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by Established Tradition
ME DE TIVgRING lto glr in fraternity
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house. Call Spence Parsons, 2-3256.
LEARN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
209 S. State
Phone 8161 )1P
MEN WANTED to eat at fraternity
house. Excellent food, moderate pric-
es. Close to campus. Call Bud Ph.
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JOHN-Thanks for the inside info on
the 39c luncheon at J. D. Miller's
Cafeteria. Boy that entree, potato,
vegetable, bread, butter and beverage
really taste good. What a buy. Hank.
HEY SPENCE-If you buy an 'ENSIAN,
I won't climb in your bed any more.
Only costs $6.00, and that's less than
you're making now-Think it over.
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een ze world. Eeven down in Mejico
we 'ave zem, an zey doo us soo
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NEWS FROM CLUB 211-Club 211's new
policy-there is no expiration date on
meal tickets! Tickets good any day-
need not be used on consecutive
days. Expires only when completely
LEAVE JUNIOR with a reliable baby
sitter while you go out - anytime.
Kiddie Kare, 3-1121. - 1 B
TYPEWRITERS AND FOUNTAIN PENS
Sales and Service
MORRILL'S--314 S. State St. )11B
HAVE YOUR typewriter repaired by the
Office Equipment Service Company,
215 E. Liberty. )4
PROMPT SERVICE on all typewriter
repairs. MOSELEY TYPEWRITER &
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Accurate Typing. Prompt Service.
Reasonable Rates. Phone 2-9437.
DESIRABLE ROOM for two boys. Can'
be single room. 1513 South University.
Ph. 3-4701. )49R
EVENING CLOTHES-Tails, excellent
T condition. Too small for present
owner. Approx. size-36. Will sell
very reasonably. Dale Drollinger,
1941 PLYMOUTH TUDOR S.D. - $350.
Call Univ. Ext. 721., Mon. & Fri, aft.
SUIT OF TAILS-Size 38-40, like new.
Complete with all accessories and
shoes. Call Bob, 311 Lloyd. Tel. 2-4401.
TWO CUSHMAN motor scooters, slide
> rule, drawing instruments, automatic
phonograph. Call Phil Clark, 5603
50 Women's and girls good clean coats,
$1 to $5; suits, short, $1.50 to $10.00.
Many other items. Nearly New Shop,
311 E. Huron., Ph. 3-0166. )4
PARAKEETS make delightful, inexpen-
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whistle. $5.49 each. 562 South Sev-
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COUSINS ON STATE STREET
Featuring both Lady's Levi's, Western
Overalls. New pair free if they rip.
BESTBUYS-Plastic Raincoats $2.99;
Fancy Knit "T" Shirts $1.49; Black
Moccasins $2.99; Part wool Athletic
Hose 39c. Open 'til 6 p.m. Sam's
Store, 122 E. Washington. )5
WILL SWAP-$140 G.E. Portable Radio
(Short Wave, etc.) used very little,
for set of golf clubs. Bob, 2-4383, 6-9
p.m. 217 Glen Avenue. )48
MAN'S BIKE-Good condition. $15.
Clayton Upright Piano $75. Good
practice instrument. Geo. Shirley,
2-9441, Apt. 5 or Mrs. S., 3-1511, Ext.
751, days. )46
9x12 WILTON RUG--Custom made da-
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Singer vacuum. Carpet sweeper. Mis-
Dorm Cage Playoffs Begin;"
Adams House Defends Title
Residence Hall basketball play-
offs will begin Monday night asl
regular season cage activity came
to an end this week. In addition,
independent fives will square off
today in their first round of play-
Monday night's ".A" dormitory
action saw Adams House gain a
first-place playoff berth with a
26-24 victory over Wenley House.
