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T H E MICHIGAN DAILY

TITTMSDAY, MAY 6, 1948

iftball Reaches Playoffs; Horseshoe Contests Begin [

Major League Standings

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I-M NEWS
The Intramural Building will
be closed all day tomdrow be-
cause of the IFC dance which will
be held there that night.
Alpha Omega walked off with
the Professional Fraternity Bowl-
ing championship by downing Nu
Sigma Nu in the finals of the
elimination tourney.
Entries are being taken for the
All-Campus doubles tennis tour-
nament which will be held the
first part of next week.
Faculty Softball Results
Chemistry 12, Engineers 6.
English 34, Bacteriology 22.
Engineers 16, English 7.
Chemistry 12, Bacteriology 0.
ROTC 21, Public Health 3.
Museum 13, ROTC 12.
Romance Languages 10, Bus.
Ad. 9.
Residence Hall tennis opened
'Thursday with Chicago beating
Williams House, 2-1. Adams easily
defeated Michigan House, 3-0.
On Friday Winchell House swept
both the singles and doubles to
blank Fletcher, 3-0. Strauss won
.the singles and lost the doubles
to edge Tyler House, 2-1.
Tuesday, Allen-Rumsey defeat-
ed Winchell House, 3-0, Greene
edged Anderson, 2-1, and Vaughan
continued their winning streak by
beating Prescott, 2-1.
The singles championship in the
paddle-ball tournament was won
by Bob Reichert who defeated Lee
Setomer 15-21, 21-8, 21-15.
The faculty handball champion-
ship was won by Richard Fledder-
mann who defeated Hank Lasch
21-9, 21-14. Hayes has reached the
"emifinals in the squash tourna-
ment. His opponent is undeter-
nined.
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I-M Independent Teams
Begin League Playoffs

Having completed their regular
schedules, independent t e ams
commence playoff rounds this
weekend.
The teams who face one an-
other in the first playoffs are:
The Goosers, Mis-Fits, Easterners,
Newman "A" and the Dodgers. A
special playoff is necessary before
the winner of League VI can be
determined.
The Goosers rolled to their
League I championship by rout-
ing the Turkeys 10-2 behind the
hitting and four-hit pitching
of Burns. The Mis-Fits pound-
ed out an 8-2 victory over the
previously undefeated Sluggers
for the League II title. The
Easterners edged Michigan Co-
op 4-3, to cop the League III
title.
Newman "A" continued its win-
ning ways by outslugging M.C.F.
13-6 while clinching the first place
berth of League IV. Newman "B"
fell to the League V leaders, the
Dodgers, 8-3.
In other games, Blackman of
the Rajahs whitewashed the
Chantileers 10-0. The NROTC out
scored Club 521 16-9, for their
first victory, and the Phys. Eds.
routed the Falcons 17-4.
The Michigan Daily team fi-
nally broke into the win col-
umn with a 17-6 win over Club
1208. Bob Lent led the Daily
attack with two home runs.
The Forresters edged Tau Delta
Phi 9-7, Hillel defeated Robert
Owen 12-7, and the Foul Balls de-
feated the Engineers 9-0 on a for-
feit.
Residence Halls ...
Residence Hall softball moves
into its fourth week of play with
the issue still in doubt in most
leagues.
In last week's games Vaughan
House collected 12 hits to de-
feat Greene, 12-9, and retain
their lead in League I.
Tyler pounded out 11 hits to
give Strauss a 12-2 drubbing, but
it was not enough to keep Strauss

NATIONAL

from taking the League II cham-
pionship. Wenley and WilliamsI
House fought out a close contest
with Wenley getting the decision,
4-2.
Hinsdale House took full advan-
tage of 13 passes to swamp An-
derson, 14-5. Lloyd House kept
their League III title hopes alive
by defeating Michigan House, 11-
5.
Professional Frat .. .
Next Wednesdaythe finishing
touches will be made in the Pro-
fessicinal Fraternity's softball
league play, with the first round
playoffs to commence May 12.
Phi Epsilon Kappa is leading
the first division with two wins
against no losses, by virtue of
their 15-2 drubbing of Alpha
Chi Sigma.
Alpha Kappa Kappa reigns tri-
umphant over league II with
three wins and no defeats. In this
week's games Phi Alpha Kappa
edged Alpha Kappa Psi, 5-4, and
Alpha Rho Chi bowed to the
league champs 19-1.
Delta Sigma Delta copped third
division laurels by downing Phi
Delta Epsilon 13-5. The only other
tilt played saw Phi Rho Sigma
send Delta Sigma Pi to defeat 6-0.
Phi Delta Phi has cinched the
League IV title by virtue of its
win over Tau Epsilon Rho 7-3.
In the other fourth division game
Phi Chi squeezed by the Coun-
sellors 12-11.

