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TilE MICIGAN DAILY

! U8DAY, rBFlm 22, i948.

Len Steinbrueck, Phi Psi's Win 100 Yard Dash Hono

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I-M Brief's
The usual Co-Recreational pro-
gram will be held this Friday
night at the I-M building. Mixed
participation will take place in
volleyball, badminton, paddleball,
and swimming. All facilities will
be open, including the small gym
containing the gymnastic equip-
ment-parallel bars, trampoline,
and others.
Alpha Omega defeated Nu
Sigma Nu, 2406-2299, Monday
night for the professional fra-
ternity bowling championship.
Phi Epsilon Kappa became
the paddleball champions by
beating Alpha Chi Sigma 2-1.
Delta Upsilon defeated Chi
Phi last night, 4-0, in the fra-
ternity championship water polo
contest.
* * *
Entries ate being accepted for
the faculty tennis and golf tour-
naments which will be held early
in May. Applicants are requested
to leave name and extension
number at the I-M office.
The Turks beat the Chinese
6-2, in a soccer contest last Sat-
urday. The Chinese will meet
the Indians next Saturday, and
Sunday afternoon the Euro-
peans will tangle with the Turks
and the Arabs will face the
Latin Americans. These games
are held on the Stadium grounds
near Gate 2.
Kappa Sigma and Sigma Chi
will tangle this afternoon for
paddleball laurels, while SAE and
Phi Delta Theta put the finishing
touches on "B" basketball later
this week in the general fraternity
division.
Entries will be accepted until
April 26 for I-M tennis and horse-
shoe competition which will begin
on May 4.
Registrations for golf will close
on May 5. Play will begin on May
15.
* * *
The results of the Organizations
in the Michigan Daily 100-yard
dash are as follows:
Phi .Kappa Psi ........... 32
Greene House ............27
Hayden House ...........20
Sigma Alpha Mu .........13
Lloyd House ............13
Newman Club ...........12
Robert Owen ............ 3
Pi Lambda Phi ...........1
Allen Rumsey ............ 1

100 Enthusiasts ParticipateISo tball

In Alluampus T rack Event
By BUD WEIDENTHAL
Leonard Steinbrueck of Lloyd House and Phi Kappa Psi frater-
nity walked away with top honors in The Daily 100-yard dash con-
test yesterday at Ferry Field.
Steinbrueck took individual honors by leading the pack of 100
entrants in the winning time of 11.3 seconds.
Phi Psi's Win Trophy
The Phi Psi's went home with The Daily trophy for amassing
the most points among the organizations participating.
The winners placed men in second and fourth positions and
ran up a total of 32. Greene house placed three men in the top
twelve and finished second with 27 markers.
The other individual winners were Eugene Estes, Frank Sutton,

Fraternities,
Independents,
Dorms Active
After being held up by weather
and schedule difficulties, Intra-
mnural softball erne into hi{J h ear

Leagues
Kappa Sig 8. Beta 3 for
Phi Sigma Kappa 15, DTD 8 18-
Pi Lambda Phi 9, Trigon 8 th
Sig Ep 20, DKE 2 wa
Phi Kappa Tau 12, SAE 6 of
Phi Psi 11, Chi Phi 3 str
Theta Chi 6. Sigma Phi 1 Fl
ATO 10, Triangle 4!In
Theta Xi 19, Alpha Phi Alpha 13
In Residence Hall softball F

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mance gave Greene House an
-4 derision over Hinsdale, but
e best pitching chore thus far
s turned in by John Pielemeier
Wenley House. Pielemeier
uck out 10 while handing
etcher a 14-2 defeat.
dependents:
Mis-fits 10, Club 521 0
Sluggers 14, N.R.O.T.C. 11
Falcons 14. Michigan Co-op 9
Newman 'A' 12, Hillel 2
M.C.F. 10, Robert Owen 2
Club 1208 15, Newman 'B' 12
Dodgers 5, Michigan Daily 3

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Tau Delta Phi 9, Foul Balls 8
Goosers 9, Chanticleers 7
Rodgers 8, Turkeys 7
Chanticleers 9, Turkeys 6
Professional fraternity:
Nu Sigma Nu 28, Alpha Chi Sig-
ma 6
Phi Alpha Kappa 11, Alpha
Rho Chi 9
Delta Sigma Delta 16, Delta Sig-
ma Pi2
Law Club 11, Tau Epsilon Rho 8

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I should like to commend
The Michigan Daily for its in-
itiative and interest in spon-
soring this 100 - yard dash
event. The sole source of var-
sity athletic teams ought to be
from just such student compe-
titions. Certainly they're fun
for everyone and should stim-
ulate increased interest in
sports generally.
Why not extend the compe-
tition toward an all campus
field day with three-legged
races, handicap races, fat
man's races, etc? They were
fun 30 years ago. Why not in
1949?
Again my congratulations. It
was well handled and very
much worth while.
-Ken Doherty.

Richard Slocum, Frank White-
house, Edgar Smith, Robert
Schoendube, Russell Sessions, Al-
fonso Geiger, Ed Stepkowicz, Al
Neef, and George Gordon in that
order.

