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16, 1947

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wolverines Down
Katzenmeyer To Hold Trials
For JV, Freshman SquadsY

Notre

Dame,

By MURRAY GRANT
With a highly successful South-
ern trip under his belt and the
prospect of a crammed schedule
before him, Coach Bert Katzen-
meyer, new Wolverine golf men-
tor, is faced with the task of nar-
rowing the 80 aspirants for the
1947 golf squad down to a work-
able figure.
Coach Katzenmeyer has there-
fore scheduled a 36 hole medal
event for tomorrow and Friday
apd upon the basis of the scores
turned in will be able to make his
first cut. He plans to slice his
squad down to 32 men who will
represent Michigan on the fair-
ways this year.
10 Man Squads
In addition to a 12 man varsity
composed most probably of the
eight men who made the Southern
trip and four other top notch per-!
formers, the new link coach will
have a jayvee squad of ten men
and a freshman team of a like
number.
The jayvees will participate in
four matches thus far arranged

and the prospect of additional
matches is possible. They open
their season a day after the var-
sity swings into competition when
they travel to Ypsilanti to meet
the Michigan State Normal links-
men on April 24.
Return Match
On May 6 they play a return
match with the Normal golfers on
the tough University Golf Course
and on May 13 they meet Cen-
tral Michigan on the home fair-
ways.
Led by Captain Dave Barclay
and paced by eight other letter-
winners and several promising
golfers the outlook for the Con-
ference champs is indeed bright
and experts look for the Confer-
ence title to remain in Wolverine
hands.
Major opposition to this claim
lies with the Buckeyes of Ohio
State who are reputed to have one
of the finest aggregation ever to
come out of Columbus. Other seri-
ous threats are the Wildcats of
Northwestern and the Fighting Il-
lini.

I-M Fraternity
Softball season
Begins Today
Every fraternity will see action
today as the curtain goes up on
this season's Intramural softball
campaign with nine games sched-
uled at 4:15 p.m. on South Ferry
Field and the remainder to be
played at 5:15.
In one of the top games on the
program Phi Delta Theta, defend-
ing champion, faces the Alpha
Delts. A number of regulars from
last year's squad are on hand
along with a batch who played be-
fore entering service.
SAM opens against the Phi
Sigma Delta aggregation. On the
mound for the Sammies will be
Marv Talan who throws a fiery
fastball from the portside. With
All-Star Harry Anderson trading
his basketball uniform for a pitch-
er's baseball suit Sigma Phi Ep-
silon's hard hitting outfit takes on
Phi Kappa Psi in another one of
the day's leading games.
ATTENTION ATHLETES:
All those who signed the tick-
et list to attend the "M"-Club
banquet for Ray Roberts are
reminded that the banquet is
at 6:30 p.m. tonight in the
Union.
Bill Courtright
President

Michigan
Outburst

Weisenburger Stars As
Wise Takes Third Game

Scores Six Runs in Eighth Inning
To Shade Irish in (lose Decision

By BOB LENT
Michigan's baseball team ex-
ploded with a six-run outburst in
the eighth inning yesterday and
then staved off a desperate Notre
Dome rally in the ninth to squeeze
out a 11-10 slugfest before 2,000
chilled fans who turned out for
the Wolverine home opener.
Trailing by three runs because
of a five-run spree the Irish put
on in their half of the eighth, the

