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THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1942

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

THUIIISDAY, MAY 14, 1942 PAGE THREE

Netters
Tennis Team
Rated To Win

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Golfers

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Wildcats,
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Maroons Block
Straight Title

eFNCHCOMBER
By BUD HENDEL,
K I=f :; Dail Sports Editor

(Continued from Page 1)

number three doubles. Gerry Schaf-
lander at number four has thus far
looked like the class of the Confer-1
ence and is very determined to end
his final year in a blaze of glory.
Wayne Stille, a finalist last year,
is the other possibility but still ranks
behind NU's Harry Hall. The fact
that on Tuesday he beat Western
Michigan's Marshall Campbell by
6-2, 6-0 while Hall had to go to 12-10
in the third set in their match may
mean that the Duke may come back
from Columbus king of the third
bracket.
Michigan's netters have won their
last eight duel meets, sweeping
through all Conference opponents.
Their last defeat was received from
Notre Dame..
In the drawings late last night,
Michigan received seedings in every
spot but the number one and two
singles. This alone indicates the
power of the Wolverines. If Michi-
gan is able to sweep through its num-
ber two and three doubles matches
against the -Maroons today, it will
drop Chicago out of the running for
the crown.
The pairings for today's matches
are as follows: Singles: Hammett vs.
Sawyier (Chi.); Porter vs. Jakes
(NW); Stille vs. Harbreckt (OSU);
Schaflander vs. Sarran (Wis.) ;
Gamon vs. Silgen (Minn.); Johnson
vs. Burst (NW). Doubles: Hammett-
Stille vs. Ganakopolis - Anderson
(Minn.); Porter-Gamon vs. Keme-
tick - Lister (Chi.); Schaflander-
Johnson vs. Johansen-Mardlin (Chi.)
BIG TEN BASEBALL

Bill CotrII'igdit
Leads Varsity
To 7/:7 Tie
Smith's Injury Keeps ibmf
From M aich; Inksuen
Meet Illinois Sairurha
fy B)UD LOW
Led by Bill Courtright, who card-
ed a. one over par 73 to take medal-
ist honors for the day, the Michigan
golf squad could doi no better than
eke out a 7' to 7%/ tic with the
Michigan State Spartans on the Uni-
versity course yesterday.
The Wolverines sorely missed the
services of their ace, Ben Smith, who
did not play because of his recent
shoulder injury. Coach Ray Court-
right wanted the Maize and Ilue

T'S GOING TO BE a, long and vital
weekend for Michigan athletics,'
the longest and most vital on the
entire spring sports calendar.
The Wolverine tennis team will
start it off in Columbus today, open-
ing its bid to retain its Big Ten net
championship. Tomorrow and Sat-
urday will see the Maize and Blue
track crew attempt to win the West-
ern Conference outdoor track and
field meet at Evanston, despite a
heavy edge in power and speed which
must be conceded to the Buckeyes
of Ohio State. And also listed for
those two days are a two-game base-
ball series with Illinois at Chain-
paign, a series which may Avell de-
termine if Michigan is to repeat as
the Conference titleholder.
Then on Monday and Tuesday
of next week, the scene will shift
to Ann Arbor and Chicago for a
continuation of that important
weekend. In the Windy City on
Monday, the diamond siuad will
meet the Maroons of Chicago in
its only doubleheader of the year.
Here at Ann Arbor, the top links-
men of the Big Ten will flock to
the University Golf Course for the
Conference tournament to be held
both days.
AND OILY when the la,.t fitff of
the last match is el dipped in the
18th hole will that vital weekehd
come to an end. When that hap-
pens, three Conference titles will
have been decided-tennis, track and
golf-and only in tennis is Michigan
favored to win. For those three
Wolverine teams it will be the end of
the athletic year-a chance to regret
past mistakes if they lose, and a
chance to remember glorious tri-
umphs if they win.
T HE BASEBALL aggregatinn will
still have a battle on its hands
before it can sound taps until 1943
But, the Conference crown can be