Trackmen Judges
The Michigan

varsity and.

competition eight games were
last weekend. played Friday and eight Monday.1
These early games evidenced a On Friday Vaughan House
need for practice in the field as swamped Anderson House by the
errors were numerous and costly, score of 26-5 behind the four-hit
Hitting supplied the necessary pitching of Al Nadeou. John Top-
punch to push the greater major- orowski's hurling gave Hinsdale
ity of the games into double fig- House a 15-0 victory over Hayden
ures. House. In three other pitchers'
Fraternity scores from Friday games Prescott took Cooley House,
and Tuesday: 6-0, Wenley crushed Michigan
DU 5, Phi Sigma Delta 1 House, 12-2, and Strauss House
Sig Ep 12, Phi Sigma Delta 7 easily defeated Tyler, 12-4.
Pi Lambda Phi 8, Theta Chi 5 Adams House Wins
SAM 7, Psi U 2 Filling out Friday's bill, Adams
Chi Psi 6, Sigma Nu 2 House took advantage of five er-
Chi Phi 12, PSK 2 rors by Allen-Rumsey players to
Phi Kappa Psi 10, DTD 2 coast to a 10-2 triumph; Fletcher
Phi Delt's 13, Alpha Delt's 10 House outpointed Williams, 15-12,
DU 14, DKE 13 while Winchell was giving Chi-
Sigma Chi 7, Zeta Psi 0 cago House the same treatment,
Lambda Chi 5, Alpha Sig's 1 14-12.
ZBT 22. Acacia 14 Strik.^s Out Ten
Beta 17, Theta Xi 1 Henry Bazydlo's mound por-

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Sigma 6, Phi Delta Ep-

freshman track teams acted as
judges and timers while the run-
ning of the whole event was cap-I
ably handled by freshman coach
Don Canham.
Track coach Ken Doherty was
in the stands with his eyes on
every performer, intent on find-
ing himself additions to his squad.

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

WAA Notices'
Tennis -- All women may sign
up on the .bulletin board in Bar-
bour Gym or tie WAB for the All-
Campus women's doubles tourna-
ment. Players are asked to submit
the names of partners and tele-
phone numbers.
Tennis club practices will be
held from 10 a.m. to noon, 1 to 3
p.m. and 4 .to 6 p.m. today and
Saturday. Practices on Friday will
be held from 3 to 6 p.m.
Softball-First regular meeting
of the club willabeheld at 4:15
p.m. tomorrow at the WAB. All
coeds are eligible to participate
in the club. Members will play and
discuss plans for the season at
this meeting.

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CAMERA, Voigtlander Bessa, built-in
range finder, 3.5 lens, 1/400 second.
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MAY FESTIVAL series ticket, main
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MAY FESTIVAL ticket, first floor cen-
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TWO CHOICE first floor patrons'
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TYPEWRITER - Remington portable.
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Phone 308 Tyler E.Q. )23
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HOLLYWOOD Double bed and mat-
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Ph. 27401. )32
E. ANN ARBOR-Modern 4 room house
and bath. Full basement. Landscaped.
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COMPLETELY furnished and electri-
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HOUSE TRAILER FOR SALE: 1947
Colonial Manor, 27 ft. Tandem, 6
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5 months old, like new. 1300 Hutch-
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FOR SALE-Baby grand piano. Fair
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REMINGTON threesome electric shav-
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YOUNG LOVEBIRDS, parakeets, cocke-
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GOLF EQUIPT.: Spaulding, MacGregor,
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1939 PLYMOUTH Club Coupe, fair
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SPEED GRAPHIC, 21 by 3% complete
with flash gun, reflectors, film only
$165.00. Call 5806, Mr. Hurd this ev-
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NEW GOLF CLUBS-Sets of 5 Irons
3 Woods, Reasonable. Call 27053 or
See them at 1320 N. University (near
Forest).

FOR RENT;
DOUBLE ROOM near campus for boys.
Ph. 2-0157. Mornings or evenings. )40
ROOMMATES WANTED -Male. Cam-
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DOUBLE ROOM for male students, call
6059. )17
BUSINESS SERVICES
COMPLETE SERVICE on your furs.
Cold storage, individualized cleaning,
glazing, insurance, restyling and re-
pairing. Ginsberg Furs. 607 E. Liberty.
Michigan Theater Building. )48
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickuiM and deliv-
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ALTERATIONS-RESTYLING- Cast-
om clothes. Hildegarde Shop, 109 E.
Washington, Telephone 2-4669. )87
TYPING: Theses, term papers, ad-
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SADDLE HORSES for hire. Student
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horses boarded. Stable % mile south
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WANTED
WANTED: Roommate to share apart-
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term. Write Shirley Nelson. West
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VACANCY in double room for boy.
Othe' aroomer doctor from South
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COUPLE, Student & Registered Nurse
Desire Apt, in June, Box 86, Mich.
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST-A new Argus C-3 camera was
left on the counter at the University
Branch of the Ann Arbor Bank yes-
terday. Finder will be rewarded. Con-
tact Tatto. 320 E. Liberty. )34
LOST: Black part cocker puppy Satur-
day noon. Vicinity Kroger's Willow
Run Store. Please return. Reward.
Write Box 88, Michigan Daily. )31
GOLD "Movado" watch. On or near
Island. Call J. Dresner, 6320. Reward.
)24
LOST: On Campus or in vicinity of
IM Building, a gold ID Bracelet, en-.
graved "Marilyn." Finder please call
9371. Reward. )16
LOST: Voightlander reflex and filter
case near the Island last Saturday.
Reward Don Todd, 21600. )13
$10 REWARD for lost K & E Slide Rule,
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REGISTERED PHARMACIST - Part-
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RADIO TECHNICIAN to work on Re-
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June 14 and ending September 15.
Must be able to process 35 mm. film
and be able to evaluate films with
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