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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DIUTLV

SUNDAY. MAY- It.

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'Tennis and Track

Illini Take Eight Firsts .
For 80-49 Track Win
McKenley Paces Illinois Taking 440, 220;
Osgood, Fonville Set Pace for Wolverines
By BUD WEIDFNTIIAL
The University of Illinois track team splashed their way to a
lop-sided 80-49 victory over the fighting Michigan Wolverines on a
muddy Ferry Field track yesterday afternoon.
The Illini were sparked by the brilliant performance of "hurry-
ing" Herb McKenley, who ran the quarter mile in 48.4 seconds and
then came back to win the 220 yd. dash. McKenley's performance in
the "440" was exceptionally fine considering the sloppy condition of
the track.
Eight first places went to the National Intercollegiate champions

FOR 'BLOOD, SWEAT AND TEARS>
Chicago Alumni Aiwcrd Gien Every Sprinig
For Improvement- i. Spring Grid Practice

Two Doubles Wins Give
Illinois Slim 5-4 Margin

from Champaign while the Wol.
verines were able to capture six.
Osgood, Fonville Win Two
Bill Osgood and Chuck Fonville
were double winners for Michigan
both, turning in fine performances
Osgood was particularly impres-
sive in his twin hurdle victories
while Ponville continued his dom-
ination of Illinois' Norm Wasser
heaving the shot 53 feet 7s2 inch-
es and out-tossed his closest com-
the discus by eleven feet.
the discuss by eleven feet.
Michigan's sprint artist, Val
Johnson, pushed Herb McKenley
all the way to finish second in the
"220" and also finished in th(
number two position behiid Bill
Mathis in the "100."
Barten Takes '880'
Herb Barten, Wolverine indoor
half-mile champion, edged team-
mate Chuck Low by a step to
win the "880" in 1:57.7. Barten
finished third behind Illinois' Bob
Rehberg in the mile.
In the afternoon finale the Wol-
verines regained some prestige by
turning in a surprising victory in
the mile relay in 3:25.5. Mel Det-
wiler led off for Michigan, fol-
lowed by George Shepherd who
opened up on the second lap and
provided the Wolverines with a
15-yard lead. Val Johnson ran
third and relinquished almost ten
yards.
Dick Forrestel and Ilini Bob
Rehberg fought a terrific duel in
the final lap. Forrestel was able
to maintain a five-yard lead, how-
ever, to bring the Wolverines out
on top.
Because of the rain, three field
events were held in Yost Field
House, all completely dominated
by Illinois. Pole vaulter Bob Rich-
ards turned in the best perform-
ance of the year as he cleared the
bar at 14 feet 3%, inches. Although
it was the best vault ever regis-
tered in the field house, it was not
allowed as an official record be-
cause of the fact that this is the
outdoor season and Richards has
had the benefit of two extra
months practice beyond the ter-
mination of the indoor season.
Dwight Eddleman emerged vic-
torious in the high jump, clearing
6 feet 4 inches, while another Illi-
ni, Don Leuthold, took first place
honors in the broad jump with
a leap of 23 feet 4 inches.
The Wolverines failed to place
in the two-mile,. due to the ab-
sence of Captain Charles Birdsall,
who is Conference champion. Il-
linois' John Twomey won the dis-
tance grind in 9:41.3.
Faultless Romps
To Win in Withers
NEW YORK, May 17 -(P)-
They threw a $25,000 party for
Faultless at Belmont in the With-
ers Stakes today, and last week's
Preakness winner did just what
the guest of honor is expected to
do in such cases - only easier.
He waltzed in by two lengths
for the entertainment of a crowd
of 49,810 who had backed him
down to the $4.30-for-$2 favor-
ite's spot.

