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LTIE MICHIGAN DAILY Pa

ine_ Nips Indiana, 3-;
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Thlinclads Meet Illini Today

Netters Fae
Illinois Today
At Charnpaigiir
.
A six-man Michigan 'tennis
team, still smarting under a bit-
ter 5-4 defeat by Northwestern on
Thursday, will attempt to erase
the sting by upsetting Illinois'
defending champions at Cham-
paign today.
The Wolverine contingent will
face virtually the same Illinois
squad that captured the title last
season.
Despite Michigan's loss to
Northwestern the match is ex-
pected to be a close one. Andy
Paton will face Rger Downs,
the Illini ace in the number one
match, while Fred Otto will tac-
kle left handed lienny Migdow,
At number two spot.
Fred Ziemann will be at num-
ber three for Michigan, with Cap-
tain Bill Mikulich at four, Gordon
Naugle, at five, and Hal Cook in
the six slot. /
Cook will face unbeaten Bob
Shunk in the singles finale.
The lineup in the doubles
matches will also remain un-
changed with Paton and Otto, Zie-
mann and Mikulich, Cook and
Naugle, in the one, two and three
spots.
Most pleasant surprise of re-
cent weeks has been the play
of Mikulich. After a slow start,
he rebounded to exhibit the most
.consistenit forn on the squad.
As a doubles unit Mikulich and
Freddy Ziemann have been col-
laborating like Rodgers and
Hammerstein in recent matches,
hitting a season high against
Northwestern, with a 6-3, 6-1,
win.
Naugle has also improved in rc-
cent weeks. At the beginning of
the season he was listed as num-
ber eight on the squad but he con-
cluded a starting berth campaign
last week with two straight set
victories over Dick Lincoln.
Big fNine
Staid i s

Wise Turns in Brilliant
Seven Hit Performance
Winning Run Pislled over in Eighth Inning
Wiee, Weisethiurger Pa-e Attack at Plate,

Attention Golfers
Because foursomes will be
teeing off at seven minute in-
tervals in the I-M golf tourney
from 8-3 p.m., there will be
no opportunity for those wish-
ing to play golf to get on the
University course until after 3
o'clock.
Bruising Game
Ends Spring
Grid-Practi"e

By BOB LENT
Cliff Wise's "sore arm" pitched
Michigan's baseball team into a
third place tie in Big Nine circles
yesterday as the veteran right-
hander turned in a neat seven-
hitter to spill Indiana 3-2 before
1,700 fans at Ferry Field.
The Wolverines close their home
season at 2:30 today in the final
game of the series.
Wise Fans Six
It was Wise's third conference
win of the year. He paced himself
beautifully, never allowing more
than one hit an inning except in
the third, and striking out six.
Only one of the runs the Hoosiers
got off of him was earned and no-
bodly got past first in the last six
innings.
Bob Wiese's big bat did most of
the talking for the Maize and Blue
as the Dakota Clubber continued
to pound Big Nine pitching by col-"
lecting a triple and double in four
trips to the plate. Jack Weisen-
burger snapped out of his confer-
ence batting slump also by getting
two hits and Dom Tomasi poled
out a triple to account for most of
Michigan's other stickwork.
Wiese Starts Rally
Wiese and Weisenburger com-
bined to bust up a beautiful 2-2
pitching duel between Wise and
Indiana's Ralph Bricker in the

eighth inning. With two away.
Bob rifled a double down the left
field foul line and Jack followed
it up with a sharp single to left to
send in the winning run.
In the third, the Hoosiers
jumped out to a two run lead
when Woody Litz walked, and Don
Rittler singled with one down. Ray
Krupa then lined a single to cen-
ter to score Litz and when catcher
John Kulpinski let the ball get
by him, Ritter also raced home.
Michigan wasted no time in ty-
ing things up when Wiese led off
the fourth with a lusty triple
to the tennis courts. Dom Tomasi
also poked a three bagger into deep
center and then Charley Ketterer
sent him home with the tying run
a minute later with a clean single
to left.
Finale Today
Today the two clubs wind up the
series with either Walter "Bud"
Rankin or Art Dole slated to face
Jack Normington who has split
even in two Big Nine starting as-
signments. The game marks the
last, time the local faithful will get
a chance to see the 1947 Wolver-
ine diamond edition in action.
Indiana ... 002 000 000-2 7 1
Michigan . 000 200 Olx-3 8 2
Bricker and Birke
Wise and Kulpinski, Raymond

'McKen leyandCompany'
Picked over Wolverines
Paced by record breaking Herb McKenley, Illinois' Big Nine and
National Intercollegiate track champions will take on the Wolverine
thinclads in a dual meet at 2 p.m. today on Ferry Field.
Hailed as one of the strongest teams in the history of the sport,
the Illini are smarting from an upset defeat from Southern California.
Bob Rehberg, conference mile champ, and "Dike" Eddlemen, 6'7"
high jumper, are Illini favorites while Chuck Fonville and Herb Bar-
ten are expected to win for Michigan.
in the 880, Herb Barten, Michigan's indoor record-holder,
has turned in the fastest outdoor time to date, a 1:55.5 against
Indiana. If pushed he could duplicate his 1:52.9 of the indoor
:cason.
If Wolverine Bill Osgood can match his California hurdle-topping
-~ ---performance in the 220 yard lows,

Teams
Detroit
Boston
Cleveland
Chicago
New York
Philadelphia
Wasington
St. Louis

Spring's sneak
fall's Michigan
came to a close

preview of next
football eleven
yesterday after-'

.

