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TWO

TITE MICIGAN DALY

TTIT Mii, MAY

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Lee Setomer Named All-Campus Athlete

FIRST SINCE '25!
Beta Theta Pi Wis Fraternity Crown

Professional Fraternities,
Dorms Conclude I-M Play
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Softball All-Stars
RESIDENCE
Pielemeir, John--Wanley ... p.
Stafford - Winchell ...... c.
Papworth, Bob-Strauss ... lb
Neef, Allan-Greene .......2b
Jokela, Albert-Vaughan ..3b
Vartanian, M.-Vaughan ... ss

Versatile Independent Lea glcuer
Aw"Tarded AiinaDaily Trophy

Beta Theta Pi. after a drouh ns ast seme and Botl-
of 23 years ,clinched the Fratern- kamp shloveled tlle coal this spring.,
ity division crown with a total of Tie Theta Chi

This week brought the Resi-
dence Hall division of the IM
sports schedule to a close.
On the tennis card, Allen-Rum-
sey took the West Quad title by
defeating Chicago House, 3-0.
Vaughan defeated Tyler, for the
East Quad crown and then went
on to down Allen-Rumsey for the
Residence Hall title.
Winchell Cops Horseshoes
1,
The horseshoe championship
went to Winchell House when
they edged Hayden, 2-1. Hayden's
defeat of Greene House had given
them the East Quad title while
Winchell's victory over Williams
House gave them the West Quad
crown~.
Thelong softball schedule end-
ed with the final playoffs this
The All-Stars will play the
Turkish Society in a, soccer
match at 7 p.m. tonight on a
special field set up behind the
Stadium. This is the culmina-
tion of the International Cent-
er soccer season.
week. Wenley House landed in
first place by virtue of their de-
cisive triumph over Vaughan, 13-
5. Second place went to Greene
House as they edged Winchell in
a slugfest, 17-16.
Chicago House clinched third
place with a decisive victory over
Hinsdale, Cooley defeated Allen-
Rumsey, 11-2, for the fourth slot,
and Williams took fifth place by
default.
* * *
Phi Delta Phi Champs
Phi Delta Phi defeated Delta
Sigma Delta 5-1 to cop the 1948
Professional fraternity softball
championship. .
Reigning as second place champ
is Nu Sigma Nu, victor over Phi
Alpha Kappa, 4-1. Alpha Kappa
Psi and Alpha Chi Sigma both re-

ceived forfeits for third and
fourth place honors respectively.
Nu Sigma Nu Wins
In the otherechampionship
played of f this week, Nu Sigma
Nu took all three matches from
Phi Epsilon Kappa to walk away
with the horseshoe crown.
On the tennis front, Alpha Chi
Sigma will meet the winner of
the Delta Sigma Delta-Phi Alpha
Kappa match in one round of the
semi-finals, with Phi Epsilon
Kappa and the Lawyer'4 Club
battling it out to complete the
bracket. These tilts will be run-off
tomorrow afternoon if possible.
Collecting 13 hits, the Rajahs
swamped the Michigan Daily
team 12-0. Blackman held the los-
ers to a pair of singles while Ka-
zonis and Saper hit home runsfor
the victors.
In another lopsided contest,
Club 521 was held to one hit while'
being shutout 16-0 by the Slug-
gers.
Mis-Fits Cop
Independent
Sports_ Title
With a total of 1,010 points, the
Mis-Fits have won the Indepen-
dent sports championship.
While amassing these points,
the Mis-Fits won championships
Students are requested to
check out their lockers at the
Sports Building before 6 p.m.
June 1, as the building will be
closed until June 21 after this
date.
in volleyball, basketball, foul
throwing, horseshoes and golf.
The Newman Club is second
with 992 points and champion-
ships in track and tennis. In third
place with 750 points are the
Dodgers who .have won handball
and swimming.

Franzoi, Wallace-Chicago
Letts, Art-Cooleye........
Gibson, Charles-Tyler ..

