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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

Golf Team Loses

To Spartans; Netters Nose Out Illinois 5-4

Michigan State
Wins By FiVe
Point Margin
Brand Cards 70 In Giving
Visitors Victory; Wayne
Match Is Tomorrow
By BEN MOORSTEIN
Michigan State's highly touted golf
team warranted its reputation'yester-
day when it easily overcame Michigan
by an 11%-6 score. The match,
played over the University course, is
Michigan's second defeat in seven
starts.
Michigan meets Wayne University
here Monday afternoon at 4 p.m. in
an effort to gain its first victory on
home grounds.
Tommy Brand, veteran Spartan
- ace, captured low medal honors of the
day with a par-shattering 70 as he
took three points from Lynn Riess.
Both were performing in the No. 3,
positions.
Karpinski Is Runner-Up
Capt. Al Karpinski finished runner-
up with a 74, two over par, and did
most of the Michigan scoring in the
match play. He blanked Roy Nelson,
State's No. 2 man, 3-0.
The prime factor in Michigan's de-
feat was the ragged putting of the
team. Several holes were dropped
purely on this account with almost all
the team being guilty at one time or
another.
Bill Barclay, Michigan's No. 1 start-
er, paired off against State's Ed Flow-
ers in a foursome which included
Karpinski and Nelson. Barclay drop-
ped three points to Flowers while tak-
ing two holes, losing four and halving
three on the first nine, and winning
two, losing three and halving four
on the final nine!
Score Is Evened
Karpinski evened the scoring at
three-all by capturing three holes,
losing two and halving four on the
way out, and taking three losing two
and splitting four coming in.
In best-ball play in this foursome,
Michigan won the first nine one up,
went one-down on the second nine,
dividing the three points evenly. The
first four finished with'the score tied
at 4%-41/.
Brand's 70, in which he scored three
birdies, was too much for sophomore
Lynn Riess who turned in a good 75..
Going out, Riess took three, lost four,
tied two. Coming in three were halved,
Brand pulled down five and lost one.
Yearnd Scores 83
No. 4 men, Michigan's Bill Yearnd
and the Spartan's Bud Tansey, split
their three points in half. Yearnd was
three down on the first nine but came
back strong to finish three up on the
last nine. Both players turned in the
same high score of 83.
The most Michigan could do in
best-ball play here was % points by
halving the second nine. State took
four, Michigan three and two were
divided going out.
SUMMARIES
Michigan 6% Michigan S. 11%
barclay (76) 0 Flowers (76) 3
Karpinski (74) 3 Nelson (76) 0
Riess (75) 0 Brand (70) 3
Yearnd (83) 1Y Tansey (83) 11/2
Best ball: Barclay-Karpinski, 1%/2
Riess-Yearnd %; Brand-Tansey 2%.

Fred*Outdoes Himself

Fred Martin, whose 182 feet 3
inches was good enough for second
place in the Big Ten meet last year,
threw the javelin 196 feet 72 inches
yesterday to annex first place in the
Quadrangular track and field meet
won by Michigan yesterday at;
Blocmington, Ind.
IM Tourneys
Get Under Way
In First Round
latches Are Played Off
In Softball, Horseshoes
And Tennis'Competition
The I-M spring sports schedule
swung imto full action yesterday with
26 first round games being played
off in tennis,horseshoes, and soft-
ball tourneys.
Pi Lambda Phi, winners of last;
year's fraternity tennis competition,
came through as expected beating
out Theta Chi 2-1 in their first
match in this year's fraternity tour-
ney. Psi Upsilon five defeated Trigon
2-1. Theta Xi and Phi Gamma Delta
were victorious whipping Sigma
Alpha Mu and Beta Theta Pi re-
spectively.
Sigma Chi Upset
Zeta Beta Tau upset the Sigma
Chi tennis team in the first round
winning by a 2-1 score. Sigma Alpha
Epsilon whitewashed Triangle 3-0.
Other tennis matches played off
yesterday came out with the fol-
lowing results. Phi Epsilon Pi beat
Phi Kappa Sigma 2-1. Delta Tau
Delta whipped Acacia 2-1. Sigma
Nu lost to Phi Sigma Delta 2-1.
Kappa Delta Rho won from Phi
Kappa Tau on a default. Delta Up-
silon beat Kappa Nu 2-1. Lambda
Chi Alpha knocked off Chi Psi 2-1.
Zeta Psi defeated Sigma Phi Epsilon
2-1. Alpha Delta Phi won from Tau
Kappa Epsilon 2-1. Phi Beta Delta
downed Phi Kappa Psi 2-1 and Sigma
Phi shut out Phi Sigma Kappa 3-0.
Champs Win 3-0
In the fraternity horseshoes tour-
nament, Triangle, defending cham-
pions won their first tourney blank-
ing Phi Beta Delta 3-0.
In the other horseshoes matches,
Delta Upsilon beat Alpha Tau Omega
3-0. Sigma Phi Epsilon lost to Kappa
Delta Rho 3-0. Phi Sigma Delta
whitewashed Delta Tau Delta 3-0.
Acacia defeated Alpha Delta Phi 2-1.
Zeta Psi won from Alpha Kappa
Lambda 2-1. Kappa Nu beat Tau
Kappa Epsilon 2-1. Beta Theta Pi
defaulted to Theta Delta Chi. Chi
Phi nosed out Sigma Alpha Mu 2-1
and Phi Epsilon Pi won from Psi
Upsilon on a default.

