THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRMAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1950
TWO FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1950
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T I FOR RENT
Fraternity Football Ends; Swimming Starts_
"Hair Cut While You Wait"
GOOD RENTAL TYPEWRITERS now
available at Office Equipment Ser-
vice Company, 215 E. Liberty." Guar-
anteed repair service on all makes of
typewriters. ) 6B
STUDENT RATES on FORTUNE-$7.50
a year instead of $12.50. Student Per-
iodical Agency, Phone 2-82-42. )2
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist. 308
S. State. Legal, Master, Doctors dis-
sertations, etc. 2-9848 or 2-4228. )12B
TYPEWRITERS AND FOUNTAIN PENS
Sales, Rentals, and Service
Morrill's - 314 S. State St. )4B
TYPING - Accurate work, reasonable
rates. Phone 3-4040. )3B
TYPING done in my home. Call 2-3357.
WASHING - Finished work and hand
ironing if preferred. Also rough dry
and wet waghing. Free pick-up and
delivery. Ph. 2-9020. )B
Reliable sitters available. Ph. 3-1121.
WARM, British Burberry overcoat, size
42. Robertson, 1232 Washtenaw. Call
G.E. PORTABLE sewing machine. Good
condition, 6 bobins, all attachments.
Call 2-3368 after six. )108
FOR SALE-Excellent radio-wire record-
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WANT essential employment? Aircraft
Employment Directory now ready. $1.00
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LOOKING for an engagement or wed-
ding ring? Buy at wholesale prices.
Call Lee Anger at 2-3481 between 2:30-
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STORM COATS-Mouton collar & lapel,
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$27.95. Sam's Store, 122 E. Washing-
ton, open 'till 6 p.m. )5
ALMOST NEW Ford heater for '48 model
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ENGLISH MOTORCYCLE-Used, B.S.A.
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SALE OF LP RECORD COLLECTION-
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A.H., R.L. Morris Winer 2-1021. )100
PARAKEETS-Mated pairs or babies for
training. Also canaries and finches.
Birds boarded. 526 S. Seventh, Ph. 5330.
READ TIME this year at the special
reduced Student Rate. Still only
$4.75 a year (instead of $6.00). Regular
newsdealers do not carry this rate-
it must be accepted by specially-
authorized college agencies. Your
representative is Student Periodical
Agency. Don Anderson, Grad, man-
ager. Address 705 First National Bldg.
To order you need only phone 2-82-42.
on State Street
Square scarves 1.95, 2.95, & 3.95. )3
MAKE YOURSELF PROSPEROUS in-
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Hair dye bath or bleach, $4.50.
Evenings by appointment.
HollaWay Beauty Shoppe. Ph. 7400.
ROOMS FOR RENT
LARGE SINGLE ROOM-One block from
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ROOMS AVAILABLE for football week-
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ROOMMATE WANTED by graduate stu-
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football week-ends. Private home ac-
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10 ENSIANS for $1.00. Those are your
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the Publications Building.
STUDENTS MAY subscribe to LIFE at
the special Student Rate of $5.00 a
year (Regularly $6.75). Through Stu-
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Proofshon display at Purchase Radio,
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HUSKY MALE STUDENT for part-time
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STUDENTS: Sell football programs.
50% profit. Free license. Walt Evich,
Ph. 7020 between 5:30 & 7:00. )41H
YOUNG LADY WANTED for full time
sales work during Christmas rush.
Apply at Follet's Book Store, 322 5.
State St., Mr. Graham from 9 to 11
SUITE for 2 couples and 1 db. rm. for
football weekends. Call 3-8126. )22F
MALE STUDENT - Single room. Hot
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Law Club. Tel. 2-2858. )5411
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Darby wrist watch Nov. 14. Gene
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TO THE PERSON who stole wallet and
watch from I.M. swimming pool on
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USED TUXEDO, size 40. Phone Dick,
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WOOLEN BLANKETS, quilts, bed-
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Intra-Mural Football for the so-
cial fraternities reached its con-
clusion this week with champion-
ships being decided in the four
playoff divisions, and at the same
time, the first of the indoor
sports, swimming, was begun.
Delta Sigma Phi whitewashed
Phi Sigma Delta 18-0, to takel
championship honors in the top'
playoff bracket in touch football.
THE COMBINATION of Dave
Settle to Bruce VanderKlipp ac-
counted for two touchdowns in
Phi Kaupa Psi's 13-0 conquest of
Delta Upsilon in the second place
playoff title tussle.
