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MAY 20, 1947 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wolverine Nine Invades Netters Face
Wtetrn. Mich i rnu nTd Hornets Today

This afternoon the Michigan baseball team travels to Kalamazoo
for the last game of a home-and-home series with the Western Michi-
gan Broncos.
Coach Ray Fisher has named Art Doyle as the starting hurler,
and chuckers Bud Rankin and Dick Schmidtke will also be on hand if
needed.
Western Coach Charley Maher is expected to pit his number one
moundsman, Ed Rossi, against the Wolverines. This will be the fourth
time that Rossi has started against Iichigan, and he has yet to earn
a victory..

In the last meeting of the two
teams here in Ann Arbor, the Wol-
verines scored two big runs in the
last half of the ninth inning to
pull a 7-6 win out of the fire.
Dole Impressive Lately
Dole has given some very bril-
liant pitching demonstrations late-
ly. His most impressive perform-
ance to date was an 8-0 shutout he
fashioned against the University of
Detroit Titans about a month ago.
In the game he was never in seri-
ous trouble as he allowed only
seven well-scattered hits.
Western Michigan's offensive
power has been well spread out this
season, with Catcher Wale Young
and shortstop Nick Mislovich sup-
plying most of the punch at the
plate. Last Saturday the Broncos
went to town with the hickory as
they blasted out an 11-2 win over
the Wisconsin Badgers.
Last Non-Conference Tilt
This is the Wolverines last non-
Conference test before they meet
Northwestern University this
week-end, and Ohio State the fol-
lowing one.

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Signma Chis
Win Fraternity
Track Crown
Taking only one first place but
piling up valuable second and
third place points, Sigma Chi nar-
rowly squeezed out the fraternity
track title with 15%/2 points, as
Chi Psi placed second with a to-
tal of 141, followed by ATO's 13
points, and Beta Theta Pi's 12.
..John O'Connor gave the Sigma
Chis their only win in the 440
as he broke the tape in :56.2. In
the opening race Bill Haant
skimmed over the low hurdles in
:14.5 for the ATO. It took Sig Ep
Dick LaMont 2:11.6 to grind in
first in the half mile.
The 100 yard dash drew the
greatest number of entries with
four prelims needed before the
final could be run off. Winning
the first heatin :10.7, Jim DeBoer,
Beta, came back to snatch the
final in the same time, with Sherry
Winkleman and George Gordon,
SAM, second and third respective-
ly.
First in the field events were
Joe Deremo who broad jumped
9' 2V", Haan high jumping
5' 10", Bob Grandy heaving the
shotput 42' and Cecil Freihofer
and Jim McGhee cleared 10' 9"
in the pole vault.

At Kalamazoo
Little Kalamazoo College, peren-
nially a big frog in the intercol-
legiate tennis puddle, will attempt
to hand Michigan's net men thei:
third straight setback today, as the
Wolverine squad continues their
road travels.
The Hornets will be out to
avenge a 5-4 pre-season exhibition
loss tonthe Wolverines. Paced by
Jack Sunderland and Al Hetzek,
National Junior Indoor doubles
champs, Kalamazoo offers a stiff
test.
In the exhibition match, Andy
Paton and Fred Otto beat Sunder-
land and Hetzek in singles
matches, but lost in the doubles.
Art Leighton at number three and
Nick Beresky at five accounted for
the Hornet's singles victories,
while Marv Manton and Beresky
won in the number two doubles.
Paton, who rated a big hand
from the Illinois customers at
Champaign Saturday, for his bril-
liant victory over Rog Downs, will
try to make it two in a row over
Sunderland.
Captain Bill Mikulich, currently
one of the hottest men on the
squad, will be out after his eighth
straight win. Against Illini Fred
Steers, Mikulich captured one of
his outstanding wins of the sea-
son. He took the first set by a
drawn out 11-9 score, and came
back to win handily 7-5 in the sec-
ond.
In the doubles matches, Mikulich
will again be teamed with Fred
Zieman, and Hal Cook and Gordie
Naugle will make up the number
three doubles. Against the Illini,
Cook and Naugle came from far
behind to give the Maize and Blue
a two to one edge in doubles play.
RUN-STARVED
The Washington Senators in
losing to the Chicago White Sox
last night 4-1, now have. gone
11- games without scoring over
two runs per contest.

