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SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1955

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Jaffe Stars in 6-3 Win;
llini Test Netters Today
Final Win Would Give Murphy's Squad
First Undefeated Season Since 1950

(Continued from Page 1)

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Dentice, 7-5, 7-5, after having a
set point in each of the two sets.
Dentice is another Indiana play-
er who specializes in retrieving,
r#turnirig the ball with madden-
ing regularity, and relying on his
steadiness to force his opponent
into errors.
Pete Paulus continued his un-
baten string, nipping another
sophomore, George Fryman, 7-5,
6-4.
'Although Fryman had a back-
court game that compared with
Psulus', he could not compete
against the Wolverine's drop shots
and good net volleys, which even-
tally proved to be the deciding
factor in the match.
First Doubles Lose
Michigan's top doubles combina-
tion of MacKay and Potter lost
tlieir first match of the season,
b6wing to Hironimus and Par-
chute, 5-7, 6-2, 6-1.
MacKay and Potter, who have
piovided Michigan fans with some
exciting tennis as they often had
to come from behind to win in
three sets, couldn't pull this match
out of the fire due partly to their
lackadaisical play.
Captain Bob Nederlander and
Mann, who were second doubles
Big Ten champs last year, had a
little trouble in the second set be-
fore winning over Martin and
luddleston, 6-2, 3-6, 6-2.
Jaffe and Paley also continued
their winning doubles streak,
downing Dentice and Fryman, 7-5,
6-3.-
.A win for the Wolverines over
Illinois today would give them
their first undefeated season since
1950.
The big match of the day will
idoubtedly be between MacKay
ahd the Illini number one man
Conrad Woods, number one singles
rumner-up in the Big Ten last
year.
Most Opposes Jaffe
"Fred Most, who returns to the
Illinois squad after service in the
United States Army, will oppose
Jaffe. Most was Big Ten number
three runner-up in 1952.
SAMUEL GOLDWYN'S
A *THE
BESTYEARS
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LIVES
An RKO Radio Pictures Re-release
MYRNA LOY
DANA ANDREWS

UCLA Nips
Relay Team
Special to The Daily
LOS ANGELES, Calif.-A Col-
iseum crowd of upwards to 65,000
saw U.C.L.A. nip Michigan's two
mile relay team here last night.
The sensational race, one of
many, was climaxed by a bril-
liant anchor lap duel between
Pete Gray and the U1clan's Bob
Seeman in which Gray was able
to forge ahead briefly on the final
turn only to be nipped at the tape
by inches.
The Wolverine team of Grant
Scruggs, John Moule, Hobe Jones,
and Gray turned in respective 880
times of 1:54.9, 1:50.5, 1:52.2, and
1:52.9. Total time was 7:30.6.

Roger Biefield, number one dou-
bles finalist with Woods in 1954,
will play Potter. John Greenleaf
will oppose Mann, Harry Brandt
will face Paley, and Jim VanTine,
Paulus.
The doubles line-up will have
MacKay a nd, Potter meeting
Woods and Most, Nederlander and
Mann against Biefield, and Van-
Tine, and Paley and Jaffe against
Greenleaf and Brandt.

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MARV WISNIEW SKI-
... one hitter

16 HITS TO ONE:
'M' Nine RoutsIndiana,_18-0

Special to The Daily
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The
Big Ten baseball race burst wide
open yesterday as four teams, in-
cluding Michigan, moved into con-
tention for the title.
While Michigan was blasting In-
diana, 18-0, here on Mary Wis-
niewski's one-hitter, Wisconsin
dropped league-leading Minneso-
ta, 11-2, and third place Ohio
State changed positions with
Michigan State, previously in sec-
ond place, by a 5-1 count.
This leaves Minnesota, Ohio
State, Michigan, and Michigan
State in the bid for the champion-
ship as the teams square off for
the final round of season games
this afternoon.
D6uble Headers
The key double header contests
will,pit the Wolverines against the
Buckeyes, the Gophers versus
Northwestern, and the Spartans
against cellar dwelling Indiana.
The Michigan-Ohio State duel
will be literally a dog-eat-dog bat-
tle as either team must win both
ends of the double bill to make a
serious threat for the champion-
ship.
Maize and Blue team spirits
soared in the overwhelming tri-
umph over the Hoosiers. Wisniew-
ski's tremendous pitching perform-
ance broke a three game losing
streak incurred at- the hands of
Michigan State last weekend, the.
team with which the Wolverines
now share third place.
No Hitter for Seven
Wisniewski -hurled no hit ball
until the seventh inning when
right fielder Duffy Franklin rapped
out a single. Only four other Hoo-
siers managed to reach base via
two walks and two errors.
Four I-M Crowns
Won This Week
Four intramural champions
were crowned this week.
Scott House won its first I-M
trophy in history by whipping
Allen-Rumsey, 3-0, in the fin-
als of the residence halls ten-

