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IVwD~ S riV2 AP1-IT 30, 1947

THE MICHIGAN IDAIL

Michigan Blan
i Nine Cops Series as Dole
Hurls Seven Hit Game
Hitters Break Loose with Six Runs in Ninth;
Three Twin Killings Feature Tough Defense
By BEV BUSSEY
Art Dole, lanky right-hander, pitched the team's first shutouta
of the season, blanking the Detroit University Titans, 8-0, yesterday
at the U. of D. field to give the Wolverines a clean sweep of their
home and home series.
The Titan batters were completely handcuffed by Dole's remark-
able control pitching as he gave up seven scattered singles. Only in
the eighth frame did they threaten to break into the scoring column
when the first two Titan batters singled and advanced on a sacrifice.
Bearing down harder, Dole made the next two ground out with Weis-
enburger throwing one man out at the plate to save Dole's shutout.
t The Wolverine infielders over-

Titans, 8-O, for First Shutout

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Baseball
Round-up
Detroit Defeats Red Sox
DETROIT, April 29-Held to
four hits by Virgil Trucks and Hal
White, the Boston Red Sox lost
their western debut, 8 to 3, today
to the Detroit Tigers, who col-
lected ten hits to beat Tex Hugh-
son. Trucks was the winner.
Pirates Top Phillies 6-2
PHILADELPHIA, April 29-
Hank Greenberg's big bat, which
has not been too potent this
spring, provided the margin of vic-
tory as the Pittsburgh Pirates de-
feated the Philadelphia Phillies,
6 to 2, in the first game of the
western invasion of the east here
today before 7,386.
Dodgers Whip Cubs
BROOKLYN, April 29 -The
Brooklyn Dodgers tightened their
grip on first place in the National
League today by downing the Chi-
cago Cubs, 10-6 for their sixth
win in a row and their eighth
without a loss at Ebbets Field.
The victory snapped a. four
game Chicago winning streak and
dropped the Bruins into a second
place deadlock with the Pittsburgh
Pirates. * 0
Griants Trim Sty. Louis 7-2
NEW YORK, April 29-Paced by
Johnny Mize, who belted his sev-
enth homer of the season, the New
Cork Giants trounced the St. Louis
Cardinals, 7-2 today to snap a five
game losing streak and vacate the
National League's cellar in favor
of the Red Birds.

came their fumblitis of the last
few games as they gave Dole su-
perb support by executing three
double plays, one from Chuck
Ketterer to Dom Tomasi to Howie
Wikel and a pair whipping from
Weisenbu'rger to Tomasi to Wi-
kel. To left fielder Ralph Morri-
son goes credit for one of the
most sensational catehes of this
or any other game as he speared
a ball tagged as a home run in
his outstretched glove while run-
ning full speed toward the fence.
In the fourth inning the
Maize and Blue sent their first
run across the plate when Paul
White led off with a triple to
deep center. Bump Elliott and
Wikel could do nothing, but
Wiese came through with a sin-
gle to center, scoring White.
After two men were out in the
ninth, the Wolverines got hot and
put on a six-run scoring spree,
bunching four hits, two walks and
an error by shortstop Bob Gor-
man for the tallies. Wikel got
credit for driving in two runs as
he singled to center with the bases
loaded, scoring Dole and Morri-
son, and when the center fielder
bobbled the ball, Elliott came rac-

ing in with the final
Michigan, AB
White, If 3
Elliott, of 5
Wikel, lb 5
Wiese, rf 4
Weisenburger, ss 3
Tomasi, 2b 4
Ketterer, 3b 4
Raymond, c 3
Dole, p 3
Bodycombe 1
Totals 36
Detroit AB
Wright, ef 4
Gorman, ss 4
Prendergast, 2b 4
Byerlein, rf; 4
Orr, If 4
Hintz, lb 4
Heym, 3b 3
Pendergass, c 2
Miller, p 3
Total 32'

tally.
R HI
1 1
2 1
0 1
0 2
0 0
1 2
1 1
0 1
1 0
1 1
8 10
R H
0 0
0 3
0 0
0 0
0 2
0 1
0 1
0 0
0 0
0 7

