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THE MICHIGAN DAILY I

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SigEps Take FoulShooting Crown

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I Residence Hall League
Hpeuili v l rP~ni H~j11p id igan Wilts

Chi Psi Setting Pace
Mis-Fits Lead Pack in
Chi Psi in the fraternity divi-
sion, Nu Sigma Nu of the profes-
sional fraternities, Greene House
in the Residence Halls league, and
the Misfits of the Independents
are heading their respective fields
with only four sports left on the
spring schedule.
Chi Psi, in a total of 17
events has amassed 1152 points.
Beta Theta Pi is second with
1122 points and Sigma Phi Ep-
silon is third with a 1078 total.
The list of the top ten is com-
pleted with Sigma Chi fourth with
1058 points, Chi Phi next with
1013, Phi Delta Theta follows with
971, then Phi Gamma Delta with
911, Kappa Sigma is eighth with
892, Theta Chi next with 873, and
Alpha Tau Omega tenth with 7981
points.
Nu Sigma Nu has captured first
place in four of the five profes-
sional fraternity events, missing3
the championship only in bas-C
ketball, for a total of 509 points.9
Second place in that league is heldC

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in Fraternity League; Sigma Phi Epsilon coppedt
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test for the second year in ar
down by Phi Alpha Kappa with with a total of 202 points, ji
407 points, followed closely by Phi one short of the record which t
407points, follwecosely t by set last year.
Rho Sigma which boasts a total The race was close for the n
of 406. four positions with onlyf
Alpha Kappa Kappa is fourth points separating the compet
and, the Lawyers Club fifth with teams. Sigma Chi was sec
359 and 355 points, respectively, with 195, Chi Phi third with1
in this division. Beta Theta Pi next with 192,a

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fraternity division were Phi Delta
Theta, 189; Lambda Chi Alpha,
182; Chi Psi, 181; Zeta Psi, 178;
and Theta Chi, 171.
Theta Chi Bill Tattersall was
individual high man of the 419
men who competed with an ad-
mirable showing of 24 out of 25.
Michigan House Wins
Michigan House captured the
Residence Halls foul shooting
crown by sinking a total of 191
shots. Greene House was second
with 181, Hayden was third, and
Chicago and Williams tied for the
next position.
The Mis-fits added the foul
shooting title to their recently ac-
quired basketball crown. Their to-
tal of 188 points topped the list,
and Newman Club was runner-up
with 179. The Dodgers and Hillel
tied for third with 163 points.

I-M NEWS
Four sports will occupy the in-
terests of the Intramural sports-
man for the remainder of the sea-
son.
After three playoff games, in
paddleball, water polo, and "B"
basketball, are played softball.
horseshoes, tennis, and golf will
round out the program for the
spring term.
* * *
The foreign students are ar-
ranging a soccer league which in
part is a carry over from last
fall's competition. Six teams will
comprise the league. The .first
game will be played this Saturday
afternoon on a field behind the
Stadium, and a double header will
be held Sunday afternoon.
M * *
The All-Campus golf tourna-
ment, an all-day affair with four-
somes starting from eight in the
morning till four in the after-
noon, will be held Saturday, May
15.

By JACK MAY
Blindness, a handicap? Not as
far as Ed Levinson, blind PEM
student, is concerned.
To Levinson, the only difference
between a normal person and a
blind one, is that the latter can-I
not see. And so he is attempting
to makenhis college education as
well-rounded as you, me, or the
fellow next door. Only in his case,
it's a little tougher.
When Ed entered the Univer -
sity last fall, he heard that all
freshmen were required to take
a year of physical education.
Despite eighteen hours of Lit
school subjects, and exemption
of handicapped students, Ed
showed up the first day of class-
es ready to take anything that
the instructors handed out.
Most freshmen work-out only
the required two days a week, but

Ed exercises three or four, and he
would be at Waterman Gym more
often if somebody kept reminding
him. His main objective is to im-
prove his posture. The eighteen
year old pre-law student has a
habit of stooping over when he
walks or he slounches in a chair.
To correct this, instructors, Bo
Cameron, George Lynn, and Den-
nis Rigan are trying to build up
Ed's muscles which are extremely
weak from physical inactivity
throughout his life. Emphasis has
been put on arm and upper body
development. He tried wrestling,
but found it too strenuous. Now
he is concentrating on weight lift-
ing, sit-ups, push-ups, wall-
weights, and various other exer-
cises.
But by far, Ed's greatest thrill
was experienced on the tram-

poline. The instructor stands
on the side, holding his hand
while the blind student bounces
to his heart's content.
You and I might think it takes
a lot of courage to do what Ed
Levinson is doing, and no doubt it
does. But he looks at it from a dif-
ferent angle. Ed explained non-
chanantly, "It isn't particularly
difficult. It's there to do, so I
have to do it, just as I have to find
my way around campus. I'm glad
to have the opportunity."
Jim Caris, ex-pocket bil-
liards champion, will give an
exhibition from 3 to 5 p.m. to-
day at the Union. He will be
available between 6:30 and 9
this evening to furnish instruc-
tion.

SIGHT UNSEEN!
BlindnessNo Handicap to PEM Student

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Greene House is leading the
way, as it did last year, and now
is set in first place with 1082
points. Michigan House holds
the second slot with 1018
points, its closest rival being
Lloyd House which has amassed
a 1005 total. Winchell and Wil-
liams houses occupy fourth and
fifth, the former having 855
points and the latter 838.
In the Independent division the
Misfits are leading the parade
with 640 counters, Newman Club
is second with 612, and the Dodg-
ers a distant third with 525. Last
year's champion, the Michigan
Christian Fellowship, is next with
416 points, and the Robert Owen
Co-op is fifth with a 356 total.

