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THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1948

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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*RACQUET RACKET!
MicbiTan State Defeats
Wolverie Netters, 6-3

(Special to The Daily)
LANSING, Mich., April 28 -
Michigan's 1948 tennis team went
down to a 6-3 defeat at the hands
of Michigan State this afternoon
on the cement courts of Jenison
Field.
Winning only two singles and
one doubles match the Wolverines
made a battle of it all the way,
forcing three Spartans to the limit
before going down to the home-
court favorites.
Andy Paton, playing number
one scored a 3-6, 6-2-6-3 victory
over the Spartan ace Al Reyn-
olds. But Fred Otto, perform-
ing on the unfamiliar cem'ant
courts was defeated by John
Shingleton in straight sets,

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6-2, 6-2, evening up the match.
Bill Mikulich then shot Michi-
gan into a short-lived lead with a
'7-5, 6-2 win over Bob Malaga, but
Bob Chuck evened up the count
as he edged Jack Hersh, 6-1, 6-2.
Don Waldron and Ed Fleisch-
man of Michigan State shot the
Spartans into a commanding
lead with victories in the num-
bers five and six singles. Wal-
dron defeated Gordon Naugle
in three sets, 6-3, 2-6, 6-4,
while Fleischman edged by Dick
Lincoln in another thriller by
taking a 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 triumph.
Reynolds and Shingleton
clinched the match for State with
a clear-cut doubles victory over
Michigan's Paton and Otto. The
Spartan duo won in straight set
scores of 6-1, 6-2.
Chuck and Malaga added an in-
surance victory with a 6-0, 6-8,
6-4 triumph over the Wolverine
number two team of Mikulich and
Hersh.
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Cowles Offer
Coach Ozzie Cowles, who led
Michigan's cage squad to its
first championship in 21 sea-
sons just a few months ago,
now appears to be a possibility
for the position at the Univer-
sity of Minnesota.
Cowles, having just finished
his second season here, said he
had discussed the possibility
with Gopher Athletic Director
Frank McCormick yesterday.
"Naturally," Cowles said, "Any-
body will listen to an offer, but
the chances are about nine to
one against anything develop-
ing."
REDS TRIUMPH
CINCINNATI, April 28-(AP)-
Johnny Vander Meer held the
Chicago Cubs to six hits while
Cincinnati pounded starter Johnny
Schmitz and two other pitchers
for a dozen safeties to win, 8-1.
The victory raised Cincinnati up
to the .500 mark with five won
and five lost.

Linksters Lick
Titans 2z-, 2
By MURRAY GRANT
Playing consistent golf, the1
Michigan varsity linksters took
the measure of the University of
Detroit squad yesterday by a 21%/2-
51 margin as they racked up
their second straight win of the
regular campaign.
Captain Ed Schalon and Pete
Elliott teamed against Roy Ice-
berg and Dick Buechler in the
number one match as Schalon
copped 2 of 3 points from Ice-
berg and Elliott shooting a 79
took all 3 points from Buechler.
The best ball play was split 1MA-
In the second match Rog Kess-

Varsity, Jayvee Golf Squads Victorious

ler and Doug Beath made easy;
work of the Detroiter duo of Bob
DeVine and John Povlitz. Kessler
took all 3 points from DeVine and
Beath captured 2 from Povlitz.
The Wolverines also captured all
the best ball points.
Chuck MacCallum and Tom
Messinger teamed to make the
third Wolverine entry as they
faced Don Visscher and Dave
Turner. MacCallum shooting
good golf all the way took 3
points from Visscher and then
Michigan suffered their onkyv
loss as Turner edged by Mess-
inger to give Detroit 2 points,
The best ball play, awarding
one point for each nine and an-
other point for the entire match,
also went to Michigan as Mac-
Callum and Messinger added a
final 3 points to the Wolverine
total.

PETE ELLIOTT

Albion Beaten
By B'Squad
Bill Ludolph's jayvee golfers
scored an easy 18-1 triumph over
the Albion linksters at the Uni-
versity Golf Course to notch their
first victory of the season.
Winning every one of the six
matches and another point for
the low stroke score the jayvees
had a fairly easy time in racking
up victory number one.

