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Nine Trounces Chicago 194;1
Netters Trim Purdue, Indiana
Houser, Swanson Net Squad Wins All
Pace 'M' Assault But Two Matches
By TOM DICKINSON (special to The Daily)
Ray Fisher's defending Big Ten LAFAYETTE, Ind., April 27-Mich-
baseball champs defeated the Uni- igan's varsity tennis team chalked up
versity of Chicago yesterday after- its first two Conference victories here
noon by a score of 19 to 1 to sweep today by overwhelming Indiana 9-0
the two-game series and stretch their in the morning match, and Purdue
winning streak to 25 games. 7-2, in the afternoon clash.
Cliff Wise was the winning pitcher ,The perennially weak Hoosiers had
as he limited the visitors to four hits little to offer in either the singles or
in the five innings he worked, and doubles competition, and not one
whiffing eight batters. Curtis Smith of the nine matches was forced to go
of Chicago was the victim of the vi- beyond two sets.
cious Wolverine attack that included Jack Hersh and Bill Mikulich led
three homers, two by Ralph Hauser off for the Wolverines in the number
end one by Elmer Swanson. one and two positions and encoun-
and ne y Emer wanon.tered little difficulty in swamping
Game Marred by Chicago Errors their Indiana opponents, Manis and
The game was again marred by fre- Bofart, by the wide margin of 6-2,
quent mis-plays by the Maroon nine 6-0, and 6-1, 6-1.
which accounted for a number of the Wellington Wins
Michigan markers and allowed the In the' number three spot, Fred
Wolverines to score in every stanza Wellington defeated Joyce of Indi-
except the seventh. ana, while Dean McClusky, holding
The Maize and Blue shoved across down the number four assignment,
its initial tally in the first inning won easily from Harper, 6-0, 6-2.
when Jack Weisenburger's fly to cen- Jack Evans, playing number five sin-
ter field was muffed allowing Don gles, won the closest match of the
Robinson to score from second. The morning from Hunter, 6-4, 7-5. Har-
second inning saw five runs pour old Cook concluded the morning with
across the plate on Houser's first a 6-1, 6-4 victory over Williamson of
roundtripper, Swanson's double, and Indiana.
Bob Nussbaumer's single after Wise The doubles competition was un-
and Walt Xell had drawn passes. eventful and saw the Hoosiers win
Houser Hits Again but eight games in all three matches.
Houser opened the third with his Hersh and Wellington again handled
second homer rolling deep into left the number one assignment, while
field. During this and the next in- Mikulich and Evans formed the num-
fing, five more runs had scored on ber two team. McClusky and Schoen-
hits byvWise, Robinson, Swanson's laub comprised the number three duo.
homer, an error, and two walks. Whip Purdue, Too
Chicgo osein heirhal ofthe After a lunchtime rest, the re-
Chicago rose in their half of the freshed Wolverines strolled on to the
fifth to score their lone run on Melas' courts again to face an eager Pur-
single, a sacrifice by Stan Warsaw due squad and lost little time in
and Stan Levine's single to center, blasting their way to a sparkling 7-2
The Wolverines however, came back victory.
in their half of the inning to score Coach Leroy Weir used the same
two more runs to make the score at lineup as appeared in the morning
the end of the fifth, Michigan 13, meet with Indiana. Michigan's first
Chicago 1. four singles men met little oppo-
The sixth produced five more runs sition and defeated their Boilermaker
to swell the Wolverine total to 18, on adversaries in a rapid succession of
hits by Kell and Bob Chappuis, five two-set triumphs.
errors, and a base on balls. In the Evans Loses Singles Set
eighth inning, the 19th and final Evans, the Wolverines' number five
run was scored by Weisenburger as man, dropped his first set 0-6 to
he singled through the pitcher's box Purdue's Al Matisse but made an
and scored on a ground ball. impressive comeback to win the re-
Fisher Use Seconds maining two sets and the match, 0-6,
From the fifth inning on Coach 6-4, 6-0. Hal Morgan, Purdue's an-
Fisher inserted his reserves who com- chor singles man, was forced to go
pleted the game routine. Dick Body- three sets in defeating Cook of Michi-
combe and Dick Savage pitched the gan, who won the second set 6-4 be-
last four innings for Michigan and fore bowing out 4-6 in the third.
between them allowed a single hit . The surprise of the afternoon oc-
and struck out three. curred in the number one doubles
Next Big Ten opposition will come where Purdue's lead-off man, Dave
from the University of Illinois at Rogers, combined with the number
Chapain tis ridy ad Sturay.seven man, George Alexander, to de-
Champaign this Friday and Saturday. feat Michigan's top combination of
Yesterday's line score: Hersh and Wellington. The Wolver-
Chicago ... .000 010 000 - 1 5 10 ine duet won the first set 6-1, but
Michigan 154 125 01X-19 15 1 dropped the next two 3-6, 4-6.
Smith and Duncan; Wise, Body- Other Doubles Win
combe, Savage and Swanson, Capo- Mikulich and Evans defeated the
feri, Raymond. Boilermakers' number two team 6-2
6-4, while McClusky and Schoenlaub
T concluded the meet with a 6-1, 7-5
Today s P tchers win over their Purdue opponents.


