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THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1945

THE MCIA

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Thinclads Try To Retain
~Outdoor Crown Friday
rTwety-Three Men To Journey to Champaign;
Wolverine Strength Again in Middle Distances

Wolverine Net
Squad To Seek
Big Ten Crown
Undefeated Team Vies
For Conference Title

Linksmen A.im
For Fourth Big
Ten Golf Title
Five Men To Compete
For Team in Contest

Baseball Nine Prepares
To Meet Badger Squad

iLouthen, Bowman' To Pitch as Wolverines
Play Runners-Up in Big Teii Race Saturday

By MURRAY GRANT
Twenty-three thinclads will represent Michigan Satui'day when they
attempt to retain the Western Conference outdoor track title, and addf
it to the already acquired indoor crown.
In addition to these men, Coach Doherty stated that he would take
a manager, trainer Ray Roberts, and assistant Chet Stackhouse. Theyl
will leave Friday noon with Coach Doherty going earlier to arrange the
drawing of track positions in the var-
ious events, and is expected to figure seriously in
Hume Heads List . the point-getting.
Heading the list of tracksters is The 440 will faci Dick Forrestel and
Ross Hume, this year's captain and Bob Mann running for Michigan,
co-holder of the indoor conference while Illinois, Michigan's chief threat,
mile crown. Hume, with his brotherj
Bob, will attempt to maintain their
domination of the middle -distancex
events.
The Wolverines will again be strong
in the middle-distance events with
Archie Parsons, running the half- :. -. I
mile and mile, the Humes competing
in the mile and then splitting into at

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half-mile and two mile entry, Bob
Thomason, running the mile and
Chuck Birdsall competing in the two
mile.
Sprinters Strong
In the sprints the Wolverines will
also be strong. There, Julian With-
erspoon, Henry Fonde, and Val John-
son will carry the banner for Michi-
gan. Johnson, who wrenched a leg
muscle in the recent quadrangular
meet with Illinois, Ohio State and
Great Lakes, has ben taking it easy
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Coming Sunday
'This Man's Navy'

