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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1950

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ROOMS FOR RENT LOST AND FOUND

I-M Play Continues in Three Sports

Affiliated Men Mermen Reach Semi-Finals

FOR SALE
MENS RUBBER FOOTWEAR-Toe Rub-
bers $1.49, ankle-high galoshes $3.75,
4-buckle dress galoshes $3.75, high
zipper galoshes $4.88. Open 'till 6 p.m.
Sams Store, 122 E. Washington. )5
ATTRACTIVE LADIES snow suit, hard-
ly worn, size 12-14. Royal portable
typewriter, Gibson Mandocello, large
new Odora wardrobe. Ph. 2-6190. )118
REGISTERED COLLIE PUPPIES-Month
old, sable and white and tri-color.
Champion stock. Perfect for Christ-
mas! Will show at your home. Ph.
Ypsi 1124-R, 1241 Malden Court. )119
DIAMOND Engagement and Wedding
Rings. Large discount. Lee Anger,
wholesale representative. Ph. 2-3481,
2:00-5:00. )4
CANARIES, parakeets, finches, and cock-
atiel. Bird supplies and cages. 562 S.
Seventh at West Madison. )2B
CHRISTMAS Gift Rates on TIME and
LIFE now available. Phone Student
Periodical Agency 2-8242 to order. )2
FOR THOSE WINTRY NIGHTS, Flan-
nelette pajamas from COUSINS on
State Stree. Warm as toast, in pat-
terns or solids that are color fast.
"Sanforized" shrunk, too!t)3
FORMAL TAILS like new with accessor-
ies. Coat size 38, waist 32, will ell
reasonably, 8285. )117

PART OF DOUBLE ROOM available -
Close to campus and Union. Shower,
continuous hot water. Rent reason-
able. 509 S. Division near Jefferson.
59R
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
PERSONAL
PERSONALIZE your Christmas Cards
with photographs of your family or
drawings of your home, by the Litho-
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38P
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122 E Liberty Phone 8161 )1P
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Learn to dance with
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209 South State Phone 5083
) 4P
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earnings every time you sell 10 Michi-
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interested call at the Ensian offices of
the Publications Building.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Nov. 22-Universal wrist watch.
Telephone 3-0895. T. E. Parker. )96L

LOST-Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity pin.
$5 reward. Call 2-4790. )95L
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week at 420 Maynard. Michigan
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WANTED-Garage in vicinity of East
Quad. Call evenings 2-3046. )13W
TRANSPORTATION
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Daily A.A. )35T
WANTED RIDERS to San Diego, L.A. or
cities on southern route. Leaving
Dec. 22. Phone 2-2283. )36T
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You can drive a Cadillac, Oldsmobile
or others. Free gas. Call WO 55768 or
come to 103 W. Vernor, Detroit. )34T
HELP WANTED
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Experienced.Full or part time. Apply
DIXIE SHOPS
224 S. Main Phone 9686 )45H
FOR RENT
3 ROOM furnished apart nent, share
bath. 9518 N. Main. Ph. 3951. )60R
WANTED TO BUY
TWO TICKETS to Royal Philharmonic.
John Grandstaff. 2-6982. )34X

Show Power
In Swimming
Sixteen Tank Squads
Remain in Contention
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Sixteen out of the original 44
fraternity swimming teams have
survived elimination and are; now
ready to begin their third round
of intramural competition.
With only two rounds complet-
ed, a few fraternities have shown
surprising power in defeating their
foes.
* * *
PSI UPSILON, for example, de-
feated their first opponent, Pi
Lambda Phi, 44-13. Instrumental
in his team's victory was John
The Intramural Building will
be open on Saturday afternoons
till 6 p.m. starting with this
Saturday. Teams that want to
practice for the coming basket-
ball season can reserve courts
in advance.
-Earl Riskey
Hunt who won first place in the
25-yard back-stroke, while his
brother Dave captured first place
in the 25-yard free-style event.
Bill Downing finished first in
the 25-yard breast-stroke, and
Tony Bandyk captured top hon-
ors in the 50-yard free-style
event. John Hefferd teamed with
John Hunt and Bandyk to take
first in the medley relay.
Sigma Phi, who won their first
meet on a forfeit, boasts a pow-
erful one-two punch in Jack Bar-
nes and Bob Allaben. Barnes holds
the high school back-stroke record
for the state of Florida, and Alla-
ben who hails from Grand Rapids
swam on the state championship
medley relay team.
*~ * *
PHI KAPPA PSI showed con-
siderable power by downing Phi
Kappa Tau, 40-17. Big point-get-
ters for the Phi Kaps were Don
Ennis, Ed Hutchinson, and Jack