Pete Elliott Stars as Linksmen C.
Scare CkrdBefosBoWin
iScare Buwks Before Bowinl4

In preparation for the gala all-cam-
pus gymnastic meet to be held May 1
men and women from the various
physical education classes have been
working out for the past three weeks'
in Waterman Gymnasium under the1
guidance of Coach Newton Lokan.
The tournament will feature
competition on the high bars, par-
allel bars, flying rings, trampoline, .
and other tumbling around gym-1
nasts and ribbons will go to win-
ners of the various events. Earl
Riskey, director of intramural ath-
letics, will act as one of the judges
while Coach Lokan will direct ac-
tivities from the floor. Lokan will
also demonstrate some of the stunts-
in the evenings competition.
Men who will be competing for best
all-around awards include Bob
Schoendube, Dave LeClair, Bob Wil-
loughby, Don Lake, and W. J. Wil-
liams. Schoendube, LeClair, and Wil-
loughby all participated in the in-
tramural open house exhibit which1
was staged last March in the Sports
Included among the entrants are
11 girls from the women's physical
education classes who are entered
in the trampoline competition,
Heading this group are Louise1
Markhus, Helen Masson, Tiny Vid-
ano and Elaine Kutschinski. The
girls have shown amazing ability on
the bounding mat and their per-
formance will be a colorful feature
of the meet.
Controversy over the results of the
recent residence hall intramural track
meet was concluded last week when it
was announced that Greene House
had emerged as victors of the events
and Wenley House, previously hailed
as winner, was dropped to third place.
Allen Rumsey was elevated to the
runner-up spot in the revaluation of
points. Three thinclads who had
brought home honors for their teams
were revealed as members of the var-
sity track squad, which, under intra-
mural regulations makes them in-
eligible to compete. Another entrant
was declared ineligible when he com-
peted in the events while holding a
P.E.M. excuse. Lloyd House was ac-
credited fourth place.
* *
Delta Upsilon annexed 100 points
to their 1946 sports race score when
they won the fraternity water polo
championship last Wednesday in
the Sports Building pool defeating
Beta Theta Pi's tank squad 5-0.
In the final playoffs of the Willow
Village Basketball tournament staged
last Thursday at West Lodge dormi-
tory 3A in the Wildcat Loop defeated
dormitory 9A of the Cougar League
56-25 to win the Annex Arbor cham-
pion ship.
Dormitory 1A's Tigers were an-
nounced as runners-up in the race by
virtue of dormitory IB's Cougars for-
feiting the play-off tilt.