John McCloy led the "B" squad
with. a sizzling 79 for the 18 hole
route while Keith LeClair, Bill
Telfer and Harvey Jones posted
scores in the very low 80's. Jerry
Weiler and B3ob Keiser rounded
out the Wolverine entry.
All but Keiser scored shutout
triumphs over their MIAA foes as
the Albion golfers found the hills
and bunkers of the Michigan
course not exactly to their liking,
The jayvees continue their
heavy schedule with a home
match against Michigan Normal
tomorrow.

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Chesterfield-year after year first
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FOR RENT
ROOMS for Grad women, summer
term, 724 Tappan. )20
ROOMS-Available near campus for
male students. Summer terms of 8
weeks, fall term. 927 S. Forest Ave.
) 37
COTTAGE FOR RENT-Completely
modern beau~tifu1 isolated setting
on Lake Michigan near Manistee.
$300.00 monthly. John R. Stiles, 1180
Knapp N.E. Grand Rapids, Phone,
7-4548. )50
ONE BLOCK from campus. One single
and several double rooms for boys.
Summer and fall. 412 Camden Ct.,
Ph. 2-4756. )(0
VACANCY for 10 men students, sum-
mer and fall semesters. For infor-
mation call 2-0646. Ask for Mrs.
Field before 5 p.m. )84
GRADUATE STUDENT and wife NEED
3 or 4 room furnished or unfur-
nished apartment. Immediately or
by June. Two years occupancy. Call
University 2421. )58
BUSINESS SERVICES
SADDLE HORSES for hire. Student
rates, week days, $1.50 per hour. Al-
sothorses boarded. Stable ? mile
south of Ypsi airport. corner of U.S.
23 and U.S. 112. Phone A. W. Co-
wan, 2-2266 or 871W11 Ypsi )21
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickup and deliv-
ery. Phone 25-7708. )43
ALTERATIONS-RESTYLING- Cust-
om clothes. Hildegarde Shop, 109 E.
Washington, Telephone 2-4669. )87

TRANSPORTATION
TO CALIFORNIA-May 28- Two pas-
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Ph. 5539.
WANTED TO RENT
FURNISHED apt. desired for summer
term by responsible married instruc-'
tor. Write Box 91, Michigan Daily.)76
STUDENT veteran and wife need
apartment, furnished or unfurnished,
in June or September. Two-year oc-
cupancy. Call Al in evening. 2-5649.
)23
GRADUATE Student, wife and child
need 2 or 3 bedroom apartment or
hous by June 30. Two years occu-
pancy. Call University 2421. )59
VETERAN student and wife need
apartment on or about Aug. 20.Ph.
2-4401. Rm. 512 Win. House. Ask for
Al. ) 28
PERSONAL
MOTHER'S Day Cards. Excellent selec-
tion of appropriate gifts. A Spring,
Jeweler, 221 S. 4th Ave., Ph. 4834.
)65
COTTON BATISTE BLOUSES
with lace or eyelet trimming
$3.95, $4.95, $5.95 to $10.95
COUSINS on STATE STREET )3
Put lilt into your walk with
Flight 101 in those PHOENIX no-seam
nylons. As featured in VOGUE, $1.35.
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street )2
YOUR MOTHER WOULD APPROVE
of any Mother's Day gift you'd select
from our accessory department. Gifts
from $1 to $25. Elizabeth Dillon
Shop, 309 S. State. )2
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Having a formal?
Need flowers at :cwest prices?
We have the answer to your problem?
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Dick will furnish no less than 100 records, a record
player, a 30-watt PA system, and an operator for a
reasonable rate.
CALL 8561 PA SYSTEM RENTAL