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rf

INDEPENDENT
Burnes, Jerry-Goosers .....p.
Foug, Jim-Newman A. .....c.
Sauls, Reggie-Phys. Ed. ...1b
Lucas, Bob-Sluggers......2b
Cal, John - Dodgers......3b
Klauke, Hank-Newman 'A' ss
Andorko, Ed-Goosers......If
Feinberg, Irwin-Foresters .. cf
Alexander, Jerry-Easterners rf

Versatility, zest, and determina-
tion paid off for Lee Setomer yes-
terday as he was named the
winner of The Daily trophy by the
I-M staff and given the title of
All-Campus Athlete for the 1947-j
48 season.
Lee participated in eleven sep-
arate sports while playing on the
Dodgers team in the Independent
League, and added nine others to
his list in All-Campus competi-
tion.
Bob Reichert of Sigma Phi
Epsilon, Al Neef from Greene
House, HIy Warshawsky, of the
Mis-Fits, and Russel Sessions of
Wenley house were given hon-
orable mention in the judging.

I-M boxing instructor for the past pion, took third place with 1,425
year. laoints.

Setomer is a .junior from Brook-
lyn, N.Y. He is most interested
in boxing with handball running
a close second. He has been the

1.468 points.
Sigma Phi Epsilon pressed t he
Beta's all the way and ended up
in the second slot with a 1,438
total. Chi Psi, last year's chai- I

The Betas have now chalked up
thiri fourt h championship, which
The Iniversity Golf Course
will be closed saturday. May 29
until 11:80 a.m. because of the
Mlichiigan State Uigh School
Golf Champ ilionship".

The 24-year-old lad spent
three and a half years as a
Navy flyer before coning toj
Michigan. In high school ath-
letic competition he won letters
ini swimming and track.
In individual competition he
placed second in handball, losing
to John Scopis who is now State
champion, and second in paddle-
ball.
Last fall he was placed on the
Independents All-Star football
squad for his play for the Dodgers.

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Four Firsts
In amassing their pace-setting puts them in a tie with Theta
total the Betas copped four first Chi who have also won four. The
Beta's won three in a row, in '23.
places, winning outdoor track. , ,id'25. but since ;at time

out t1, fraternity sports chedule
for the season. Sigma Phi Epsi-
lon and Sigma Phi have reached
the finals in tennis and will play
it off before finals begin.
In the horseshoe competition,
Delta Tu Delta out-pitched Kap-
pa Sigma, 2-1, to capture a first
in that league.
FRATERNITY ALL-STARS
Granger, Boyd-Sig. Chi ...p.
Kindel, Ted-Beta..........c.
Cage, Bob-Phi Psi ........lb
Hlesler, Jim--Kappa Sig . ,..2b
Biranaman, John-Sig Ep ..3b
Crull. Howard-Phi Psi .....ss
Barkell, Bill-Sig Chi......lf
Winkelman, Eugene-ZBT ..cf
Anderson, Bob-Beta ......rf

volleyball, the relays, and just
yesterday added softball to their
list as they downed Phi Kappa
Psi, 10-1.
The motivating force behind
this achievement is found in two
individuals: Bill Caldwell and
John Boukamp. Caldwell handled

have been unable to produce until
this year.
Th softball playoff which they
won yesterday just about rounded

Gree te House Keeps Trophy
For Third Successive Year

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MISCELLANEOUS
SUMMER openings in licensed day
nursery for infants and toddlers. Call
8293, days only. )2a
PERSONAL
COTTON BLOUSE SALE
group of cotton blouses reduced
20J,. White eyelet peasant blouses,
broadcloths and batistes.
sizes 30-30, 9-15.
COUSINS ON STATE STREET ) l

WANTED TO TRADE
TELEVISION: FM-AM-VIC Receiver for
Green stuff. Excellent for social
club. Leaving town, must liquidate,
$200 off. Ph, 2-8601. )40
HELP WANTED
TOPPER SALE
A group of all-wool toppers
reduced 201: . $35-440 $9W $29
COUSINS ON STATE STREE'r )21

