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SATU RDAY, MAY 4, 194qj

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Nine Plays Doubleheader with illini T oday

Rain Prevents
First Contest
At Champaign
Block, Bowman Slated
As Wolverine Hurlers
(Special to The Daily)
CHAMPAIGN, May 3-Rain today
caused the postponement of the
scheduled baseball game between the
Wolverines and Illinois at Cham-
paign, but it was immediately decided
to couple the lost game with tomor-
row's tilt and stage a doubleheader
in the afternoon.
Thus baseball fans will still have an
opportunity to get two looks at the
Michigan team against its first tough
Conference compeition.
Earl Block and Bo Bowman will be
on the mound for the Maize and
Blue, facing Al Scharf and Marv
Rothblatt of the Illini. The rest of the
Michigan line-up remains the some,
,with Rosema, Tomasi, Robinson, and
Kell in the infield, Weisenberger,
Nussbaumer, and Chappis the outer
gardeners, and Swanson hehind the
plate.
FAVORED:
Track Team in
Dual Clash at
Purdue Today
By JACK MARTIN
Heavily favored to take top honors,
twenty-five Michigan thinec lads
launch their outdoor dual meet cam-
paign this afternoon against Purdue
at Lafayette, Indiana.
Regardless of the final outcome,
however, several of the races and
field events promise some extremly
keen competition. In addition, Coach
Ken Doherty has taken this early
season opportunity to experiment a
little, switching some of the men to
different events.
Close Fight in Discus
There will be sharp struggles for
first place in both the shot put and
discus. Bill Bangert, Purdue's singing
weight man, will clash with the Wol-
verine's noted freshman ace, Chuck
Fonville, in the shot, while Big George
Ostroot will attempt to out-throw
the same Boilermaker in the discus.
Bangert defeated both Fonville and
Ostroot indoors in the Purdue Relays
shot put, but only last week was upset
in the Drake Relays and had to be
satisfied with third. He came back
next day, however, to capture the
discus title. At the same-time, Ostroot
was copping a second in the Penn
Relays which indicates how close the
fight will be this afternoon.
Harris in High Juenp
Michigan's Bob Harris and Dick
Kilpatrick of Purdue are expected to
batle it out for high jump honors
Kilpatrick won the championship in
the recent Indoor Conference meet,
while Harris grabbed second just a
shade below him.
Two of Michigan's top performers
have been shifted from their usual
events. Val Johnson, one of Doherty's
leading sprinters, is scheduled for the
quarter-mile in contrast to his custo-
mary appearance in the 100 and 220-
yard dashes.
Taking Johnson's place in the
sprints will be Horace Coleman, who
until today's meet competed in the
quarter.
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'owirtrwhiTops Field with 77
Wildcats To Play Here Today
Bad WeauherIHanicas '. Six Letermen SetaF e,
Playvers in Titan Touirney tOi forthiwesterit Squad
By lAOB MODIC The Wolverines are in for a real
Michigan's golf team, warming up battle today when they face North-
for today's all important match with western, according to the Detroit Ti-
tans, who lost to the Wildcats, 2312-
Northwestern, rolled up a 25%-142 3,., earlier in the season.
win over Detroit University yesterday Northwestern Coach Sid Richard-
afternoon on the University golf son has six lettermen on the squad
course. in his first year at the helm and has
A strong, biting wind blowing built a strong, well-balanced team.
Bob Abrahams, Jack Bassett, Dick
throughout the match shot scores Krapfel, Pete Pankow, Jim Stotter,
into the 80's. Tcp man for the after- and Manuel de la Torre are all for-
noon was Wolverine Bill Courtright, mer letter-winners. Despite this
playing in the number five spot, who wealth of experienced material,
came through with a 77 in his first freshmen Dick Stiverson and Chuck
match of the season. Lindgren have shown enough ability
Michigan's number one and two to play regularly on the Wildcat
men, Dave Barclay and Pete Elliott, squad.
particularly were off their usual game "You could put a blanket over their
yesterday. Barclay, shooting a 37 first five men, they are that close,"
cn the first nine hole., took a 45 on commented one of the Titans. Several
the back nine to finish with an 82. expressed the opinion that today's
The usually brilliant Elliott had high match would produce a nip and, tuck
score for the Wolverines with an 87. battle between Northwestern's top
Despite their troubles, Barclay and man, De La Torre, and Barclay of
Elliott managed to shut out their Michigan.
opponents, Sal Pomante and Harold Coach Bill Barclay plans to use the
Cock, in the best ball doubles, 3-0. same combination in today's match
Barclay was down to two holes on the but will insert Ed Schalon in either
back nine in his singles competition the singles or doubles play in place of
and dropped one point to Pomante Courtright or DeVries.
who had an 85 for the afternoon.
'ie only other score the Titans
registered was a half-point their 1i + ees ani
Bob DeVine earned by tying Bill Ram-
sey on the last nine holes. Ramsey f1
shot""79,eincludingaas37 on tte ir t IogdIs I' th
Rog Kessler, teaming up with *aI At Loss
Ramsey, shot an 83 which was
enough to blank his opponent, 3-0, NEW YORK, May 3-UP)-The Nev
in the singles competition. Gerritt York Yankees handed the eVorl
DeVries, playing in the number six Champion Detroit Tigers their fifth
slt, was second for the afternoonatdaA
with a 78. Thus, the two lowestGtagtetcdatbilay hnttwo-h
ranked men on the Wolverine team shttptohesuabduelattheBo-it
came through with the best scores. I shutout to subdue the Bronxites
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DOM TOMASI, BOB CHAPPUIS, BOB NUSSBAUMER, AND JACK WEISENBERGER-four heavy hitters who are exjweted to carry a
great mart of the slugging duties in today's double-header against Illinois at Champaign. Tomasi is at second, while the other three make
up Coach Ray Fisher's starting outfield.

