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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

, SUNDAY, MAY G, 1945

Netters Trounce Notre Dame,;

All Matches Go

Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Golfers Down Western Michigan;
John Tews Wins Medalist Honors

To

Wolverines

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Fourth Straight Win Keeps Slate Clean;
Lewis Beats Intercollegiate Runner-Up

By'HANK KEISER
Capturing every one of the six
singles and three doubles matches to
register a smashing 9-0 victory over
Notre Dame, Michigan's undefeated
netmen notched up their fourth
straight win of the season yesterday
at the I-M courts.
Highlight of the encounter was
Wolverine captain Roger Lewis'
sparkling triumph over Charlie Samp-
son, last year's runner-up in the Na-
tional Intercollegiate Tennis Tourna-

ment. After dropping the first set,
6-1, Lewis rallied to down the Irish-
man 6-4, 6-4 in the next two. The
Maize and Blue charge relied mainly
on his stinging forehand drive which
kept Sampson on the baseline, enabl-
ing him to take advantage of his pow-
erful net game.
Jinx Johnson, number two Wol-
verine man, displayed his usual steady
game in whipping Bill Tulley, 6-3,
5-7, 6-3. In the third singles bracket
Jack Hirsh encountered little diffi-

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culty in disposing of Notre Dame's
Jim Griffin, 8-6, 6-2.
Wolverines Sweep Doubles
Entering the doubles division with
a 6-0 lead, the Wolverines continued
on the victory trail by taking all three
contests. Lewis and Hirsch took over
Sampson and Tulley in an exciting
three set series, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4.
The second dual match went han-
dily to Post and Johnson, who brought
home the bacon with a 6-1, 6-3 drub-
bing of Joe Brown and Dick Foun-
tain. Michigan men, Boucher and
Nauggle, topped off a perfect day,
defeating Griffen and Ratterman in
a see-saw battle, 3-6, 6-3, 6-3.
The Summaries:
One Singles-Roger Lewis, (M), de-
feated Charles Sampson, 1-6, 6-4, 6-4.
Two Singles-Jinx Johnson, (M),
defeated Bill Tully, 6-3, 5-7, 6-3.
Three Singles-Jack Hirsch, (M)
defeated Jim Griffen, 8-6, 6-2.
Four Singles-Gordon Nauggle,
(M) defeated George Ratterson, 3-6,
6-3, 6-3.
Five Singles-David Post, (M) de-
feated Phil Martin, 6-2, 6-3.
Six Singles-Roy Boucher, (M) de-
feated Joe Brown, 6-2, 6-3.
One Doubles-Lewis and Hirsch,
(M) defeated Sampson and Tulley,
6-4, 3-6, 6-4.
Two Doubles-Post and Johnson,
(M) Brown and Dick Fountain, 6-1,
6-3.
Three Doubles-Boucher and Naug-
gle, (M) defeated Griffen and Rat-
terman, 3-6, 6-3, 6-3.
Showers Halt
Doubleheader
With Gophers
A doubleheader between the Minne-
sota baseball squad and the Wolver-
ines was called because of continu-
ous light showers here yesterday
which turned the basepaths at Ferry
Field into strips of mud.
Although the Gopher team had
been in town since Friday morning,
it was forced to return to Minneapolis
without playing a single game. Post-
poned contests are automatically
dropped from the season's Confer-
ence schedule.
Michigan's baseball club will travel
to Romulus today to engage in a
single game with the Romulus Air
Base squad, provided the weather
permits play. The Flyers swamped a
University of Detroit squad which
bowed to the Wolverines Tuesday, 5-3.

SUNDAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Detroit (2).
New York at Boston (2).
Philadelphia at Washington
Cleveland at Chicago (2).

(2).

NATIONAL LEAGUE
TEAMS V L Pct.
New York .............11 4 .733
Chicago .............. 8 4 .667
Brooklyn ................ 7 6 .538
Boston ........ 7 7 .500
St. Louis .............. 6 6 .500
Cincinnati ............ 5 6 .455
Pittsburgh ............ 5 8 .385
Philadelphia ........... 3 11 .214
SATURDAY'S RESULTS
New York 15-6, Boston 5-4.
Brooklyn 10-12, Philadelphia 1-8.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, rain.
Chicago 5, St. Louis 1.
SUNDAY'S GAMES
Boston at New Yerk (2).
Brooklyn at Philadelphia (2).
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (2).
Chicago at St. Louis (2).
Air Discrimination1
Against Athletes
WASHINGTON, May 5-()-The
War Department said today it will
make public Monday a report on an
investigation of allegations that 4-F
professional athletes have been dis-
criminated against in the draft.
RECORDS

TEAM W L
Chicago ................7 3
New York 9 4
Detrcit . ..7 5
Washington ............8 7
St. Louis ..............5 6
Philadelphia ...........6 8
Boston .................5 9
Cleveland .............. 3 8
SATURDAY'S RESULTS

Pet.
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.692
.583
.533
.455
.429
.357
.273

St. Louis 5, Detroit 0.
Chicago 3, Cleveland 2.
New York 7, Boston 3.
Washington 7, Philadelphia 3.

Detroit Friday at the University Golf
Course, Michigan linksmen trounced
Western Michigan 171/%-1/2 yesterday
at Kalamazoo.
Coach Bill Barclay selected a four-
man squad consisting of Captain
Paul O'Hara, Phil Marcellus, John
Tews, and John Jenswold to tee off
against the Bronco quartet. The to-
tal score for the contest was eighteenL
points, with three each credited to
the four single play-offs, and three
apiece going to the two doubles mat-
ches.
Wolverines Blank Bronco Pairs
In the individual matches, Michi-
gan was prevented from blanking
their opponents when Marcellus only
scored 21% points from Jim Fox-
grover, Western Michigan's ace. With
the doubles play, the Wolverines
came through and whitewashed the
Bronco's combinations. The Maizek
and Blue twosomes teed off with
Marcellus and Tews encounterimtg
Foxgrover and Bob Burns, and Jens-
wold and O'Hara facing Bill Pfan-
nerstill and Tim Mappeson.
Tews captured top honors of the
day by carding a 78, and his best
shots came on the first three holes
when he made three birdies by shoot-
ing one under par. Barclay said that
Tews and O'Hara played a pretty

Foxgrover Deprives Michigan of Shuto
Coach Barclay Looks For Improvemen
By RUTH ELCONIN fair game, but the team as a whole
Gaining their third victory of the has not done as well as he expected
season and their second in two days, and he is far from satisfied with the
having defeated the University oftre

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For the second time in two days,
the Wolverine club played under ex-j
tremely bad weather conditions. The1
Arcadia Brook Golf Course at Kala-
mazoo was in fair shape, the greens
were very wet as it rained contin-
ually, and the fairways were soggy
which prevented the ball from roll-
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Up to date Barc ay's men have a
record of three wins against one de-
feat. In the opening match at De-
troit, Michigan easily took the Titan
contest 151%x-212, and in a return en-
gagement here Friday the Wolverine
squad again scored a decisive tri-
umph over the Detroiters by the
same score.
On April 28, the team faced its
first Big Ten opposition of the sea-
son when it vied for honors against
Ohio State at Columbus, and the
Maize and Blue linksters lost a tough,
hard-fought match at the hands of
the Buckeyes 15-12.

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