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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

- TITRSDAY, APRiL 2 ,

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-1M Briefs
The Arabs will face the Turks
for the championship of the In-
ternational Center Soccer League
at 1:00 p.m. Sunday on field num-
ber 2 of South Ferry Field.
All Introonural teams-Fra-
ternity, Independent, and Resi-
dence Hall-are requested to
subit one candidate for consid-
eration for the All-Campus Ath-
lete award to the Intramural
office before May 5.
Residence Hall tennis will get
under way tomorrow after being
rained out in the matches which
were scheduled for Tuesday. Pro-
fessional fraternities will take to
the courts today.
The annual All-Campus Golf
tournament will be held on Sat-
ui-day May 15. Approximately
350 players will take to the
fairways between 7:30 in the
morning and 4:00 in the after-
noon.
The sixteen low men, regardless
of team, will be eligible to com-
pete in the All-Campus individual
tournament. They will be paired
against each other and the win-
ner will be declared the All-Cam-
pus champion.
Baseball...
(Continued from Page 1)
Bob Wolff came in for Tomasi
and fliedout to, center. Chappuis
cracked a hard hit ball down to
third which Prendergast bobbled
and all hands were safe.
Edwin Froschheiser, who tookJ
over first lase duties from Morrill
in the seventh, promptly drilled a
single through the box to scoreJ
Berce and WaltHancock struck
out swinging to end the inning.
YWA ASHDAY
ECONOMYt
Starts Here!.

I-M Spotlight Still Held by Softballers

Major League Suiwdings

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AMEICiAN LEAGUE

Stewart Hurls No-Hit Game
In Residence Hall Division
Nu Sigma Nu Wins Twice To Keep Lead;
Sluggers Triumph in Independent League

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W L Pet.
Cleveland ...,..5 0 1.000
Washington . 5 :3 .025
St. Louis .. ,... 4 :3 .571
New York 4 3 .571
Philadelhia - 4 4 .500
Detroit.... ...4 5 .444
Boston.........2 5 .286
Chicago ....... . 2 .1430
Yesterday's Results
Detroit 9, St. Louis 4
Games Today
Washington at New York
Boston at Philadelphia
Cleveland at St. Louis
Chicago at Detroit

GBL
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet.
New York 7 2 .778
Cincinnati ..., 5 .500
Chic' go......4 4 .500
Pittlbulrhi .. 4 4 .440
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Phlaephia ... 4 f5 -4
Bost on.........4 .400
Brooklyn.. . .. ..:s .5 .:375
Yesterday's Results
Cincinnati 8, Chicago 1
Boston 7, Philadelphia 0
(jamecs TodayN
New York at Brooklyn
Philadelphia a:1, Boon
St. Louis at Cincinnati
Pittsburgh at Chicago

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Daily-Wise.
TEAM TROPHY-Don Krueger, Athletic Manager of Phi Kappa
Psi, is shown accepting The Michigan Daily Troph'y for the
winning team in The Daily-sponsored all-campus 100-yard dash,
held last week. Charlie Fonville, Michigan's ace shot-putter and
world record-holder is presenting the trophy as Phil Diamond, one

