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PAAE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By Bun i NDE,
Ihiiy Spor-% I'g Eqtr-

Net Sq uad Beats OSU;
o eamWins, 14-i
Singles Won Easily, Bonks Are Tougher In Doubles;
Linksmen Stav fff Closing BuckeyeRally
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T LEAST THREE Big Ten titles
are being jeopardized by Michi-
gan's spring athletic teams after the
successful weekend just completed.
The Wolverine aggregations swept
five contests while dropping only one
these last two days to become pro-
hibitive favorites for three of the
four Conference crowns awarded in
the spring.
Chief victim of the rampaging
"Champions of the West" during the
weekend was Northwestern. The
Maize and Blue can boast of two
baseball triumphs, one tennis victory
and one golf win over the Wildcats
Friday and yesterday. The netmen
also took the measure of Ohio State
yesterday, but the track team fell
before a powerful Buckeye onslaught
for the only Michigan loss of the
weekend.
But anyway you look at it, the
Wolverine entry must be rated as
the club to beat in the guest for the
baseball, tennis and golf chan-
pionships. Now tied for first place,
Coach Ray Fisher's diamond squad
seems to be rolling in high gear

towards a repeat performance of
last year's title-winning perform-
ance. The Weirmen have yet to
lose a Conference match on the
tennis courts, and will enter next
weekend's Big Ten meet as heavy
favorites to again come out on top.
MOST heartening of all, though, is
the excellent ac'omplishments of
Coach Ray Courtright's Michigan
linksmen. After a slow start, the
golfers have hit their peak and de-
feated their most threatening Con-
ference rivals, Northwestern, yester-
day to the tune of 14-10. Only a loss
to Ohio State at the beginning of
the season mars the Wolverines' Big
Ten links record, and with the Con-
ference title meet being played here
on their home course, the Michigan
golfers must be given a slight edge.
DRIFTWOOD AND SPLINTERS:
Mickey Fishman had We S(ribes
scurrying through the record bock;
during yesterday's baseball tilt . . .
they were all looking up the last
no-hitter scored by a Michigan pitch-
er . . . it was racked up by Johnny
Gee, the lanky star of former years,
in 1937 against Toledo University.
Fishman's dad arrived at the balil
park during the fifth inig
you can imagine how he must have
felt when Ed Hirsch sent that ring-
ing single into right ficld . . . it
was a tough one to take, but that's
baseball. 3
Bud Chamberlain came out of a
mild batting slump wth a bang
against the Wildcats . . . he knocked
in five runs yesterday wh ile getting
three hits . . and Davey Nelson. at
bat five times. scored just that manyv
tallies for the Wolverine:; as wel]
as successfully stealing second threE
times during the course of the tilt...
Don Robinson also garnered three
stolen bases during the Wildcat
series.

By BUD LOW
A determined squad of Wolverine
linksmen defeated a strong North-
western outfit by a score of 14 to 10
yesterday in the first home match of
the season on the University course.
Leading 8 to 1 at the end of the
morning rounds, the Varsity golfers

Special to The Daily
COLUMBUS, O., May 9.-Michi-
gan's tennis team continued their vic-
torious ways in Big Ten competition
at Columbus today as they defeated
Ohio State 9-0. By winning today the
Wolverines closed their conference

1 years of work is eligible to receive his
BAIIJY EFFI ATL Union life membership pin. These
ALA pins may be secured at the Union
1BULLEI FIN business office.
Preforestry Students: There will be
SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1942 a meeting Monday, May 11, 7:00-
VOL. L11. No. 167,, 18:00 p.m., in Room 319 Michigan Un-
ion, which will be the final get-to-
ublitin in the Daily ti gether for this semester. Dr. Earl
mlet Is constructiveniC. Cto.all C O'Roke will explain the opportun-
mnembera of the Universit.ities in range management and study
of the economic relations of wild
Notices animals, and there will be further
University Council: There will be information available on summer
a meeting of the University Council work and the conduct of the sopho-
on Monday, May 11, at 4:15 p.m., in more summer camp.
the Rackham Amphitheatre. S. T. Dana, Dean
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary-
German Departmental Library: All
To the Members of the University books are due on Wednesday, May
Senate: There will be a meeting of 13.
the University Senate on Monday, E
May 18, at 4:15 p.m., in the Rack-.C
ham Lecture Hall. All Army R.O.T.C. Cadets will wear
Louis A. Ilopkin, Secretary uniforms Tuesday, May 12, i con-

SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1942
sideration of the Annual Navy Re-
view on Tuesday evening, May 12.
All Cadets are invited to attend the
Review.
German Table for Faculty Members
will meet Monday at 12:10 p.m. in
the Founders' Room, Michigan Union.
Members of all departments are cord-
ially invited. There will be a brief
talk on "Chinesische and Japanische
Schriftzeichen" by Mr. Otto Laporte.
La Sociedad Hispanica offers two
$50.00 scholarships to the University
of Mexico summer session. Students
interested please apply at 302 R.L. at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday and Thursday
and at 3:00 p.m. on Monday, Wed-
nesday and Friday.
Senior Engineers: Those who or-
dered Commencement announce-
ments may call for their orders on
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday,
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AMERICAN LEAGUE

New York .......
Boston..........
Cleveland.......
Detroit ........
Washington.. . .
St. Louis ........
Philadelp'hia
Chicago.......

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Saturday's Results
Detroit 1, Cleveland 0
Chicago 2, St. Louis 1
Other games postponed
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Brooklyn ........
Pittsburgh ......
St. Louis ........
Boston..........
New York ......
Cincinnati ......
Chicago........
Philadelphia

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Ohio Sk~itA Next

Best Ball: Leidy. Osler IM de-
feated Haskell, Stolti N. 2-1: Si-
monds, Stewart (Mi defeated Ab-
rahms, de la Torre '<N i. 3-0.
Singles: H askell N >73. defeated
Smith 'M 74, 2-1: Sinonds IM 79
tied Stoltz 'Ni 79. 1'2-1': Leidy
M) 76, defeated Abrahmis 'N 78
21-12 de la Torre Ni 73. defeated
Fife iM> 78, 3-0: Greer 'N> 79, de-
feated Osler iM 81. 2-1: Courtright
'M 76. defeated OFcR N1 82, 3-0

Saturday's Results
Chicago 3, Pittsburgh 1
Cincinnati 5, St. Louis 2
Boston 6, Philadelphia 2
New York at Brooklyn
postponed

