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February 11, 1949 - Image 7

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IHE IlCHIGAN DAIVV

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Resident 'B'
Cage Squads
In Tio(ht Rae1
Wei)Iey, Allen Rumsey, H-ins-
Jle and Prescott Houses re-
mnaine~d undeleated in Residence
hall "B" league basketball in sec-
ond round play Monday night at
the Intramuitral Building.
Wenlley" ',')-18 winner last week,
continuedi their fast pace by
whipping, Adams House, 55-18.1
Allen Rumsey was impressive in
All-Ca- mpus tournament en-
tries close at noon tomorrow
at the Intrani ail Building, an
UVI official aninoiuncted yester-
day.- Competition in tennis,
handball, bowling, paddlebaall,
squash, codeball, table tennis
and badminton is scheduled.
trouncing Lloyd H-ouse, 33-15,
while Hinsdale tanned Chicago
House, 21-12, and Prescott de-
feated Tyler House, 24-16.
Cooley House showed well in its
opening encounter, stopping
Fletcher I-all by a 55-18 count.
III other games, M ici gan House
slammed Anderson House, 36,-.13;
Greene House edged Vaughan
House, 24-20, and Strauss House
Knocked Hayden HIouse fromn the
winner's coluinn, 27-24.
Crisler Mee-Is
Ru0le Tribunrwi
ANN ARBOR, Mich.--&P4'--Fritz
Crisler, Michigan's Athletic Di -
, ector, left here, today for Boston
and the three-day meeting of the
Codification Committee of Na-
tional Collegiate Athletic Asso-
ciation Football Rules Committee.
The session starts tomorrow on
the task of"rec-codifying the en-
tire football structure," accord-
ingi to Committee Chairman Wil-
liam J. Bingham, Harvard Athletic
Director,
Ben Mogan is reported to be
showing continued improve-
mnent and, may be returned
home within another week, at-
tendants at an El Paso Hospi-
tal. revealed today.

Ramblers.. apaSisP
Weaiev ' y te/

88 trials
Five r esidence hall and four
independent quartets qualified forr
the finals in the Intramural 880.
yard relay preliminaries last
night at Yost Field House.}
The championship races will be
staged during the Michigan- Cor-
nell track meet. Saturday =night
'at the Field Hlouse. The Iric,,pen-
dent race will start at 7:20 pj.
with the Residen<,e hull event set
for 8 :10 p.m. The boys will be
shooting at the 1:42.1 mark pt st-
ed in the 1946-47 year.
WENLEY HOUSE and the
Ramblers raced to identical 1:45.4
marks to win their respecctive
divisions. The West Qu adder's
four included Dale Stevenson,
Edward Lindsley, Don White and
John Mowitt. The Rambler quar-
tet features Peter Belireni,
George Kozonis, Richard Harper
and Ross Gunn.
Hayden House prc'esedl W(,nley
all the way to grab scond lilac,
honors in the Ressidence( hall lace'

Interfraternity basketball hadj
itsiitl appearance of the 1949
sesnlast Tuesday night at thel
Intramut~ral Building. Fifteen'
damnes were played in the "'A'
lea"gue.
Si Tma Phi Epsilon dlowned
Zeta Beta Tait, 33-26. The Sig lips
were paced by Bill Branaman and;
Sam Mass~cie, who had 12 and I1
point..:. rspc tively. The score ,va
19-11 at halftime.
AACIADA TED P '' C11i Lambda
Phi, 30-25; the Masons led at the
rest eI riod, 16-9.
Alpl)a Sigma Phi won cverT
starred for' the Alpha Sid's with
12 counters. At the half' it was
15- 13.
!Theta Xi beat Triton, 28-18;
they led 11-3 at halftime.
Sigma Alpha Mu ran all over
'rail Kappa Epsilon by a score of'
55-28. Three Sammies, led the
scorine as Sob Scott. Lee Fisher,
and Al 'Lipnik picked up 16, 12,
and 11 points, respectively. The
score was 28-10 after two quarfters'
hiad been played.

~e 1 'F r L"
ay
(~~ ~',, nok ie ial scoring hon-
( : o to l)40 paints while
AlI a haPi could only man-
age top3'o 7. Jim Deremo
pulipeq i il 20 p)oints and his
teeamzi.al, e. l id Pickard had 10
los he ianr:.Clii11Psi led at
PiP!(;~a Pihuing one on
11ltafi,7'' -l lading 19-1
cat hl'hui :. Lou l. 'YPIrreand
Har'. Trllwvr.'high with 12
Phiha v''liIaWhippedPh
fi ma n Dita1,)t; tunie of 46-16.
Phii 1)AIt No rn-iJackson had 10
pin1ts j- ili(e *L'cker Roomn" boys
led at tiff' hlf, 27-10.

