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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'WEDNE'SDAY. APRIT. 21= 14-K1

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Sigma Nu Trips Chi Phi
In I-MSoftball League

at the
MUSI
CENTER
FANTASY LABEL $3.85
Q BRUBECK jazz at the college of the pacific. .........No. 3-13
QJ jazz at storyville....'............ r ......... 38
Q jazz at oberlin. . . . . . . . . ......3-1 . . . ....... .... ..3-
Q BRUBECK TRIO
Vol. 1 BUEKQATT......................:....-
Q BRU EC OC- TET- -. . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-3
Q Vol. . . ..3. . .. . . . .. . . . . ...x. ..3-2
Q Vol . ....................................x....3-4
Q BRUBECK QUARTET Vol. 1., .................... .... .3-5
Vol. 2...... -.-.................................3-7
Q BR UBECK OCTET.. . . . ,,........................ . 3-3
.. GERRY MULLIGAN QUARTET
Jazz at Black Hawk............................3-6
Q CAL TJADER TRIO
Swing's the thing..... . ... ....-9.. ... . . ..
Q CHARLIE MARINO SEXTET
Jazz from Black Bay, Boston.......................3-10
BLUE NOTE LABEL $3.92
o ALBERT ARMMONO. ....................... . .... LP 7017
Q SIDNEY BECHET Vol. 1...........................7001
Jazz classics
Day beypnd recall
(] SIDNEY BECHET Vol. 2
Q Giant of Jazz....... . . . . . ... .. . . .. ... . . . . . . . .7009
Q Thefabulous Sidney Bechet.....................7020
Q SIDNEY BECHET. .................................7022
O JAZZ FESTIVAL CONCERT ..........................7024
0 MILES DAVIS~~~-. . . . . . . . .*** * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ** *51
Q MILES DAVIS.-...*.................................5013
Vol. 2. . . .................x. ............. . .5022
Q SIDNEY DE PARIS. ................................7016
Q LOU DONALDSON . . . . . ... . .. . . .. .. . . . . ... . ...5030
New faces--new sound.............. ............. .5021
'Q KENNY DREW TRIO.. ........................,..,.5023
Q ERROL GARNER
Overture to Dawn
p Vol. 1......... ....,. ...... .............. ..5007
Q Vol. 2 ........ ............................... 5008
E Vol. 3..............'..........................5014
SVol. 4.. ......................................5015
Vol. 5.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5016
O DIZZY GILLESPIE
Hornofplenty.............................5017
o ART HODO
The best in 2 beat. .............................7004
Q ELMO HOPE TRIO................,................5029
0 JAMES P. JOHNSON.. .......................... .5028
O MILT JACKSON
Wizarel of Vibes................................5011
Q WYNTON KELLY................................ .5025
GEORGE IEWIS
o Echoes of New Orleans....................7010
O Echoes of New Orleans Vol. 2....................7013
p MEADE "LUX" LEWIS.. ............................7018
Q GIL MELLE QUINTET..............................5033
Q GIL MELLE SEXTET.............................. .5023
Q MEZZ MEZZROW .................................7023
E JAMES MOODY......................................5006
E with strings....................................5005
n THELONIUS MONK. .............................5002
QJ -Vol. 2.......... ..............50
0 HOWARD McGHEE .................................5012
Q Vo. 2 ....... ................................5024
Ql FATS NAVARRO..................................5004
Q BUD POWELL..................................LP 5003

Q HORACE SILVER TRIO............. .................5018

by BOB JONES
Red-hot speed and good control
by pitcher Duane Schultz enabled
Sigma Nu to eke out a tight 8-7
decision over Chi Phi in Intra-
mural softball yesterday at South
Ferry Field.
Schultz was well supported by
his teammates, who banged out six
hits against Chi Phi pitching, and
played good defensive ball as well.
A 7-7 deadlopk at the end of the
fourth inning was broken in the
top of the fifth, as Chi Phi pitcher
Charlie Hamilton walked in the
winning run in the person of Hans
von Berthal. Schultz retired the
last three Chi Phi batsmen in

order, striking out the last two hit-
ters.
* * *
LEE KRUMBHOLTZ had a hot
day at the plate for Chi Phi, get-
ting three hits, one of which was a
two run homer.
In other social fraternity soft-
ball games, Pi Lambda Phi
pounded out a 5-0 victory over
Phi Kappa Psi, getting seven
hits to their opponent's six.
Lambda Chi Alpha spent most of
the time crossing the plate, as they
whalloped Alpha Epsilon Pi by
the huge score of 23-0. In another
high scoring game, Zeta Psi was
trampled by Beta Theta Pi to the
tune of 22-5.
IN TIGHTER GAMES, ATO
bowed to Chi Psi, 7-5, and Triangle
was nudged by Alpha Delta Phi,
5-3.
Phi Delta Theta shut out Alpha
Sigma Phi by the comfortable
margin of 4-0 on a rather muddy

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COMING SOON

L"I must possess
the man I love.
heart, body
and soul!"

diamond.
Kappa Alpha:
fighting Delta1
score of 13-3.

