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T'11E' MICUJGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

~TIEMICHGAN AILYPAGETHRE
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Michigan

Nine

Clashes

with

MSC

Today

Netters Open
Against MSC
Tomorrow
Michigan's inexperienced tennis
squad will inaugurate its 1945 season
when it tangles with the netman
from Michigan State tomorrow on
the courts of Ferry Field.
With Dave Post and Ray Boucher
unable to compete this year, Coach
LeRoy .Weir has only two lettermen
starting against the Spartans, al-
though there is still a possibility that
Post might enter competition.
Hersh, Mikulich Tops
Playing at the number one and two
* positions in the singles lineup will be
veterans Jack Hersh and Bill Miku-
lich. Hersh won his letter competing
for the racqueteers last season while
Mikulich won his freshman numerals
back in 1942.
Weir will start his other letterman,
Fred Wellington, 1943 varsity mem-
ber in the number three slot and in
the four and five spots will be Dean
McClusky and Jim Evans. Both men
are new to the squad, but McClusky
distinguished himself by winning the
all-campus tournament several weeks
ago.
Three racquet men, Harold Cook,
Paul Schoenlaub, and Mickey Dayton,
are vying for sixth place in the sing-
les matches.
Weir Experiments
After considerable experimenting,
Coach Weir has finally decided to use
Wellington and Hersh in the number
one doubles match, while Evans and
Mikulich will handle the number
two assignment. McClusky will be
number one man on the number
three team with either Schoentaub
or Dayton as his partner.
There has been a slight change in
the team's schedule for this week-
end. The Weirmen will meet Pur-
due's Boilermakers Saturday morn-
ing instead of Friday afternoon as
was originally scheduled. The reg-
ular match with Indiana at Bloom-
ington will be held as usual so that
the racquet squad will have two Big
Ten matches this Saturday with the
two conference teams from Indiana.;

Weisen burger, Robinson
To Be Among Starters
Recovery of Nussbaumer Strengthens Squad;
Joe Skrocki Pitches for Undefeated Spartans

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By WALT KLEE
Two long winning streaks will be
at stake in today's baseball game
between Michigan and Michigan
State to be played on the Ferry
Field diamond beginning at 3:30 p.m.
The Spartans have a streak of 18
victories, including nine straight wins
over the best college teams in the
South and two impressive decisions
over Wisconsin last week-end. The
Wolverines have not been defeated
in 22 outings against college compe-
tition, 20 of them last season.
Coach Ray Fisher has not yet
decided on his starting pitcher but
has named both Earl Block and
Bliss Bowman as the two hurlers
from which he will choose the
starter. Both of the B-men have
looked impressive in their initial
mound appearances against Wayne.
John Kobs, Spartan mentor, has
announced that his ace right-hander,
Joe Skrocki, will be on the mound
at game time with Keith Steffee be-
ing available for possible bull pen
duty.
Michigan will be at full strength
for the first time this season for
today's crucial game. Bob Nussbaum-
er will definitely start at the center-
field post and Jack Weisenburger
will be available in center.
Don Robinson also will make his
fir appearance this season at short.
Trainer Ray Roberts and the Wol-
verine coach loked over the three
injured players at yesterday's prac-
tice session and announced that
Nussbaumer, Weisenburger and Rob-
inson will definitely start.
The Spartans will present the
same formidable aray of batting
stars that made 15 hits in each of
the games against the Badgers in
winning easily by the top heavy
scores of 11-3 and 12-2.
Bob Ludwig will play centerfield
and bat in the leadoff slot. George

Rutenbar will follow Ludwig in the
batting order and play defensive
left field followed by the sensation-
al shortstop Marty Hansen. Batting
cleanup and playing first base will be
the leading batter on the nine game
Southern tour, Jack Breslin. Floyd
Guest will man the third outfield
position and bat fifth, while two men
are still in the running for the second
base slot, Nick Gregory and Bob
Groves. Harry Hughes will man the
hot corner and Bob Hudenko will be
behind the plate.
The Wolverine lineup is Weisen-
burger batting in the cleanup posi-
tion following Robinson. Walt Kell
will leadoff and play third, followed
by Bob Nussbaumer in center or left.
Robinson will bat third and play
short. Weisenburger will bat fourth
and play in the outfield. Rosema will
bat fifth and play first.
Bob Chappuis, leading the team
with five hits in two games, will bat
sixth and play right field. Dom Tom-
asi will be at second with Elmer
Swanson playing behind the plate
and either Block or Bowman pitch-
ing.
Red Sox Defeat
Washington 5-4
BOSTON, April 22-(IP)-A home
run by substitute shortstop Eddie
Pellagrini in his first time at bat
in the' major leagues in the seventh
inning broke a 4-4 tie and gave the
Boston Red Sox a 5-4 victory today
over the Washington Senators. Other
homers by Bobby Doerr with one on
and by Rudy York accounted for
three other Boston runs.
Washington 001 300 000 -4 8 0
Boston 000 211 10X-5 8 1