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Wolverine shortstop Moby Bene-
dict came roaring back to his pre-
vious slugging form as he gar-
nered four hits in five times at bat
including a terrific homerun blast
over the dead-centerfield fence.
The Hoosier pitching staff fell
completely apart as four hurlers
gave up fifteen bases on balls and
sixteen hits. Hardest hit was Dick
Wright, boasting a 2-0 record, who
gave up seven walks, as compared
with the two he had previously
issued all season, in the last three
innings while the Wolverines
,shoved across 11 runs.
Walks Only Two
In direct contradiction to the In-
diana trend, Wisniewski walked
only two while striking out eight,
five more than the Hoosier hurl-
ers could manage.
In yesterday's other Big Ten
Big Ten Standings
Ohio State ... 7 3 .700 1/
Minnesota ... 9 4 .692 --
MICHIGAN . . .8 5 .615 1
Michigan State 8 5 .615 1
Illinois.-..... 6 5 .545 2
Northwestern . 6 6 .500 21/2
Wisconsin .... 5 8 .500 21/
Purdue .....; 4 7 .363 4
Iowa ........ 3 8 .272 5
Indiana ...... 3 8 .272 5

contests Northwestern d o w n e d
Iowa, 12-6, and Illinois beat Pur-
due, 12-7. These teams will pair
off in the same order for today's
battles.
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INDIANA AB
Skeeters, 3b ......... 2
Franklin, rf .......,.. 4
Herring, ef .,.....4
Applegate, lb ....... 4
Jones, if.............3
Mead, ss ............3
Reed, 2b.............3
James, c ............. 3
Hayes, p............1
Summers, p ......... 0
French, p............0
Wright, p ........... 1
Mills*................1
TOTALS-..........29
*grounded out for French
MICHIGAN AB
Benedict, ss ......... 5
Fox, cf ....4
Cline, rf............. 3
Eaddy, 3b ........... 3
Tippery, 2b..........6
Tommele, If ....... 6
Vukovich, lb......... 3
Ronan..............90
Snider, c ............ 3
Szalwinski, c ........ 1
Wisniewski, p4.......4

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for modern living. Lot 66 Coachvile
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PACKAGE DEAL-Complete living room
furniture and dining room set for
only $160. Call NO 3-5174. )289B
FOR RENT
CAMPUS - APARTMENTS FOR MEN.
Furnished. Private baths. Available
June to Sept. or longer. $105 for 3.
$140 for 4 men. Phone NO 3-8454 aft-
er 1 P.M. )31C
DELUXE TWO-ROOM apartment, com-
pletely furnished, new and clean,
electric stove, semi-private bath,
building in the rear, private entrance,
$67.50 per month. Phone NO 2-9020.
)35C
ADULTS-Spacious, cool 5 room furn-
ished apartment to sub-let from June
10 to Sept. 15. Terrace, large private
grounds. 10 minute drive from cam-
pus. NO 2-0961 after 6. )370
CAMPUS-suites and rooms for men,
summer and fall. Refrigerator. 1019
Church. Call 8-6876. 39C
FURNISHED APT. 6 rooms near cam-
pus for 3 or 4 people will sublet for
the summer. Call 3-4145 Ext. D52 D
) 102D
FOR RENT -Summer apartment on
campus. Three men. Four rooms, call
Larry Harris. NO 3-3307 or NO 3-
8213. 1011D

