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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BUSINESS SERVICES '
TYPING manuscript, theses, etc. Call
Lois Spaide, 2-0795 or 2-7460. )24P
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist. 308
S. State. Legal, Master, Doctors dis-
sertations, etc. 2-9848 or 2-4228. )12B
WASHING-Finished work and ironing.
Also rough dry and wet washing. Free
pick-up and delivery. Ph. 2-9020. )1B
TYPEWRITERS AND FOUNTAIN PENS
Sales, Rentals, and Service
Morrill's- 314 S. State St. )4B
RAISE^PARAKEETS for fun and profit.
Mated pairs $10.00. Mrs. Ruffins, 562
S. 7th. Phone 5330. )2B
AL CHASE and his ORCHESTRA
Ann Arbor's Finest Dance Music!
Phone 3YP-4427 )21B
GOOD RENTAL TYPEWRITERS now
available at Office Equipment Ser-
vice Company, 21"5 E. Liberty.
Guaranteed repair1service on all
makes of typewriters. )6B
SYLVIA STUDIO OF DANCE, 603 E.
Liberty, over Michigan Theater Lobby.
Call 8066 for information. )20B
H ELP WANTED
CLOTHING SALESMAN
Experienced for Retail Store
Full or Part-Time - Apply
Dixie Shops, 224 S. Main, Ph. 9686
135H
GIRLS NEEDED to baby sit during foot-
ball games. Call Kiddie Kare. 3-1121.
) 10B
WE'RE DESPERATE-Can't you help
us? We haven't nearly enough sales-
men (or women) to handle the Stu-
dent rates on LIFE & TIME. Phone
Don Anderson, 2-82-42. )2
STUDENTS! Do you have any sales ex-
perience. We can show you good earn-
ings for part time work; also an op-
portunity to follow a successful sales
organization that offers an excellent
future to those who qualify. Write
Box No.t302. The Michigan Daily. )30H
FOR SALE
4 TICKETS to Wisconsin game. List
price. Call Ypsi 1643R after 6. )67

FOR SALE
SET OF HARVARD CLASSICS. Good
condition. $35-51 books. )66
'37 OLDS BUSINESS COUPE-Must sell
immediately. Owner called back to
active duty. Best offer. Phone 2-8265
after 5:30. )65
BLUE PLAID sport jacket, size 36, $7.50.
Phone 3-1903 after 5 p.m. )62
U.S. ARMY-NAVY type oxfords, $6.88.
Navyblack-Army brown. Sizes 6 to
12, widths B to F. Open till 6 p.m.
Sam's Store. 122 E. Washington St.
)5
'39 FORD V8 4-door as is $75.00. Phone
2-5695 evenings. )84
1949 FORD CUSTOM 8 TUDOR-R., H.
& seat covers. Excellent condition.
Owner must sell. Phone 28561 evenings.
)60
CANARIES-$15.00. PARAKEETS $5.95.
ZEBRA FINCHES-$6.00 a pair. Mrs.
Ruffins, 562 S. 7th. )2B
- COUSINS -
CUISon State Street
Genuine Levis $3.95, Sanforized
22 inch waist line and up )3
MOTORCYCLE
SALE!
NEW & USED
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
SAVE! SAVE! SAVE!
INDIA M C SALES
207 W. LIBERTY
PH. 2-1748 - OPEN EVENINGS
WE'LL STOP RUNNING these corny
ads if you'll only subscribe to TIME
or LIFE at the student rates. You
save wampum too. TIME is $4.75
instead of $6.00' LIFE is $5.00 instead
of $6.75-by the annum. No catch.
Phone 2-82-42. Student Periodical
Agency. _ )2
ULTRATONE record player, Columbia
LP attachment. Top condition. Both
$25, or separate. Phone 305 Mosher,
3-1561 evenings after 7. )69