of the official timers, looks on.
points.
Psi UA TO,
Phi .felt's Wilt

The Phi Psi's team total was 32
WAA Notices

Improved baseball was the
watchword insintramural dia-
mond schedule this week.
The hero of Monday's eight-
game card was John Stewart who
hurled a no-hit game 'while his
Adams House teammates were
piling up seven runs to defeat
Chicago, 7-0. In the limelight
too was Bob Tweedie of Michi-
gan House who held Williams
House to two runs and hit a home
run in a 19-2 slaughter.
Allen-Rumsey Wins
Allen-Rumsey took advantage
of eight walks and fiveerrors to
gain a 13-5 victory overWlnchell
House, even though the boys from
Winchell got more hits.
The other five games produced
closer scores. Strauss House bun-
ched nine hits to win over Cooley
House, 8-5. Hinsdale House got
six runs in the first inning of
their game with Vaughn, but went
scoreless for the last five innings
as Vaughn piled up eight runs for
an 8-6 triumph.
Tyler Defeats Prescott
To round out the day's match-
es, Tyler defeated Prescott, 7-4,
Greene beat Hayden House, 7-4,
on 10 hits, and Lloyd edged Flet-
cher, 10-9, in a hard-fought game.
The opening of the intramural
tennis season Tuesday was rain-
ed out.
* * *
With the exception of softball
all is relatively quiet on the Pro-
fessional Fraternity front.
In league No. 1, Nu Sigma Nu
heads the listo by virtue of its two
impressive victories, one over Al-
pha Chi Sigma 28-6, and theo
other over Phi Epsilon Kappa,
14-7.
Alpha Kappa Psi
Three games were played off in
the second division this past week
in which Alpha Kappa Psi downed
Alpha Rho Chi 12-9, Alpha Kap-

pa Kappa ecked out a 11-10 winC
over Phi Alpha Kappa, and Alpha
Rho Chi squeezed by Phi Alpha
Kappa 11-9.
Delta Sigma Delta reigns su- I
preme in league No., 3 boasting
victories over DeltaNSi na Pi 16-2,
and Phi Rho Sigma 19-15. Phi
Delta Epsilon won by forfeit from
Delta Sigma Pi while losing in the
same manner to Phi Rho Sigma.
Tau Epsilon Rho leads league
No. 4 by virtue of a win over the
Lawyers Club 7-5, and a forfeit
from Phi Chi. Phi Delta Phi tram-
pled Phi Chi 17-5 and Phi Delta
Chi withdrew from the league.
A one-hit game by Bard of the
Sluggers and a two-hitter by
Burns of the Goosers featured
the second week of independent
softball competition. The Goos-
ers defeated the Rodgers 5 to 1
and the Sluggers routed Club 521,
16 to 0.
League I is led by the Goosers
with two victories and no defeats.
The Mis-fits and Sluggers are tied
.for the lead in League II, while
the Easterners head League III.
Another first place tie occurs in
League IV where Newman 'A' and
M.C.F. are deadlocked. The
Dodgers and Tau Delta Phi lead
Leagues V and VI respectively.
Results of the independent
games played last weekend are as
follows:
Easterners 1 (forfeit), Phys. Eds. 0
Goosers 5, Rodgers 1
Mis-fits 12, N.R.O.T.C. 3
Sluggers 16, Club 521 0,
Newman 'A' 4, Robt. Owen 3
M.C.F. 17, Hillel 10
Phys. Eds. 6, Mich. Coop 2
Easterners 6, Falcons 3
Newman 'B' 8, Mich. Daily 5
Forresters 13, Foul Balls 9
Tau Delta Phi 1 (forfeit) Engi-
neers 0

Frat. Softball---Members will meet at
Tennis $4:15 p.m. tomorrow (Fri.) at the
WAB for practice. In case of rain
Intramural sports added an- a short business meeting will be
other activity to their spring held.
schedule as the fraternities opened Michifish-Members who have
the tennis competition last Mon- not bought their suits are asked to
dah. sbuy them as soon as possible, ac-
day. cording to Rose Marie Schoetz,
Chi Psi defeated Sigma Nu, 2-1, club manager.
Psi U whoitewashed Sigma Alpha Ballet-Practices for the pro-
Mu, 3-0, and Phi Sigma Kappa gram will be held at 7:30 p.m.
took Chi Phi, 2-1. Monday in the Dance Studia of
In other games Alpha Tau Barbour Gym.
Omega topped Phi Kappa Tau, Golf-Practice and instruction
3-0, Phi Delta Theta blanked with number 5 iron and putter for
Delta Chi, 3-0, and Sigma Chi de- all members will be held at 5:10
feated Kappa Nu. p.m. Tuesday at the WAB.
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Daily-Wise.
DASH MAN-Leonard Stein-
brueck, who won The Daily
sponsored 100-yard dash con-
test last week, proved the fallacy
of "strength in numbers." He
won despite the fact that he was
the only runner competing from
Lloyd House.
'M' Gymnasts-
In AEAU Meet,
Olympict rials
A group of fifteen gymnasts
will leave for the Men's National
AAU Championship and Final
Olympic Tryout meet to be held
at Penn State Saturday.
Bob Schoendube, Michigan's ace
and Big-Nine Trampoline Champ,
and Dave Lake will compete for
Michigan. Edsel Buchanan will
compete unattached.
Coach Newt Loken is taking his
full squad to watch the event and
pick up a few pointers. To break
up the Atrain of the competition,
Newt will put on his now-famous
clown act on the trampoline.

