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PAGE FO THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wolverine Golf Team To Defend Big-Ten Championship At E

TUESDAY, MAY 23,
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Seven Teams Vie
For Golf Crown
In 72-Hole Meet
Match Will Take Place
Over Killdeer Course
Today And Tomorrow
Michigan Is Favored,
Fischer Shoots Practice
Round In 71, Par For
Northwestern Layout
By PHIL VAN ZILE
Michigan's Western Conference
Golf Champions and runners-up in
the National Intercollegiate Tourna-
ment for 1932 tee off this morning in
defence of their Conference title over'
the Kildeer course, Northwestern's
home lay-out. Four man teams from
Minnesota, Illinois, Ohio State,
North estern, Indiana, and Chicago
wdill compete.
Thirty-six holes will be played to-
day and 36 more tomorrow with the
low team aggregate for the 72 holes
winning the title.
Led by Johnny Fischer, National
Intercollegiate and Individual Con-
ference champion, the Maize and
Blue team should encounter little op-
position from anyone with the pos-
sible exception of Minnesota, last
year's runners-up.
The team, composed of Fischer,
Dayton, Markham, and George David
has compiled a fine record this sea-
son and on the whole look stronger
injured Knee Benches
Teitelbaum For Season
A wrenched knee, suffered by
Jack Teitlebaum, brilliant sopho-
more shortstop, in the Purdue-
Michigan game last Friday, will
keep him from playing any more
this season for the Michigan team.
Several ligaments were torn loose
and the knee will have to be in a
cast for at least six weeks. Teitle-
baum is now in the hospital at
Lafayette and will not be able to
get back tonAnnArbor until late
this week.
than the team that went to Minne-
sota last year to cop the title with -a
team score of 1,248, twenty strokes
better than their nearest rivals.
The Kildeer course, scene of the
title struggle offers approximately as
hard a test as the Minnesota course.
Narrow fairways and lightning fast
greens, rather than excessive dis-
tance, place a premium on accuracy
and are likely to discourage the
"step - up - and - bang - 'em" type of
golfer.
Par Is 71

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Kipke Calls Ward 'Just
A Swell Football Player'
Harry Kipke is a track fan, and
carries his own form sheet and
never misses a chance to see
Michigan win a Big Ten track
title, but when it comes to dis-
cussing Willis Ward, "he's just a
swell football player."
Other Michigan track enthusi-
asts would like to see Ward kept
out of football, because a minor
injury might end his career on the
cinders.
"Save your breath," says Kipke.
"He is too valuable to the football
team. He won't get hurt."
Bengals Lose
To Whit ehill
As Rally Fails
WASHINGTON, May 22. - --P)-
Earl Whitehill and Carl Fischer
aced their old teammates when the
Tigers met the Griffs, and Whitehill
won, 6 to 5, although both he and
Fischer were chased from the prem-
ises before the battle was over.
A three-run batting outburst in
the fourth inning drove Fischer to
cover and gave the Griffs a lead they
never relinquished.

State Normal
Beats Michigan
Nine, 8 To 7

PLAY &
BY- PLAY

Hurons Win Despite
Wolverine Runs
In Ninth Inning

By AL

N EWMAN-

Four
Made

The M. T. I. C.

