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Trackmen To Clash with
California in Dual Meet
Doherty To Take 20 Thinclads on Trip;
Bears Make Season's Debut Against 'M'
Whistled renditions of "California Here I Come" reverberated
through the track locker room this week as 20 of Coach Ken Doherty's
thinclads looked forward to leaving tomorrow for Berkeley, Cal.,
where they will face the University of California in the first outdoor
dual meet of the year next Saturday.
As far as predicting who will come out on the long end of the
score, Doherty declared that you could "pick the winner out of a hat."
Little is known about the strength of the Bears' track team since this
will be the first meet of the year for the Californians, who do not
have an indoor season behind them.
Queller To Run 880
Michigan's power will make itself felt in the middle distance
events with Don Queller, who re-
turns to action after being out of
hcompetition for a month, and
lt igs Chuck Low in the mile. Confer-
W ln S ence champion Herb Barten and
George Vetter are slated to start
for the Maize and Blue in the 80.
)who have gone uder to nminutes
To 'Toron to 1:57.1, the best clocking. The
have a fipe propect in Tom
Tartzell who is expected to get as
DETROIT, April 3 -UP)- low as 4:15 for the mile this sea-
Making their few shots count son while Michigan's Queller turn-
heavily, the Toronto Maple ed in a 4:16.4 in the Big Nine
Leafs moved within one vic- meet this year.
tory of the Stanley Cup finals Bears Strong in Sprints
tonight by whipping the De- California has four quarter-
troit Red wings, 4 to 1, to take milers who have run around the
a three-to-one edge in games :50 mark, and will give Wolver- s
in their best-of-seven series ines Dick Forrestel and George v
before 14,577 fans. Shepherd a close race out west.a
The leafs, cool and deliber- The Bears should pick up quite :
ate, fired only seven shots on a few of their points in the sprints
goals in the first two periods where they have Ray Maples who
but made two of them count has been caught in 9.8 for the
and then added a pair of easy 100 this season and Donnie An-
counters in the final period to derson who has a 9.7 century and
maintaih their record of not a 21.6 220 to his credit.
having lost to the Red Wings Fonville in Shot and Discus
on Detroit ice all season. Michigan's Big Nine shot put
Altogether tonight's scrap champion Chuck Fonville leads
was tame by comparison with the field of iron ball tossers as
Tuesday night's rough encoun- noneofathe California shot put-
ter here, won by the Leafs. ter's have bettered 50 ft. Fonville
x. Four times one club or the and Pete Dendrinos will also throw
other was playing with a two- the discus although they have hads
'man advantage but the only little chance to practice this year. t.
time such an edge affected the Since the javelin throw is not
scoring was in the second per- a regular event in Western Con-
iod when Detroit's Roy Con- ference, Wolverine high jumpersc
acher drove in his club's only Bob Harris and Bob Gardner will
goal with Jimmy Thompson try their hand in this event but
and Bill Barilko of the Leafs the Californians can boast of four
both serving time. men who have thrown the javelin
Conacher's goal balanced a more than 180 ft. g
first period Toronto tally by -- ____s
fleet Howic Meeker but the BASEBALL SCORESy
Leafs didn't let the score stay Tigers 1 Braves 1 (called 7th t
tied long. Ted (Teeter) Ken- . 1
nedy bounced a high shot off innlng)
Red Wing goalie Ralph (Red) White Sox 2, Indians 1 a
Almas' arm and the Leafs nev- Browns 4, ,A's 1
er trailed after that. Cubs 0, Giants 12 c
___________________ Pirates 10, Phillics 7

Vacation Trips
Nine To Face Maryland
Today in Southern Debut
Wise 14) Start on Mound For Wolverines;
Lineup Dominated By Former Lettermen
Michigan launches its first southern trip in five years and its
1947 baseball campaign this afternoon when it squares off against the
University of Maryland at College Park Maryland.
Because he hasn't had a chance to nut his squad through any
outdoor practice. Coach Ray, Fisher will probably ride along mainly
with his letterwinners for his opening day line-up. Only at third and
behind the plate will the Wolverine Pilot be unable to field a numeral