Both passes covered approxi-
mately 40 yards. Settle threw a
pass to VanderKlipp for the final
point. The contest played in a
gale like wind was a bit on the
rough side with a Delta Upsilon
six pointer being called back on
account of a penalty.
* * *
ANOTHER SHUTOUT occurred
in the third place tussle with Zeta
Psi downing Delta Tau Delta 13-0.
On the first play from scrimmage,
the winners worked the time-worn
sleeper play which advanced the
ball to Delta Tau Delta's two yard
line. Bart Grimes skirted left end
to account for the six pointer.
The extra point came on a
pass play from John Olson to
Dorr Grover. The second touch-
down was tallied via the over-
land route with Grimes throw-
ing to Grover.
Sigma Nu dropped Trigon 13-7
to chalk up the fourth place di-
vision title. Al Weygandt passed
to Louis Martin for one touchdown
while Chuck Kepler raced 45 yards
for the second marker. Kepler
threw a pass to Bill MacMartin
for the 13th point.
In one of the initial meets in
swimming competition Chi Phi
defeated Zeta Beta Tau 35-22.
Instrumental in the victory were
Bill Johnson and Milt Goetz
winning the 50 yard free style
and 50 yard back stroke res-
pectively. The victors also cap-
tured the 25 yard relay and the
Dorm Playoffs Finish; Wenley
Winchell, Allen-Rumsey Win
While Michigan House was nail-t
ing down its Residence Hall In-i
tra-Mural touch football crown,
under the lights of Wines Field
last Tuesday, six other squads
competed in comparative obscurity
on South Ferry Field for the run-1
ner-up championships of the play-t
In the /second place playoffst
Winchell edged Hayden, by the un-
usual score of 2-0. With but four1
minutes remaining and neither
team having scored, Winchell
guard Len Huber broke through to
nail halfback Dick Dennis in the
end zone for a safety.
throughout the contest, but costly
interceptions deep in Williams' ter-
ritory prevented them from reach-
'* * *
ALLEN-RUMSEY a n d Tyler
likewise were forced into overtime
to decide their game, and the West
Quadders hung up a 13-7 win in
the fourth place championship by
accumulating 20 yards to their op-
ponents three in the extra period.
Tyler took the lead early in
the first half when Dick Schuh-
kneuht uncorked a 35 yard heave
to Milt Landau who raced into
the end zone for "the initial
touchdown. Schuhkneuht passed
to Herb Peck to make the score
Paced by Ed Hutchinson, who
swam in three events, Phi Kappa
Psi swamped Phi Kappa Tau 40-
17. Hutchinson took honors in the
50 yard back stroke and competed
in the medley relay and the 100
yard free style, both of which
were won by Phi Kappa Psi.
DON ENNIS won the 25 yard
breaststroke and participated in
both relays and Jack Beyer swam
a leg in both relays to aid the vic-
Tom Graham and Tom Till-
man 'won the 50 and 25 yard
breast strokes for the Phi Kap-
pa Tau firsts.
In another one-sided match, Psi
Upsilon crushed Pi Lambda Phi
44-13. The winner's dominance of
the meet is shown in the fact that
they copped every first. Tony
Bandyk, ex-Detroit prep star, won
the 50 free style while Dave and
John Hunt captured the 25 yard
free style and back stroke events.
- Dave Beardsley completed the
Psi Upsilon success in individual
races by taking the 25 yardl
breast stroke. Dean Loree was a
close second in this race.
By the margin of a single point
Sigma Phi Epsilon nipped Phi
Gamma Delta 29-28. Bob Arm-
strong, Tony Naylor, and Bob 01-
heiser were the individual win-
ners for the Sig Eps with Arm-
strong copping the 50 yard oack-
streke, Naylor winning the 50
yard free style, and Olheiser cap-
turing the 25 yard free style.
