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THE MICHIGN AN -V

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AA Golf Title; Mi
Courtright Low Wolverine Qualifier;
Medalist Honors Won by Freshmen

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Doyle Dies
After Fight
With Sugar
CLEVELAND, June ,25-(R)-
Jimmy Doyle, a game little ring
campaigner from Los Angeles,
fought and lost his last battle to-
day as he succumbed to injuries
received in last night's World Wel-
terweight Championship Bout
with Ray (Sugar) Robinson,
Death came to the 22-year-old
Californian just 17 hours after he
had been floored by a left hook
in the eighth round of a bout he
hoped would carry him to the
championship.
His death marked the first time
in modern ring history that a box-
er was killed in a championship
bout.
Coroner Samuel R. Gerber said
Robinson would be arraigned im-
mediately on a technical man-
slaughter charge, and police hom-
icide members ordered the champ-
ion not to leave town.
Simultaneously, Mayor Thomas
A. Burke demanded a full report
of the fight from Andrew Putka,
Chairman of the Cleveland Box-
ing Commission.
Every effort was made to save
Doyle's life. He was operated on
last night by Dr. Spencer Braden,
noted Cleveland brain specialist,
in an effort to relieve a paralysis
of the respiratory center.

Entries For Summer Softball
Leagues Open Until June 30

By ARCHIE PARSONS
Louisiana State University took
the team title in the National Col-
legiate golf championships on the
University links yesterday, fin-
ishing with a four-man total of
606, while Michigan tied for fifth
place, posting a score of 618.
Bo Winninger, Navy veteran
from Oklahoma A. & M., and
Bob Harris of San Jose State in
California, two fine freshman
golfers, tied for medalist hon-
ors with a 36-hole total of 147,
as 64 men qualified for the
match play for the individual
title beginning today-
Bill Courtright of Michigan had
a 75-76-151 to take 12th place
among the qualifiers as five Wol-
verine golfers and a possible sixth
got in under the 158 needed to
qualify.
Ed Schalon followed Court-
right into the charmed circle with
a 77-76-153, while Pete Elliott,
Johnny Ludolph, and Dave Bar-
clay all made it with 157's. John-
ny Jenswold tied with 12 other
golfers at 158, and had to match
strokes with them in a "sudden-
death" play-off. At the end of two
holes, Jenswold and two others
were left, and they will resume
their struggle today.

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OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

L.S.U., after taking the lead
Tuesday, never relinquished it
and had an eight-stroke lead
over Duke University as the play
ended. Jack Coyle, an L.S.U.
freshman, led his team with a
148, third among all the play-
ers, while Joe Moore filed a 152,
and Jim Whittenberg and Gard-
ner Dickinson both came in with
153's.
Stanford, the defending champ-
ions, had to settle for third place,
while San Jose was fourth, Mich-
igan and Oklahoma A. & M. were
tied for fifth, and Ohio State was
two strokes behind in sixth. Last
year in the NCAA tournament,
Michigan nipped the Buckeyes by
one stroke for second.
One golfer finally managed to
snap par, which is 72 on the
Michigan course. He was-Rob-
ert Kinchla of Boston College,
who qualified for the match play
with a total of 152. Two others
racked up 72's for their day's
effort making seven in all who
hit the figure. Johnny Cohill of
Arizona and Coyle of the winn-
ing L.S.U. team, were the boys
who turned the trick.
Charlie Coe of Oklahoma Uni-
versity, winner of the recent
Trans- Mississippi tournament,
stamped himself as one of the fav-
orites for the individual champ-
ionship by scoring a 75-73-148,
just one stroke behind the medal-
ists.
The match play begins at 7:30
a. m. today with two rounds of 18
holes each narrowing the field
Diamonds
and c
Wedding
1Rings
7 17 North University Ave.
THE L. G. BALFOUR
STORE
"Your Official Jewelers"
Open every day -
Mlonday through Friday
1:30 until 5:00
110 ole of /he Official
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down 16. The play will contin-
ue until Sunday, when a 36-
hole final will be played. For
those who wish to go down to
the course, it is located on South
State St., just below the Field
House.
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Lowest scores were:
147-Winninger, Oklahoma A.
& M., and Harris, San Jose.
148 - Lind, Denver; Joyce,
Southern Methodist; Coe, Ok-
lahoma University; and Coyle
Louisiana State.
'149-Kempa, Oklahoma A.
& M.
150-De La Torre, Northwest-
ern; Pritchard, Knox; Fletcher
Wall, Duke; and McCarty, San
Jose.
151-Garth, Rice; Wampler,
Purdue; and Courtright, Michi-
gan.
152-Stafford, Oregon; Lamb-
ie, Stanford; Moore, L.S.U.;
Seyler, University of Miami;
Saunders, Ohio State; Kinchla,
Boston College; Collins, North
Texas State; Hawkins, Texas
College of Mines and Arts.
153 - Schalon, Michigan;
Whittenberg, L.S.U.; Rose-
crance, Stanford; Houdry,
Princeton; Bell, Colorado; Pol-
li, Ohio State; Besselink, Uni-
versity of Miami; Gardner,
UCLA; Rosburg, Stanford; and
Dickinson, LSU.