Varsity Tennis
Squad Captures
Wim Over lhi
Kidwell And Woolsey Take
Second Deciding Match
In Two Days Of Meetf
CHAMPAIGN, 111., April 23.-(Spe-
cial uo the Daily)-Michigan's num-
bor two tennis doubles team of John
Kidwell and Steve Woolsey came
through again today to give the Wol-
verines a 5 to 4 decision over Illinois
in a Big Ten net match.
Today's win was the second in two
days for the Wolverines, the Wool-
sey-Kidwell combination winning
both deciding matches. The duo
rallied to whip the Illini team of
Cy Braun and Harry Chanowitz, 2-6
6-3, 6-3. Yesterday the same men
won a deciding battle giving Michigan
a 4 to 3 victory over Indiana.
Coach Leroy Weir's team captured
four out of the six singles matches,
but Illinois' three doubles combina-
tions all stepped out to grab the first
set of their contests. After Bill Rich
and John Schuder of Illinois whipped
the number one Wolverine duo of
Hank Cohen and Don Percival, the
number two Michigan team came
from behind to sweep the second and
third sets.
SUMMARIES
Singles-McCoy (I.) defeated Lev-
enson (M), 7-5, 6-1; Percival (M)
defeated Rich (I.) 6-3, 2-6, 6-4; Kid-
well (M) defeated Chanowitz () 6-4,
6-1; Braun (I) defeated Slattery (M),
6-3, 4-6, 6-4; Cohen (M) defeated
Schuder (I), 6-4, 6-2; Woolsey (M),
beat Dean (I), 6-2, 6-3.
Doubleses-Rich-Schuder (I) de-
feated Cohen-Percival (M), 6-4, 6-4;
Kidwell-Woolsey (M) defeated Che-
nowitz-Braun (I), 2-6, 6-3, 6-3; Mc-
Coy-Dean (I) defeated Levenson-
Morris (M) 11-9, 6-3.
Graduate Students
IIncluded In I-M's
A thletic Program
For the first tme in its :history, the
Intramural department is starting a
campaign to get graduatQ students
in organized intramural sports activ-
ities.
Inaugurating a special division for
them, the department has split into
two groups those belonging to profes-
sional fraternities and graduate stu-
dents. I
The schedule planned for them in-
cludes volleyball in the fall, basket-
ball, bowling and squash in the win-
ter season and baseball, golf, tennis
and horseshoes in the spring. The
regular I-M point and award. sys-
tem will be used to decide the year
winning teams.
The Law. Club Freshmen won the
volleyball tourney, the Lae Club Jun-
iors hold the basketball title. Jim
Tracy is the winner of the bowling
singles and he and Tom Munson com-
bined to take the doubles Milton
Lappin is the winner of the handball
singles tourney and M. A Bacon
holds the title for indoor tennis
singles. Floyd Black won the squash
tourney.

