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MYV 2, 1947

CH MIHI G AN DA ILY

SPORTSCRIBBLES
By ARCHIE PARSONS
SINCE WE DON'T GO TO PRESS around this place on Sunday or
Monday evenings, I was robbed of the pleasant task of writing
about Dave Barclay's great performance in winning the National Col-
legiate golf championship last Sunday. However, after tramping
around that course behind the guy for three days, and rationalizing
that it is better late than never, I figure that I am entitled to this
little whim.
His victory was definitely a surprise. Now, before you start
running over here telling me you called the turn a week ago Sun -
day, let me say that I didn't run into you down on the links those
last couple of days. Everybody wanted him to win, but no one
was risking any wealth on the matter until Dave walked off the
36th green a champion Sunday. I rather wonder if Dave wasn't
bit skeptical himself of his chances.
The only two people who seemed sure of his victory, outside of
his wife who I am sure knew it all the time, were Bill Courtright and
Ed Schalon, his teammates. Friday they were figuring what they were
going to do after Dave won Sunday. But that's just brotherly love.
EVEN BERT KATZENMEYER, the Wolverine golf coach, had a face
as long as the 36-hole walk I took Sunday. When Dave was three
up on the last nine, I asked him how he felt, and he said sorrowfully,
"It just takes one shot to turn this thing around." After Coyle sank
that 50-foot chip on the 35th, I knew what he meant.
If you read the various "morning after" sports pages around
this section, you learned that it was his approach shots, or his
changed putting style, or his familiarity with the course that won
for him. Why didn't they help sooner? Dave was, only one stroke
under the maximum qualifying score. Maybe he just got "hot"
all of a sudden-in that weather it wasn't hard. No, Dave is too
much like Old Man River--the same tendency to roll along.
TENACITY, that's my answer. For instance, in the quarter-finals
against Princeton's Bill Camnbell, Dave was never ahead until he
Won on the 18th green. It was the same story in the morning round
against Coyle. Down on the first nine, he was one up at lunchtime.
Tnree up on the last nine in the afternoon, he watched Coyle cut that
to a one-hole lead, tonped by that shot on the 35th. Calmly, he halved
the 36th to win, while a lot of the gallery, including me, was gingerly
peeking between fingers as he shot.
I guess tenacity is just another word for that competitive spark
which is the mark of every champion, and Dave is certainly tons under
pressure-as his new title plainly shows.
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Benton Pitches
Three-Hitter
As Tigers Win

I-M SPO TIFOLItO

Giants MAul
Phillies Nip

Braves;
Dodgers

By The Associated Press
Bjg Al Benton allowed only
three hits yesterday in earning
his fifth triumph of the year as
the Detroit Tigers defeated the
Chicago White Sox, 2-1, for a split
of their two game series. Since
neither the Yankees or the Red
Sox were scheduled to play, the
Bengals picked up a half game on
both teams.
Meanwhile, Hoot Evers, Tiger
outfielder who was hit in the head
by a pitched ball last Sunday, was
sent home from the hospital yes-
terday. It was announced that
Evers would not be sufficiently
recovered to play ball for the next
ten days.
The Cleveland Indians beat the
St. Louis Browns in a night game
last night, 9-3, with a five-run
seventh inning.
In the National League, the Bos-
ton Braves and the Brooklyn Dod-
gers were thrown into a tie for
first place, as both teams suffer-
ed losses. Blasting out five home
runs, the New York Giants crush-
ed the Braves, 15-3, in a night
game that was called at the end
of the seventh inning because of
rain. Bob Thomson, Willard Mar-
shall, Buddy Kerr, Walker Cooper,
and Johnny Mize were, as usual
the blasters. Tommy Holmes hit
two homers and a triple for the
Braves.
The Phillies collected only six
hits, but two of them, along with
five walks in the sixth inning, pro-
duced five runs and enabled the
Quakers to nip the Dodgers, 5-3.
Brooklyn's Jackie Robinson ex-
tended his hitting streak to 18
games with a seventh-inning sin-
gle.
The Pittsburgh Pirates lost to
the St. Louis Cardinals last night,
2-1, on a ninth-inning homer by