AA U Swim
Meet Ends
47 Season
Maize and Blue natators will
write finis to a very successful
season tonight and tomorrow
when they compete in the Nation-
al AAU championships at Colum-
bus.
Climaxing the affair will be
the heralded meeting between
Alex Jany of France and Dick
Weinberg, American champion
in the 50 and 100-yard free-
styles.. Weinberg, in his last
practice before leaving for Co-
lumbus, was clocked in :49.8
for the century, only one-tenth
of a second off the existing
world's record.
Charlie Moss, who has been
cholastically ineligible, will make
he trip to the AAU's and may be
able to compete under Michigan
colors. Moss has continued to
practice daily and turned in a
51.6 clocking for the "100" in his
ast outing.
If Moss can compete that will
give Michigan another fine free-
tyler and materially aid the 400-
yard relay quartet. AAU regula-
ions allow a man to enter three
ndividual events and two relays
and this relaxation of the rulings
s liable to help the Wolverines
considerably.
It is possible now for Wein-
berg to enter both short distance
freestyles as well as the medley
and freestyle relays. It would
tion to the 150-yard backstroke
also allow Harry Holiday to enter
the 100-yard freestyle in addi-
tion to the 150-yard backstroke
and the two relays.
Bob Sohl will continue in his
wo events, the 200-yard breast-
troke and the medley relay, while
ivers Alex Canja and Gil Evans
will compete in both the high and
ow board events.
Gus Stager will swinin the
220 and 440-yard freestyles and
possibly may enter the 1500
meter marathon. He will also
swim the second leg on the 400-
yard relay team if Moss is able
to compete.
Entering the freestyle relay all
tangs on the question of whether
Aoss can compete for Michigan or
got. If he can the Wolverine en-
ry will be one of the strongest of
,he meet with Moss, Stager, Holi-
ay and Weinberg all capable of
Ioing :52.5 or better.

CAPTAINS ALL-Chuck Birdsall, Dave Barclay, Bill Mikulich,
and Cliff Wise will lead the track, golf, tennis, and baseball teams
in vacation activity. Birdsall is California bound, the others head
South.
Golf Squad Be'dns Dixie Play Monday;
Netters To Open Against North Carolina

Lin ksinen To Face
Six Southern Foes
When Michigan's golf team
opens the season Monday at
Washington and Lee in the first
of their six southern matches,
Bert Katzenmeyer, the new Wol-
verine linksmaster, will carefully
view the play of his boys whom
he described yesterday as "com-
pletely cold."
The eight "marked" Wolverine
golfers-Capt. Dave Barclay, Ed
Schalon, Bill Courtwright, Rog
Kessler, Pete Elliott, John Jens-
wold, Bill Ludolph, and Paul
O'Hara--will accompany Katzen-
meyer on the 2,000 mile Dixie
tour tomorrow morning in one of
the University's 12-passenger lim-
ousines.
No Practice
"The boys haven't had a chance
to go outdoors at all in the four
weeks of spring practice," declar-
ed the youthful Wolverine coach,
"but our opponents have been out
on the links during this period-
we'll be at a definite disadvantage
when we tee off."
Katzenmeyer added that he has
no inkling whatsoever of the
strength of the southern golf.
teams the Wolverines will face.
Stage Intra-Squad Play
In an effort to "get at least one
round on the course before we
meet anybody," Katzenmeyer an-
nounced that lie hopes to stage a
little intra-squad competition
Sunday on the White Sulphur
Springs (Va.) fairways, site of
Sammy Snead's home course.
After Monday's opening affair
with Washington and Lee, the
Wolverine linksmen face Virginia
Polytechnic Institute on Tuesday,
and the University of Virginia the
following day.
Face Tar Heels
Katzenmeyer takes his troupe
into Tarheel territory to meet
Duke University on Wednesday,
April 12, and the University of
North Carolina on Thursday.
Michigan treks back to Virginia
a week from today to climax the
southern jaunt at Randolph-Ma-
con College.
All candidates for freshman
baseball will report to Coach
Ernie McCoy at the freshman
baseball diamond at the south-
east end of Ferry Field at 3:30
p.m. Monday, April 14. All can-
didates will furnish their own
gloves and shoes.

Determination Plus
So determined are Michigan's
golf aspirants for the four re-
maining varsity posts that two
of them-Ken Burke and Mort
Cohn-have made special ar-
rangements to spend their en-
tire spring vacation at Hot
Springs, Arkansas "to do noth-
ing but play golf."
I-M NEWS
After dropping the first two
games, Harry Goldberg took the
measure of Sanford Perlman in
the final three to become the All-
campus Table Tennis champion.
Perlman won the initial games,
21-19 and 21-11, but then Gold-
berg's shots began to clip the edg-
es of the table. He won the fol-
lowing games by the close scores of
22-21, 21-10, and 21-19 with the
last game going to match point
five times before Goldberg could
claim the title.
Sigma Phi Epsilon established
a new mark in the fraternity foul-
shooting tournament as they sunk
203 baskets out of a possible 250
to become the fraternity winners.
In the residence Hall League
Lloyd House's ten best rounds to-
taled 192 for the dorm title, while,
183 baskets were enough to give
the Goosers the Independent
League crown.
The All-campus individual foul-
shooting title went to Ray Lan-
tos of Lloyd House when he con-
nected for 86 out of 100 baskets.
ONCE OVER .::.
and a- clean
shave!

