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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

INTERMURAL BRIEFS:
NuSig's Win Pro Fraternity Swim Title

Nort lUihe
Hit Finacl

Adams, Winchell, Phi Delts
Psi U's Reaeb Cage Fitmis

Nu Sigma Nu ran away with the
professional fraternity swimming
meet by placing in all events ex-
cept diving Wednesday night at
the Intramural Building.
The winners totaled 43 points,
while Phi Epsilon Kappa and Phi
7hi tied for second with 14 each.
following them were Delta Sigma
Pi, Alpha Chi Sigma, Phi Delta
Phi, Delta Sigma Delta, and Phi
Alpha Kappa. Te Nu's 'et a new
record in the 200 yard free style
relay with a time of 1:54..

BY DEFEATING the Indians via
the forfeit route, the Philippines
won the International Center
League title Wednesday night at
the Intramural Building.
The Philippines finished their
cage season with a won-lost
record of five and one. The
Chinese, by virtue of a 29 to
17 triumph over the Turks, fin-
ished second with four -wins and
two losses.
The Turks had three and three
during the season for a third place
berth, while the hapless Indians

were buried deep in the cellar with
no wins and six losses.
THE REGULAR Inter - Guild
basketball season closed in a
blaze of glory Wednesday night
when the Grace Bible team set a
new Inter-Guild scoring record in
defeating Congregational, 85-36.
High scorers for the evening
who helped establish the new
record were Dick Twining with
32 points and Don Hershberger
with 29.
The Inter-Gui)j playoffs start
next Tuesday.
SIGMA CHI will battle Sigma
Phi Epsilon for the fraternity
paddleball championship, next
Wednesday during the All-Cam-
pus Open House activities.
Sigma Chi reached the finals by
virtue of a 2-1 win over Phi Sig-
ma Kappa.
* * *
DELTA SIGMA PI defeated Nu
Sigma . .Nu, 2607 pins to 2512, to
win the professional fraternity
bowling crown.

The Northernite; handedtl Adans House and Winchell
Omega Duets a sound 55-31 defeat House qualified to battle each
last night at the Int.amuriaI othei' in the finals of the Residence
Building, and advanced to , final- Hail "A" basketball first place
ist berth in the Independent ba.. plaofis by virtue of hard-earned
ketball division. :, iin Mondcay night's semi-final
Just one week . trailing
22-19 at half time. thi_ same In what proved to be one of the
season 'a most interesting scraps,
Two new sports ae being underdog Adams handed favored
added to the Fintamral re Fletcher Hall a 40-38 defeat.
gram this sprin. T
Earl Riske miiinuncea ys- THE GAME was a nip and tuckI

JIM McNALLA led Ihe Win-
chellite offensive with 12 markers
with Bud Kampner and Don
Brigga looking good on defense.
Bob Webier, Wenlel residlt . act
visor, starred for tile losing stu.
Tnhe Rsidence flail camnpion-
ship ganw between Adams and
Winchell will be played as one of

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the featureetsiiithy 2 -3.Open
House on Mardi 23.

THE NEW COLLEGE SONG

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"'MICHIGAN

terday the ftrmation of leagues
in lacrosse and baseball, be£-
ginning siortly after the vaca-
tion period.
Northernite five rallied in the final
period to down the Newman Club,1
41-38.
In another of last week's Inde-
pendent Division cage contests,
the Lazy Aces disposed of the
Oomphs easily by a 42-16 score.
The Foul Balls won undisputed
possession of the second place
playoff title by defeating Forestry,
37-24, last night.

affair all the way with the Pletch- yRL it JtIkk
er aggregation leading 18-17 at It will be speed and aggressive-
the half. The score stood tied at ness against height and smooth-
38- withseconds left to play ness whienoPhi Delta Thet clashes
when1 Walt Noon of Adams1I with Psi Upsilon for the fratel-I

GOES ARCHING ON"
At Your Local Music Stores

plunked in the winning goal.
Mark Ardis with 19 points to
his credit, and Noon with 12,
looked impressive for the victors.
On the losing side Al Rotsko
scored 18 points, and Bill Bren-
ton tallied 11 markers.
In the other first place playoff
game, a tall Winchell five out-
lasted a faster Wenley House crew
36-21.

