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THE. MICHIGAN DAILY,

SATURDAY, MAY.2, 1950

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All

BUSINESS
SERVICES

FOR SALE

cL~oaE5T

ROOMS
FOR RENT

13YLVIA STUDIO OF DANCE-Ballroom,
Tap, Acrobatic, Ballet. Over Michigali
Theater. Ph. 8066. )9B
SHIRTS - Nine hour service (by re-
), three day service (regular ser-
vice). Ace Laundry, 1116 S. Univer-
sity. )7B
?1W0A STEIN-EXPERIENCED TYPIST
-Master's and Doctor's manuscripts
and legal Work. Phone 2-9848 after
_noon. ) 30B
1"YPEWRITERG AND FOUNTAIN PENS
Sales and Service
MORRILL'd-314 S. State St. )11B
DELICIOUS hardy picnic lunches for
groups numbering from 25 to 1,000
persons. Let usvtake care of all the
details. We deliver. J. D. Miller Ca-
tering service. 2-8315 phone. )13B

HILDEGARDE SHOPPE
109 E. Washington
Expert Alterations
Custom Clothes,

by Established Tradition )3B
WASHING, ironing done in my own
home. Also rough dry and wet wash-
1ing.2Free pick up and delivery. Ph.
2-9020. )1B
HAVE YOUR typewriter repaired by the
Office Equipment Service Company.
215 E. Liberty. )4
VACATION DAYS will soon be here.
Mother and Dads-enjoy yourselves.
Responsible sitters for the children.
Call Kiddie Kare 3-1121. )10B
WANTED TO RENT
PROFESSIONAL WOMEN want small
furnished apartment near hospital.
Call 9285 after 6. )35N
TWO BEDROOM unfurnished house or
apartment for September. Two small
children. Box 221. )36N
THREE ROOM FURNISHED APT, by
graduate student and working wife.
Must have private bath. Will be in
Ann Arbor at least 3 years. Write T.
D. Kowalski, 9205 A St., Apt.)11,
Hayward Calif. )30N
WANTED TO RENT-Furnished kit-
chenette apartment for the Summer
Session. Graduate student and wife.
R. C. Davis, University of Akron,
Mathematics Department, Akron,O.
)15N
WANTED-TO-SUB-LET: Wife and hus-
band, both teachers, desire to sub-
let apartment for summer school
session. WriteMrs. June D. Kelly,
Box 181, Galien, Mich. )11N
PERSONAL
REQUIESCAT-In fond memory of the
Yelnats. Done in by a low bow. They
were a backward crowd. G.R., E.R.,
P.D., O.E. ) 82
WANTED-Attractive coed to serve at-
tractive meals, 19c malts, 5c coffee.
The Dinner Bell, 808 S. State near
Hill. ) 81
LUDWIG-I did it. D.G.F. )83
K.K.G.'s (Sue & Nan)-
Tis a sorry plight which lately has been
And you're right girls, we Fijis did sin
But we figure that "Mugs" aren't Mugs
unless they're in
That brand new '50 MICHIGANENSIAN!
So come up and see us sometime -
"The Fiji Tiger"
STUDENT PERIODICAL AGENCY
Never advertises on Sundays. 2
STUDENT RATES on TIME and LIFE
still available. Only $4.75 a year.
Through Student Periodical Agency.
Phone 2-82-42. )2
NOW IS THE TIME!
Get your room for. this summer or
next fall now!! You will get very
satisfactory results from a cheap,
efficient DAILY CLASSIFIED AD.
2-3241. )2P
LEARN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
209 S. State
Phone 8161 )1P
SEPIO -Your ast, chance to take
acvahtade of te" Sttnr!tnt rates on
TIME and LIFE. Only $4.75 a yr.
Phone Student Periodical Agency,
2-82-42. )2