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Coach Ernie McCoy has an-!
nounced that an organizaitonal
meeting for all men who have
signed up to play intramural bas-
ketball this summer will be held
today at 4 p.m. at the IM build-
ing
The IM summertime basketball'
tournament, which will decide
Michigan's hot weather c a g e
champions, will swing into action
next Monday, July 7. An import-
ant feature of the summer's play
which should lure all the boys
who like to "play for play", is that
all members of the championship
squad w i l1 receive individual
awards.
Singles pairings for the IM
summer tennis tourney are now
posted on the main bulletin
board in the sports building.
Doubles listings are not yet
ready and will be released later
in the week. A consolation tour-
nament, which will be open to
losers in the first round, will
run concurrently with the
championship play.{
The athletic department also
announced that the tennis courts
at Ferry Field are now being re-
surfaced and will be ready for
use in about ten days. In the
meantime, the four varsity courts

have been opened to the general
public, and will be available seven
days a week from 1-8 p.m. Reser-
vations can be made by calling
9423. The fee for students and
faculty is 25c per person per hour,
while the general public will be
charged a slightly higher amount.
Recreational swimming and
general instruction will be avail-
able to all students this sum-
mer at the IM pool which will
be open daily from 2-5:30 p.m.,
and from 9 a.m. to noon Sat-
urdays.
Fridays, from 7-9:30 p.m., the
pool is available to all students,
wives, and girl friends.
Instrutcion will be offered to
those students interested in learn-
ing how to float, tread water, and
swim the backstroke, also to those
interested in obtaining the Junior
or Senior Red Cross life saving
awards.
Lions Get Zimmermani
PHILADELPHIA, July 1.-( --
Quarterback Roy Zimmerman,
long the passing arm of the Phil-
adelphia Eagles, was traded to the
Detroit Lions today in a surprise
move by Coach Earle (Greasy)
Neale.

Hal, Feller On
A.L. All-Star
Pitching Staff
CHICAGO, July 1-P)-Three
New York Yankee hurlers and na-
turals Bobby Feller of Cleveland
and Hal Newhouser of Detroit
dominated an eight-man Ameri-
can League pitching staff chosenj
today for the 14th All-Star base-
ball game at Wrigley Field next
Tuesday.
The mound corps was picked by
manager Joe Cronin of the Boston
,Red Sox, who will direct the
American Leaguers and whose
other personnel already has been
selected in a poll of 1,973,493 fans
The American League All-Star
pitching nominations, besides Fel-
ler and Newhouser, include fresh-
man hot-shot Frank Shea, Spur-
geon. (Spud) Chandler and Joe
Page of the Yankees, Paul (Dizzy)
Trout of Detroit, Jack Kramer of
St. Louis and Walt Masterson of
Washington,
U.S. Girls Win
At Wimbledon
LONDON, July 1-UP)-Uncle
Sam's nieces did today what his
tennis-playing nephews did yes-
terday-sent three players into the
semifinal round of their singles
division at the world-famed Wim-
bledon Tourney.
Margaret Osborne of San Fran-
cisco, Louise Brough of Beverly
Hills, Calif., and Doris Hart of Mi-
ami, marched into the round of
four but Mrs. Pat Canning Todd
of Hidden Valley, Calif., was oust-
ed by a 28-year old blonde from
South Africa.
Mrs. Todd was the 7-5, 6-4 vic-
tim of Mrs. Sheila Summers, the
first American girl of top rank to
be ousted from the all-England
classic by a non-U.S. player since
before World War II.

'IT'S CREW-CUT TIME'
Be You flat. round, or square
headed - we'll design one to
fit your Personality. 8 bar-
bers -, No waiting. Fan-
cooled! Tonsorial queries in-
vited!
The Dascola Barbers
Between State and
Michigan Theatres
WA~m S HAT

Continuous
from 1 P.m. COOL!
Last Times Today -
Starts Thursday

Ending Today -

T)'PEWRITERS
Bought, Sold, Rented Repaired
STUDENT & OFFICE SUPPLIES
0. D. MORRILL
314 S. State St. Phone 7177

The Student Directory
On Sale July 9

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The Departmen S
Of the University of Michigan
wishes to call your attention to the fact
that all evening perfornances of
THE MICHIGAN REPERTORY PLAYERS
start at
84P.M

Erv Dusak.
The standings:
* * *
AMERICAN LI
W L
New York 41 26
Boston 34 30
Detroit 33 31
Cleveland 29 28
Philadelphia 33 32
Washington 30 32
Chicago 32 34
St. Louis 23 40
NATIONAL LEA

EAGUE
Pct. GB
1 .612 -
0 .531 5 V
1 .516 61/
3 .509 7
2 .508 '7
2 .484 8i
6 .471 9%/
0 .365 16
AGUE
Pct. GB
S .569 -
;9 .567 -
1 .565 %/
2 .515 3%/
3 .500 41/
5 .485 51/
0 .412 101/
.391 11 /