Ties Hold Up
Softball Finals
For Frat Men
The fraternity league softball
playoffs have been delayed for a
few days because of the numerous
ties that have occurred within the
leagues.
In the nine-league contest the
present leaders are: Sigma Alpha
Mu, League 1; Sigma Phi Epsilon,
League 3; Beta Theta Pi, League
6; Sigma Chi, League 7; and Phi
Delta Theta, League 8.
In League 2 Phi Sigma Kappa
is tied with Phi Kappa Psi, and
Theta Chi is deadlocked with Pi
Lambda Phi in League 5. Zeta
Beta Tau emerged victorious in
the tie playoff held in League 9,
and SAE defeated ATO to claim
first place in League 4.
Results of games played the
past week are as follows:

Lloyd, Michigan Victors
In Horseshoe Matches
The Intramural horseshoe season opened yesterday as two Resi-
dence Hall teams took to the pits at Ferry Field.
Each house sent three doubles teams into the fray. Lloyd House
took their tilt with Allen-Rumsey, 2-1. Michigan House was able
to complete only one set of the three with Williams House, but it was
a decisive victory. The pitchers from Michigan House won, 21-8,
21-12. The remainder of the opening matches will be played today.
Fraternities Begin
The Fraternity division of the Intramural sports program will

LEAGUE
W. L. Pet. G.B.
9 4 .692 ...
9 6 .600 1

Pittsburgh ......
New York ......
St. Louis ....,. .
Brooklyn....
Philadelphia ....
Cincinnati .... .

7
7
7
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5
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9

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Cleveland .
Philadelphia
New York ,.
Boston.......
St. Louis ..
*Washington
Detroit......
'Chicago

W. L. Pet.
6 3 .66 7
8 5 A615
7 5 .583
7 6 .5,18
5 5 .504
5 7 .417
6 9 .400
3 7 .300

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Boston..........6
Chicago .........5

G.B.
2
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3
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Yesterday's Results
Pittsburgh 3, Boston 2
Cincinnati 5, New York 2
Philadelphia 13, Chicago 9
Brooklyn at St. Louis, post-
poned, rain

Played night game
Yesterday's Results
Boston 4, Detroit 3 g

Chicago at Washington, ni
Cleveland at Philadelphia
poned, rain
St. Louis at New York,
poned, rain

ght
, post-
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SAM 9, Chi Psi 8
Sigma Nu 11, Psi U 5
Chi Phi 14, DTD 9
Phi Sigma Kappa 2, Psi

Kappa

Churches Play
In IM Softball
Five teams, each representing
a local church, have banded to-
gether and formed the Inter-Guild
softball league.
Directed by H. A. Smith. play
commenced Saturday, April 24
and will continue every Saturday
at 1:15 p.m. through May 22 at
south Ferry Field. The five teams
composing the loop are the Pres-
byterians, Lutheran Student As-
sociation, Congregationalists, Bap-
tists and the Gamma Delta guild.
The Presbyterians with two vic-
tories and no defeats are current-
ly leading the league. Behind the
three hit hurling of Ed Snyder,
they whitewashed the Congrega-
tionalists 7-0. Following this vic-
tory, the Presbyterians edged the
Baptists 10-7 in extra innings.
The two other games played
saw the Gamma Delta guild de-
feat the Lutheran Student Asso-
ciation 3-2 and lose to the Bap-
tists 11-8.

open competition in the horse-
shoes department this afternoon.
At 4:15 Zeta Psi will meet Delta
Upsilon, and Theta Xi will pitch
against Beta Theta Pi. The win-
ners of these matches will imme-
diately play each other.
This policy of having the vic-
torious teams play again follow-
ing the preliminary meet has been
All fraternities, residence hall
houses, and independent groups
competing in intramural sports
are requested to turn in imme-
diately to the I-M office the
name of one candidate for con-
sideration for the All-Campus
Athlete award.
set up to facilitate matters and
speed up the playoffs. In this way
the team will be in the quarter-
finals after the first day of com-
petition.
The other contests .to be held
today are between Chii'Phi and
Pi Lambda Phi, and Psi Upsilon
and Alpha Sigma Phi. The same
system will be applied to this
match.

