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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Mfchigan Netters Edge
Past Notre Dam-e, 5-4
Tennis Squad Takes Seventh Straight Wmin
On Road; Mikiilich's Victory Decides Match
(Spec- Tto The Daiy2ly- and the asphalt courts dried out in
SOUTH BEND, Inrd., May 25 -t s time to prevent cancellation of the
Sweeping four singles matches and meet. Then with the score tied at
one doubles match, Michigan's barn- four-all, Notre Dame's three-letter
to.rming tennis team kept its away- man, George Ratterman, returned
from-home record clean by spilling from football practice to meet Bill
Notre Dame's netters, 5-4, here to- Mikuliph in the deciding match.
Tay, Ratterman, who also plays basket-
The win was the Wolverines' sev- ball, yielded the first set to his Maize
enth straight on foreign courts and and Blue opponent, 6-4, and then
gave them a season mark of nine went on to take a 4-1 lead in the
wins and four setbacks. Only event second set. At this point Mikulich
left on the Maize and Blue net slate settled down to run through five
is the Conference meet Friday and straight games and take the set and
Saturday at Minneapolis. match, giving Michigan their one-
Today's match del d point margin.
s m h wasdlayed two Tully Trounces ersh
hours by rain, but the weather cleared In the other singles matches Bill

Golfers 'Wade'
To Easy 22-5
Win over Titans
Barclay Captures Top

Ohio Traekmen Craek Jinx
To Upset Wolverines, 67-55
buff Paces Buckeyes to First Ferry Field
Win in 29 Years; Val Johnson Cops 100, 220

Major League Standings

NATIONAL LEAGUE
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Honors by Carding 76
(Special to The Daily) (Continuedf rom Page t,
DETROIT, May 25-Michigan's of Scarlet and Gray hurdlers to al
gclfers snapped their taboo on con- when Buckeyes Duff, Bill Siebert and sweep of the 220-yard lows, and that
tests away from home, as they com- Dick Maxwell slammed the 120-yard h-m
pletely dominated today's match high hurdles, the winning time a h enWoli me r ttsl
with the University of Detroit to neat 15 seconds fiat. The Wolverine mile quartet sal-
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Brooklyn...........
St. Louis...........
Cncinnati.....
Chicago............
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New York.........
Pittsburgh...........
Philadelphia.
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Wisconsin Takes
Baseball Crown
Wisconsin clinched its first Big Ten
baseball title since 1930 by white-
washing Northwestern, 6-0, yesterday
to sweep its two-game series with the
Wildcats.

The Big Ten standings:
WILF
Wisconsin 9 2 .
MICHIGAN 4 2 .
Illinois 6 3 .
Iowa 6 3 .E
Indiana 5 3 .E
Minnesota 5 3 .E
Ohio State 3 6
Purdue 2 4 .
Northwestern 1 6 .]
Chicago 0 9 .E
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
Wisconsin 6, Northwestern 0
Indiana 5, Ohio State 1
Purdue at Michigan, rain
Illinois at Iowa, rain
Minnesota at Chicago, rain

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' Tully (Notre Dame) whipped Jack
Hersh, 6-1, 6-0; Caparo(Notre Dame)
wore down Fred Wellington, 4-6, 6-2,
6-4; Dean McClusky beat Erg (Notre
Dame) 6-2, 0-6, 6-4; Jim Evans
edged Brown (Notre Dame) 6-4, 7-5;
and Hal Cook nipped Hoffman (Notre
Dame) 6-4, 7-5.
In the doubles Tully and Ratter-
man took Hersh and Evans, 7-5, 6-1;
Mikulich and Wellington defeated
Caparo and Erg, 6-0, 6-3; and Brown
and Lyon licked Paul Schoenlaub and
McClusky, 4-6, 8-6, 9-7.
Red Sox Beat
Yankees, 7.4
BOSTON, May 25-(P)-Bill Dick-
ey's managerial debut was made
strictly on the down beat today as
the top-place Red Sox pulled into
a six-game lead over his New York
Yankees with a 7-4 victory in the
opener of their crucial series before
a 30,851 crowd.
The Yankees' veteran catcher, who
last night stepped into the 15-year-
old piloting shoes vacated by the ail-
ing Joe McCarthy, launched his play-
er-manager career by backstopping
for Spud Chandler, his pitching ace.
New York 011 100 2001-4 8 0
Boston 100 150 00x-7 14 1

