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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

"AGE SEVEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1'AGE 8EV~N

Louisiana State

Upsets Golfers,

11.5-6.5; Netters

Win,

6-0

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Second Varsity
Dual SetdownI
In Five Years
Northwestern, Conqueror
Of Louisiana State, To Be
Today's Opponent
By GEORGE J. ANDROS
Michigan's Varsity golf team met'
dual-meet defeat for the second time
in five years yesterday afternoon
when last season's National Collegi-
ate and Big Ten champions were up
set, 11% to 6% by Louisiana State,
Southern Intercollegiate titleholder,
over the University Coursp.
The Wolverines go into action over
the home course again this morning
and afternoon to meet Northwestern,
recent conquerors of the Louisiana
team and the only other squad to beat
Michigan in recent years.
Prospects for victory today are
complicated by the fact that Louis-
iana State won from Notre Dame who
in turn defeated Northwestern.
Haas Shares Honors
In yesterday's feature match, Fred
Haas, tall and slender Southern In-
tercollegiate champion, defeated
Capt. Chuck Kocsis by one stroke
by virtue of an eagle three on the 18th
hole after Kocsis' bid for an eagle
from the inside edge of the green had
failed by scant inches.
Haas shared medal honors with Al
Saunders,hMichigan number-three
man, by shooting a 75, one stroke
better than Kocsis with an erratic
putter and Paul Leslie of the southern
quartet could post.
Woody Malloy with a 77 bowed toI
Leslie in the second match by another
single-stroke margin. Malloy lost his
final chance to square the match on
the last hole when he sliced his drive
into a trap, came out short of the
green and chipped wide of the cup.
Leslie missed his try for a birdie four
by six inches and had to be contentC
with a halve on the hole.
Saunders Easy Winner
Saunders took all three points from
Lawrence Larcade, but Al Karpinski
at numlber four for the Wolverines
faltered before Wright Adams, 2%
to %. Adams had a 77, Karpinski a
79 and Larcade trailed with an 80.
In best-ball doubles Haas and Les-
lie defeated Kocsis and Malloy, 21
to 1/2, and Saunders and Karpinski
split with Adams and Larcade at 1 /2
apiece. Kocsis and Malloy were even
with their opponents at nine holes,
both foursomes winning two holes
and all four players turning in 39's,
but Malloy's birdie three on the 15th
gave the Wolverines their only hole
oll the home nine, while the south-
ern duo was winning the 11th, 13th
and 18th holes.

'The HOT
STOVE
By BILL REED

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IF MICHIGAN in the next two years
should appear in Conference com-
petition with exceptional strength in
the javelin we are going to petition
Mr. Hoyt and the powers for some
sort of Varsity award. For through
notices on this page Ken Doherty has
had more than twenty prospects re-
port in that event, and some good
ones, too.
Matt Mann, however, may also
make similar claims; for it seems
that propsects reporting from his
swimming squad lead the way
among Dohcrty's spearmen. Ed
Kirar in particular, although he
reported just cne night, has a
natutal whip in his arm such as
is trarely seen, according to
Doherty, Matt Mann's further
contributions are Len Dworsky,
ranking Varsity man at the pres-
cnt and Johnny Schmieler, cap-
tain and All-American swimmer,
three years ago, who qualified for
his letter depite brief training.
WE sat with Wish Eagan, the vet-
eran Ivory Hunter for Detroit's
baseball Tigers, at yesterday's game.
Eagen was watching no one in par-
ticular, but couldn't help but remark
on Tippy Dye's natural talents.
That remark is no new one on
Michigan fields of action, for if Wil-
liam Harrison Dye is hot no where
el se, hie invariably has something of
a field day against Michigan. His
biggest day was last fall when he
gave an exhibition of spectacular run-
ning which will live longer than the
precision of the Minnesota steamroll-
er the week before, but that exhibition
is rivalled by the basketball show he
put on here two winters ago and his
sparkling play in last year's Ohio
State baseball series.
* * * *
CERTAIN athletes have their
best days against certain
teams, and Tippy Dye has his
against Michigan. But he is not
alone, for with him one can in-
clude Wib Henry, the Illinois
gridder whose running destroyed +
Wolverine morale last fall and
who had his best game of the
year against Michigan in basket-
ball, and Vern Huffman, who de-
spite an apparenit misstep which
cost his team a football game
in the fall really turned in an
outstanding performance and
who was the key in defeating
Michigan's basketball team in
the winter.
* * * *
FREDDIE HAAS, the lean native of
Louisiana, was the easy-going
southerner typified as he strolled
through his golf match yesterday,
whistling and reading a letter as he
marched down the fairway. Haas is
one of the slowest players in golf
and gave galleries their biggest head-
ache of the season last year when he
was paired in the National Amateur
with Joe Lynch, unchallenged king
of slowpokes.