decided this weekend. While the,
Wolverines tangle with Illinois, Ohio
State, tied with Michigan for first
place, will meet a tough Iowa team,
that is still very much in the run-
ning. And not to be counted out are
the Wisconsin Badgers, who will face
Chicago tomorrow and Saturday. If;
one of these teams can make a clean
sweep of its weekend tilts while the;
others split--then that club is the
one to watch in the flag chase.
.)RIFTWOOD AND SPLINTERS;
Accordirg to the latest re-
leased statistics, DickWakefield is
leading the Texas League in bat-
ting, extra base slugging and stol-
en b~ases. . . the big boy seems to
he snaking good on the $50,000 in-
vestment the Detroit Tigers put
into him as a sophomore here last
year.
Bill Steppon. captain of the Michi-
gan nine last season, is enrolled in
the advanced CPT course at the Ann
Arbor airport . .. the former sec-
ond-baseman hopes to become an
aviation instructor before the year is
out .. ...eports say he is just as
adept behind the controls of a plane
as he was out at the keystone sack.
Ed Hirsch, the Northwestern
leftfielder who spoiled Mickey
Fishmar's no-hit game last Satur-
day, will be the regular Wildcat
fullback next fall , . . rumor has
it that Bud Chamberlain, slug-
ging Wolverine third-baseman,
could get paid to play ball after he
graduates . . . Bud can't take any
offers, though . . . he's enlisted in
the Navy's V-7 program.
Fritz Crisler, after all the stories
had been spread about his leaving to
coach the Great Lakes Naval Station
football team, did leave for Great
Lakes today . . . but so did every
other Big Ten grid mentor . .
they've been invited to attend a big
athletic blowout at the Navy center.

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Injury Of Morley Weakens Milea
Quartet For Conference Classic
By GEORGE KOZLOFF formances from all four men would'
For the first time in many years still give the favorites an advantage
Michigan's track team will enter a of aout a second. Because with
mile relay combination in the Con- Ufer running a good :47.5 quarter,
ference meet which does not figure Thomas hitting a :48.5, and Buel and
as a potential winner. In the past Pettersen completing the times with
Big Ten contests the Varsity proved about :50 each, the relay would missz
to have the most formidable relay the Buckeyes best time of 3:15.3. 1
teams. Fourth. Spot A Mystery
During the last six years the Var- On eve of the Conference meet
sity dropped only two relay races in this week, the Wolverines still have'
this Big Ten contest. The first three of this relay with the fourth
strangely enough was at the hands position still a mystery. Coach Do-1
of an Ohio State team in 1936. This herty stated that any of his runners
weekend, it is te uckeyes again may fill in depending on the condi-
that have come up with a strong tions of the meet and track.
team. Their relay combination is Doping the meet out, Doherty re-
favored to win Saturday' marked that the 'Wolverines should
The only other loss was two years take about 26 points, but that they;
ago by a. surprise team from Minne- would need more than this to take
sota. the second place title of the meet.
Wolverine Combination Split "If the team scores less than this,"
This year the best Wolverine com- he added, "we will not be at our topI
bination was split by -the injury of form. On the other hand, scoring
junior Buel Morley at the Drake Re- more than 26 points would be alright,
lays. Even with Buel, the Wolverines but the boys will have to do better
would undoubtedly have been placed than all right to take second place."
in the number two slot. According
to Coach Ken Doherty the quartet Seventeen To Make Trip
made up of Bob Tjfer", Morley, Al Seventeen men will make this trip
oas George Pettersen regis- to Evanston for the forty-second run-
Thomas aily andfargestttes urg-ning of the Conference classic. The
tered fairly fast times daring the majority will leave by train this
indoor season and early sprmig runs. afternoon with the remainder follow-
But this combination would still be g nhe :2tmrrv.Tse
ta little slower than the Ohioans. n on the 5:22 tomorrow. Those
a leaving today are: Captain Bud Piel,
Looking into the potentialities of I Thomas, Ufer, Frank McCarthy,
this quartet shows that the peak per- Jim Byerle, Chuck Pinney, Dave Mat-
thews, Johnny Kautz, John Roxbor-
ough, George Ostroot, Frank Lahey,
and Gene Hirsch. Following tomor-
row are: Bill Ackerman, Ernest Leon-
ardi, Bob Segula, Johnny McKean,
Ned Atkins led the powerful Phi and Pettersen.
Delta Theta softball team into the The preliminaries will start at 3
finals yesterday by virtue of a stir- p.m. tomorrow afternoon in the
ring 8-3 victory over Pi Lambda Phi. sprints, quarter mile, half mile, hur-
Ned hurled beautifully and kept the dles, shot, discus, and broad jump.
Pi Lams hitless throughout most of The finals will start at 2:30 p.m. Sat-
the game, while his boys were piling urday in the fourteen scheduled
up a decisive margin. events. The javelin throw will not
The fielding play of the game was be included in the list of events this
executed by the Phi Delt center field- year.