FOR SALE
STADIUM COAT-40 long Mouton col-
lar. Wool lining. Call 8238. )68
1937 PLYMOUTH 2 door. Good 1947
motor, heater. Phone 2-4401, ask for
325 Adams House. )70
REMINGTON Noiseless typewriter. New.
Practically 1/3 off. 406 Hayden East
Quad. _ )71
1949 BUICK Super 4dor Dynaflow R., H.,
visor.7,000 miles. Very reasonable.
In4q 23 Prescott, E. Quad. Phone
2-4591. )72
ROOMS FOR RENT
SINGLE ROOM for men students, near
campus. Private home, Ph. 2-1693.
)41R
DOUBLE ROOM for male student-on
campus. Phone 2-2052. )37R
BLOCK and half from Engineering
Arch. % of double room to share
with male student; also large double
room. 714 E. University. Ph, 9310. )38R
2 ROOM SUITE for 3 men. 1218 Olivia.
Call 8746 after 5:30. )34R
3RD FLOOR STUDIO NEAR CAMPUS-
Prefer two to four art or arch.
men students. Linens, use of dark
room. Student landlord. Ph. 2-8545,
6-7. ) 23R
'TOURIST HOME for Overnight Guests.
Bath, shower, reasonable rates. 518 E.
Williams St. Phone 3-8454. ) 12R
ROOMS available for students' guests
football week-ends. Private home ac-
commodations. Phone 2-9850, 11:00-
1:00 or 6:30-9:30 p.m._ )14R
PERSONAL
WHO DID Travis have a date with night
before last? Was she a Grad? A Sen-
ior? Is her picture going to be in the
1951 Ensian? Time is getting short
Travis, so better have her make that
appointment today. Michiganensian.
) 14P
RAY HATCH will patch
that match-Learn to dance with
RAY HATCH DANCE STUDIO
209 S. State Ph. 5083 )4P

PERSONAL
HEY SCHOLARS
Ever hear the one about the moron?
He had sense enough to see that:
Don-Al Grill's Dollar Steaks
are the best buy in town.
328 E. Liberty at the FOOD sign.
-- - )26P
CLUB 211
Three meals per day for $1.50,
J._D. Miller's Cafeteria. )2P
LEARN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
122 E. Liberty Phone 8161 )1P
YOU DON'T ORDINARILY get some-
thing for nothing. The Students
Rates on TIME & LIFE are the ex-
ception. As a student you save $1.25
on TIME and $1.75 on LIFE yearly
rates. Don't ask me why-I don't
know. But take advantage of this
stupid offer now before somebody
finds out. You phone us at 2-8242
to place your order. We bill you. It's
the student-run Student Periodical
Agency, Don Anderson, Grad., own-
er.-)2
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Parker 21 pen. Black barrel andl
silver top. Call 2-2539. )37L
LOST-Watch with wide gold band.
"Barbara Ridgway, 1945" engraved on
back. Phone 7225. )38L
BROWN WALLET lost Tues. eve. State
Theater or vicinity. Substantial re-
ward for return of wallet or money.
)39L
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED-Ride to New York-New
Jersey area, Oct. 26. Share driving,
expenses. George, 7-248. )18T

Bryant, Wilmer Pace Winners;
Zeta Beta Tau Places Second
Triumph in 65 Yard Low Hurdles, Last
Event of Day, Provides Margin of Victory

By KEITH MILLER
Paced by Carl Bryant and Fred
Wilmer, Delta Sigma Phi won the
Intramural fraternity outdoor
track meet yesterday on the Fer-
ry Field cinder paths, succeeding
the '49 champs, Delta Upsilon.
The winners chalked up 22
points just skimming by Beta
Theta Pi, who compiled 20 points
for second place. Zeta Beta Tau
took third with 13 counters and
Kappa Sigma completed the big
four by winning ten points.
BRYANT WON the 65 low and
high hurdles and Wilmer cap-
tured the mile run. The former
came through when his team
needed him most. With only the
65 yard low hurdles remaining to
be run, Beta Theta Pi led theI
eventual victors 20-17.

