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THE iH CHAN tiAILY

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I-M Softball Leagues End Third Week of Play
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Major League Standings

NATIONAL LEAGUE

AMERICAN LEAGUE

AdamsWins
Dorm Loop
Sparked by the excellent pitch-
ing of Walt Noon, Adams House
chalked up the League "B" Resi-
dence Hall softball championship,
as seven other houses emerged vic-
torious in last Monday's games.
Adams had no trouble.disposing
of previously undefeated Cooley
House, 14-4. Walt Noon's fine
pitching, and plenty of batting
power supplied by Noon, himself,
catcher John Hayes, and center-
fielder Carl Raiss, made the game
Adams all the way.
Another easy win was Hayden
House's 9-1 victory over Chicago
House. Michigan House dropped
Strauss House 7-3, as Hinsdale
House trounced Vaughan House,
10-3. It was dog-eat-dog as Tyler
House rallied to defeat Wenley
House, 10-6. A hitting Williams
House team dropped a weak An-
derson House nine, 10-1. Fletcher
Hall, after taking an early lead,
lost to Greene House, 9-2.
It Must Be Good!
THE DAILY and
EVERYONE ELSE
says it's Wonderful!
-Thru Saturday -

INTRAMURAL BRIEFS:
Net Play Gains Quarters;
Newmans Cop Ball Title

Residence. hall tennis moved
into the quarter final stages leav-
ing the following houses still par-
ticipating in the tournament -
Cooley, Allen-Rumsey, Wenley,
Michigan, Williams, Hayden,)
Fletcher and Adams.
Horseshoes; also in the quarter
final rounds for the most part,. lay
between, Michigan, Hayden,
Vaughan Prescott, Williams, Ty-
ler and Lloyd. Hayden reached the
semi-finals by virtue of a 3-0 win
over Allen-Rumsey yesterday af-
ternoon.
* * , *,
NEWMAN CLUB won its league
title in the Independent softball
division by virtue of an 8-4 vic-
tory over the Ramblers Monday
afternoon.
The Puffs and the Owlers
scored their second wins of the
season. The Puffs shutout the
Wonders, 15-0, and the Owl-
ers defeated Nakamura Coop,
8-1. The Bulldozers trounced
Omega Deuteron, 17-0, and the
Rookies scored a 18-4 victory
over the Progressives.
The Newman Club scored three
runs on two, singles, a double, and
a walk in the third inning 'and
three more in the fourth on two
singles, a triple, and a walk to
clinch the ,victory over the Ram-
blers.

double and Hank Klauke had two
singles for the victors.
Ed Olds banged out a home
run and a single to lead the Phys
Eds to an 8-4 win over the Mis-
fits Saturday afternoon. In oth-
er games played Saturday, Al
Slote pitched The Michigan
Daily to a 2-0 win over the
Dodgers and 1208 Club squeezed
past St. Mary's Chapel 3-2 by
scoring a run in the last half of
the sixth.
The Clippers scored three runs
in the first inning and went on to
beat the Hawaiians 5-4 last Fri-
day.
* * *
NEXT WEEK the faculty will
compete in its annual golf open
tournament. Many near pars are
expected to be racked up on the
basis of last year's low scores.
There is still time for other de-
partments to enter five man teams
for this classic event which is to
take place on Saturday, May 7.

Plate Power'
AidsNuS gs
Sluggers had a field day in fra-
ternity softball yesterdtiy as they
banged out a total of' -tun home
runs.
Feature game of toe day was,
Nu Sigma Nu's Herb Spender's five
hit, 11-1, victory over the favored
Delta Sigma Delta nine. Ed Ols,
Dick Donelly, and Lew Parry
banged homers for Phi Epsilon
Kappa as they swamped Alpha
Omega 14-1.
Phi Rho Sigma topped Alpha
Chi Sigma, 9-5, as Bob Lowry and
Leo Cunningham homered for the
winners and John Norman for the
losers. Hal Doster made a round
tripper for Phi Chi and Bob Evans
for Alpha Kappa Psi as they tied
5-5. Bill Closson pitched three hit
ball, one a homer by Jim Lowa,
as Phi Delta Phi overcame Phi
Delta Chi, 16-1. Dick Tunner made
a four bagger for the winners.
The best game of the day found
Tau Epsilon Rho edging Delta
Sigma Pi, 3-0, behind the five hit
pitching of Jack Calechman.
Alpha Rho Chi defeated Law Club
"A" on a forfeit.