Despite a four-run comeback in
the last inning, the Michigan Varsity
baseball team dropped the game to
Michigan State Normal, 7 to 8. The
contest was played at Ypsilanti and
made up one of the scheduled games
that has been postponednbecause of
rain earlier, in the season.
Coach Ray Fisher used three
pitchers and shifted the Michigan
lineup several times during the game
to find out what he had to use for
the game with Michigan State to-
morrow. Menefee pitched the first
five innings for the Maize and Blue
and was nicked for four runs: one
in the second, one in the fourth, and
two in the fifth. Melzer came in to
hurl in the fifth and held the Hurons
scoreless except for two runs in the
seventh until the ninth frame, when
Patchin replaced him. Ypsi made an
additional two runs off Patchin to
win the game.
Michigan Scores 4 In Ninth
Michigan did not show much
power in batting throughout the
game except in the ninth inning
when it scored four runs. The Wol-
verines made, besides these, one run
in the first and two in the third.
Michigan showed the loss of Teit-
elbaum although Manuel played a
good game at shortstop. Stanley
Ware appeared for the first time this
year in the lineup and played at first
base. His fielding game was not up
to the standard that Manuel has
been setting all year but his hard
hitting almost offset his misplays at
the initial sack.
The other shifts in the lineup con-
sisted of Wistert and Regeczi pinch
hitting in the ninth inning.

** 4:
ATTACKED again by its usual
virus, Michigan's Varsity tennis
team took a fifth at the Conference
meet in Urbana last week-end. Five
points were scored by the four men
entered in the competition, two
doubles successes being registered
while the Wolverines' usual weak-
ness in the singles was made mani-
fest through the winning of but one
match.
No Maize and Blue player went
further than the second round, Ap-
pelt scoring the only individual vic-
tory to go past the first round. He
was eliminated by Tetting, North-
western's ace, in a match which was
creditable from the angle of the
Michigan player. Captain Dick Snell
was unable to go to the meet, and so
the Wolverine entry was comprised
of Siegel, Nisen. Sandusky, and Ap-
pelt.
This year's net team looks well in
practice. The Maize-and-Blue play-
ers have strokes and power. Every
man of the outfit looks like a poten-
tial point-scorer in high-class com-
petition.
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Softball Teams
Point Towards
Closing Games
n" 1",,tn
Just so long as old man sun keeps
being nice about it, the Intramural
department will be happy. If the
weather holds out, four- teams in the
fraternity baseball league will have
reached the semi-finals by the end.
of this week and the entire tourney
will be completed by the last of the
month.
Delta Tau Delta in the upper
bracket, and Phi Lambda Kappa in
the lower bracket have already en-
tered the semi-final round by virtue
of wins over Psi Upsilon and Tau
Delta Phi respectively. Tuesday, Del-
ta Chi will play Phi Kappa Psi and
the winner will meet Phi Beta Delta
Wednesday, to determine the second
semi-finalist in the upper half. Mon-
day, Sigma Nu will play Phi Alpha
Delta and the winner will meet Al-
pha Tau Omega to decide the second
semi-finalist in the lower half.
It is also hoped that both the
horse-shoe and tennis tourneys will
have reached the quarter-finals by
next week-end.

by W. A. A. will take place this aft-
ernoon at 4 p. m. at the Fair
Grounds. A group of men from the
Undergraduate Outing Club will par-
ticipate, as well as the members of
W. A. A. and other co-eds interested
in riding.
Judges for the affair will be Presi-
dent Ruthven, Captain Custis, and
Mr. Mullison, who is also donating
the horses. Dr. Margaret Bell will
award the ribbons, and Dr. Bruce
will be the announcer.
A parade heads the list of events,
followed by form riding for women,
and then men entrants. Five-gaited
form riding for both groups is next
on the list. Form riding in couples
will be next. A demonstration of
western, army, polo, and show riding

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below Michigan in the summaries.
Ohio State was defeated by the
Wolves in dual competition. So call
it Inexperience.
Today, six members of the team
journey to East Lansing, where a
close match is expected. Captain
Snell will again be absent from the
lineup, and Nisen will probably play
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BUT put a Michigan player on the
court against a Big Ten oppo-
nent, and a great change may be
noticed. He will lose his best strokes
and play his opponent's game. This
characteristic has brought down con-
sistent criticism from Coach John-
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the M. T. I. C. (Michigan Tennis In-
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On the other hand, other Confer-
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Thn lay-out measures 6,450 yards'
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Fischer, who turned in an aggre-
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unless he has troubletas he did on
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