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WEDNESDAY) SUiLY 16, 1941,

- THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'M' Net Coach
Captures State
Closed Crown
Wasting as little time as pos-
sible, Michigan's tennis coach,
' Robert Dixon, breezed through
his finalist opponent, John Shing-
leton of East Lansing, 6-0, 6-4,
6-0, to cop the Michigan Closed
Tennis Championship for the
second consecutive year Sunday
in Flint.
In eliminating Kimbark Peter-
1 son, Michigan's other faculty
member in the tourney, Dixon ran
up against his stiffest competi-l
tion, finally squeezing out a 6-4,
7-5 victory in the quarter-finals,
thus keeping his slate clean. This
makes two years of tournament
lay in Flint without the loss of a
r single set by the southpaw titlist.
Fresh from winning the Upper
Peninsula net crown, Bill Mikul-
Vich, Wolverine tennis captain for.
the past semester, easily moved
into the second round of the
Michigan State Open Tennis
Championships. He met and oust-
ed Alex Martin of Grand Rapids,l
6-0, 6-4, on Monday at the clay
courts of Kent Country Club in
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Jerome Weiler, who blasted outI
a 73 over the University golf
course last Thursday to lead early
finishers in the I-M summer golf
tournament, saw his one-over-par
figures withstand the week-end
efforts of 31 opponents to give
him medal honors in the tourney.'
Weiler's 37-36 was good enough
to give him a two stroke margin
over his nearest rival, L. H. Haus-
er. Hauser fired a respectable 75
to edge Chuck Menninger for the
place position.
*ith medal play behind
.them, the 32 contestants have
been divided into four flights
according to their first round
scores, and now will battle it
out on a match play basis. Each
flight winner will receive an in-
dividual award, and if time per-
mits, the four group leaders will
meet for the all-campus links
crown.
* * *
Bill Culver yesterday stamped
himself as a heavy favorite in the
I-M net tourney by becoming the
first man to advance to the quar-
ter finals. He accomplished this

feat by turning back Tom Mc-
Donald in a bitterly contested
match, 6-2, 5-7, 6-4.
Culver teamed with Emery
Freeman to blitz into the semi-
finals of doubles competition byI
trouncing McDonald and Johnj
Van Aiken, 6-4, 6-2.
The I-M softball season swungI
into its second week of play
Monday night as ten teams
tangled at South Ferry Field.
In the fraternity league Psi
Upsilon advanced into a first
place tie by smothering the
Phi Delts, 14-2; Sigma Chi
lashed the Delts, 10-5; and Sig-
ma Nu nipped Theta Xi, 4-2. In
the Ind.ependent loop, Never-
sweats jumped on Public
Health, 11-2; Hell Hounds slap-
ped Foulballs, 10-3; and Hard-
rocks edged West Lodge, 9-8.
Yesterday, the scores were:
Residence Hall League: Michigan
6, Wenley 4; Lloyd 2, Williams 1;
Fletcher 6, Winchell 2; Chicago 4,
Allen-Rumsey 3. Independent
League: Veterans 10, Engl. Lang.
Inst. 5; Law Club 2, U. Hospital 0;
Havenites 7, Robert Owen 0.
The complete summer I-M bas-
ketball schedule follows:
Wednesday, July 16-Grizzlies
vs. Hardrocks
Thursday, July 17-Actuaries
vs. Lawyers; Flyers vs. Soft-
rocks
Monday, July 21-Grizzlies vs.
Ramblers
Tuesday, July 22-Actuaries vs.
Flyers; Softrocks vs. Lawyers
Wednesday, July 23--Hardrocks
vs. Ramblers
Thursday, July 24-Flyers vs.
Lawyers; Softrocks vs. Actu-
aries
Monday, July 28-Champion-
ship Game
MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS

Golfers Play
Here Today
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An outstanding golfing treat
is in store for those who will
journey out to the Barton Hills
Country Club today to watch
Ben Hogan and Jimmy Demar-
et face Chick Harbert and By-
ron Nelson in -an exhibition
match beginning at 4 p.m. and
sponsored by the Ann Arbor
Lion's Club, all proceeds going
to their blind fund.
Hogan and Demaret recent-
ly teamed to win first prize in
the Inverness Golf Tourney at
Toledo. Harbert is an out-
standing Michigan pro, and
was runner-up for the '47 PGA
crown while Lord Byron is rat-
ed among the best golfers of
all time.
A golf clinic will precede the
match, starting at 3:30 p.m.
For those Michigan students
who need transportation, the
Lion's Club will have cars in
front of the Union between
2:45 and 3 p.m.
Favorites Advance
In Wonen's Golf
GRAND RAPIDS, July 15-(P)
-Sally Sessions, the 1946 Michi-
gan Women's Golf Champion, and
runnerup Mary Agnes Wall bore
out pre-match predictions by
reaching Wednesday's quarter-
finals via easy victories today.
Miss Shirley Spork also advan-
ced to the quarter-final round.