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ROOM AND BOARD

COTTON BLOUSE SALE
group of cotton blouses reduced
20%,. White eyelet peasant blouses,
broadcloths and batistes.
sizes 30-36. 9-15.
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )22
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing dons
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

1/4 OFF on all cashmeres
1/3 OFF on all wool cardigans
CAMPUS SHOP
305 South State Street

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POPULAR & TALENTED
VOCALIST

Pack your vacation bags
with a tub-able, wrinkleproof
shantung dress or suit. Then add
a dash of Bemberg sheer for sheer-
ness on dressy occasions plus a
socony ciella jersey casual dress that
won't muss - and you'll travel well
in the best circles. All priced $10.95
to $29.95.
THE ELZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street )
JEWELRY, Watches, clocks, diamonds.
Assorted Greeting Cards. A. Spring,
Jeweler, 221 S. 4th Ave. Ph. 4834. )4
BATHING SUITS - PLAYSUITS
Cottons, Lastex, Jerseys --1 and 2 piece
SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Building )7
TOPPER SALE
A group of al-wool toppers
reduced 20. $35-$40 now $29
$26-$30 now $19. Sizes 9-15.
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )23
WANTED TO RENT
COUPLE DESIRE apartment in or near
Ann Arbor. Immediate occupancy.
Write Box 120, Michigan Daily. )4c
SMALL APT. June 15 to Aug. 15. Cen-
trally located. Phone 23968 after 6.
)1c
TWO athletes desire double room. Fall
term. Call Jim or Russ, 2-1586 after
6. )42
EXCHANGE: Adult couple will ex-
change desirable 2 room apt. in De-
troit for unfurnished apt. or flat in
Ann Arbor. Call Tyler 7-1787 after
7:00 p.m. )54
SMALL furnished apartment near cam-
pus by quiet couple, non-smoking
drinking. Local references. Call Tom
9553 evenings to 9 or write Box 116,
Michigan Daily. )51
SMALL apartment, preferably unfurn-
ished. Fall occupancy but willing to
lease immediately. Call Miss Oster,
9388. )38
EXCHANGE wanted immediately. Will
sublet 2 bedroom furnished apart-
ment ,suburb Washington, D.C., in
exchange for 2 or 3 bedroom apart-
ment or house Ann Arbor. Write 3717
Lyons Lane, Alexandria, Va. )44
LARGE apartment or house for June
and July by former Ann Arbor resi-
dents. Phone 4056. )46
FOR SALE
FM PILOTUNER. If your home town
has an FM station, don't miss this.
Perfect condition. $25. 202 Michigan
House. 2-4401. )47
MENS BALLOON tire bike - $15.00.
Basket, chain guard, good tires -
Phone 6588, Ken Kaempfer. )3c
BEST CASH OFFER buys 4 room com-
pletely furnished electrically equip-
ped house with lake privileges, 1
block from Whitmore Lake. 9118 Gar-
field Dr. Phone owner W. L. 4332, )8b
ALMOST NEW Remington typewriter,
14" carriage; Corona portable; 5'
walnut desk and swivel chair -
Phone 2-7265. )4b
1941 FORD coupe. Radio and Heater.
Call 27862. 940 Greenwood. ) lb
SUMMER school students - Man's
bike has new: tires, basket, chain
guard, crank, pedals, paint. Needs
new owner. $25.00. See the "Red
Peril" at 940 Greenwood or call
27862. )9a
LAST CHANCE for a good buy in new
golf clubs - see them at 1320 North
University, near Forest. )5a
STEEL wardrobe. Good condition. Ph.
7253, after 6 o'clock. )la
BABY furniture: 3-yr. bed, mattress;
chest of drawers, high chair and pad;
play pen, pad. 6764. )27
FOUR-TUBE Silvertown. Call Anne
Helliar, 9764. )31
MARTIN Imperial trumpet, excellent
condition. Call Paul Doermann, 9097
after 7:30. )30
HOLLYWOOD bed and mattress. Like
new. Call Bob after 7 p.m. 6695. )29

