VY K771048THE MICHIGAN DAILY
In Full Swing
Twenty-four teams swung into
action in the Intramural Inde-
pendent Basketball tournament
last week with six remaining un-
The Irish A.C. rolled over the
Michigan Daily 30 to 19 and the
Foul Balls 40 to 11 while the Mis-
Fits compiled convincing wins over
the Michigan Christian Fellowship
86 to 10 and the Dodgers 37 to 26.
Hillel took two by forfeit, from
Delta Chi Independents and the
Phys. Eds. The Red Devils also
took a forfeit from Delta Chi as
well as defeating the Goosers 31 to
29 in a very close game.
The Newman Club defeated the
City Slickers38 to 18 and Robert
Owen Co-op 40 to 18 while Michi-
gan Co-op trounced the Mis-Fits
No. 2, 30 to 22 and the Hucksters
30 to 19.,
ART CINEMA LEAGUE
SUN., MON., 8:30 P.M.
Tickets at University Hall
Chi Psi Whips Triangle, 75-8;
Betas, Kappa Sigmas Also Win
Scored by '
0d a so X 6' I b t a , ' i
Score 46 Points
They had the adding machines
out at the I-M building Tuesday
night when last year's "A" bas-
ketball champs, Chi Psi, ran rough
shod over Triangle with a 75-8
Chi Psi's Jim Deremo made 121
field goals, two short of the I-M
record, and one foul shot for a 25
point total, while his fraternity
brother, John Picard, tallied' 21
Beta Theta Pi, reputed to
this year, trod heavily on Zeta
Beta Tau with a 55-53 victory.
Kappa Sigma, defeated last
week by Sigma Phi Epsilon, rose
to crush Theta Delta Chi with
a score that read 48-21.
Dave Lake and Lou Brunsting
each netted 12 points to help put
Chi Phi in the winning post over
Theta Xi with a 49-23 victory.
The two point advantage that
Phi Psi held over Sigma Phi Ep-
silon at half-time was enough for
the game. Each team added 18
points to a half time score of 14-12
to close 32-30. Gene Estes' 10
points was high for Phi Psi, while
Ross Herron made 13 for Sigma
have one of the better teams Phi Epsilon.
Theta Chi's, DKE's
Phi Delta Theta was led by
Jack Weisenburger who netted
14 points in their 63-14 defeat of
Pi Lambda Phi. Theta Chi man-
aged to come from the short
end of a 12-7 half-time score to
squeeze out Sigma Alpha Mu
18-17. Delta Kappa Epsilon
turned on Phi Sigma Kappa for
a thorough 46-13 chewing.
Stalls Water Polo
Fraternity water polo race stag-
nated last week when SAE failed
to receive notice of their quarter
finals match with Chi Psi.
The game was entered as a for-
feit on the records, but SAE pro-
tested and I-M officials agreed
that the game should be resched-
uled for this week.
In other water polo games last
week Delta Upsilon fought to a 4-2
victory over Sigma Chi; Chi Psi
beat Psi Upsilon 4-0, and Sigma
Phi Epsilon discouraged Phi Del-
ta Theta .3-0. This means that
DU, Chi Psi, and Sig Ep with the
winner of the Chi Phi-SAE game
will enter the semi finals next
I i t I I I
Lee "Satch" Setomer, the I-M' ;
own, teamed up with John Scopis
to turn in one of the most star-
tling upsets in Michigan handball
circles, when the pair came from
behind to polish off the thirdl
IEntries forAm s-M
ToInlamenw niiLose Saturday
-asketbaITests Won "X ONWe re accepting elitEs- or 111 AlAI-C pus sports progi
B~Y RiiLEl cy, lf'id er this week. Unfortutnatly we , mv loase registration for all spo
this Saturday. February 21." Earl iskey, I-M sports director, s
A "sudden death" elimination The All-Campus tournaments which start next week includ
bowling tournament began last ten sports and are onen to everyone on camp
Saturday among the dormitory The sports include baciminton, bowling, boxint, handball, padd
"A" teirms which saw Greene. in hnIll. samsh swimming thle tennis indoor tennis .nd wrestli
seeded team of Stilson Ashe and
Al Zerbo in the second round of
the Detroit City Handball cham-
pionships last Monday.
Satch, an outstanding amateur
boxer, holds forth at the Sports
Building each afternoon, tutoring
the would-be pugilists.
The handIball is extra curricular
for "Satch" and for the past two
years he has been runner-up to
Scopis, one of the finest players in
the state, in the All-Campus
So since Mr. Setomer couldn't
beat Mr. Scopis, he joined him,
and the combination has thus far
proved a happy one. The pair will
play their quarterfinal match in
Detroit this evening.
There will be an 'M' Club
meeting Monday, February 23,
at Yost Field House. Officers
will be elected at this meeting.
The Michigan-Purdue basket-
ball game will be broadcast and
refreshments will be served.
Time will be announced later
according to the time of the
President 'M' Club.
Fencing - An organizational
meeting open to new and old
members will be held at 4:20 p.m.
today (Thurs.) at the WAB. Re-
quisite for membership is one sea-
son of fencing, additional instruc-
tion will be given in club activities.
