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Ahead in

N CAA Match Play

Tennis Tourney Included.
In I-M Summer Program
Calling all tennis players on campus!
That's the latest cry emanating from the ever-active Intramural
Department where plans have already been formed for an all-campus
tournament in tennis, squash, and badminton for the summer student4
. The deadline for all entrants is June 30, reports A. C. Bundgaard,
intramural tennis director. Singles and doubles events will be inaug-

urated the following day.
Bundgaard announced that the
pairings would have to be drawn
on an unseeded basis inasmuch
as he has no idea of the strength
of the participants.
Pairings To Be Posted
He indicated, however, that per-
mission would be granted to any
two men, who would like to play
together on the same doubles
A roster with the final pairings
will be posted on the main bulletin
board of the Sports Building im-
mediately after the registration
Pink eligibility cards, which may
be procured at the Sports Build-
ing, must be filled out by all pro-
spective competitors by June 30.
Outdoor Tennis
Tennis matches may be played
on any of the Ann Arbor courts,
but the squash and badminton-
clashes will be reeled off at the
Sports Building.
In addition to these individual
tournaments, there will also be in-
tramural action in golf, paddle-
ball, and handball. Team com-
petition will prevail this summer
in softball, volleyball, and basket-
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Women, Too
The fair sex will have an op-
portunity. tonight. to. match
their athletic prowess against
the men-that is, if their dates
take them to the Sports Build-
ing from 7 to 9:30 p.m.
For tonight and every Friday
evening during the summer is
"co-recreational" night, Howie
Leibee, Intramural director, has
On these specified evenings,
men are permitted to bring
their wives or girl friends to
the Sports Building where use
of such facilities as the swim-
ming pool, basketball courts,
tennis, fencing, golf driving,
and weight lifting may prove to
be of mutual enjoyment.
'M' Net Mentor.
To Defend Title
FLINT-(P)--Bob Dixon, tennis
coach at the University of Michi-
gan, posted his entry to defend his
Michigan closed singles title' at
the Flint Tennis Club tournament
July 4-6.
He was also co-holder of the
doubles championship in 1946 with
Kim Peterson, of Ann Arbol.
Bill Mikulich, captain of Michi-
gan's 1947 tennis team, today de-
feated William Schock of St.
Louis, 8-6, 6-3, in one of the
quarter-final matches of the tri-
state tennis tournament now be-
ing held here.



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LUNCH 11:00-1:30
DINNER 5:00-7:00.
Opposite the Arcade,

