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Trackmen Leave for Conference Championships
Romulus Fliers Provide Real
Opposition for Tennis Squad
Lt. Christie Breaks Even with Johnson in
Well-Played Match; Ford, Post, Boucher Win
By JO ANN PETERSON j
It was scheduled at the last minute,
but yesterday's tennis match, in
which the varsity netters met a squad
of Army flyers from the Romulus air
base, proved to be just the competi-
tion Michigan needed before the all-
important Big Ten matches to be
held at Chicago, Saturday.
The flyers only brought down a
four man squad to tackle, the Maize
and Blue players, but at least one of
these men proved to play a brand of,
tennis so excellent that it forced the
varsity to go all out to win.
Johnson Plays Christie
Jinx Johnson, playing in his accus-
tomed number one singles position,
was' matched with fit. Warren Chris-
tie of the Romulus squad. Johnson,
who is one of the three top contenders
for the Big Ten singles crown, has
not been extended this week, and
needed an opponent to provide
enough competition so that the stea-
dy Jinx could have a workout prep-
aratory to the Conference matches.
In Lt. Christie, Jinx met a player,
who according to Coach LeRoy Weir,
played "some of the finest tennis that
has been seen in Ann Arbor for a1
long time." Lt. Christie was number
one singles player on the University
of Texas tennis teamn during the '41;
and '42 seasons, and played on a
squad which included such outstand-
ing players as Wally Driver, rated)
number four junior player in the
country, and Jack Hickman, another
high ranking star.
Christie Has Not Played This Season
Lt. Christie has been able to play
only three times this season, but he
displayed a brand of smooth-strok-
ing, hard-hitting tennis that was
remarkable to watch. He took the
first set from Johnson, 6-4, but was
downed in the second set, 7-5. Lt.
Christie tired during the second set,
as he was naturally out of condition,
but still managed to look so good in
the majority of rallies, that several
times the ball traveled back and
forth across the net as many as 40
times before a point was scared.
Mai tch Not Finished"
The match was not concluded as
Coach Weir did not wish .Johnson to
wear himself out, when he will be
calledd upon to play three matches
In the other matches of the after-
noon, the remaining players. Boucher.
Post and Ford all took their sets
from the Romulus players, while in
the doubles even Coach Weir entered
the game, as Bill Ford had to return
to the quad.
The Romulus match was a final
test before the Conference match,
and from all indications the squad is
in good shape, and should be well-
qualified to walk off with team
honors at Chicago.
To Compete in
Big Ten Meet
Tews To Play Top
Position at Chicago
By RUTH ELCONIN
Having captured the Big Ten golf
crown for the past two years, the
Wolverine linksmen will be making a
strong bid for thieir third successive
title tomorrow at the Medinah Coun-
try Club in Chicago.
Golf mentor Ray Courtright and
Captain Phil Marcellus left yesterday
for the Windy City, which will give
them the opportunity to play the
course before the matches start on
Saturday. John Jenswold, Jack Tews,
Tom Messinger and Paul O'Hara,
who compose the rest of the team,
will not be able to leave until today
because of naval regulations. Never-
theless, the players will receive accur-
ate information about the condition
of the links from Courtright and
Michigan is favored to win team
honors, and after reviewing the sea-
son's play one can see why they are
considered the top team. When the
schedule ended last Saturday the.
final record was six wins against two
defeats. The Wolverines dropped
matches to Ohio State and Notre
Dame, but on May 13 the Maize and
Blue golfers avenged the Buckeye"
conquest by defeating the Ohioans
Tews Is Most Consistent
After examining the past perfor-
mances of the linksters the most con-
sistent player proves to be Jack Tews.
Tews has been number one man on
the team and has captured honors in]
practically every contest. Coach
Courtright said one of the major fac-
tors in the big Buckeye defeat wasE
because Tews was able to stop Ohio's
star golfer, Dick Peterson. Probably
one of the reasons for Tews' success-;
ful season was because he was one of
.the first ones to hit his stride and
h gaintained top playing conditions
throughout the year.
Right on Tews' heels is Marcellus,
who did not start shooting good golf
until the last half ofthe season.Now
he is in perfect shape and is being
counted on to keep the pace he has
set in past weeks and to match his
past Big Ten performance.
Good Team Balance
The next three members of the
varsity squad, Messinger, O'Hara and
Jenswold, are on equal footing. Of
the trio, Messinger is the only one to
have competed in all the contests,
and his best score was last week at
Detroit, when he carded a 75. Jens-
wold's top showing of the year was
also at the Motor City when he
topped both teams with a score of
74. Courtright stated that "Messin-
ger and Jenswold played their best
golf of the year at Detroit," and
O'Hara is now playing up to expecta-
These five players have worked in
perfect harmony throughout the sea-
By MARY LU HEATH
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With yesterday's scheduled con- are no other ranking veterans be- By BILL LAMBERT
Shr sides Wah returning this season and A 25-man Wolverine track squad
lone conquerors of Coach Ray Fish- Harrell has been the victim of hard I embarks today on what promises to
er's baseball nine, called off after an luck as far as the draft is concerned, be its toughest assignment of the
hour's wait following a short, violent Three of the Indiana mentor's year, that of copping the team cham-
cloudburst which soaked the dia- players have been called to the armed pionship in the Conference meet
forces since the opening of the sea- which is being held in Champaign,
mond, the Wolverines leave today Ill.