Linksmen Set Sights on Big
Nine Title after Purdue Loss
"The next time we're at Purdue we hope to bring back the Big
Nine championship," announced Coach Bert Katzenmeyer yesterday.
despite the fact that his Wolverine golfers lost to a strong Boilermaker
squad, 2912-912, at the Lafayette links Saurday.
The optimistic Wolverine mentor was looking ahead to the West-
ern Conference golf meet at Purdue May 30-31. This means that
Michigan, defending Big Nine titlists, have less than two weeks of
practice left to iron out the shortcomings displayed Saturday.
* * Purdue's short course baffled

Jayvee Linksmei,
Wire Third traig
Michigan's jayvee golfers racked
up their third victory in as many
starts this year by downing Cen-1
tral Michigan here yesterday,
1112-61f.
Bob McMillen of Central took
medalist honors with a 75. WesC
Carlson was low man for the
Wolverine jayvees with a 77. I
The Michigon duo of Ken Berke
and Mort Cohn could only salvage
21 out of nine points from their
Central opponents, but Carlson
and Doug Beath clinched the af-
fair by taking all nine points in
the only other foursome of the
day.
Deiso(n Capures
Whitnmore Regatta
Little Denison College of Ohiok
walked away with top honors as
Michigan took second and Michi-
gan State third in a triangular
sailing meet held Sunday on the
waters of Whitmore Lake.
Entering just one boat, Denison
grabbed consistent seconds in the
six races held, so that its point
total was 15. Michigan, which had
three craft sailing, wound up the
day with 20 points. Michigan
State, with two boats, ended third
with 25% points. Lowest point
total per boat decided the winner.

Net Loss
One of the members of the
Wolverine tennis team literal-
ly lost his shirt during the
match with Illinois last Sat-
urday at Champaign.
While Michigan's number
one player, Andy Paton; was
taking a gruelling three-set
contest f r o m Illini Riger
Downs, some enterprising
Champaign . citizen . made . off
with the Wolverine's street
clothes-shirts, pants and all.
Luckily, Andy's parents were
there and saw to it that he
didn't return to Ann Arbor
wrapped in a tennis raquet.
Gordy Naugle, another of the
Wolverine netters, also had a
1qss, but some of the team
wondered if the burglar was in
his right mind. He took some
of Naugle's textbooks.
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the Wolverine linksmen, who
saw their seven-game winning
streak come to an end. It was
their fourth setback in 15I
starts, and their second loss in
four Big Nine tests.
Michigan's biggest stumbling
block was the sensational play of
a pair of talented Boilermakers,
Fred Wampler and Gene Nemeth.
The sub-par rounds of Wampler
set a new competitive course rec-
ord, while a hole-in-one on the
110-yard12th hole by Nemeth
stepped up the Purdue attack in
morning best ball play.
Ed Schalon, the big sophomore
from St. Joseph, Mich., carded
a three over par 74 to take the
only individual match for the
Maize and Blue and then teamed
up with Paul O'Hara for two
blazing nines totaling 69 to win
Michigan's only best ball match
Tomorrow's non-Conference
clash at the University of Detroit
and Saturday's battle with Ohio
State here are the only remaining
matches on Coach Katenmeyer's
schedule before the Big Nine meet
at Purdue.
ILLINI 'IT':
S peed T oward
Sixth Straight
InckCrown
In case everyone wasn't con-
vinced, the University of Illinois
track team left little doubt Sat-
I urday afternoon at Ferry Field as
to whether they will continue their
reign over the Big Nine in the Con-
ference meet at Evanston on May
31.
The Illini didn't have things all
their own way Saturday, however.
Bill Osgood proved a surprising
double winner in the hurdles,
while Chuck Fonvlle just about
settled things in his personal
shotput feud with Norm Wasser.
Val Johnson and Herb Barten
looked very good in their respec-
tive events also and proved that
they will be hard to beat on any
track, wet or dry.
Herb McKenley, Illinois
world's'record holder performed
brilliantly on a very sloppy track,
as did teammates Bob Rehberg,
John Twomey, and Bill Mathis.
The Illini appeared even strong-
er in the field events with Bob
Richards, soaring to 14 ft. 31 i in.
in the pole vault to turn in his
best performance of the current
Big Nine season, while Dwight
Eddleman was clearing the high
jump at 6 ft. 4 in.
It now appears that a terrific
battle will develop for the run-
nerup spot at the Conference
meet. Michigan, which finished
third last year will be hard-pressed
by Ohio State, present runnerup
and Wisconsin. The Buckeyes sub-
dued a stubborn Indiana team
Saturday, while Wisconsin, who
had previously whipped the Ohio-
ans, edged out the undefeated
Minnesota Gophers on the same
day.

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