCAPS"
(Alnerica's Wackiest Band)

TYPING:
dresses.
letters,
ice, 208

Theses, term papers, ad-
Duplicating: notices, form
programs. A2 Typing Serv-
Nickels Arcade, Ph. 9811. )28

N. Community Building
Willow Run, Michigan
$1.501

Saturday, March 27
9:00 P.M. to 1

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Continuous
r'.Daily
from 1 P.M.

Weekdays
S35c to 5 P.M.

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TOM & JERRY
COMING SUNDAY!

Also
- SPORT - NEWS
"THE SWORDSMAN"

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rWAANotices
Tennis-Business meeting for
all old members at 5:15 p.m. to-
day (Thurs.) at the WAB Lounge.
Fencing - Regular practice
meeting at 4:20 p.m. today at the
WAB.
Basketball - Last meeting of
the season tomorrow in Barbour
Gym.
Ballet. - Regular practice and
instructional period from 8 to 9
p.m. Monday in the Dance Studio
of Barbour Gym.
Camp-Counselors - There will
be a hike for all members from
1 to 3 p.m. Saturday. The group
will assemble at 1 p.m. at the
WAB.

THINK OF HILDEGARDE'S when you
think of spring. Let us give your last
year's wardrobe that new look. Alter-
ations a specialty with prompt serv-
ice. Custom clothes and re-styling.
Hildegarde Shop, 109 East Washing-
ton, Telephone 2-4669. )87
TRANSPORTATION
RIDE WANTED to Washington, D.C,
Spring vacation. Phone Albert Jenk-
ins 2-5584 before 10 p~m. )47
WANTED: Ride to Cleveland April 2.
Phone H. J. 20808 Share expenses.
)48
WILL SHARE EXPENSES and driving
for transportation to or near Sioux
City, Iowa. Leaving on or around
April 3, 2-6582. )53
DRIVING to Miami,.Florida, spring va-
cation. Room for 3, 2-7265, Eve. )39
RIDE WANTED to N.Y.C. Spring vaca-
tion for two., Phone Joan Ramirez.
Univ. Ext. 452. )38
LET'S GO to Colorado. 2 or 3 want to
go. We help drive and share ex-
penses. Need a man with a car who
leavesrApril 3rd. Call 23179, Harry.
Paul or Hodge. )37
TWO Law students want ride spring
vacation to Warren and E. Liverpool,
Ohio or points nearby. Share expense.
Phone Ypsi 3597J12 evenings. )66
RIDE to New England or New York de-
sired by dog and student during
spring vacation. Will share costs.
Phone Johnny, 2-7066. )27
WHATAT?
MICHIGRAS
April 23, 24
MICHIGAN
NOW
$1,OmaO 0dWorth
of Romance andLaughs!

NOTICE
There are replies for the
following persons in the
classified Box Number File.
LOUIS BERMAN
CLYDE VEDDER
RAY SALISBURY
HERBERT WECHSLER
MAXWELL READE
These answers must be
picked up immediately.

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Star of
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Also "THE NUREMBURG TRIALS
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY
MARCH 26, 27, 28 - 8:30 P.M.
Admission 50c -- Tickets on sale at University -fall
KELLOGG AUDITORIUM (Dental School)

THE PURITAN

Vivianne Romance
Star of
"Carmen"

CORONA PORTABLE typewriter
good operating condition. Call
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CANARIES, large selection of top qual-
ity singers and females. Bird supplies,
cages. 562 S. 7th. Phone 5330. )30 I
MAKE ME AN OFFER. Size 42 Camel's
hair topcoat. Phone Bruce Brown,
8568, 7-9 p.m. )36
1935 Chevrolet tudor std. $175, Clean,
good mechanical condition. Call R.
Tybout, 4742 at noon or after 6:00
P,1n. ) 67
ENJOY Spring! New English made
woman's bicycle. Call Bob Greene,
306 Allen Rumsey, 2-4401 West Quad
tonite. )73
WOULD YOU LIKE to build a home
on one of the very few remain-
ig choice sites on the Huron
River? Only four minutes drive
from campus. Adjacent to Muni-I
cipal Golf Course on Geddes Road.
Lots are 100 ft. and 225 ft. front-
age, 370 ft. deep to the bank of
Huron River. Ph. owner. 2-2794.)76

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Plenty of French Fries
Plus all the Trinmmigs
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