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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

By GEORGE J. ANDROS

Kocsis Eighth
In Open; Trails
By 3 Strokes
Wolverine Pilot Has 143
To Hold Amateur Lead
As Second Round Ends
SPRINGFIELD, N. J., June 5.-(P)
-Shooting a sub par 71 that could
have been one or two strokes better
for a two day total of 143 in the sec-
ond round of the National Open Meet
over the Baltusrol Golf Course today,
Capt. Chuck Kocsis of the Varsity
golf team headed the amateurs and
remained three strokes behind the
leaders.
Kocsis, Western Conference golf
champion, started today's round with
an eagle three, had taken only 33
strokes at the turn and seemed in line
for a 69 until he slipped over par on
the sixteenthrand eighteenth holes.
Mangrum Holds Lead
Alone of the triumvirate which
shared the first round pace, Ray
Mangrum continued to ride at the
head of the big paradeby adding an
uncompromising 71 to his previous
69 for a total of 140, four shots under
par for Baltusrol's madly battered
upper course. Victor Ghezzi, first to
tee off, jumped out in front with his
second successive 70 and was not
beaten all day in the race for com-
manding positions at the halfway
stage.
The scores of the twin leaders were
only one stroke short of the all-time
championship record of 139, set by
Chick Evans for the first half of the
1916 tournament at Minikahda.
One stroke off the pace, still very
much in the running, were a quartet
of seasoned professional favorites,
Denny Shute of Boston, Henry Pi-
card of Hershey, Pa., Harry Cooper of
Chicago and Johnny Revolta, the Na-
tional P.G.A. champion. All cracked
par for their second round to post
totals of 141 each. Shute did it the
hard way, with nine one-putt greens
and spectacular recoveries from
trouble on the last six holes to regis-
ter a 69. Cooper, minus any such
luck on the greens for the second
straight day, carded a 70, while Pic-
ard and Revolta produced 71 each.
Only two shots away there's sharp-
shooting Tony Manero of Greens-
boro, N.C., who pulled himself up to
142 with a sparkling 69, the fifth
three-under-par round of the tourna-
ment. Another shot back, at 143,

1935-36

Intramural Champions

FRATERNITY CHAMPIONS
Baseball .......... Delta Upsilon
Basketball 'A' .......... Chi Psi
Basketball 'B' ................ .
...........Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Bowling .........Kappa Sigma*
Cross Country . . Phi Kappa Psi*
Dual Swimming .......Sigma Chi
Foul Throwing ........... Chi Psi
Handball ........ Phi Beta Delta*s
Horseshoes .........Hermitage*
Relays .......... Phi Kappa Psi*
Sigma Delta Psi . . .Delta Upsilon
Speedball ............. Theta Chi
Swimming Meet ......Sigma Chi
Tennis ......... Theta Kappa Psi
or Chi Psi
Track ............ Phi Kappa Psi
Volleyball .............Kappa Nu
Water Polo ..........Psi Upsilon
Wrestling .........Delta Upsilon
*Won same sport last year.
FACULTY CHAMPIONS
Baseball ........ Chemistry Dept.
Bowling...........Hayes Meyer
Handball singles .....C. D. Jones
Handball doubles . Espelie-Smith
Squash ............... M. Neihus
Tennis ................... W hite

INDEPENDENT CHAMPIONS
Baseball .............. Phys. Eds
Basketball ............. All Stars
Football ..................D.D.s
Foul Shooting....... . .....D.D.s
Handball ................. D.D.s
Horseshoes ...........Wolverines
or D.D.s
Relays...............All Stars
Track.............Wolverines
Tennis..................D.D.s
Volleyball................ D.D.s
Wrestling...........Wolverines
ALL CAMPUS CHAMPIONS
Fall Program
Squash ...........E. S. Donovan
Tennis............... H. Bullock
Winter Program
Bowling singles ....'.........Falk
Bowling doubles . Glick-Markham
Handball singles .......Hilburger
Handball doubles . .Lappin-Klahr
Ice Hockey ........... Alley-Cats
Tennis singles.........Schneider
Spring Program
Archery ..................Nixon
Tennis doubles ...... Schneider-
.Lulenski
Horseshoes singles .......Baldwin
Tennis singles ........ Schneider
Golf .................... Hansen