ASSOCIATED PRESS
sw

s''iPhi
Ilte 27-

niipped Pidii Cama
alough they had
leadof 0119-12 at the

I nte~r-.-mild 1'a.jke Ib ll

SHME WRITESB A C KWA RD SGeorgia Ie Mich-.
ele, 10, of Waterbury, Conn., can Avrite upside (lowit and b ' k
'wards, but only with her left hand. She didn't learn it. bwt sdy;
she discovered her skill accidentAly w hile' scrilin ;.

I II 4S1LON swamp ed PhilW lca 28, Episcopal 26
Henry F'onde, former Woul- Sigma Kappa. 47-13. Al Sand- L uthei'an Student Association
verine halfback, has beew, ap- mann netted 12 markers for tlw l * ''' I ble 1;3
pointedl head ioatall ~ci(iiat biI'.A it' i' e'st period it tWP:; . u( binu 1at ta10, ( 'oIWIl'ga-
Ann Arbor High School. lie 1101101 zaal2"?
previously nmentored at Ilniver- , K apif a Sigmna soun idly I ''5by 1Ariai 31. Baptist 25
city High School, in Ann Ar- trounced Taui Delta Phi, 65-14. I (Icendeii 't Basketball
bor. R Iob Burns and Bob Bsar ert Ramblers 35. Michigan Co-op
each had 14 points for the. 19
while Michigan Christian Fellow- Kappa Si 's with Len Ferguson mliaDueo32Hwian
ship was far behind than leaders,t1A0 ('hipping in 11. The yinners °t}
in taking the indepenade at 5 sece- 3- at the half.
ondplae. ran Whtehse Al Zetaa Psi took Chi Phi into camp F'rater'nity Basketbaall
Story, ober Miler nd ohnby a score of 30-20. John Case ;''h'ta Delta Clii 13, Sigma Alpha
Biery ran for Hayden while LO U tallied 10 for th0 Zet eS; they led Epilii
Nielson, Cal Didier. Bruce Clark at halftime, 13-12. Pi Lambda Phi 1, Clhi Phi 0 (For-
and Harold Snyder competedl for .fjell
MCF. SI(CMA CI]BARELY nosed out__
Phi Kappa Tait:, 26-24, while Paul a ."l er Polo.
M agrunt hooped 15 points in a i
LLYDHOSEpstd 1483losing; cause to cop all scoringj Interfrat~ernity water - polo is
mark for third place in the resi - honors. Sigma Chi had a two- drawing to a close as the four
dence hall go with Forestry ain-ponmagnahafie1-1. eifilitmetexWees
nin the Independent third inmagnahafie161.ism-nlstmetex de-
bakt uin in141.Alph;la Tau Omega whipped i day night in a couple of matches
bracet, unnng i 1:4.1.Theta, Delta Chi, 46-17. Whitey{ to decide who will play for the
Michigan Douse and Williams Nelson and'" John Hunt paced Championshlip.
House each recorded 1:48.4 marks- AT(O with 16 and 15 points. Phi Iap Psi will tangle with
to tie for the fourth place posi- Sigma Alpha Epsilon ran away phi Geamma el .rta in one bracket
tion in the Residence hall dlivi- fr'om S~igmna Nui after having only while Zet_ 1 Psi takes on Kappa
sion while Newman Club stepped a slim, 13-11 lead at the rest Siupni a in t ie ofther. The defend-
the distance in 1:50, for the iperiodl. :39-23. Joe Clark had 12 in! Iianapioiis fl'em last year,
fourth Independent qualifying and Bill Bucliolz had 10 for SAFLxInc ao Upsiloan, were upset in the
post. 1jalthough Sigma Nut's Heirb Lor- qu~iar tel-finals.

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WEL G U A R D E D = Men and girl soldieors, vcarrying:
nt'allie ~inn, sandgil i t flt. en'itr'ance 01' the Tel Aviv home
of David B"11 (juriol.N, ~ho is the 'prime' minister of li'aei.,

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A T WO0R K A T D AM SI T E_ Jac'khammners oper-
ated by Stan Cook, Fete McClure and R. L. Zabel (left to right)
drill base for tail-towiers of a cableway for p~ouring 3,000,000
cubic yards of concrete -at hlungry Horse D~am in northwes.'t4Mont-
tana.- They're working on canyon wall, 600 feet above the Flat-
head river. The $100,000,000 project will be wvorld's fourth largest.

