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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Nine Downs

Wayne, 2-1; Golfers Beat Boilermakers, 19-8

Veigel, Gould
Hold Tartars
To Five Hits'
Michigan Scores Winning
Tally In Eighth; Injury
Put Harms On Bench
(Continued from Page 1)
who had been held hitless all after-
noon. The tall first baseman came
through with a ringing single to right,
sending Christy home with the win-.
ning run of the ball game.
In the fifth Ruehle started the
Wolverine attack, what little there,
was of it, by working White for a!
pass. After Cartmill had struck out
and Bud Jessop, Wolverine catcher,
reached base on a fielders choice
when he forced Ruehle, Les Veigel
slapped a single over second sending
Jessop to third.
With two strikes on Dave Nelson,
White tried to sneak a third one by
Michigan's alert centerfielder. But
unfortunately for Wayne and Mr.
White, Nelson was wide awake andI
smashed a double along the left field
foul line with Jessop just loping in
from third to score the Varsity's
first run.
Seventh Lucky For Tartars
The run looked mighty big during
the next few innings until the Tartars
threw a real scare into their visitors.
from Ann Arbor. Swarthout opened
the seventh inning by rifling a single
into right field. With Gerry Richards
at bat the Wayne strategy decided to
send the center fielder down to sec-
oid knowing that Jessop, who is sub-
stitutirrg for the injured George
Harms, had been unable to flag two
other Wayne base stealers in the
earlier frames of the game.
But cagey Jessop sensed what was
in the air and called for a pitch-out,
and easily caught Swarthout trying
fore second. This temporarily lifted
Veigel out of trouble, but Les',breath-
ing spell was short-lived, because he
hit White with a pitched ball and
Johnny Van Vleck next man up,
singled Richards home to tie up the
ball game.
Gould Replaces Veigel
Ray Fisher halted the game andI
decided that Veigel had enough and
sent in little Mase Gould to put out
the fire. Mase walked the first bat-
ter to face him, filling the bases. The
local fans were on their feet clam-
oring for Ted Marsh to get a safe
wallop that would score the tying
run and probably more to put Wayne
in the lead.
But Gould showed that Fisher's
faith in him was justified when he
forced Marsh to ground weakly to
second.
Nice Pitfhing, Les

Linksmen Wina
So t T i O Fourth Straight
! Bige Ten Match
... I Half-Milers Upset Dope
T
* On The Sports Front Smith Garners Sub-Parr
lALS70 To Pace Michigan3
Daily SportEditorVictory Over Purdue
(Continued from Page 1)
THE BRILLIANT performances e Smith's sizzling 32 on his first nine tering pace up until the last hole
turned in by Michigan's trio of I holes in yesterday's Purdue golf where he dished out an eagle just
for good luck Ito card a two-under-
ace half-milers in the Ohio State ! match only served to strengthen the for goo
growng oinin tht hes te fiestpar 70.
clash Saturday will probably have growing opinion that he's the finest Nor were Smith's dead-eye tactics
far-reaching results . . . Warren golfer in the Big Ten . . . at least at the only source of pleasure for Coach
Breidenbach, smooth-striding senior the present time ... the lanky young Ray Courtright. Captain Fred Dan-
stylist, paced off a torrid 1:52.4 to Floridan blasted five birdies on his nenfelser steadied down for two 74's
shatter the Wolverine Varsity mark opening nine, added a 38 for the sec- for the day after having an off-day
VnSaturday against the Buckeyes. Hus-
. . junior Johnny Kautz blazed the ond nine, capped by an eagle, and fin- ky John Leidy's 73 in the doubles
distance in 1:53.3, while sophomore ished with a sub-par 70 . . . in the matches and newcomer Ken Calder's
Dave Matthews was just two-tenths Ohio State match last Saturday sen- 1 76 in the atfernoon's singles all helped
of a second behind with 1:53.5 . . ior Cliff James was rewarded for three to make a pleasant day for the Wol-
it was the fastest any had ever run years of industrious plugging by start- verane coach.
befoe. ng n th nubersix pot and Battling cool weather, a stiff wind,
before." ing in the number six spot . . . andansmernheWvrns ok
I I and some rain, the Wolverines took
In the Conference Indoor meet he won his varsity letteri some 105 par holes, sunk 36 birdies,
last March there was plenty of Wayne's baseball mentor, Joe and got away with 4 eagles, two of
behind-the-scenes masterminding Truskowski, learned much of his which were Johnny Barr's, one
and hotel-room strategy on the diamond strategy from Wolverine Smith's, and one Leidy's. In getting
part of the coaches.. most of them coach, Ray Fisher . . . Joe played ) his two eagles, the Bomber took only
shoved their mile and two-mile aces here 12 years age . . . but his lads sixes and fives fora4o the front
into the half in an effort to pick lost to the Maize and Blue yester- nine because sf puttero trouble, but
up supposedly easy points in the day, nevertheless . . . Former track rallied right before the turn to sink
880 ... as a result the competition captain Ralph Schwarzkopf almost an eagle on the ninth for a g7. On
was cut-throat . . with all the nipped the great Campbell Kane the back nine, he sunk another eagle
stars slashing each other ... Now in the Memphis, Tenn., Cotton on the fifteenth to pull a 77 out of
Coach Ken Doherty has three half- Carnival meet Sunday . . .Dane the fire to win his doubles match with
milers who can do 1:53.5 and under won by inches in 4:11.8 ... Ram- partner Leidy.
and improving every time out.. blin' Ralph was 4:11.9 . . . behind I Seniors Dave Ladd and Ken Calder
it'll be interesting to see what hap- him were John Munski and Michi- broke into the Michigan lineup for
pens at Minneapolis' outdoor meet gan Normal's Tommy Quinn. the first time this year, Calder gain-
ing 112 points toward his letter, and
Friday and Saturday.
A quartet of Coach Chester Stack- Ladd winning one point from Douglas
ANOTHER ANGLE on the Wolver- house's yearling spikemen hauled McDaniels, with an 83.
ine half-mile situation concerns down the freshman four-mile relay Bob Fife and Dave Osiler both came
the impending airplane trip to the record last week . . . Ernie Leonardi, through in their doubles match t, add,
Los Angeles Relays, May 24, of Maize John Ingersoll, Roland Thornton and 2% points to the team's total.
and Blue mile and two-nile relay John Roxborough were clocked in'SUMMARIES
teams . . . Doherty's two-mile quar-. 18:08.3, bettering the old mark by S
.tet will be composed of the above- i more than eight seconds . . . Leo- Sirgles: Smith (M) defeated Dahl

