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SUNDAY, APRIL 23, 1944

THEl MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

SIJNI)AY, APRIL Z3, 1~)44 PAGE ~II~

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Golfers Win Again, 13-8;

Tennis Squad Takes Opener, 8-1

Track Squad
Prepares for
Pepn Relays
Coach Doherty Works
To Get Squad in Shape
For Week-End Meet
Even though old man weather is
doing his best to prevent the 1944
outdoor track season from becoming
4 reality, Coach Ken Doherty has
been working his charges incessantly
in an effort to round the squad into
shape for next week-end's Penn Re-
lays.
Although some of the time trials
which were run off Thursday and
Friday had to be run indoors because
of a rain-soaked Ferry Field track,
all the events ran as scheduled, show-
ing that the workouts are taking on
a more serious air. Some of the
new prospects showed posFibilities,
however, it seems doubtful that any
of these newcomers will travel to
Philadelphia. Because of the Navy
ruling on being off the campus, only
civilians will be competing in Friday's
events, but the servicemen will arrive
in time for Saturday's.
The Wolverines are entered in all
five of the relays, the distance med-
ley, the sprint medley, the four-mile
relay, the two-mile relay, and the
one-mile relay. It is posible that they
might not compete in all, however, as
circumstances may force them to
distribute their strength in a fewer
number of events. Bill Dale, co-
owner of the Conference highiump
crown, is also entered in his specialty.
Following the eastern meet, the
thinclads will have two weeks to
really work out in preparation for
their first home encounter, which will
be a triangular affair with Purdue
and Illinois.
McCarthy Recovering
BUFFALO, N.Y., April 22.-(P)-
Joe McCarthy, manager of the New
York Yankees, recovering from an
attack of influenza complicated by
neuritis, and his wife will move Mon-
day to their ranch-like farm.
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Linksmen Take Big Ten
Opener from Wildcats
Tews Cards 77, Messinger Scores 79;
Three Single Tilts Decided on 18th Green

Johnson Wins Feature Match
As Netters Trounce Broncos
Racquet Men Sweep Double Matches; Roger
Lewis Suffers Only Wolverine Loss f COMeet

Playing on a water-soaked turf and
under threatening skies that pro-
duced an on and off drizzle all day,
the, Wolverine linksmen yesterday
won their second match in as many
days by defeating Northwestern 13-8
in Michigan's opening Big Ten golf
match of the season.
In winning the meet the golfers
split the best ball matches and single
tilts, but attained their margin of
victory by their power in the individ-
ual matches they won. Jack Tews
turned in the best card for the 18-
holecourse, a 77, while teammate
Tom Messinger turned in the second
lowest, a 79.
Michigan's Top Men Beaten
In the first of the best ball matches
played in the morning, Warren Will-
iamson and Dan Fargo of the Wild-
cats bested Phil Marcellus and Paul
O'Hara, two of Michigan's top men.
The Wolverines took the lead, how-
ever, in the second match when Jack
Tews and John Jenswold turned back
James Stotter and Milt Kuehn,.3-0.
In the only single match played
in the morning, the Wolverines suf-
ferede a setback when Bob Alexander
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defeated Duncan Noble. 2%-2. This
left the score tied at 41% apiece going
into the afternoon rounds.
In the afternoon play, the Wolver-
ine golfers won two of four individual
tilts and tied in another. Tews and
Messinger shut out Alexander and
Kuehn respectively, 3-0, while Jens-
wold tied Stotter at 1%1/2 each and'
O'Hara lost to Williamson, 2-1.
Three Matches Decided on 18th
Three of the five single matches
were decided on the 18th green. No-
ble muffed an opportunity to tie
Alexander on the last hole, when his
shot went into the creek. Jenswold,
tied Stotter when he finished the hole'
in five, one stroke lower than his
Wildcat challenger. O'Hara suffered
defeat at the hands of Williamson
when his put on the 18th green
trickled past the brim of the cup.
The scores were very good consid-
ering the conditions under which the
boys played. Tews and Messinger,
were the only ones to turn in a card
under 80, but several of the golfers
just missed reaching the afternoon's
select circle. The fairways were
heavy, th.us preventing any bounce or
roll on the tee shots, and the greens
were slow. Despite this disadvantage