Boston
Brooklyn
New York
St. Louis
Chicago
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
Pitssburgh

W
37
38
35
34
33
33
28
25

L
29
21
32
3
35
40
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+ Classified Advertising +
HELP WANTED REAL BARGAINS! 3 beautiful oriental
rugs, approximately 3x7. Call 2-5152.
) 53
change housework for board and TWO PHILLIPS PICYCLES for sale, in
room. State qualifications. Reply good condition. Call 4315-ask for
Box 25. )48 Harold Rosen. )51
STUDENT for part time work at soda CAMERA,.Zeiss super Ikonta. Phone
fountain. Apply Swift's Drug Store, 25-9091. 3503 Oakwood, Pittsfield Vil-
340 S. State. )59 lage. )42
WANTED TO RENT WANTEDM
3-4 ROOM apartment, furnished or un- BOARD at the Chi Phi fraternity house
furnished for medical student and for the summer session. Lunch and
wife. Sept. 1 or sooner. Call Te- dinner $1.60 per day. Call 4295 and
cumseh 311 collect. )2 ask for Catherman or Morris. )65
PERSONAL MEN BOARDERS at 548 So. State. Next
to Union. Call Dick Hadler, 2-4481. )5
BEAUTIFUL HAIR is a priceless pos- WANTED-15 more men for board. Psi
session. Keep it lovely with our na- Upsilon, 1000 Hill St.. Phone 6490.)55
turally soft silky permanents. Or if
your hair is dull dry and lifeless get FOR RENT
our proven treatments. Open eve-
nings. By appointment. DiMattia 1BOARD AVAILABLE for summer ses-
Hollywood Salon, 403 S. Division St. sion in campus cooperatives. Call
Phones 7561-5050. )27 Bob Haefeli 7211. )30
MISCELLANEOUS TO RENT-Two-room, completely fur-
nished apartment. Available unti
MEN STUDENTS' laundry done rea- Sptemb15Summer sess mar-
sonably. Three-day service. 609 E. led veteran only. Box 6i, Michigan
Ann. Phone 2-6760. )49 Daily. )47
____ ........._....._.-.- -ATTRACTIVE well furnished room for
FOR PIANO LESSONS write or see tAdent or facultyumember.r$45 for
Betty Ehrlck. 1377 Hanover Ct., Wil-i rest of summer session. 1125 Michi-
low Vilage. )54 gan Ave. Call 2-6707. )43
WHIZZER MOTOR BIKES for rent by DOUBLE
the hour or day. If you can ride a er week wit light coking.
bike you can drive a Whizzer. Bring See Edlund, 422 E. Washington after
your driver's license, a $5.00 depo 3 p.m. )58
and anybody's girl friend -to the 3____p ____m._____ )58___
Mobilgas Station, South University at TRANSPORTATION
Forest. .)3 ___TRANSPORTATION__________
ALTERATIONS, custom-made clothes, RIDE WANTED to Chicago or Mil-
remodeling of clothes. Prompt serv- waukee on Thursday.Will drive and
ice. Hildegarde Shop, 116 E. Huron. share expenses. Richard Eloonin,
Phone 2-4666. 4187. )45
SEWING, Alterations and refitting. RIDE WANTED to Grand Rapids July
Miss Livingston, 315 S. Division, 2nd 4. Ken Block, 103 Wenley House,
loor. )29 West Quad, 2-4401. )46
LEAVING Thursday, 2:15, for Petoskey
FOR SALE via Lansing, Midland or Bay City.
Can accommodate 2 passengers. Ph.
BABY PARRAKEETS. $4, $6, can learn Bob 213 Chicago House. )52
to talk and whistle. Canaries, bird1--
supplies and cages. 562 S. Seventh. WANTED:Ride to Mt. Vernon, ;ho or
Phone 5330. )66 vicinity July 3. 5 p.m., 2-7751, ask for
___________________-_____ Ernie. ) 60
F.H.A. APPROVED HOUSE-in Dar-DoJ
linton. Modern, excellent condition. DRIVING to Salem, Ill., July 3 via
Ada i features included in fair price. Fort Wayne and Indianapolis, Ind.
J. W. 3arnes, 2824 Elmwood, Phone If interested contact Roland Auten-
25-8161. )64 rieth, 1302 N. University. Phone 2-
Y 2973. ) 62
FOR SALE, or Trade for good bicycle: - - - -
Hermes typewriter like new. 710 Uni- LOST AND FOUND
versity Terrace.
)61 LOST-Women's wrist watch, June 23,
in the Rackham Bldg. Mathey-Tis-
1941 DODGE SEDAN, heater, fluid sot, rose gold, cloth band. Reward,
drive, must sell. $750. Apt 1337 Uni- Phone 8481, 929 Woodlawn St. )56
versity Terrace.- -
-___ LOST-Ladies' red billfold between
WIRE HAIRED FOX TERRIER pup- University Hospital and Willow Run
pies, pedigreed and AKC registered, containing valuable papers and
1456 Sudbury, Village, after 6 p.m.j money. Please contact Phyllis Turn-
)57 er, 1352 Norfolk, Willow Run. Re-
ward. ) 63
HARLEY-DAVIDSON '42-45. Buddy --__--____
seat, saddle bags and other extras. LOST-Small address book, last Friday,
$375. Phone 9222 after 6 p.m. R. E. vicinity Union or Angell Hall. Phone
Pattison. 1003 F. Huron. )50 8030, 544 S. First St. )67
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ATOMIC
SUNDAE
SPECIAL
Calkins-Fletcher
Soda Fountain
324 South State

