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THE MICHIGAN IAI LY

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1949

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Indians
Independents
Set Bowling
Opening Day
Two more Independent sports
are scheduled to get under way
December 5, when competition in
bowling and handball begins. Bas-.
ketball is tentatively scheduled to
start immediately after the Christ-
mas holidays.
Meanwhile, Independent volley-
ball is reaching the final stages
now, with most quarterfinal and
semifinal games already played.
Final matches will be played De-
cember 5 in all four league divi-
sions.
* * *
THUS FAR, Mens Christian Fel-
lowship leads all independent
groups in total points, with the
Newman Club a close second.
Cross-country was won by
MCF, whose men placed first,
third, fourth, sixth, and eighth
to dominate the field. Newman
Club was second.
As for volleyball, the cham-
pionship of League I, worth 100
points to the winner, will be fought
for by Robert Owen Co-Op (team
No. 1) and the Foresters, both of
whom swept to victory in semifinal
matches. Owen defeated the Ha-
waiians, 2 games to 1, and the
Foresters topped MCF, 2-0.
THE BIG REDS and Lutherans
both won their games to advance
to the finals in League II, with 80
points going to the winner. The
former romped over Robert Owen
(team No. 2), 3-0, while the latter
edged the Mealmarters, 2-1.
League III's two semi-final
games have not been played yet,
and the finalists will be deter-
mined after the Mites play New-
man Club and Nakamura Co-Op
meets ASPA Grads. The cham-
pionship is worth 65 points.
League IV has been inactive for
some time, but three teams remain
in the running for the 50-point
first-place award. Michigan Co-
Op, who beat the Baptists, 2-1,
hold one berth in the finals, while
the Wolves and, Congregational
Disciples are scheduled to meet for
the other position in the finals.
DO YOU KNOW ... that Ameri-
can League batting champions
have played in an average of 140
games each season for the period
' 496J-o494&
Before taking
"her" home
stop at the
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Release

Two Coaches

CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING

VcKechnie, O'Neill Dropped
As New Regime Cuts Costs

CLEVELAND--()-The Cleve-
and Indians cut a big slice off
their expensive coaching staff to-
cay by releasing two former big
eague baseball managers - Bill
McKechnie and Steve O'Neill.
The move was regarded as
another indication that the Tribe's
new president, Ellis W. Ryan, in-
tends to run the club more con-
servatively than unpredictable
Bill Veeck, his predecessor.
* * *
LAST SEASON the five-man
coaching staff was regarded as
probably the most expensive in
baseball history. McKechnie, the
former Cincinnati Reds coach,
was believed to have received
more than $40,000.
O'Neill earned considerably
less but still was considered to
have been comparatively high
paid. He came to the Indians
last season after coaching the
Detroit Tigers six years.
Ryan said efforts would be made
to place both men in the Tribe
organization. McKechnie owns a

prosperous citrus business in
Florida, however, and it was be-
lieved he might retire from the
game.
* * *
THE CLUB'S other threeI
coaches - Muddy Ruel, Mel

Dorms Begin
Full Agenda
In Paddleball
Residence Hall activities at the
I-M building were featured this
week by a full schedule of paddle-
ball games.
Hinsdale House overwhelmed
Wenley 3-0, with Bill Gaunt and
Pete Wright winning the singles,
and Dee Sclether and Gay Ot-
teren taking the doubles matches.'
* * *
IN A FORFEIT contest Hayden
beat Fletcher 3-0.
Lloyd House managed to eke
out a 2-1 victory over Chicago
House, in a match featured by
a split in the singles matches,
and a forfeit for Lloyd in the
doubles.
In other dorm paddleball ac-
tion, Williams' 2-1 victory over
Adams was featured by the doubles
victory of Richard Goodwille and
Norm Libman.
IN ANOTHER contest, Cooley
House beat Greene House, 2-1.
Hy Berman beat John Jacuik and
Tom Goulish beat Ronald Meyer
in the singles.
In more one-sided battles
Michigan House defeated An-
derson House and Tyler bested
Allen Rumsey by 3-0 scores.
Winchell was victorious over
Tyler, 3-0, in a game -which saw
Ken Nielson and Nat Driggers
take the singles matches, and the
combination of John Line and
Bob Egeer triumph in the doubles.