Nine Improves
In Last Week
Varsity Faces Weekend
Tilts With Confidence
By DES HOWARTH
Michigan's rampaging baseball nine,
now tied for the leadership in the
Big Ten Conference, got a well earned
rest this week when their game with
Wayne was called off Tuesday. The
Wolverines went through a long hit-
ting practice yesterday, giving them
the opportunity to sharpen their bat-
ting eyes for the corning series with
Illinois at Champaign tomorrow and
Saturday. The Wolverines will leave
for Champaign at 3 p.m. today.
Coach Ray Fisher 'will send his
team into the tilts with less appre-
hension than he did last week when
the Varsity met Northwestern. At
that time Michigan's ability was a
questionable factor. In games with
Notre Dame and Western Michigan
the Wolverines' 'mound corp was un-
certain and the team went into a
batting slump.
In the games with Northwestern
Michigan finally arrived. With Bud
Chamberlain pacing the attack the
Wolverines came out of their slump
with a bang. Don Robinson, Dave
Nelson, Don Holman and George
Harms all began to hit the ball again,
and when the series ended Fisher's
worries were over as far as power at
the plate was concerned.
To further gladden Fisher's heart,
however, was the showing of his two
hurling stars, Pro Boim and Mickey
Fishman. Boah set dthe Wildcats
down with five'hits and two runs. On
Saturday Fishman surpassed Boim's
good pitching effort with a brilliant
one-hitter.
Bobby Stenberg, co-holder with
Wayne Christenson of the second
base position, went down to Detroft
yesterday to take a physical exam for
the MarineĀ§.

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Michigan ..........,.
Ohio State ..,.......
Iowa ............. ...
Wisconsin .......
Illinois ............
Northwestern ........
Purdue ..............
Indiana ., . ...........
Minnesota .,.......
Chicago .....,.......

W L
5 1
5 1
8 2
3 1
5 5
3 5
3 5
3 7
2 4
1 7

Pet.
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.800
.750
.500
.375
.375
.300
.333
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Games Friday and Saturday
Indiana at Minnesota
Ohio State at Iowa
Michigan at Illinois
Purdue at Northwestern
Wisconsin at Chicago

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Major League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB W L Pet. GB1
New York......17 8 .680 Brooklyn ...... 18 8 .692
Cleveland ..... 17 9 .654 % Pittsburgh......17 12 .586 2'/
Detroit.........18 12 .600 1l' Boston........16 13 .552 3'
Boston ....... 14 11 .560 3 Cincinnati ..... 13 13 .500 5
Washington ... ,11 15 .423 6' St. Louis.......13 13 .500 5
Philadelphia .12 17 .414 7 New York .... 12 15 .444 6
St. Louis 12 17 .411 7 Chicago.......12 15 .444 6r;
Chicago . . 7 19 .26 10A Philadelphia ... 8 20 .286 11
Wednesday's Results Wednesday's Results
Detroit 6, Washington 2 Pittsburgh 3, New York 1
Cleveland 7, New York 2 Brooklyn 4, Cincinnati 0
Chicago 2, Boston 1 (10 innings Boston 6, Chicago 5
St. Louis 9. Philadelphia 1 St. Louis 9, Philadelphia 1
Fresh mu'u. Nine Slwis Power

DAVE 0STAER
. . . almost brings victory
linksman to take a well-earned rest
prior to the Illinois mat ch this Sat-
irday and the Conference meet which
starts the following Monday.
Courtright played in the third
singles position, the first time he has
been that high in the lineup, against
Ralph Kortge who scored a high 81.
Fill's n ame wais super as he lashed

er George Hildebrandt, when he
made a sensational bare handed
catch. The Phi Delts will meet Chi
Phi for the championship the last
of this week.
The question going around all the
houses today is whether Zeta Beta
Tau, twice champs in the tennis loop,
will be able to keep their record in-
tact. Their match yesterday with
Phi Psi was a split and the deciding
sets will be played today.
C In a closely fought battle Delta
5Sigma Delta defeated Nu Sigma Nu,
4-3, to win the professional fraternity
championship last evening.