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wade to a 22-5 victory while play- Earten Ties Freshman Record
ing under adverse weather conditions. Michigan's Herb Barten, Confer-
A constant downpour forced Coach ence 880 king, took his specialty by
Bill Barclay's charges to shoot the nipping Malvin Whitfield with a ter-
rific finishing kick, the time of 1 :56.5
tying Bob Ufer's freshman record.
MunsiIl Gos Mexican Johnson's victory inmthe 220 was'
nullified by Buckeye Don Washing-
MEXICO CITY--hP)-An an- ton's win in the two-mile run, in
nouncement over the publ ad- which he sprinted past Wolverine Ed
dress system during the Puebla- Johnscn on the last stretch, after
Vera Cruz game today said that dueling with the Michigan thinclad
Stan Musial, slugging St. Louis all the way. Clifford, winner of the
Cardinal outfielder, would join the mile, also started in this event, but
Mexican Baseball League and was his assignment appeared mainly to
expected to reach Mexico momen- be to keep the Wolverines in the rear
tardy. by running on the outside of Wash-
ington's shoulder for six laps, after
singles and doubles play-offs at the which he dropped out.#
same time, but the Wolverines came Fonville Wins Shot Put
through to capture all but one match Meanwhile the results of the field
which they split, events, which were held in Yost Field
Dave Barclay did not seem to be House, started to come in. Michigan
bothered by "old man weather" as had to be satisfied with one-half a
he won medalist honors for the day point in the high jump, as Bob Har-
with a 76. His play was brilliant on ris tied for third with a leap of six
the last nine when he shot two bird- feet.
ies to card a 34 which was two un- Crack Maize and Blue shot putter
der par. Sal Pomante, number one, Charley Fonville won this weight
man for the Titans, carded a 79 for event with team captain George Os-
the runner-up, spot, and Rog Kess- troot taking third. They reversed po-
ler brought in an 81 for the Wol- sitions in the discuss, Ostroot win-
veriies to round out the best scores ning with a toss of 145 ft. 1012 in.
of the tilt. In the pole vault, Wolverine Hack
Opening the match for the Wol- Coplin performed brilliantly. He had
verines, Barclay dropped Pomante, not lifted a pole since January and
2-1 with Bill Ramsey tallying the his only practice consisted of four
same score against Detroit's Jim jumps during the week, but he was
Diamond. Kessler teed off in the third only three inches shy of Duff's 12 ft.
slot for Michigan and blanked Hal 9 in. winning effort, and placed sec-
Brodie, but Bill Courtright just ond.
missed another whitewash for the Michigan still had a chance to win

Coleman, and Short sped
win over the Ohio State
good time of 3:23.9.
TRACK SIUMAIES:
Mile Run-Won by Clifford
'.homason (M); third, Low
4:28.3.

