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THURSDAY, JULY 24,1947

' THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FOR TUESDAY'S BATTLE:
I-M Softball Managers
Name All-Star Squads'

By POTSY RYAN
The All-Stars will twinkle next
Tuesday night at South Ferry
Field when nine men representing
the cream of the Fraternity
League softball crop will tangle
with the top-notch performers of
the Independent Loop in the sec-
ond annual Intramural All-Star
softball game.
Squads for the contest were se-
lected yesterday afternoon by the
club managers. Each team will be
represented by at least one man,
with the six top teams in each
loop furnishing two performers.
This will give the rival managers
atotal of 18 men plus three pitch-
ers with which to work.
The fraternity men, fielding
a squad representing nine
Greek houses, has awarded
starting infield berths to Walk-
No-Hit Game
For Wathkins
John Watkins, Psi Upsilon
pitcher, yesterday celebrated his
being named to the Fraternity
League All-Stars by hurling a no-
hit game against Delta Tau Delta
to pace the Si U's to a 13-0 vic-
tory.
Other- scores in the fraternity
league were Sigma Nu 11, Sigma
Chi O; and Theta Chi 14, Phi
Delts, 1. In the Independent loop,
Hardrocks handed the Foulballers
their first defeat, 5-4. Hell
Hounds defeated Neversweats 6-4,
andtWest Lodgers belted Public
H~ealth, 23-0.
Diamonds
and
Wedding ,.
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er Calderwood, SAE, 1b; John
Neuenschwander, Sigma Nu,
2b; Tom Hough, DKE, ss; and
Bob Lowry, Phi Delts, 3b. Frank
Jones, Sigma Chi, Doyce Strait,
psi U, and Al Harris, ZBT, will
be sent to the outfield. Jarold
Winegart; Lambda Chi Alpha
will throw 'em to catcher Fred-
die Canine, 'Theta Xi.
The Independents will counter
with glitter men from eight
squads, with the Havenites, unde-
feated league leaders, placing two
men in the starting line-up.
Going to the outer garden will
be Gene Derricotte, fleet foot-
ball half-back, of the Hard-
ans, and Reese Protz, West
LMdge. The inner defense will
be handled by Hercules Renda,
former Wolverinefootballer, of
the Hellhounds; George Kiska,
Robert Owen Co-op; Abe Es-
pinosa, English language In-
stitute; and' Joe Murphy of the
Law Club. Bruno Surma of the
Havenites will be on the mound
and he will have teammate Dick
Hewitt for a battery partner.
SUPPLEMENTARY ROSTER
Fraternity-Pitchers: Watkins,
Psi U; Adler, Sigma Chi; Harris,
Sigma Nu. Catchers: Metzger,
Lambda Chi Alpha; Ellis, Chi
Phi. Infielder.s: Hartrick, Sigma
Chi; Kaptan, Psi U; McVoy,
Theta Chi; Van Dyke, Delts; Wat-
son, Lambda Chi Apha. Outfield-
ers: Auerback, ZBT. Coaches:
Hubbard, DKE, Van Winkle, The-
ta Xi.
* * *
Independent-Pitchers: Nich-
olas,;Law Club; Fapaferri, Hard-
rocks; Adams, Foulballers. Catch-
ers: Stephenson, Veterans. Out-
fielders: Richardson, University
Hospital; Wright, Law Club, Mc-
Cardle,. Neversweats. Infielders:
Kampe, Hardrocks; Torabura,
Foulballers; Wills, Havenites; Kil-
lik, Foulballers; Maurio, Never-
sweats. Coaches: Holgate Hard-
rocks; Horowitz, Foulballers.
Major League
Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L GB
Brooklyn 54 36 -
New York 45 37 5
Boston 47 39 5
St. Louis' 46 41 6%/2
Cincinnati 42 47 111/2
Chicago 41 46 11/2
Philadelphia . 37 50 15'2
Pittsburgh 35 51 16
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS '
Boston 2, 0, Chicago 0, 2
St. Louis 10, New York 5
Brooklyn 12, Cincinnati 1
Phila. Pitts., postponed
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 60 29
Detroit 47 37 1012
Boston 47 40 12
Philadelphia 43 44 16 ti
Cleveland 38 42 171/2
Washington 37 47 20%
Chicago 39 50 21
St. Louis 31 53 26 ?/
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington 6, Detoit 1
Boston 3, Chicago 2
New York 6, St. Louis 0
Philadelphia 5, Cleveland 3