EXPERIENCED saleslady for ready-to-
wear department. Full and part
time. Apply in person. RANDALL'S,
306 S. State. )95
STUDENTS to sell high grade casting
rods and velocipedes in their home
territory on commission basis. Good
opportunity. Lake Mfg. Co. 411 E.
Kalamazoo St., Lansing, 12, Mich. )94
SUMMER emploen-t in Ann Arbor
for young man, with basic knowledge
of hand tools, as handy-man's help-
er. P.O. Box 373. )37
TRANSPORTATION -
WOULD like ride to Orlando, Fla., area.
June 8 or 9. Willing to share driving
and expenses. 2-4401, 211 Chicago
House, Hank. )35
LEAVING June 1 for northern Cali-
fornia via Wyoming. Would like two
passengers to share expenses and
driving. Call 5870 after 6 p.m. )45
RIDE WANTED afternoon June 2 by
student, wife and daughter to
vicinity of Ft. Wayne, Ind. Share
expenses and driving. Ph. Ypsi.
3514J11. )2b
LEAVING for California around June
1. Would like male student who can
help drive. A. G. Soop, 445 S. Huron,
Ypsi. Phone 485 )33
Qualified driver wants ride to Madison,
June 11, 12 or 13. Call Lou, 6282. )81
RIDERS to share driving and expenses
to Oklahoma or Texas, leaving June
5. Call Ann Borgman, Ypsilanti, 9225
evenings. )66
DESTINATION: SAN FRANCISCO.
Leave June 8-10: Will take three rid-
ers, at $30.00 apiece one way. I do all
driving. Call Edward Suttles--2-0098.
)64
RIDE WANTED to Florida, June 8. Ph.
2-4591, 429 Anderson, Mike. )78
WANTED: Riders to San Francisco.
Leaving June 4. Phone 8283. )34
FOR RENT
CLEAN COMFORTABLE double room
and suite near Burns park. Summer
session only. Ph. 2-1600. )6c
ROOMS for boys-summer and fall--
use of Bendex. $6.00 per week. 1103
Packard - 20845. )9b
FURNISHED campus apartment avail-
able for married couple - June 10
thru August 31. Must be a veteran
and summer school student. Write
Box 119 or call 2-7494. )6b
ROOMS for male students. Summer
and fall term. One block from cam-
pus. 808 Oakland )5b
LARGE DOUBLE room for summer
only. Call 2-3481 or 6938. )72
NICE DOUBLE room near campus for
gradsuate girls for summer. Twin
beds. 829 Tappan Ave. 8321. )6a
WILLOW VILLAGE: 1 bedroom apt.
completely furnished for rent TO
VETERAN for 8 wks. summer school
period for $100. Electric refrigerator,
bottled gas stove. See to appreciate.
1593 Sudbury Ct. after 6 p.m. )4a
ROOMS for summer semester, one
block from campus, call at 802 Oak-
land, ask for Mrs. Domm )93
NEAR CAMPUS: Clean, quiet double
rooms for men students for summer
and fall. No smoking. Ph. 5372 )91
FOR RENT: For summer, two bedroom
apartment, completely furnished.
1389 Sudbury, Willow Run )84
BETWEEN GEDDES AND HILL ST.
Newly furnished front room with pri-
vate bath in private home. Adjacent to
bus line. Business or professional wo-
man or graduate student preferred.
Ph. 7852. )76
ROOMS: For summer and fal semes-
ters. Three blocks from campts. Call
2-8309. )85
DOUBLE ROOMS for summer and fall.
INna (-ainpus.1,1V'±n.ivciti 175 E

TYPING:
dresses.
letters,
Ice, 208

Theses, term papers, ad-
Duplicating: notices, form
programs. A2 Typing Serv-
Nickels Arcade, Ph. 9811. )28