Fifteen Sports at I-M Open house
V~J IIIpwke- ilnd Rod Ginbeanlwli, lieadskof litelint, amrl
sport jnogram, pr zoise f° ltinle slmh othe;tilight1eenit[I l*til
intramural Open Ifhouse on Mlarch 2::.
Tie I-M Building will he host to five hiudreod contestants
it) fifteen different sports,. and an estimated crowd of five thou-
sand spectators.
Events will include the AI-Campus finals, badminton singles
and doubles; the independent, Fraternity, and Residence H1all
basketball championship games.
FOR THE BEST IIN DANCE MUSIC
CHUCK MEYkRS
and his Combo
Phone 5805
X-~ ~ ~~><"" <---"<=o=><=o= > < --">o<=<--50<-->o<-->0 ---o<--yo
1204 South University Avenue
.. .serving . .
BREAKFASTS, LUNCHEONS and DINNERS
SANDWICHES and SALADS
from

nity basketball championship
next Wednesday at the Intramural
Open House.
* * *
PHI DELTA THETA, still play-
ing the upset role, subdued Sigma
Phi Epsilon in their semi-final
game. With George Quillan spark-
ing the way, the Phi Delts grabbed
a 27-17 lead over their opponents
at half-time.
Psi Upsilon played its best
game of the season, rolling over
Sigma Chi 41-29.
Sigma Chi held on during the
first half, and trailed by a scant
three points, 19-16, at the inter-
mission. Psi U's all-around depth
proved the difference in a big sec-
ond half.
WALLY RILEY with 17 points
and Jim Power with 10 markers
paced Psi Upsilon.

Continuous
Daily
from 1 P.M.

TODAY and SATURDAYI

Weekdays
35c to 5 PM,

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TYPING

TYPING WANTED-Rapid, accurate, atk
reasonable rates. Phone 2-3357. )1W
BUSINESS SERVICES
ALTERATIONS on women's garments.
Near Stockwell, 410 Observatory. Ph.
2-2678. )2&B
LAD I ES'
Tailoring
Alterations -- Remodeling
A. GINSBURG
Phone 2-3481 for appointments 18B
FOR A CANDID CAMPUS, consult our
complete photography files. Purchase
Radio and Camera Shop, Church and
South U. Phone 8696. )20B
EXPERT Typewriter Repair Service.
Mosely Typewriter Co., 214 E. Wash-
ington. )23B
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Orders Taken for
Any Type of Uniform
Reasonable Rates 2-2020
LAUNDRY - Washing and/or ironing.
Donerin my own home. Have stretch-
er for wool socks. Free pickup and
delivery. Phone 2-9020. )2B
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
209 S State St. Ph. 8161 )5B

BOOKS
More Bargains in Old Books
on all subjects. New titles added daily.
Good Browsing. You can't afford
to miss them.
OVERBECK BOOK STORE.
1216 South University )16

ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOMS for male students on Monroe
St. across from Law Club. Ph. 5464.
)45R

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7:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. and 5:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Closed Sundays

FOR RENT

"WILD
AND WOOLY"'
Coming
Sunday!

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11 NEWS

GLEN FORD
"MAN FROM COLORADO"

2 ROOM furnished Apt., 315 No. Pros-
pect, Ypsilanti. )13F
PLEASANT front room for 2 male stu-
dents on campus. Ph. 2-2052. )14F
DOUBLE room with lavatory for boys,
close to campus, $5.00 per week.
Phone 9014. )15F
For good accommodations
bring your overnight or
weekend guests to the
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOME
1133 E. Ann Ph'one 8144
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Aero 116 notebook on State near
Union last Friday. Ph. 25-9205. )80L
LOST-Brown wallet, between Rackham
and West Quad, Tuesday night. Call
Dick Hoheb, 211 Winchell, 2-4401.
Reward. )79L
LOST-Tuesday, Mar. 4, 1 pr. glasses,
clear plastic in brown case. Call 216
Hinsdale, E.Q. )78L
LOST - Black wallet March 14, near
State Theatre. Owner needs badly.
Call Louis Heyman, Geology Dept.,
U. of M. Reward. )76L
BLUE FABRIC WALLET lost in Burton
Tower on Feb. 28. Contents needed
desperately. Reward. Mary Hammond.
Ph. 2-7328, 1014 Vaughn St. )58L

MAGNIFICENT?

CUSTOM CLOTHES. Restyling
ations Prompt service on all
tions. Hildegarde Shoppe
Washington Phone 2-4669.

Alter-
altera-
109 E.
)4B

MAD?

OR MEDIOCRE?
THE CRITICS JUST
CAN'T AGREE ABOUT

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MICHIGAN

d qAquq ee;
POWELL in*

Today and Saturday
35c until 5 P.M.