Joe Sneaks In; Shows
He's Ready For Action

NEW YORK, April 23.-()-JoeL o P itt
DiMaggio slipped into town through
the "back door" today and proceeded
to show his holdout hasn't done his DETROIT, April 23.-(--Scat-
batting eye any harm by clouting tering eight Detroit hits, Johnny Al-
several balls out of the lot during the I len pitched the Cleveland Indians to
Yankees' bitting practice. a 6 to 3 victory over the Tigers here:
To avoid a "welcome committee" today. The victory, Cleveland's sec-
at New York, Deadpan Dimag hopped ond straight, assured the Indians the:
off the train at Newark and was met series, which ends Sunday.1
by his close friend, Joe Gould, the By winning, Cleveland remained!
fight manager. Joe walked away from deadlocked with Washington and1
would-be interviewers, and completed Boston for first place in the Amer-
the trip to the Yankee Stadium by: ican League. The defeat left the
automobile. Bengals in seventh place with one
After getting into uniform, he victory in five starts.{
greeted Manager Joe McCarthy. ,
The triumph was particularly sweet
Nothing was said as they shook hands, for the fiery-tempered Allen because;
smiled pleasantly and proceeded to it was scored at the expense of "Whis-
the work of pre-game practice before tling Jake" Wade, erratic Tiger
the Yanks-Senators game at the southpaw. Wade beat Allen, 1 to 0,
stadium. in the final game of the 1937 season
here when the Clevelander was trying
for' a perfect season and his 16th
.1 B consecutive victory.
I ATt1TTCubs Ilown Cardinals;
LAUGH Cb
CHICAGO; April 3.-(P)-The Chi-
cago Cubs, behind the brilliant four-
CLARENCE E. MUNN hit pitching of Larry French, shut
Michigan Football Coach out the St. Louis Cardinals. 4 to 0.
Coaching at Albright College in today before 7,770 spectators at Wrig-
Coacing t Abrigt Clleg inley Field.
1936, we devised a system whereby yheCd.
players on the team would get plenty The Cub southpaw never was in
of leg work. The plan was that serious trouble and the four Cardinal
everytime they fumbled or made a safeties, two by Mickey Owen and
glaring error, they'd be forced to do the others by Enos Slaughter and
a lap around the track. Stu Martin, all came in separate
frames.
A little white pooch by the
name of Mickey used to hang B r n Back Phii
around the practice field, and Bees urn Back YhrlCs
when the boys started doing their BOSTON, April 3.-(A)-Spurred
laps, he'd follow right along. by a clear day and the cheers of 10,-
After a particularly bad practice 180 fans, Boston's hustling Bees of-
one day, Dick Riffle, who made ficially opened the National League
the little All-America in 1936 baseball season in beantown today by
after leading the East in scormg, turning back Philadelphia, 3 to 1.
turned to a teammate and said: Lou Fette, who beat the Phillies
"This guy Munn's a pretty tough three times last year and has yet
guy isn't he?" to lose a game to them, limited!
"Sure is," repied his perspiring the opposition to four hits while his
friend. teammates were making their six
Riffle hapened to glance at his hits count.
feet and there stood Mickey, the
pooch-also panting. Pirates Get Fifth Win
"Yeh," continued Riffle, "and
there's the proof. We're not the PITTSBURGH, April 23.----The
only one's getting it. Look at the Pittsburgh Pirates grabbed a tighter
pooch-even he's losing weight." hold atop the National League today
-_by putting a 6 to 2 slug on their
y-favorite fall guys, the Cincinnati
Giants Take 8- ff/ln Reds. It was the fifth consecutive
victory in the current campaign for
BROOKLYN, April 23.-(P)-John- the Bucs.
ny McCarthy clouted one of Rookie Johnny Rizzo, Pittsburgh's rookie
Bill Posedel's pitches over the right left fielder, teed off a couple of 450
field wall in the seventh inning foot triples to the centerfield fence
today to break a tie and give the
New York Giants an 8 to 5 victory
over the Dodgers.
Up to that point, it was a hair-
raiser game, with the Giants taking a
5-0 lead in the first three innings on
Jim Ripple's homer in the first and a
three-run splurge in the third.
COLLEGE BASEBALL
Indiana 7, Oho State 5.
Purdue 5, Minnesota 3.
Chicago 3, Wisconsin 2.
Hillsdale 30; Adrian 0.
'Iowa 7, Northwestern 2.

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to spark three runs each in the first
and fifth innings.
Red Sox Beat Athletics
PHILADELPHIA. April 23.-(P)-
Behind the effective pitching of the
veteran southpaw, Lefty Grove, the
Boston Red Sox today ruined the
Athletics' home opening by winning,
10 to 4, before a crowd of 10,895.
Within five minutes after Governor
George Earle had tossed out the
opening ball, the slugging Red Sox
had chased Edgar Smith from the
mound to give Grove a three-run
lead.

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Race After

Loses First
21 Victories

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LAWRENCE, Kans., April 23-(R)--
Eight new records flashed from the
gloomy setting of the 16th annual
Kansas Relays today, but missing
from the list was a mile mark expect-
ed to be dug up by the spiked shoes
of Glen Cunningham, Archie San Ro-
mani, Don Lash or Gene Venzke.
In fact, instead of breaking his own
meet record of 4:27.7, the great Cun-
ningham found himself suffering his
first defeat in 22 starts, with San
Romani breasting the tape in the
rather apathetic time of 4:23.

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