Bowling-Women who are in-
terested in joining the Bowling
Club but who were unable to at-
tend the meeting may call Mar-
jorie Dangel, club manager, at 2-
4561. Bowling will begin on Mon-
Badminton- Activities of the
club will be continu~ed until March
17. Regular meetings will be held
from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Wednesday
and from 1:30 to 3:15 p.m. Satur-
day in Barbour Gym. Members
participating in the club tourna-
ment are asked to play off games.
Women playing in the all-
campus tournament must com-
p1zte the next round. by Feb. 28.
The list of participants and the
schedule of times is posted on.
the bulletin board in Barbour
Gym. Additional information
may be obtained by calling
Naida Chernow, at 2-4471.
Michifish - 9wimiming club
opens membership to all women at
9 a.m. Saturday at the Union Pool.
Additional club practice will be
held at 9 p.m. Tuesday and Thurs-
Table Tennis-The first round
in the all campus finals must be
played by Sati'day. The list of
participants has been posted in
Barbour Gym, each participant
must contact her own opponent.
The two finalists will play at the
Union Open House on March 6.
Ice Skating-The coliseum will
will be open to all students from 1
to 3 p.m. tomorrow (Fri.).
ROOM AND BOARD
OFFERING MEALS for girl students.
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WANTED: Riders to Kalamazoo any
weekend. Leave Fridays P.M., re-
turning Sunday nights. Call Herb
2-4591. 404 Hayden. )92
THINK OF HILDEGARDE'S when you
think of spring. Let us give your last,
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pus.- 1346 Geddes. Telephone 2-7044.
FREE RENT of well furnished room
with private bath, in exchange for
house hold assistance. Prefer one
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LOST AND FOUND
I LOST my purse in Natural Science
Building on Monday. Please call 2-
7328 for Wilma Dowling. Contained
identification. Reward. )103
LOST: Man's plain gold wedding band
Saturday night, Feb. 14, in vicinity
of Field House. Call 2-6439. Reward.
LOST: Pair glasses at C.E. I final. Call
Rm. 212 Allen-Rumsey House, 2-4401.
LOST: Rhinestone necklace lost Sun-
day p.. on campus between East
Quad and the Michigan Theatre. Re-
ward. Phone 3-1511, Ext. 2498. )107
LOST: Omega woman's watch initials
"H.A.D."' on back. Near League Fri-
day night. Call 2-1146. Reward. )89
PLEASE return my blue billfold. Lost
it Friday the thirteenth and, so far.
I'm not superstitious. Keitha Har-
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FOUND: Change purse, Saturday eve-
ning, State and Hill. Owner may
claim by identifying contents. Ralph
Loomis. 5938. )91
GOLF CLUBS for men and women. Sets
of 5 irons, 3 woods. Reasonable. Call
ROYAL PORTABLE TYPEWRITER for
sale. $50. Evenings after 7, George
5989. ) 96
BLONDE MAPLE double bed. springs,
mattress $25.. Electric hotplate $6.
Phone 25-9931. )94
FOR SALE: Complete office furniture
and surgeon's instruments, including
brand new examination table and
complete set of Clayton's splints--
$500.00. Call Bay City 2-1037 or write
Mrs. F. T. Andrews, 506 S. Wenona
Ave., Bay City Mich. )92
FOR SALE: Model A Coupe, 1930. In
excellent condition. New rebuilt
motor, new battery. One new tire
and four good tires. Original finish.
$295.00. Write Box 60, Michigan Daily.
FOR SALE: Detroit Symphony Mon-
day night. Two tickets, first balcony
front. Call noons 2-5644, or 2-2181
alter 9:30 p.m. Ton Dickinson. )108
PORTABLE Cinderella washing machine
and wringer. Excellent condition.
Call 2-1735, preferably after 6 p.m.
JRE YOU size 10-12 Short? If so will
sell you Stone Marten Dyed Raccoon
coat for $175. Bought hos Angeles,
March 1947. Local furrier appraisal
$325. Tel. 2-0388. )80
FOR SALE: 1941 Buick Super Sedan,
heater, radio. Excellent condition
throughout. Come over between 6
P.M.-10 P.M., Apt. 6, 710 E. Ann St.
BUESCHER ALTO SAXOPHONE. Colo
lacquer, very good condition. Tom
Stuck. Phone 4494. )101
'47 CHEV FLEETLINE, 4 door. 2 month
new. Just nicely broken in. Bill
Straub, 4494 after 6:30 P.M. )102
MAN'S Brown wool suit, size 36, $20.
Brown mackinaw, size 36-38, $8. Blue
overcoat, size 38, $20. Phone 9840. )88
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DU SAAR PHOTO SHOP
10 E. Eighth St.
BABY SITTER, woman student or vet's
wife, 8-10 a.m. or 9-11 a.m. Mon., Wed.,
Fri. 2-2035. )79
EXPERIENCED men and women coun-
selors for Jewish co-educational sum-
mer camp in Michigan. General and
specialty counselors. Phone 2-8439,
evenings 5-9 p.m. )20
MAN OR WOMAN to type and mimeo-
graph menus for Allenel Hotel in ex-
change for lunch and dinner For-
information call 2-1293 between 9-
11:30 A.M. or 1:30-5 P.M. )99
BABY Parakeets, African Lovebirds, andI
Canaries. Also Bird Supplies. 562
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AUTOMATIC RECORD changer, capa-
city, 12 records, both 10 and 12
inch; self-contained ampliyfing unit;
original price $45; call 9431 after 7
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Eve. 1st floor $1.80, Balcony $1.20
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