A ll Stars OpenI
Volleyball Title
Meet,_May 15
By GEORGE SCHUMACHER
"Volleyball at its best" is the pro-
gram of the Sports Building May,
15-17. On these dates the National

Major Ieague Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet.

Cleveland ...... 18
Boston...........12
Chicago ....... . 12
New York.......12
Detroit .......... 11
Washington ...... 10
Philadelphia . . .. 9
St. Louis .........7

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
WLPct.
Brooklyn ......... 20 6 .769
St. Louis.........17 6 .739
New York .......12 10 .545
Cincinnati .......10 11 .476
Boston .......... 10 13 .435
Chicago ........., 9 12 .429
Pittsburgh ........6 14 .300
Philadelphia .... 7 17 .292

GB
1/2
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7/2
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Volleyball Championships will be de-
cided with 35 to 40 teams in the race. ;B
The competing teams are divided V
into four divisions: open, consisting
of any amateur teams in the coun-
try; Y.M.C.A., including only teams I
which are either state champions or S
runners-up! in state Y.M.C.A. com- C
petition; veterans, teams on which C
men 35 years old or older play; and
a new entrant this year, collegiate.
The colleges, however, are not so
keen on entering this competition
and consequently, only a few colleges
may decide to enter teams.
Los Angeles Defending Champs
The Los Angeles Athletic Club is'
the defending champion. Runner-!1
up to the Los Angeles club in lost
year's meet, which was held in Phila-
delphia, is the YMCA team from
Houston, Texas. Both teams are ex-
pected to make a strong bid for the
title. The Texas team is an especial-
ly strong outfit, having won the title
seven times in the past nine years.
Individual stars galore will be on
hand for this, the fastest and best
drawing card volleyball tournament
ever held. Leading these stars will.
be veteran Jim Wortham, 30-year-
old attack-man on the Houston team.
Just as Babe Ruth is connected with
baseball, so is Jim Wortham attached
with volleyball. Jim has been an all-
American volleyball player for the
past 10 years.
All-Americans To Appear 1
Continuing the list of stars is Hank
Collis, diminutive attack-man on the
Hughes Tool Co. team of Texas. Col-
lis was an All-American last year.
Three Los Angeles players, Hank
Arnold and Larry Barr, passers, and}
Eddie Ellson, an attack-man, are
also All-Americans and will be in
action this Thursday, Friday, and
Saturday.
Completing last year's All-Ameri-
can team is Sam Anvuini, attack-man
on the North Avenue YMCA team
from Chicago.
With such an array of individual I
stars on the best teams in the coun-
try, the meet will certainly be "vol-
leyball at its best."