COED: Would you like a pleasant1 roou1
and good meals in a nice Ann Arior
home in exchange for a reasomable
amount of house work? Reply Box
118, The Daily and an interview vili
be arranged. )69
LOST AND FOUND
a COTTON SALE
A group of cotton drsses reduced
20',. $14.95 now $11.96: $10.95 now
$8.76 etc. Sizes 9-15. 10-18
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )25
LOST: Brown-striped Scheaffer pen in
Rm. D, HR last Thursday. Please call
Lida Dailes, 2-0379.
LOST: May 10, Parker 51, Silver top,
Grey bottom, James M.' Schulkins,
200 Michigan Hse. $5 reward.
LOST: Rhinestone bracelet at Senior
Ball. Call Marge Rutherford. 7992.)73
LOST: Elgin wristwatch, Wed., May 19,
around 410 Chem. See R. J. Good.,
425 Chem. Reward. )70
LOST: Gold pin, aqua marine and
rhinestones. Saturday night--Allenel
Hotel. Call Miss King, 26511. Reward.
)65

Ily MC-K MILER
In the lounge overO at Greene
House sits a tall, gold-plated
trophy that has been there for two
years and is guaranteetl a iresting
place there for at 1lst another
year.
Until 1945-46 no residence hall
ever helk tile All-Year Champion-
ship trophy for more tIan one
yea', but this year tile athletes
of (ireene House won it for tle
third onse('lltive time. Othlr
house.( at beginlluig to X OIlder
if it will CevI leave its i eselt
ownel.
Al Neef, athletic director for
Greene House explained, "The
guys here have a lot of spirit."
The fact that Greene ]louse
teams have never forfeited an
event and have entered every
sort of competition open to
Residence Halls is an indica-
tion of this spirit. Altogether
106 Greene house residents
have entered in intramural
sport events.
But, specifically, the success of
Greene House is centered about
six men who have formed the
nucleus of most of its teams. All
six of these men have been par-
ticipating on Greene House teams
for the last three years, each hav-

TYPEWRITERS
Bold - Rented - Repaired
Free pickup and delivery.
Office Equipment Service
111 S. Fourth - Ph. 2-1213 )68
PAINTING, washing Veteran students
to do all kinds of housework. For es-
timates. Call Bert 2-4401. 220 Adams
Hse. )88
COMPLETE SERVICE on your furs.
Cold storage, individualized cleaning,
glazing, insurance, restyling and re-
pairing. Ginsburg Furs, 607 E. Lib-
erty, Michigan Theater Bldg. )15

ing a big hand in the three cham-
pionships the house has garnered,
Heading the group is this year's
athletic director, Al Neef. Al has
not only directed the whole sports
program but has participated in
13 sports himself. At quarterback
on the football team, his plays
and field strategy led Greene to
tootball championship, and put
Al on the All-Star team.
Second big gun of the six
three-year men is Willard Bak-
er, who was out for six sports
and made both the All-Star
Basketball and All-Star Football
teams. Baker's coolness under
fire encouraged his teammates
and allowed them to pull up
from behind in many contests,
Frank Sutton, the house's 440
specialist, helped out in eight dif-
ferent sports and had a big hand
in the organization of all the
teams. Don Murray participated
in 10 sports and George Jackson
in eiglt. Bob Kuhn led the way
to the wrestling crown and was
out for eight other sports.....
Neef, Murray, and Sutton are
leaving this year, but with the
kind of cooperation Greene House
has been displaying for the last
three years the gold trophy may
stay there for a long time.

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Here is one Final that will be easy to. take.

The BIG

FINAL DANCE at the Union.

The last chance to relax

from the tediousness of study for those more rugged

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35c until
5 P.M.

finals.

Everything is done to make this dance a pleasant

It tells a believable human story
in a straight and believable way.
-Bosley Carother, N.Y. Times
An extraordinarily honest and
moving film. The acting is well
nigh perfect. -Howard Barnes,
N.Y. Herald-Tribune

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DELIGHT!
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HOLLYWOOD
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memory that will carry you over until you return in Sept.
1948.
FRANK TINKE R & CO.
will play SATURDAY NIGHT, May 29,
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APT., 3 rooms, Willow Village. June
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