All-Campus
Golf Tourney
Starts May 7
bn May 7, regardless of weather
conditions, foursomes will head
out every seven minutes from 7:30
a.m. to 4:00 p.m. hoping for the
coveted Intramural golf title.
Team competition will be
carried on within the Residence
Halls, Fraternities, Independents,
Faculty, International Center, and
Professional Fraternities divisions,
* * *
A TEAM CONSISTS of five
men, each of whom must play
eighteen holes. The individual
team member with the highest
score will be dropped, and the
combined total of the remaining
four will make up the team total.
The sixteen best individual{
scores will be placed in an elim-
ination bracket. The winner of
this bracket will be declared the{
All Campus Champion. Everyone
on campus is eligible to compete
except members of spring varsity
squads.

PitDelis
TakeTitle
Six teams gamped the right this
week to clash in the forthcoming
playoffs for the fraternity softball
championship.
PHI DELTA THETA, sparked by
the shut-out pitching of Bob Ver-
nier, defeated Aipha Tau Omega,
10-0. This win, the third straight
for the Phi Delts gives them a
league championship, and the de-
feat dropped the ATO's into sec-
ond place.
Alpha Phi Alpha defeated Lamb-
da Chi Alpha in a mild upset, 3-1.
Jim Coleman was tagged with
LCA's first loss.
SIGMA ALPHA Epsilon ripped
Triangle, 11-1, with Don Cham-
phey's home run being the decid-
ing factor. Sigma Chi edged Sig-
ma Nu in a close game, 5-2, giv-
ing the victors a league champi-
onship and the Sigma Nu's a sec-
ond place.
Henry Siberell tossed his second
consecutive shut-out as Beta
Theta Pi topped Chi Phi, 4-0. Fin-
ally, Sigma Phi Epsilon nosed out
Tau Delta Phi, 1-0, to join the fin-
alists.

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BRAND NEW girls Eng. bicycle, below
retail. $65; and girls Eng. bicycle used
2 months, $55. Call 2-6581; Rm. 3008.
)21
WOMAN'S 26-inch bicycle. Repainted
and reconditioned. Cheap. Call 2-4896.
COUSINS
STORE on STATE STREET
SALE! 3% off on group of
100% wool skirts. )1
PIPE SALE
Close-out Sale on Briar Pipes
$2.00 - Good Selection
CALKINS-FLETCHER
State St.
BOXER SHORTS and matching shirts
in seersucker and broadcloth. Sizes
3 to 6, priced from $3.50 to $5.00. Bea
Nickel, Nickels Arcade. )11

FOR SALE
TWO MAY FESTIVAL series tickets to-
gether. Top balcony center. Call
Irene or Flo, 9388. )20
REAL ESTAE"
MY HOME For Sale-3 bdinT., single
story 24'x44' house. Full basement,
automatic oil heat. Fully . carpeted,'
venetian blinds, Youngstos H kitchen.
Price $15,500. Call Owner, 401. )2M

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ATTENTION ALL KNITTERS 1
Running short of yarn?
WOMEN'S EXCHANGE
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po&w.4 ju9 Cofee £7o"
1204 South University Avenue
serving
BREAKFASTS, LUNCHEONS and DINNERS
SANDWICHES and SALADS
from
7:00 A.M. to 1 :00 P.M. and 5:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Closed Sundays

