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THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1947 THE MRH 4GAN DAILY

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Big Nine Rules Gr
On All Athletic Mi
Scholarships
CHICAGO, July 16-UP)---Com-
missioner K. L. (Tug) Wilson of 01
the Big Nine said today the Con-
ference had established "rules of
guidance" for awarding of ath- CIC
letic scholarships, but that they
would continue to be distributed (A)-RoC
on the basis of need and scholas- the toug
tic ability. tan's str
Wilson said the step represent- said was
ed "no departure" from regular the kind
Big Nine scholarship practices.
He said that at the May meet- handedc
ing the Conference had author- dleweigh
ized him to, fix a uniformity of by doing
scholarship distribution at the In a fi
member schools. blood-an
"There was some thought that had the
scholarships at the various schools half hys
should be rigidly administered the Rocl
and not awarded to athletes stop the
merely on athletic ability," Wilson in the si
said. ing aren
* * * Zale's Si
Kentuc FU.Tole still aski
K nu k first fou
To.Turn 'A ater' once his
his left e
FRANKFIRT, Ky., July 16-UP) and his
-The University of Kentucky, tight as
whose basketball team ranks with the third
the nation's best and whose foot- Rocky Fi
Then
ball plans are aimed at Bowl- found t
game bids, has been coldly ad- timed-bo
vised to put its sports program time-bo
on an amateur standing. ge a
In an almostsheartless report He ro
to Gov. Simeon Willis, Griffen- from cor
hagen & Associates, independent game as
Chicago fault-finders in public fight ba
administration and finance, de- ago in t
Blared -athletics at Kentucky, "as brawl th
in other universities, has become bout as a
professionalized, though it is still Tony Fal
considered amateur.," Rocky
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atziano Crowned New New Freshmani
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ocky TKO's Tony Zale in Sixth Round
f Re-Match Brawl at Chicago Stadium

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By SID FEDER
AGO STADIUM, July 16-
k-a-bye Rocky Graziano,
*h kid off lower Manhat-
eet corners--the kid they
sn't game enough to take
of punishment Tony Zale
out-won the World Mid-
t Championship tonight
just that.
ierce fBailing exhibition of
id-thunder brawling that
crowd of 18,547 more than
terical most of the way,
k-a-bye Kid came on toa
magnificent Tony Zale
xth round in this swelter-
na after absorbing all of
Sunday shots himself, and
ng for more through the
r heats. He's been floored
mself-in the third--and
eye had been gashed open
right all but shut up as
a sealed envelope through
d and fourth.
inds Range
he started to come. He
he range and his terrific
mbs were right on the tar-
Tony weakened notably.
ave him from rope to rope,
ner to corner, as Zale, as
they ever come, tried to
ck, just as he did a year
their sensational pier-six
hat produced this return
a "natural."
wlls
wouldn't let him make it,
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however, finally, after absorbing coach at
even more than any normal body H. O. C
Vanci
could stand, Tony had to fall. He Coach C
collapsed over the center rope, played g
half in and half out of the ring. rectedL
Rocky started for a neutral outfits,1
corner. just as both had been in- schooling
structed to this morning by State ball coa
ALthletic Commission Chairman Wolverin
Sheldon Clark who had warned the Bigt
Graziano ,for some reason, that the fine
" a clean fight is most important tournam
to you, Rocky, because this Com- freshman
mission is a member of the Na- for one
tional Boxing Association and any A nat
suspension we hand out stands where h
all over the United States." By and all-:
the time the count reached three honors,
Tony was already on the way to DevensE
his feet, badly hurt, but still sons, tu
ready to go until he couldn't go record.
any more. While
But referee Johnny Behr, Coach freshma:
of the American Olympic Team Coy, as
in 1936, wouldn't let him. He will co
stepped in and stopped it at 2:10 Cowlesa
of the sixth. scout.
MAJOR LEAGUE ROUND-UP:

h Vancisin, former Dart-
College basketball star,
ort as new freshman cage
Michigan this September,
'isler has announced.
sin, chosen by Head
)zzie Cowles, for whom he
guard while the latter di-
Dartmouth College hoop
has received a thorough
g in the type of basket-
ched by Cowles. The new
ne frosh mentor captained
Green team that went to
als of the NCAA cage
ent, and later served as,
in coach at Dartmouth
season under Cowles.
ive of Bridgeport, Conn.,
e won all district, all-state
New England high school
Vancisin coached the Fort
Army team for two sea-
rning in an outstanding
Vancisin will handle the
rn cage duties, Ernie Mc-
sistant athletic director,
ntinue to assist Coach
as varsity aid and chief
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Dgers oNats pite TwinBill;
Dodgers Rout-Pirates, 10-6

The Washington Senators jump-
ed on Hal Newhouser yesterday
for five runs in the first two inn-
ings, but the Detroit Tigers came
back to save the game 9 to 8 with
a four-run eighth inning rally
that enabled them to split a
doubleheader. Washington took
the nightcap 10 to 1 back of Mar-
ino Pieretti's five-hit pitching.
Detroit's four-run splurge in the
opener came at the expense of re-
lief pitcher Tom Ferrick, who re-
lieved Walt Masterson with the
Nats leading 7-5 and tossed away
the margin when four of the six
men who faced him hit safely.
The New York Yankees defeated
the Cleveland Indians 8 to 2 for
their 17th straight victory, just
two short of the American League
record established in 1906 by Chi-
cago. The New Yorkers battered
four Indian hurlers for 14 hits.
Ted Williams hit his sixteenth
home run plus two singles in lead-
ing the Boston Red Sox to a 7-2
victory over the Chicago White
Sox.
After losing the first game of a
twilight double header 5-4, on two

successive 11th inning home runs,
the Philadelphia Athletics took
'the second game from the St.
Louis Browns 4-1 with a three-run
second inning splurge.
Coming from behind with a
six-run rally in the sixth inning,
the Brooklyn Dodgers defeated
the Pirates by a 10-6 score last
night to retain their two-and-one
half game lead in the National
League pennant race.
Bob Thomson, rookie outfield
star of the New York Giants,
drove in four runs on a homer
and double yesterday to spark the
Giants to a 6-3 victory over the
Cubs. Southpaw Monte Kennedy
had a shutout in his grasp until
the ninth when Chicago railled
and scored all their runs.
Veteran Emil (Dutch) Leonard
pitched a three hit 4 to 1 win over
the Cincinnati Reds for his ninth
win of the season against four
defeats.
Lefty Warren Spahn pitched
his 13th victory and his fourth
shutout of the season as the Bos-
ton Braves defeated the St. Louis
Cardinals, 3-0.

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PHILCO AC-DC portable radio, also
man's three-speed bicycle, both in
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ENGLISH: Man's 3-speed bicycle, com-
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PUREBRED Doberman Pinscher pup-
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2 miles west of Ypsilanti State Hos-
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FOR SALE--Special value, white cx-
ford shirts. Button down collar, $3.00
All sizes, call 8768.
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 I
Mrs. John Fulton, 1663 Darien Court,
Willow Village, telephone Ypsilanti
3484W5. ) 39
WANTED: Woman for campus repre-
sentative for Kathleen Roberts Liq-
uid Powder: Write Kathleen Roberts,
329 South Robertson, Beverly Hills,
Calif. ) 63
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
DESIRE TO EXCHANGE two tickets
to Thursday performance of Carmen
for two either Friday or Saturday.
Call 2-4401, Room 319 Adams. )68

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
SINGE OR DOUBLE room for rest of
summer and fall. Call R. Rosenthal,
4211.
WANTED
ANN ARBOR: Cambridge. Harvard pro-
fessor coming to Michigan wants to
work out tax-saving trade of resi-
dences with some Ann Arborite go-
ing to Cambridge. Write or wire
Prof. Leo A. Schmidt, Harvard Busi-
ness School. )65
TRANSPORTATION
RIDE WANTED by student to Florida
or vicinity. Leave on or after Aug.
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Prices
25c until 5 p.m.
3Cc after 5 p.m.

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--Friday and Saturday -
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