for Bloomington, Ind., where they son, the last of which was Ed Sidwell, A
the outfielder whose pair of doubles After being victorious in all their
will play the Hoosiers in a double- were responsible for the Hoosier de- indoor meets and winning the Big Ten
header tomorrow. --.----- - .._ .._crown with a record total of points,
The Indiana squad is a highly im- they will be out to round out their
pro"d"'.m::.:':::':::.:;,hadso-far perfect outdoor season in the
proved team from the one which had 4: am mnnr.Wit'Bdd Yun
a record of one win against three same manner. With Buddy Young
losses in Conference cnmpetition go- :::::::.. " -jat the helm, Illinois, which finished
ing into last Saturday's twin bill with ," second last March, again promises
Purdue. However, the Hoosiers split j to give the Maize and Blue runners
with the Boilermakers, who have a close battle 'r thi championship.
been. a constant threat in Big Ten Michigan will be in the same spot
competition all season. Indiana won they were last year when they took
the first game, 5-2, and was barely the title without the aid of a single
nosed out in the second tilt, 5-4. (" first, and the boys who finish in the
Coach Fisher yesterday called In-' second, third, fourth and fifth spots,
Coah iser eseray aledIn will be the deciding factor in the
diana "an improving ball club." Fish- wil beeth
er especially praised Kermit Wahl, 'Mechit. St
the South Dakota lad who has been The Wolverines should pick up nine
holding down the third base spot for The Woerepon s inhm le, wi umie
" > > ..::;::::: f. ,,,re- points in the mile, with the Hume
the Hoosiers during the past two twins given a wide dge, and Dick
years. This season, the Indiana cap- Bar n adJdeede asoDick
tam has been dividing his time be- .petBarnad an r John Pure so ex-
twee thrd nd te ptchr'smoun. .' ' $ t} , x ..,.~ ti peted to garner a couple of points.
tween third and the pitcher's mound. . The Humes and Charles Birdsall can
Wahl, who is batting around .400 ,.s be counted on to bring hom ten points
is usually such a sure bet to get on in the two-mile run, while if George
base that Fisher stated that he . Kraeger is up to par, and Bill Dale
"wouldn't often hesitate to grant him .": jumps true to form, 13 points could
a free pass when he is at bat." Wahl be added to the Michigan win column
is playing his last year for the Hoosi- CHUCK KETTERER from the shot put and high jump.
ers, because he is now a senior in the - - --------In the low hurdle, Jack Martin,
School of Education at Indiana. feat of Northwestern in the first of who took first against Illinois and
The veteran Wahl has landed a their two-game series with the Wild- Purdue two weeks ago, should ac-
National League contract with the cats. count for five points, while John
Cincinnati Reds, and will report to Meanwhile, things were looking up Eisley might pick up one or two in
them around June 15, when the sem- for the Wolverines as far as their the high hurdles.
ester is over at Indiana. Even as a lineup was concerned. Elroy Hirsch, The 880 and 440, are considerably
sophophome in 1942, he drew the called home for three days, was back weaker than they were last winter,
attention of the Tigers and the Red in uniform yesterday and outfielder when Bob Ufer was competing, but
Sox. He is 4-F in the draft, due to Bill Gregor, stricken earlier in the the trio of Barnard, Purdue and Vet-
a badly injured knee. week with an attack of glandular ter in the former could mean three
Indiana Coach Paul "Pooch" Har- fever, had been released from Health points, while in the quarter-mile,
rell will be pitting a group of civilian Service. Will Glas, Dick Forrestel, Fred Negus,
Mel Detwiler and Jim Pierce should
also place at least three in the money.
Michigan's- mile relay team, which
CIASSIIED ADVERTI NG finished second to the Illini once al-
Lkmijj~IIr , li V U I tt T ready this season, should be able to
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t score four tallies. The quartet is
(tentatively composed of Pierce, Negus,
Glas and Forrestel.
Sprints Look Good
The dashes appear likely to rack
up six to eight points, remembering
the fact that Julian Witherspoon,
Rex Wells, Pierce and Jack Martin
have all been turning in times which
should put them in the win, place.
or show slots.
Counting on six more points in the
field events, and should Elroy Hirsch
compete in the broadjump, possibly
more, this totals up to 60 points which
potentially spell Victory for the Wol-
verines. However, the difference be-
tween the Orange and Blue and
Michigan is so slight, any sort of an
upset in one event could change the
Saturday's program is slated to get
underway at 10 a.m. with the running
of preliminaries, while the finals will
begin at 2:30 p.m.
GAME RAINED OUT:
Wolverines To Play Hoosiers
In Doubleheader Tomorrow
Squads Battle for Title
Team Balance Is Basis for Coach Ken
Doherty's Hopes to Capture Big Ten Crown
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