FOR RENT
APT. FOR 3 MEN-June through Sep-
tember. On campus. Cali Mike NO 2-
3241 between 8 P.M. and 10 P.M.
)100D
GOING TO NEW YORK CITY this sum-
mer? Have fine apt, bedroom (2 or 3
people) kitchen, bath, living room, 4
closets $110 per month. Available
after June 1 until Sept. Write Lunn,
1234 Gimbel Bldg. Phila. 7, Penn.
)99D
APARTMENTS FOR RENT --||ummer
students apartment near campus. 3
or 4 people. Available June to Sep-
tember. Call NO 2-5029. )98D
CLEAN 3-ROOM FURNISHED APT. on
campus for rent June 15 until Sept.
1 or 15. Prefer quiet married couple.
No children or pets. Call NO 2-7395.
)105D
APARTMENT in exquisite section of
city. 5 rooms, plus kitchen, bath,
foyer, veranda, and walled garden.
Garage and private entrance. Fully
furnished. $45 monthly, utilitiep in-
cluded. Students and University em-
ployees need not apply. Phone Mrs.
Swingle at NO 2-3241, ext. 28. )40C
TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED APART-
MENT for summer. Ten minutes from
campus. Children permitted. Richard
Teevan, NO 3-2915. )41C
ROOMS FOR RENT
BY DAY-WEEK-MONTH. Campus Tour-
ist Homes. 518 E. William. Student
rooms also available. 1*O 3-8454. )66D
MALE STUDENTS-
Going to summer school? Working
in AA this summer? Need a good
place to live? Call NO 8-7683 or come
to 1412 Cambridge Road. )84D
FURNISHED 2-ROOMS on campus June
10-Sept. 10. Summer session. Phone
NO 2-9272 after 7 P.M. )91D
TWO DOUBLE ROOMS for four boys.
Summer only. Everything furnished,
including linen, telephone, refrig-
erator, sunporch, small study room.
$8.50 each. 820 E. University, NO
8-7391. )96D
3 MEN to share 4-room apt. June 1-
Sept. 1. Large kitchen, private bath
and shower. 2 blocks from campus.
NO 3-8455 or NO 3-1511, Ext. 2921.
)95D
TWO STUDENTS to share large, 3-
room apartment for summer session.
Close to campus. $30 per person.
Phone NO 3-8497 between 5 and 7.
)94D
MEN desirable single and double, sum-
mer rates. Close to law quad. Phone
NO 2-0631. )104D
ROOMERS wanted for summer session
in fraternity house. All house facili-
ties available. Call Jim Ziegler 3-4295.
103D

ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOMS for the summer. Fraternity
house one block from Law Quad.
Call 8-8612 or 2-7817. Ask for house
manager. 38C
ROOMS in fraternity house available
June 15-Sept. 15. $5 per week, $40 for
summer. Call NO 3-5806. ) 97D
MEN STUDENTS-Rooms for rent, sum-
mer and fall. Shower. 1315 Cambridge
Road. )106D
ROOMS FOR SUMMER. Cooking privi-
leges. One-half block from campus.
417 E. Liberty. )107D
ROOM AND BOARD
SUMMER SESSION roomers and/or
boarders wanted., Rent $35 for eight
weeks, board $112.80 with refunds for
uneaten meals. Call Jim Burnett, NO
2-9431. )22E
ROOM AND/OR BOARD. Fraternity
house opening for the summer, good
food, ideal location. Call NO 2-3236
for details.)
MEN, interested in international liv-
ing? Openings for summer at Nel-
son house. Professional cook. Roomn
and board $75, Call NO 3-8506 between
5 and 7 p.m. )25E
FRATERNITY HOUSE-Open for sum-
mer students. Suites and rooms.
Meals served in the house. very rea-
sonable rates. Located one block
from Michigan Union. Call NO
2-3297 and ask for Jack Price. )23E
HELP WANTED
STUDENTS
Earn $75-$150 weekly during summer
participating in national sales pro-
gram. Free training. Car essential. No
canvassing. Not books, cosmetics, or
magazines. Career opportunities avail-
able. Mr. Larman. NO 3-8506. )68H
PART TIME laboratory technician. Uni-
versal Die Casting and Manufactur-
ing Corporation, 232 Monroe St., Sa-
line, Mich., Saline 280. )72H
WANTED-Piano teacher, B.M. or M.M.
In private well established school, in
Detroit vicinity. Please write for in-
terview Box 40. )73H
BUSINESS SERVICES
HI-F1
Components and Service
Audiophile, net prices
TELEFUN KEN
Hi-Fi, AM-FM shortwave radios
Service on all makes of
radios and phonographs
Ann Arbor Radio & TV
1217 S. University Phone NO 8-7942
1 blocks east of East Eng. )14J