Mile run--Won by Rehberg
(I), second Karkow ((I), third
Barten (M). .Time: 4 minutes
24.5.
440-yard dash-Won by Mc-
Kenley (1), second Forrestel
(M), third Vranek (I). Time:
48.4.
..100-yard dash-Won by Math-
is (I), second Johnson (M),
third Cook (1). Time: 10.1.
120-yard high hurdles-Won
by Osgood (M), second Shuman
(I), third Briggs (1). Time: 15.5.
Shot put-Won by Fonville
(M), 52 ft. 71 in.; second Was-
ser (I), third ElY (I).
880-yard run-Won by Bar-
ten (M), second Low (M), third
Bedell (I). Time 1:57.7.
High jump--Won by Eddie-
man (I), 6 ft. 4 in.; second Irons
(I), Tie for third between Har-
ris, Gardner and Calhoun (all
of Michigan).
220-yard dash-Won by Mc-
Kenley (I), second Johnson
(M), third Mathis (I). 'ime
22.4.
Two mile run-Won by Two-
mey (I), second Huston (I),
third Downs (I). Time: 9:41.3.
220-yard low hurdles--Won by
Osgood (M), second Matter (I),
third Shuman (I). Time: 24.8.
Broad jump-Won by Leuth-
old (I), 23 ft. 4 in.; second Tran-
del (I), third Irons (I).
Discus-Won by Fonville (M),
140 ft. 8 'in., second Ely (I),
third Baumgartner (M).
Pole Vault-Won by Richards
(I), 14 ft. 314 in.; second Mat-
ter (I), third Ulvestead (M).
Mile relay-Won by Michigan
(Detwiler, Shepherd, Johnson,
Forrestel). Time: 3:25.3.

By SEYMOUR SONKIN
The Chicago Alumni Award,
given annually to the Wolverine
Wistert Wins
Yearly Trophy
The name of Wistert rings out
again on the Michigan football
scene, as brother Alvin, third
member of the famous Wistert
family was awarded the Chicago
Alumni trophy for showing the
greatest improvement in spring
practice.
Like.Francis and Albert, he
puts his 6 ft. 3 in., 220 lb. frame
to work at the tackle position, but
unlike his brothers, "Moose" is
the first; of the clan to win this
trophy. Wistert is a transfer stu-
dent from Boston University,
where he held down the staring
berth at tackle last fall, playing
50 minutes regularly.

gridder showing the greatest im-
provement in spring practice, be-I
gan its long and interesting his-
tory in 1925.
Its purpose, according to Meyer
Morton who made the first andI
all subseauent presentations, is toj
stimulate interest among the can-
didates during spring practice,
when the glamour and thrills of
competition are absent.
Trophy Awarded to Newcomers
Although no such provision has
been specifically stated, it has be-
come the custom to award the
trophy to tryouts who are spend-
ing their first year on the campus.
As a result, nobody has come up
with the prize more than once.
The first gridder to take the cup
was Ray B&;r of Louisville, Ken.-
tucky. Today he is a highly re-
spected coach in the Louisville
school system.
Ccithaml Among Winners
Since 1925, many footballers up-
on. whom Michigan looks back
with pride have walked off with

the honors. Herman Everhardus,
the 1932 selection, was the lead-
ing Big Ten scorer in 1933;
George Rich, who took the award
in 1926, captained the 1929 out-
fit; Mervin Pregulman, the 1942
winner, was chosen to the All-
American team of 1943.
Mih *1 (Yan (d ana
Rain washed away Michigan's
last small hopes for the Big Nine
baseball pennant yesterday as
cancellation of the final home tilt,.
the second game of the Indiana
.eries, cinched the title for Illi-
nois who split a double bill with
Purdue yesterday, thereby wind-
ing up its Conference season with
a 9-3 record. Michigan, with four
wins and three defeats to its
credit, now has only four more Big
Nine tilts left to play.

HERB MCKENLEY-The Fly-
ing Jamaican who chalked up a
double victory for Illinois yes-
terday at Ferry Field, taking
firsts in the quarter mile and
220 yard dash.