Hayden 31, Michigan 26
Tyler 29, Williams 28
Sigma Pi 29, Kappa Nu 27
Delta Tau Delta 49, Delta Sigma
Sigma Chi 30, Alpha Tau Omega 27
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 40, Phi Sig-
ma Kappa 17
Chi Phi 35, Zeta Beta Tau 22
Sigma Phi Epsilon 29, Phi Gamma
Psi Upsilon 44, Pi Lambda Phi 13
Phi Kappa Psi 40, Phi Kappa Tau
Michigan 6, Vaughn 0
Wenley 6, Anderson 0
Williams 6, Strauss 0
Prescott 4, Hayden 2
Winchell 6, Chicago 0
Kappa Sigma 5, Tau Kappa Epsi-
Chi Psi 6, Alpha Sigma Phi 0
Zeta Psi 5, Alpha Delta Phi 1
Tau Delta Phi 3, Triangle 3
Sigma Phi Epsilon 6, Chi Phi 0
Zeta Psi 4, Delta Sigma Phi 2
Delta Chi 5, Alpha Sigma Phi 1
Acacia 4, Alpha Delta Phi 2
Delta Tau Delta--5, Kappa Sig 1
Alpha Tau Omega 6, Trigon 0
Theta Xi 5, Phi Sigma Kappa 1
Lambda Chi Alpha 3, SAM 3
Phi Sigma Delta 6, TKE 0
Phi Delta Theta 6, sigma Alpha Ep-
Navy 5, Math 1
Law 5, Eng. Mechanics 1
English 6, Public Health 0
Psychology 6, Museum 0
The Intra-Mural All-Star foot-
ball teams was announced yester-
day for Residence Hall, Fraternity
and Independent competition.
Hayden House, although finish-
ing no better than sixth in dor-
mitory activities, placed the most
men on any one team. They had
three, Jack Kleinert, Doug Peck,
and Dick Dennis and curiously
enough, all three men are room-
Only three of the men picked
were from the division title hold-
ers, Michigan House taking two
and the Mugwumps, one.
Mal Robertson of Prescott and
Bill Blumenthal of Phi Sigma
Delta were the only two repeaters
from last year's selection.
The referees, field supervisors,
and I-M officials select the teams.
Team managers may present
nominations for considerations.
Each individual receives a certi-
. The following are the complete
Linemen: Walter Hoon, Adams; Jack
Kleinert, Hayden; ''ussell Kendall,
Michigan; Mal Robertson, Prescott; and
Jack Williams, Williams; Backs: Howard
Maturen, Michigan; Doug Peck, Hayden,
Dick Dennis, Hayden; and Eugene Tar-
Linemen: Stan Lesser, ZBT; Don
Weir, ATO; Stan Tylicki, Theta Delta
Chi; Backs: Don Johnson, Theta Delta
Chi; Bob Bunn, Chi Phi; Bob Cary,
Theta Chi; and Bill Blumenthal, Phi
Linemen: Jack Kersten, Mugwumps;
Eldred Locker, Presbyterian; and Wal-
lace Jeffrey, Forest; Backs: Ed Young,
Forest; Bruce Munger, Michigan Co-op;
Dave Church, Wesley Guild; and Bob
Helier, Wesley Guild.
Law Club "A" clawed Its way to
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BOTH OFFENSES were unable
to maintain a sustained drive, the
farthest point of penetration of
either squad being the ten yard
stripe, each team accomplishing
this feat once.
In another close game Wenley
and Williams battled to a score-
less tie in regulation time, but
the former outgained the latter
in overtime, 19 yards to a minus ,
two, to take the game and the
third place playoffs, 6-0.
Wenley dominated the play
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Allen-Rumsey quickly retaliated
to knot the score at seven-all. A
20 yardPaerial from Dave Townley
to Ted Propson put the ball on the
Tyler five yard line.
On the next play Townley dash-
ed around right end to cover the
remaining distance. Tom Propson
grabbed a Townley pass to score
the all-important extra point and
tie up the ball game.
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a narrow 28-27 Victory over the
barrister "B" team in an inter
family fight for the Professional
Fraternity Touch Football second
Coming from behind after the
"B" 's had rolled up what seemed
like a safe 21-7 lead by virtue of
Bill Clark's accurate tosses, the
Lawyer A team tied it up on 0. G.
White's five yard plunge arid won
as White fired an aerial to Stu
Wilkins for the extra point.
LAW CLUB B accumulated a
two touchdown edge in the first
half on a pair of passes by Clark,
one to Bill Gault in the flat and
another to Jim Gault, both of
which reached pay dirt'.
The "B" ' s struck again early
in the second half as two more
Clark passes connected. On the
last touchdown, however, the
extra point try failed.
White, the Lawyer "A" 's passer,
connected to Bill Tattersole in the
first half and Jack Ryan in the
second for his team's first two
Vern Withams, "A" defense
man, intercepted a Clark pass
and ripped off 40 yards down
the sideline for a six pointer.
Finally, with a minute and a half
to play, Clark passed to Var Bay-
darian on the five to set up the
final tieing score.
Stu Wilkins, member of Michi-
gan's great '47 and '48 varsity
squads, caught all four Law Club
A extra points, including the win-
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