By MARY L
Althm hl Nnu d ill kn ,ttof

f~~~~~ /ug 4 y 1,111.l avyari Kept mosu m
Getting in the last polishing licks Aiming for their fourth straight an hour o tng ac1ic yse y,
oprctice before embarking for the Big Ten golf championship, Satur- an hour of batting practice yesterday. tl
Conferencefclash at Evanston Satr- day at Evanston. Illinois, Michigan baseball squad continued to prepare
day, the Wolverine net sqrad. is re- ,inksmen will face seven of the ten header with Wisconsin. runners up in tl
ported in top condition and ready Conference squads with Chicago and The two games. which loom as th
to go. Iowa the only two schools not enter- to play in the Big Ten, will find Red I
The Conference meeting will round ed in the tournament. mound against the Badgers. while Ger
off the tennis season for the year, a Five- players will tee-off on each be pitted against Louthen and John
season marked by consecutive wins team, and Coach Bill Barclay said lie Robinson will probably see actionc
over Purdue, Wayne. Notre Dame. has only definitely decided on three I against Bowman.
Western Michigan, Wionsin, Min- of the golfers who will make the Wolverine Lineup Changese
nesota, Northwestern, and Ohio trip. Those already selected are Phil The Wolverine lineup, which found
State. V Marcellus, John Tews, and John Jens- s
Same Squad To Play wold. The Wolverine golf mentor an-1
Coach Le Roy Weir is planning to nounced that the other two linksmen
bigapoiaeytesm'a.NEW BATTL NG KING?-Tommy will be chosen from the results of
which as been in paticipation all Holmes, Boston I ves outfielder this week's practice-sessions, and the
eason tos Evnstn atrdipayto current batting ker in the Na- players that are shooting for the
defend last year's Conferencecrowaw tional League 2r' es his suc-. fourth and fifth spots on the teamf
dthe only dubious berth. being that' cess to g o 1 of experiment- are Captain Paul O'Hara, Bob Ernst.
th n ou en g withbattMi n am es and Ken Morey.-_
between Roy Boucher and Dave Post ia
Weir had not decided whether to Three-Way Race
bring both men, or only one of them. The contest gives evidence of be-I
Mknu hrs htaeg ing a three-way battle between Mich-1
Making up the rest of the tr aveling gnchoSaeadNrhetr,
quad will be Captain Roger Lewis, igan. Ohio Stat capable of upsetting
the old stalwart Jinx Johnson, Gor-wp
onNggeJakHrhadBil) anay of the three squads. Of the trio,t
don Nauggle, Jack Her-,h, and Bille er1 auadrt he
Haolysincolee"A ct i- VI the Wolverines are reported to havec
H a slight edge due to the fact that fourt
As yet, only six colleges have sig- mmeso h il-odn 94
" j. members of the title-holding 1944
nified their intentions of vying for ' ; % pTI team. Jenswold. Marceilus, O'Hara,
the Big Ten net crown. Michigan. F+ 1 i& d Prie and Tews are back again this season.
Ohio State, Purdue, Northwestern. Also, Jenswold took the individual
Minnesota, and Wisconsin will deft- 1e conference crown last year with Mar-
ntely compete Saturday, with the ST. LOUIS, May 23--Sa n Bread- cellus as runner-up.
other three members of the Confer-jon. owner of the World Champion St. Maize and Blue golfers will enter
ence probably inactive. Louis Cardinals. disposed of the Mor- the tournament with a record of six
OSU, Northwestern Are Tough ton Cooper salary ('outoversy today victories, two of which were over Big
Ohio State and Northwestern are by selling the big ace right hand Ten opponents Ohio State and North-
the two teams slated to give Michi- pitcher to the Boston Braves for an western, and one defeat. On April
gan the most trouble. The Bucks unannounced amount of cash and an- 28 at Columbus, Barclay's men re- BILL GREGOR
were defeated decisively by Michigan other right hand starting hurler. ceived their only setback, but last
last week-end. while the Wolverines Charles (Red) Barrett. Saturday at Ann Arbor the Wolver-
have not met the Wildcats at all. Cooper will .join the Braves in lines avenged the loss by trouncing Joe Soboleski at second during the
Northwestern presents the biggest ihittsburgh on Friday and Barrett the Buckeyes 19-8 which was their two games with Indiana and Mon-
threat to Michigan supremacy thisI will come to the Cardinals as soon fifth win in a row. day's tilt with the Romulus Air Bases
sreason, assheiciap eof fiedi aas he can arrage his affairs at f fthwin Stong squad, will probably have Dom To-
season, as she is capable of fi elding a B tl Northwestern Strong raibc tscn.Tms a
powerful aggregation, and has a- B.Northwestern will be paced by a as
massed an enviable record in the Announcement of the transition as not been at Ann Arbor for a week,
past months of competition. came shortly after Breadon. Manager and Bob Abrams, and playing An on bton n ath nn Aroi a week,
Billy Sout hworth of the Ca rds. Coop- adBbArmadpaigo Wisconsin's starting nine will lprob-
SThuart by Loss their home course they will be tough
0U byer and his attorney, Lee Havener, theat Meoas shuy will be ably consist of Bob Sutton leading
Ohio State will be seriously crimp- were scheduled to hold a conference led bytLouis Lick the 1944 NCAA off at third, Jerry Thompson or Or-
ed with the loss of two of her ace in an attempt to iron out differences;veil Zimmerman at second, Bob Per-
racket-wielders, Bob Gregg and Dave the pitcher has had with the manage- champ, and he will be ably suppo te thel in center, Jim Ackeret at short
Kuenzli. Kuenzli, the Buckeye regu- ment since before the season opened. e tol a eric Kitzman in left, ick Carpenter
lar number six man is entering the President Louis R. Perini of the returning letteren for the Gophers in right, George Wirtz or Phil Nelson
Navy, and Gregg, the steady number Boston Braves andC - C ,1eral Mianager are Jerry Millner and Ken Mack. at first, and Dan Murphy catching.
two man, will be unable to make the John J. Quinn appeared unexpectedly Batting Average .256
trip due to naval restructions. from the eon ter<aeu room and an- Up until last Saturday, when they Meanwhile, the team batting aver-
However, the boys from Columrhus nouned to reporters that the deal suffered thii only setback of the age for the season thus far stands at
will still be able to present formid- had been made. Their r'esence in season at the hands of the Wolver- .256. with 116 hits registered in 454
able opposition to the. Maize and St. Louis was unknown to the report- ines, Ohio State linksmen had won times at bat. Individual averages
Blue Championship hopes, in the ers until they emerged with the an- Inine straight tilts.DCoach Bob Kep
personages of Aris and Alex Frank- nouncement. ler has named DaiiRocker, Bob-
lin, Joe Coriat, Bob Bowen, and Gor- Both expressed a leasure with the Kampfer, Dick Barr, John JermsM
don Gifford. transaction. "I th nk lie's the best and Howard Baker to participate in BUY MOlRE BOND
On a basis of past records and pitcher in the league and naturally the 1945 Big Ten championship.
potentialities, the Wolverines are de- any club is glad to get the best,. --..
finitely rated as the favored squad, Quinn asserted, adding that CooperT e ic
and "should take the meet, provided had signed a one-year contract with i
they maintain the same quality of the Braves. He declined to discuss Place After
playing as has been exhibited all the contract erm. however. VitoyD
season." Cooper, who y sterday declared PHILADELPHIA, May 23.-- I N E ED A Vi
that he did not~ want to be traded, 1 r, fli-ni 1i pc i ria -1vi-
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U HEATH
the regulars from more than half
he civilian members of the Michigan
for Saturday's important double-
she Conference at present.
he toughest the Wolverines have yet
Louthen and Bo Bowman taking the
ne Jaroch, ace Wisconsin hurler, will
changed considerably over the three-
game weekend, which saw Tom Ros-
ema relinquish his claim to the bat-
ting laurels for the first time this
spring.
Rosema Falters
Rosema, Michigan's first baseman,
slipped from a cool .416 mark to .310,
and went into third place behind
Walt Kell, third baseman who rose
from .377 to .382 and took over first
place, and Bo Bowman, who got four
for four in the second Indiana game
to raise his mark from .154 to .353.
Bowman was resting in the next to
last spot in the Wolverine batting
record last week.
Although catcher Bob Stevenson
upped his mark from .289 to .306, he
dropped from third to fourth place in
the standings. Others who increased
their averages were centerfielder Don
Lund, who went from .204 to .250;
Soboleski, who rose from .200 to .250;
Louthen, who upped his average from
.143 to .176; and shortstop Jack
Weisenburger, who gained 37 points
as he raised his mark from .163 to
an even .200.