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fly CIAIK BEli
if there is any big weaknes in thi'
year's edition of hesmluian baseba. -
ers, it has't made itself apparent to
Ernie McCoy. yearling mentor, 'Th
27-man squad has siown in ir1el I(e
that it packs plenty of wallop whe-
ther at bat or out i the fild lTI'
squad cohses if,.asntiswe
The pitching departielit , whlce1
usually presenis a; majior problemt, is
well-stocked with c a pable I huir 'l rs
and to date six flingers have rvaught
McCoy's eye. The fr'sl i (woach thinks
that his mound sextet, corlmpri Jd of
Dick Bodycomh, Phil McLean. Bob
Saxton, Ralph :trem. ,John Swain-
back aid Dick Wenzel is tli' hest
that he has' ti Iored a. Mirhitgan.
For pitching reserves McCoy (an
choose from Burt Avedon,. Bill Grey,
Tom Higins, (I id Oberor ffev.
Harold Seliock, 1Bi11llon.dCa
les Thomas.
The infieldOtup isw-thnwthatf
McCoy likes to talk about. Dottin
'the inner defense spots lie has low
nifty fielders At first Earl Katz

looks like a veteran, taking each and
everv .,oss his way with the greatest
ease The second base area is well
fortified too. with Chuck Keteror on
the keystone sack and iowie Wikel
at short while the hot coriner boasts
another stalwart defender in Bruce
EBlanehard. Backing up this cquartet
are reserve.s Leigh Smith and Will
Thr QUtfield appealis set wit.
Ralph McCormick, Don Sanborn and
Al Eisenstein. a trio of speedy field-,
ers, holding down spots. Also bid-
ding for posts in the outer garden
are Strat Brown and Harold Fix.
Three candidates are battling for
the catching job with Elmer Swan-
son at present holding a slight edge
over his two rivals, Bill Bush and
Jim Hupp, all capable batterymen.

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out terrif ic drives far down the fair-
way, and on the greens his putter
was red hot. On the other hand.
Kortge. who shot. in the lirst singles
slot two and a haIf weks a uo when
Michigan woii 17.-7, was very much
off his stride.
Dave Osler, shooting it thr fifth
spot, needed only to halve the cigh-
teenth hole tlo score three points and
win the match for the Wolverines, but
his opponentl., Phil Goodrich, came
through with a hdie four to snatch a
valuable hilt point. Dave had one
nvvr pa r 37 01 I tipfrontii inc. and
le voOildn't rquite Ith ldit' pa'e as he
carne home with 41 forF a 78 total.
Capt. .li m i lvd and rceorge
13tB 1c( of the ( 'ei r urie Wite both
had the aan iur'a I )frP, a ifl. but
tie lirla i took two noii t: Vo 1'.hg
.Jol's' Ot. l';h niium bad a 40
on tlie flit:,i ri' and a 38 on the
ba k nun' hot lI ~'dy lo:.t one more
hole mt hi', 0Iyrnl)i'it
Mtrrl a lit Ile:i;oi ool d ot W h ti 8
ont , whi wa'. plavt: in 1he plare
of Smith W10at:,ri tallied a 76 to
CTha '8 si ye Iw ie a iiairs a a-
advanl are
}ioh 1eif irn P0 ilin red to a y in 1 s
;littmt ye:;ttr day when lie earded an
+; to eorge i'Aitnieri n a ifs 78 In
losing Iis im11at. eli, h, 10.o three-
Iu it cr1 'evr i I greinis a tud li:; wood
uiots were deidedly tnip to his
usual standard.

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