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p~W,~~THE 1 M IC .H1IGAN DAILYL

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Trackmien Invade South Bend Today
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i-M SPOUTFOLIO
By DICK BURTON

IVotre Dame Contest Will Netmen Oppose
'Test Michigan's Balance Chicago Today
Herb Barien, Bob Thomason Will Duel wi At Ferry Fiel

Celebrating one of the most suc-
cessful intramural seasons in recent
years, Greene House Residence Hall
held a party last Monday in honor
of their participants in the 1946
sports race.
House mother Mrs. E. Herdman was
hostess to the sportsmen and Wally
Weber, acting as guest speaker, spoke
concerning sports participation, add-
ing some interesting anecdotes of
Michigan's past gridiron greats. Fol-
lowing his talk, Weber presented
the most valuable player and the high
point awards to James Paternaster.
Bob Kellas received the most sports-
manlike medal.
Athletic chairman LeRoy W. Daggs,
was given a key as a token of his out-
standing contribution to Greene
House's athletic program, which to
date is something more than impres-
sive. Greene House teams have taken
both, the A and B basketball titles,
are the Residence Halls League track
champions, and placed third in the
volleyball tournament to lead their
circuit with a total of 399 points
toward the intramural sports trophy.
Boasting undefeated records at
the mid-season mark in the intra-

Alers Bill Leonard, Ed Tully of The Irish

mural baseball race are three fra-
ternity nines, Ship's Comipany's
team in the Independent League,
and Chicago House's diamond re-
presentatives in the Residence Hall
loop. The clean-slated Greek letter
teams are Alpha Sigma Phi, Chi
Phi, and Phi Delta Theta.
* * *
Sam Cott distinguished himself as
the all-campus handball champion
recently when he defeated Morris
Weiss in two straight games, 21-6 and
21-14 to cop the singles title. In the
Cott Morrison vs. Saffien-Shannon
match, Cott and his partner defeated
their foes 21-2 and 21-14 to win the
doubles tournament.
Sigma Chi has established a firm
grip on first place in the fraternity
sports race with almost a 100 point
lead over second place Sigma Phi
Epsilon. The standings are:
Sigma Chi 528
Sigma Phi Epsilon 433
Delta Kappa Epsilon 419
Beta Theta Pi 413
Alpha Tau Omega 371
In the Residence Hall League
second place Tyler House stands 66
points behind Grene House's lead-
ing score of 399 points. Phi Rho
Sigma leads the Professional Fra-
ternity Loop.
Tom Reader bowled a 576 series to
capture the all-campus singles bowl-
ing tournament staged in the Michi-
gan Union two weeks ago and Bob
Goldman teamed with Pat Brezner
to win the all-campus mixed bowling
contest at the Ann Arbor Recreation
alleys.
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South Bend, Indiana will be the
scene of a hotly-contested battle to-
day, when the Michigan track team
meets the Fighting Irish of Notre
Dame in what promises to be one of
the best outdoor dual meets of the
year.
The Irish will be out to avenge a
70 1/3-33 1/6 defeat which they suf-
fered at the hands of the Maize and
Blue in an indoor meet earlier this
year. As Coach Ken Doherty will
readily admit, the situation has un-
dergone a radical change since that
time, as a result of the loss of several
key Wolverine performers and the
considerable strengthening of the
Notre Dame squad.
Barten, Thomason To Run
The main struggle will develop in
the middle distance runs and the
sprints, with the outcome of these
events unpredictable. In the mile and
880, a rugged contest looms, bring-
ing together four of the best run-
ners in the midwest.
For Michigan, Bob Thomason and
Herb Barten will compete, with Bill
Leonard and Ed Tully carrying the
colors of the Irish.
Close Duel In Sprints
Thomason beat Leonard in the 880
during the indoor meet, but the youth
from South Bend returned to take
Bob Hume in the mile, with his team-
mate, Tully, a not-too-distant third.
Barten is the Conference champion
at the half, and enough said. Thom-
ason and Leonard are both capable
of miles under 4:20, with the other
two running right on their heels.
In the 100 and 220, it will be Hap
Coleman, Val Johnson, and Bob Fer-
guson for the Wolverines, and Jerry
Thompson running for Notre Dame.
Coleman covered the century in 10

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STARTS TODAY
Thru Tuesday
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News - Alcatraz Riot

HERB BARTEN . . . whose duel
with Notre Dame's ace, Bill Leon-
ard, in the mile and half-mile
events will highlight today's con-
test at South Bend.
seconds flat during the week, with
his two running-mates following
closely. Thompson breathed down
the neck of Lloyd LaBeach, Wiscon-
sin's great sprinter, as the Irish were
suffering defeat at the hands of the
Badgers last week.
It is entirely possible that the out-
come of the entire meet will rest in
the results of these events. However,
every one of the 26 men on the Mich-
igan squad will be out to turn in his
best performance, and the team com-
petes as well as it has in the past, in
all probability another Michigan
track victory will be recorded.

