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Y, MAY 22, 1947

TIE MICHIGAN DAIL Y

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Wolverines Down Detroit Golfers for Secoi

rid Time

Michigan Linksmen Top
Titans by 21-6 Margin
McCallum Ties for Medalist Honors; As
Carlson, Vezina, Kessler, Elliot Also Star
1. - -

Runner-up Slof At Sthke
In Northwestern Series

Special To The Daily "Pat" Fitzpatrick and then with
golfers notched their second vic- Jenswold in the best ball play took
tory over the University of Detroit two points from their Detroit op-
linksters today and their 12th Wil ponents.
o the season as they took a de- In the second foursome Pete'
cisive 21-6 triumph from the Elliott and Rog Kessler added sev-
Titans, en more counters to the Wolver-
Led by Chuck McCallum, called ine total. Kessler split his singles!
up from the jayvee ranks, the match with Dick Buechler as each
Wolverines easily disposed of the man garnered cards of 78 and 1%/
Detroit golfers in four of the six points for their team.
singles matches. McCallum fired Elliott Triumphs
a good round of 77 to tie Doll Elliott came through for all
Paget of the home team for ned- three points against Bob Devine
alist honors. in their number four match and
'hree Get 78's then teamed with Kessler to add
Four other Wolverines came in 2/2 more markers to the decisive
with cards under 80 over a tough total.
and wet Red Run course. Jack It was in the third match, how-
Vezina, Rog Kessler and Pete El- ever, that the Wolverines piled up
liott all shot 78's, one stroke back the score as the freshman combi-
of the pace-setters, and Wes Carl- nation of Carlson and McCallum
son, another addition from the added nine more points to insure
jayvee squad, came in with a 79, a Wolverine win.
another stroke off the field. Carlson took on John Povlitz
In thv n u m b e r one singles in the number five match and
match, Johnny Jenswold met Pa- easily outstroked the Titan link-
get when the Titan star was on ster. And then McCallum fired
and lost all three points as Paget his surprising round to take his
took both nines and the individual match with Don Visscher.
mbatch. ! "The two boys played beautiful
Vezina, Jenswold Win I golf and are fine prospects for
Vezina, however, teaming with next year's team," Coach Bert
Jenswold, managed to salvage Katzenmeyer said after the match
tnost of the remaining points as as his two freshman stars came
tie took his singles match with through brilliantly.

JACK WEISENBURGER
... high in Wolverine attack
'M' N et Squad
Seeks Second
Win over State
Michigan's tennis team will in-
vade East Lansing this afternoon,
seeking their second win of the
season over the strong Spartan
squad. In the first encounter the
Wolverines were the winners by a
6-3 margin in a contest marked
by four three set matches.
Coach Bob Dixon plans to send
the same lineup against the Spar-
tans with one possible exception.
Dick Lincoln, who dropped a close
one to State's Bob Malaga in the
number five singles match, may
be replaced by Gordon Naugle,
regular number five man, who has
been on the sidelines with a foot
injury.
Paton vs. Reynolds
In the number one singles match
Andy Paton will square off against
Spartan Al Reynolds in what
should be the feature match of the
day.
The remainder of the Maize
and Blue lineup consists of Fred
Otto, Fred Ziemann, Bill Mikulich,
Lincoln or Naugle, and Hal Cook
in the singles.
Beaten in the earlier encounter
by State's Roger Cessna, Mikulich
will be out to regain his winning
ways after having his seven match
winning streak snapped at Kala-
mazoo last Tuesday.
Ziemann, Mickulich Team Up
In the doubles Ziemann and
Mickulich will be out to avenge a
loss at the hands of Jack Shingle-
ton and Bob Chuck. Michigan's
dependable numberone combina-
tion of Paton and Otto will han-
dle the number one assignment
while Cook and either Lincoln or
Naugle will be in the number three
slot.
Michigan State dropped a tough
decision to Illinois last week by
the same 5-4 score by which the
Illini edged out Michigan.
The Men's Physical Educa-
tion Club will hold its final
meeting of the semester at 7:30
p.m. thisevening in the Un-
ion.eCharles 0. Forsythe, State
Director of High School Ath-
letics, will lead a discussion on
inter-scholastic athletics in
Michigan. Mr. Forsythe is
planning to teach a graduate
course in the phys. ed. depart-
ment this summer.

