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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

rFRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1950

MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

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MICHIGAN DAILY
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11:30 A.M. for Sunday Issue.
BUSINESS SERVICES
ALTERATIONS and Tailoring of all
kinds. Work guaranteed. Phone 2-1919.
821 Packard. )23B
STUDENT RATES on FORTUNE-$7.50
a year instead of $12.50. Student Per-
iodical Agency, Phone 2-82-42. )2
TYPINGmanuscript, 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
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Sales, Rentals, and Service
Morrill's 314 S. State St. )4B
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, 215 E. Liberty.
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HELP WANTED
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CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS
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A-2 FLIGHT JACKET-Genuine horse-
hide front quarter $19.95. Knit cuffs,
zipper front, leather epaulets. Open
till 6 p.m. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington. )5
BABY PARAKEETS which can be train-
ed to talk and whistle-$6 each. Bird
supplies and cages. 562 S. Seventh,
Phone 5330. )2B
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Ideal for parties, like new. Very rea-
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Reliable sitters available. Ph. 3-1121.
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LEARN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
122 E. Liberty Phone 8161
CLUB 211
Three meals per day for $1.50
J. D. Miller's Cafeteria.

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ROOMS FOR RENT

ATTRACTIVE furnished double room.
Kitchen privileges. 1106 Lincoln. Ph.
5224. )44R
2 ROOM SUITE for 3 men. 1218 Olivia.
Call 8746 after 5:30. )34R
TOURIST HOME for Overnight Guests.
Bath, shower, reasonable rates.518 E.
Williams St. Phone 3-8454. )12R
ROOMSaavailable for students'hguests
football week-ends. Private home ac-
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1:00 or 6:30-9:30 p.m. )14R
3RDFLOOR 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

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Saturday night at I. M. Building or
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chain tied in bow. Reward. Call 6159,
evenings. )43L
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football weekends. Call 3-8126. )22F
MAN to share 3 rm. apt. Icebox, phone,
shower, cooking. $7 wk. Call Hugh
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Fraternity
Gridders Cut
To Six Teams
As a result of this week's IM
grid competition, the fraternity
field is narrowed to six squads
fighting for the title.
Defending champions Chi Psi
dropped out of the running by
losing to Alpha Tau Omega 25-0.
By applying the whitewash to Chi
Psi, the winners remained un-
scored upon in four contests thus
far.
* * *
ATO STARTED slow not push-
ing over their initial counter until
the last minute of the first half.
Bud Richner accounted for this
touchdown on a one yard jaunt
into paydirt.
With Connie Nelson on the
throwing end, ATO tallied 19
points in the final half. The
touchdown scorers were Gordie
Smith, Rog Hilardis, and Don
Weir. Weir's TD was his fifth
this season.
Delta Sigma Phi joined the
"big six" stopping Kappa Sigma
12-0. Milton Heath was the vic-
tor's headliner tossing two scoring
passes to Carl Bryant and Jack
Hayes to account for the 12 points.
* * *
SCORING VIA the overland
route was Sigma Alpha Epsilon's
plan of attack as they dropped
Alpha Sigma Phi 20-0. Bill Ray-
mond, last year's recipient of the
IM best all-around athlete of the
year award, pitched two touch-
down passes and two extra points
to lead his team to victory.
Don Zanfagna and Jack Marr
each caught passes for a touch-
down and extra point. The re-
maining six points resulted on a
pass from Zanfagna to Art Brown.
I-M Scores
PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY
Alpha Kappa Kappa 6, Phi
Delta Epsilon 0
Nu Sigma Nu 9, Phi Rho Sig-
ma 0
Delta Sigma Pi 14, Alpha Kappa
Psi 6
Alpha Chi Sigma 7, Law Club
'B' 6
Phi Chi 19, Alpha Rho Chi 0
TODAY at 1:30
3 30 - 5:35 - 7:35 - 9 40
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In Two Hours
TODAY and Friday

By JOHN JENKS
Williams House virtually ran
away with the Residence Hall In-
tra-Mural track meet Wednesday
afternoon on the Ferry Field cin-
ders, scoring 28 points to beat
runner-up Hinsdale House by 12
markers.
Wenley placed third in the meet
with 13 points, while Prescott's
913 was good for the fourth spot.
CHIEF COGS in the Williams
wheel were Jerry Pruter and Vic
Bouchart, who combined to give
their house the, first two places in
Michigran Tops
Hayden, 13-6
In .DormPlay
Only four games were played in
the Residence Hall touch football
circuit last Monday on South Fer-
ry Field, as both leagues B and D
had already completed their regu-
larly scheduled tilts.
Michigan House retained a firm
grasp on first place in league A
by edging Hayden House, 13-6.
The win, Michigan's third, guar-
anteed it at least a tie for first,
while a victory over Vaughn next
week would give it the title out-
right.
Because of a 40 yard pass
from Hayden's Doug Peck to
Dick Dennis, Michigan left the
field at half-time trailing 6-0.
But early in the second stanza
Howard Maturen hit Russ Ken-
dal on a 20 yard toss to knot the
score at six-all.
The Maturen-Kendal combina-
tion clicked for the extra point
and Michigan led, 7-6. Later Bill'
Werner intercepted a Hayden ae-
riel and scooted 35 yards to make
the score 13-6.
Fletcher Hall continued on its
merry way Monday by slipping
past a stubborn Hinsdale aggre-
gation, 13-7. Although Fletcher
is the only undefeated team in
league D, a loss to Tyler House
next week would throw the title
up for grabs between Fletcher,
Williams, and Lloyd.

