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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JULY 23, 19^9

THE.M.C...AN.DAIL

They Still Drink Beer In Governor's Home Town

Major League Baseball Standings

distance and the diving. These
heats will be run off on successive
Mondays and Wenesdays.
Winner of each event adds 100
points to his score towards the In-
tramural championship. Second-
place receives 80, third place 60,
fourth place 40 and fifth place 20.
Students who have not yet entered
the competition may still enter as
many events as they choose.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet.
New York ............ 61 24 .718
Boston...............50 30 .625
Chicago...............48 36 .571
Cleveland............ 43 40 .518
Detroit .............. 42 44 .488
Washington .......... 36 52 .409
Philadelphia .......... 33 51 .393
St. Louis ............. 24 60 .286
Saturday's Results
Philadelphia 4-10, Detroit 2-11.
Washington 11, Cleveland 3.
Boston 6, St. Louis 3.
(Only games scheduled).
Sunday's Games
Philadelphia at Detroit.
New York at Chicago (2).
Washington at Cleveland (2).
Boston at St. Louis (2).

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L
Cincinnati ............ 51 30
Chicago..............45 41
St. Louis ....... .. 42 39
Pittsburgh...........41 38
Brooklyn ... .........40 39
New York ............ 41 42
Boston...............39 43
Philadelphia ..........25 52
Saturday's Results
Chicago 8, New York 7.
Brooklyn 7, St. Louis 2.
Pittsburgh 9, Boston 3.
Cincinnati 2, Philadelphia 0.
Sunday's Games
Chicago at New York.
Cincinnati at Philadelphia (2
Pittsburgh at Boston (2).
St. Louis at Brooklyn_ (2).

Pct.
.630
.523
.519
.519
.500
.494
.470
.325

2).

With one second-round match al-
ready completed, the remaining three
matches in the Intramural badmin-
ton tourney, will be played tomorrow,
moving the event into the quarter-
final stage.
Irwin Giffen downed Bob Slepian.
15-11, 15-11, in the match already
played. Earlier Giffen had beaten
N. Upton, 15-9, 17-4, while Slepian
had won from M. Huvanandana,
15-6, 15-12.
In matches that will be played to-
morrow, Dave Goldring will take on
Jerry Rosensweig; B. Indradat will
meet Earl McConnell at 4:45 p.m.;
and Paul Barada will meet C. M. Pel-
to at 4:15 p.m.
Goldring advanhced to the second
round by virtue of a default by C. L.
Nye, while Pelto won from Ken Wax,
15-12, 15-5. Rosensweig, Indradat,
McConnell and Barada all drew byes.

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Beer is a favorite beverage, apparently, in Charlotte, Mich., home town of Michigan's "dry" governor, Luren
Dickinson, for these earnest "pitch" players in Charlotte had glasses of beer before them when this picture
was made, at 10 aa. in one of the town's seven beer dispensaries. Hard liquor, however, is sold in only one
Charlotte club. The town, with a population of 5,307, is 20 miles southwest of Lansing, the state capital.

Stall, Maurer In Final Round
Of I-M Horseshoe Competition

having lapsed into EI

The Qualifying Examinations for
applicants for the Doctor of Educa-
tion Degree will be given on Satur-
day, July 29, at 9 o'clock. All gradu-
ate students who desire to take these
examinations are asked to leave their
names in my office, Room 4002 Uni-
versity High School, by July 27.
All members of Blue Key, national
Leadership Fraterniyt, aterding the
Summer Session are asked to meet
in' Room 302, Michigan Union, Fri-
day, July 28 at 7:30 p.m.
Ed. D. degree in Education. The
qualifying examination for educa-
tion students looking forwvard to the
degree of Doctor of Education will
be held on Saturday morning, July
29, at 8:00 in 1022 Universit'y High
School. Thoseex pecting to take this
examination are requested to leave
their names in the office of Profes-
sore Woody, 4000 UHS at their earl-
iest convenience.
Candidates for the Master's De-
gree in History. The language exam-
ination will be held at 4 p.m., Fri-
day, Aug. 4, in Room B, Haven Hall.
Please sign for the examination be-
fore July 28 in the History Depart-
ment Office, 119 Haven Hall.-
Candidates for the Teacher's Cer-
tificate to be recommended by the
Faculty of the School of Education
at the close of the Summer Session:
The Comprehensive Examination in
Education will be given on Saturday,
Aug. 5, atl9 o'clock in 1430 U.E.S.
Printed information regarding the
examination may be secured at the
School of Education office.
The University Bureau of Appoint-

Dallas Stall and Maurice Maurer
will meet at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday to
decide the Intramural horseshoe
singles championship by virtue of vic-
tories in their matches yesterday and
Friday.
Stall started out strong against
ments and Occupational Information
has received notice of the following
Michigan Civil Service examinations.
The last date for filing application
is noted in each case:
Institution Business Executive II,
salary range, $200-240, July 31.
Pianist C, salary range, $80-1Q0,
July 31.
Housemother C1, salary range, $95-
110, July 28.
Hearings Stenographer A, salary,
range: $130-150, July 31.
Florist B, salary range, $105-125,
July 28.
Institution Brace Maker A2, salary
range, $115-135, Aug. 1.
Institution Butcher B, salary;
range: $105-125, July 31.
Farrier B, salary range, $105-125,
July 31.
-Payroll Auditor I, salary range,
$150-190, Aug. 9.
Complete announcements on file P
at the University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Information,
201 Mason Hall. Office hours: 9-12
and 2-4.
University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Infor-
mation.
See BOB GACH
for Everything photographic
Nickels Arcade

Paul Bodenbender yesterday, but had
to rally to win the match after three
games. The score was 21-4; 14-21;
21-18. Stall had previously beaten
favored Tom Evans in three games
in the quarterfinals.
Maurer also was pushed to the lim-
it in his match with Norman Bshar-
ah, although he coasted in to vic-
tory in the final game. Tile score:
21-12; 14-21; 21-7. Mauter ad-
vanced to the semi-finals over Clin-
ton Crooks and R. C. Nunn, 21-12;
14-21; 21-15.
Play in the tourney so far has been
among the best yet, Intramural of-
ficials declare.
In the doubles tournament, five
teams are fighting it out for the title.
Stall has teamed up with Evans to
down a team composed of Maurer
and Nunn in the only match played
so far. Scores were 21-16; 9-21;
21-2. This victory has placed thel
team in the finals, owing to a bye in
the opening round.
In the upper bracket Jim Watkins
and Clinton Crooks are matched
against Ken Wax and Dave Goldring
in the first round. Winner of the
match is to take on Nichols and
Michelson in the semi-finals.

Steve Kionoski*
Golf Favorite
Steve Klonoski seems determined
to take the Intramural golf ' chaim-
pionship for the second straight
year. Defending champion in the
event, he toppled E. H. McLaughlin
from his path in the third round of
the championship flight yesterday
to go into the quarter-finals.
Only a few other matches have
been played so far in the third rounds
of both the championship and first
flights of the tournament, but most
of the second rounds matches are
completed. Intramural officials ex-
pect most of the third round matches
to be over by Tuesday, so that the
quarter-finals can begin either on
that date or Wednesday.
In matches played in the second
round of the championship flight,
Q. O. Gilbert downed Chuck Holton,
3-2, Bill Poppink took Ed Zahn, 6-5,
and Casey Carter defeated J. R. Law-
son, 7-6. Gilbert will now meet J. B.
Johnson to see who will battle Klo-
noski in the quarter-final, while
Poppink will meet Fred Dannenfelser
in what promises to be a feature
match. Carter will take on R. B.
Payne.

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