Michigan House toppled Cooley,
37-27, and Fletcher continued its
winning ways with a 23-17 deci-
sion over Lloyd House as Alex
Rotsko led the victors with 9 val-
* * *
TYLER HOUSE'S "A" five roll-
ed to a 42-31 victory over Allen-
Rumsey House as Duane Luse
poured in 20 points-for the Tyler-
men. The win enabled Tyler to
gain a position in the second-
place playoffs, along with Michi-
gan, Hayden, and Williams
Adams, Chicago, Fletcher,
and Strauss will vie for top hon-
ors in the "A" league. Inciden-
tally, Adams will be seeking the
TWO FELLOWS needed-to share
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pital. Refrigeration privileges.
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Phi Delt, Chi
Psi Win First
FOR RENT-2 room suite-to-share
with male student. $6 weekly 1105
Church. 2-7715. )50R
AT 1019 CHURCH-Half of large double
room for male student. Inquire at
rear apt., evenings. )8B
VACANCY for male students. Rooms
can be used as apartment. Also double
rooms. Call 2-2052. 8R
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title for the second straight year,
since they won the cage crown
Third place playoffs will find
Cooley, Prescott, Lloyd, and Win-
clell in the running, and Wenley,
Anderson, Vaughan, and Hinsdale
Houses will fight it out for the
* * *
THERE WASBalso plenty of ac-
tivity on the "B" basketball front
this week, and all playoff berths
have been determined. Adams,
Winchell, Fletcher, and Hinsdale
will compete for first place, and
Michigan, Cooley, Prescott, and
Tyler are in the running for the
Third place playoffs will in-
volve Chicago, Wenley, Greene,
and Anderson. Williams, Lloyd
Hayden, and Allen-Rumsey, last
year's winner, 'will play for
In games played this week, Hay-
den House defeated Greene, 27-16,
and Greene came back to nip
P r e s c o t t, 42-39. Prescott then
mangled Strauss, 44-19, with Du-
ane Possanza scorching the nets
for 28 points, including 21 in the
* * *
MICHIGAN HOUSE had a suc-
cessful week, sweeping two games
from Chicago, 31-25, and Wil-
liams, 23-15. Vaughan House,
however, was not nearly so fortu-
nate, losing 25-20 to Williams, and
absorbing a 58-15 shellacking at
the hands of Adams. Bill Brenton
scored 17 points to lead Fletcher's
"B" five to a 32-30 win over Hay-
Due to the fact that so many in-
dependent teams competed this
season, no less than ten teams will
play for the cage championship of
that league. The ten are: Big Reds,
Hawaiians, Mugwumps, Campus
Club, Foresters, Mealmarters, Mo-
biles, Boodinese, Lazy Aces, and
The finals of the All-Campus
bowling tournament will be rolled
today at the Union Open House.
Ralph Westgard, Jim Dowsley,
Ron Wells, and Ed Perkins will
compete in the final matches. This
will be a round robin affair with
each of the men rolling the others
two games. Awards will be pre-
sented to the winners.
In last week's qualifying match-
es Westgard was high with a six
game total of 1157, Dowsley second
with a total of 1117. Wells was
third with 1107 and Perkins came
in fourth with a total of 1106.
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One of the feature events to be
held at the I-M Open House on
Wednesday, March 22 will be the
finals of the all-campus boxing
With a total of thirty-five men
entered in all weight divisions,
elimination bouts will be held on
Friday, March 17, and Monday,
* * *
AMONG THE entries are Jim
Kanemoto, from .Hawaii, a divi-
sion champion of last year, but
who is fighting one class heavier
this year at 145 pounds, and Eric
Youngquist, who recently won
a bout in Ypsilanti.
. Kanemoto won the trophy
last year as the outstanding
tourney boxer. lie was then
fighting in the 135 lb. class. This
trophy will be offered again this
year, with entrants in both the
Novice and Open classes eligible
The awarding of the trophy is
determined on the basis of points
scored in the bouts. General form,
rounds won, knockdowns, and
knockouts count in the total.
At present, the boxers are train-
ing under the direction of Marty
Martell, tournament supervisor.
The bouts will be divided into
Aided by Dick Groth's 630 pin
total, which was.the highest in the
A- Residents Hall bowling league
this year, Prescott House ad-
vanced to the I. M. finals de-
feating Adams House 2,522 to
Included in Groth's total were
games of 169, 206, and 255. Pres-
cott's opposition in the finals will
come from either Williams or
Hayden, whose squads are carded
to meet this weekend for the right
to face Prescott.
