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MICHIGAN DAILY
- Phone 23-24-1
HOURS: 1 to 5 P.M.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
RATES
LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
2 .54 1,21 1.76
3 .63 1.60 2.65
4 .81 2.02 3.53
Figure 5 average words to a line.
Classified deadline daily except
Saturday is 3 P.M. Saturdays,
11:30 A.M. for Sunday Issue.
BUSINESS
SERVICES
13YLVIA STUDIO OF DANCE-Ballroom,
Tap, Acrobatic, Ballet. Over Michigan
Theater. Ph. 8066. )9B
SHIRTS - Nine hour service (by re-
quest), three day service (regular ser-
vice). Ace Laundry, 1116 S. Univer-
sity. )7B
VIOLA STEIN-EXPERIENCED TYPIST
-Master's and Doctor's manuscripts
and legal work. Phone 2-9848 after
noon. )30B
TYPEWRITER AND FOUNTAIN PENS
Sales and Service
MORRILL'S-314 S. State St. )11B
DELICIOUS hardy picnic lunches for
.goups numbering from 25 to 1,000
persons. Let us take care of all the
details. We deliver. J. D. Miller Ca-
tering service. "2-8315 phone. )13B
HILDEGARDE SHOPPS
109 E. Washington
Expert Alterations
Custom Clothes
by Established Tradition )3B
WASHING, ironing done in my own
home. Also rough dry and wet wash-
ing. Free pick up and delivery. Ph.
2-9020. ) lB
- "HAVE YOUR typewriter repaired by the
Office Equipment Service Company,
215 E, Liberty. )
VACATION DAYS will soon be here.
Mother and Dads-enjoy yourselves.
Responsible sitters for the children.
Call Kiddie Kare 3-1121. )1OB
WANTED TO RENT
PROFESSIONAL WOMEN want small
furnished apartment near hospital.
Call 9285 after 6. )35N
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.
) 15_N
WANTED-TO-SUB-LET: Wife and hus-
band, both teachers, desire to sub-
let apartment for summer school
sesion. Write Mrs. June D. Kelly,
Box 181, Galien, Mich. )11N
WANTED--Attractive coed to serve at-
tractive meals, 19c malts, 5c coffee.
The Dinner Bell, 808 S. State near
Hill. ) 81

PERSONAL

K.K.G.'s (Sue & Nanc)-
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 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

FOR SALE
1949 ENGLISH FORD FORDOR - A-1
condition new last August, low mile-
age. Priced for quick sale. See any
evening at 615% W. Huron or Satur-
day and Sunday. Phone 2-8770. )148
WOMAN'S riding boots size 8%/2. 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 TOTRADE_
IF OUR TASTES AGREE, let's-swa_
classical record albums. 2-7981. )17T

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ROOMS
FOR RENT

LEARN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
209 S. State
Phone 8161

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SENIORS-Your last chance to take
advantage of the Student rates on
TIME and LIFE. Only $4.75 a yr.
Phone Student Periodical Agency,
2-82-42. __}2______

FOR SALE

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
SENIOR LEAVING - Girl's bike. Good
condition. Ph. 2-3225. Ann Shafer.
g_ )199
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.sLot
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
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
ARMY TYPE Foot Locker-$7.99, $9.99,
$10.99 al taxes included; Army type
duffle bags $2.99; Furlough bags $2.49
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 % 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
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 S>AN-Radioheater,
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

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
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. ) i83R
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.-Specal
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
r JTRANSPORTATION
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. Mechanic will war-
FLY"ING TO CALIFORNIA June 8.
Have 2 seats, $75 each. McElroy Fly-
ingService, 9335. )27T
rant condition. New motor, all ac-'
cessories. Call 2-4591, 344 Prescott.
__________)34T
PLANE RESERVATIONS on unschedul-
ed airlines available for all June
flights. Phone 8771. )31T

TRANSPORTATION
COSTS LESS BY AIR to get trunks
there. Ship your trunk via Capital
Airlines, Air Freight. For pidk-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
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Im panicky, brown zipper note-
book, essential for finals. Front of Ul-
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--Blackand pink rim glasses. Ap-
ril 25th, campus. Ph. 3-1561-4506
Palmer Hse. _)85L
LOST - Brown zipper notebook and
Psychology text in E. Engineering
Bldg. C Womer. 1773 S. State, 3-8371.
110L
LOST - Checkbook and dark red wal-
let containing identification. Finder
_please phone_7443. __ _ ) 109L
LOST-Racine wristwatch with metal
band. Call 250611. )64L
FOR REND _
APARTMENT - Two rooms, . private
shower, bath. Two blocks from cam-
pus. Two male vacancies. Call 3-1095.
43F
ROOMS for graduate women students
attending2summer session. Good lo-
cation. 820 Hill. Phone 2-5232. )85R
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
APARTMENT available for summer -
Twonrooms, 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.Divisionnear
Jefferson. )29F
EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITIES
MEDICAL PERSONNEL
for medical and dental field.
408 Park Ave. Bldg. WO 3-5789
DETROIT, MICHIGAN ) lE
HELP WANTED -
SALES LADIES-Experienced in dresses,
coats and suits, full time. Dixie
Shops, Phone 9636,__) 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 AND BOARD
FOR ADVANCED STUDENTS-Close in.
Cool, well furnished rooms, showers,'
linens furnished,dlaundry privileges,
two meals per day, home cooking.j
Make reservations now for summer
school and_ fall. 1319_Hill. )5X1
ROOM EXCHANGE
for SERVICES
EXCEPTIONALLY NICE ROOM and
bath for couple or 2 male students.
Call 7380. 0