P ruer, Iorchart Pace
West Quad's Triumph

the high and low hurdles. In the
low hurdles, Pruter finished first
and Bouchart second, while the
order was reversed in the high
hurdles.
Williams also garnered the
top two spots in the mile event.
Jack Williams and teammate
Alex Mansour ran first and sec-
ond, respectively, to add eight
points to the Williams total.
e Two men, Milt Mead of Wenley
House and Bob Cutting of Hins-
dale House won double titles.
Mead, who won the high jump in
last year's River Rouge meet, fin-
ished first in both the high and
broad jump events. Cutting won
both the 880 and the pole vault at-
tractions.
.* * *
The summaries for the meet are:
ONE MILE: 1-Williams, Wil-
liams; 2-Mansour, Williams; 3-
Yakawa, Greene; 4-Conn. Time:
5:07.8
880 YD. RUN: 1-Cutting, Hins-
dale; 2-Mather, Wenley; 3-Trojan,
Greene; 4-Cooper, Williams. Time:
2:10.2
440 YD. RUN: 1- Richardson,
Anderson; 2-Sowatsky, Hayden;
3-Schuller, Prescott; 4-Pierce,
Prescott. Time: 59.5
100 YD. DASH: 1-Stewart, Hins-
dale; 2-Biery, Prescott; 3-McGre-
gor, Tyler; 4-Wright, Winchell.
Time: 11.1
65 YD. LOW HURDLES: 1- Pru-
ter, Williams; 2-Bouchart, Wil-
liams; 3-Winkles, Strauss; 4-Ste-
wart, Hinsdale. Time: 8.9
65 YD. HIGH HURDLES: 1-
Bouchart, Williams; 2-Pruter, Wil-
liams; 3-Ersele, Prescott; 4-Hart-
man, Greene. Time: 9.4
HIGH JUMP: 1-Mead, Wenley;
2-Williams, Williams; 3-Philpott,
Fletcher; 4-Reynolds, Chicago.
Height: 5 ft. 10 in.
BROAD JUMP: 1-Mead, Wen-
ley; 2-Winkles, Strauss; 3-Shultz,
Fletcher; 4-Ferris, Winchell. Dis-
tance: 20 ft. 4% in.
POLE VAULT: 1-Cutting, Hins-
dale; 2-LaTendresse, Grenne; 3-
Raymond, Chicago. Height: 9 ft.
9 in.
SHOT PUT: 1-Nicita, Tyler; 2-
Young, Allen-Rumsey; 3-Ziegel-
man, Anderson; 4-Flint, Lloyd.
Distance: 38 ft. 5 in.

Foresters
Triumph In
Cinder Meet
By BOB LANDOWNE
The Forestry Club nosed out
Michigan Christian Fellowship by
a mere half point in the Indepen-
dent track meet held last Wednes-
day afternoon.
Of the ten events, both the For-
estrers and MCF took four first
places, but the deciding margin
was tallied in the final event, the
low hurdles, which was run in
semi-darkness.
* * *
MCF WAS trailing by two points,
but Hal Snyder came through with
a first place to lift his team's
hopes.
However, Ed Young of the
Foresters took third behind him
o even the count, and when
Dick McArdle was awarded a tie
for fourth the Foresters had
their winning half point.
Actually it was the Forester's
strength in the field events that
gave them most of their points.
* * *
THEY TOOK first place in the
shot put and the broad jump, as
well as sharing two of the. three
tie positions in the high jump, for
a total of 18 points out of 312
in these three events alone.
Nakamura Co-Op was third
with 22 points as Al Strickholm
and Arnold Hanawalt won the
100 yard dash and the quarter
mile, respectively.
Snyder also took the high hur-
dles as he and teammate Don
Hogue swept that event for MCF.
Other MCF winners were Morri-
son Ismond in the pole vault and
Bruce Clark in the mile run.
The Newman Club was fourth
with nine team points.
Unbeaten Law
Club Trounces
Phi Chi,_18&0
Law Club "A" continued its un-
beaten way in Professional Fra-
ternity touch football, hammer-
ing Phi Chi 18 to 0.
Wingback Oly White, formeI
member of the Michigan State
Varsity, passed for all three touch-
downs, one in the first and two in
the second.
Bob Tattersole caught two of
those passes, one on a perfectly
executed transcontinental which
covered 45 yards, and another
when he got behind the safety
for forty yards. Wally Riley
caught the second touchdown
after Van Baydaerian intercept-
ed a pass at midfield to set up
the score.
Displaying a powerful passing
game behind the throwing arm of
Riki Kobaydhi, Phi Epsilon Kap-
pa went overhead to defeat Phi
Alpha Kappa 13 to 7.
The Phi Eps also went out of
their league to dish out a licking
to a team representing their chap-
ter at MSC, 15 to 6.
Neutral ground, Stockbridge,
Mich., was the site of the game,
which saw Kobayshi again do his
stuff as he flipped a 15 yard
aerial to halfback Don Edmondo
in the second quarter and another
to Bill Nemec in thp third.
GRADS-SENIORS
Only 8 Days I

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Student Legislature Cinema Guild
presents
"DEAD OF NIGH"T"
a psychological thriller
Michael Redgrave - George Withers -- Mervyn Johns
Friday & Saturday, Oct. 27-28
7:30 and 9:30
"AN UNUSUAL BRITISH MADE THRIL.
LER-well off the beaten Hollywood path."
--Time. "Feverishly convincing . . . fine
stuff"-New Yorker. Made with exceptional
skill and wit-one of the most successful
blends of laughter, terror, and outrage that I
can remember"-John Agee, The Nation.
BECAUSE OF THE REACTION to this film
when it was shown, last semester, to the limited
membership of the Gothic Film Society, we
have brought it back for a campus-wide
audience. It is a chilling motion picture in
the tradition of "Night Must Fall."
-S. L. Cinema Guild

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