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']EBDY, JULY 25, 1947

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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M' Golfer
"Wins Twice
At Chicago
By The Associated Press
GLEN , ELLYN, Ill.,-Rog
Kessler, a member of the 1947
Wolverine golf team, moved in-
to the semi-final round of the
Chicago District Association's
12th annual junior open tourn-
ament by winning two matches
here yesterday.
Kessler cap wured a 5 and 3
morning match from Reggie
Robinson of West Chicago, rand
eliminated Larry Weber of
Chicago, 3 and 1, to earn the
right to meet Bob Cleveland,
an Indiana University golfer
this year.

I-M SPORTFOLIO

Washington Shuts Out Tigers. 5-0;
Yankees Lose; Cards, Dodgers Win

Art Cinema League and AVC present

Match play in the, I-M summer
golf tourney is now under way,
and Jerome Weiler, who last week
fired a 73 to capture the medal
crown, led three other qualifiers
into the championship flight quar-
terfinals over the week-end.
Weiler defeated Jerold Bena-
vie 2 and 1 to gain his second
round berth. Other qualifiers
include Chuck Menninger, who
ousted Leo Hauser, medalist
runner-up, 2-1; Dick Hewitt,
victor over Frank Morgan, and
Laylin James who drew a bye.
In the second flight, Mark
Abend showed the way by trounc-
ing Bill Winslav 6 and 4 to step

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up a notch along with Dick Pres-
ton, Ed Perkins, and Ben Harris.
Harry Aroyan, grad student
from Forest Hills, L.I., displayed
some of the tennis he learned'
on the famed courts in his home
town, by defeating Glen Frye,
6-2, 6-4, to advance into the
quarter - finals in the men's
singles= tennis tournament.
In the doubles tourney, Bill Cul-
ver and Emery Freeman will meet
Aroyan and Fred Wellington in
the third round of the upper
bracket.
Fletcher Hall suffered its first
setback thus far in the intra-
mural softball tournament yes-
terday when they dropped a de-
cision to Lloyd House, 10-4, to
throw the Residence Hall
League into a mad scramble for
the top slot. Other R.H.L.
scores were: Chicago 6, Wil-
liams 5; Winchell 14, Michigan
6; and Adams 10, Wenley 3.
Over in the Independent League,
Dick Nicholas, of the Law Club
chalked up his fourth straight
shutout of the season as he pitch-
ed the lawyers to a 2-0 win over
the Havenites. Robert Owen Coop
came through with a 14-8 victory
over English Language Institute
and U. Hospital walloped the
Veterans, 14 - 5, in other I.L.
games.
Public Links Field
Cut to 16 Golfers
MINNEAPOLIS, Juy 23-(P)-
Elimination came quickly and
abruptly for 48 amateur golfers
today in first and second round
matches in the National Public
Links Tournament. The field was
pared from 64, who started the 36
holes of play in a hard rain, to 16.
One early afternoon upset was
the 7 and 6 triumph by Al Clasen
of St. Paul, Minn. over Walter
Browne of Atlanta.

Hutchinson Stopped;
Shea Injured Again
By The Associated Press
Ray Scarborough, Washington
right hander, blanked the second
place Detroit Tigers 5-0, on six
hits here tonight as the Senators
dealt Freddie Hutchinson his
fourth defeat before a crowd of
11,784.
Stan Spence's double and Al
Evans' single pried a run from
Hutchinson in the second inn-
ing. The Senators added four
more in the eighth on four
singles, two walks, a sacrifice
and an error.
Ellis Kinder snapped a person-
al five-game losing streak and,
halted the New York Yankees in
their tracks with a six-hit, 8-2
decision for the St. Louis Browns
today with the help of four singles
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUTE

by Willard Brown and a two-run
homer by Jeff Heath.
Brown, one of two Negro
players red-ently purchased from
the Kansas City Monarchs,
drove in three runs and scored
once in the Browns' 13-hit at-
tack on starter Frank Shea,
Joe Page and Al Lyons.
Shea, a key figure in the Yanks'
pennant drive with an impressive
11-2 win record going into the
game, left in the third inning,
suffering from a recurrence of the
elbow ailment that has sidelined
him since July 12.
Don Gutteridge's perfect safe
bunt with the bases loaded and
none out in the 14th inning to-
night scored the winning run asI
the Boston Red Sox defeated theI
Chicago White Sox 8-7, their third!
overtime victory over the White
Sox.
The majority of 31,479 paidj
fans remained until the end of
the three hour and 25 minute
contest.
The Philadelphia Athletics to-
night evened the score with Don
Black who tossed a no-hitter the
last time he faced them, handing1
their Cleveland Indian tormentor
a 6 to 3 defeat before a crowd of!
34,879 at Shibe Park.