FINE INJILAS............2
HAMADAN ...............3.7
FINE SENA...............6.10
BIBICABAD ...............12
AFG. BOKHARA ..........8.5
FINE KIR MAN ...........12.4
FINEA ER IZ ............ 8.8
HIAMADAN............... 7
DERGEZIN ...............2
AROOK ..............5.
HAMADAN ...............2

x3
x 5
x 5
x 8.10
x 6.3
x 9.2
x 11 4.
x 6.4
x 3
x 2.6
x 3

Psi 1
Sigma Phi Epsilon 5, DU 4
Phi Sigma Delta 9, DKE 5
SAE 17, ATO 11
Phi Kappa Tau 5, Triangle 4
Theta Chi 12, Trigon 6
Sigma Phi Epsilon 15, Pi Lamb-
da Phi 6
Beta Theta Pi 8, Alpha Phi Al-
pha 2
Kappa Sigma 15, Theta Xi 9
Sigma Chi 16, Kappa Nu 2
Theta Delta Chi 11, Zeta Psi 7
Phi Delta Theta 8, Phi Gamma
Delta 0

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Formerly
28.00
80.00
175.00
525.00
250.00
900.00
395.00
165.00
37.50
125.00
32.50

Recently we bought in New York a large variety of large scatter
rugs from a noted importer who was leaving for Persia.
Note the old and new low prices:

An exceptional big sale of
FINE ORIENTAL RUGS
You save 30 to 401 in this sale

Now
19.50
49.50
114.00
395.00
175.00
685.00
270.00
115.00
25.00
80.00
21.50

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We have a large assortment of living, dining room and over
sizes; scatters, runners and mats in all sizes. Similar reduction on
All prices-No luxury tax
Visit our Shop-Open 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.
EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT
N. L. MANGOUNI

4

334 So. Fourth Ave.

Phone 6878

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NEW MORTARBOARD
MEMBER

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CHESTERFIELIJS
She says:
"I've found that offering a
Chesterfield is a sure-fire way to
make friends of acquaintances."
Chesterfield-year after year- first
choice of college men and women.

WANTED
USED TYPEWRITER-If you have one,
write Box 92, Daily. )46
HAGANA urgently needs GI clothing!
Khakis, fatigues, O.D.'s, shirts, all
battle dress. Call 2-6585 for pickup.
)lb
FOR SALE
'35 Chve. coach. Good shape. $265. See
Chet, anytime, evening best. 904 Oak-
land. ) 8b
GOLF EQUIPT.: Spaulding, MacGregor,
Wilson. Ph. 4044 or 2-2058, J. Malloy.
FOR SALE: Trailer, completely furn-
ished, including piano. Parked for
permanent occupancy. Inquire at
gas station, 1880 Packard Road after
5 p.m. )7b
GOLF CLUBS, limited number of sets;
reasonable, call 2-7053. )83
CUSHMAN Motorscooter, Side - Kar,
Windshield, two good tires, recently
overhauled, Box 94, Daily. ) 82
1936 Dodge Coupe, 4 new tires and
brakes, radio and heater. Good motor.
201 Green House, E. Quad. Ph. 2-4591,
ext. 20. )5b
NEW Bolex H8 movie camera, never
used. Complete with F1.9 lens. Will
sell for considerably less than list
price of $330. If interested, write Daily
Box 98. )2b
GOLF CLUBS, 2, 5, 7, 9, and putter,
(3) woods with gloves, (5) balls new
and used, canvas bag. Phone 26432
after 5. )8a
MAN'S White Shoes, 12A, worn 5 times,
$7.00; white net and satin formal.
size 12, $10; Red reversable raincoat,
size 12, $10; Man's all wool gabardine
grey suit, tailored by Saffel and Bush,
size 37 regular, $20; Sport coat, tan,
size 40, $6. Thomson, Phone 5745 af-
ter 5 o'clock. 7a
HOUSECOATS: Seersucker, sateen, pi-
que, chintz and dotted swiss. Florals
and plain. Smartest Hosiery Shoppe.
Michigan Theatre Building. )7
YOUNG LOVEBIRDS, parakeets, cocke-
tiel, and canaries. Bird supplies and
cages. 562 South 7th. Ph. 5330. )19
WHIZZER for sale. Call 2-4591. 330
Prescott House before 10 a.m. )2c
CAMPUS SHOP SPECIALS THIS WEEK
All wool spring suits 1/3 off. 1/3 off
on all pigskin and leather gloves. All
colors and sizes.
30,5 South State Street
)11
COMBINATION portable phonograph,
radio, recorder, and home-broad-
caster, 50 dollars Call Mr. Cairns,
University Extension, 2296. )79
COLUMBIA balloon tire bicycle, prac-
tically new; $31.03. Phone 22477. )99
Six Golf Clubs. Bag, $30.00; New Vil-
son tennis racket, $10.00; 6 Tube sup-
erheterodyne radio with shortwave
$15.00. Call 242-R3, Saline. )72
MAN's Raleigh bike, 3 speed. 28 inches.
Excellent condition, Ph. 2-5223. )98
1937 Pontiac Club Coupe. Lousy Paint.
Radio and heater. Can be seen after
six. 803 E. Kingsley. )97
Whitney Baby Carriage, Like New, $35.
Phone 2-5223. ) 90