BOB THOMASON
will enter possibly four men, Bob Kel-
ley, indoor titleholder for the dis-
tance, Marce Gonzales, Joe Hayes
and Joe Johnson.
In the mile relay, the Wolverines
will be favorites because of their fine
showing thus far. But again Illinois
fast-flying quartet may upset the
dope.
ajor League
Stanldings
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New York .........15
St. Louis ... ..... , .13
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Boston .... , .......10
*Cleveland 9
Philadelphia......10
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WEDNESDAY' S RESULTS
Detroit 7, Philadelphia 1.
New York 5, Chicago 3.
Boston 4, St. Louis 1.
Cleveland at Washington, night.

NATIONAL LEAGUE

TIEAMSY
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breasted with black trousers. Ex-
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Mornings between 8:00-8:30. Eve-1
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said simply: "I've been sold. Every-
body's happy."
Southworth, who has had consider-
able trouble with sore arms among
his hurlers recently, together .with
the temporary loss at least of Left-
hander Max Lanier for a military
physical examination, said that Bar-.
rett would be one of his starting
pitchers.
The suspension and $500 finei
which South worth slapped on
Cooper after his latest walkout was
"disposed of very agreeably," Hav-
ener announced, but without saying
how.
Cooper served an ultimatum yes-

Th1e Dletroit aigers used a 11Vc
tory over the Philadelphia Athletics
ntoday to take undisputed title of sec-
o nd place in the Amer'ican League.
The defeat pushed the Athletics.
who have lost 15 of their last 19'
games. into last place.
Jess Flores, charged with the loss.'
held the Tigers to one run until the
eighth when they pushed over six
markers. Joe Berry relieved Flores
in the inning.
Hal Newhouser, pitching seven-i mit3
ball, struck out 11 men. Bobby Esta-
lella's ninth inning homer cost him
his third shut-out.

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