Over in the National League,
the Brooklyn Dodgers' late rally
defeated the Cincinnati Reds,
5-2, to retain their five-game
lead.
The "never-give-up" St. Louis
Cardinals rallied with four runs
in the last of the ninth to nip the
New York Giants, 6-5, and pull
within a half game of third place.
Red Shoendist's single scoring two
runs was the blow that handed
Dave Koslo his sixth defeat.
With Ralph Kiner setting a
new Pittsburgh record by slam-
ming his 24th and 25th homers
of the season, and with Hank
Greenberg chipping in with his
16th, the Pirates sank the Phila-
delphia Phillies, 6-2, while Er-
nie Bonham was getting his
eighth win.
Homers by Bob Elliott and Phil
Masi topped a 15-hit Brave at-
tack which smothered the Chi-
cago Cubs, 12-4. Elliott's was a
grand slam blow and Masi's came
with two on base.

- > French cinematic tradition." -TIME
A PAt4E FIRM A T CO'ORE RELEASE
FRIDAY, SATURDAY - JULY 25, 26 - 8:30 P.M.
Box Office Opens 3 P.M., Thursday, July 24
Tickets phone 4121, Ext. 479
HILL AUDITORIUM

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SUNSUITS
and
BATHING SUITS
Still loads of time to soak
up the sun in one of our
feminine, flattering play-
suits or bathing suits.
Play Suits
13 off
Bathing Suits
1/ off

POPULAR ALBUMS .".
King Cole Quintet
Boogie Woogie-Pete Johnson, Harry James, etc.
Up Swing-T. Dorsey, Miller, Goodman, Shaw
Dreamland Special-Vaughn Monroe
Harmonica Classics-John Sebastian
Jazz at the Philharmonic-=Vols. 1, 2, 3, and 4.
Artistry in Rhythm-Stan Kenton
Rodgers and Hart-Margaret Whiting
RECENT SINGLES . .
Ivy-Ray McKinley
Passing By-Jo Stafford
Chi-Baba Chi-Baba-Blue Barron
Poppa Don't Preach To Me-Dinah Shore
Jack Jack Jack-Jack Smith
Feudin' and Fightin'-Tex Beneke

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LOST AND FOUND
CAMERA LOST at Island Park near
swings late Sunday afternoon July
13th. Phone Mrs. Montague 7282. Re-
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LOST: Tuesday between Angell and
Mosher: Large green eversb:p pen.
Please call Edith Kovach, 2-4561. Re-
ward. )91
FOR SALE
SPECIAL VALUE white oxford cloth
shirts-button-down collar $3.00. All
sizes. Also white sport shirts. Phone
8768. ) 74
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
MAN'S Hawthorne red-white balloon
tire bicycle in excellent condition.
611 Church St. )95
BLOND EPIHONE guitar. Triumph
model $75 or trade for Golf Clubs.
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LADIE'S BICYCLE, Sports Tourist.
Good condition. Phone Jordan Hall.
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BEAUTIFUL YOUNG PARAKEETS and
Canaries. Bird supplies and cages.
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WANTED
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remodeling of clothes. Prompt serv-
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Phone 2-4666.
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WILL EXCHANGE home privileges in
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FINf4L
CLEWF4RNC
OF
SUMMER SHOES
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On All
Men's and Women's
Summer Footwear
THIS SALE includes all of our nation-
ally advertised brands of summer cas-
uals and spectators for women and all
brown and white and perforated styles
of men's shoes. Not all sizes available.
SALE ENDS
fTH1JRSDAY JULY 31

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SINGLE ROOM for male Junior
dent. For fall. Will pay good
E. R. McCleery, Phone 2-3256.

stu-
rent.
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AT THE LAST,
SHOW (9 P.M.)
FRIDAY
NIGHT
Directly after the
showing of the reg-
ular feature, "That
Way, With Women"
A brand new smash
hit film will be
shown!'
We cannot divulge
namie of film to be
previewed.
NO EXTRA
CHARGE!
ICHIGAN

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
Prices
25c until 5 p.m.
30c after 5 p.m.
Today
"NOCTURNE"
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'SING YOUR WAY HOME'
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