THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, JULY 13, 19?9
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Minor Leagues Dedicate Museum, Library At Cooperstown
Profs And Faculty Deadlocked
For Lead In American League
A deadlock for first place in the
American League was still unbroken
yesterday as a result of victories by
the Profs and Faculty teams.
Both winners piled up impressive
Tr well Bids
For Swim Title
Don Treadwell seems determined to
make it a one-man's show in the
summer men's swimming competi-
tion, but he is getting plenty of com-
petition from Bill Tull, Gordon Gree-
son and Don Currie.
Treadwell added two seconds in
yesterday's competition to the first
that he won Monday in the 25-yard
free style, and now leads in total
points for the entire competition
with,260 points. Tull stroked the 25-
yard back event ahead of Treadwell
yesterday in 13:07 seconds.
George Paul beat our Treadwell in
the second event, .the 25-yard breast
stroke, with a time of 15:06 seconds
for the distance. Tull and Currie
finished in the runner-up positions
in this race.
Because the breast-stroke event
was moved up from next Monday by
the competitors' request, the entire
schedule of events will be shifted for-
ward, with possibly an eleventh event
scores to retain thei two-way tie for
the league leadership.
The Faculty, behind the pitching
of Clarence Munn, Michigan line
gpach, defeated the Snipes, 11-2 while
the Profs were winning over the
Chemistry team, 7-0.
In the remaining game, the Physics
failed to enter the winning column,
dropping their third straight game
to the Mugs 9-8. Drause pitched for
the winners while Neifert did the
catching. Losing battery was Edzer-
ton and Taras.
Wolverines vs. Red Sox
Eskimos vs. Super Dupers
10 Old Men vs. Tigers
Physical Eds. vs. Tappan Reds
Browns vs. Tappan Blues
Michigan Daily vs. Theta Xi
W L Pct.
Profs ....... ....'.. . 3 0 1.000
Basebalf went back to the Civil War days as the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues
dedicated their library and musium in a centennial celebration at Cooperstown, N.Y. Left to right: Mike Kelly,
owner of the Minneapolis American Association Club; K. M. Landis, baseball's high conunissioner; Walter
Reuther, Pacific Coast League; and Joe Hauser, American Association.
Favorites Triumph As Tennis
Meet Goes Into Second Round
With most of the "favored" players
coming through as expected in the
opening round, competitors in the
men's Intramural singles tennis tour-
ney will go into the second round to-
morrow or Friday, it was announced
yesterday by I-M officials.
Headed by J. F. Thomson, last
year's champion, almost all of the
men advanced in the tourney had
been favored as a result of available
information of' their past records.
Thomson defeatedhGerald Middy;
6-2, 6-1, and will oppose W. Row-
land in this weekend's competition.
Al Melov set back Grant Nelson, 6-0,
6-1, and Chuck.Dolph won a hard-
fought victory from C. Posada, 6-4,+
In two of the feature matches ofr
the play so far, J. R. Kidwell, former
'Michigan player, crushed seeded BillI
McNabb 6-1, 6-2, and R. Van Nord-
stand downed seeded Bob Nunn, 6-3,
6-4. Kidwell will meet Jim Bourquin'
in his next match. Borquin came'
through in form to win over E. H.
McLaughlin, 6-2, 6-3. N. Upton upsetl
Bob Luery 6-1, 8-6.7
One of the feature matches in the
second round will bring together Dick7
Latta and C. M. Pelto. Latta nosed
out Dick Mead in a furiously-contest-
ed battle, 7-9, 12-10, 6-4, and Pelto
won from M. Prince, 6-0, 6-1.
First round results:7
Thomson def. Middy, 6-2, 6-1.