Varsity Drops
Only One Set
In Easy Match
Captain Kahn Triumphs In
Straight Sets; Netmen
Face Chicago Today
By CARL GERSTACKER
With the loss of but a single set,?
Michigan's Varsity tennis team swept
over a hopelessly outclassed Purdue
team, 6-0, yesterday at the Ferry
Field courts. A violent cross court
wind made the playing tricky and in
many cases caused errors on shots
that would have been placements un-
der normal playing conditions.
Capt. Howie Kahn, although play-
ing under probably a greater handi-
cap than any of the others since the
wind wreaked havoc with his slow
shots, experienced little difficulty in
trimming Capt. Bob Nikolich, chop
shot artist of the Boilermakers, in
straight sets, 6-3, 6-1.
In the number two singles match,
"old faithful" Miller Sherwood ran
into the toughest competition of the
day in the form of Ray Ulrey, but
Sherwood, playing his usual steady,
confident game, finally came out on,
top, 6-4. 6-3.
Jesse Flick looked like a champion
as he made placement after place-
ment to win the number four singles,
6-1, 6-1. Flick has developed into a
fine stylist and with a little more
steadiness should become one of,
Michiga n's~ op ranking netters.
Johnny Rodriguez had the easiest
match of the day and won in a walk,
6-1, 6-0.
The Varsity netmen will meet Chi-
cago, last year's Conference chain-
pions, at 3 p.m. today in a match that
should produce some excellent tennis.
The Maroons defeated Western State,
6-0, yesterday and rate as topheavy
favorites to beat Coach Johnstone's
proteges today but an upset is not
impossible.
SUMMARiES

So ph

Batting Star

Riskey Announces First I-MI
Interfraternity Golj Tourney
Tw e y-IlFV-iVe Teams Enter tion included by the tourney officials
Cor)petition; Trophy Tc (liminates all graduates from the
Be Awarded To WinnerIeve"t'
Use Winter RulesI
Winter rules will be followed. These
For the first time in the history of allow the teeing up of balls lying on
the department, the I-M will includej the fairway, loss of distance for out
Sl r1 i n f.o ,fP f r i v On f fo I. M ' f1 .- --

Merle Kremer, left fielder ont
Michigian Varsity baseball squ
has been the batting star ofk
Wolverine's last two encount
collecting five extra-base walU
axd twr walks in his last ci
times at the plate.
Terry Holds Position A
i ) Of Batting Le ad
(By the Associated Press)
One half of the Big Six was a
yesterday but those who were didl
well indeed.

x an inrez i acez zi> y g1U tournament of bound shots, and eliminate any
on its schedule this year. According penalty for moving a ball from the
to plans announced by Earl Riskey, cultivated ground under a new tree.
assistant director, the tourney will be All players must be ranked num-
"playcd off Saturday, May 23, (rain or her one, two, three or four before the
shine. beginning of the tourney by team
25 Teams Entered captains.
Twen y-five four-men teams have
L"n entered so far to tour the Uni- Canzonieri Easily
versity golf course in 18 holes of
medal play. The department has Def eats McLarnii
the c'ontributed a trophy cup to be award-
ad, ed to the low team. If the interests
the warrants it the tournament will be NEW YORK, May 8.- (iP) --As a
ers placed on the fraternity program and a huge crowd of 17,000 excited spec-
ops points will be awarded towards the tators jammed Madison Square Gar-
ight fraternity all-year championship. dens tonight, Tony Canzoneri hand-
ed Jimmy McLarnin a decisive beat-
oaysome will be sent out at seven g after spotting his opponent more
iou'soieswil b set ot a seenthan sixpons
minute intervals. No two playersspounds.
I from the same house will be included The lightweight titleholder got
ers on any foursome. away to a slow start and dropped the
As n n allurs msport3nofirst round, but soon took command
As in all Intramural spOri itO of the situation and went on to gain
members of the freshman or' Varsity the decision of Referee Atrhur Don-
cive sciad will be allowed to enter the heovan and the two judges by winning
very (omipetition. An additional stipula- seven of the ten rounds. McLarnin
------I - was in distress at the end of the bout.