EIGHT STRAIGHT?:
Strong Purdue rfel11I1 Plays
Host to M' Linksters Today

noon with a final bruising inter-
squad scrimmage session that saw'
the "Blues" overpower the "Reds"
with a seven-touchdown on-
slaught.
Using no set squads, Coach H.
0. "Fritz" Crisler threw in dif-
ferent combinations to test the
ability of individuals on both off-,
ense and defense. The late winter
that has been plaguing Ann Ar-
bor recently has prevented the
Wolverine grid mentor from get-
ting any good idea of just what
material he had on hand.
"This year's spring practice,"
said Crisler yesterday after the
scrimmage, "has left much to be
desired. The weather hasn't
allowed us much time to get a
line on next season's possibili-
ties."
Several newcomers have made
good showings, he declared how-
ever. He cited, as examples,
Dick Kempthorn and Holloway in
the backfield, and Al (the Second)
Wistert, Pete Dendrinos, and
Ralph Kohl in the line.
Kempthorn has been heralded
one of Michigan's better fullback
prospects since the days of one
Robert Westfall. He's a little tall-
er than the stubby All-American
was, and he uses it all in ram-
ming through any opposition he
encounters.
In yesterday's affair, Don
Kuick began the scoring jam-
boree with an eight yard reverse
around right end. A few min-
utes later Kempthorn made it
two when he snatched a bad
lateral from the ground and cir-
cled the left flank for six yards
and the goal.
Then a "Blue" backfield com-
posed of Kepthorn at full, Gene
Derricotte and Kuick at the halfs,
and Bill Bartlett at quarter took
over with a display of ball-hand-
ling that resulted in a Derricotte
score on the trusty lateral play.3

i''Yachts ment
rlet Denisort.
After a two week layoff, the
Michigan Sailing Club will again
take to the water in competition
when it meets Denison College in
a dual meet beginning at 1 p.m.
today at Whitmore Lake.
Michigan will probably use dif-
ferent crews from those that took
first point honors in initial Mid-
West Sailing Regatta held here
two weeks ago. This will give more
members a chance to see action in
actual competition. Denison, in
this regatta, finished last in a
field of five schools, 16 points be-
hind first place honors.
Michigan's crew, scheduled to
go to the Annual Morse Bowl Re-
gatta to be held at Providence,
R. I., next week, will be unable to
participate due to financial rea-
sons. None of the eligible crews
can afford the expense involved
in making such a trip.
Tomorrow will find Michigan
State competing with Michigan
and Denison in a triangular meet
starting at 9 a.m. State was orig-
inally supposed to meet Michgan
in a dual mneet today, but that
was changed. In the Mid-West
Regatta, the Spartans finished
third but won the trophy due to
the ineligibility of the first two
schools.
Young Turns Pro
NEW YORK, May 16-(P)--
Buddy Young, Illinois University's
squat Negro speedster on the grid-
iron and in track, signed a pro
football contract with the New
York Yankees of the All-America
Conference today.

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he will finish three tenths of a
second ahead of Illinois' Herb
Matter. Supposedly, Conference
champ George Walker is out with
a pulled muscle.
In the two mile Michigan's
Alex Morris can shade Illini
Paul Huston on the basis of past
performances. Illinois' John
Twomey, out recently, could run,
and he has turned in a 9:17 for
the grind. Captain Charlie
Birdsall of the Wolverines is out
with a bad foot.
Charlie Fonville, Michigan's
champion shot putter, is favored
over Norm Wasser in both the
shot and the discus. With a tre-
mendous heave of 53 ft. 11 in. in
the Ohio State meet, Fonville es-
tablished himself as far and away
the best weight man in the coun-
try. Pressed by Wasser indoors,
Fonville has over a foot edge on
his burly competitor in the out-
door season.
265 Men Bein
I-Il Golf Tourney
That golf has taken its place
as one of the favorite sports is
shown by the 265 golfers, repre-
senting every fraternity, residence
hall, and eight independent teams,
who will tee off this morning in
the annual Intramural links
tournament for each division
above.
A five man team total will be
the basis for determining the win-
ner. Foursomes will begin touring
the fairways at 8 a.m. with the
last group getting underway at 3
p.m.
COLLEGE BASEBALL
Iowa 8, Minnesota 7
Notre Dame 7, Ohio State 5
Illinois-Purdue, postponed

A confident but cautious Wol-
verine golf squad, in quest of their
eighth straight triumph and their
12th in 15 tests will tee off this
morning on the Purdue University
course.
"The Purdue match ought to
give us a pretty good idea of the
type of threat the Boilermakers
will be in the Big Nine meet," de-
clared Bert Katzenmeyer, coach
of Michigan's defending titlists.
Prepare for Championships
"Furthermore," he added, "Our
boys will be getting acquainted
with the Purdue fairways in pre-
paration for the Conference tour-
nament." The Big Nine champ-
ionships will be held there May
30-31.
The Wolverine linksmaster ex-

pects stiff competition from the
Boilermakers, who held powerful
Ohio State to a tieearly this sea-
son. This is one reason why he
has selected a capable eight-man
Michigan team, including Cap-
tain Dave Barclay, Ed Schalon,
John Jenswold, Bill Courtwright,
Pete Elliott, Paul O'Hara, Bill
Ludolph, and Jack Vezina.
Kessler Remains Home,
Rog Kessler, who paced Michi-
gan to their latest victory Thurs-
day against Michigan State with
a 75, did not make the Lafayette
trip yesterday morning because of
his heavy studies. In his stead,
Coach Katzenmeyer took along
Vezina, a jayvee standout early
1 this year.

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