Four Matchesi Decided
COLUMBUS, 0., April 27--Micli-
gan's golfers lost to a heavily-favored
Ohio State squad 19"2-71 at Colum-
bus yesterday but not uni il they all;
but shook the Big Ten crown off of
last year's NCAA champs.
Playing in cold, windy weather
that sent scores soaring into the 80's,
the Wolverines moved into a 3-0 lead
in the morning's doubles play when
Pete Elliott teamed with Bill Ramsey
to take best ball honors from John
Krisco and Pete Sohl.
Barclay, Noble Come Close
Things looked even better for the
MSC Base ball
Tea inLoses One
KALAMAZOO, Mich., April 27-A-)
-Western Michigan College baseball
team hit Michigan State College pit-
chers all afternoon to win 9-1.
Michigan State escaped a shut-out
in the fourth inning when Bob Lud-
wig hit a long one into right field.
Joe Cooper, lost it in the sun, and
Ludwig went to third. He scored on
Floyd Guest's single,
Mich. State 000 100 000-1 6 3
Western 015 120 00x-9 16 3
Roberts, Skrocki, Steffee and Hud-
enko, Walsh; Rossi and Young.
Baseball Results
Indiana 7, Northwestern 4
Minnesota 10, Iowa 7 (14 innings)
Ohio State 8, Illinois 7
Wisconsin 16, 4, Purdue 5, 2 (two
Toledo 16, Wayne 12

---_ __-----L--- qnier IBlanks Cubsb
Maize and Blue when Dave Barclay Tx
and Dune Noble grabbed the lead in Sier, the guitar-trumming -tb-
their match with Howard Baker and dnr thc guitarr in. toua
clor from North Carolina ,.ht ott
John Zoller on the back nine but lost the Chicago Cubs. 4-0, today with a
it on the 18th hole to tie the score mixture of fast balls and explosive
at 3-all. curves and gave further promise of
Ed Echalon and Rog Kessler mean- beoming the St. Louis' Cardinals No.
while were staging a terrific battle 1 pitcher for 1946.
with Don BlanceLL and Alex Polli. Capt. Terry Moore, welcomed back
The foursome battled on terms even to his centerfield spot by 10.641 en-j
right down to the last hole before the thusiastic fans, pounded a double and;
Bucks slipped in a stroke ahead of Isingle to drive in two runs. Young
Schalon and Kessler. State led 6-3 Dick Sisler's double in the Cardinal!
with Baker taking morning medalist fifth provided Lanier with his first
honors with 73 and Barclay topping break over southpaw Bob Chipman.
the Wolverines with a 76. Sisler scored with the first Redbird
Elliott Posts 73 run when Len Merullo mised Deli
Elliott brought Michigan within Rice's grounder.
shouting distance in the afternoon
singles play by slamming home four - -- -
victories on the last nine to wind
up with a torrid 73 and the score
card read, State 6', Michigan 5 .
Wolverine hopes rose as Barclay3 t 7
pulled up to John Krisco coming inS U N D A Y
only to lose by one hole.
Ed Schalon made it 11-7 by firing HAL RAPLI RUIT
a 79 to split with Polli. Rog KesslerHA
then lost a heart-breaker by one hole
to Earl Mamilton that put the Match CHICKEN SUr
on ice fonte uceyes. BlRamsey * , e : :
and Noble both lost 3-0 to round out VARIETY OF CELERY,
the scoring.

UJegy Hulis Piri'aes
CINCINNATi April 27 .P The Cin-
cinmati Reds pulled into a tie for fifth
Place with Pitbur h .today as Joe
eggs p:itched the Redlegs to a 5-2
'n tOry ev:er the Pirates.
A crowd of 3,086 saw the Reds jump
into a one-run lead in the first inn-
ing and then pile up more markers
bevind the steady pitching of Beggs,
who registered his first victory of the
reason at Pittsburgh last Sunday.
Cincinnati bunched four hits in the
f wh to score three runs and added
another counter in the eighth on
Grady Hattonis walk, a single by Mike
McCormick and Eddie Miller's fly.
The Pirates went scoreless until
the seventh inning.

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