ATTRACTIVE room in private home,
twin beds for women, laundry privi-
leges, hospital. Washtenaw near cam-
pus. Phone 4482. )44R
NICE DOUBLE room for two Chinese
students. On first floor, with cooking
privileges and bath. Two blocks from1
campus. Call 9232, ask for landlady.
) 43R
TRANSPORTATION
COUPLE desires ride to Binghamton,
N.Y. or vicinity evening April 1, or on
April 2. Share expenses and driving.
Call Jean 2-5579 after 8:30 p.m. )8T
WANTED-Ride to N.Y.C. about April
1st. Share expenses. Call James
Wright, Ph. 2-9431. )4T
COUPLE desires ride to N.Y. April 1st.
Share driving, expense. Call Irv.,
2-8797. )7T
DRIVING to Boston, Wednesday, Mar.
30. Room for 2 passengers. Call Ray
2-3256. )6T
FOR SALE
We Carry The FABRIC SALE Deodorant
"EVER-DRY PLUS" at 75c.
No need for a sponge because the
liquid is more effective.
CALKINS-PLETCHER
324 S. State St. )5
SHURE and you'll want a touch of
green this St. Patrick's Day-A gay
louse, swea't&, ',dr w j it5t "a *touch of
green in your accessories will do the
trick. See what we have for you.
Elizabeth Dillon. 309 S. State.
FULL DRESS, size 38, with accessories.
Phone 2-4959. )83
SPECIAL
MARK DOWN SALE
of a group of formals for $15.00 each.
Take your choice of sizes and colors.
Wool, rayon, and corduroy dresses
at only $5.00. Some are short.
COUSINS
on State St. )1
TUCKAWAY SHOP
Gifts-Handmade by the Handicapped.
522 E. Liberty
Margaret NickelsonyMartin )9
SALE AT SAMS STORE
122 E. Washington St.
100% Wool Grey Flannel Pants-$5.88
Navy T Shirts-4gc
Khaki Drill Pants, Sanf.-$2.88. )8
VIOLIN worth about $100, include case,
bow. In good shape. Phone Don An-
derson, 2-8242, 9 to 5:30. )78
1949 BUICK Super, 2-dr. metallic blue,
still under warranty period. Under
list. Phone 2-3297 noons or Ypsi
1220-W after 5 p.m.
TELEVISION
RADIOS SERVICE
AERO RADIO SALES & SERVICE
Phone 4997 )
BABY Parakeets and Canaries. Bird
supplies and cages. Moderate prices,
562 S. Seventh. Phone 5330. )
PERSONAL
A REBUKE-To our missing salesman:
This is not a bookie joint. Stop send-
ing people in with $9.50 on the nose.
It's $9.50 down for a new Royal Type-
writer. Office Equipment Service Co.,
1116 S. University. )1B
BABY SITTING or cleaning done. Ref-
erences. Write Box 182, Michigan
Daily. )22P
CORSAGES
CAMPUS CORSAGE SERVICE
Phone 2-7032 )25B

Beta Theta Pi will oppose
Lambda Chi Alpha for the sec-
ond place championship.
Lambda Chi Alpha eked outa
33-29 win over Alpha Phi Alpha
to move into the finals.

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ORPHEUM
Cinema Triumphs
From All Nations

Today - Saturday - Sunday
"Peppered with spicy innuendos
and delightful performances."
-Says N.Y. Mirror

SONG OF THE STREI

ET DANS LES RUES
ENGLISH TITLES
... POINTLESS

INCIPID (sic)

AGNES MOOREHEAD-BURL IVES
Sunday Also
"The New Adventures CARTOON - NFW
of Don Juan" ODDITY

SAYS FREDRICA WINTERS, MICHIGAN DAILY
"Latest Deadline in the State"
"... Just because a picture has a lot of dirty people in it doesn't
mean it's good.
"Several extremely nondescript Paris street boys romp pointlessly
and with every little continuity, through this opus.
"Much as we deplore the Dead End Kids, they occasionally man-
age to be funny in their vulgar way, something their French coun-
terparts never even come close to. On the other hand, these incipid
(sic) Dillingers are neither pathetic, terrifying, lovable, clever . ..
TRANCELIKE,... BIZARRE
SAYS FRANK S. NUGENT, NEW YORK TIMES
"All the News That's Fit to Print"
"Instead of the pyrotechnics from the usual Hollywood specimen,
from "Dead .End" to "Public Enemy," the emphasis here has been
upon the . . sordidness of the half-world of crime . . . In pro-
ducing its somber effect, the film has fallen . . . into a trancelike
state in which the players too often behave as automata wandering
dazedly through the bizarre, nightmarish sets the producers have
built around them . . .
"Victor Trivas- . . . has, nevertheless, a feeling for camera which
has created a dozen splendid scenes. . . . His use of lights and
shadows, of angles and telling detail are evidence of an unusual
cinema imagination . .."
ROMANTIC REALISM...- -
BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPHY
SAYS PHILIP T. HARTUNG, THE COMMONWEAL
"A Weekly Review of Literature, The Arts and Public Affairs"
"The French, who call a spade a spade, take their films about
young folk seriously. In Song of the Street' no millionaire comes
to the aid of these Parisian toughies (who could teach our Dead End
Kids a thing about acting and about being tough) . . . This pic-
ture . . . tells its story without romantic realism heightened by
Rudolph Mate's beautiful photography and Hanns Eisler's sym-
phonic score . .
SEEING IS BELIEVING ... at

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