Then Bryant who had al-
ready won the 65 yard high
hurdles in the mark of 8.9 went
out to top the low hurdlers and
pick up the needed points. Ac-
cording to IM track rules, five
points are awarded to the win-
ner, three for second, two for
the third placer, and one for the
fourth place finisher.
Bryant, a speedster from Birm-
ingham, Michigan, ran this decid-
ing event in the time of 8.4. Wil-
mer's mark in the mile was 5:08.7
over three seconds faster than
his nearest rival, Jim Heath from
Kappa Sigma. The mile winner
hails from Denby High School in
Detroit.
Other Delta Sigma Phi plac-
ers were: Carl Raiss, second in
the broadjump; Howie Canfield,
second in the 880; and Benny
Crane, who tied for third in
the high' jump.

--Daily-Dick Sanderson
THE WINNER-Stan Weinberger (extreme right), ZBT, flashes
across the finish line to win the 100 yard dash in the fraternity
track meet held yesterday. Others in the picture are, 1. to r., Bob
Hastings, Delta Chi, who placed third, Frank Seichter, ATO, Glen
Osgood, Chi Phi, Arnold Knepfer, Phi Sigma Delta, and Jerry Den-
nis, Kappa Sigma, who came in second.

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Crowns Set
In Fraternity
Grid Leagues
Blumenthal Leads
Phi Sigs to Victory
This week saw the conclusion of
the regular IM fraternity grid sea-
son with several teams chalking
up unblemished records in win-
ning their league titles.
Bill Blumenthal, who was an
All-I-M back last year, ran twenty
yards around left end for a six
pointer paving the way for Phi
Sigma Delta to whitewash Delta
Upsilon 7-0. The win gave the vic-
tors the championship of league
one with three victories in as many
games. The titleholderc held ther
opponents to an average of three
points for game.
* * .
AN OFFENSIVE minded Phi
Delta Theta seven captured the
league two crown as they grounded
Phi Kappa Psi into submission 31-
0. The passing combination of Gil
Sabuco to Earl Keim accounted
for two counters while Doug Law-
rence and Mike Papista scamper-
ed fifty and fifteen yards, respect-
ively, to score touchdowns.
Scoring a 13-0 victory over Pi
Lambda Phi in the finale, Delta
Sigma Phi walked away with the
league three bunting. Bob Moore
intercepted a Pi Lambda pass
and ran twenty yards into pay-
dirt to account for one scoring
play.
The second Delta Signa Phi tal-
ly came on a pass from Milton
Heath to Carl Bryant which cover-
ed almost sixty yards. Only one
touchdown was pushed over by the
oppositon in three games against
the league three victors.
* * *
LEAGUE FOUR saw Alpha Sig-
ma Phi dumping Sigma Alpha Mu
13-7 to decide the crown. As in the
case of the first three league
winners, Alpha Sigma Phi won all
three contests.
On the first play from scrim-
mage Bill Dresser connected on
a 45 yard pass play to Johnny'
Roach to account for Alpha Sig-
ma Phi's initial score. The other
score came when Jim Westrope
intercepted a pass and ran forty
yards into scoring territory.