Dayton's Fiie Showing
Elarns lim Sixth Spot
Ey DEE GERtMAIN
With renwed strength, gained
from blasting Western Michigan, 9-0,
on rrhtllcsdy, the Michigan tennis
squad oppo es th University of Cli-
cago at 3:30 p.m. today on the Ferry
Field courts.
The Wolverine netmen will be seek-
ing their fifth win of the, season, and
their fourth conference match. To
date, only two defeats stand on the
record, that of Wayne and Illinois.
Maroons Well Balanced
Chicago has a well balanced team,
but it does not stack up as well as
Illinois, according to Weir. They lost
an early match to Northwestern, 6-3.
The Maroon's first, third, and fourth
men are returning lettermen from
the '43 squad, and should provide
stiff competition for the Michigan
netters.
Jack Hersh will again lead the at-
tack in number one position. Bill
Mikulich and Fred Wellington will
hold down their usual places in the
sceond and third slots. Dean Mc-
Clu-sky has been shifted up into
fourth place and Jim Evans follows
in fifth. Due to Mickey Dayton's fine
playing against Western Michigan,
Weir will use him at number six.
Hersh, Dayton Team in Doubles
In the doubles, Hersh and Dayton
will combine their efforts again in
the top position, while number two
doubles will see Mikulich and Wel-
lington together. Paul Schoenlaub
and Dean McClusky complete the
duel pairings.
In case of rain, this afternoon's
meet will be held inside on the I-M
Building's wooden courts, and a fast-
er, more difficult 'game will result.
The Weirmen will take a well de-
served rest from match play till they
journey to Evanston next week-end
to meet Northwestern, Ohio State
and Minnesota.
Major League Games
BROOKLYN, May 10--)-The
Brooklyn Dodgers staged a three-run
eighth inning rally to defeat the Bos-
ton Braves 4-2stonight in the first
Ebbets' -Field.
arc-igh cne ofte sesna
PHILADELPHIA, May 10-The
Philadelphia Athletics and the Wash-
ington Senators battled to a 5 to 5
deadlock tonight in a 15-inning game
which took four hours to play before
a crowd of 29,477. The game was
called under the Major League ruling
which prohibits the start of a new
inning after 11:50 p.m. (EST).

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The Junior Class of
ANN ARBOR HIGH SCHOOL
presents
"YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU"
Friday and Saturday, May 10 and 11
Tickets Will Be on Sale at School Both Nights

Red Sox Nip Yank,(
54, for 15th in Ron,
NEW YORK. M iy 10 i Th'
greatest crowd of t1e yo ui seas,,
64,183 hot-eyed (ithusiaSt s, p ukcd
Yankee Stadium today to \atci thc
Boston Red Sox edge ot theN(v
York Yankees, 5 to 4, in th op
of their vital three-game series and
extend their winning streak to 1f
straight, within four of the Aierican
League record.
Dom DiMaggio, Sox center fielder
and youngest of the three baliplaying
brothers, decided the tense contes I
in the seventh inning with a clean
single to right that scored Rudy York
from third with the winning run. Big
Rudy just had knotted the score with
a terrific triple to left-center that
drove across Bobby Doerr.
Little Dom's pay-off blow off left-
hander Joe Page, second Yank pitch-
er, took all the frosting off the horn-
eric feat of his big brother, Joe, who
had propelled acros all four Yankee
runs in the fifth with a grand slam
homer into the right field stands off
Joe Dobson.

Mielioan Plays
Twin Bill Today
V ay crutcial baseball con-
test between the Wolverines and II-
diamia at Bloomninigton was can-
celled because of rain, and the
Michigan nine will play its second
double-header in as many weeks
today.
kliss Bowman and Earl Block will
again be Coach Fisher's choices
for the mound assignments, and
they will be opposed by Ralph
Brickner and Johnny Logan of the
Iloosiers.
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We Deliver!

By RUTH ELCONIN
Michigan linksmen, seeking their
second Conference victory of 1946
season, will encounter the University
of Illinois today at the Champaign
Country Club course.
Coach Bill Barclay's charges willl
enter the match as favorites, since
the Illini have yet to chalk up a
victory in three attempts. The Wol-
verine opponents have gone down at
the hands of Purdue, the University
of Iowa, and took second place in a
quadrangular meet which was held
last wek at Ohio State. As was ex-
pected theBuckeyes won top honors
in the four-way contest, which also
involved Indiana and Purdue.
Golfers Have Dropped Two Matches
The Maize and Blue golfers boast
a more impressive record, having
triumphed over Michigan State,
Wayne, the University of Detroit,
and Northwestern, while losing to the
Spartans and Ohio State.
Today's tilt calls for a six man
squad playing a 36-hole match. Tee-
Grid Practice Ends;
Iallan Wins Award

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ing off for the Maize and Blue in his
usual number one spot will be Dave
Barclay, with Ed Schalon, next in
line. Pete Elliott and Bill Courtright
will fill the third and fourth slots,
while Roger Kesler and Bill Ramsey
complete the Wolverine aggregation.
Courtright Improves Steadily
Coach Ralph Fletcher has called on
Bill Richart to pace the Illini squad
followed by Dick Turnbow and Lloyd
Brown. The other Orange and Blue
trio is composed of Hal Bootz, Stan
Stasica, and Art Wyat.
In last week's tilts against the De-
troit and Wildcat squads, low men
for the Wolverines were Courtright
and Ramsey who carded 77's. While
Wednesday's contest with the Spar-j
tans found Kessler and Elliott taking
honors for the Maize and Blue team
with 79's.
CONFERENCE BASEBALL
Wisconsin 6, Minnesota 1
Ohio State 2, Northwestern 1
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up its spring practice sessions with
an intrasquad game yesterday at
Ferry Field.
Before the contest freshman tackle
Bob Ballau was awarded the Chi-
cago Alumni club trophy for the
Wolverine player showing the most
improvement during the six-week
spring practice period.

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