PO
0
1
11
2
0
4
1
5
0
0
27
PO
2
3
3
4
7
2
3
0
27

STAR SECOND SACKER-Dom
Tomasi, who participated in
three twin killings and garnered
two singles and a walk to lead
the Maize and Blue to an 8-0
victory.
Athletic Board
Decisions Get
Mixed Replies
By JERRY ALEXANDER
The decision of the Board in
Control of Intercollegiate Athlet-
ics at Michigan last Friday to
reinstate gymnastics, postpone'
boxing and take no action on fen-
cing has been met with mixed
feelings.
According to Newt Loken, coach
of the Gymnastic Club, "The
forming of a gymnastic team for
next year comes as a wonderful
surprise to all of us. The boys
are looking forward to competi-
tion next year and a chance to
show what they can do."
Wolverines Join Other Schools
Michigan now joins Minnesota.
Illinois, Northwestern and Indi-
ana in formal Big Nine competi-
tion in this sport. The mainstays
of next year's squad will prob-
ably be Glen Neff, Bob Schoen-
dube, Tom Tillman, Bob Willough-
by, Dave Lake, Dick Fashbaugh.
Chico Kennedy, and Lyle Clark.
The boys will compete in the fly-
ing rings, side and long horse
events, high and parallel bars.
Competition in the trampoline is
being considered, but as things
now stand this event is not sched-
uled.
Coach Not Happy
The unofficial coach of the box-
ing team, Lee Setomer, was a, bit
downcast as he said, "All the box-
ers, plenty of fans and myself
were very disappointed at the
Athletic Board's action in ban-
ning boxing for next year. The
Board sanctioned intramural
fights and yet won't let us com-
pete with other schools. I can't
see the difference, for once you're
in that ring fighting it is imma-
terial whether the opposition i
o an intramural variety, or from
some other school. Although there
were two fatalities in the sport
last year, neither was in college
ranks. And the threat of profes-
sionalism is no more in evidence
in boxing than in several other
going college sports at the present
time."
Fencers Want Chance
Ray Chambers, one of the fen-
cers, was quoted as saying, "Al-
though we didn't have a petition
before the Board, we were hoping
for some sort of encouragement.
We can't show our ability unless
we get some organized competi-
tion, and we can't get that unless
we are a team." When asked to
comment on the fact that the
Gymnastic Club became a team
without sending in any petitions,
the answer was, "No comment."

'M' Coli Squad
Defeats Wayne
On Links Here'
Jenswold Medalist
In Easy 25-2 Victory
By MURRAY GRANT
Battling a heavy Southern wind
and a still soggy course the Mich-
igan golf squad opened their home
season yesterday with an easy 25-
2 rout of a fair Wayne link team.
Johnny Jenswold led the Maize
and Blue sextet as he put together
two rounds of 37 to come in with
a two over par 74. Following Jens-
wold for medalist honors was Ed
Schalon, who teamed with Jens-
wold and who put together identi-
cal nines of 38 to card a 76.
Playing three foursomes with
point score divided three for
each nine and three for total
points, in all the three Wolver-
ines twosomes had little trouble
in taking care of the Tartar
linksters.
Jenswold and Schalon took eight
points in their match with Larry
Opalka and Gordon Verville, while
Pete Elliott and "Corky" Court-
right garnered eight out of nine
points in their 18 holes. The third
duo of Paul O'Hara and Jack
Vezina also took 8/ of the nine
points to give Michigan an easy
win.
Jenswold and Schalon also took
honors in the best ball event with
33-36 for a 69 round while their
opponents carded a 37-36 to half
the back nine and card a 73.
The last half point was lost
by Vezina and O'Hara as they
halted the best ball tourney on
the back nine with 38's.
Michigan plays again this af-
ternoon when they meet a strong
Michigan State team on the Uni-
versity Course. This will be an
eight man match with the first
foursome scheduled to tee o f at
approximately 1:00 p.m.
The Spartans are not regarded
as soft touches by Wolverine men-
tor Bert Katzenmeyer even though
they lost to a powerful Ohio State
squad earlier in the season by a
22-8 count.
* *
SUMMARIES
Singles
Jenswold (M) 37-37-74 defeated
Opalka (W) 41-41-82-5 and 4
Schalon (M) 38-38,76 defeated Ver-
ville (W) 42-39-81-5 and 4
Elliott (M) 44-37-81 defeated Greg-
ory (W) 43-41-84-2 up
Courtright (MV) 42-42-84 deeated
Jawar (W) 47-45-92-7 and 6 t
Vezina (M) 41-40-81 defeated
Maisevich (W) 42-41-83-2 up
O'Hara (M) 43-44-87 defeated Nos-
sal (W) 47-43-90-5 and 4
TEAM SCORE: Mihign 18, Wayne
0
Best Ball
Jenswold-Schalon (M) 33-36-69
defeated Opalka-Vervil e (W) 37-36
-73
Eliott-Courtright (M) 40-35-75 de-
feated Jawar-Gregory (W) 36-41-77
Vezina-O'Hara (M) 38-38-76 de-
feated Nossal-Maisevich (W) 42-38-
80
TEAM SCORE: Michigan 2---2-2/
-7, Wayne- %-1-! %-2
FINAL SCORE: Michigan 25, Wayne
2

