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TaJ°*i 2j947J THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Iowa

Today

Major League Standings

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NATi GlN .ik LEAGULE

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Tigers, Athletics Rained Out;
Giants Edge Cardinals, 6-5

By The Associated Press
DETROIT, May 1--A cloudburst
that struck Briggs Stadium only
10 minutes before game time
rained out the opener of the De-
troit Tigers' three-game set with
the Philadelphia Athletics today
after both clubs had taken their
batting and fielding drills.
NEW YORK, May 1-Johnny
Mize blasted his eighth homer of
the season in the seventh inning
with one on today to enable the
New York Giants to trip the St.
Louis Cardinals, 6-5 and sweer3
their three game series from the

aRedbirds, who now have lost eight
t straight games.
BROOKLYN, May 1 - The
Brooklyn Dodgers won their in-
itial 1947 series from a Western
T team today by downing the Chi-
cago Cubs, 5-2, in the rubber game
of a three game series at Ebbets
Field.
* * *
ST. LOUIS, May 1-The St.'
Louis Browns cut loose with their
heavy artillery for the second
straight day piling up 20 hits-
. three of them home runs-in a
14 to 5 victory over the Washing-
e ton Senators today.

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Wolverine Golf
Team To Face
Northwestern
Squa Seeks Third
Straight Tomorrow
Michigan's golf team will seek
to make it three in a row when
they meet the Northwestern Wild-
cats in a dual match at Evanston
tomorrow.
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer's
crew will be shooting for their
first Conference win after tak-
ing a 14-13 setback from a
strong Ohio State squad. The
overall record thus far this sea-'
sqn shows the Wolverines
sporting six wins as against'
three losses with the brand of
golf being shot constantly im-
proving.
Making the trip with Coach
Katzenmeyer will be Captain Dave
Barclay, Johnny Jenswold, Ed
Schalon, Rog Kessler, Pete El-
liott, Corky Courtright, and Bill
The University golf course
will be closed until further no-
tice due to very wet conditions.
Ludolph. Although the match will
be a six man affair Katzenmeyer
is planning to use Courtright in
the morning round of best ball
play and counter with Ludolph in
the afternoon singles matches.
The team left this morning and
is scheduled to get in an 18 hole
practice round before the match
tomorrow. The weather has held
up fairly well this week and these
seven men have mana'ged to get in
some better than average rounds
of golf.
Tops among these were two con-
secutive 74's turned in by Jens-
wold, two rounds of 73 and 76 by
Schalon and a 76 carded by Bar-
claytWednesday against Michigan
State.
But the best round of the sea-
son was turned in by a junior
varsity man yesterday when
Kenny Berke battling the wind
and the rain came in with a one
under par 71 for his 18 hole
stint.
Other junior varsity men have
been shooting impressive rounds
in recent days. Mort Cohn had
a 75 Sunday while Harvey Jones
has been registering in the high
70's quite consistently. Regularly
scheduled junior varsity matches
will continue throughout the
spring golf season.
Ann Arbor "sunshine" held off
this week'long enough for the 80
aspirants for positions as on the
three golf squads to compete in a
36 hole elimination event. The to-
tal has been sliced to 35 vying for
the 20 remaining positions and
Coach Katzenmeyer announced
that the final squad listings will
be made Monday.

Captain Wise To Oppose
Strong Hawkeye Teaum
Bob Faber, Former Con ferene Strike-out
King, To Sart Contest Against Michigan