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Sports of the DayJ
(By The Associated Press)
NEW YORK, May 8- Fred Mar-
berry, former star pitcher of the .
Washington Senators and Detroit
Tigers, was today given his uncondi-
tional release by Manager Bill Terry
of the New York Giants. He appeared
in only one game and that was for
but one-third of an inning against the
Pirates,
CHICAGO, May 8 - Bold Vetur,
Morton L. Schwartz' Kentucky Derby
winner, today became the first nomi-
nee for the $15,000 added Chicago
Derby to be run at the Hawthorn
Track June 20. The race will be at
a mile and a quarter.
DETROIT, May 8 Mar ,i r
Mickey Cochrane nominated Tonmy
Bridges to face the Cleveland India;s
in tomorrow's game as the Tigers
opened their home stand that xu ill
last until May 22. Orel Hildebrand
was scheduled to do the hurling for
the Indians.
AL MAKES $5
During a pre-game downpour in
Boston the other day, Al Schacht
held an umbrella over Wes Ferrell
while the latter went through the
process of warming up. A fan gave
Al $5.00 for the bumbershoot.

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Terry, Giants .....12
Bru'oaker, Pirates 8
Sullivan, Indians . .11
R. Ferrell, Red Sox 23
Chapman, Yankees 11
Dcemaree, Cubs . .. 20

ASS
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EXPECT BIG CROWD
Iti anticipation of the expected
cr1owd, the Yankee Stadium will be
converted into anactual bowl for the
Louis-Schmeling fight. About 5,000
seats in the stands will be abandoned
to permit the gradual rise.

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NEED IDENTIFICATION CARDS
All students desiring to enter
the Intramural Sports Building
after 12 noon today, must present
identification cards at the door.

University
TENNIS
Service
EXPERT STRINGING
South University opp. the Den

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6- _ d

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Singles;
Kahn (M) df. Nikolich (P),
Sherwood (M) df. Ulrey (P),
Rodriguez (M) df. Zucker
6-0.

6-3,
6-4,
(P),

Men are slipping into
PAL M B EA CH

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Flick (M) df. Wakefield (P), 6-1, 6-1.
Doubles:
Kahn and Sherwood (M) df. Nikolich
and Ulrey (P), 6-0, 4-6, 6-2.
Rodriguez and Flick (M) df. Zucker
and Wakefield (P), 6-4, 7-5.
HEFTIEST IN GAME
Odus Morgan, of the Central State
Teachers College, of Edmond, Okla.,
claims that he is the heftiest player
in competitive baseball. He stands
6 feet 5 inches and tips the beam at
260 pounds.
TENNIS RACKETS
Now at
712 E. Washington Ph. 9793

EARLY... this year

Summaries
Haas (75) def. Koesis (76), 21/2 to
1/2.
Leslie (76) def. Malloy (77), 21/
to 1./
Saunders (75) def. Larcade (80),
3 to 0.
Adams (77) def. Karpinski (79),
2% to 1/2.
Haas and Leslie def. Koesis and
Malloy, 2% to i.
Saunders and Karpinski split with
Larcade and Adams, 1% to 11/2.
Box Score
Ohio State (2) AB R H P A I
Faurot, cf ........ 4 0 0 2 0 0
Raudabaugh, ss .. 3 1 0 2 3 0
Wayslik, 3b.......3 0 1 1 1 2
Zarnos, rf ........ 4 0 1 1 0 0
Klimoski,f:...... 4 0 0 3 0 0
Spery, lb.....4 0014 0 1
Dye,2b..........4 0 0 0 40
Seaman, c ....... 3 1 2 0 3 0
Mauger,p ... 3 0 1 1 2 0
Totals ......32 2 5 24 13 3
Michigan (4) AB R HI P A E
Rudness,ef......4 0 0 0 1 0
Brewer, ss....... 4 0 0 0 3 0
Ferner, 3b........4 1 0 0 1 1
Uricek, 2b ....... 4 2 3 2 0 0
Jablonski, c ...... 3 0 0 11 1 0
Lerner, lb ....... 2 0 1 8 0 0
Kremer, if....... 1 1 1 2 0 0
Heyliger, rf .... 3 0 0 3 0 1
Larson, p ....... 2 0 0 1 2 0
Totals......27 4 5 27 82

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Score by innngs:
Ohio State ........100 010 000-2
Michigan..........310 200 lOx-4
Two base hit: Seaman. Three base
hit: Kremer. Struck out by: Larson,
11. Bases on balls off: Larson, 2;
Mauger, 5. Left on bases: Ohio State,
5; Michigan, 4. Wild pitches: Mauger
(2). Umpires: Martin and Snyder.
Time of game: 1:50.
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