Naugle Wins Berth
On Tennis Teaim
Coach Bob Dixon's southbound
tennis team got its eighth mem-
ber yesterday as Gordon Naugle
won a 7-5, 6-4. eleventh hour vic-
tory over "Butch" Skau to sew up
the last position on the traveling
squad that meets the University
of North Carolina, Monday, in the
first of four Dixieland vacation
matches.
Only top seeded Andy Paton's
position remained unchanged
throughout a hectic week of in-
tra-squad play that saw the
team seedings completely scram-
bled.
As a result of the week's play,
Dixon's lineup for the opener at
Chapel Hill will see Paton at num-
ber 1, Fred Otto, 2, Fred Zieman,
3, Dean McCluskey, 4, Captain Bill
Mikulich, 5; HalCook, who had
been moved in the seventh spot
by Dick Lincoln a week ago, re-
versed the proceedings yesterday
with a 7-5, 6-4, win
Lincoln and Naugle make up
the remainder of the Southern
lineup and Dixon has indicated
that both will see some singles
action on the tour.
From Chapel Hill the team
moves to Durham for the match
with Duke on Tuesday. Then af-
ter a one-day test, it tackles the
University of Virginia at Char-
lottesville, and Washington and
Lee, at Lexington, Va.,

winner.
On the mound Fisher will start
his 27 year old ace, Cliff Wise.
Wise has looked good in batting
cage drills and appears to have
lost none of the effectiveness that
gave him a 7-0 record last year.
Kulpinski or Raymond to Catch
For a batterymate, the Jackson
jug-handle artist will have either
John Kulpinski, stocky sophmore
receiver who learned his trade on
the Detroit sandlots, or Hal Ray-
mond, reserve Maize and Blue
catcher last year.
In the infield Fisher will start
his veteran keystone combination
of Dom Tomasi and Jack Weisen-
berger with Ted Berce on third
and either Don Boor or Howie
Wikel at first.
Experienced Outfield
An experienced trio of garden-
ers, will form Michigan's outer
defense. Two-time "M" letterwin-
ners Paul White and Bob Wiese
will be in left and right respective-
ly give the Wolverines their only
left-handed batting power and
Bump Elliott in center picked up
a pair of numerals at Purdue be-
fore transferring to Ann Arbor.
All but Elliott and Wiese are
from the state of Michigan.
Pitching a Questionmark
Michigan's chances for a suc-
cessful Dixie trip will depend
mainly on how well the rest of the
pitching staff shapes up. In Bob
Fancett and Bud Rankin, Fisher
has a couple of promising fresh-
men who have pitched a lot of
American Legion ball but need
developing.
The only other letterwinner in
his hurling corps is Dick Scmidtke
who did relief work in 1944. Ed
Heikkinen and Bob Hick round out
the Wolverine other twirlers with
the squad.
Last year Michigan swept
through a 12 game non-confer-
ence schedule unbeaten and went
on to post an 18-2 record for the
season, but the lack of practice
this year makes a repeat perform-
ance a near impossibility.

Pro Gridders
Get -Suspension
In Football Fix
PHILADELPHIA, April3-()-
Merle Hapes and Frank Filehoekl,=
New York Giants ace backfield
players who became entangled In
gamblers' attempts to fix the Na-
tional Football League's champ-
ionship game last Dec. 15, today
were suspended indefinitely in the
latest chapter of the biggest sport
scandal since the 1919 world ser-
ies.
League Commissioner Bert Bell
announced that he had found the
two "guilty of actions detrimental
to the welfare of the National
League and of professional foot-
ball," adding:
"This suspension prevents the
employment of Hapes or Filchock
by any club in the National Foot-
ball League as player, coach or
in any capacity, whatsoever."
Nelson Shares
Masters Lead
AUGUSTA, Ga., April 3-(P)-
A couple of veteran campaigners,
Byron Nelson and Jimmy Demaret
led the field of 58 in today's open-
ing round of the 11th annual Mas-
ters Golf Tournament with three
under par 69's.
The two native Texan's, with
Nelson now retired at Roanoke,
Tex., and Demaret now playing
out of Ojai, Calif., had a one
stroke lead over seven others who
tied at 70.
Preguhlian Joins MSC
EAST LANSING, April 3-(P)-
Merv Pregulman, former Univer-
sity of Michigan tackle, joined
the Michigan State College squad
in spring training today as a part-
time assistant coach.
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whose Chopin Sonata Album for
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