Rowland def. G. Houston, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3
J. Faustina def. A. Hakenen 6-0, 6-3
W. Klunzinger def R. Vanderlinde,
A Melov def. G. Nelson 6-0, 6-1
Dolph def. Posada, 6-4,.7-5
R. Weisman def. R. Freedman (deflt)
M. Roberts def. J. Horner (default)
R. Windsor def. R. Bohr 4-6, 6-2, 6-1
D. Jeffrey def. J. Marshall 6-4, 4-6, 6-1
P. Brown def. F.rHazen, 6-2, 3-6, 6-4
F. Weeks def. E. Dandridge, 6-2, 6-2
N. Upton def. R. Luery, 6-1, 8-6
W. Connolly def. L. Schaffer, 6-1, 6-0
A. Brand def. R. Highberger, 7-5, 6-0
E. Scott def. J. Sykes 6-0, 6-2
D. Smith def. V. Bottom, 6-1, 6-0
P. Lindquist def. L. Lubersky, 6-3, 9-7
D. Kiliner def. D. Rice, (default)
C. Sams def. C. Decker, 6-0, 6-3
Pelto def. Prince, 6-0, 6-1
Latta def. Mead, 7-9, 12-10, 6-4
McGavock def Rosenweig 6-1, 2-6, 6-4
J. Stoder def. J. Porter 6-0, 6-0
Bourquin def. McLaughlin 6-2, 6-3
Kidwell def. McNabb, 6-1, 6-2r
Van Nordstrand def. R. Nunn, 6-4, 6-4
E. Treat def. R. Sell (default)
T. Dixon def. J. Schwarzwalder
T. Xoomsai def. A. Stanford
Times and places have not yet been
decided upon for the second round
matches, although Intramural offi-
cials plan to hold them this weekend.
Players may arrange their own mat-
ches and places, however, it was stat-
ed, if I-M officials are notified of
the plans. Players are asked to report
their scores immediately upon com-
pletion of their matches.-
Second round pairings are as fol-
Thomson vs. Rowland
Treat vs. Faustina
Klunzinger vs. Melov
Dolph vs. Weisman
Roberts vs. Windsor
Eggert-Round winner vs. Jeffrey
Brown vs. Sharrard-Currie winner
Meeks vs. Upton
Connolly vs. Brand
Scott vs. Lawson-Hicks winner
Smith vs. Ed Brower
Lindquist vs. Watkins-Vett winner
Kiliner vs. Stall-Alilunas winner
Dixon. vs. Sams
Pelto vs. Latta
McGavock vs. Stoder
Nordstrand vs. Xoomsai
Bourquin vs. Kidwell
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See BOB GACH
Competition in the men's Intra-
mural badminton tournament will
open Monday with three matches.
Eleven men have entered the tour-
First Round pairings are as fol-
M. Huvanandha vs. R. Slepian
(4:15 p.m., Court 1).
N. Upton vs. Irwin Giffen (4:15
C. Pelto vs. Ken Wax (5:15 p.m.,
The second round will bring the
winners of therHuvanandha-Slepian
and Upton-Giffen matches together,
and will bring the following pairings:
C. L. Nye vs. J. Rosensweig.
B. Indradat vs. Earl McConnell.
Paul Barada vs. winner of Pelto-
Miss Rowe In Semi-Finals
DETROIT, July 12.--(P)-Marjorie
Row, 17-year-old Detroit high school
student and favored "dark horse" of
the current Women's State Golf
Tournament advance dto the semi-
final round of the State champion-
ship today by eliminating Mary Wall.
16 Model Boats In Race
DETROIT, July 12.-(P)- Sixteen
boats have been entered in, the Inter-
national Model Yacht Racing Union's
three-day regatta which opens at
Belle Isle Thursday. Yachtsmen
from Scotland, Ireland, Canada and
the United States have supmitted.
Chemistry..... . . .. 1
to be added, Intramural
said. Competition in the
free style will be held next
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Special Typewriter Rental Rates to Students''
Special prices on Student Supplies
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Scotch Mutton Broth
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Hamburger and Spaghetti Assorted Rolls or Bread
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(Choice of One)
Mashed Potatoes Corn on the Cob
Baked Beans Little Gem Peas Diced Carrots
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Little Gem Peas I
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White Flannel Trousers . . 20% Discount
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