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The Fremont Green Sox, a hither-
to unknown quantiy, proved to have
too much spice for the rain-hounded
Michigan nine and snatched a 4-3
victory from the titli-seeking varsity
Failure to hit in the pinches was1
the main diffiuliy of tlie Maize and I
Blue nine, although two errors on
bases accounted for a portion of the
Green Sox supremacy.j
liowe W i kel, fiery shortstop, I
damnicd t h ball arond nicely in
Uic seventh innimg, geting a triple
which he< ah ed in on a moment
later when Miller, the Fremont pitch-
er, let go a wild pitch far over the
catcher's head. Likewise, Wikel
knocked in the two other runs in the
eighth when Blanchard was hit by
a pitched ball and White and Wal-
terhouse walked. His single was
good enough to give Blanchard and
White a scoring chance, but there
was no further opportunity to add
to the varsity tallies.
Tod y's game against the Buckeyes
is an all-important one for the Maize
and Blue squad. Boim will pitch
for Michigan, while Don Grate, sen-
sational freshman hurler, will hold
down the mound for the Ohio team.
Grate has pitched excellent ball all
season and will be a definite threat
to the varsity sluggers, who have not
Doherty Takes
10 ~anS 1ad
Twenty-four athletes carried the
colors of Michigan to Evanston, Ill.,
today in quest of the Western Con-
ference track championship.
The Wolverines, indoor titlists, are
slight favorites over Illinois.
Coach Ken Doherty, in good hu-
mor, predicted a nip-and-tuck bat-
tie, but a Michigan victory.
"And by how much will your team
win?" Doherty was asked.
"By an eighth of a point," he said.
"There is going to be an eight-way
split for first in the high jump and
everything else is even.
Marshall Upsets Plans
Michigan's ambitions received a
solar plexus punch when the Army
announced that Pvt. Charles Marsh
all, former Butler hurdling star now
studying on this campus, would be
"too busy" to make the trip. Marsh-
all won the lows and took a second
in the highs in a triangular meet
with Ohio State and Michigan State
last week.
Doherty has hopes for Michigan
victories in the mile, half-mile, 440-
yard run and the relay, and from
there sees it as a scramble for the
place points. The quarter-mile race
between Bob Ufer of Michigan and
Bob Kelly of Illinois will be one of
the feature attractions.
Squad Names
Michigan's squad, (including six
freshmen) consists of:
Sprinters-Len Alkon, Don Ster-
nisha, Jack Martin; 440-yard run-
Bob Ufer, Willis Glas, Bill Matney,
Art Upton; hurdles-Jim Byerly, Li-
vius Stroia. Joe Lahey, Chuck Pin-
ney, Jim Sears.
Also, half-mile - Dave Matthews,
Ross Hume, John Roxborough;
mile-Dick Barnard, Ross Hume,
Matthews; two-mile--Ernest Leo-
nardi, Bob Hume, Jim Conant, Ross
Hume; high jump-William Dale,
Robert Gardner, Stroia; pole vault-
Robert Segula, Gene Moody; and
shot-put and discus-George Krae-
ger, Gardner.

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Ohio State has seen little Big Ten
action this season, having played
only two games previous to these
two, a two-game series with Illinois,
in which both teams drew blood. This
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By HARVEY FRANK
EVANSTON, Ill., May 13.-May 13
was an unlucky day for Michigan's
tennis team.
The Wolverines only won four of
their nine matches in the first round
of Big Ten meet to tie for fifth place
after the first day of play. Ohio
State, Northwestern tied for first
place 'with six points; Illinois, Wis-
consin were next with five; and
then came the Wolverines and Min-
nesota with four.
Roger Lewis, seeded in the second
division, and Roy Bradley, were the
only Wolverine singles' winners.
Lewis had an easy time conquering
Ed Well, Purdue, 6-3, 8-6, using a
strong serve and powerful net game.
Bradley had four match points before
finally beating Bob Tully, Chicago,
6-3, 6-3, in the fourth division. To-
morrow, Lewis plays Bob Goodkind
of Northwestern, and Bradley meets
Alex Franklin of Ohio State.
Two Doubles Teams Win
Two Michigan doubles teams also
got past their first opponents. Lewis
and Wellington made a brilliant
comeback to beat Christ Genanak-
oplis and Dave Warner, Minnesota,
4-6; 6-2, 6-4. With the score 4-all
in the third set the next game went
11 deuces before the Wolverine duo
crashed through to win that game
and the next. This was in the top
brackets.
Michigan's third doubles' team of
Roy Boucher and Merle Brown, seed-
ed second, routed Rotter and Brod-
head, Wisconsin, 6-1, 6-1. Both Wol-
verines were redhot. Tomorrow, they
face the Tully-Trovillion duo of Chi-
chago, while the first team plays the
top-seeded Wasserman-Samson duo
of Northwestern. Wasserman is also
favored to take ,the number one
singles' crown.
Captain Jinx Johnson and Brad-