Stranahan Gets
Second British.
Golf Victory
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - UP)
- Frank Stranahan's "mechani-
cal man" stroking pounded fast-
tiring Dick Chapman into sub-
mission to win the All-American
Final of the British Amateur Golf
Championship yesterday 8 to 6.
Stranahan led at lunch time by
three holes and opened up in
the afternoon to win five out of
12 and end the match on the 30th
green - most lopsided margin in
16 years.
* * *
THIS WAS the second British
Amateur title for the young To-
ledo millionaire, who won in a
downpour at Sandwich, England,
in 1948.
Chapman, making his fifth
futile bid for the British cup,
became the first man to be
runnerup twice without win-
ning the title.
From the time he pulled his
drive into a bunker and pitched
out short on the second hole in
the morning, Chapman was on
the defensive.

Special to The Daily
ENROUTE TO' EVANSTON -
Michigan's tennis team looked
ahead to the Big Ten meet tomor-
row after nosing out a stubborn
Michigan State squad, 5-4, yester-
day.
Forgetting that MSC boasts a
formidable net aggregation, the
Wolverines expected to coast to
their 25th consecutive net win but
had unusual trouble with the
Spartans in the final tuneup.
DICK LINCOLN and Steve
Bromberg were the standouts for
the Maize and Blue as they swept
their singles matches and won
their doubles match to provide
the narrow victory margin for an
ambitious Wolverine squad, which
looks ahead to upsetting favored
Northwestern in the Conference
meet.
Michigan is given a good
chance of dethroning the Wild-
cats who will be seeking their
fourth consecutive Big Ten title,
a feat never before equalled.
Northwestern pins its title hopes
on Granternldennumberhone

Take 5-4 Decision In Tune-up
For BigTen Championships

DON MACKAY

. . .Michigan tennis team's
co-captain and number one
singles player, who will meet
Grant Golden, of Northwestern
in the trials of the conference
championship meet starting at
Evanston, tomorrow.

MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
TigersTrip Browns, 8-6;s L

singles player who is heavily fa-
vored to win the Conference title,
and three other lettermen.
A SENIOR, the nationally
ranked Wildcat has won six
straight matches this year and
holds a straight set victory over
Don Mackay, Michigan captain,
and. Golden's strongest rival for
the crown.
Michigan's undefeated net
aggregation is pleased with
over-all team balance. Al Het-
zeck, playing number two, is
among the coolest and most
capable tennis artists in the
Western Conference.
Playing in "the number three
and four posts for the Maize and
Blue warriors of Coach Bill Mur-
phy, are Dick Lincoln and Steve
Bromberg, undefeated in confer-
ence dual competition this year.
LINCOLN, a senior, is left-
handed and possesses an amazing
variety of shots.
Bromberg, also undefeated, is
a sophomore from Detroit and
is regarded as one of Michigan's
brightest tennis prospects since
Andy Paton.
Illinois is regarded as having an
outside chance for the title. The
Illini is led by a quartet of com-
petent lettermen including Cap-
tain Bud Little and Sonny Brad-
ley, former state singles champ.
* * * .
MICHIGAN will be seeking re-
venge for last year's title match
when the Wildcats nosed them out
for the crown on the final day
as Ted Peterson beat Michigan
captain Andy Paton for the sin-
gles title and what later proved
to decide the team title.
This season, another Michi-
gan captain Don Mackay should
meet another ace Wildcat,
Grant Golden in the battle for
the singles crown but the Wol-
verines hope that this will not
decide the team title.
Michigan hopes to win the
team title by means of victories of
Hetzeck, Lincoln and Bromberg in
the two, three and four slots as
well as Len Brumm in the five
slot.
Dorian Russler will play six
singles for the Maize and Blue, re-
placing Ross Herron.
DO YOU KNOW . . . that
Gunder Haegg's world record in
the two-mile, an 8:42.8 mark
clocked in Sweden in 1944, is
almost sixteen seconds better
than the American Collegiate
record set indoors by Don Lash
in 193V?