Go flers Trampled by -emaes

Paton, Mikulich, Cook
Score for Wolverines
Speciail To The 1):01Y
CHAMPAIGN, Ill,, May 17-
Illinois and Michigan, the big two
in Western Conference tennis this
season, let here in a dual match
this afternoon. w i t h Illinois
squeezing out a 5 to 4 victory.
victory.
Each team won three singles
of the three doubles for the team
matches. But the Illini took two
victory.
Paton Wins
Andy Paton, the Wolverines
number one man, dropped Roger
Downs in a bitter match, 5-7, 7-5,
10-8. It was a strenuous day for
both boys, because they met again
in the number one doubles, and
again battled to an overlong de-
cision under the hot sun. Paton,
pair ing with Otto for Michigan,
won over Illinois' duo of Downs
and Ben Migdow, 2-6, 9-7, 7-5.
Doubles Provides Margin
The match that gave Illinois its
victory came in the doubles, when
Mel Randoll and Fred Steers, be-
hind four games to one in the first
set to Gotd an Naugle and Hal
Cook, rallied beautifully for the
win, 6-4, 6-2.
Hal Cook handed Illinois' Char-
lie Schunk his first setback of tile
season in singles play when he
banged the Illini, 6-3, 6-1. Fred
Otto bowed to Ben Migdow in
number two singles, bowing 6-1,
SUMMARIES
Singles --
Andy Paton (M) defeated
Roger Downs, 5-7, 7-5, 10-8.
Ben Migdow (I) defeated Fred
Otto, 6-1, 6-1.
Dave Brown (1I) defeated Fred
Ziersann, 6-0, 6-4.
Bill Mikulich (M) defeated
Fred Steers, 11-9, 7-5.
Mel Randoll (I) defeated Gor-
dan Naugle, 6-2, 6-1.
Hal Cok (M) defeated Charles
Schunk, 6-3, 6-1.
Doubles -
Randoll and Steers! defeated
Naugle and Cook, 6-4, 6-2.
Dave Brown and Joey Weiss
(I) defeated Ziemann and Mi-
kulich, 8-6, 9-7.
Paton and Otto (M) defeated
Downs and Migdow, 2-6, 9-7,
7-5.
Illini Nine a1inches

Sailin Tody
Michigan's sailing club will
play host to Michigan State
and Denison college in a tri-
angular sailing regatta to be
staged at Whitmore Lake to-
day beginning at 9 a.m., as
yesterday's scheduled dual meet
with Denison was called off
because of ra'n.
Yaniks Take Tw
The Yankees came from behind
in each game with the Chicago
White Sox to win both ends of
their dobuleheader 4-3. The dou-
ble victory, coupled with Cleve-
land's 2-1 loss to Washington, en-
abled the Yankees to vault into
third place, the White Sox drop-
ping into s i x t h place behind
Cleveland and Washington.

Schalon Gets Only W-)Skgles
Victory in 261/ 291 2 Defe

Major League Roundup

Braves Lead League
NEW YORK, May 17-(P)-The
Boston Braves are the new oc-
cupants of first place in the Na-
tional League today, but most of
the attention is focused on the
amazing New York Giants who
are breathing on the necks of the
tribe with five straight conquests
in their western invasion.
The Braves moved past the Chi-
cago Cubs by shading the Card-
inals 3-2 in St. Louis to salvage
one game of their three-game
series. Phil Masi's home run and
triple were good for two runs,
enough to enable southpaw War-
"n Spahn to register his sixth
victory without a defeat.
The Giants moved into second
place by percentage points over
the Cubs by handing the Bruins
their third straight lacing, 3-1.
A two-run rally in the 11th won
for the Giants with southpaw
Dave Koslow winning a hurling
duel from rookie righthander
Doyle Lade. Pinch hitter Joe La-
fata's single brought in the tie-
breaking run for the Giants.
Pirates Blank Dodgers
Pittsburgh moved into fourth
place by shutting out the Brook-

lyn Dodgers 4-0 and the Philadel-
phia Phils retained sixth place
behind the Dodgers by finishing
off the Cincinnati Reds 6-3.
Tigers Shade A's, 2-
The Detroit Tigers, behind the
eight-hit pitching of Hal New-
houser, won another close one
from the Philadelphia Athletics
2-1 to increase their first placei
margin in the American League.
A home run by Hoot Evers in
the top of the ninth broke up a
scoreless pitching duel between
Newhouser and Philadelphia's Joe
Coleman. The blow, with Pat
Mullin on base, gave Newhouser,
who fanned 10, a 2-0 lead. The A's
loaded the bases with none out in
their half of the ninth, but could
manufacture only a single run as!
Newhouser registered his third
victory.