Psi walked over a
Chi none by the

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Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

'M' Batters
Slain ayne
In 1 1=1 Win
(Continued from Page 1)
in four innings. Lefthander Dick
Peterjohn pitched the fifth and
sixth frames holding the Wayne
batters hitless while fanning five.
IN THE SIXTH inning the Wol-
verines came up with four more
tallies. With one out Cline walked,
and went to second on Ronan's
single to center. Lepley forced
Cline at third when Paul Zdeb,
who had replaced Pearson earlier
in the inning, took Lepley's slow
roller and threw to third.
Eaddy then doubled home Ro-
nan and Lepley. After Corbett
walked Pavichevich poked a
double down the left fiield line,
sending Eaddy and Corbett
across the plate.
Coach Ray Fisher, enjoying a
comfortable lead, sent Corbett to
the hill in the seventh inning. Cor-
bett had moved from first base to
left field in the fifth to make room
for Pavichevich who took over at
first base.
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HE STRUCK out two batters
while giving up three base hits.
Garby Tadian pitched the ninth
inning for Michigan, setting down
the side in order.
The Michigan ball club receiv-
ed 12 free trips to first base by
the three Tartar pitchers, and
knocked out eight hits. The four
Wolverine hurlers allowed Wayne
batters five safeties while they
were mowing down 13 of them on
strikeouts.

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FOR SALE
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ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$6.88. Box,
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New Argus C-3's-$6.65 down, balance
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1940 Lasalle with No. 8 Cadillac motor
in very good condition, radio, heater.
Complete car for $90, Motor $50. NO
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containing complete set of six clubs.
Some fine British makes. NO 2-4055.
)416B
1951 FORD VICTORIA-Radio, heater,
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Phone NO 3-0507. )419B
1953, 26-FOOT ELCAR TRAILER. Like
new, complete bathroom. Call NO
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NAVY, double-breasted Tuxedo coat,
size 42. Call NO 8-7608 after 5 p.m.
)421B
1952 CHEVROLET BEL-AIRE, 2 tone
green, radio and heater and power
glide. 18,000 miles. Real nice. See
Benny. Huron Motor Sales, 222 W.
Washington, NO 2-4588. )423B
1949 STUDEBAKER - 2 door, black
Champion, heater and overdrive. One
owner, very clean. See Smitty, Huron
Motor Sales, 222 W. Washington, NO
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Perfect throughout. Huron Motor
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Will trade. Huron Motor Sales, 222
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ROOMS FOR RENT
OVERNIGHT GUEST ROOMS
Rooms by Day or Week
Campus Tourist Homes. 2'h. NO 3-8454
518 . Williams St. (near State)
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Detroit ....... 4 3
Chicago ...... 4 3
Boston ....... 3 3
Washington ... 3 3
Philadelphia .. 3 3
New York ..... 3 3
Baltimore ..... 2 3
Cleveland ..... 2 3

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MICHIGAN
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 7, Detroit 2
Philadelphia 7, Washington 10
Only games scheduled.
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at New York
Cleveland at Baltimore, night
Washington at Philadelphia,
night
Only games scheduled

HELP WANTED
EXPERIENCED WAITER WANTED. Call
House Manager Sigma Phi. 3-4707.
)84H
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) 89H
MAKE $20.00 DAILY. Sell luminous
name plates. Write Reeves Co., Attle-
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1% blocks east of East Eng. )401
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ALTERATIONS on ladies garments. Ph.
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State. Alta Graves.

Cline cf ............
Ronan 2b..........
Finch 2b..........
Lepley rf.........
Eaddy 3b........
Corbett, lb, If, p ..
Pavichevich lb....
Tommelein if .....
Benedict ss.......
D. Leach c .......
Wisniewski p .....
Peterjohn p......
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love music in color by
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JOHN ERICSON
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AN M-G-M PICTURE,

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Cincinnati .... 4 2 .667
New York.....3 3 .500
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Chicago....... 2 2 .500
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Pittsburgh .... 2 5 .286

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 6, Pittsburgh 2
Philadelphia 6, Brooklyn 3
Milwaukee at Chicago, rain
Cincinnati 12, St. Louis 5 (six
innings)
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Brooklyn, night
New York at Pittsburgh, night
St. Louis at Cincinnati, night
Chicago at Milwaukee, night

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SAL SALVADOR ..............,....................5035
Jammering in jazz... ." " ..............................7007
Dixieland Jubilee.....,.............................7003
Memorable Sessions in Jazz. .....................5026
New sounds of the Old World.,.....................5019
Hot Jazz at Blue Note............. .................7005
New Sounds......... ..............................5010
Mellow the mood...................................5001
Out of the Back Room..*..............................7021

TREND LABEL

$3.00

o DAVE PELL OCTET
plays Irving Berlin...................................TL 1003
o CLAUDE THORNHILL plays G. Mulligan..............TL 1002
Q JERRY FIELDING and Orchestra....................TL1000
ALLEGRO LABEL $2.95
El Me4odies of DUKE ELLINGTON
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Q SARAH VAUGHAN

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Department of Speech Presents
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