Michigan's sports-minded offi-
cials have mapped out a summer
intramural softball tournament
which will enable every man on
campus to play with a recognized
team.
According to Chuck Dailey,
intramural softball director,
there will be four leagues-Fra-
ternity, Residence Hall, Facul-
ty and Independent.
If a student is not affiliated with
an organization on campus, he
may still qualify for a berth on an
independent team, Dailey pointed
out. Several independent teams
are being formed by merely assem-
bling a group of students who
have expressed a desire to perform
on the softball diamond.

BEER
WINE

Team managers
their rosters at

must present
the Sports

ATTENTION
SUMMER STUDENTS
For Food That Satisfies
TRY
MILLER'S
BOXC LUNCH
and DELICATESSEN
Call 2-7171
We Deliver Anywhere,
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Building no.later than June 30.
Individuals who have not yet
been "signed up" by a team are
advised to contact Dailey im-
mediately.
South perry Field will be the
scene of daily soft ball action, with
initial play slated for July 1. The
teams will play two games per
week--six-41ning affairs.
As a result of last year's enthus-
iastic response, officials will again
pit the top squads from each of
the four leagues in an All-Campus
championship meet.
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distributor for
State of Michigan
Liquor Control
Commission at
MARSHALL'S
235 South State
Next to State Theatre

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DOUBLE FOR MEN; Newly decorated.
Available immediately for 'summer
and fall sessions. 2-7809, afternoons,
evenings. )25
ROOM AND BOARD available for men
at the Chi Phi Fraternity House,
1530 Washtenaw Ave. Fine accommo-
dations. Near campus. Reasonable
rates. Call 4295 and ask for either
Catherman or Morris. )22

ROOMS
dents.
300 N.

AVAILABLE for summer stu-
Phi Rho Sigma Fraternity,
Ingalls, phone 2-5695. )21

WANTED TO RENT
3-4 ROOM apartment, furnished or un-
furnished for medical student and
wife. Sept. 1 or sooner. Call Te-
cumseh 311 collect. ) 2
DOUBLE OR SINGLE room wanted
near campus for fall semester and
thereafter. Write Robert Ponitz,
1524 Park Ave., Bay City, Michigan. )6
MY MOMMIE and I would like lodg-
ings in Ann Arbor beginning with the
fall term of this year. Mommie is
a war widow and I am a four year
old boy.wMommie wants to complete
her education so that we may be
more certain of our future. Can you
help us? Write Jeff Knox, Lake O
Springs, N. Canton, Ohio. )9
MISCELLANEOUS
WHIZZER MOTOR BIKES for rent by
the hour or day. If you can ride a
bike you can drive a Whizzer. Bring
your driver's license, a $5.00 deposit
and anybody's girl friend to the
Mobilgas Station, South University at
Forest.-)3
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Phi Mu Alpha jeweled triangular
fraternity pin between East Engineer-
ing and MacDougalls. Reward. Box 1
Daily. )11
TRANSPORTATION
DRIVING TO Sault Ste. Marie July
3rd. If interested call Hewitt 5938
any evening. )20

(Continued from Page 3)
students interested in hearing and
speaking French are cordially in-
vited to our Thursday meetings,
which are free of charge.
Charles E. Koella
Coming Events
The first Fresh Air Camp Clinic
will be held on Friday, June 27,
1947. Discussions begin at 8 p.m.
in the Main Lodge of the Fresh
Air Camp located on Patterson
Lake. Any University students in-
terested in problems of individual
and group therapy are invited to
attend. The chief discussant will
be Dr. Valeria F. Juracsek from
the Neuropsychiatric Institute.
Respectfully yours,
William C. Morse
Camp Director
University Community Center
1045 Midway
Willow Run Village
Friday, June 27, 8:00 p.m. -
Duplicate Bridge. Regular group
meetings will be resumed next
week.
Dance Friday and Saturday
nights at the Michigan League
Casbah, 9:00-12:00 with Al Chase
and his Band. All students in-
vited either couples or single.
Those girls interested in being
hostesses for Friday of Saturday
night call Catherin Tillotson
2-2539. Meeting in social direc-
tor's office of the League at 8:30
Friday and Saturday -before the
dance.
The Graduate Outing Club will
meet for a hike on Sunday June
29th, 2:30 p.m. at the Northwest
Entrance of the Rackham Build-
ing. Please sign up before noon
on Saturday at the check desk in
the Rackham Building.

WELCME!
SUMMER STUDENTS
. ..fro . .
famous 2x4 hamburgs
...Featuring.
Hamburgers .. 20c Coffee
Hot Dogs ....15c Milk
Box Chicken -. 60c Soft Drinks
Steak Sandwich 40c-Cigarettes
FREE DELIVERY SERVICE
ON ALL ORDERS OF $2.00 OR MORE
from 9 P.M. to 1 A.M., 7 Days aWeek.
... For That Summer Picnic ...
We offer a SPECIAL PRICE on HOT DOGS
complete with buns and any trimmings you
desire- $1 .60 a dozen.
Let us handle your picnic supply worries.
1325S. University Phone 2-0008

Thursday, Friday,

WNITHAM'S
DRUGS
Corner S. University
and Forest
...for...
JUST
GOOD.
FOODj
"Breakfast at 7:30
at WITHAM'S

June 26, 27 - 8:30 P.M.
HILL AUDITORIUM
Box Office Opens 3 P. M.
Wednesday, June 25
Admission 45c (Tax Incl.)
Ticket Layaway Ph. 4121, Ext. 479
General House Admission Only

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