SPORT SCRAPBOOK
By IRWIN ZUCKER
HOW WOULD YOU LIKE some scrambled eggs for breakfast this
morning? . . . Coming up! ... Gus Stager, Michigan's sensational
freshman swimmer, is keeping in shaue for next week's National AAU
Swimming and Diving Championships at Tyler, Tex. The proof: Gus
won the New Jersey State A.A.U. 200-meter free style title Saturday
night, coveing the distance in 2:27.8 . . . By the way, the Nationals
are being held south of the Mason-Dixon line for the first time in
history and also for the first time in a city of less than 100,000 popu-
lation . . . Michigan's sailing club defeated Michigan State over the
week-end at Whitmore Lake-. . .
Good news greeted college football coaches the other day
when the National Football League adopted a rule prohibiting the
use of players in the pro ranks who have matriculated in a college
and still have a year of eligibility at that institution . . . There's
something appealing about the Kellar Park courts in Flint as far
as Bob Dixon, Wolverine net mentor, is concerned. In the two
years that the State Closed tennis tourney has been played there,
Dixon won the title both times without dropping a single set ...
** * *
Alex Agase, Illinois' All-American guard, joined the Los Angeles
Dons this week . . . A dozen Michigan State football players are con-
ditioning themselves for the 1947 campaign by working in heavy con-
struction on the college's vast building expansion program , . . Is this
an indication that the Spartan eleven will have a solid brick wall on
the line? . . . Ouch!
*. ** *
Newt Lokeri, youthful Maize and Blue gymnastics coach, has
been a successful publicist, having written several manuals, pam-
phlets, and magazines on gymnastics and tumbling ... His latest
works, "Let's Pep Up Our Gymnastic Exhibitions," and "The
Trampoline," will be published this winter in the Athletic Journal
and the A.A.U. Gymnastic Handbook, respectively . . .The great-
est coverage of any game ever played at Champaign's Memorial
Stadium is expected November 1 when the Wolverine gridders in-
vade the Illini precincts in a homecoming clash for Illinois alumni.
+ Classified Advertising +

By Tihe Associated Press
Early Wynn notched his 11th
victory of the season for the
Washington Senators last night,
stopping Detroit 6-1, on two hits.
Dick Wakefield and Eddie Mayo
recorded the lone Tiger safeties.
Manager Steve O'Neill of the
Tigers finished the game under
protest. He complained against
Umpire Bill McGowan's ruling on
a rundown play in the sixth inn-
ing, when Wynn and Eddie Yost
both wound up on third base.
O'Neill protested both runners
were tagged out, but McGowan
called only Wynn out.
Mickey Vernon's triple, scoring
Buddy Lewis, put the Senators
into a 1-0 lead off Al Benton in
the first inning but the Tigers
tied the score in the fifth. Wash-
ington gained four runs in the
fifth and added their final run
off Stubby Overmire in the sixth.
Bobo Newsom pitched his third
straight victory in a New York
Yankee uniform, and his seventh
of the year by shutting out St.
Louis 6-0 with three hits. It
was the veteran righthander's
201st major league victory.
The Philadelphia Athletics spot-
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Nats Stop Tigers, 6-1; Bobo
Wins Third in Row for Yanks

ted Cleveland three runs in the
first inning, then bounced back
to score a 5-3 victory, and
strengthen their hold on fourth
place. Dom Dimaggio came home
on a double by catcher Birdie
Tebbets to give the Red Sox a 10th
inning 3-2 win over the Chicago
White Sox,