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FOR SALE
TUXEDO-Size 42, complete with ac-
cessories.iTails with vest and tie,
size 39. $25 for tuxedo, $30 for tails.
Phone 2-1878. _____)98
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CHEN YU-It's longer lasting because
it is genuine lacquer. Matching lip-
sticks in fashion colors. Calkins-
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COUSINS
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very fine nylon mesh hose. Run re-
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colors. ) 2
NEW WEBSTER-CHICAGO 3-speed port-
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$60.00 BLUE SERGE SUIT, size 39, for
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2-4401, 408 Wenley House.

FORSALE_
Unpainted Furniture
Complete stock of 4 drawer and 5
drawer chests, night stands and
tables, chairs, coffee tables, desks,
breakfast tables, bookcases and utility
racks. All made from smooth, bright
lumber. Save money-paint it your-
self.
GILL LUMBER CO.
524 So. Main St. Phone 2-4555
Where the Greater Number
Get Their Lumber )88
FOR SALE-Set of formal tails. Size
36. or $35. Call 2-1284. )86
FORMAL WEAR-Tuxedo and Tails
(separate). Perfect condition (Tails
never worn even). Both beautiful
bargains. Size 39 or 40. Call Joe Lack-
ey (3-4145). _ )96
RUBBER FOOTWEAR SPECIALS - Toe
rubbers, $1.49; 4 buckle dress galosh-
es, $3.75; low zipper galoshes, $3.49;
high zipper galoshes, $4.25. Open un-
til 6 p.m. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington. ) 6
ENTIRE TUX AND TAILS OUTFIT -
Size 34. Phone 2-5253. 927 E. Ann.
BARGAIN - Matched wedding rings.
Engagement ring 20 pt. diamond with
side diamonds. Wedding ring 5 dia-
monds. Perfect condition. $150.
Phone 25-8762 after 6:00 pm.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST - One Parker "51", gold cap
(slight dent), blue base. Lost be-
tween Pharmacy school and~ W. Eng.
school on Monday p.m. Reward.
Phone 9176. )96L
MALE, 1 YR. OLD ENGLISH SETTER,
in WRV. $5.00 reward for information
leading to recovery. 1565 Tully Ct.
) 92L
LOST-Diamond setting for man's ring.
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WANTED TO BUY
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FRENCH LANGUAGE RECORD Course
in good condition. Phone Ypsi 4052J.
_________ ) 33W
TUX-Size 38-39. 308 Strauss House.
Phone 2-4591. T. Reynolds. )34W
WANTED TO RENT
DESIRE APARTMENT for married
couple. Occupancy July 1950 to June
1951. Call Bob Bentley, 2-4591, 301
Strauss after 7:00 p.m.- )9N
WANTED-Garage in vicinity of Jeffer-
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SHIRTS - Nine hour service (by re-
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service). Ace Laundry, 116 S. Uni-
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GREETING CARDS inscribed in colors.
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WANTED-Couple wanted for house-
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TRANSPORTATION
THREE STUDENTS - Desire ride for
Xmas vacation to miami, Florida.
Will share expenses or pay flat rate.
Call Bob Barada, 3-4707.
WANTED-2 of 3 riders to go to Los
Angeles, one way, Christmas vacation.
References. Ph. 7601 evenings and
weekends. )20T
RIDERS WANTED-For one way to
Miami, Florida. Will leave Dec. 18.
Call Keller, 9183. )21T
WANTED-Ride to Richmond, va. or
vicinity. Xmas. For student couple.
Share expenses. Call 7781. )18T
WANTED - Ride to Quebec, Canada or
vicinity, Christmas. Call 22218. )16T
PERSONAL
RUDOLPH -- Call the Adelia Cheever
House for the shoes. Ruby.
IF YOU ORDER a subscription to FOR-
TUNE as a gift to Dad this Christmas
at the reduced rate of $10, you can
get an eight-month subscription to
TIME or LIFE for yourself at only
$1.50 extra. Available to students only
through Student Periodical Agency,
Phone 2-82-42. )3