10 PIECE DINING-ROOM SUITE -
kitchen set, davenport bed, washing
machine. Reasonable offer accepted.
Chi Ypsi, 1059-W1. )18
FOR SALE - Stenograph machine, al-
most new, with instruction books.
Ph. 4947. )17
1948 DODGE 4-door custom, radio, heat-
er, very low mileage. Sell best offer.
Call evenings or weekend afternoon.
1417 Erving Ct., Willow Run. )16
J. C. HIGGINS golf clubs set of 5 irons
-$19.95. Set of 3 woods $18.85. J. C.
Higgins tennis rackets, nylon strings
-$4.35, gut strings-$2.98, tennis balls
3/$1.59. Laundry cases reduced from
$2.29 to $1.98. Sears Roebuck and Co.,
312 South Main St., phone 2-5501.
FORMAL-In excellent condition, off
shoulder, white bengaline, fitted bod-
ice, full skirt, size 12. Phone 2-2521;
ext. 438, ask for Doris. )99
SIAMESE CAT 6 mon. old male. Pedi-
greed, friendly, $20. Ph. 2-7930. )89
THE PERFECT GIFT for Mother's Day
is one from our selection of station-
ery, fountain pens, pencils, and other
gifts. We also have the best of new
novels in fiction.
OVERBECK'S
1116 S. University )6
LIGHTWEIGHT Motorcycle, like new.
Real bargain, 226 Strauss House, East
Quad, 2-4591. )91
1948 Cushman Motor Scooter $280 and
9 irons 3 woods set of Spaulding Bob-
by Jones Golf Clubs with bag. $80.
Phone Bob, 4980. )88
1937 Dodge Coupe-Dependable, good
mechanically, body looks good;
trouble free tires. Phone 2-7146. (86
SENIORS-Phone us now about a sub-
scription to TIME at the $5.00-a-year
College Rate. Student run Student
Periodical Agency. 2-82-42. 9 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. )24P
MOTORCYCLE SALE
A very good selection. All priced to sell.
Will accept trade-ins.
A Complete Rebuilding Service.
INDIA MOTORCYCLE SALES
207 W. Liberty St. Phone 2-1748
)10
BOXER PUPS-Whelped March 12. Sire
Champion Brass Bound of Briarnole,
Dam Mazelaine's Hippoly Ta. $100.
5040 Scio Church Rd., Ph. 25-8477. )73
1946 DODGE-Blue deluxe two-door se-
dan, fluid drive. Mileage under 20,000.
Arvin heater, defroster fan, seat cov-
ers, chains, new brake bands and
cylinders. Has had excellent care,
and is in perfect condition. Ph. 5373.
)68
CANARIES, Parakeets, Bird Supplies
and Cages. Birds boarded. Experts
care. 562 S. Seventh, Ph. 5330.E )4
FIRST IN QUALITY
TELEVISION
Franchise dealers for RCA, Motorola,
General Electric, and Stewart-War-
ner. Aero Radio Sales & Service.
Phone 4997. )7
MAN'S ENGLISH BICYCLE. Call 2-8309.
) 84
6 LEFT HAND Golf Clubs, steel shaft,
pre-war, good cond., leather bound
canvas bag. Phone 6013. )95

FURNISHED home near Pinelmaey avail-
able in Sept. Phone Yps57 or con-
tact L. Walters, Mack & Mack Furni -
ture, Ypsi. )21F
For good accommodations
bring your overnight or
weekend guests t the.:
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOM3
1133 E. Ann Phone 8144
WANTED TO RENT
GRAD. STUDENT and wife' desire
apartment for summer. -References.
J. Parker, 716 Pearl St., Y ianti.
21W
GRADUATE COUPLE desire apartment
year-round or sublet for summer ses-
sion only. Call Carol 2-0379. )20W
STUDENT and wife want apartment
for summer session only. Local refer-
ences. Dorothy Andrews. 2-4561. )19W
JUNIOR COLLEGE instructor and wife
desire furnished apartment for dura-
tion of summer session. Local refer-
ences. Richard W. Wherity, 559 Lyon
N.E., Grand Rapids, Michigan. )16W
COLLEGE PROFESSOR and wife wish
to rent or sublet apartment for sum-
mer session. Write E. W. Weaver, Jr.,
1622 Patomic Dr., Toledo. )18W
BUSINESS
SERVICES
YOUR HAIR is your greatest physical
asset. Keep it clean by thorough
shampoo with pure castile soap, rich
in olive oil. $1. Heavy popular U-cut
that requires no setting to look your
best. $1. At Rainey's Slenderizing
and Beauty Salon. 1031 E. Ann. Ph.
2-3725. Open daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
)32P
24-Hour Service by ,Request
HOME QUALITY SE1RVICE
215 E. Washington, Ph. 9035 )33B
EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE done on all
typewriters. Moseley Typewriter Co.,
214 E. Washington. )23B
EXPERIENCED teacher o- piano. U. of
M. graduate has openings. Beginners
and advanced. Ph. 2-444, 6-8 eve-
nings. )36B
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Orders Taken .. or
Any Type of Uniflerm
Reasonable Rates 2-2020
)3B
FRAYED COLLARS
ARE OUT OF FASHION
Have yours turned for 50c at
TUCKAWAY HOUSE
E. Liberty at Maynard Phone 9582
Margaret Nickerson Martin )9
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUNT DANCE' STUDIOS
209 S. State St. Ph. 8161 )5B
CUSTOM CLOTHES. Restyling. Alter-
ations. Prompt service on all altera-
tions. Hildegarde Shoppe. 109 E.
Washington. Phone 2-4669. )4B