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FOR SALE
SPECIAL VALUE white oxford cloth
.shirts-button-downcollar $3.00. All
sizes. Also white sport shirts. Phone
8768. )74
TWO WILSON tennis rackets, covers
and presses, almost new. Also men's
roller skates, size 7, Ladies roller
skates size 6, plus skate box. 1436
Enfield, Willow Village. Phone Ypsi-
lanti 3394J12. )79
TUXEDO. Size 39 long practically new.
Reasonable. Call between 6-9 p~m.
4058. )80
LIGHTWEIGHT English boy's bike,
good tires, $15.00. Phone 4717. )82
NEW CORTLAND tennis racket (light-
weight) Argus enlarger, to use with
model "A" camera. 1518 Sudbury,
Willow Run. )85
1942 SCHULT Housetrailer; 21 feet,
sleeps four completely equipped.
Price $1950.00 R. H. Copithorn, Sel-
leeks Trailer Park, Ypsilanti. )89
BLOND EPIHONE guitar. Triumph
model $75 or trade for Golf Clubs.
3058W2 Ypsilanti. )90
LADIE'S BICYCLE, Sports Tourist.
Goodcondition. Phone Jordan Hall.
Room 592. )92
BEAUTIFUL YOUNG PARAKEETS and
Canaries. Bird supplies and cages.
562 South 7th Street, Phone 5330. )93

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The Dascola Barbers
Liberty off State

MISCELLANEOUS
ALTERATIONS, custom-made clothes,
remodeling of clothes. Prompt serv-
ice. Hildegarde Shop, 116 E. Huron.
Phone 2-4666.
TRANSPORTATION
VET AND WIFE would like ride to
Southeastern Kansas or Kansis City
around August 16. Will share ex-
penses. Phone 4121 extension 2114.
)83
LOST AND FOUND
CAMERA LOST at Island Park. near
swings late Sunday afternoon j~ily
13th. Phone Mrs. Montague 7282. Re-
ward. )73
LOST-Diamond ring with ring guard.
Valued as keepsake. Call 2-2591 for
identification and reward. )81
LOST: Tuesday between Angell and
Mosher: Large green eversb#."p pei2.
Please call Edith Kovach,.2-4561. Re-
ward. )91
WANTED TO RENT
WILL EXCHANGE home privileges in
Lansing for same or an apartment
in Ann Arbor. Have modern home
with garage in ideal location. Write
J. R. Korbein, 528 Kipling Blvd.,
Lansing.
SINGLE ROOM for male Junior stu-
dent. For fall. Will pay good rent.
E. R. McCleery, Phone 2-3256. )84
TEACHING FELLOW and wife urgent-
ly need 2-3-4 room furnished apart-
ment for occupancy anytime before
September 15. No children or pets.
Please call Ralph Hansen at 9297,
afternoons and evenings. )86
WILL YOU HELP ME? Male veteran
needs room for Fall. Quiet, neat,
non-smoker. Box 3. )87
WANTED
EXPERIENCED colored porter desires
position in fraternity house for Fall-
Spring term. References upon re-
quest. Correspond with Harold T.
Adams, 529 E. 8th St., Rushvill, Ind.
)71

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MALE NURSE, corps man, pharma-
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or use Dixboro bus. References re-
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SUPERB RECORDINGS OF
MOZART and HANDEL
including several items which
have long been unavailable
MOZART: Symphony No. 39
Beecham and London Philharmonic
MM 456...............................$4.20
MOZART: Quintet in C Major
Budapest Quartet with Katiins, Viola
MM 586 ............................$5.25
MOZART: Sonatas for Violin and Harpsichord
Schneider, Violin and Kirkpatrick., Harpsichord
MM 650...............................$7.35
MOZART: Ave Verum
Strasbourg Cathedral Choir
Col. 69488............................. $1.05
MOZART: Sonata No. 28 in E Minor
Szigeti, Viol i.1
Cal. 69005 . .. .. . ... . .. . . .. ..... .. .. . .. $1.05

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E. Power Biggs, Celesta, with Ensemble
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HANDEL: Concerti Grossi, Nos. 1-12
Busch Chamber Players
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HANDEL: Water Music
Ormandy and Philadelphia Orchestra
M X 279 .............................

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