NEW BOYS TOWN H EA d - Msgr. Nicholas 11.
Avug pe'r. n'ew director of Boys Town. famous little Nebraska city.
hrolds Iind ,I' one of hris charges ini the gy.mnasium of the secool.

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JULIAN, YOUP FEBRIFIC HOURS
WITH THEN\AIDNI&H'COIL ARE ..
SO MANY, YOU'LL NtJGIFY YOUR OE NTMRIIWSQI-
WHY DON'T YOU nIrTHuE NAY? 4
ri 'k i- ]'o ' TF.D I WANT 10 WIN THAT
w-NAlTONAL SCHOLARSHIP,
,.. 1 ' UT-HIRUMPH I SMOKE
SO MUCH M1Y THROAT
N,. FEE1.S DRY AS
TSSUE

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1S it TRUE, GRAHAM,
THAT THE
lPITHECANTHR0po$ -
C$ZECflJS WAS ! IT IS TRUESIR
eURYGNAITHOUS ? AND IT-U LP-
- HRUMPH-H RUMPH
-I'M AFR~AID I-I-
TOO BAD, YOUR"THRBOAT
HANDICAPPED YOU,
WE'LL COMPLETE YOUR

JULIAN,YOU KNO)W
ALL THE ANSWERS,
BUT YOUR VOICE
WOULDN'T LET YOU s
a ZEAL CASE OF
QHANGOVER
AND I-HR2UA'PH!
'd, " fiH[RUNPH ! WANT
THAT SCHOLAR-
- AN 1) MY1/HHVOAT
SSMOKED-OUT-

WVHY NoT CHANJC-E TO
PXI LIP MOOMI 6, THE
ONLY LEADING
CIGARETTE PROVED
DEFINIT'ELY
LESS
IRZRITATING'? y,
THANKS
d;IiLJOHNY

SINGE I SWITGHED -
TO PII
MOMP141L! .GA I'{I c
HAS E5 &)AA ¢ ,
POSITIVE PLEASURES ;
F SCHOLAQSHIP
TH EBAG FOR YOU
N 0 L'GTOSI

IN ANSWER TO YOUR . "
T tU~tQCOWAS 3RITAINS WAR AE HOSI ZI.IN
H5OPPONENT JANSWERS,
"UT'r EE7 A tGRAHAM . YOU
FEWINQLOCGICAL S CORED) 20
in EXACTITUDE ~ OUT OF 20

-Fri,

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IT GIVES MAE GREAT PLEASURE TO
ANNOUNCE THAT JULIAN SCORZED A
HYPE RPIESIST#AL SUCcESS5-HE WON
;~THE NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP
~~r
THAN K YCU SIR-AND X
THANK JOHNNY AND('
PHILIP MORRIS FOR
HELPING ME WIN

IMPROVE YOUR VOCABULARY
EMPYREAN - The clear upper sky.
FE16RIFIC - Causing fever; said of feverish
activity.
NUGIIFY - To render futile, to X-out,
OSSEOUS TISSUE -- Bone.
IrTHECANTHROPOS ERECTUS - Famous
specimen of primeval man.
EURYGNATHOIJS - having a wide
prominent ja~w.
CIGARETTE H4ANGOVER - That stale,
smoked-out taste; that tight dry feeling
in your throat due to smoking.
TERMINOLOGICAL INEXACTITUDE
In short, a lir.
H'YPERPIESIS'I'IAL '- Quickening the blood
pressure to 'i , gh degree.

H I T C H E t) Y 0 A M E T' E R--Mrs. Florence s. 'Mloore,
Kingston, N. Y., drops coin in parking meter after tying'vup her
' pony, Little Red, during visit to the shopping district.

DO YOU REMEMBER THIS TRIO?-Thiree
of the famkotu, I t Ystolll- covs of c; !*i'-day movie famec--Snub>
pollard, Hank MannPikand ('hes-ter ('oiiklin (left to right).-apre
together again t Holly N wd, mak in' a comic "horse opera.

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7Z'eeMoaoQf~o, oCem ~
Behind the playful plot, our intentions are definitely serious:
we want to PROVE to you that PHILIP MORRIS brings you a
welcome DIFFERENCE in cigarettes.
This PROOF is too extensive to be detailed here -but pre-

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