Foresters Nip Mealmarters;
Wesleyans Take Two Straight

Summaries

Some close battles were produc-
ed last week as ten teams saw ac-
tion in the Independents touch
football competition.
In their first game of the sea-
son, the Forestry Club jumped out
to a 14-0 lead at halftime, but just
managed to stave off a late rush
by the Mealmarters to win by a
14-12 score.
, * *
STAN BANASH hit Ed Young,
with two touchdown passes for the
Foresters, while Young and Bud
Jeffrey caught two more Banash
passes for the two extra points
that finally made the difference.
The Mealmarters' late drive
was sparked by Joe Marmo and
Johnny Matchess who both went
for touchdowns on brilliantly ex-
ecuted long running plays.
Their first conversion was made
good but it vas nullified by an off-
side. They could not convert after
their second touchdown either.
The Foresters then held their
14-12 lead through the last two
minutes.
THE WESLEYAN GUILD chalk-
ed up its second straight victory
as they downed the offensively
weak Terror team, 14-0.
Ed Wolven was the Wesleyans'
K star as he scored on a 30 'yard
end run and then passed to Earl
Fisher for their second score.
The passing combination of Ed
Velton to Fisher accounted ,for
both conversions.
The Presbyterians had a tough
time with the International douse
before they could take their first
victory.
* * *
PRESENTING mostly a passing
attack, the Presbyterians took a
6-0 half time lead as Rog Reinke
threw to Eldred Lokker for the
score.
In the second half, the Inter-
nationals recovered a bad Pres-
byterian center for a safety to
pull up to a 6-2 deficit, but
Reinke completed a n o t h e r
touchdown pass, this time to
Mike Liuzzi, and the Presbyter-
ians wrapped up a 12-2 win.
The Mugwumps notched their
second victory in two weeks in easy
fashion with a 34-0 Win over the
I.S.A. Aeros.

HARVEY DEAN again starred
as he passed for all five touch-
downs and both extra points, while
defensiye stalwart George KoboniĀ§
nailed an I.A.S. back for a safety.
Nakamura Co-op had to go in-
to overtime for its second vic-
tory as they beat the Baptists,
6-0.
The Baptists twice came close
to scoring in regulation time, as
did Nakamura, but the game was
decided when the Baptists lost
yardage on a fumble in the over-
time play.
Law Club'B'
Tops Tau Epls
By 34-0_Count
Undefeated Law Club 'B' rolled,
over Tau Epsilon Rho, 34-0 with
a second half scoring spree un-
equalled so far this' year in Pro-
fessional Fraternity touch foot-
ball.
Starting slowly with one touch-
down and conversion in the first
half, the B's poured four more
over in the second stanza. In this
period, Bill Clark, Law Club back,
reeled off three touchdowns, while
Rufus King, at end, scored one
touchdown on a pass and caught
two points after touchdown.
S * .*
PHI ALPHA KAPPA got by Al-
pha Rho Chi 7-0 in another con-
test. The touchdown play was, a
pass to center Bob Becksfort by
Charles Bazuin, and the same play
clicked for the extra point. Two
other Phi Alpha touchdowns on
consecutive plays were called back
on account of penalties.
Phi Delta Chi bit the dust at
the hands of a strong Psi Omega
aggregation, 26-6 as the Psi's
scored two touchdowns in each
period.
Roger Wall and Jerry Edwards
both intercepted passes and 'ran
them back for touchdowns. Back
Bill Gregory caught a pass, this
time from one of his own team-
mates, and went for pay 'dirt.