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A 17-YEAR-OLD ROOKIE with a promising future before him and a
40-year-old veteran of baseball are among the new pitchers added to
the Detroit Tigers' staff this season. Shown (above) are Emery
iHresko (right), 17, who formerly played with an American Legion
junior team, and Elon Hogsett (left), 40. Note their physical resem-
blance.
Baseball Team Rained Out Again;
Hawkeyes To Be Next Opponents

By DAVE LOEWENBERG
A powerful Michigan tennis teama
opened its 1944 season by soundly
trouncing Western Michigan, 8-1, in
a dual meet played yesterday at!
Kalamazoo.
In the feature match of the day,
Jinx Johnson defeated Vick Soukup
8-6, 6-2. This was Johnson's second
consecutive win over the Western
Michigan star as he previously bested
Soukup in a close match last year.
Soukup for many years was one of
the top ranking junior netters in the
Chicago area, and Johnson's victory
over this Bronco star, definitely es-
tablishes him as a Big Ten title con-
tender.
Roger Lewis Defeated
Roger Lewis, Michigan's number
two man, suffered the only Wolverine
loss as John Hoekje, a letterman on
last year's Bronco squad, whipped
him in a torrid three set battle, 6-3,
3-6, 6-2. Lewis, because of lack of
practice, has not yet hit his stride,
but it is hoped that he will be in
shape for the Conference openers
against Chicago and Minnesota next
week-end.
Jim Froehlich, Michigan's transfer
from the West Coast, made an aus-
picious debut for the Maize and Blue,
by pounding out a well-earned 6-3,
3-6, 6-2 win over Bob Carman.
Ford Makes Impressive Debut
Bill Ford, Michigan's sensational
freshman, scored the most impres-
sive victory of the meet, as he de-

cisively trounced Jack Loomis, 6-2,
6-0. This was Ford's first appearance
for the Maize and Blue, and from
all indications, it looks as though he
is headed for a successful Season.
Dave Post collected another victory
for Michigan as he whipped Bob
Preuss, 6-2, 6-2. Post is rounding
into form much faster this year than
ever before.
Boucher Wins, 7-5, 6-2
In the concluding singles match of
the day, southpaw Roy Boucher club-
bed his way to an easy 7-5, 6-2 Win
over Paul Mauzy.
In the No. 1 doubles match of
the day, Michigan's top combination
of Lewis and Froehlich, whipped the
Western Michigan duo of Soukup and
Loomis by scores of 6-2, 6-4.
In the number two doubles match,
Johnson and Ford defeated Hoekeje
and Carman, 8-6; 1-6, 6-0.
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TEAM W L
New York ............5 0
St. Louis .............3 0
Cincinnati ............3 1
Philadelphia'..........2 2
Brooklyn.............2 3
Chicago..............1 3
Pittsburgh............0 3
Boston.0 4

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 2, Brooklyn 1.
Philadelphia 3, Boston 2.
St. Louis at Chicago postponed
(wet grounds).