BUSINESS SERVICES
R. A. MADDY-VIOLIN MAKER. Fine
instruments. Accessories. Repairs. 310
S. State, upstairs. Phone NO 2-5962.
)10I
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED--Girl's English bicycle in ex-
cellent condition. Call NO 2-7864. )9K
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED-A party to drive car to
Berkeley, California. Approximately
July 1 and return to Ann Arbor ap-
proximately Sept. 15. Call NO 2-4048.
)58
USED CARS
1951 BUICK CONVERTIBLE. Dynaflow.
Power seats and windows, whitewall
tires. Radio aind heater. Phone NO
2-0224. )38N
1953 PONTIAC HARD-TOP. Two-tone
green. Heater. Hydramatic, low mile-
age. New tires. Real Sharp. The big
lot across from downtown carport.
Huron Motor Sales, 222 W. Washing-
ton, NO 2-4588. )S5N
1953 WILLYS, two-door. Heater. Hydra-
matic. 12,000 actual mil2s. Real sharp.
The big lot across from downtown
carport. Huron Motor Sales, 222 W.
Washington, NO 2-4588. )53N
1953 CHEVROLET Station Wagon. Ra-
dio and heater. 20,000 miles. Two-tone
green. Real nice. The big lot across
from downtown carport. Huron Motor
Sales, 222 W. Washington, NO 2-4588.
)54N
1947 STUDEBAKER 2 door, maroon
finish, good condition $150. Call NO
3-2804 after 5 P.M. )N
1949 FORD four-door Sedan. No money
down. Doug Gregory's Ford Sales,
Saline, Mich., Call Saline 301. )63N
1949 MERCURY Club Coupe. No money
down. Doug Gregory's Ford Sales,
Saline, Mich., Call Saline 301. )621
1939 DODGE Sedan, Radio and heater.
$75. Fitzgerald-Jordan, Inc., 607 De-
troit St., NO 8-8141. )66N
1939 TWO-DOOR Plymouth. Good run-
ning condition. $60. No 3-2913. )65N
EMERGENCY makes sale necessary im-
mediately. Beautiful 1949 Chevrolet
only 33,000 miles. See Breck, 547 S.
Ashley. )67N
TRAVEL
WANT RIDERS or drivers to Alaska or
waypoints. Leaving June 1 or 2. 1955
car. Call John, NO 3-5341. )5S
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MICHIGAN.......021 202 254-18 16 2
Indiana ..........000 000 000-- 0 1 2

Hopeful Linksters Face Titans
In Last Dual Meet of Season

By STEVE HEILPERN
With Big Ten tournament time
only a week away, today's Mich-
igan-University of Detroit golf
match should answer some ques-
tions.
The Michigan coach will soon
have to decide which six men will
compete in the "big one, "and to-
day's away clash with the Titans
at Detroit's Grosse Isle Country
Club, the Wolverines' last tune-
up for the meet, may make his
decision easier-or harder to make.

Katzenmeyer intends to use the
services of all eight of his men,
giving them a last chance to prove
themselves.
The Wolverines, seeing their
first competition in two weeks,
have been practicing vigorously at
the University Golf Course, and
have solved some of their in-
dividual problems. Katzenmeyer
has been encouraged by what he
has seen recently, but is still wary
of what can happen in competi-
tion.
Steve Uzelac, who shot a sizz-
ling 68 last Sunday, and senior
Andy Andrews have been particu-
larly outstanding of late. Neither
made the last road trip with the
squad.
Ray Conlon, Captain Ron Stet-
ler and Ray Maisevich are expect-
ed to supply most of the punch
for Detroit.
Scores
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 11, Cleveland 4
Kansas City 1, Chicago 0
Washington 3, Boston 1
New York 7, Baltimore 5
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 4, Milwaukee 2
Cincinnati 10, St. Louis 7
Philadelphia 5, Brooklyn 3
New York 6, Pittsburgh 3

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