Golfing Team
Shows Balance
In First Win
Dave Barclay, Elliot
Display Consistency
It was a well balanced squad of
linksmen who opened the 1946 Wol-
verine golf season last Saturday and
brought home a 24-3 triumph over
Michigan State College for the Boss-
man Bill Barclay.
Some of the golfers displayed mid-
season form and spectators who wit-
nessed the match will be a long time
in forgetting the spectacular come-
back which Dave Barclay staged af-
:er putting himself on the losing end
of his duel with Jim Funston.
Barclay Wins
On the second hole Dave plunked
the ball into a near-by sandtrap,
costing him four precious strokes,
an unusual occurance in the Barclay
game. At the end of the first medley
the No. 1 linksman found himself on
the tall end of a 38-42 count against
Funston whose steady playing was
causing no little concern to Michi-
gan rooters. But after setting a bril-
liant pace throughout the second
medley, Barclay started the 18th hole
one stroke behind Funston and eased
in a timely birdie to win the medley
34-38 and take the match 2-1.
Pete Elliott's consistent driving
accuracy was a dominant factor in
his victory over George Teale when
he clubbed a neat 75 game to top the
day's efforts. Ed Schalon and Roger
Kessler also swatted in the 70's to
balance Doug Noble's defeat at the
hands of Dale Ottmar.

NATIONAL LEAGUE

St. Louis ........
Brooklyn
Chicago ........
New York......
Boston.........
Pittsburgh......
Cincinnati.......

W L Pet.
5 1 .833
5 1 .833
3 2 .600
3 3 .500
3 3 .500
2 4 .333
2 5 .286
1 5 .167

1%
2
2
3
34
4

GB

W L
Boston........... 6 1
Detroit ...... 5 1
New York .. . .....5 2
Cleveland ........ 2 2
St. Louis .........3 3
Philadelphia ...... 2 5
Chicago........... 1 5
Washington....... 1 6

Pct.
.857
.833
.714
.500
.504
.286
.167
.143

Major League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE

GB
1
2%
252
5

Ex-Infi eld ers
Sege Squad Drill
This week has been an "old home
week" for two ex-Michigan second
basemen with the return of Howie
Wikel and Bob Stenberg to Ann Ar-
bor.
Wikel, who played both second and
short on past teams, has just been dis-
charged from the Army. He had been
stationed in the Philippines
Stenberg, who played on the foot-
ball and hockey teams as well as
baseball, visited practice yesterday
still in the uniform of the United
States Marine Corps. Don Boor, ex-
first baseman also watched prac-
tice.
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Monday's Results
Brooklyn 5, Boston 4
St. Louis 4, Cincinnati 1
New York 7, Philadelphia 6
Only games scheduled
TUESDAY'S GAMES
Boston at Brooklyn
New York at Philadelphia
Chicago at Pittsburgh
St. Louis at Cincinnati

Monday's Results
Detroit 4, Chicago 0
New York 2, Philadelphia 1
Boston 5, Washington 4
Only games scheduled.
TUESDAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Chicago
Cleveland at St. Louis
Philadelphia at New York
Washington at Boston

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laseball Scores
Chi Phi 7, ATO 5
Beta Theta Pi 13, Chi Psi 11
Delta Tau Delta 11, Alpha Delta
Phi 6
Theta Chi 15, Psi Upsilon 7
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ion, at 7:30. The topic for discussion
will be "Shall we use helicopters or
small planes for short-haul passenger
service?" The winner of the recogni-
tion contest will be announced. Finals
for the Hall of Fame Speeches, and
the Impromptu speeches will be held.
The Polonia Club will meet tonight
at 7:30 in the International Center.
Polish games will be played, follow-
ing the business meeting.
The Business Staff of Insight will
meet in Lane Hall today at 5:00.
The Christian Science Organiz-
ation will hold its regular Tuesday
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evening meeting tonight at 8:15 in
the Chapel of the Michigan League.
Coming Events;
The University of Michigan branch
of the A.I.E.E. will meet April 24 at
7:30 at the Michigan Union. Mr.
Floyd Schultz of the Detroit Division
of Detrola Corp. will deliver a talk
on "Recent Developments in Radio."
The speaker has planned his talk so
that it will be of special interest to
veterans who have been connected
with radio during the war.
Plans for the field trips will be
completed, and tickets will be sold
at the end of the meeting. A date for
the annual picnic will be decided up-
on. Tom Hendrickson will report on
the progress made by the by-laws
committee.
Botanical Journal Club will meet
Wednesday, April 24, at 4:00 p.m., in
Room N.S. 1139. Reports by: Claire
Michelson, "Two Famous Michigan
Botanists". Marvin C. Rogers, "The
Effects of Certain Sugars and Amino
Acids upon the Respiration of Al-

lomyces," ' and "An Experimental
Study of Alternation of Generations
in Allomyces". Bernard Ellison, "The
Genus Pythium."
Chairman, F. K. Sparrow. Anyone
interested is cordially invited to at-
tend.
Veterans enrolled in the University
of Michigan as well as other veterans
are most cordially invited to attend
the meeting being held Thursday
afternoon, April 25, at 2:00 in the
Amphitheatre of the Rackham Build-
ing, at which time compulsory mili-
tary service in peacetime will be the
topic under consideration. After the
able presentation of each side of the
question, the meeting will be thrown
open for a free-for-all discussion.
Veterans as well as others are in-
vited to participate in the discussion.
Alpha Phi Omega will hold a bus-
iness meeting Wed., April 24 at 7:30
at the Union. Important business will
be discussed so every member and
pledge should attend.
Sigma Nu Fraternity will meet
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., at the Un-
ion. All members, regardless of chap-
ter affiliation, are invited

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