BOOKS
For the Best in Bookbinding
at a price you can afford
OLSEN'S BINDERY
325 E. Hoover Phone 2-7976
)37B
PERSONALS
TO OUR MISSING SALESMAN - No,
Michigan students are not insane.
Just because you lost yourshirt and
tie at a tug of war in the middle of
campus is no reason to stop telling
the students about Royal Typewriters.
Office Equipment Service Company,
1116 So. University. )lB
SHIP 'N SHORE Blouses. White, colors,
and plaids. Sanforized. $2.95 and
$3.95. Randall's Specialty Shop, 306
S. State. )lP
BABY SITTERS - Call Kiddie Kare,
2-1101; if no answer, 25-7364. )28B
CAMPUS
CORSAGE SERVICE
A Student Service for Students
Thrill your date for the comi
formals by a corsage from us.
We offer discount on N.S.A. cards
Phone 2-7032 )20B
LOST
and
FOUND
LOST -- Finance 62 notebook. Call
Chuck Prue, Ph. 7863. )33L
LOST-In League, Sat. night, a white
gabardine coat. Picked up a white
tweed coat instead. For info call
2-4471, Rm. 2541. )34L
LOST -Shell glasses in brown pouch
bet. League and Mosher on April 25.
2-4591, 405 Tyler.
FOUND: 19 Meals. Student interested
in eating better for less, claim meal
ticket at Club 211, 211 S. State, for
$9.50. )33P
LOST-Possibly in Angell or S. Wing,
man's tan gabardine topcoat, gloves
in pocket, Wagner label. Reward. Call
Fletcher, 6118, around 6 p.m. )29L
LOST at Brighton Police Station-Tan
topcoat. Reward. Call Chase 2-1646.
) 27L
LOST-Pair brown horn-rimmed glass-
es. Vicinity of Elm St. If found,
please call Bob, 8064. )26L

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BADLY NEEDED-Ride from Plymouth,
Mich. to Ann Arbor in time for 8:00
class Thursday mornings. Call Dick
Miller 2-1046; leave phone number.
)36T
I3IHELP WANTED
HELP WANTED-Man to act as swim-
ming counselor at boys' camp in
northern Wisconsin, June 30 - Aug.
24. Must have Red Cross water safety
instructor's rating and be at least 24
yrs. old. Write to Camp Deerhorn,
289 Rivard Blvd., Grosse Pte., or Ph.
Niagra 6620. )29H
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR WOMEN-Rooms with kitchen for
summer session, near campus. Call
9244, 5:30-9:30 p.m. )56R
1702 HILL-Rooms for male students
for summer term. New beds and mat-
tresses. }57R
ROOMMATE left school. Half double
room available Htllywood bed, show-
er, bath. Three blocks from campus.
Call 5750. )55R
FRESHMAN Med. Student desires room-
mate for fall semester. Write Panzer,
South Hall, Box 207, Bloomington,
Ind. ) 52R

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