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WED1 9DAY, AflITL 24, 1946

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Expect Stiff Competition
In Coming Penn Relays
NYU, Manhatthn, and Illinois To Furnish
High Hurdles for Wolverine Track Squad

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Michigan's varsity track team will
encounter tough pre-war competi-
tion when it travels to Philadelphia
this weekend for the running of the
52nd annual Penn Relays Track Car-
nival on April 26 and 27.
There has been general improve-
ment in the quality of competition in
all sports this year, and outdoor track
promises to be no exception. More
than 3,000 athletes from 500 schools
scattered all over the nation will bat-
tle for the first place gold watches,
emblematic of a Relay Champion-
ship of America.
Main competition is expected to
stem from the teams of NYU, and
Manhattan, in the East, and Michi-
gan, and Illinois in the West.
Twins Bolster N. Y. Squad
The New York U. squad will be
built around the Callendar twins,
crack middle distance runners. Stan-
ton is the IC4A 1000-yard champion,
and Maurice, his twin brother, was
runnerup for the 600 title. Just re-
turned from the South Pacific is
Frank Dixon, who, as a freshman
miler, covered the distance in 4:09.6,
to establish himself as an outstand-
ing prospect in the country in this
event. Frank Martin, the NCAA two
mile champion, is also a member of
this team.
Manhattan has a strong team,
headed by Fred Sickinger, the out-
standing middle-distance runner of
the indoor campaign, and Ed Walsh,
whose time of 4:11.5 in the mile was
the best of the indoor season, sur-
passing the marks of the famed Les
MacMitchell for the year.
Illinois, the indoor Western Con-

ference champs, has a team which is
familiar to all track fans in this sec-
tion. Herb McKenley, 440 indoor rec-
ord holder, Marc Gonzales, Bob Reh-
berg, and a new addition, George
Walker, NCAA high and low hurdles
champion, make up the mile relay
which is the pre-meet favorite to cop
this event. Bill Mathis, Conference
60-yard dash champ, is running in
the sprint events, and Bill Richards,
who vaulted 13 feet 8 inches in the
Chicago Relays, is in the pole vault,
while Dwight Eddleman will try to
crack his best previous leap of 6'7" in
the high jumps. Part of the Illinois
team will go to the Drake Relays in
Des Moines this weekend, but the
much stronger aggregation will be in
Philadelphia.
Wolverines Undecided on Entries
Michigan's entries are as yet unde-
cided, but the mile relay is fairly well
set set with 1jugh Short, world's 600-
yard record holder, Hap Coleman,
Bill Haidler, and Val Johnson. These
four have an excellent chance to
come away with first prize, as they
have shown a marked improvement
every week. Bob Thomason, Chuck
Low, and Herb Barten, Conference
880 champion, are also possible en-
tries in the two mile relay and sprint
medley. Chuck Fonville and George
Ostroot, second and third respectively
in the Conference shotput, may com-
pete in this event and the discus, and
Bob Harris runnerup in the Con-
ference highjump is a candidate for
his specialty. Dean Voeglten and Ed
Johnson are possibilities for the two
mile and distance relays.

T ennisme Vie
With Spartans
At Home Today
Action for Initial Tilt
Slated To Start at 3::30(
Michigan's 1946 varsity tennis team
will ring up the curtain on its 13-
game schedule this afternoon when
they face an experienced Spartan
squad at 3:00 p.m. on the Ferry Field
courts.
Though lacking veteran material,
the Wolverine aggregation will have
plenty of stiff competition to offer
the boys from East Lansing.
Leading off for the Wolverines in
the number one singles position will
be Jack Hersh, a letterman from last
season's Conference championship
team. Bill Mikulich, who earned his
1942, is scheduled to appear in the
freshman numerals here way back in
1942, is scheduled to appear in the
number two slot.
Another returning letterman, Fred
Wellington, is holding down the third
singles position, while Dean McClus-
ky, recent victor in the all-campus
tennis tourney and a newcomer to
the varsity tennis scene, will make
his debut at the number four spot.
Jim Evans, another newcomer, is
scheduled to appear as the number
five man. Coach Leroy Weir announc-
ed yesterday that Harold Cook, a
freshman, will conclude the singles
roster for today's match.
In the doubles department, Wel-
lington and Hersh will combine to
form the number one duet. Evans
and Mikulich are slated to face
Michigan State's number two doubles
offering while Dean McClusky will
join forces with Paul Schoenlaub
to complete the number three com-
bination.
Roger Cessna and Herb Hoover, two
returning lettermen, will appear for
the Spartans in the number one and
two singles positions. Bob Malaga,
former Ohio high school tennis
champ, is expected to play in the
number three slot. The MSC net men-
tor, Coach Charles Ball, has not yet,
announced the remaining positions
in the lineup.

