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rFRIDAY, OCTBER 21,

Wenley, MCF Win Track Titles

Willia ms Is
Grid Race
Title Threat
Williams House, unbeaten in re-
sidence hall touch football play
since mid-1947, served notice that
it is the team to beat again this
year. Led by Bob Fancett, All-
dorm star, who scored four touch-
downs, the defending champs
mauled an underdog Fletcher
team 34-0.
Vaughn House also looked im-'
pressive in Monday's play, as it
downed a weak Strauss House
group by a 30-0 score. Bill Brehm
lead the scoring parade with two
touchdowns to his credit.
RODGER WILKINS led Hayden
House to an All East Quad victory
over Tyler house as he scored two
touchdowns, one in each half, in
the 13-0 decision. The other one-
sided game found Allen Rumsey
topping Prescott House 13-0.
The top game of the day
found Winchell eking out a 13-
12 decision over a fightiug Hins-
dale team. Another close game.
was the Lloyd-Wenly House
battle. The two West Quad
squads fought evenly through-
out the game, and ended in a
scoreless tie. In overtime play,
Wenley made a plus twenty-
three yards, to Lloyd's minus
eight, and thus emerged victors.
DOORS OPEN 1:15 P.M.

SAME OLD STORY:
SAM, Phi Delts, Bet
Repeat as Titleholde

Ioth Teams
las Win Meets
PS ith Ease

Sigma Alpha Mu notched a 1-0
overtime victory over Alpha Tau
Omega to take the league seven
crown for the second consecutive
year, in fraternity touch football
competition. Other repeat winners
were Beta Theta Pi and Phi Delta
Theta.
The Betas' turned in a lopsided
48-0 win over Sigma Pi to walk

away with the league four title.
The Phi Delts had a tougher time
defeating Psi Upsilon but managed
to come out on the long end of a
19-13 score.
* * *
ALPHA DELTA PHI, grabbed
the league one crown by wallop-
ing Triangle, 27-0 as neighbor'
Sigma Chi won its league by shad-
ing the Sig Eps, 6-0.
A dark horse Theta Chi team
scored a 20-6 victory over Chi
1>6i4- 4- - 16E _# ...s 4..4.

Wenley House with 20 points,
and Michigan Christian Fellow-
ship with 40%p points ran away
with their respective division,
Residence hall, and Independent,
in IM track competition yesterday.
In taking their overwhelming
victory, the Wenley cinder artisti
took two first places, one in the
pole vault, the other in the shot
put. Jack Bryant led the weight
men.

Pro Fraternity
T ouch .Football
Play Continues
Shutouts were the rule rather
than the exception in yesterday's
professional fraternity grid tilts.
In each encounter the loser failed
to score and lost by at least two
touchdowns.
Phi Delta Phi defeated Phi Ep-
silon Kappa, 12-0, in the closest
game of the day. The future Bar-
risters of the Law Club turned in
Beginning Monday night,
October 24, the IM building
will be open until 10 o'clock.
This will permit all volley-
ball teams to have time to
practice before the opening
of league play the next week.
-Earl Riskey
an impressive win over Alpha
Kappa Psi, 20-0, while Phi Chi
turned back Tau Epsilon Rho, by
a one-sided 20-0 count.
In the most lopsided clash of
the day Phi Alpha Kappa admin-
istered a 41-0- thrashing to a
rather inept squad from Phi Rho,
Sigma.
DO YOU KNOW-that Michi-
gan has shared or won 111 West-
ern Conference titles, more than
any other Big Ten School.
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Pi to take the hot
league six title.
Phi Sigma Delta
.Beta Tau, 21-14 to
league two title.
emerged with the
championship by
Sigma Kappa, 7-0.
* *
DELTA SIGMA F
league ten crown a
Lambda Phi, 8-2.
Chi Psi reached
by beating Tan De
0, to take League
In other games
week, Phi Kappa Ps
victory over TKE,
walloped Kappa N
Gamma Delta beat
Alpha, 19-12, Alpha F
feited to Zeta Psi, S
loped Delta Tau Delt
Xi took Phi Kappa'
Delta Upsilon topped
SAE tripped Thet
and Phi Kappa Si
Delta Chi, 13-0. Alr
out on the long end c
with Kappa Sig.
Playoffs start ne)
ten first place tean
the all-fraternity cr
year by Phi Delta T
games, the Phi D
Sammies, Chi Psi
Theta Pi, Alpha Delt
Sig, the winner play:
who drew a bye. Sig
Theta Chi with the v
Delta Sigma Phi, wh
bye.

