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THE MICHIGAN DA ILY

Colhen Defeats
Riley For Only
Wolverine Win
Chicago Holds Big Lead
After First Day's Play;
Drawings Hurt Varsity
By ART BALDAUF
t EV A N STO N, I., a y 1 9.- Spei a
here for the annual three-day Con-
ference match, fell by the wayside in
five of the six singles divisions first
round matches 1Played today. Henry
Cohen, playing in the number five
spot, was the only Wolverine to live
through the first round. He defeated
John Riley of \isconsin in straght
In two of the matches the Wolver-
ines were the victims of the drawings.
John Kidwell faced Bill Murphy of
Chicago in the third bracket, while
Ed Morris played the underdog role
against Charles Shostrum of the Ma-
roons in the sixth position. The Ma-
roons are odds-on favorites to win
the team title and most of the in-
dividual paces.
At conclusion of play in the first
round today team totals stood as fol-
lows: Chicago, 6, Northwestern 3 %,
Illinois 3, Ohio, Minnesota and Iowa
2, Michigan 1, Purdue and Wisconsin
0.
Play tomorrow will include the
matches in the first round of the
doubles and the quarter-finals "of the
~singles events. Cohen meets Phil Levy
of Minnesota in the singles.
In the doubles Levinson and Morris
ofChester a d B ill Murphy. IKidw
and Cohen face the Maroon John
Shostrum and Jorgensen duo, and
Woolsey and Slattery take on Hatch
and Sears of Iowa in the third brack-
et.
Mlchlgan~ Summaries: Singles; first
division; Fleming, Iowa defeatedi Lev-
enson 6-2, 8-10, 6-4. Second division:
Rich, Illinois defeated Percival 6-1,
.6-4. Third division: William Murphy,
Chicago, defeated Kidwell 6-1, 6-3.
Fourth division: Huntly, Minnesota
defeated Woolsey, 6-4, 3-6, 9-7. Fifth
division: Cohen, defeated Riley, Wis-
consin. 6-0, 6-1. Sixth division:
Charles Shostrom, Chicago, defeated
Morris, 6-1, 6-2.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 1, New York 0.
Brook yn 8, St. Louis 4.
Philadelphia 5, CincinnatI 4.
Boston 4, Pittsburgh 3.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 6, Philadelphia 2.
Chicago 4, Boston 0.
Cleveland 15, Washington 3.
New York-St. Louis, rain.
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Fall B ayside
PR ESS PASSE S
By BUD BENJAMIN _______
Michigan? . .. But Definitely .. .
A PROFESSOR, OF GERMAN, a recognized "swing ' authority, and a
track prognosticator par excellence takes over this corner today. The
contributor is Phil Diamond, the affable gentleman with the hot record
collection, the unerring stop watch, and the pleasing voice that calls out the
times and places over the p.a. system at the home track meets.
Track is more than a hobby to Phil. It's practically an obsession..
So keen is his insight into this branch of sport, that local writers
have long been at swords' points over whom shall get Phil's annual
predictions on the Conference track meet. A systemn was finally
devised whereby all factions would be appeased. Phil now distributes
his predictions according to a seniority list with each writer getting
a crack at the top position. We weren't in the number one spot this
time, but we got the dope sheet in time to pass it on to you prior to
the meet. Activities start his afternoont and here's what Phil has to
say.
"It's Michigan by almost another walkaway," says Diamohd. "I j1ust
can't see anyone else.
That from the average prognosticator would probably be taken as so
much of the hoi-poloi. But not when 'Phil says it. Only once has his dope
sheet gone amiss. That was in 1936 when Indiana nosed out Michigan at
Columbus to annex the coveted crown.
Diamond has computed the point totals along with the individual
events. Here are his figures, and he insists th~ey're conservative:
MICHIGAN. . ... .. .. .. .. .. ..... .55
.Wisconsin. ... . ... . .. .. . .. . .. ..37
Ohio State .....................36
Indiana ......................34
Illinois........................19
Purdue........................10
' ~Minnesota........,.............5
Chicago and Northwestern .. . .. . .. 3
New Records? . .. T o Be Sure . ..
A5 FOR RECORDS, Diamond believes new mark~s 'will be madc in the
two mile run, in which he predicts a great race between Walter Mehl
of Wisconsin and Ralph Schwarzkopf or Michigan, and in the discus. Other
possible record cracking may come in the shot, high jump, and mile relay,
says Phil.
And now the summary of the individual events:
100 yard dash-Lewis, Ohio State; Kaufman, Wisconsin; F. Treufel, Iowa;
Allen, Indiana; De Long, Purdue.
220-yard dash-Lewis,, Ohio state'; Kaufman, Wisconsin; Elliott, Indiana;
F. Teufel, Iowa; Ashley, Illinois.
440-yard run-Howells, Ohio State; Hicks, Indiana; C. Teufel. Iowa;
Halcrow, Chiaago; Downs, Illinois.
880-yard run-Fenske, Wisconsin; Smith, Indiana; Bodcau, 1Purdiue;
Graves, Iowa; Gaines, Illinois.
One-mile ruu-Fenske, Wisconsin; Smith. Indiana; Trutt, Lndiana;
Dec1kard, Indiana; Davidson, Michigan.
Two-mile run-Mehl, Wisconsin; Schwarzkopf, Michigan; Deckard, In -
diana; Smith, Indiana; Whittaker, Ohio State.
120-yard high hurdles-Gedeoni, Michigan; Lemen, Purdue; Kelley,
Mic-higan; Brunton, Illinois; Robinson, Illinois.
high jump--Albritton, Ohio State; Allen, Michigan; Walker. Ohio State:
Diefenthaler, Illinois; Best, Wisconsin; Hubbard, Minnesota or Watson,
iShot put--Watson, Michigan; Frary, Illinois; Townsend, Michigan; Ma-
lisch, Wisconsin; Gragg, Illinois.
Broad jump--Watson, Michigan; Walker, Ohio State; Hubbard, Minne-
sota; Bruntoni, Illinois; Allen, Indiana.
Discus-Watson, Michigan; Townsend, Michigan; Frary, Illinois; Zack.
Ohio State; Glosecki, Illinois.
Pole vault-Padway, Wisconsin; Kingsley, Michigan; Shoemaker, In-
diana; Nelson, Northwestern; Cassels, Chicago and Farrell, Michigan.
Javelin-Martin, Michigan; Lamb, Iowa; Seifert, Wisconsin; Dollarhide,
Minnesota; Cooperrider, Ohio State.
Mile relay-Ohio State, Iowa, Indiana, Michigan, Northwestern.

Trigers Use Hittinig Power
In 6-2 Win Over Athletics~
DETROIT, May 19.-VP)-George
Gill set the Philadelphia Athletics
downi with six scattered hits today
as the Detroit Tigers slugged their
way to a 6-2 victory in the opening
game of a series here.
The Tigers collected only eight safe-
ties offI Lynn Nelson, but six of them
were for extra bases. Rudy York hit
his fifth home run and Hank Green-
berg his eighth of the season, each
with a mate on base. Charlie Gehring-
er, who replaced Greenberg in the
clean-up position in a shake-up of
the Detroit batting order, hit a double

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