Monday's Results
3oston 8. New York 4
Mashington 5, Philadelphia 1
nly games scheduled.
Tuesday's Games
Detroit at Washington
t. Louis at Philadelphia
-leveland at New York
"hicago at Boston

Monday's Results
St. Louis 6, Pittsburgh 2
Chicago 12, Cincinnati 1
Only games scheduled.
Tuesday's Games
Boston at Chicago
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
Brooklyn at Cincinnati
New York at St. Louis

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BOVEN Styling

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sclou foiuti Zifi ready to
wear COlthS. It is one of the
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named 880 men plus sophomore Bob nardi's time of 4:27.2 for his mile leg
Ufer . . . which looks sensational was best.
on paper . . . if you add Saturday's -- -
times for the first three and figure Sailing Club .ins Again
in a 1:55.2, which was Ufer's bestgs
indoor time for the half, you total a Keeping its undefeated record on
phenomenal 7:34.4, which betters the Whitmore Lake intact, the University
existing World Intercollegiate mark of Michigan Sailing Club overcame
of 7:37.7 set by a Stanford foursome a fighting Clark Lake Club Sunday
last year.. . but that's on paper. 21/4-18% in the second invitational
SPORTS HASH: Sophomore Ben ,regatta of the season.

(P), 3-0; Dannenfelser (M) defeated
Schutt (P), 3-0; Hoffer (P) defeated
Barr (M), 3-0; Leidy (M) defeated
Curran (P), 2-1; McDaniels (P) de-
feated Ladd (M), 2-1; Calder (M)
tied Knipp (P), 11-12,
Roubles: Dannenfelser, Smith (M)
defeated Dahl, Schutt (P), 3-0; Barr
Leidy (M), defeated Hoffer, Curran
(P), 3-0; Osler, Fife (M) defeated
McDaniels, Knipp (P), 22-1%.2

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MICHIGAN AB
Nelson,cf .... 4
Sofiak, ss.....4
Christenson, 3b .. 1
Wakefield, rf ..... 4
Chamberlain, 3b .. 2
Ruehle, lb....... 2
Cartmill, if .... . 4
Jessop, c ........ 4
Veigel, p......... 3
Gould, p .........1

R
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0

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1
0
0
1
0
1
1
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3
3
1
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7
1
10
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Totals....... 29 2 5 27

A
0
2
1
0
2
0
1
2
0
0
8
A
0
4
4
1
0
0
1
6
2
0

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0
1
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1
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0
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2
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By BOB STAhL
Rolling up point after point in
every event, a mighty Wolverine track
team set back a strong invading crew
from Ohio State at Ferry Field Sat-{
urday, 90-41, and proved that it will
be the team Indiana, Big Ten indoor
champions, must defeat in order to
win the outdoor Conference meet this
weekend at Minnesota.
It seems to be becoming a tradition
for Michigan track teams to reach'
their peak performances against Ohio
State. In.1935, the Buckeyes brought
the best +team in their history to Ann
Arbor, feeling confident that Jesse
Owens, Charley Beetham, et al, would
set the powerful Wolverines far back
on their heels. But an inspired Mich-

igan cre4 roared up to fight back, and
when the smoke of battle had settled
back onto the cinder track at Ferry
Field, the capacity crowd of fans
on hand realized that Michigan had
achieved the impossible and had won
the meet by eighteen points.
Then, in the indoor dual meet held
in Yost Field House last winter, Ohio
State thought it finally had the team
that would defeat its omnipresent
track jinx, but once again Michigan
turned the trick and rolled over the
Bucks, this time by ten points.

once more an inspired crew of Maize
and Blue runners trounced the hard-
striving Bucks, almost every man on
the Michigan team turning in the
best performance of his career.
Now, with another victory over
Ohio State to their credit, the Wol-
verine cindermen will be getting
ready this week to put all they have
against Indiana and the rest of the
field in the Big Ten outdoor meet.
The Hoosiers are still conceded the
crown by the majority of track ex-

Last Saturday, the ever-hopeful 'tpcrts, but if the Michigan crew shows
Collmbus fans once more sent a crew as much as it did against the Buck-
to Ann Arbor which they felt cer- eyes, it is not impossible that they
tain would return with a victory might successfully defend their out-
wrapped up in their luggage. And door Conference title.
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WAYNE AB
J. VanVleck, rf ... 5
Smith, 2b ,..... 4
Marsh, ss ........ 4
Collins, c ...... 4
W. VanVleck, lb . 3
Molis, lf ......... 3
Swarthout, cf .. . 4
Richards, 3b .... 2
White, p .........2
Asterlous, x...... 1

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Here's Joe Slowpoke - What a drip!
All ycar long be's let it slip.
He'll be lucky if he can
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Totals .......32 1 5
x Batted for White in the{

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SCORE BY
Michigan ....
Wayne ......

INNINGS
000 010 010-2
000 000 100--1

Two base hits: Nelson, Collins.
Hits: off Veigel, 4 in 7 2-3 innings;
off Gould, 1 in 1 1-3. Bases on balls:
off Gould, 2; off White, 4; off Veigel,
3. Struck out: by White, 4; by Vei-
gel, 7; by Gould, 2. Left on base:
Michigan, 7; Wayne, 10. Passed ball:
Jessop. Hit by pitcher: by Veigel,
(White).. Winning pitcher: Gould.
Umpires: Smith and Spencer.

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He knew how to turn the trick.
Ordered his book way last fall.
Now he's got no cares at all.

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