tly contested JACK ROSE, stellar Michigan
House thinclad, proved to be the
topped Zeta star of the day as he emerged the
capture the only double winner. His triumphs
Sigma Phi were in the broad jump and the
league five grueling 440 yard dash. He almost
beating Phi singlehandedly led the Michigan
House team to their second place
spot with thirteen and one-thir-
PHI took the teenth points.
s it beat Pi Hayden House placed a close
third, being right behind
the playoffs Michigan with eleven and one-
elta Phi, 28- thirteenth points. Three houses,
three. Hinsdale, Chicago and Williams
played this ended up in a tie for fourth. In
i won a close all, sixteen of the eighteen
20-13. Trigon houses scored at least one point
u, 31-0. Phi in the meet.
Lambda Chi Other first place awards went
Epsilon Pi for- to Lloyd in the mile, Fletcher
igma Nu wal- Hall in the 100 yard dash, Hayden
a, 26-7, Theta House in the high jump, Chicago
Tau, 19-6 and in the low hurdles, Hinsdale in
[Acacia, 12-0. the 880 yard dash, and a tie be-
ta Delt, 20-7, tween Allen Rumsey and Williams
igma shutout in the high hurdles.'
ha Sig came The Independent winners, MCF,
of a 13-0 score took four first places, the high
hurdles, mile run, 880 yard run,
xt week with and low hurdles, and a tie for
ns vieing for first in the pole vault in amass-
own won last ing their huge margin over run-
heta. In four nerup Newman club with 23
elts play the points.
opposes Beta Fred Grieger of Newman scored
t takes on Phi a double win in the 100 and 4401
ing Sigma Chi yard dashes. Dan Snyder of MCF
ma Phi meets had a doulbe win in the hurdles,
'ictor opposing as did Bob Berkman of Robert
io also drew a Owen in the broad and high
jumps to share the spotlight.

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ONE MAN'S and one lady's bicycle. $12
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MOTOR SCOOTER-only $50. See at
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1937 TERRAPLANE-Tudor, heater. In
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1939 NASH 2-dr., excellent condition.
Radio, heater, new tires and driving
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with carrying cases. Range F to F.
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FOR SALE OR TRADE-1936 Ford for-
dor, R&H. Univ. Ext. 2565. Mrs.
Opdyke. )15

FOR SALE
BEAUTIFUL new log cabin, modern,
located In (3lenbrook subdivision,
H~if Moon Lake, partly furnished.
Phone owner, 8320. )98
STOCK REDUCTION SALE
All wool blankets. $3.99; men's briefs,
39c; Navy "T" shirts, 3 for $1.35;
tanker jackets, $6.66; N.1 jackets,
$7.77; 60 per cent wool athletic hose.
39c; men's zipper galoshes, $3.33. Open
'til 6:30 p.m. Sam's Store, 122 Wash-
ington. )6
TUXEDO--Perfect condition. Size 38 to
40-,$20. H. J. Frogner, 919 Maiden
Lane,_Phone 2-4143 )95
MOTORCYCLISTS
LBRITfSTH POUND) DEVALUE D
SAVE $19.,.00
on N(-w British Motorcycles.
Others Selling for Storag Plus
Repair Bills.
Buy Now! Save Now!
INDIA MOTORCYCLE SALES
207 W. Liberty - Phone 2-1748
OpenEvenings Till 9:00
.45 PT.DIAMOND engagai nt rng.
Call 7603 )84
SPENCER microscope. 10 and 45 power
lenses, with case. Excellent condition.
2-1600. )24
ENGLISH lightweight bicycle. 3-speed,
hand brakes, good condition. Art
Meier, 2-3143. $35.- )22
TINY COLORFUL finches, 5.95 a pr.
canaries, Pirakeets. Cocketiels. Java
Ricebirdls, 562 S. 7th St. Ph. 5330.
)2B
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Gold watch and chain with keys
attached, on Oct. 18, near 206 W.
Engineering Bldg., at noon. Phone
Prof._Chinea, Univ. Ext. 2467. )43L
BLACK LEATHER key case with in-
itials IH-K. Return to Stockwell. Rm.
4543. __)41L
LOST-Dark rim glasses. Campus-vi-
cinity Tuesday. Call 2-4471. Rm. 5019.
40L_
FEMALE ENGLLSH SETTIER--5 months
old, predominantly white with black
ears and eye markings, black spots
on body and brown on legs. Reward
offered. Notify John Gwti, phone
3-1135_at any time. )3P-
LOST-Camera, Lelca, and case; serial
number 229831. Also, brown tweed
top coat, Birmingham or Louisville
lable. Substantial reward. Dr. A. B.
Loveman, Neyburn Building, Louis-
ville,_Ky. )32L
TRANSPO RTATIO-N
WANT PASSENGER to shae -ide to
Mass. or vicinity leaving Monday or
Tuesday. Call Flo or leave message
at 2-5587. )9T