AMERICAN LEAGUE

TEAM W
St. Louis ..............4
Philadelphia ..........2
New York ...........2
Boston................2
Chicago ..............1
Cleveland .............1
Washington............1
Detroit..............0

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several birdies were turned in. By MARY LU HEATH
Next Saturday, the Wolverines ByciaY LUcn at Ht
journey to Columbus to meet the Michigan's second attempt to open
Ohio State Buckeyes, who, with sev- the 1944 baseball season was a com-I
eral returning veterans, have one of plete washout, as rain caused the
the better squads in the Western cancellation of the scheduled contest
Conference.
yesterday at Fort Custer.
Last week the Wolverines managed
Yanks Whip Senators, 6-3 to get half way to Oberlin before they
learned that the game had been can-
NEW YORK, April 22.-(AP)--Pitch- celled. Yesterday they reached Fort
er Atley Donald and first baseman Custer before the tilt was called. By
Nick Etten, two old Yankee hands, a successive process they should get
stole the opening day thunder at the to play at least the first inning
Yankee stadium, as the New Yorkers before the weather stops them in the
vanquished- the Washington Sena- next game.
tors 6-3, today,,before a gathering of Meanwhile, the Wolverines pre-
9,728 fans. pared to tackle Iowa's Hawkeyes here
-- --- - in single tilts Tuesday and Wednes-
day in the Big Ten opener, and
looked toward the local games sched-
LA S I'I E D uled for Friday and Saturday with
Notre Dame.
Hawkeyes Lose to Badgers
Iowa's record to date shows two
victories against one loss to Wiscon-
sin's Badgers, 7-1. The Hawkeyes
swamped Chicago in two, contests
CLASSIFIED played on April 7 and 8 in Iowa City,
while additional tilts with Wisconsin
and Minnesota's Gophers were called
RATES off because of rain.
Nevertheless, the three contests
$ .40 per 15-word insertion for that the Hawkeyes have under their
one or two days. (In- belt should give them an advantage
crease of 10c for each over the untried Wolverines. Coach
additional 5 words.) "Waddy" Davis is fielding an all-
civilian nine this spring, and the
Non-Contract average age of his squad is 18. The
$1.00 per 15-word insert( n for 22-man team is composed of 17 fresh-
three or more days. (In- men and the mound staff includes
crease of 25c for each only one senior, the remaining seven
additional 5 words.) flingers being frosh.
In giving an estimate of his team's
Contract Rates on Request ability, Coach Davis said, "We should
develop fairly well-balanced hitting.
FOR SALE
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REVLON lipsticks and wind-milled
face powder, nail enamels and ac-
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State Theatre. Notre Dame 8, Wisconsin 1.

The infield will be o.k., with the vital
spots at second base and shortstop
well-handled. Outfielders will have
normal speed. I think the pitchers
will hold up well, despite their lack
of experience."
Iowa has gotten the jump on most
of the other Big Ten clubs because it
is necessary that the Hawkeyes play
all of the ten Conference tilts within
a period ,of about three weeks. The
Hawks' semester ends April 22.
Team Has Five Varsity Hurlers
Of the eight pitchers on Coach
Davis' mound staff, five look like
varsity stuff. Herb Preul and Jack
Spence head the list of pitchers, with
Wilmer Hokanson, Bob Gipple and
southpaw Dick. Ives completing the I
starters. Preul has an even break in
two games, winning from Chicago
and losing the single game with the
Badgers. Spencer has a perfect rec-
ord, with a win and no losses.
Irish Win Over
Badgers, 8-1
MADISON, Wis., April 22.-(/P)--
Notre Dame's baseball team, blast-
ing out ten hits and profiting from
seven errors, defeated the University
of Wisconsin today, 8 to 1.
The Irish bunched three runs in
the fourth and fifth innings and add-
ed one in each of the eight and ninth
of today's game. Wisconsin scored
its long counter in the fifth.
Notre Dame ...000 330 011-8 10 1
Wisconsin . .. .000 010 000-1 3 7
Zieminski and Sheehan; Garman,
Pearson and Hogland.
Brother Act Reunited
BROOKLYN, April 22.-(/P)-One
of baseball's most famous brother
acts was re-united today when 38-
year-old Lloyd Waner reported to the
SBrooklynDodgers and joined his
older brother, Paul.

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 6, Washington 3.
Philadelphia 4, Boston. 0
Detroit at Cleveland (rain).
Chicago at St. Louis (rain).

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