In quarter-final matches Wil-
liams stopped Cooley's bid by the
score of 2562 to 2342 and Hayden
downed Wenley 2367 to 2221.
In the B bowling playoffs Hins-
dale meets Tyler in the semi-
finals. The winner opposes Greene
in the upper final, while Hayden
and Winchell match strikes in the
lower bracket finale. The two win-
ners collide for the Resident B
Fraternity "A" basketball swung
into high gear, this past week, as
the first round of the, playoffs
In first place playoffs, the Phi
Delts, Phi Psis and Chi Psis ad-
vanced a step closer to the cham-
pionships by winning their first
PRACTICING-Phil Wyles, left, is coyering up as Milardi Seto
moves in during a practice match in.pre aration for the IM boxing
championship to be held on March 27. Both boxers are under the
tutelege -of IM boxing instructor Marty. Martell.
I-M Open House To Feature
'Outstanding Campus Fighters
two clksses, Novice and Open, for
the hrst time this year. This will
prevent the uninteresting bouts
which have occurred in the past
when experienced and inexperi-
enced fighters were matched.
Two of the entrants, Milard Seto
and Phil Wyles, are shown above.
Seto fought in the 155 lb. division
last year, while Wyles is a new-
comer to the field.
In Water Polo
The filip of a coin gave Ander-
son House a victory over Tyler,
House last Tuesday night in the
semi-finals of the Intramural
water polo tournament.
This victory puts Anderson in
the championship playoffs which
are to be held at the I-M Open
House on March -27.
* * *
TYLER HOUSE dominated the
game most of the way, by virtue
of superior depth and more accur-
ate passing. They had four scor-
ing opportunities, but a stubborn
Anderson defense, which pulled
five men back as goalies in the
overtime, headed off each try..
THE PHI DELTS took Sigma
Phi Epsilon, 35-28, with Earl Kein
registering ten points for the vic-
tors. Phi Psi took Alpha Sig into
camp as Bill Eggenberger scored
15 for the winners, 36-26. Chi Psi
won at the expense of Delta Tau
In second place games, DU,
Psi U, and ATO were victorious.
The DU's beat Sigma Phi, 39-26,
Psi U took Sigma Chi, 24-14, and
Alpha Tau Omega nipped the
The third place playoffs found
Zeta Psi, ZBT, Sigma Pi and
Theta Xi winning.
ZETA PSI smothered Acacia,
51-23, ZBT took Trigon, 30-10,
Sigma Pi nipped Phi Sigma Delta,
29-27, Theta Xi beat Kappa Sig-
In fourth place games, Chi
Phi won from Sigma, Nu by for-
feit, as did Theta Chi from Phi
Gam. Lambda Chi took Phi Sig-
ma Kappa, 34-16.
AEPi, Theta Delt and Delta Chi
won fifth place games as did Phi
THE AEPi's took Delta Sig, 38-
23. Theta Delt won from TKE, 2-0.
Delta Chi took the Phi Taus, 36-
16. Phi Kappa Sigma beat Tri-
In "B" games, the first place
playoffs saw Sig Ep beating Phi
Kappa Sigma, 17-12, Chi Psi
took Phi Gamma Delta, 28-19,
Alpha Delta Phi nipped SAE,
29-27, Phi Delta Theta beat the
Kappa Sigs, 37-18.
In "B" Basketball second place
games, Phi Sigma Delta beat Phi
Sigma Kippa, 22-12, Phi Kappa
Psi took DU, 17-7. Theta Chi took
the measure of Zeta Psi, 26-15.
* * *
IN THIRD PLACE games, Sig-
ma Chi beat SAM, 33-18, Lambda
Chi Alpha scored a 31-13 victory
over Delta Chi, Theta Chi nosed
out Delta Sigma Phi, 25-22 and
Chi Phi lost a 2-0 forfeit to Theta
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