LIhtsmena Fice
Tatiars Today
In Home Match
Barckay's Men Aim
For Second Victory
It will be an all-freshmen Michigan
team which tees off against Wayne
University at 2:00 p.m. this after-
noon on the University golf course as#
the Wolverine golfers go after their
second win of the season.
Coach Bill Barclay has nominated
Gerritt DeVries and John Bennett,
both first year men, as members of
the six-man team which will oppose
Wayne today. The freshmen will re-
place Bill Ramsey and Dune Noble,
who played in Saturday's victorious
match against Michigan State. The
other members of Saturday's team,
Dave Barclay, Pete Elliott, Ed Schal-
on, and Rog Kessler will play again
this afternoon and will be ranked in
that order. All are freshmen except
Elliott, who is in his first year of col-
legiate athletics although academi-
cally he is not a freshman.
DeVries and Bennett were pro-
moted to the starting six because of
the impressive showing -they have
made in recent practice rounds. Ben-
nett played a practice 18 holes with
one of the State men Saturday and
shot a 76. Best score in the tourna-
ment was Elliott's 75. Another golfer
who is fast rounding into shape is
veteran Bill Courtright. He shot a 77
in a practice round yesterday and has
now moved to a position among the
top ten golfers on the squad.
Wayne has just completed a south-
ern swing and though they didn't
fare too well against the Dixie
schools, they will have the edge on
the Wolverines in the amount of
practice. One of the standouts on the
Wayne team is Larry O'Palka, for-
mer Detroit Public Links champ, who
shot a 77 in one of the southern
matches.
The matches t his afternoon will
be run ofi the same as last Saturday's
with the singles and doubles matches
being' played simultaneously. A good-
sized crowd followed the teams
'Around in Satu rday's'play and all golf
fans are again vited to watch the
matches today.

Maize and Blue Defeats MSC
To Make 23 Straight Victories
Earl Block Pitches Steady Ball To Gain His
Second Win; Swanson Hits Homer in Fourth

(Continued from Page 1)
walked on four straight pitches. Cap-
tain Budd Hudenko hitting for Robin
Roberts hit a single to deep right.
Chappuis played the ball on one
bounce and fired it into the plate.
Gregory who had tripped rounding
third went back to the base and tried
to come in when Swanson threw to
second. Tomasi returned the ball to
Swanson who made the putout by
three yards. Bob Ludwig ended the
threat by flying to deep right.
Michigan drew first blood in the
third when Nussbaumer's double was
followed by Houser's single after two
were out. Coach Ray Fisher's charges
added two more in the fourth on
Swanson's round trip hit which rolled
almost 500 feet from the plate before
being retrieved.
BOX SCORE

Groves, 2b...........3
*Gregory............1
Hughes, 3b..........3
Mineweaser.......0
Walsh, c .. . 3
***Gornari.......0
Skrocki, p........
*"'*Pepler. .... .0
Roberts, p..........0
*****Hudenko......1
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d H1 Had Hurts
Perfect Game
BROOKLYN, April 23-(/)--Ed
Head, an ex-GI from Louisiana who
hadn't pitched a big league ball game
-ince July of 1944. today tossed the
first no-hit, no-run effort of the
Uajor League season as Brooklyn
copped its sixth straight victory, 5-0,
over Boston.
There was suspense aplenty as
lead came down the stretch. In the
seventh, centerfielder Cal Furillo
went way back to the exit gate in
deep right center to drag down Tom-
my Holmes' long drive. In the ninth
after pinchhitter Charley Workman
had walked, Head struck out Connie
Ryan and a bullet-like peg by catcher
Ferrell Anderson nailed Workman
ofT first base for an important double
play. Head then made Johnny Hopp
ground out to second base to complete
his bid for fame.
Three men walked and one reached
base on an error
i'eis Defeated, f31
CHICAGO, April 23 - (A') - Bill
Dietrich, bespectacled White Sox vet-
eran, today gave the Detroit Tigers
five safe hits and fashioned a 3-1 vic-
tory for Chicago over the World
Champions and Tiger pitcher Al Ben-
ton.

*batted for Groves in ninth
**batted for Hughes in ninth
**batted for Walsh in ninth
****batted for Skrocki in sixth
* batted for Roberts in ninth

MICHIGAN
Kell, 3b.
Nuvsbaumer, rf
Houser, If..........
Rotema, lb........
Chappuis, rf ........
Tomasi, 2b... . ..... .
Brown, ss .......... .
Block ..............

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MICHIGAN STATE AB
Ludwig, cf ...........4
Rutenbar, if .........3
Hansen, ss ...........2
Breslin, Ib ...........4
Guest, rf .......... 4

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those students, freshmen and upper-
classmen, whose standing at midse-
inester is "D" or "E", not merely those
who receive "D" or "E" in so-called
midsemester examinations.
Students electing our courses, but
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Additional cards may be had at
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Ball.
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Seniors: College of L.S.&A., and
Schools of Education, Music, and
Public Health: Tentative lists of
seniors for June graduation have
been posted on the bulletin board in
Room 4 University Hall. If your
name is misspelled or the degree ex-
pected is incorrect, please notify the
County Clerk.
Graduating Seniors in Aeronmtutic-
cal, Civil, Electrical and iMechanical
Engineering: A representativ of the
McDonnell Aircraft Companv, St.
Louis, Missouri, will interview seniors
graduating in June and at the end of
the Summer Session for positions :n
design and development. In erviews
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gineering Bldg. all day Thursday -aad
until noon on Friday (Apri 25 and
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Any prospective candidate whose
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1946 Michiganensian: The Ensian
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those who failed to order their sub-
scription by the April 15th deadline
may get theirs this week at the Stu-
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this office for:
Junior typist. Salary. $1752-$1980.
Intermediate typist. Salary, $2169-
$2321.
Junior stenographer. Salary, $2245-
$2397,
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Junior purchasing agent. Salary,
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Closing date is April 24.
Supervisor of Hospital Nurse Edu-
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Medical Social Case Worker.
Closing late is May 7.
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day. Filing date, April 25.
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