CLASswIFUmn

staved off a valiant rally by the schedule undefeated.
Wildcats and scored enough points in Ohio State had a better team thanc
the afternoon singles tilts to win over the score would indicate but was att
the heretofore unbeaten Purple team. best no ma'tch for the powerful Wol-p
Playing without the services of their : verines. Lawton Hammett, Michi-h
ace linksman, Ben Smith, in the gan's number one man had little
morning rounds, Michigan won both trouble disposing of Dick Grieser by
best ball contests to tally five points scores of 6-2, 6-2. Hammett kept
to the Wildcats' one as Bill Court- Grieser in trouble with his hard
iight won the lone singles tilt 3 to 0. placement shots, and when playingf
The lead that the Wolverines had up to the net scored points on his ,
was just a little to much for North- volleys.
western to overcome, despite the fact Porter Wins Easily(
tJim Porter also had slight diffi-
The Maize and Blue linksmen culty with Buckeye number two manc
will face the Ohio State Buly Bob Harerecht, trouncing him ine
eyes in a match here tomorrow on straight sets of 6-3, 6-3. At the num-
the University course. It will be ber three spot Wayne Stille lookedt
the second time the two teams especially good as he won a hard
have met this year. match from Irwin Tobkin in sets oft
_________________________-6-4, 6-3. Gerry Schaflander and Tom
that the Wildcats fought back co Gamon both won their matches int
ageously to tally nine of the 15 por- two sets, Schaflander by counts f
iosle points in the five afternoon 6-3, 6-3, and Gamon 6-1, 6-2. Jinx
singles matches.el Johnson experienced more dificultya
ini-tgesinsesmhananyes.r Wl-
Ben Smith, playing with a heavilyine th singles otce to theset b-
taped shoulder, was one up on his fore he won over Ohio State's Ernie
opponent, Dick Haskell. at the end of Jordan. Johnson took his match 6-4.
the front nine, but couldn't hold hisJ
lead as the Purple star blasted his 5-7, 6-2.
way home with several birdies to fin- In the doubles the Buckeyes proved
ish with a 73, one stroke less than to be more dangerous. Hammett and1
the injured Wolverine. Stille combined their shots for an
In the second singles sot, Chan easy triumph over Ohio State's team
Simonds shot against the Wildcats' of Grierser and Bob Cantwell, but it
sophomore sensation, Johnny Stol tz. was a different story with Michigan's
It vas a nip and tuck battle all the second doubles duo. Porter and
way as Simonds took the first nine Gamon had a real battle on their
when Stoltz found the going tough. hands with Harbrecht and Tobkin
'Then the Northwestern ace picked which lasted three hours before the
up, and it took an eagle three on Wolverines eked out the victory.
the eighteenth hole for Simonds to First Set To Porter, Gamon
halve the match as Stoltz carded a The first set went to Porter and1
birdie four. Gamon by a 12-10 score after a ter-
Captain John Leidy tallied 2_ val- rific battle of lob shots played against
uable points when he carded a 76 high winds. Harbrecht and TobkinI
to beat Burt Abrahms, the North- came right back, however, and ran
western captain, by two strokes. Leidy the second set to the same 12-10
also shot a 76 in the morning when count to even up the match. The
he and Dave Osler, who shot a 74, third set was completed in faster
teamed up to triumph over Haskell fashion as Porter and Gamon closed
and Stoltz, 2-1. the match 6-4. Schaflander and
Amazingly enough, Manuel de la Johnson ran their doubles victory
1 Torre bettered his best ball round of string to three games by defeating
84 by 11 strokes to card a 73 to beat Fite and Jansen 6-4, 8-6.
the bewildered Bob Fife who scored By virtue of their victories today
Ia 78. Stille, Schaflander and Johnson all
In the second best ball foursome. assured themselves of seeding in the
Bill Stewart and Simonds combined conference meet at Columbus next
to defeat Abrahms and de a Torre weekend. All three of Michigan's
by a count of 3 to 0. doubles teams will also be seeded.
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Air Force Enlisted Re(serve: The
Examining Board will be in Ann
Arbor May 12, 13, and 14. All stu-
dents desiring to apply should pro-
vide themselves as sooi as possible
with the following:
(1) Birth certificate or other ac-
ceptable evidence of age and citizen-
ship.
(2) Three letters of recommenda-
tion.
(3) If under 21 years of age, writ-
ten consent of parents or guardian.
(4 Application blank filled out in
triplicate. (Blanks may be obtained
in 1009 Angell Hall.i
Lt. Col. Carr will return to present
a new motion picture on cadet train-
ing at 8:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 13,
Rackham Lecture HMail.
B. I). 'thwma
Staff Travel by Automobile: As a
measure of economy it is requested
that faculty and staff members who
have occasion to travel on Univer-
sity business by personally owned or
University owned automobile report
their plans in advance to the office
of Dr. Frank E. Robbins, Assistant to
the President (Campus telephone
328), in order that, when feasible,
persons going to the same place at
the same time may ride in the same
car and save both tires and expense.
A record of such plans will be kept
in the President's Office, and those
who find it necessary to make a trip
may inquire there as to the possi-
bility of riding with others. Waste
is sabotage.
LaVerne Noyes Scholarships: Pre-
sent holders of these scholarships
who desire to apply for renewals for
1942-43 should call at 1021 Angell
Hall and fill dut the blank forms for
application for renewal.
Frank E. Robbins
Any male student of the University
who has completed four complete

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