Special To The Daily
LAFAYE'TE, Ind., May 17 -
The Wolverine golfers, defending
Big Nine champions, got a bitter
taste today of the Purdue course
where the Conference meet will
be held this year, as the power-
ful Boilermakers hammered out a
261-9' victory to serve notice
of their title hopes.
Carding a three over par 74,
Ed Schalon captured the lone
individual match for the Maize
and Blue and then teamed with
Paul O'Hara in putting together
two blazing nines totaling 69 to
win Michigan's only best ball
match.
The sub-par rounds by Fred
Wampler, Indianapolis freshman,
established a new competitive
course record and a spectacular
hole-in-one on the fly by Gene
Nemeth, South Bend veteran,
were among the scoring high-
lights for Purdue's well-balanced
golf squad.
Nemeth's hole-in-one, which
found the ball landing squarely
in the cup, was scored on the
110-yard twelfth hole during
Sox Bow to Browns
The Sox bowed to St. Louis in
Boston, 3-1. Ellis Kinder limited
the Red Sox to six blows in his
first start for the Browns, who
thus took the odd game of a three
game series with Boston. The
Yankees spotted the White Sox
three runs in each game but came
back to win behind Frank Shea
and Spud Chandler. Joe DiMag-
gio's ninth inning homer broke
up the first game.
After tying the Indians 1-1 in
the last half of the ninth,, the
Senators scored the winning run
in the 10th when pinch hitter
Sherry Robertson singled to bring
in Gerry Priddy from second.

the morning best ball foursomes
which the Boilermakers won, 8 1,/
to 31.
Wampler, paired with Nemeth
in the morning, had a medal
round of 69 including a sensa-
tional 32 on the back nine, and
the Boilermaker twosome ended
up with a best ball of 64 as com-
pared with a par of 71.
Wampler came right back in
the afternoon individual matches
with a 68 to trim Dave Barclay,
Michigan's number one player,
who carded a 72, 3 to 0.
The Boilermakers, smart i n g
from their lone defeat of the sea-
son at the hands of Illinois in an
upset last Thursday, left little
doubt of their superiority, win-
ning two and tying one of the
four morning foursomes, and los-
ing only one of the eight after-
noon individual' matches.
THE SUMMARY:
Best Ball Foursomes - Wam-
pler and Nemeth (64) Purdue
defeated Barclay and Courtright
(74) Michigan 3-0; Schalon and
O'Hara (69) Michigan defeat-
ed Cleary and Marsee (70) Pur-
due 2-1; Hesler andsDahl (71)
Purdue defeated Jenswold and
Ludolph (73) Michigan 3-0;
Lamb and Koehler (73) Purdue
tied Elliott and Vezina (74)
Michigan 1l to 1%
Individual Matches - Wam-
pler (68) Purdue defeated Bar-
clay (72) Michigan 3-0; Koeh-
ler (75) Purdue defeated O'Hara
(79) Michigan 3-0; Marsee (76)
Purdue defeated Ludolph (79)
Michigan 2, to ; Dahl (72)
Purdue defeated Elliott (76)
Michigan 3-0; Hesler (75) Pur-
due defeated Courtright (77)
Michigan 2-1; Schalon (74)
Michigan defeated Cleary (75)
Purdue 2!l to l; Nemeth (72)
Purdue defeated Jenswold (75)
Michigan 21 to ; Lamb (79)
Purdue tied Vezina (79) Mich-
igan 11 to 11.
TODAY'S GAMES
(AMERICAN LEAGUE)
Detroit at Boston (2)
Cleveland at New York
Chicago at Washington (2)
St. Louis at Philadelphia (2)

jackie' Picks
Diamond Idol
It's C:reenbe#'
PITTSBURGH, May 17-(A)-
Jackie Robinson, first Negro play-
er in the Major Leagues, has
picked a diamond hero--rival first
baseman Hank Greenberg of the
Pittsburgh Pirates.
Here's why:
Robinson and Greenberg collid-
ed in a play at first base dur-
ing the current Brooklyn Dodger-
Pirate series. The next time
Jackie came down to the sack,
Hank said:
"I forgot to ask you if you were
hurt in that play."
Assured that Robinson was un-
harmed, Greenberg added:
"Stick in there. You're doing
fine. Keep your chin up."
This encouragement from an
established diamond great heart-
ened Robinson who has been the
subject of reported anti-racial
treatment elsewhere and admits
he has undergone "jockeying -
some of it pretty severe."
"Class tells. It sticks out all over
Mr. Greenberg," Robinson de-
clared.
Badgers, OSU
Thinclads Win
MADISON, Wis., May 17-(AP)-
Wisconsin'sndefeated track team
registered its third straight dual
victory today, defeating previously
unbeaten Minnesota in rain-
soaked Camp Randall Stadium,
66% to 622.
Five new meet records and two
Camp Randall marks were set.
Fortune Gordien, Minnesota
weight star, accounted for the new
Randall records. He tossed the
shot 50 feet and three inches to
erase the mark of 45 feet, 4/2
inches set in 1917 by Wisconsin's
Arlie Mucks
* * *
COLUMBUS, Ohia, May 17-(UP)
-Ohio State University trackmen,
still winners of all but one dual
meet in the last three years, sub-
merged the University of Ihdiana,
75 to 54, today on a cinder track
nearly ankle deep from a driving
spring rain.