T'hree Hundred
Athletes Enter
Track Carnival

Michigan To Send Twenty
Men To Grand Rapids In
OlympicTryout Meet
GRAND RAPIDS, June 5.-(P)-
Approximately 300 athletes, each
with an eye on the Olympic Games
at Berlin this summer, will assemble
here June 13 for the West Michigan
games at Houseman Field.
The event, annually one of the
leading track and field meets in this
section of the State, is taking on
added significance this year because
it is a combination of the usual West 1
Michigan Games, the Michigan A.
A. U. Track and Field Championships
and the Michigan Regional Olympic
tryouts.
Now that the meet has been ele-
vated to Olympic status, each first
and second place winner will get a
chance to enter the Olympic semi-
finals at Milwaukee later this month.
Headlining the entries thus far re-
ceived is the University of Michigan.
Coach Charles Hoyt is planning to
bring 20 athletes to compete with en-
tries from Michigan State, Western
State Teachers, Michigan State Nor-
mal, Detroit Track Club, of Detroit,
and numerous individuals from Flint,
Toledo and other cities.
Among the individual entrants will
be James Owen, former University of
Iowa sprinter, who is entering from
Flint. Dave Hunn, of Elkhart, Ind.,
who won the pole vault in the 1935
games, will be on hand to defend his
title. P. B. Troy, last year's discus
throw winner and former Central
State Teachers College star, will com-
pete.
Dr. Fisher Names

Oakland Hills Course
Named Site Of '3 7 Open
SPRINGFIELD, N. J., June 4.
-{YP'-The United States golf as-
sociation today announced the
1937 National Open Champion-
ship will be played at the Oakland
Hills Country Club, Birmingham,
Mich. This was the scene of the
1924 event.
The .1937 National Amateur
tournament was awarded to Al-
derwood Country Club, Portland.
Spartan Nine Beats
Iowa By 3-0 Score
EAST LANSING, June 5.-F)-
Warren Walters pitched shutout
baseball as the Michigan State Col-
lege baseball team defeated the Uni-
versity of Iowa here today, 3 to 0.
A home run by Milt Lehnhrdt
scored Irving Bartling ahead bf him
in the eighth inning. Walters scored
the other run in the fifth inning of
the closely fought pitchers' battle. He
singled and came home after the
catch of Bartling's long fly.
I-M ACTIVITIES CEASING
The Intramural Sports Build-
ing will be closed to all activi-
ties and showers from Saturday,
June 13, to Saturday, June 20.

I-M Sports Program Attracts
Over 4,600 During Past Year

By ART BALDAUFl
With all the Fraternity tennis andl
the Independent horseshoes cham-
pionships decided, the Intramural
Sports Department, the largest of
,its kind in the world, yesterday
brought to a close what was termed
one of the most successful programs+
in recent years.
Approximately 4,600 students and
faculty members competed in the or-
ganized full-year program, an in-
crease of 100 over last season.
Basketball, baseball, f o o t b a 11,
speedball, tennis, and volleyball, the
sports most widely participated in,
together attracted over 3100 partici-
pants. Approximately 900 men en-
tered the basketball tourney. Base-
'all was next in line with 48 fra-
ternity teams and 20 independent or-
ganizations entering 864 players.
Volleyball, with 592 entrants, speed-
ball and football with 417, and tennis
attracting 345 men complete the list
of most popular sports.
The ten fraternities with the high-
est all-year total are:
1. Delta Upsilon ..........1165
2. Psi Upsilon .............1099
3. Theta Chi ..............1076
4. Kappa Nu .............. 952
5. Phi Beta Delta .......... 932
Joe White, Delta Upsilon, led the
individual entrants in number of
sports participated in. He entered 13
sports. Richard Gerkensmeyer of
Theta Xi and Harold Clayton of

Delta Upsilon were one behind him,
having entered 12 evens each. Ker-
mit Webb and Robert Evans, of
Alpha Kappa Lambla, and Jack
Briner of Theta Chi were next with
11 sports to their credit. Harry Her-
man and Art Cohen, Phi Beta Delta,
George Frid and Walker Graham,
Theta Chi, George Bolas and Elbert
Haight, Delta Upsilon, William Ma-
son, Theta Xi, and Jerome Dick,
Sigma Alpha Nu entered 10 events
each.
The leading independent organiza-

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are:
DD.'s ..........
or 878 depending
horseshoes

.. 890
on result of

2. Wolverines ...............870
or 858 depending on result of
horseshoes.
3. J.O.E's ..................649
4. Forestry Club ............507
Two sports were added this year
and will continue on the Intramural
program in the future. A Fall track
meet will take the place of the usual
cross country run, and golf has been
added as a permanent spring sport.

