THE MICHIGAN IXICY
By JACK MARTIN, Daily Sports Editor
rpHiE PAST WEEK-END saw the Western Conference baseball tangle
untwine itself and settle down into some semblance of predictable
order. Three teams are currently jousting for the driver's seat, and,
although the season is still in its infancy, it appears that one of this
trio will probably win the race.
Northwestern has a three-game undefeated record; Illinois has
played twice as many and lost only one; and Iowa has a 3-1 standing.
Ohio State and Indiana both have .500 records, and may be lurking
Jits( behind the leaders in dark-horse roles.
On the basis of records to date, it is a temptation to narrow
the fight for the championship to a twoway battle-Illinois and
Northwestern. The Hawkeyes, actually, have not played any of
the teams which are currently considered the pick of the crop.
They whipped Purdue twice and Wisconsin once, but have yet to
face Ohio State and Northwestern. A better picture of their pen-
nant potentialities will be drawn this Saturday, when Michigan
entertains them here in Ann Arbor.
Illinois and Northwestern, on the other hand, have both tangled1
with some of their top opponents. The Illini have met and conquered
Michigan and Indiana twice, and split a pair with the Buckeyes. The
Wildcats handed Ohio State two rude shocks just last week-end.
With these facts in mind, you can look forward to the coming
week-end as probably the most grucial two days of the Big Nine dia-
mond campaign. For Illinois and Northwestern have a two-game par-
ty arranged for this Friday and Saturday at Champaign. The champ-
ion, hip may well rest on the outcome of this vital series.
A little matter which may loom larger and larger in the title
picture is that cancellation of a Northwestern-Minnesota contest
a week ago. Assuming that neither the Wildcats or Illini have any
further weather mishaps, Northwestern will finish the season with
one less game to its credit than Illinois.
With a strong grasp on the law of averages, assume further that
Illinois and Northwestern split their games this week-end, that the
Illini sweep safely by both Minnesota and Purdue, and that the Wild-
cats lose one more game. Even if this optimistic prospect materializes
for them, Northwestern would still trail the title-happy Illini by half
a game. Illinois would finish with a 10-2 record, the Wildcats with
In other words, at this stage of the chase, the omnipresent Illini
appear headed for their fourth gold cup of the year.
Opportunity knocked once and'
Winchell Iouse answered as theyj
defeated Michigan House, 4-2, on
one hit by Ed Carrington bunched
with walks and damaging errors
yesterday afternoon in the third
series of. residence halls softball
In the top game of the series+
Lloyd House topped Allen-Rumsey
5-3, on Dave MacAdams three hit
pitching. Garnering the only ex-
tra base hit for Lloyd, Don Smith"
tripled and MacAdams walked.
Rightfielder Jerry Ford came
through with a single sendingl
them both home.
Adams House outslugged Wil-
hams House, 12-10, with Chuck
Scarlett and Carl Raiss conne:ting
with homers for Adams.
Wenley 13~-Vaughan 3
Prescott 9-l-insdale 8
Wide Open (on test sees
Heikkinen I1ake irijm
ltligafl Il'I('M s Il t f i00 to Iive ih.S
A y Viet, ornaiii, Kettcrcr, Pacge Alttack
VeZina't. JayVee Platy
Wiins Varsity Berth
Apparently unaffected by Sat-
urday's 14-13 defeat at Ohio State,
Michigan's golf team underwent
satisfactory practice drills yes-
terday in preparation for today's
home opener against Wayne Uni-
versity at the University Golf
Ry IIERB LORENZ
Michigan's baseball team re-
turned to its winning ways yester-
day when the dowed Michigan
Tuh tel sce is impes.Iv
the Wolvines ;1__cer11tainlydo inot 4
have iOito much};o o ,3 astaot. Ed(
Heikk iun was te sarting hrle
for Michigan and he retired the
Hurons easily in the Iwo innings
Michigan launched its at-
tack in the opening frame when
Paul Vieth greeted Arkey Cos-
gro with a. single. Elliott got a
one-lase knock and Howie Wikel
sacrificed the runners along.
Then Weisenberger hit to Mof-
fat at third, and his throw to
the plate was too late to cut
dawn Vieth. Tomasi walked,1
K(etterer was safe on an error,
and Paul White followed with a
double to left. In all, nine men
batted and four of them scored.-
Vieth opened the second frame1
with a long triple to right andl
scored when the right fielderl
Sthe final three frames. Ileik-
kin_n was crediated with the
vietiry, and Ypsi's ('osgro was
Ionorrow' tlie Maize and
I vx e toDetoitioplay the
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Flying Club: Open meeting,
7:30 p.m., Wed., April 30, Rm. 1042
E. Engineering Bldg. Those un-
able to attend the Air-Meet Ban-
quet, notify the Banquet Chair-
man at this meeting.