PERSONAL
STUDENTS
Make Mother's Day Bright
With Finest Flowers at Lowest Prices
CAMPUS CORSAGE SERVICE
"A Student Service for Students"
Call Bill Barish
PHONE 2-7032
NON-CRUSHABLE RAYON SLACKS
Size 10-18 Gray Only. $5.95. That's
right,.$5.95. Never mind the proof-
reader.
COUSINS ON STATE STREET. )11
OUR FEATURE FOR MOTHER'S DAY
Nylon, 8 gore slip. Lace top app bot-
tom. White only, size 32, 38. $5.95.
Dries in 15 min.-no ironing neces-
sary.
RANDALL'S
306 South State Street
MOTHER'S YOUNG AND OLD
do their own shopping at Dillon's.
So play safe-Select your 'Mother's
Day scarfs, gloves, handbags, Jewelry
and lingerie at
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street )2
MOTHER'S Day Cards. Excellent selec-
tion of appropriate gifts. A Spring,
Jeweler, 221 S. 4th Ave., Ph. 4834.
)65
Tommy Coats-Rayon Jersey and Crepe
or Cotton Batiste and Seersucker.
SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theater Building. )7
SAVE SAVE SAVE
The 1948 MICHIGANENSIAN costs
$6.00 now. May 15 it will cost $6.50. )88
BUSINESS SERVICES
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
TYPING: Theses, term papers, ad-
dresses. Duplicating: notices, form
letters, programs. A2 Typing Serv-
ice, 208 Nickels Arcade, Ph. 9811. )28
TYPEWRITERS
Sold - Rented - Repaired
Free pickup and delivery.
Office Equipment Service
111 S. Fourth - Ph. 2-1213 )66
COMPLETE SERVICE on your furs.
Cold storage, individualized cleaning,
glazing, insurance, restyling and re-
pairing Ginsburg ,Furs. 607 E. Lib-
erty. Michigan Theatre Bldg. )15
SADDLE HORSES for hire. Student
rates, week days, $1.50 per hour. Al-
so horses boarded. Stable ?z mile
south of Ypsi airport, corner of U.S.
23 and U.S. 112. Phone A. W. Co-
wan, 2-2266 or 871W11 Ypsi )2

TRANSPORTATION

WANTED: Ride, student couple to Bay
City May 8. Jas. Schultz, 9471 after
5:30. )3a
STUDENT COUPLE desire ride to Bay
City. Sat. 8th: share expenses. Call
Jas. Schultz, 9471 after 5:30 a.m. )2a
HELP WANTED
CASHIER. Some Bkpng. steno. nites.
Write in full Box 95.
NEED MONEY? Sell Food Savers! Ex-
cellent commission. Send $1.00 for
sample and details. Money back
guarantee! Handy Pak Co., 3417
Maryland, Midland, Mich. . )4b
WANTED TO RENT
APARTMENT in Ann Arbor for summer
session only. No children or pets.
Will consider trading apt. in Cleve-
land suburb 10 miles west of square
for S.S. Excellent references. Harlan
L. Thomas, 1924 Shoreland Ave.,
Rocky River, Ohio. )3b
VETERAN and wife need apartment,
starting next fall semester. Call 8470
and ask for Bill L. if you have the
impossible available. )9a
WANTED sublet: Student vet and wife
want apartment for summer and post
sessions only. Al Shapiro, 2-4607. 3-5
p.m. )85
WHAT-Furnished Apt. WHEN-June.
WHY-Wedding Bells. WHERE---Not
fussy. WHO-Bill Wyckoff, call 2-
3256 after 6. )6b
MUSICAL
SUPPLIES
REEDS -STRINGS
We carry VAN DORN REEDS
Complete
Musical Repair
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MUSICAL REPAIR
209 E. Washington Ph. 8132

POSITION WANTED
NEED HANDYMAN to repair, clean,
paint or maintain your home this
summer? Law student would like to
stay with family. Willing to work
for room, board. Phone Zalenskl,
4145, 7-9 P.M. )71
FOR RENT
VACANCY for 10 men students, sum-
mer semester. For information call
2-0646. Ask for Mrs. Field before 5
p.m. )84
LARGE double room for summer and
fall semester for men. Call 2-3481 or
6938. )lc
DOUBLE and single room for summer
one mile from campus. Burns Park
area. Box 99. )9b
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Dark brown tweed sportcoat
last:Saturday night, Bear Mountain.
Please call Lackey 4145. Reward. )3c
LOST plastic rimmed glasses Apr. 26
near Brown Jug. Phil Burton 26500.
)78
FOUND: Baseball glove, call R. Cob-
rink, 2-1610. )77
LOST: Comp. Embryology Text, Arey,
Call R. Cobrink, 2-1610. )76
LOST: Storm coat, South Ferry Field,
April 15. Reward, call 9371. )95
LOST or STRAYED: 6 spiral notebooks
from Wikel's Monday afternoon,
Chem. and Math notes. Return im-
perative. Grad student. Reward. Call
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