THE CAP TAT
//6Y WITH ARMYOFIEt
THE FLIGHTER is a Bancroft exclusive, originally
designed for Army Air Corps officers who fovored

ley, seeded in the second doubles, Johnson 6-4, 6-3; three singles-
were upset in first match, getting Clapper (Ill., bet: Bill Dozier IM)
beat by Marlow and Barrand, Wis- 6-0, 6-0; fve sine Stephens
consin, 6-4, 2-6, 6-3. Wis. beat Vellington 4-6, 6-2. 6-3;
Other summaries: six singles Waver Ill.) beat
One singles -Geanakoplis beat Boucher ;-

Totals........29 3 6 16 7 3
FREMONT TABR H PO A E
Grubbs, lb ..... 3 0 1 5 0 0
D. White, rf .... 3 1 0 2 0 0
Flack, 3b ........ 3 0 1 4 1 1
Adams, 2b....... 3 1 1 4 2 0
Kernes, c ....... 3 0 0 5 3 0;
Lindsay, ss .......3 1 1 3 2 0
Marius, cf ...... 3 0 0 4 1 0
Gray,lIf ......... 3 0 1 0 0 0
Miller, p ........ 3 1 0 0 1 0
Totals ........27 4 5 27 10 1
Strikeouts: Miller 2, Cain 4, Fish-
man 1, Savage 1.'
Golfers Leave,
F-or Dig Ten
Matches Today
Hoping to retain their Big Ten
crown, won last year, five Wolverine
linksmen accompanied by Coach Ray
Courtright left this morning for the
Conference matches to be played
Monday and Tuesday at Evanston,
Illinois' famed Tam O'Shanter golf
course.
Although his match holds the spot-
light for the golf team they will play
the Illini on Saturday in the last of
the regularly scheduled series of Big
Ten contests. Both Friday and Sun-
day will be devoted to practice. Then
the medal play begins Monday to
decide what team and which indi-
vidual will cop honors in the Confer-
ence.
"Corky" Thinks Team Has Chance
Coach Ray Courtright said that he
thought the team has a "fair" chance
to retain the title. He explained that
the team this year is better at match
play than at medal play.
Handicapped so far this. year be-
cause of the lack of practice this
may be the opportunity the Maize
and Blue have been awaiting.
In view of all its handicaps and
bad luck, Michigan's record is en-
tirely acceptable. After losing Big
Ten matches to Northwestern and
Ohio State, by close scores, the team
came back last Monday to beat the
Buckey'es on the University course
16-8. Victories 1'7-7 over Notre Dame,
and 12%2-2% over Michigan State
are the only other contests.
Three Teams Will Not Play
Indiana, Purdue, and Iowa will not
have teams present at Tam O'Shan-
ter. Plenty of the top notchers in
the collegiate golf world will be pres-
ent, however, including Jim McCar-
thy, defending Big Ten individual
champion, John Lorms of Ohio State,
and the Wolverine's star, Captain
Ben Smith.

Tigers Lose to A's
DETROIT, May 13.- UP)-- The
Detroit Tigers, playing their third
successive extra inning game,
dropped a 2 to 1 decision today to the
Philadelphia Athletics in 13 innings
that squared their series at one game
each.
Dick Siebert singled off lefty Roy
Henshaw, third of four Tiger pitch-
ers, with the bases loaded and one
out in the 13th to break a deadlock.

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