Wolverine Neuers Meet
MSC Squad Here Today

Fresh from an unsuccessful 6-3
argument with Notre Dame, one
of the nation's tennis powers this
season, Michigan State's netters
move into Ann Arbor at 2:30 p.m.
today to provide the Wolverines
with their first stiff test of the
home campaign.
The Spartans boast a powerful
squad which, like Michigan, holds
a 6-1 verdict over Purdue. In ad-
dition the State boys swept a
double header with Virginia on
their Southern tour, winning both
matches, 5-4, the same score by
which the Cavaliers beat Michi-
gan.
Paton Faces Reynolds
Highlighting the match will be
the number one singles contest
which will pit State's Al Reynolds
against the Wolverines home-
grown ace, Andy Paton of Ann
Arbor.
Reynolds pushed Notre Dame's
Jimmy Evert all the way, last Sat-
urday, before dropping a three-

flashed improved form this week.
set thriller. Paton, meanwhile has
He turned in one brilliant set
against Dave Rogers and coasted
through a second. He followed
this with a scintillating 6-1, 6-3
practice victory over Fred Otto.
At the number two position,
Otto will match strokes with Rog-
er Cessna, who was at number
one for the Spartans last season,
while at number three an ex-
Spartan, Fred Ziemann, takes on
State's Shingleton.
Paton and Otto in Doubles
Ziemann blitzed Captain Bill
Mikulich in straight sets Monday
to retain the third position. Mi-
kulich and Chuck of State will
battle it out in number four. Dick
Lincoln, the Wolverines' left-
handed freshman, will be at num-
ber five and Hal Cook at number
six, while Bob Malaga and Jim
Elliott will probably round out the
Spartans' singles lineup.

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(Continued from Page 2)
May 4; and drawings by Maurice
Sterne through May 18; Alumni
Memorial M{all, daily, except Mon-
days, 10-12 and 2-5; Sundays 2-5;
Wednesday evenings 7-9. The pub-
lic is cordially invited.
Events Today
University Radio Program:
2:30 p.m., Station WKAR, 870
Kc. Modern Painting Series-Mr.
Carl Sheppard, Jr., Instructor in
Fine Arts, "Paul Gauguin."
2:45 p.m., Station WKAR, 870
Kc. School of Music-Sinfoniette,
Emil Raab, conductor.
5:45 p.m., Station WPAG, 1050
Kc. Campus News.
Assoiation of U. of M. Scien-

tists' discussion group on atomic
energy, 7:30 p.m., East Council
Room, Rackham Bldg.
American Society of Mechanical
Engineers, Student Chapter. Open
meeting, 7:30 p.m., Rm. 229, W.
Engineering Bldg. Speaker: Mr.
L. J. Bishop, Chief Engineer, Me-
chanical Handling Systems, Inc.
Two sound motion pictures will be
shown.
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.
Coffee hour will follow. The public
is invited.
Flying Club: Open meeting,
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