The U. of M. Journalism society
will present Lee White, Director,
of public relations, of the Detroit
News who will speak on "A Free
and Responsible Press," at 8 p.m.,
Wed., April 30. Coffee hour will
follow. The public is invited.
Mo efat, 3b .
iirawvczak, lh -
iMartin, p . ...
lleinegan, p ...
Wojiciki, p . ...
rM ian - Since the squads will tee off at
r 71:30 today, three Wolverines-
Captain Dave Barclay, Rog Kes-
sler, and Bill Ludolph---will be ab-
13 Ii6j sent from the links because of
classes. However, they will be
AB R 11 PO A F available for duty here tomorrow
.4 0 1 ~ 2 9 against Michigan State.
-> 0 0 9 0 0 Coach Bert Katzenmeyer, nev-
1 0 0 0 ertheless, has selected a respect-
. 1 2 2 2 0 able six-man line-up to face the
1 1 2( 0 Tartars-John Jenswold, Ed Scha-
3 1 1 0 0 0 lon, Pete Elliott, Corky Court-
.4 1 0 10 0 0 wright, Jack Vezina, and Paul
3 1 0 0 0 1 O'Hara.
2 1 0 1 0 21 Vezina was promoted from the
0 0 0 0 4 0 .ayvee squad on the basis of his
.0 1 0 0 o 0 practice scores and his impressive
( 0 0 0 0 0 showing against Ypsi Normal's
.0 0 0 1 0 0 Jayvee last week.
1 0 0 0 0 0 Katzenmeyer doesn't expect too
29 7 5 24 10 4 much trouble today from the Tar-
for Marin in 6th. tar golfers "inasmuch as Wayne's
medalist carded only a 79 last Sat-
ABR II 10 A E urday in their loss to Michigan
State." Several of the Wolverine
5 2 2 1 0 0 starters hit in the 70's in yester-
.4 2 1 0 0 0 day's practice, topped by Jens-
.1 1 0 8 0 01wold's 74.
1 0 0 2 0 0 The Wolverine mentor sent the
4 4 2 2 5 3 varsity through an hour of con-
.2 4 2 2 2 0 stant putting yesterday, a weak
4 1 2 3 0 0 spot in Michigan attack against
1 0 0 1 0 0 Ohio State.
failed to field the ball cleanly TItals
Combined with a walk to Wikel, MJc lurry batted
Weisenberger's fielder's choice, and
singles by Tomasi and Ketterer NMi(hi'an
Michigan scored three more runs
in this frame. Vieth, rf .,.... .
Here Coach Fisher lifted Heik- Elliott, of ......
kinen and sent J. T. White to the Wikel, lb......
hill. He retired the side in the Bdycombe, lb
third, but in the fourth, Normal Weisenberger, ss
came back to score six runs to Tomasi, 2b ...
come within one of tying the Ketterer, 3 b ...
game. erce, 3b ... .
It was one of the strangest W e ., if
innings, the Hurons got only one -if......
hit, but White walked five bat- Kulkinski, c ...,
ters, and Jack Weisenberger lIaicok, e ..
committed three consecutive er- Ieikkinen, p
rors to help the Iurons to their M(Donaltl .
six run splurge. Morrison ..
With Martin twirling for the McKeachie *
Hurons. Michigan came back in White, . T., p
the fifth inning to score the decid- '-midtke, p
ing runs. Three base-hits com- T1otals .. ...... 3
bined wtih five passes gave the *:batted for Kt
Wolverines five more tallies be- **atter for WI
foie Martin halted the rally. .**Ratted for Sc]
Schmidtke and Fancett fin- "
ished the pitching chores far the Michigan Norma
Wolverines and didn't allow a hit Michigan ...... .
25c 'til 5 P.M.
30c after 5 P.M.
AVC. 7:30 p.m., Wed. April 30,
Union. Plans for the National
Convention will be made, includ-
ing adoption of platform and
nomination of delegates. All
members urged to attend.
Camp Counsellors' Club is spon-
soring a song-fest for all persons
interested, 7:30 p.m., Wed., May
30 at the W.A.B.
Delta Sigma Pi, professional
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COMPLETE SET of drums and small
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5 NAVAL OFFICERS' white uniforms.I
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