In Residence Hall Competition

Swimming holds the Residence
Hall athletic spotlight this week
as Tuesday night's IM activity saw
four teams reach the semi-finals
of. the 1950 dual meet tank tour-
ney.
Strauss, Anderson, Hayden and
defending champion W i n c h e 11
stroked to their second straight
triumphs, while Prescott, Allen-
Rumsey, Greene and Vaughan fell,
by the wayside after wins in first
round competition.
* * *
SEMI-FINAL action next week
pits Strauss against Winchell, and
Anderson tangles with Hayden.
Strauss rode to a close 29-28
victory over Prescott mainly on
the strength of wins by Brent
Hamil in the 25-yard free-style
and Deni Schmiedeke in the
back-stroke, plus a fast relay
triumph.
The quartet of Schmiedeke, Ha-
mil, George Christiansen and Dave
Palmer swam the 100-yard free-
style relay in the creditable time
of 48:00 seconds. George Majoros
and Fred Scharken also scored for
Strauss.
*~ * *
PRESCOTT'S THREE winners
were the medley relay team, free-
styler Chuck Salmon, and Dean
Pierce in the back-stroke. John
Biery, Art Rousseau, Dick Roof

and John Abramow
Prescott cause with
third place finishes.

helped the
second and

A victory in the final relay
enabled Anderson to edge Allen-
Rumsey, 29-28. The winners pil-
ed up points on firsts by Ken
Taylor in the breast-stroke and
Jack Richardson in the back-
stroke, in addition to the relay
Mwin.
Dick Smith and Isaac Akita
came through with second place
points for Anderson. Aside from its
relay triumph, Allen - Rumsey
counted heavily on victories by
Bob Eggenberger and Bill Wil-
liams in the 25 and 50 yard free
style, respectively.
WINCHELL SWEPT both re-
lays, the back-stroke, and breast-
stroke events to sink Vaughn, 34-
23. Remo Boila took the breast-
stroke and swam both relays. Ed
Ferris finished first in the back-
stroke and operated in one relay.
Jerry Pfeil and Herb Metsch cop-
ped one first apiece for Vaughn.
Rolling up the biggest total of
the night, Hayden submerged
Greene, 36-21. The victors won
every race except the back-
stroke, which Fred Wiedle cap-
tured for Greene.
Ted Harper, Dick Featherstone,
Mike Hachigian came home first
in the breast-stroke, 50-yard free-
style, and 25-yard free-style, res-
pectively for Hayden. This trio,
along with Jim Eichbauer and
Faustino Bernadett, comprised
the winning relay teams.

Play-offs Near
In Volleyball,
swimmning~
With the football season a thing
of the past, three new sports have
swung into action on the intra-
mural calendar, swimming, volley-
ball and handball.
All five major divisions, resi-
dence hall, fraternity, indepen-
dent, professional fraternity and
faculty are taking part in volley-
ball.
EACH DIVISION is divided into
leagues where the teams compete
against one another for six games
each night. After play has finish-
ed once around, the positions in
the leagues are determined by the
total games won rather than by
the number of teams beaten. Then,
the play-offs begin.
Dual meet swimming activities
are only being held in the dorm-
itory and fraternity groups. In-
dependent and professional fra-
ternity men will have one large
meet some time in March to
show their prowess.
The next major sport on the
card is basketball which won't be-
gin until after Christmas vaca-
tion. However, teams are being
formed now and any independent
groups which 'are interested in
joining should contact the inter-
mural department as soon as pos-
sible, so that schedules can be
made up.
Organizations may enter both an
'A' and 'B' team, but if only one
team is entered, it must be 'A.'
Players may move from B' to 'A'
teams but not the reverse.

)116 ROOMS FOR RENT
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room apartment. Call evenings 2'6348.
e ) 61R
As TOURIST HOME for Overnight Guests.
Bath,shower, reasonable rates, 518 E.
Williams St. Phone 3-8454. ) 12R

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NO. MAIN-OPP. COURTHOUSE
ALWAYS'
JUDY CANOVA and
JOE E. BROWN
in
"JOAN OF
OZARK"

NOW SHOWING
Today & Saturday
MAT. 30c NIGHTS & SUN. 40c
TWO HITS!
RUTH TERRY
in
"PISTOL
PACKIN'
MAMA"

Triton presents
FOUR EXPERIMENTAL FILMS
from cinema It
ko LA ROSE ET LE RESEDA
THE POTTED PSALM
tPOEM 8
yfHORROR DREAM
7:30 and 9 P.M. Friday only
LANE HALL Admission 50c cents

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Friendly Drive-Thru Service
9 BEER * WINE a SOFT DRINKS
Open Daily 10 A.M., Sundays Noon
114 E. Williams Pho