COACH BERT KATZENMEYER
-Michigan golf mentor who
will form a junior varsity and
freshman link squads this week
end.
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We've got the film.
Also for those who do their own enlarg-
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Something new has been added
to the PEM program at Waterman
Gym-a course in fly and bait
casting for the fishing enthusiast.
From Monday through Thurs-
day Lehman Beardsley will in-
struct both bait casting and dry
and wet fly casting during two
periods, 3:15 and 4:15 p.m.
Beardsley, a Business Adminis-
tration student, is well qualified
to teach the course for he has
gained considerable experience
assisting Prof. Lagler of the Zool-
ogy department. Lagler taught
casting in Detroit for a number of
years.
In addition to casting, courses
in golf are offered Tuesday and
Wednesday mornings at 9:30 with
instruction from varsity coach
Bert Katzenmeyer, and lessons
from graduate Phys. Ed. major
Rodney Grambeau Monday
through Thursday at 3:30.
Howard Leibee, director of the
Men's Physical Education depart-
ment, indicated that this program
is a wide departure from the old
PE"M program. It allows a large
group who are not required to
take PEM the liberty to select
courses in which they are inter-
ested for future years.
Al freshimen and sophomores
inteestd in applyin for foot-
ball manager positions may re-
at Ferry Field.

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Irish Setter

NOTRE DAME AB H R O
Pavela, of ....... 5 2 2 3
Lavery, 2b .......4 2 0 2
Klein, 3b 4 3 3 1
Mayo, if.........5 1 3 2
Schneider, ss .... 5 0 1 0
Sheehan, c .......5 0 0 4
Heller, rf ........ 4 0 0 1
Petrzelka, lb, .....4 0 0 11
Campbell, p ......2 0 0 0
Creevy, p........ 0 0 0 01
Mahannah,p 0 0 0 0
TOTALS ...... 39 10 10 24
MICHIGAN AB R H O
Vieth,if ......... 1 1 1
Elliott, cf ........3 2 1 3
Wikel, lb........ 4 0 1 71
Weisenburger, ss 5 1 3 21
Tomasi, 2b .......4 1 1 3
Wiese, rf........ 5 2 1 1
Ketterer, 3b.. .... 5 2 1 1
Kulpinski, c...... 2 11 71
Wise, p..........2 0 1 1
*Morrison........1 0 1 01
**Berce.0 1 0 01
*i*White, if..... .0 1 0 01
'***Bodyom 1 1 1 01
Raymond, c . 0 0 0 0
Schmidtke, p .... 0 0 0 0
Rankin, p ........0 0 0 01
TOTALS......34 111217

JACK WEISENBURGER -vet-
eran shortstop who paced the
Wolverines in yesterday's vic-
tory.

Maize and Blue sent ten men to base XA uwmca i&91 s h
the plate in an inning that was baseball diamond at the south-
climxedby ackWeisenburger' s Ernie McCoy at the freshman
climaxed by JackWe basebal diamond at the south-
grand slam homer. east end of Ferry Field at 3:30
Charley Ketterer led off the p.m. today. All candidates will
wild eighth with a clean single furnish their own gloves and
through the box. Coach Ray shoes.
Fisher then threw in three left-
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*Batted for Kulpinski in 8th
**Ran for Morrison in 8th
***Batted for Wise in 8th
ae for Vieth in 8th
RUNS BATTED IN: Weisen-
burger 6, Bodycomb 2, Ketterer,
Wise, Mayo 4, Klein 3, Schnei-
der 3; DOUBLES: Klein; TRI-
PLES: Klein, Wikel; HOME
RUNS: Weisenburger, Mayo;

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1947
VOL. LVl, No. 133
Notices
Engineerinig Open House. All
University of Michigan students,
personnel, and their friends are
invited. 9 a.m.-8 p.m., Fri., April
18.
Students in the College of Engi-
neering are excused from classes
in this college on April 18 in order
that they may assist in conduct-
ing the Engineering Open House.
Classes will be held on Saturday
as usual.
Executive Committee of the
College of Engineering
Veteran Students in the Schools
of Medicine and Dentistry are
urged to consult the bulletin
boards in their respective schools.
All men whose names appear on
the list posted must report to the
Cashier's Office, Veterans Section,
302 South Wing, immediately.
Veterans: This is to notify all
veterans receiving benefits under
P.L. 346 that during the period
between April 15 and April 19 they
will have the opportunity to make
corrections or changes in the leave
applications filed at the time of
registration.
All veterans who are included

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