FOR SALE
GOOD. as new Wilcox-Gay Recordio Jr.
Radio -Phonograph -Recorder, semi-
portable. Don Hartmau, Ph. 4187. )44
BRAND NEW Man's Bicycle. Substan-
tial reduction. See H. H. Richards,
Jr., 1331 Washtenaw, Phone 7595. )41
MAY FESTIVAL Season Ticket. Sec. 1,
Row D, Main Floor. Call Univ. ext.
103, ask for Snyder, or leave mes-
sage. )40
MEN'S English type Bike, 6 months
old. 3 speeds, like new, $45. Phone
Lee Bartholomew, 2-3189. )33
FOR SALE-Two May Festival Tickets.
Tenth row, main floor. Whole series
or separate concerts. Phone 2-2901.
)38
1947 WHIZZER Bike, like new. Front
wheel brakes, bucket seat. Reason-
able. Municipal Golf Course, 9230.
)80
WHIZZER Motorbike. Reasonable. Ask
for De La Torre between 4 to 6.
p.m., 314 N. Thayer. )71
TWO MAY FESTIVAL Patrons Tickets.
Left center section, main floor. Call
7571, evenings. )69
IT'S top down time again. '41 Ford
convertible. 6,000 miles on engine.
Radio, heater, good tires and top.
$1100. eh. 2-6750. )32
We have a lovely selection of summer
cottons in jimior and regular sizes.
$10.95 and up. We have just receiv-
ed a new shipment of cashmeres.
CAMPUS SHOP
305 South State Street )98
3 PAIRS of May Festival tickets. Thur.
night, Sat. and Sunday afternoons.
First balcony. Call 2-069. )22
1936 Packard coupe 120. R&H. Good
condition. $350. Ph. 7670. 7-10 p.m.
2J
E. ANN ARBOR-Modern 4 room house
and bath. Full basement. Landscaped.
Convenient to school, business dis-
trict. Phone 25-8582. )64
MOTORBIKE, used two months, ex-
cellent condition, $135. Phone 2-
2972. Ask for Jim. )94
WOMAN'S Elgin bike, balloon tires,
good condition, $20; also Underwood
Upright typewriter $10. Ross. 734 S.
Division St. Ph. 2-7368. )97
HOUSECOATS: Seersucker, sateen, pi-
que, chintz and dotted swiss. Florals
and plain. Smartest Hosiery Shoppe.
Michigan Theatre Bcilding. )7
YOUNG LOVEBIRDS, parakeets, cocke-
tiel, and canaries. Bird supplies and
cages. 562 South 7th. Ph. 5330. )19
GOLF EQUIPT.: Spaulding, MacGregor,
Wilson. Ph. 4044 or 2-2058, J. Malloy.
1941 FORD sedan coupe, new tires, low
mileage. Call 8123 evenings, 6-8. )87
MAY Festival Series: two adjacent, ex-
cellent, main floor. 2-8373. )85

1937 FORD, 4 pass. coupe. Radio, spot-
light, $350. 1666 Broadway after 3
p.m. )27
WANTED
TALENT WANTED: Horace Heidt Radio
Show. Sponsored by Philip Morris.
Apply Daily desk or see H. V. Berg.
)96
WANTED TO BUY
SPEED GRAPHIC-24x3. Send post
card or phone 5372 evenings. Tom
Piper, 1003 East University. )42
HELP WANTED
YOUNG Woman for counter and foun-
tain work. Morninghours. Students'
Wife preferred. Phone 5464. )29
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Parker 51. Blue with silver cap.
Reward. Call Van Beek, 2-4200. )34
LOST-Brown cloth belt, vicinity Hill
and East University. Call Fay, 2-0457.
)35
LOST-Grey Parker "51," name en-
graved. Call James Lynch, 2-2004. )43
LOST-Slide Rule with name "Yag-.
nisTczak on rule and case. $5 reward.
Call Yag at 5660.
LOST: Wallet containing much need-
ed identification. Probably Sun. nite
at State Theatre. Keep the money
but please return the rest. Earl
Schwennesen, Rm. 20, Wenley House
Phone 2-4401. )93
LOST: Pair of glasses, plastic rims.
Sunday, between Vaughn House and
theatre. Call Jack Perdouch at
Vaughn House. Reward. )92
BROWN rinmed glasses at Miehigras
Saturday. Finder please call Myrna
Rees, 2-4471. )31
FOUND: I pair sun glasses. Call Nui:a
Rappaport and identify. 7211. )89
FOTUND: Near canmpus. If identifled.
wrist watch will be returned upon
payment for notice. Ph. 5631. )79
LOST-RING, in front of residence at
613 South Fifth Avenue. Gold ring
with fraternity crest set on blue
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