Ludolph Upsets Houdry's Streak;
Elliott, Barclay, Schalon Also Win -
y ARHIE PARSONS ting Wolverine performance. Bill's a 71, when Winingers eagle :
Four Wolverines-Pete Elliott37 on the first nine was good three on the 460-yard 18th for a
> dav alaydviln Ldo th, send enough to give him a one-up mar- a 74 was not quite good enough. a
z nd Scalon-adancd to the se gin at that point, but he lost that Earliei in the day, both menh
ondirond of atchlayCoregte when the French-born Houdry advanced to the second round. h
individual National Collegiate won the 14th. Ludolph got back Wininger scored a 71, but had a o
golf championship on the Mich- the lead on the 16th, and then tough time disposing of Gardner v
igan links yesterday, establishing matched Houdry's birdie on the Dickinson of LSU, while Harris
Michigan as the only team to have last hole to win. The Wolverine mauled Fred Fassnacht of North-
four men in the tourney at this had a 37-38-75 for the round, western, 7 and 6. -
point. while Houdry carded a 38-38-76. In what promises to be one t
Thirty-six schools were repre- Elliott's 4 and 3 victory over of the best battles of the day, 6
ented, and both Stanford and Elots4ad3vcoyoe
Michigand bive menfardthn Robert Kinchla of Boston Col- Charles "Babe" Lind of Denver,a
v had five men ash lege was the most decisive Wol- the pr -tourney favorite, meetst
11 play began yesterday morning Howard Saunder of OhioStea
while the newly-crowned 194 verine victory of the day.
.NCAA team champions, Louisi Kinchla had turned in a 71, co-medalist w ih Michigan's
41 Schalon in the Big Nine. Lind
ana States, had four. Stan- lowest score in the tourney thus cha n neaey
DAVE BARCLAY - Wolverine far, just the day before. Pete had an easy time with John
captain who was one of the four ford and LSU lost two men in Harper of Penn State, winning
Mcgaswnestadacin the first round, while Michi - was one-up for the first nine rhe fPn tae inn
Michigan swingers to advance in ga's Bill Courtright dropped with a 39, and then birdied the 4 and 3, while Saunders beat
NCAA match play yesterday at o a cose bt with 13th, 14th, and 15th holes to sew Owen Panner of Oklahoma Uni-
the University course out after a close battle with up the contest right there. versity, 3 and 2. i
Hre After being even at the end of Two of the favorites weren
Johnny Jenswold, the sixth te rs bing Bvenlay theed f knocked out yesterday. They wereN
Di1 ag, Slaughter Maize and Blue golfer who had a the first nine. Barclay picked up the southpaw Loddie Kempt of
chance to make the golden list of twholes Ronete bc ninfo Oklahoma A. & M. who lost to t
Poll M6ost Votes 4 golfers, lost out in a "sudden whip Bob Rosecrance of Stanford, Big Bill Campbell of Princeton,P
death" playoff for the 64th spot two up. Both players had 38's two up, and Gerald Joyce of SMU,
CHICAGO, June 26-UP)--Vot- yesterday morning. going out, while Dave equalled who was defeated by Harvie Ward W
te Elliott, Ludolph, and Barclay par with a 36 coming in for a 74 of North Carolina, one up. Kempa
ing in 193 centers to determine the all were seeded first-round score. had qualified with a 149, while
starting lineup for the 14th ann- matches against men who had Ed Schalon disposed of Louis Joyce had scored 148.
uel All-Star game ended at mid- qualified with lower scores, but Graff of Ursinus without too
night tonight with Joe DiMaggio, the came through to win ex- much trouble, 3 and 2, after
eelflnt performances. being three up at the end of the
New York Yankees, and Enos Ludolph's one-up victory over first nine. Ed had a 38 for that WELCOME
Slaughter, St. Louis Cardinals, Princeton's Jacques Houdry, who part of the course, while Graff
running ahead of all opposition in had won 14 consecutive matches scored a 40. STUDENTS!
the latest count. up to yesterday, was the outstand- Corky Courtright, who had the
lowest Michigan qualifying score, Let us style your hair to fit
151, had some though luck in his your appearance!! Plenty of
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up his ball. He lost the hole and Between State and
MISCELLANEOUS . LOST AND FOUND was two down at the turn. When Michigan Theatres
LOST: Phi Mu Alpha jeweled triangular Ernst won the 17th, Corky was
WHIZZER MOTOR BIKES for rent by frertypnbtenEsEgner eliminated, 2 and 1.
the hour or day. If you can ride a fraternity pin between East Engineer-seiiae,2ad1 ______ __________
bike you can drive a Whizzer. Bring ing and MacDougalls. Reward. Box 1 In the second round matches
your driver's license, a $5.00 deposit Daily. )1 beginning at 9 a.m. today, Lu-
and anybody's girl friend to the dolph plays Warren MacCarty
Mobilgas Station, South University at FOR RENT of San Jose, and Elliott meets
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Phone 2-4666. rates. Call 4295 and ask for either Hebert of LSU, racking up a 3- .
Catherman or Morris. )22 under par 33 on the first nine. PICEar
WATE - H s neofth uttadigPRICES1
WANTED ROOMS AVAILABLE for summer stu- He is one of the outstanding 25c until 5 P.M.
bike. Cal dents. Phi Rho Sigma Fraternity, golfers of the Southwest. *
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22_______g.- of Oklahoma A. & M., who upset
'MEN BOARDERS at 548 So. State. Next WANTED TO RENT one of the favorites yesterday, * Show TODAY
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H ELP WANTED wife. Sept. 1 or sooner. Call Te- ing the qualifying rounds. Schalon "THE CHASE"
cumseh 311 coilect. )2 takes on Tony Langan of Syra-
Expansion program requires several DOUBLE OR SINGLE room wanted cuse, who disposed of Northwest- and
Methods Engineers with experience in near campus for fall semester and erns Manuel de la Torre, one of Cornel Wilde in
Motion Analysis and Modern Assem- thereafter. Write Robert Ponitz, the Big Nine's outstanding golf- "BANDIT OF SHER- q
bly Line Techniques. Write letter 1524 Park Ave., Bay City, Michigan. )6 ers, in the first round yesterday. WOOD FOREST"
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partment, Toledo 12, Ohio. )10 fall term of this year. Mommie is Bob Harris of San Jose State,
a war widow and I am a four year who tied for medalist honors
BABY SITTER Monday through Fri- old boy. Mommie wants to complete in a special 18-hole playoff to
day 1 to 5 p.m. Mrs. Tewes 720 S. her education so that we may be
see who would Itake home the
State. Call 2-2035 for appointment. more certain of our future. Can you i
)13 help us? Write Jeff Knox, Lake OIi the qualifying rounds, met
Springs, N. Canton, Ohio. )9 low-score cup. Harris won with
PART TIME display man. Must be_ -----
for appoi tnt.writer. Phone 216 'CONTINUOUS DAILY FROM 1 P.M.
ADVANCED SPANISH student as read- Now Always
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Nelson, Apt. 719, University Terrace
any afternoon. )23 BRACKE N PR CANE
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1947 LINCOLN Sedan. Driven from Coming RONALD REGAN - ALEXIS SMTH
California. Due to illness owner
must return by train. Cash only. Sunday! STALLION R AD"
Contact Dr. Austin, Phi Rho Sigma. g
25695, with references. )17
Ri*d*ing a Bike Saves Time I
- rtwo miles from the Campus means
( '1 a pleasant twelve-minute ride
of moonlight rides and weekend
.*,jaunts up the Huron River Drive
by hour, week, month

June 26, 27 - 8:30 P.M.

Thursday, Friday

By The Associated Press
Brooklyn swept into the Nation-
al League lead last night by drop-
ing the Boston Braves into sec-
ond place with an 8-6 decision in
free hitting slugfest. Ernie Bon-
ham, New York Yankee cast-off,
hurled his second straight shut-
out to lead Pittsburgh to an 8-0
victory over the Cubs.
* * *
Cincinnati's Ewell Blackwell
chalked up his tenth straight vie-
.ory as he checked the Cardinals.
6-3. Three Cardinal errors en-
abled the Reds to get away to a
two-run lead in the first inning
and they never were headed.
In the American League, Joe
Coleman, the A's rookie right-
hander, turned back the pace-set-
ting New York Yanks, 4-2. Wash-
ngton defeated the Red Sox in a
night game, 7-3, to present Bobo
Newsom his fourth victory of the
season against six defeats. Al Get-
tel hurled the Indians into fourth
place, setting down the White
Sox with four hits as the Tribe
won, 9-1.

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Wednesday, June. 25
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