STEEL FILE - 3 drawers, letter size,
suspension type, used, but good con-
dition. Cheap. Ph. 8154. )196
XYLOPHONE - Leedy 3-octave, with
case, $45. Call 230 Prescott, 2-4591.
) 195
LADY'S BALLOON TIRE BIKE - $20.
Student Bicycle Agency, 629 E. Univ.
_)8
HOUSE TRAILER - '41 Schult 21-ft.,
sleeps 4, top shape. Ideal vacation or
winter home. Reasonable price. Lot
76. Coachville Gdns. on US-23 south
of Packard Rd. )197
SACRIFICE 1941 Pontiac R.H., new
tires, mechanically perfect,.$350.00.
11 Michigan House, 2-4401. )198
FIBERBOARD CLOSET and single bed,
coil springs. Both nearly new. 1016
S. Forest, 2-2330. )189
TUXEDO-Size-36. Worn - only twice.
1016_Forest, 2-2330. )190
USED CAR-'37 Buick, like new, want
to sell immediately. $325. Call 3CH-
6731. )191
GOLF CLUBS-5 Registered irons, 2
matched woods. Inlaid wood faces.
never used. $26.50. Phone 3-8755. )192
GOING BACK EUROPE-Sell 1940 Dodge
sedan, kept good condition, low price.
Call 3-1511. Ext. 2167. )193
FOR SALE-Man's three speed English
bicycle, built-in lock. Good condi-
tion. See after five. Apt. 3, 816 Tap-
pan. )194
TWO TICKETS-Saturday night "Born
Yesterday." Row M, aisle. Call 2-9825
after six.
ALMOST NEW Remington noiseless de-
luxe portable typewriter, Model 17,
guaranteed, $69.95. Getting married
and need the cash. Call for Bud,
1024 Packard, Phone 2-8539. )188
MOTORCYCL I STS!
If you are interested in a motorcycle,
you should see these before you buy.
They are priced right. India M/C
Sales, 207 W. Liberty. Ph. 2-1748.
Open evenings. )7
HALLICRAFTERS 5-38 RADIO-Excel-
lent condition, $25. J. Dresner, 2-9628.
) 184
ARMY TYPE Foot Locker-$7.99, $9.99,
$10.99 al taxes included; Army type
duffle bags $2.99; Furlough bags $2A9
with zipper; Open til 6 p.m. Sams
Store, 122 E. Washington._ )5
200 SETS of 78 r.p.m. records, like new,
from private collection, mostly be-
low 1. list. Unusual bargains. Many
rare and new items, also a few LP's
and 45's. 118 N. Thayer, Apt. 2. Tel.
2-9185. ____)182
BICYCLE-1948 Goodyear, Marathon,
good condition, $25.00. 1519 Granger.
Phone 2-5101. )187
GOLF SET-Ralph Guldahl autograph-
ed matched clubs. 5 irons, 2 woods,
brand new, never used. Price $29.95
_Ph. 2-8692. ________ )171
1938 PACKARD SEDAN-Radio, heater.
new tires, battery, muffler, and
shocks. 2-2080. . )168
ALL COLOR PARAKEETS, Canaries,
Finches, Cocketiels. Bird supplies and
cages. 562 S._7th. Ph. 5330. )2B
1949 ENGLISH FORD FORDOR - A-1
condition new last August, low mile-
age. Priced for quick sale. See any
evening at 61512 W. Huron or Satur-
day and Sunday. Phone 2-8770. )148
WOMAN'S riding boots size 812. Ex-
cellent condition. Phone 8539 after
5:00. ) 80
CUSHMAN SCOOTER 1950. Auto trans-
mission. Used three weeks. Wind-
shield, speedometer. Priced to suit.
Call 3-4592. ) 126
DIAMOND- engagement and wedding
rings. Large discount. Jay Angle,
wholesale representative. Ph. 2-4481.
)9
WANTED TO TRADE
IF OUR TASTES AGREE, let's swap
classical record albums. 2-7981. )17T