New Sport Classes
The sports classes open 'to both
men and women that will be held
during the Summer Session have
been announced by Dr. C.. A. Fisher,
assistant director of the extension
division.
Golf will be taught by Raymond O.
Courtright, University golf coach.
Classes for beginning and advanced
students will meet at 4:45 p.m. on
Tuesdays and Thursday, beginning
June 30, at the Practice Tee on the
University Golf Course.

Liberal
Cash Price
for
USED TYPEWRITERS

and Yost. Degener
Oosterbaan, one of Michigan's four
nine-letter men, makes the list. for
the second time as a forward among
the basketball players. His record of
57 field goals in Western Conference
compeition was surpassed only this
year by Bob Kessler of Purdue.
The hockey squads
of the past are repre-
sented by Johnny
< r;Sherf, '35, who dis-
r:.: ttinguished himself as
a member of the De-
troit Olympics last
winter, and whose
Sheri chances of gaining a
berth on the championship Red
Wings next season appear to be good.
Johnny Fischer, '35, member of the
Walker Cup team for the second time
this spring, National Collegiate cham-
pion in 1932, and three-time Big Ten
titleholder, is the single golfer placed
on the list.
'Little Matt Mann'.. .
"TITTLE MATT MANN," The Daily
Texan is calling Tex Robertson,
former Michigan swimming star and
now coach at the southern institu-
tion. It all came about in this way.
When a reporter asked Tex why he
went to Michigan all the way from
Los Angeles to swim, the former Big
Ten 220 and 440-yard free-style
champion replied, "because that's
where Matt Mann, the world's great-
est coach was." So when Tex bat-
tied ineligibility and inexperience to
give the University of Texas its fifth
consecutive Southwest Conference

Ed White, who beat Fred Haas of stands Ralph Guldahl of Beverly
Louisiana State for the National Col- Hills, Calif., who also advanced with
legiate golf title last June, gives all a 70 today.
the credit to his Texas coach, Harvey Eaton Shoots Hole-In-One
Penick. White was runner up for the The scoring jamboree included a
same title in 1934 to Charles Yates hole-in-one for Zell Eaton, Oklahoma
of Georgia. City's professional recruit, who sank

We also pack, store, and
ship at moderate prices.
Students returning in the
fall frequently leave their
typewriters with us to be
cleaned and stored during
the summer.
0. D. Morrill
314 South State St.
Typewriters of all makes, bought,
sold, rented, exchanged, .cleanecd,
repaired.
Since 1908 Phone 6615

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Eight freshmen tennis players se-
lected ,from a squad of over thirty
have been awarded numerals by
Coach Johnny Johnstone.
The complete list of winners is as
follows: Bill Mills, Grosse Pointe; Ed
Payne, Grand Rapids; John Kidwell,
Wayne; Bill Woolsey, Evanston, Ill.;
Bill Smith, Charlotte, N. C. Ed Mor-
ris, Youngstown, O.; Don Percival,
Toledo, O.; Herb Cisco, Detroit.
Courtright Awards Golf
Numerals To Freshmen
Eight freshmen were awarded golf
numerals yesterday by Coach RayI
Courtright.
The following yearlings received
awards: Charles P. Evans, Jr., Titus-
ville, Pa.: Robert G. Griffin, Swarth-
more, Pa.; Edwin H. Hoagland, De-
troit; Albert R. Krueger, Ann Arbor;
Kenneth G. McCarron, Detroit;
Charles P. Novak, Detroit; Donald
L. Zimmerman, Mishawaka, Ind.; andj
William H. Yearnd, Cadillac.

his mashie shot from the tee on the
158-yard tenth hole. Zell then blew
himself to a pair of sixes and finished
with a 75 for 147 while his amateur
companion, Jack Munger of Dallas,
came home with a brilliantly-execut-
ed 70 for a total of 144.
The total number of survivors, 76,
as wellias the maximum scoreaneeded
to qualify both represented all time
records for the championship, under
present rules. Never before has 155
failed to make the qualifying grade.
Kocsis' Card:
Par out-543 444 354-36.
Kocsis out-343 434 453-33.
Par in-354 443 454-36-72.
Kocsis in-354 443 555-38-71.
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