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Seventeen Horses To Compete
In 72nd Annual Racing Classic

Akies Pick Boswell

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Major League
Standings
NAT IONAL L .~ EAGJE

OUT FOR VICTORY:
Weirmen Face Illinois in Bd
For Third Conference Victory

Record 100,000 Expected To Pack Track;
Maine Chance Stables Enters Three in Event

LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 3--(/P)--
The largest field in nine years-17
three-year-olds--will battle it out in
tomorrow's tremendous 72nd Ken-
tucky Derby, with Lord Boswell as
the horse to beat and a throng of
100,000 expected to watch the 16
others try to do it in the mud.
Back on a peace-time basis after
struggling through four years of war
to .keep alive its unbroken run of
nearly three quarters of a century,
the run for the roses spearheads
sports post-war caviar and cham-
pagne era, this time, playing host to
a huge horde of fans from all corners
of the nation, who had money flowing
around Derby-Town like mint juleps.
Maine Chance Enters Three
As the Derby-eve Julip Jamboree
went on like Niagara through the
town tonight, the byword was "As
Maine goes, so goes the derby-Maine
Chance, that is."
For Mrs. Elizabeth Graham, the
lipstick and face powder princess, had
three horses from her Maine Chance
Farm in the field of 17-the first
three-horse entry in a decade and
the solid choice to pick up the $96,-
400 winner's paycheck from this
richest of all derbies.
Derby Wide Open
Yet, despite the presence of this
"three-aces-back-to-back" in Lord
Boswell, Knockdown and Perfect
Bahram, there was no Whirlaway or
Twenty Grand this time. And on
paper it looked to be the widest open
Derby Col. Matt Winn has put on in
years.
This was especially so because after
five straight days of rain and more