ROOMS WITH BATH
Cool, cheerful study and sleeping
rooms, informal atmosphere, $40 for
summer, others without bath. Cam-
pus nearby. 1212 Hill. Call_2-2202. )86R
SINGLE, DOUBLE ROOMS with kitchen
privilege, near campus. Call 5224. )85R
ROOM WITH PRIVATE_ BATH for 2
men students, 513 Elm. Phone 2-1612.
) 87R
ROOMS FOR MEN STUDENTS-Sum-
mer and fall terms. Phone 2-0157
after 6:00 p.m. )84R
SUMMER SCHbOL -Fraternity house
with kitchen privileges. $4 per week,
814E. University, corner Hill. Phone
2-9431.
CLOSE TO CAMPUS-Large, pleasant
double room for male students, fall
or summer. No smoking. Phone 5372.
) 82R
COOL ROOMS for summer session for
mature men. 4 blocks from campus.
Twin beds, shower, cooking and laun-
dry privileges. Continuous hot water.
Shown Tues., 12:45 to 4:30. Fri. 9-4.
415 Lawrence. )83R
PLEASANT singles & doubles for men.
Campus. Summer rates $5. Ph. 6876
evenings. )77R
MEN'S ROOMS, summer and fall, sin-
gles and doubles. 1346 Geddes, 2-7044.
)70R
ATTENTION MEN STUDENTS.-Special
summer rates. Some fall reservations
available. Twin-bed rooms, air-con-
ditioned, showers, continuous hot
water. Unusually attractive accom-
modations, just three blocks off'cam-
pus. Call 7632. )30F
MEN - Spend the summer in AIR
COOLED LUXURY. Carpeted rooms
with baths. TELEVISION. Sundeck.
Near campus. Kappa Nu Fraterntty.
Phone 2-8809 or 2.8813. 81R
TRANSPORTATION
SOUTH - Leaving for TEXAS week
June 25. Want riders. Joe 2-2202. )35T
SUMMER TRANSPORTATION SOLVED!
-1941 Special Deluxe Ford awaits
to carry you "Home Sweet Home,"
vacationing, etc.HMechanic will war-
rant condition. New motor, all ac-
cessories. Call 2-4591, 344 Prescott.
) 34T
COSTS LESS BY AIR to get trunks
there. Ship your trunk via Capital
Airlines Air Freight. For pick-up call
Ann Arbor Taxi, 3-4244. )33T
GOING TO BOSTON on or about June
5--one passenger to share driving.)Ph.
6218_after 5:30 p.m. _______ )32T
PLANE RESERVATIONS on unschedul-
ed airlines available for all June
flights. Phone 8771. )31T
FLYING TO CALIFORNIA June 8.
Have 2 seats. $75 each. McElroy Fly-
ing Service, 9335. )27T
LOST AND FOUND _
LOST-I'm panicky, brown zipper note-
book, essential for finals. Front ofUl-
richs. Ph. 3-1100-Stu Todd. ) 108L
LOST-Bunch of keys near Groomwell
Beauty Shop or vicinity of State St.
Ph. 5896 or 5126. )98L
LOST--Black and pink rim glasses. Ap-
ril 25th, campus. Ph. 3-1561-4506
Palmer Hse. )85L
LOST-Racine wristwatch with metal
band. Call 250611. )64L

FOR RENT
APARTMENT - Two rooms,,private
shower, bath. Two blocks; from cam-
pus. Two male vacancies. 0Coil3-1095.
FURNISHED APT. for four~, men, com-
plete privacy. Call Norm, 2-7318. )40F
4-ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT to
sublet for summer session only. Con-
venient location. Call 2-6418. )41F
SMALL APARTMENT to sublet, month
of June. Near University Hospital.
2-0882 after 7 p.m. )39F
2 MEN-Comfortable 4-rm. apartment,
Call 6634. )38F
MEN'S DOUBLES AND SINGLES-Spe-
cial summer rates, some fall reserva-
tions available. Nicely furnished,
twin beds, continuous hot water,
linens furnished, across from Yost
Field House. Phone 9692 after 6 p.m.F
APARTMENT available for summer -
Two rooms, west side. Car necessary.
Phone 2-8242. )31F
DOUBLE ROOMS, SUITES -Available
for men, summer session. Near cam-
pus and Union. Shower, continuous
hot water. $5.25. 509 S. Division near
Jefferson. )29F
EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITIES
MEDICAL PERSONNEL
for medical and dental field.
408 Park Ave.Blg WO358
DETROIT, BMICHIGAN )1E
HELP WANTED
SALES LADIES-Experienced in dresses,
coats and suits, full time. Dixie
Shops, Phone 9686. ) 26H
SALES HELP WANTED next fall. Maga-
zine subscriptions at student rates.
Please apply now to: Student Periodi-
cal Agency, Phone 2-8242. )24H
WANTED-Part time secretary-steno-
grapher for executive office. Hours to
be arranged. Dr. Rector. Phone 2-0978.
) 23H
DO YOU need any help? If so, you will
get good results from a DAILY HELP
WANTED ad. Try it and see. )7P
ROOM ANDBOARD
FOR ADVANCED STUDENTS-Close in.
Cool, well furnished rooms, showers,
linens furnished, laundry privileges,
two meals per day, home cooking.
Makemreservations now for summer
school and fall. 1319 Hill. )5X
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Raymond's
148 Takes
Golf Crown
Bill Raymond shot a 148 in his
two rounds to walk off with first
place honors in the All-Campus
Golf tournament and set a new
Intra-Mural record with a 70 for
one of his eighteen-hole stints.
Following behind Raymond's
low score were: Dave Space, 157;
Hugh Tuttle, 158; Tom Whitting-
ham, 159; Hugh Beath, 159.
THE TOURNAMENT began last
Saturday with groups of five men
teeing off every seven minutes be-
ginning at 9 in the morning and
ending at 4 in the afternoon.
Twenty-two men qualified to play
for the individual title by scoring
an 84 or lower.
Hinsdale House's 355 gave
them the top position in the
Residence Hall race while Al-
pha Delta Phi carded a 334
to lead the fraternities.
Dick Aster shot an 83, Tom'
Persohn a 90, Chuck Carol a 96
and John Cobb an eighty-six to
account for Hinsdale's low total
while Hugh Beath's 82, Harold
Carlson's 83, Bill Crispin's 84, and
Harold Bump's 85 gave the Alpha
Delts their winning margin.
Rounding out the top five in
the dormitory race were Strauss
House, 361; Anderson House
384; Lloyd House 394; Winchell
House 397.
Placing right behind Alpha Del-
ta Phi were: Alpha Tau Omega
and Phi Delta Theta tied for
second with 342; Sigma Chi 343;
Sigma Phi Epsilon 344.
ii i - III