Phys Eds, Chi
Psi, Hinsdale
Wit I-M Golf
Shooting a low 335 for a four-
man team total, the Phys. Eds.
took first in the independent divi-
sion of the I-M golf tournef yes-
terday while Chi Psi with a 350
took first in tie fraternity match-
es and Hindsdale House in the
East Quad took first in the resi-
dence hall division with 365.
Because of th', previous rain and
intermittent downpours the golf-
ers had a very soggy course to
'ontend with, but 205 golfers en-
tered in the I-M competition,
some teeing off on University golf
couse as early as 8 a.m. and con-
tinuing the matches throughout
the day.
Low man for the day was
Malcolm Dale, shooting an 8
to spark the Phys Eds on to
their victory.' Not only did the
Phys Eds win in their division
but they also shot the lowest
scre for any four-man team.
Those assisting in the victory
were Sam Davis completing the
course with al 82, Ralph Burt
85, and Dale Stolsteimer shoot-
ing an 88.
Second in the Independent di-
vision was the Newman Club tak-
ing a total of 380 shots.
The first place Chi Psi's were
paced by the near-dow score of
81 turned in by Lloyd Taft. Other
men spurring the Chi Psi's to vic-
tory in their division were Bob
Keiser shooting an 88, Clarence
Anderson turning in an 89 per-
formance, and im Bargmann
with a score of 92.
Closelycontesting the Chi
Psi score was the 355 carded by
the second place Phi Delta The-
tas, who in turn were Just a-
head of the trio that tied for
third, Sigma Chi, Alpha Delta
Phi, and Sigma Phi, all marking
358.
In the residence hall division
Hinsdale's golfers were paced by
Tom M'atesa's 84. Glyn Bazzell,
Allan Stevenson and Harold Le-
vin helped to put Hinsdal'e far in
the lead with eighteen hole totals
of 90, 95, and 96, respectively.BSec-
ond place in the residence halls
went to Chicago House of the
West Quad, closely followed by
third-place Winchell.
Yanks Capture
Walker Cup
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland, May
17-(AP)-Seemingly inspired by the
magnificent play of Marvin (Bud)
Ward, America's Walker Cup team
summoned an amazing burst of
golf after lunch today to swep
to victory in six out of eight sin-
gles matches against Britain's
leading amateurs and regain by a
final score of 8 to 4 the coveted
team trophy which has reposed in
the royal and ancient clubhouse
here since 1938.
When the dust finally settled
over the famous "old course," only
Ted Bishop and Fred Kammer Jr.,
of the American side had failed to
rack up victories. Smiley Quick,
national public links champion,
had slaughtered Jimmie Wilson of
Scotland by 8 and 6, the day's
most one-sided margin,
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CHAMPAIGN, Ill., May 17-(/P)
-Illinois clinched the Big Nine
baseball pennant today by split-
ting a doubleheader with Purdue.
The Illini's Mary Rotblatt tied
a modern conference record by
winning his sixth victory against
no defeats as he pitched his team
to a 6-0 triumph over Purdue in
the first game.
Minnesota Upsets Iowa
MINNEAPOLIS, May 17-(A')-
Minnesota won its first baseball
game in -seven starts this season
bydefeating Iowa 2 to 0 today in a
Big Nine conference contest.
Big Nine
Standings,

Major League Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB ti i4 Pet. GB
Boston 15 11 .577 . . Detroit 16 8 .667 .-
New York 13 10 .565 % Boston 15 11 .577 2
Chicago 14 11 .560 1 New York 12 11 .522 3'',
Pittsburgh 11 16 .524 1 Cleveland 10 10 .500 4
Brooklyn 13 12 .520 1? Washington 10 11 .476 41
Philadelphia 13 13 .500 2 Chicago 12 14 .462 5
Cincinnati 12 16 .429 4 Philadelphia 11 14 .440 5
St. Louis 8 16 .333 6 St. Louis 9 16 .360 7

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Illinois.......... 9
Ohio State .......6
MICHIGAN .... 4
Northwestern ... 4
Iowa ............ 5
Indiana ......... 3
Wisconsin ...... 3
Purdue........ ..2
Minnesota ..... 1

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