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DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
Publication in The Daily Official
Bulleti}, is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room
1021 Angell Hall, by 3:04 p.m. on
the day preceding publication (11:00
a.m. Saturdays).
0 "
Notices
THURSDAY, APRIL 29; 1948
VOL. LVIII, No. 145
University Senate: 4:15 p.m.,
Mon., May 10, Rackham Amphi-
theatre. The agenda will be an-
nounced later.
Ten-Week Grades for All
Freshman Engineers are due in
Dean Crawford's Office not later
than Friday, April 30.
Veterans: According to a Veter-
ans Administration regulation,
veterans enrolled under Public
Law 346 who plan to interrupt
their training at the conclusion
of the present Spring Semester
will receive subsistence payments
for an additional fifteen days be-
yond the effective date of their of-
ficial interruption of training.
Consequently, fifteen days of eli-
gibility time will be deducted
from their remaining entitlement.
It should be emphasized that
this procedure is automatic, in
that payments will be made and
entitlement reduced accordingly,
unless a veteran notifies the Vet-
erans Administration, in writing,

thirty days prior to the close of
the Spring Semester. This does
not apply to veterans who are re-
enrolling for the Summer Session.
It is the responsibility of the
veteran who does not desire the
extension of subsistence benefits
to notify the Veterans Adminis-
tration no later than May 12, 1948.
Veterans who desire the fifteen!
days extension are not required to
give any notice. Veterans who ac-
cept the additional fifteen days
will have their eligibility time re-
duced by that amount.
The following form is suggested
for notification: "This is to notify
you that I will interrupt my train-
ing at the University of Michigan
at the end of the Spring Semester,
June 12, 1948. I do not desire the'
fifteen days extension of subsist-
ence allowances. Signature, "C"
Number, Reference 29R7AA." The
notification should be sent to Reg-
istration and Research Section,
Michigan Unit, Veterans Adminis-
tration, Guardian Building, 500
Griswold Street, Detroit 32, Mich-
igan.
Senior Honors in English: Jun-
iors in the College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts who have
demonstrated superior ability and
exceptional interest in the study
of English literature may make
application now for admission to
the Senior English Honors Course
(English 197-198) in the Univer-
sity year 1948-1949. Applications
should contain any information
which the applicant thinks will
support his case, and should par-
ticularly include a statement as
to why the applicant wishes to en-
roll in the course. The Senior
Honors Course in English involves
a great amount of independent
reading; the class is conducted in
seminar fashion; and each mem-
ber of the course is assigned to a
tutor. Applications should be in

the hands of the undersigned by
May 10, 1948.
-Karl Litzenberg
Students Going to Camp Davis:
Start your Rocky Mountain Spot-
ted Fever and Typhoid shots at
Health Service this week. Infor-
mation circulars may be obtained
in Dr. Eardley's office or the main
Geology office.
Petitions for vice-presidents for
the Union are now due at the Stu-
dent Offices at the Union. This
information should be submitted
as soon as possible for considera-
tion by the nomination board.
This should include present class
standing, school, and average. In
addition, a listing of qualifications
and policy if elected.
Election will be May 13.
Undergraduate women students
on campus, who have not yet made
housing arrangements for the fall
semester, 1948, and who would like
to apply for dormitory accommo-
dations may do so at the Office of
the Dean of Women.
A limited number of applica-
tions will be accepted up to May
15, 1948. Applications will be ac-
cepted only from women whose
academic records are now clear.
Women students attending the
Crease Ball have 1:30 a.m. permis-
sion. Calling hours will not be
extended.
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