td a 12-yard
team in the
(0); second,
(M). Time -
second, Cole-

man ('M); third, Reid (0). Time-49.4.
100-yd. dash-Won by V. Johnson (Md); sec-
ond, Baynard (O); third Ferguson (M).
Time-10.0.
120-yd. high hurdles-Won by Duff (0);
second, Siebert (0); third, Maxwell (0).
Time-15.0.
880-yd. run-Won by Barten (M); second,
Whitfield (0); third, MacDonald (O).
Time-1:56.5.
220-yd. dash-Won by V. Johnson (M); sec-
ond, Baynard (0); third, Coleman (M).
Time-22..
Two-mile run-Won by Washington (0);
second, E. Johnson (M); third Voegtlen
(M). Time-9:55.6.
220-yd. low hurdles-Won by Duff (O); sec-
ond, Seibert (0); third, Shiray (O). Time
-24.6.
High jump-Tie for first between Orendorf
(O), and Murphy (0); tie for third be-
tween Harris (M), and Maxwell (O).
Height-6 ft. 2 in.
Shot put-Won by Fonville ( 1); second,
Moldea (0); third, Ostroot (i4). Distance
".50) ft. 2 in.
Pole vault-Won by Duff (0); second, Cop-
lin (Pd); third, tie between Whittle (M)
and'Ailes (O). Height-12 ft. 9 in.
Broad jump-Won by White (0); second,
Duff (0); third, Baker (M). Distance-
21 ft. 93/1 in.
Discuss throw-Won by Ostroot (M); sec-
ond, Coker (O); third, Fonville (M). Dis-
tance-145 ft. 10''/ in.
Mile Relay-Won by Michigan; second,
Ohio State. Time-3.23.9.

vaea somem azeand Blue prestige
by whipping the Buckeye foursome in
the final event. Johnson, Barten,

SATURDAY'S RESULTS 8ATURDAY'S RESULTS
New York 5, Boston 3 Detri'it at (hirago, postponed
Brooklyn 7, Philadelphia 1 oston 7, New York 4
Chicago at Pittsburgh, postponed Wlashington 4-3, Philadelphia 1
* * * Cleveland 1, St. Louis 0
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SUNDAY'S GAMES SUNDAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at Philadelphia Detroit at Chicago
Boston at New York New York at Boston
Chicago at Pittsburgh Philadelphia at Washington
St. Louis at Cincinnati Cleveland at St. Louis

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Maize and Blue when Hal Cook took
1/ a point.
Hank Zimmerman divided his
match with Bob Leggett, and Jerry
DeVries, pitted against Tom Nowicki,
brought in the second shutout for
Michigan to end the singles play.
For the doubles matches, Barclay
and Ramsey paired off against Pom-
ante and Diamond and added three
more points to the Michigan card.
Kessler and Courtright, facing Brodie
and Cook, took their opponents by
a 2-1 score, while the final Wolver-
ine twosome of Zimmerman and De-
Vries blanked Leggett and Nowicki.
Baseball's
, Big Six
Leading Batsmen

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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date. As per the terms of the con-
tracts, students are expected to pay
the full amount of the contract three
weeks before the end of the term.
Registration for the Summer Ses-
sion begins June 26 and classes begin
July 1.
If either the householder or the
student wishes to terminate their pre=
sent rooming house agreement, notice
should be given to the Office of the
Dean of Students on or before June
1. Student may secure forms for
this purpose in Room 2, University
Hall.

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Walker, Dodgers
Musial, Card.
Williams, R. Sox
Pesky, R. Sox
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.361 All students who expect to become
.359 candidates for a teacher's certificate
.351 in February, June, or August, 1947,
.343 should call for an application form

at the office of the School of Educa-
tion, Room 1437 University Elemen-
tary School. Application forms should
be filled in and returned to the School
of Education by May 27.
Senior Mechanical Engineers:
Mr. John G. Odgers of Babcock
& Wilcox Company, Barberton, Ohio,
will interview persons for positions in
that Company on Monday, May 27, in
Room 218 W. Engineering Bldg. In-
terview schedule is posted on the
Bulletin Board at Room 221 W.
Engineering Bldg.
Senior Mechanical, Electrical and
Metallurgical Engineers:
Mr. Harry Trapp of Carnegie-Illi-
nois Steel Corporation will inter-
view seniors in various engineering
branches for positions Tuesday, May
28, in Room 218 W. Engineering
Bldg.
Interview schedule is posted on the
Bulletin Board at Room 221 W. En-
gineering Bldg.
A representative from the Wash-
ington National Insurance Co. of
Chicago will be in our office Tues-
day, May 28, to interview men for
work in handling various forms of
group insurance. Previous experience
in sales or insurance is not neces-
sary. All those interested should call
the Bureau of Appointments, 201
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