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Michigan's baseball nine will
face the acid test this week-end to
determine their chances for the
Conference Championship when
the Iowa Hawkeyes come to Ferry
Field this afternoon for the first
of a two game series.
The Wolverines have not been
impressive in play so far this sea-
son. They have managed to amass
nine victories to date against medi-
ocre competition, but they have
dropped both of their Conference
tilts.
Wise, Rankin To Hurl
Coach Ray Fisher is expected to
send Captain Cliff Wise, dean of
the hurlers, and Walter Rankin
to the mound to face the Hawk-
eyes. Wise lost the first Confer-
ence game of his career last week-
end when he was beaten by Illi-
nois.
Coach Otto Vogel of the Hawks
brings with him a team that tops
the Conference in both team hit-
ting, and team fielding. Along with
supremacy in these two all im-
portant departments, Vogel has a
very imposing hurling staff.
Bob Faber, who was Conference
strike-out king in 1942 and 1946,
is the number one pitcher and has
been named to start against the
Wolverines this afternoon. Jack
Brunner, a left-hander, is the
number two man on the staff and
will face the Wolverines Saturday.
Hawkeyes in Third
In Conference play, the Hawk-
eyes are now in the number three
position. They have a three and
one record. They lost to Wiscon-
sin 5-4 last Saturday in an 11-
inning thriller. In addition to this
they made a clean sweep of a two
game series over the cellar-dwell-
ing Purdue Boilermakers.
Coach Fisher will be trying to
strengthen the defense around the
Frat Pulls Triple Play
Delta Upsilon defeated Chi
Psi 8-4, in Wednesday's inter-
fraternity encounter, but the
Chi Psi infield accomplished
the amazing feat of executing
a sharp triple play with the
bases loaded.
Opening up the first inning
Tonm Miller was safe at first oni
an error and advanced to sec-
ond on Parker Cumins scratch
single. Noyce Strait then sin-
gled to fill the bases with DU
runners. With none out Jerry
Dixon swung atna fast ball and
lined to Bill Roberts who step-
ped on third doubling Miller
and then threw to second trip-
ling Cumins.

horn. Errors have been very cost-
ly, and they helped Illinois score
two unearned runs last Saturday
that were enough to spell defeat
for the Maize and Blue.
Michigan Offensive Weak
In Conference play, Michigan's
offensive power was held com-
pletely in check by Illinois as the
Wolverines only managed to get
five safeties in two games. In non-
Conference play during the last
week, the offense came to life and
blasted 22 hits in two games.
If comparative scores mean any-
thing, the Wolverines are in luck.
Both team played Notre Dame and
only Michigan garnered a win. In
a slug-fest the Wolverines downed
the Irish 11-10 two weeks ago. The
Irish, however, stopped the Hawk-
eyes at South Bend in a pitching
battle 3-2.
This afternoon's game will get
under way at 3:30 p.m., but to-
morrow's contest will begin at 3:00
because of the dual track meet.

TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Boston (night)
Cincinnati at Brooklyn:
Pittsburgh at New York
St. Louis at Philedelphia
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 6, St. Louis 5
Brooklyn 5, Chicago 2

TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Detroit
New York at Chicago
Washington at St. Louis
Boston at Cleveland
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 14, Washington 5
New York at Chicago, postponed

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representatives at our office on
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6, to interview electrical and me-
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Heyiger Represents Pucksters
At National Coaches Meeting

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ARE
YOU
A
CHOOSY
BUYER?

Coach Vic Heyliger arrived in
New York this morning to be
the Wolverines' represenative at a
national meeting of hockey coaches
called to talk over the possibilities
of placing the ice sport on a na-
tional championship basis under
the National Collegiate Athletic
Association.
The get-together is the direct re-
sult of letters and invitations sent
by Heyliger to coaches all over
the country. Some thirty schools
are sending men to the sessions,
which are scheduled to last to-
day, tomorrow and Sunday.
At the initial meeting tonight
officers will be elected and an
open discussion of existing rules
will take place. The delegates will
also consider new schedules for
next winter's campaign.
This marks the first time in the
history of the sport that college

hockey coaches representing all
sections of the nation have come
together in a general conference.)
Coach Heyliger before he left ex-
pressed the firm belief that this is
the first sure step in organizing
hockey on a nation wide collegiate
level like basketball and track.
Most of the schools taking part
in the discussions are from the
Midwest and the East, although
Colorado, California and Stanford
planned to send delegates. Michi-
gan and Minnesota are the only
groups from the Big Nine, being
the only schools in the conference
having hockey squads at present.
The I-M Building will be
closed for all activities today
and tomorrow because of the
Interfraternity dance.

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