YOU SHOP-while
BENDIX does your wash!
BRING YOUR LAUNDRY TO
THE "LAUNDERETTE" AND
PLACE IT IN THE BENDIX.
EACH BENDIX TAKES UP TO 9
LBS. YOU CAN USE AS MANY,
MACHINES AS YOU NEED.'
OADD SOAP--WAIT OR SHOP
WHILE THE BENDIX DOES
YOUR WORK AUTOMATICALLY.

TAKE YOUR LAUNDRY HOME
IN 30 MINUTES-CLEANSED,
SWEET, WHITE, DAMP-DRY.
Approx. 9 lbs. 30c
Soap Free
715 PACKARD ST.
Near State 's
Phone 2-4241
LAUNDERETTE" is a TRADE MARK of TELECON CORP.

Ill.

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TOM &

WEDNESDAY

1 THURSDAY

TWO DRYS ONLY.
July 2nd and 3rd
'Special Clearance of'
SUMMER SHOES'
Savings up to 1/3
MEN'S GOLF SHOES, BROWN and WHITE SUM-
MER SHOES in NUMEROUS STYLES and LOAF-
ER TYPE CASUALS in BROWN and BROWN and
WH ITE.
Formerly $10:50 to $24.95, Now $8.00 to $15.00
A CHANCE FOR A REAL SAVINGS
BEFORE THE 4th OF JULY
WOMEN'S BROWN and WHITE and BLUE and
WHITE SPECTATORS, PLAY SHOES and ALL
LEATHER CASUALS in DIFFERENT STYLES.
Formerly $6.00 to $10.00, Now $3.50 to $8.00
ALL SHOES ON THIS SALE ARE NATIONALLY
ADVERTISED AND ARE FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK

Cackerjack alues
EXCITING DRESS GROUPS
Misses and Women's Sies
9-15, 10-44, 1612-241/2
NOW'S YOUR CHANCE to complete ypour summer wardrobe and save at
the same time - a thrilling assortment of styles and colors! Rayon sheers,
rayon crepes, rayon jerseys, spun rayons included! Solid colors and prints.

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THE FARM CUPBOARD
Specializing in FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS
Open 11:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. including Sundays.
5400 Plymouth Road (on the way to Detroit) Phone 9387
COTTAGE INN
Specializing in Home Cooked Food.. . Steaks and Chops
Open Weekdays 11:00 A.M. - 1:30 P.M., 5:00 - 8:00 P.M.
Sundays 11:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M., 5:00-9:00 P.M.
Closed Saturdays 512 East William

Three g roups
better dress
at 10.00, 12.9
19.95
More and more dr
have been added t
$7.30 and $8.30 grou
cottons, prints and
rayons.
Hard to believe, but
want several of these
ton dresses in the

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spun
you'l
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2.98

um mer Suits...
White and pastel rayon
tegra,,linen and gabardine.
Also wool Shetlands at
22.50.
Topper suits, Shortie coats
(with matching skirts) in
White Wool, Shetland and
Tegra at 25.00.
Grand values in Pedal
pushers, tee shirts, blouses,
handbags, scarfs, costume
jewelry, flowrs-
At
Clearance Prices
Many way below

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