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

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GIRLS-Want to keep warm like a
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BRING YOUR WEEKEND GUESTS to
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'M' Gymnasts
Meet Alumni
In Exhibition
Coach Newt Loken will get a
look at his 1950 gymnastics team
in actual competition tonight when
the Varsity gymnasts face the
alumni at the Sports Building in
the first annual alumni-varsity
meet.
Seats for 200 fans have been
provided for the match which be-
gins at 7:45. This will be the first
opportunity for local enthusiasts
to see how Coach Newt Loken's
squad is shaping up before the
season officially opens on Jan-
uary 14 at the University of Chi-
cago.
* * *
THE MEET will also give Coach
Loken a pretty good idea of what
chances his crew will have for
bringing Michigan its first team
and individual all-around cham-
pionships in the Western Confer-
ence.
Heading the alumni outfit will
be last year's team captain, Dick
Fashbaugh, who excels at all
phases of gymnastics.
The alumni will also have Bob
Willoughby, Michigan's highybar
specialist for the past two years,
trampoliner Dave Lake, varsity
yell captain for the past three
years, and Russ Peterson," a sur-
prise dark horse" according to
Loken, who will pair with Lake on
the trampoline.
IN ORDER to balance the alum-
ni squad, Coach Loken is allow-
ing his freshmen to compete with
the grads.
Besides standbys Pete Barthell
and Ed Buchanan, Coach Loken
will show a team composed of
three sophomores, five juniors
and three seniors.
The sophomores include Con-
nie Ettl, an all-around man, Ray
Taylor on parallel bars and flying
rings, and Bob Wyllie on the high
bar.
JUNIOR GYMNASTS are Bob
Checkley and Jeff Knight, side
horse experts, Wally Nieman, par-
allel bars specialist, Fred Thomp-
son, tumbler, and Dave Clark on
the rings.
Rounding out the varsity are
seniors Tom Tillman, newly-elect-
ed head cheerleader and past gym-
nastics captain, Gordon Levenson,
and Sam Dudley, both trampolin-
ers.

Steve O'Neill
.. .Released
** *
Harder and George Susce-will be
retained, Ryan said, and another
probably will be hired to replace
the two released.
McKechnie took over his
coaching job with the Tribe in
1947 after an illustrious career
as a big league manager. His
last managerial post was at
Cincinnati, where he piloted the
Reds from 1938 to 1946.

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Closed Sundays

INTRAMURAL BRIEFS:
Wrestling Weigh-In Monday;
Basketball Registration Asked

Intramural wrestling begins
Monday afternoon with the weigh
in from three to six at the Intra-
mural building.
Fraternity men are scheduled
to compete Tuesday, and the
independents on Wednesday and
Thursday. There will be four
matches going on at the same
time in the main hall.
In previous years the contenders
have received instructions and
practice sessions only when they
asked for it. Many men were far
outclassed, and injury could easily
occur. This year Earl Riskey a3d
his staff have adopted a new sys-
tem to protect the health of the
competitiors.
Every man that signed I p for
intra-mural wrestling has been
coached in the fundamentals
and has had workouts. The
coaches have carefully watched
the progress of the men to find
out who is fit to take part in
the meets.
Refereeing the matches this
year will be members of the var-
sity wrestling squad and several
coaches.
* * *
All teams interested in playing
I-M basketball this winter should
sign up as soon as possible with
the I-M staff, according to an an-
nouncement by Earl Riskey, di-'
rector of intermural athletics.
This is necessary, he main-
tained, to facilitate the sched-
uling and division into leagues
of the numerous teams in fra-
ternity divisions.
As play begin the day of class
resumation after vacation, on
University of Michigan
THEATER GUILD
presents
ROMEO and
JULIET
Dec. 3, 4 8 P.M.
PATTENGILL AUDITORIUM
Tickets 1.20, 90c, 60c
On Sale in Administration B4dg.
lobby and in Pattengill Auditorium
on the nights of performances.

January 3, Riskey said it is man-
datory to have all contestants reg-
ister immediately so a schedule
can be arranged and no conflicts
will arise.
This year, with more.teams than
ever before expected to participate
in basketball play, it is going to
be more difficult to arrange a
schedule with no conflicts as to
court space and time. Thus the
teams entering first will get top
priority.
* * *
A new plan of the I-M staff will
be put into effect Saturday night
-that of having a Co-recreation
Night for faculty members, their
wives, and friends.
There will be an organiza-
tional meeting for the formulat-
ing of future plans for such fac-
ulty co-recreation nights, and
there will be participation In
such sports as volleyball, hand-
ball, paddleball, basketball, and
swimming.
As usual, the Co-Recreation
Night for university students will
be held tonight at the I-M Build-
ing with the usual agenda of
events.
" Delta Tau Delta walloped Phi
Sigma Delta 41-16 in a fraternity
swimming meet this week to gain
access to the quarterfinals.
At the same time the Sig Eps
beat the Sigma Nu men featured
by sterling performances by
Mary Maier and Bob Holheiser.
The Theta Chis trimmed the
Phi Sigma Kappas 38-19 to move
one step away from the quarter
finals in fraternity swimming
competition.

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