crying skies forecast for tomorrow.
forenoon, it was virtually certain to
come up mud 'or worse for post time
at 5:15 p.m. (CDT) when the band
sends "My Old Kentucky Home"
whispering over the ancient Downs.
And it has long been part of Der-
by tradition that anything can hap-
pen when the chocolate pudding is on
the strip here, particularly in that
long quarter-mile stretch that is
known as the heart-break highway
of this mile and a quarter meander.
Following is the field for the run-
ning of the Kentucky Derby tomor-
row, showing post positions, horses,
jockeys, and probable odds. (All
horses carry 126 pounds.)
PP HORSE JOCKEY ODDS
1 Kendor W. L. Johnson 40-1
2 Assault W. Mehrtens 8-1
3 Lord Boswell E. Arcaro 2-1
4 Alworth O. Scurlock 40-1
5 Perfect Bahranm T. Atkinson 2-1
6 Spy Song J. Longden 7-21
7 Alamond A. Kirkland 35-1
8 Pellicle G. Hettinger 10-1
9 Wee Admiral R. Watson 30-1
10 With Pleasure C. Wahler 15-1
14 Knock Down R. Permane 2-1
12 Dark Jungle A. Loturco 30-1
13 Bob Murphy A. Bodiou 40-1
14 Rippey F. Zufelt 7-2
15 Marine Victory D. Padgett 20-1
16 Jobar No Boy 40-1
17 Hampden J. D. Jessop 6-1
foulIs, CtoIlm ,Sign
For Bout' n June
NEW YORK, May 3- (A) - Joe
Louis and Billy Conn, the two ring
gladiators, signed papers today and
posted bonds of $5,000 apiece guar-
anteeing their presence at Yankee
Stadium the night of June 19.
The heavyweight champ and his
handsome challenger joshed good-
naturedly while they were being put
through the customary hoop-te-doo
at the offices of the State Athletic
Commission.
At one point in the exchange -
while the pair, stripped to the waist;
wore being weighed by commission
chairman Eddie Eagan - Louis, amid
laughter, told his rival, "You got
hairs on your chest."
Their weight today, with pants and
shoes, Eagan found, was: Louis 224%,
Conn 195%.
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Pittsburgh 3, Boston 2
Chicago 1, New York 0
Philadelphia 1, Cincinnati 0
Brooklyn at St. Louis, rain
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Pittsburgh
Philadelphia at Cincinnati
New York at Chicago
Brooklyn at St. Louis
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

By CHUCK LEWIS
Vying for their third straight Big
Ten Conference victory and their
fourth win in five starts, Michigan's
varsity tennis squad will tangle with
the highly-touted, undefeated Illi-
nois netmen at 2 p.m. today at Ferry
Field.
The netmen's only loss of the sea-
son was suffered at the hands of
Wayne's powerful Tartars last Tues-
day in the closest match of the sea-
son, 5-4, after winning last week-end
from Purdue and Indiana.
Illini Powerful
The Illini will present the toughest
competition that the netters have
met to date, and this afternoon's
match will show the spectators the
best talent that any home tilt will
produce this year.
Coach LeRoy Weir will alter his
lineup slightly to meet the onslaught
of the netmen from Champaign. Jim
Evans, who didn't compete in singles
in the Wayne matches but previous to
that was undefeated in competition
at the number five position, will play
at number four today. Dean McClus-
ky will tangle in the number five
position and will face Fred Steers.
Ray Von Spreckelson will tangle at
the number four slot for Illinois.
IHersh Faces Migdow
The rest of the singles lineup re-
mains intact with the same men com-
peting. Jack Hersh will be at his
accustomed number one position and
will play Benny Migdow, Illinois'
brilliant freshman southpaw.
In the number two bracket, Michi-
gan's Bill Mikulich and Roger Downs
will compete. Downs was Big Ten

singles champion when he played for
Northwestern in 1943. Fred Welling-
ton, undefeated in singles play this
season, will again perform in the
number three position, and his oppo-
nent will be Jim Gates for the Illini.
Hal Cook will be Michigan's con-
testant at number six against Mel
Randoll.
Doubles Lineup Switched
For, the first time this season
Coach Weir will change his doubles
lineup for the Illinois match. Playing
one will be Hersh and Evans. Evans
formerly competed with the number
two duo, but distinguished himself in
the Wayne match and has ben pro-
moted to the number one combina-
tion. They will face Migdow and
Gates for Illinois.

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