Delta Upsilon fifth with 191
points.
Top Ten
Rounding out the top ten in the

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for the period of June 15, to Sept.
15, 1948. Men who have had meteoro-
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vited to apply. Personnel Office, 208
University Hall.
FOR RENT
DOUBLE ROOM for men students,
Call 6059. )13
ROOM for two men available now.
Cooking privileges. 1307 S. State. )41
WANTED TO RENT-Apartment for
summer and post-summer sessions.
Call Al Shapiro, 2-4607, 3-5 p.m. )46
SWAP Apartments-My 6-room apart-
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(MIT), 15 minutes to Harvard, close
to N.E. Conservatory, Boston Univ.,
etc., tortrade for equivalent apt. in
Ann Arbor. Can arrange exchange
any time between June and Sept.
Write Kurt Back, 12 Haviland St.,
Boston, Mass.

WANTED
WANTED - Binoculars 6x30 B&L or
Zeiss preferred. Tommy 2-0168. )37
WANTED: A 1946, 1947, or 1948 Ford
or Chevrolet by private party. Will
pay over list price for 1948 model.
Box No. 81. )16
PERSONAL
ANYONE KNOWING whereabouts of
Dr. Mary Marcus, write Box 83.
Beauty is skin deep
Don't leave your wife
Just spend four bits
For a paring knife
Or get her picture taken at the
DAILY DARK ROOM )20
Mary: Don't sell any more Ensians
until May 15. Can make more money
then with the price increase. -Buck.
Buck: The way Ensians are selling
we won't have any to sell May 1.
-Mary )50
LESSON IN TOLERANCE
If your date at Assembly Ball refuses
to dance-be tolerant. Sho just can't
stop looking at her corsage from-
CAMPUS CORSAGE SERhVICE
Bill Barish-2-7032 )45
FOR SALE

LOST AND FOUND
LOST ZBT fraternity pin with green
sweater; call 4315; Reward. )30
LOST-Checkbook and black billfold.
Monogrammed "J.B." between 320 E.
Washington and East Quad. Reward.
J. Borland, 2-4591. )44
LOST: Green wallet, April 12, near
Goodyear's. Credentials and identifi-
cation urgently needed. Call M. Dix-
on, 9322. )26
BUSINESS SERVICES
LAUNDRY--Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickup and deliv-'
cry. Phone 25-7708. )43
ALTERATIONS-RESTYLING- Cust-
om clothes. Hildegarde Shop. 109 E.
Washington, Telephone 2-4669. )87

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COUPLE wants apartment with cook-
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A.F. Hilliard, 432 W. Dutton St.,
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PROFESSOR and family want to rent
house or apartment from June 15
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APT. FOR SUMMER-Vet and wife
desire to rent or sublet furnished
apt. J.R. Browning, 2-2969. )24

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Playing Through Saturday
M ICHIGAN 35c until 5 p.m.
All They Had in Common Was LOVE and a Set of PRINCIPLES!

BICYCLE-Man's Lightweight, $25.
lumbia. Jerry Rees, 6284.
TWO MEN'S BROWN sport coats.
44 long. Phone 2-2995.

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TICKET--May Festival Series. First
balcony. $10.80. Call Brown, 2-1869. )40
EUREKA SWEEPER, with attachments.
Also King cornet. 1019 Church Street.
)34
TWO TUXES, vests, size 36, very good
condition, $35, size 44, good condi-
tion, $25. Bill Wynn, 2-6674. ) 27
FOR SALE: 1935 Pymouth Coupe. Call
2-6918 After 5 p.m. 1463 University
Terrace, Apt. 1220. )29
GOLF EQUIPMENT: Spaulding, Mac-
Gregor, Wilson. Ph. 4044 or 2-2058, J.
Malloy, Pro. )35
TRENCHCOAT-Tweed coat switch. P-
Bell before vacation. Call 2-4591, 213
Hinsdale. )25
PARRAKEETS MAKE delightful in-
expensive pets. $4 and $6 each. Bird
supplies, Mrs. Ruffins, 562 S. 7th.
TAILS-Size 36. Shirts, studs, beauti-
ful condition. Allen Freiwald. Ph.
20249. )9
NEW GOLF CLUBS-Sets of 5 irons, 3
woods. Reasonable. Call 27053 or see
them at 1320 North University (near
Forest).
SUIT, men's, Navy blue, all-wool, size
39, almost new, reasonably-priced,
443 S. Div. Apt. 3. )14

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)15 yu or
TUXEDO: Size 36 or 37, in excellent IOT UAMBURG RS
condition. Ask for Harvey Krasner F ENCRI FITES
1003 E. University. Phone 5372. )17 MALTI1D MILKS
hOM,-MADE CHILJ
MAY FESTIVAL Tickets, three adjoin- MILK-COFFEE-COKES
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Enztire Series, Established Price. Ph. Special
4145, Ext. P-42, O. E. Anderson. )48 OTFSH&C P 70
GOOD TRANSPORTATION: '37 Ford,
85' Tudor. 24,000 miles on motor.
New wiring, plugs, battery, shock CALL
absorbers, etc. New gas heater. Ex-
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'T'UXEDO: Excellent condition. Only
{ $15. Size 37 regular, Phone 5938.
TUXEDO like new, originally $65, sac-
rifice $35. Worn twice. Accessories,
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