ONE MILE: 1-Wilmer, Delta
Sig; 2-Heath, Kappa Sig; 3-Piaz-
za, Kappa Sig; 4-Allen, Phi Gam.
Time 5:08.7
880 yd. RUN: 1- Murphy, Beta's;
2- Canfield, Delta Sig; 3- Davis,
Triangle; 4- Oschewitz, ZBT;
Time : 2:10.4
440 Yd. RUN: 1- Gault, Beta's;
2- Kerry, Beta's; 3- Grettenberg,
Kappa Sig; 4- Neil, Acacia. Time:
57.81
100 YD. DASH: 1- Weinberger,
ZBT; 2- Dennis, Kappa Sig; 3-
Hastings, Delta Chi; 4- Richter,
Zeta Psi. Time: 10.7.
65 YD. LOW HURDLES: 1- Br-
yant, Delta Sig; 2- Thompson, Phi
Gam; 3- Delkin, ZBT; 4- Fried-
man, SAM; Time: 8.4,
65 YD. HIGH HURDLES: 1- Br-
yant, Delta Sig; 2- Friedman
SAM; 3- Hiles, Theta Xi; 4- Baker,
Phi Delt. Time: 8.9.
HIGH JUMP: 1- Allen, Zeta Psi,
2- Watson, Sigma Chi; 3- (tie)
Poe, Crane, Delta Sig; Frame
Phi Gai. Height: 5 ft. 10 in.
POLE VAULT: 1- (tie) Law-
rence, Phi Delt; Raymond, SAE;
2- Tibbets, Sigma Chi; 4- Robin-
son Height: 11 ft.
SHOT PUT: 1- Klap, Beta's; 2-
Burlingame, Chi Psi; 3- Joseph,
Pi Lam; 4- Bischoff, Chi Psi. Dis-
tance: 38 ft. 9 in.
RUNNING BROAD JUMP: 1-
Weinberger, ZBT; 2- Raiss, Delta
Sig; 3- Klap, Beta's; 4- Michaels,
Phi Delt. Distance: 19 ft. 3 in.
I-M SCOrE's
PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY
Nu Sigma Nu 19, Alpha Kappa
Psi 0
Phi Epsilon Kappa 19, Alpha
Kappa Kappa 0
Law Club 'A' 18, Phi Chi 0
Alpha Chi Sigma 13, Phi Alpha
Kappa 7
Phi Delta Phi 8, Delta Sigma
Pi 0
FRATERNITY
Phi Kappa Sigma 6, Alpha Ep-
silon Pi 0
Tau Delta Phi 21, Alpha Delta
Phi 0

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DORM PIGSKIN PATTER:
Prescott, Anderson Clinch Top Honors

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Residence Hall IntraMural foot-
BE 'R ball finished its third week of play
last Monday on South Ferry Field
w i t h Prescott and Anderson
Houses capturing their respective
league titles.
In league B, Prescott, Winchell
and Greene ended in a three way
tie for first, each possessing a 2-1
record, but Prescott copped the
crown by virtue of its superior net
point totals.
* ':
PRESCOTT'S big win was a
rousing 31-2 victory Monday over
an impotent Allen-Rumsey squad.
Big guns in the Prescott attack
were roommates Jerry Abramow
and Hy Levinstein, who together
accounted for all five touch-
downs.
Abramow passed to Levinstein
for two TD's and the only extra
point. An Abramow-to-Malcome
Robertson aerial scored the
Pfeiffer Brewing Company, Detroit and Flint, Michigan third marker for the Prescott

aggregation. Levinstein, in turn,
hit Robertson with two pay-dirt
tosses to climax the scorink. ;
Allen-Rumsey collected its two
points when Abramow was trapped
in his own end zone after dropping
a low pass from center.
Anderson handed Cooley its
first loss, 13-0 consequently
walking off with the league D
championship. Halfback Don
Wilkinson flipped a 20 yard
aerial to his running mate at
half, Jack Gribble, to initiate
the day's scoring.
In the second half Don Gogolin
threw his fifth touchdown pass to
end V i n c e Schoeck. Gogolin
pitched to Gribble for the extra
point.
BOTH LEAGUES A and C have
another round to play before their
winners enter the semi-finals. In
league C Michigan and Hayden
Houses are tied for first with iden-
tical 2-0 records.

Michigan House retained its
rating Monday at the expense
of neighboring Chicago House.
Russ Kendell began the rout by
intercepting a Chicago pass and
galloping 30 yards for the TD.
* * * s
HAYDEN HOUSE likewise re-
mained in contention for the
league C title by squeaking past
Strauss House, 6-0. After being
held on the one-yard line earlier
in the game, Hayden started a sus-
tained drive late in the second half
from its one yard line.
In four plays Hayden covered
the length of the field, scoring
on a 10 yard toss from Dick
Dennis to Jerry Vanvolkenberg.
Fletcher Hall, who byed Mon-
day, leads Lloyd House in league
A, although the West Quadders
hung up their second victory by
whipping Tyler House, 12-0. The
Fletcherites have a like number of
wins but as yet are undefeated.
Lloyd has one loss.

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