PERSONAL
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Sell gift subscriptions to LIFE and
TIME. Big ,omniss'ions-easy sales.
Student Periodical Agency. Phone
2-82-42.)3
THlE CHRISTMAS RATES on TIME and
LIFE are coining out aoon. A special
schedule of rates is being drawn up
to niake it cheaper for the student to
give TIME or LIFE than for anyone
eise: Be 5ure to order your gifts at
least five weeks before Christmas. Stu-
deint Periodical Agency. )3B
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced legal typ-
ing 2-9848, Apt. 2. 344 S. Division.
}19P
CH^LD CARE during ganes by student
nothers. Ph. 2-8787 or 2-7476. 18P
SE a einnesoa. )7P
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ese njo: r. u.Dv9-2283
nleting in etroi n rida nis
cal iparick after 7 pi. Ph. 4665.
}16P
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Come in any time between 10 and
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your two tree lessons in writing. Then
decide whether you care to continue
at $1.00 per hour for further in-
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Ph. 2-8606. ) 8B
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TWO TICKETS to Minnesota game.
Call 3YP-816XJ. 12W
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ONE TlCKE'T to the Michigan-Minne-
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SPECIAL ON B0OKPLATES
As many or as few as you wish at 5c
each. Your books need an I.D. card
too. Let Early write them or you.
Hours 10 to 7 Moii. thrt. Sat. J. A.
Early, 402 Observatory, Ph. 2-8606.
)8B
SHIRTS-Nine Hour ServIce (by re-
quest). 3-day service (regular serv-
ice). Ace Laundry, 1116 S. University.
)21B
EFFICIENT, expert, prompt typewriter
repair service. Mosely's Typewriter
anid Supply Company, 214 E. W:ash-
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HAVE YOUR typwriter -rel~wired -by
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Box of 25-$ 4.50
New and Used Instruments
209 E. Washington
ROOMS FOR RENT

)3B

NEWLY FURNISHED - single, douoie,
some with cooking privileges. Tel.
5224. Near campus. )19R
SR1NGx YOUTR weekendl guests to the
Pierce Transient Home, except for the
Minnesota weekend. 1133 East Ann,
Phone 8144. }16R
FOR RENT
ARE YOU HAPPY where you're living?
See thIs.2 vacancies. Student's (men)
Club. Separate living-study room. 217
S. 5th Ave. after 3. )12F
A PIANO STUDIO. New Baldwin organ.
(practice). Rent by week or month.
217 S. 5th Ave. ) 13P
WHITMORE LAKE- 2:apartments fot
rent. One 2-room and prvate tilot
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3 room and private tile bath, furnish.-
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are new. Oil heat and hot water
Furniture good. Not a cottage, a
good home. Must see to appreciate.
42 E. Shore Drive, Whitmore Lake.
)113
ROOM AND BOARD
ROME COOKING-Meals for mien. 1319
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IERVANTV
A HILARIOUS FARCE
OCTOBER 26-29 . . . 8 P.M.
TICKETS: $1.20, 90c, 60c ('tax inc.)

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ROERT HUTTON - ALAN HALE
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ALSO
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SANDWICHES and SALADS
...from...
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Closed Sundays

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Liberty at Fourth Avenue
NOW OPEN
SANDWICHES
LIGHT LUNCHES - SODA BAR
and REGULAR DINNERS
OPEN 11 A.M. TO 2 A.M.
ACROSS FROM THE P-BELL

-STUDENT RATE WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, 48c-
Box Office Opens Oct. 24 - Mail Orders Now!
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Also --
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featuring
BREAKFAST, LUNCH
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prepred by
ANN ARBOR'S WELL KNOWN
CHEF FOR 30 YEARS
VIRGIL LANG
TWO STUDENT SPECIAL
DINNERS DAILY
We do not raise our prices
on football days.
Hours: 7:00 A.M. to 7:30 P.M.
Closed Sundays
M1IE.LK'S c #
120 E, Washington St.

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LEE J. COBB-star of
Arthur Miller's
"Death.of A Salesman"
ARTHUR KENNEDY-of
"All My Sons
"Depth of A Salesman"
KARL MALDIN-''Mitch",
"Streetcar Named Desire"

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Masonic Temple * 327 S. Fourth Ave.
WEEKDAY HOURS: 11 to 2, 5 to 7:30 P.M.
SUNDAY HOURS: 11:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M.

CONVENIENT DRIVE-THRU
114 E. Williams
Daily 10 A.M.-10 P.M. - Sunday

SERVICE
Phone 7191
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