Garners Five Championships
While Breaking Totals Record

By JERRY BALBUS
While taking team champion-
ships in five sports, Hayden House
garnered 1542 points to win the
I-M Residence Hall trophy and
set a new record for the most
points in one year.
Their totals eclipsed the old
mark 'set by Greene House in 1946-
47 by 100 point.s
Runner-up, with 1417 points
was Williams House.
* * *
THE HAYDENITES took top
honors in handball, paddleball,
'A' bowling, relays jnd indoor
Dodgers, Bigr
Reds Finalists
In I-MSoftball
The Dodgers and Big Reds
slammed their way into the finals
of the Independent Softball Cham-
pionships this week by registering
convincing triumphs over the
Wesleyans and Forestry Club res-
pectively.
The Dodgers rode into the final
round on the wings of their 12-0
pasting of the Wesleyans. Win-
ning twirler Bob Goczek was
touched for only two hits as his
club won going away. Don Keves
paced the Dodgers at bat notch-
ing a first inning homer with
two men aboard.
* *a *
THE BIG REDS rallied for six
big runs in the fourth frame to
defeat the Forestry Club, 7-3.
Frank Kiser, the winner's First
Baseman slammed two triples to
pace the winning attack.
In second-place playoff tilts
Newman Club nipped the Mug-
wumps, 4-3, in extra innings
and the Snafus won a 7-0 for-
feit victory from Nakamura
Coop.
In other contests the Mitest
slaughtered the Lutherns, 15-0,
with moundsman Carl Mahlig
yielding but two hits; the Misfits
took the measure of the Hawaiians,
14-9; and the Rookies registered
an 11-3 victory over Robert Owen.
The Independent Tennis Tour-
namentwill conclude this week
when the Hawaiians meet San.
Sargent in the match which will
determine who is to wear the tour-
ney crown.
-- Today ---
mmam As Big in .mmm ,
ADVENTURE and ACTION
as the Fabulous Lone Star State!

track and seconds in four other
sports. Only once, did the dorm
finish in the lower half of the
race for a sport crown.
John Biery, athletic chairman
.for the house, attributes their
-success to the "mass participa-
tion" and enthusiasm shown by
the residents. Almost fifty per-
cent of the house members turn-
ed out for at least one activity.
Top athletes in the dormitory
were Dave Langer and Ralph Kei-
fer with participation in nine
sports; Mike Drickman and John
Biery in eight; and Dick (Rocky)
Smith and Dud Davies in seven.
* *
FRANK TILLERHY, who played
on the.house tennis team also won
the AliCampus singles champion-
ship.:when he defeated Charles
House by default.
Tw" Hayden. men also placed
on All-TM residence hall teams.
MaIRobertson was named to one
of the guard slots on the foot-
bat team, and John Biery placed
as a substitute pitcher in soft-
ball.
One of the important factors
in fayden's taking the crown was
their ability to beat second-place
Wiliams. The two dorms met nine
times in various activities and the
East Quadders walked off vic.-
torious in six of them.
* * *
WILLIAMS HOUSE won cham-
pionships in football and wrestling
and five of their members were
singled out for recognition on
All-iM teams.
Bob Fancett and Al Leavitt were
selected as backs on the football
team while John Pielemeier, Carl
Guse and Cliff Fay placed on the
softball team as pitcher, catcher
and shortstop, respectively.
Tyler House, by virtue of their
fine showing in the last few weeks
of competition has moved up into
the third place slot,
They took a first in softball and
foul throuwing and a second in
horseshoes. Also, they are at pre-
sent leading Prescott House in
tine tennis finals, 1-0.
The following are the final
standings of the top ten teams in
the I-M Residence Hall league:

Nines Reach
Sei-Finals
Sigma Nu Trounces
Beta ThetaPi, 20-3
Sigma Phi Epsilon will oppose
Theta Xi and Phi Delta Theta
will clash with Sigma Nu in the
semi-final contests of the frater-
nity softball program to be play-
ed Monday, May 29.
To advance to their semi-final
berth, Sigma Nu thundered past
Beta Theta Pi 20-3. Starring for
the victors was Bill Martin, who
besides twirling the distance clout-
ed three hits including a round- A
tripper.
* * *
OPPOSING Sigma Nu will be
Phi Delta Theta, who stopped Zeta
Psi to reach the semi-finals.
Jim Kerns was the winning
hurler in the 10-7 contest. Out-
standing in the winner's victory
was Charlie Lentz, who blasted
a pair of homers.
Sigma Phi Epsilon edged Delta
Tau Delta 7-4 to gain their ad-
mission to the charmed four. Bob
Schmitt, an outstanding hitter as
well as a fine hurler, took charge
for Sigma Phi Epsilon hurling the
route in addition to slamming a
triple.
IN ANOTHER CONTEST to de-
cide a. semi-finalist, Theta Xi was
declared a winner by forfeit over
Sigma Chi. It seems that Sigma
Chi used an ineligible man in cap-
turing their battle against Theta
Xi.
Theta Xi, division two champs,
1,boasts a better than average
pitcher in Dale Bock.
Also taking the Intramural
fraternity spotlight is the tennis
card, which is heading into its n
semi-final contest while Sigma
Phi- will square off against Phi Del-
ta Theta and Phi Sigma Kappa
will match rackets with Zeta Beta
Tau in quarter-final rounds.
* *4
PHI SIGMA DELTA has defeat-
ed Pi Lambda Phi, Sigma Alpha
Mu, and Theta Xi to advance to
their match with Chi Phi. Three
positions on the Phi Sigma Delta
squad are held down by Larry
Sperling, Norman Kroll, and Cal-
vin Dietz.
Constituting Chi Phi's team
are the following: Bob Bunn,
Jerry Gooding, Tom Stinglien,
and Ed Kuivinen.
Still another IM sport is head-
ing into its final play and that is
horseshoes.
Chi Psi is already in the smii-
finals while Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon and Phi Kappa Sigma and
Lambda Chi Alpha and Phi Del-
ta Theta are in other qualifying
rounds.

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Accepted on Supplies Only
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She's Got
Her Date

1. iHayden
2. Wiliams
3. Tyler
' ,vxflichigan
5. Winchell
6., Wenley
7. Lloyd
8.'.Adams
9. Prescott
10, Cooley

1542
1417
1229
1200
1173
1152
1116
1087

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(Final points for Tyler and Pres-
cott are not set as yet since both
teams will be playing in the Ten-
nis finals next week.)

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Phi Alpha Kappa Triumphs;
Phi Chi Reaches Tennis Finals

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LAST UNION DANCE
OF THE YEAR
Saturday Night, May 27

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GRANTLAND RICE
ORGANLOGUE
Sunday
"THE DAUGHTER OF
ROSIE O'GRADY"

Professional Fraternityrsoftball
closed its season last Friday as
Phi Alpha Kappa ground out a
12-10 victory over ASPA for a di-
visional first place.
,Phi Alpha Kappa was ahead all
the: way, aided by John Vander
Mohi three hits, wvo more by
Herm tEldersveld and catcher Pur-
cel Petroelie's homerun. Bob Hool-
sema performed the mound honors
for the Kappa nine.
PETER LOGOTHETIS paced
Alpha Kappa Psi to a 9-4 trounc-
ing of Alpha Omega, practically
winning his own game with six-

hit pitching and a grand-slam
four bagger.'
Rome Kubik gathered another
homer, and, with every other
player getting at least one hit,
the winners had .a fairly easy
time. This is the first victory
in four starts for the Kappa
Psi's.
Phi Chi romped to the "Profes-
sional Fraternity tennis finesZs
with a 3-0 sweep of Nu Sigma Nu.
Bob Burton and Paul Schroeder
tfok the doubles match neatly
6-2, 6-3, Ed Scott garnered the
first singles 6-2, 6-1 and Don Fess
completed the slaughter by smoth-
ering his opponent 6-1, 6-1 in the
second position.

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