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confeius say-
'taint so boys-
The Hamburgers at the Harmony
are not the highest-but they are
the best.
Also serving regular meals,

Beyer.
Ennis won the 25-yard breast-
stroke event, Hutchinson cap-
tured first in the 25-yard back-
stroke, and Beyer took top hon-
ors ir the 50-yard free-style.
These boys also won the medley
and free-style relays.
Sigma Nu defeated Sigma Alpha
Mu, 33-24. Al Weygandt and bill
Gay won the free-style events, the
25-yard and 50-yard, respectively.,
Jim :VlacConnachie placed first in
the back-stroke.
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DAILYr
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the University
of Michigan for which the Michigan
Daily assumes no editorial responsi-
bility. Publication in it is construc-
tive notice to all members of the Uni-
versity. Notices should be sent in
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3 p.m. on
the dayspreceding publication (11 a.-
m. Saturdays).
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1950
VOL. LX;I, No. 57
Notices
Faculty, College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts: Meeting,
Mon., Dec. 4, 4:10 p.m., Room 10-
25, Angell Hall.
AGENDA
1. Consideration of the minutes
of the meeting of Nov. 6, (pp.
1629-1636).
2. Memorial for Prof. Neil C.i
Van Deusen.;
3. Consideration of reports sub-!
mitted with the call to this meet-
ing.
a. Executive Committee-Prof.
L. G. Vander Velde.
b. Executive Board of the Gra-
(Continued on Page 3)

VOLLEYBALL
Air Force Grads 5, Alpha Chi Sigma 1
Hawaiians I 5, Architects 1
Newman Club 5, Nakamura 1
Robert Owen 4, MCF 2
Hawaiians II 6, Mugwumps 0
Phi Delta Phi 6, Alpha Omega 0'
Alpha Kappa Kappa 3, Delta Sigma
Delta 3
Phi Chi 6, Phi Delta Epsilon 0
Phi Delta Chi defeated Sigma;Delta
Chi (forfeit)
Psi Omega 5, Delta Sigma Pi 1
Public' Administration defeated Tan
Epsilon Rho (forfeit)
Alpha Kappa Psi 5, Nu Sigma Nu 1
Alpha Delta Phi 4, Trigon 2
Phi Sigma Kappa defeated Triangle
(forfeit)
Alpha Sigma Phi 5, Tau Kappa Epsi-
lon 1
Phi Sigma Delta 5, Delta Chi 1
Phi Delta Theta 4, Zeta Psi I
Sigma Phi Epsilon 4, Delta Tau
Delta 0
Delta Sigma Phi 3, Alpha Tau Ome-
ga 3
Alpha Epsilon Pi 4, Sigma Alpha
Mu 2
Tau Delta Phi 6, Alpha Phi Alpha 0
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 4, Acacia 2
Theta Xi 4, Lambda Chi Alpha O o
Kappa Sigma 4, Chi Psi 3
Engineering Mechanics 4, Math 2
Adams 6, Prescott 0

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An Intimate Theater
Bringing Cinema Triumphs
From All Nations

Hayden 5, Fletcher 1
Theta Delta Chi 5, Delta Upsilon 1
Sigma Phi 5, Phi Gamma Delta 1
Pi Lambda Phi 4, ZBT 2
Chi Phi 4, Kappa Alpha Psi 2
Delta Kappa Upsilon 3, Sigma Nu 3
Foresters defeated Wesleyans (for-
feit)
Mealmarters 6, Gamma Delta 0
Sigma Chi 4, Phi Kappa Sigma 2
Theta Chi defeated Omega Psi Phi
(forfeit)
Psi Upsilon 5, Phi Kappa Tau 1
Lutherans defeated Terrors (forfeit)
Education 5, Political Science 1
Aero Engineers 6, Economics 0
Business Ad. 6, Inst. of Social Re-
search 0
Romance Language 6, Metal Process
Ing 0
Vaughn 6, Anderson 0
Mirhigan 5, Wenley 1
English' 6, Museums 0
Psychology 6, Navy 0
Law 6, Public Yealth 0
SWIMMING
Strauss 29, Prescott 28
Winchell 34, Vaughn 23
Anderson 29, Allen-Rumsey 28
Hayden 36, breene 21
WATER POLO
Williams 2, Fletcher 1
Michigan 1, Hinsdale 0
HANDBALL
Williams 2, Vaughn 1
Winchell 2, Fletcher 1
Adams 2, Greene 1
Hayden 3, Strauss 0
Lloyd 2, Allen-Rumsey 1
Prescott 3, Cooley 0
Hinsdale 3, Tyler 0
Michigan Coop 2, MCF 1
NOW SHOWING
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with JOHN WRAY Former
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Award Winner
TO"DAY
The Department of Speech
Presents
G. B..SH AW'S
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