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By The Associated Press
ST. LOUIS - Hoot Evers set
the pace wtih five runs batted as
the Detroit Tigers defeated the
St. Louis Browns 8 to 6 yesterday.
The Tigers drew blood early
as Evers singled home Gerald
Priddy in the first inning, but
the Browns tied the count in
the second on two singles and
a walk.
St. Louis then tagged Ted Gray
for a run in the third and fifth
frames before- a fresh Evers bar-
rage began.
George Kell opened the sixth
with a single. He took third on
Vic Wertz' double and both men
crossed the plate on another
single by Evers. In the seventh
singles by Kell and Wertz and a
long fly by Evers added another
run.
Kell opened the ninth with a
scratch hit off relief pitcher
Clarence Marshall. He took sec-
ond on a wide throw by Marshall.
After Wertz struck out, Evers
doubled Kell home. Bob Swift
singled to score Evers and when
Dick Kokos muffed Dick Kry-
hoski's blow to right Swift scored.
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PHILADELPHIA - Lefty Lou
Brissie snapped the New York
Yankees' nine game winning
streak yesterday as he pitched the
lowly Philadelphia Athletics to a
6-1 victory over the World Cham-
pions.
Brissie gave up only three hits
as he turned in his first triumph
to halt his six game losing spell.
The first safety granted by
Brissie resulted in the only '
Yank run. Brissie walked Billy
Johnson with one out in the
second and the Yank third
baseman scored one out later
when Joe Collins tripled to cen-
ter.
Meanwhile the A's cracked Allie
Reynolds and Bob Porterfield for
11 hits, Eddie Joost leading the
attack with a pair of home runs.
* ~* *
CHICAGO - The heretofore
light-hitting Chicago White Sox
pounded Mike Garcia and Jesse
Flores for 12 assorted hits yes-
terday to launch the major league
managerial career of 62-year old
John "Red" Corriden with a 6-1
victory over the Cleveland In-
dians..
Corriden, a White Sox coach,
became the team's eighteenth
manager Friday night when he
replaced Jack Onslow. Onslow
was dismissed after the Chica-
goans dropped 22 of their first
30 games.
State Track Title
To Flint Northern
EAST LANSING - (P) - Flint
Northern rose up here to end the
five year prep track reign of Sagi-
naw as Milt Mead, Bay City Cen-
tral's stellar jumper topped a host
of individual stars in the 43rd an-
nual State Prep Track Champion-
ships.
Even though Mead turned in a
record smashing six foot four leap
in the high jump, The Northern
Vikings produced a balanced ef-
fort that netted 27 points and a
slim margin over a good field of
challengers.

CINCINNATI - The mighty
Musial - Stan is the first name
- gave Cincinnati pitchers an-
other clubbing yesterday and his
two home runs, good for four
runs, sparked the St. Louis Cardi-
nals to a 9 to 1 victory over the
Reds,
* * *
NEW YORK - The Philadel-
phia Phillies handed the flounder-
ing New York Giants their sixth
straight defeat today, 8-5. The
Phils wrapped up the decision
with a six run blast in the third
ininng that Andy Seminick fea-
tured with a Grand Slam Homer.
Eddie Stanky hit two homers for
the Giants off starter and win-
ner Curt Simmons.
* * * -
1ITTSBURGH - Three home
runs - two by Hank Sauer -
enabled the Chicago Cubs to van-
quish the faltering Pirates 7-5. be-
fore a crowd of 10,220 at Forbes
Field today.
Sauer hit for the circuit with
one man aboard in the first and
again with two on in the fifth to
account for five of the Cubs tal-
lies. Roy Smalley, whose grand-
slam blow won last night's game,
got the third Chicago homer. No
one was on base.

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Major League Standings

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AMERICAN LEAGUE

New York
Detroit
Boston
Cleveland
Washington
Philadelphia
Chicago
St. Louis

W
23
19
24
18
17
12
9
8

L
9
11
15
15
16
22
22
20

Pct. GB
.719 .
.633 3
.615 2%/
.545 5%/
.515 6Y"
.396 12
.290 13 /
.286.13

NATIONAL
W
Brooklyn 21
Ph'ladelphi4 a21
St. Louis 18
Boston 16
Chicago 15
Pittsburgh 16
New York 10
Cincinnati 9

LEAGUE
L Pct.
12 .636
12 .636
14 .563
14 .500
15 .500
19 .471
18 .357
22 .290

GB
22
31/2
41
6
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YESTERDAY'S SCORES
Detroit 8 St. Louis 6
Philadelphia 6 New York 1
Chicago 6 Cleveland 1
Boston 4-6 Washington 3-2
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at St. Louis (2)
New York at Philadelphia (2)
Cleveland at Chicago (2)
Boston at Washington

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YESTERDAY'S SCORES
Philadelphia8 New York 5
Chicago 7 Pittsburgh 5
St. Louis 9 Cincinnati 1
Boston 7 Brooklyn 1
TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at Boston
Philadelphia at New York (2)
Chicago at Pittsburgh (2)
St. Louis at Cincinnati (2)
DO YOU KNOW . . . that
Red Hamilton of Philadelphia
led the National League in base-
stealing in 1891 with 115?
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