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kARCH 5 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
zenmeyer Succeeds Barclay as Golf CoachPOTENT1A
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Mentor Calls Prospects;
Season Gets Underway
By MURRAY GRANT -
Albert. C. "Bcrt" Katzenmeyer, ated from Alma College in 194
an assistant coach (an Michigan's There he was number one on th
championship golf team last year, college's golf squad and led I
was named head coach of the 1947 team to the MIAA championshi
edition of Wolverine linksmen, it Katzenmeyer resides in Ann A
was announced yesterday. bor and has twice copped the ju:
Katzenmeyer, now a member of ior city championship in additi
the physical education department to establishing the records for tl
at Ohio State University, will as- Huron Hills and Washtenaw Cou:
sume his position next Monday, try Clubs. At Huron Hills he pos
March 10, and will immediately is- ed a 67, while at Washtenaw 1
sue a call for all aspirants to the went around in 68, which st
1947 golf squad. stands.
Succeeds Barclay Air Corps Man
He succeeds Bill Barclay, for- After college he joined the Arn
mer links mentor and assistant Air Corps and served as a phy:
basketball coach, who resigned cal director in the cadet traini
last year to accept the post of head program. Most of his tour of du
cage coach at Harvard University. was spent on fields in the Sout
Barclay led the Maize and Blue east and during this time he w
squad to the Conference chai- a member of the Scott Field gi
pionship last year at Minneapolis. team and won the Mississil
-Katzenmeyer will serve not only State Country Club.
as varsity coach, but as adminis- As a nucleus of this year's sque
trative head of the University Golf Katzenmeyer will have Dave BT
Course and as a member of the clay, captain of the squad, a
physical education department un- number one man last season, Pe
der Dr. Elmer D. Mitchell. Elliott, Roger Kessler and E
Graduate of Alma Courtright, all mainstays of k
He is 29 years old and gradu- year's champions.
SONG OF THE SOUTH:
Dawson Ends Days as Scout;
Tigers Clown on Golf Course

AL RENFREW--Michigan wing
who leads the Wolverines in
scoring before the final two
games of the season.

Coach Ozzie Cowles' nrst Das-

Coach Ozzie Cowles'frtbs
ketball season at Michigan wound
up in one of the wildest second-
half scoring jamborees the West-
ern Conference has ever seen, as
Ohio State and the Wolverines
piled up an 81-point scoring to-
tal based on a phenomenal .493
aggregate scoring average.
"Both Tippy Dye (Buckeye cage
coach) and I agreed," Cowles
said, "that we had never seen two
teams in an important game as
hot as they were Saturday night.
In the second half Ohio hit with
19 out of 35 shots and we made
16 on 36 attempts".
Five Scores in One Minute
At one point in the hectic ses-
sion, approximately the 11-min-
ute mark in the second half,
Michigan and Ohio took five shots.
in the space of one minute and
made good on each attempt.
"We were losing by four points
with only three minutes to play,"
Cowles went on, "then Bill Miku-
lich hit with a basket, and Mack
Suprunowicz got loose on a quick
break to tie up the ball game.
Roberts broke the tie with a beau-
tiful one-handed set shot from
about 20 feet out, and Supruno-
wicz intercepted the Ohio pass-
out and sewed it up."
Suprunowicz Gets Hot
Suprunowicz, who had been
missing his shots in the first half,
caught fire and added 22 points to
the three he had garnered in the

EDITORS NOTE-This is the first
of an irregular series of articles au-
thored by the under-signed con-
cerned with the doings of the
Grapefruit League, particularly the
Detroit "Tigers.
By BUCK DAWSON
Special to The Daily
AKELAND, Fla., - Another
beautiful war'm sunshiny day in
Florida. I know how you people
love to hear that good news.
On the way down to this land
of sunshine your reporter did his
good deed for the month. In Cin-
cinnati we picked up a hitch-
hiker, one Joe Pepin, who claimed
he was going down to St. Peters-
burg to try out with the Cardi-
nals. -He said he'd left San Diego
and the Navy with five dollars,
hitch-hiking cross-country.
'So we brought him to Lake-
land. Wish Egen was sold on
giving the boy , a tryout and
Dick Wakefield told the lad he
could bunk in with the ball
players. Next morning Joe Pe-
pin was gone and so was pitcher
Hal White's jewelry.
The Tampa Elks Club called up
to say they had just cashed a
check for Hal White and was it all
right since the check-casher had
used his wrist watch as identifi-
cation. It wasn't all right and
your reporter's baseball scouting
days were over with this ball club.

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opening period.
Captain Pete Elliot turned in a AFTER the cops and robbers
defensive job that ranked with his fiasco we got back to our golf
performances in stopping Wiscon- You know these baseball players
sin's Bob Cook and Michigan take their golf seriously. That is,
State's Bob Geahan. all but Wakefield. He and I shoot

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