SPOUT SCRAPBOOK
By IRWIN ZUCKER
TRACK NOTE-Michigan State's up-and-coming track team,
which defeated Michigan for the first time in ten years in an outdoor
meet last May at East Lansing, has completed arrangements for dual
meets with Illinois for the next two years, thus taking over the series
Michigan dropped with the Illini institution six weeks ago . . . Illinois,
paced by record-breaking Herb McKenley, the flying Jamaican, won
the National Collegiate and Big Nine titles... Michigan-Illinois track
rivalry dated back to 1898.
* * * *
TRANSITION-Four outstanding members of last year's
Wolverine grid squad-All-American end Ebler Madar, tackle
Bob Derleth, and backs Paul White and Bob Wiese-have signed
contracts with the Detroit Lions to play this fall ... When they
report for their initial practice, they'll meet a trio of ex-Michigan
standouts-Bob Westfall, Merv Pregulman, and Johnny Greene-
who boast previous experience with the Lions .,.. George Balestri,
talented Wolverine hockey star of the 1946-47 squad, will also join
the professional realm, having signed' with the Chicago Black
Hawks.
*- * * *
NAMESAKE-"People are always asking me the same question,"
says Joe DiMaggio, a junior at the lit school here. "No, I'm not related
to -the Yankee Clipper. . . "But the University's DiMaggio is a rabid
Yankee fan, who claims that his favorite ball club has already won
this year's pennant . . . "It's going to be a subway World Series in
New York-either the Giants or Dodgers will finish on top in the
senior circuit," declared Joe, a standout hurler for Edison Tech back
in his high school days at Rochester, N.Y.
* * * - *
GOLF GAB-Dave Barclay, Michigan's 1947 links captain
who won the National ,Collegiate individual title last month, has
cancelled his exhibition match with Byron Nelson because of his
heavy school work. The exhibition was tentatively scheduled late
this month at Rockford, Ill., Barclay's home town ... Dave was
the first Wolverine golfer since 1936 to win a national crown ...
In that year, Chuck Kocsis won both the National Collegiate and

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TWO ENGLISH-TYPE Phillips' bi-
cycles, 9 months old. Fully equip-
ped. Inspection welcome. Any rea-
sonable offer. 1220 White St., 2-
6523. )61
WHITE PALM BEACH COAT, size 37,
and 1 pair dark brown gabardine
pants size 30-30. Both in good con-
dition. Call 2-2819. )62
COMPLETE TUX to highest bidder.
Just like new. Size 37. John Warren,
1392 Erving Ct., Willow Run, 3396J11.
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PHILCO AC-DC portable radio, also
man's three-speed bicycle, both in
excellent condition. Cal 7802. )55
ENGLISH: Man's 3-speed bicycle, com-
plete with Phoebus lights, basket,
kickstand, lock, $50. Call 2-2803. )56
HARLEY-DAVIDSON '42-45, $375. Ph.
9222 after 6 p.m. 1003 E. Huron. )57
YOU TOO can have a Roadmaster
boys bicycle if you call Don Park-
er at 6140 any night after seven. )58
G. E. Automatic record changer. Philco
table model radio. Call 1003 Packard
Apt. 1, evenings. )50
BABY PARRAKEETS. $4, $6, can learn
to talk and whistle. Canaries, bird
supplies and cages. 562 S. Seventh.
Phone 5330. )66
'37 TERRAPLANE, $250 cash. Phone
27096. )19
PUREBRED Doberman Pinscher pup-
pies 8 weeks old. 8433 Fosdick Road,
2 miles west of Ypsilanti State Hos-
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FOR SALE--Special value, white ox-
ford shirts. Button down collar, $3.00
All sizes, call 8768.
WHITE PALM BEACH suit. Size 38.
In good condition. Call 8702 after
6:00 p.m. )33
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Lady's dinner ring. Michigan
League downstair's washroom, Sun-
lay, July 13. Liberal reward. Gloria
Eisenstein, 849 Tappan. 7379. )53
LOST: Small address book, on June
27, in Union cafeteria. Finder please
call 8030. 544 So. 1st St. )36
WANTED
WOULD LIKE to exchange two good
seats for Thursday night's perform-
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any two seats Friday night. Call
2-8488. )13
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ROOMS FOR RENT
ATTRACTIVE, completely furnished 3-
room apartment. Available July 20-
Aug. 20. 345 S. Division. 4838.
WANTED TO RENT
MALE GRADUATE Student desires
room for, fall. Call B. Berger, 2-4401
403 Wenley House between 8-10 P.M.
)51
3-4 ROOM apartment, furnished or un-
furnished for medical student and
wife. Sept. 1 or sooner. Call Te-
cumseh 311 collect. )2
GRADUATE teaching fellow desires
room for fall term. Please contact
Richter, 514 Forest Avenue, 2-7128.
)18
2-3 ROOM apartment wanted now or
in fall for veteran graduate student
and wife. No smoking, drinking,
fwild parties, etc. Please call Mr.
Robert Smallman 2-6500. )1
SINGLE OR IOUBLE room for fall
semester. Will occupy summer term.
Male. Ken Block 4741. )32
SINGE OR DOUBLE room for rest of
summer and fall. Call R. Rosenthal,
4211.
HELP WANTED
BABY SITTERS with references. Call
7253 for information 6 to 9 p.m.
WILLON RUN Cooperative Nursery
now interviewing applicants for
teacher for fall term. Call or write
Mrs. John Fulton, 1663 Darien Court,
Willow Village, telephone Ypsilanti
3484W5. ) 39
MISCELLANEOUS
ALTERATIONS, custom-made clothes,
remodeling of clothes. Prompt serv-
ice. Hildegarde Shop, 116 E. Huron.
Phone 2-4666.
RENTAL typewriters available now.
Office Equipment Service Co., 111
S. Fourth Avenue, 2-1213. )54
BABY SITTERS available. Call 7253, 7
to 9 p.m. for information. )59

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Cincinnati 5, Philadelphia 4
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