Now that the Big Nine race has
settled down into strictly a battle
for the runner-up spot, the at-
tention of most of the conference
faithful will be turned toward
Evanston tomorrow and Saturday
where the two top second place
aspirants - Michigan and North-
western - square off in a week-
end series.
Currently the two teams are
tied for third place with a 4-3
record; but second place Ohio
State has lost four games already
and Indiana -- the only other
three-time loser - plays one less
game, so if either club should
sweep the set, they will definitely
be in the driver's seat as far as
matters of final rankings go. The
Wolverines still have a set with
the Buckeyes and the Wildcats a
pair with Iowa (5-5).
It'll be a battle of Captains to-
morrow when both coaches lead
with their ace righthanders, Cliff
Wise (3-1) and Dick Bokelman
(3-1). Jack Ogle (1-2), sopho-
more southpaw, will face Art
"Shutout" Dole (0-0) in Satur-
day's game.
Wise and Dole will be facing
the number one hitting team in
the conference. Led by the league's
two leading hitters, Bob Wilson
(.385) and Don Burson (.380), the
Wildcoats boast an overall aver -
age of .248. They also rank sec-
ond in fielding behind an Indiana
Varsity Golfers
Battle Alumni
For Reiss Cup
By IRWIN ZUCKER
It will be Michigan versus Mich-
igan at 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon
when the Wolverine varsity golf
squad tees off against former win-
ners of the "M" in the first such
tournament to be held at the Bar-
ton Hills course.
To the victorious team will go
the Lynn Reiss trophy, an award
which was inaugurated only last
month to commemorate one of the
finest golfers to tour the Wol-
verine links.
Reiss, who received three major
golf letters before graduating in
1941, was killed in an airplane
crash over England on October 29.
1942, while serving with the U. S.
Army Air Forces.
Courtright Gives Cup
Appropriately enough, the Reiss
trophy wll be donated by Ray
Courtright, former Michigan links-
master who tutored Lynn for three
years. In a statement to The Daily
yesterday, Courtright r e called
Reiss "as a wonderful player. . . a
gentleman at all times . . . who
possessed exceptional tempera-
ment for the game."
Plans formation of this alumni-
varsity match gained impetus a
few weeks ago when Ben Smith,
one-time captain of Michigan's
golf squad and former teammate of
Riess, and Jack Vezina, current
members of the varsity, pledged to
recruit the necessary material for
both sides.
Perhaps the best known of the
12 alumni to match strokes with
the Wolverines is Chuck Kosis,
who now holds the state open
championship. Back in 1936, Ko-
sis captained the Maize and Blue
to the Big Ten title in addition to
being crowned Western Conference
and National Collegiate champ
that year.
Among the other alumni well ac-
quainted with the fairways are
Woody Malloy, Ben Smith, Phil
Marcellus, Cal Markham, Dave
Osler, John Leidy, Roscoe Bonis-
teel Jr., Chuck Menefee, Jack Em-
ory, Duncan Noble and Fred Brew-
er.
Fife Withdraws

Alumnus Bob Fife, originally
scheduled to compete against the
varsity, asked to withdraw be-
cause his wife is expecting a "lit-
tle golfer" in the family any day
now.
The varsity linksmen, who close
their regular campaign Saturday
with powerful Ohio State before
entering the Big Nine meet late
next week, will be represented by
Capt. Dave Barclay, Ed Schalon,
John Jenswold, Roger Kessler, Bill
Courtright, Jack Vezina, Paul
O'Hara, Doug Beath, Phil Ludolph,
Pete Elliott, Gary De Vries and
Tom Messinger.

MicI1higan.
Ketterer
Weisenburger'
Wiese
Vieth
Elliott.
White
Kulpinski
Wikel
Tomasi
Raymond
Dole
Fancett
Schmidtke
leikkinen
Wise
Wiese
Rankin.

Averliages

team which is threatening the{
fielding record of .967 set by Mich-
igan last year.
Wolverine Bob Wiese climbed
into seventh place in the confer-
ence batting race during the pastj
week by boosting his average to
.346. Big Bob is also number five
man in the league's slugging de-
partment.

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SPOKANE--UP)-Each of the
Western Conference football
teams will suffer at least one
defeat according to a predic-
tin made by IlerberL 0. "Fritz"
Crisler, head football coach
and athetic director forthe
University of Michigan.
The Wolverine coach is on
the west coast to visit friends
and Michigan Alumni. He
said that he expected a tight
Big Nine title race with every
school in the conference able
to defeat any other school on
any afternoon. This would
be a distinct change from the
regular Conference years when
there are power teams and
weaker ones that the stronger
ones walked over.
Collegiate football will have
its greatest season in its his-
tory, he added. Crisler point-
ed to the fact that there was
a five year accumulation of
football talent with all the vet-
erans returning from service
andbinter-collegiate ball would
be better organized this year
than last.

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In the first round of the I-M
residence halls softball champion-
ship Winchell House took advan-
tage of some faulty fielding to de-
feat Green House, 6-0 and gained
the right to meet Lloyd in the
final tilt, making it an all West
Quad affair.
Power at the plate was conspic-
uous by its absence as the usual
Greene House "murderers" row"
was limited to four safeties by
right hander Ivan Kelly. Although
Winchell only connected for two
hits, Hank Bazydlo had little con-
trol over the ball with the result
that he issued some costly passes,
coupled with poor support afield.
In the first frame with one out,
Kelly, "Butt" Carrington, and
Dick Stafford walked. Nick Mul-
bach then tapped a grounder back
to the pitcher's mound that Bazy-
dlo fumbled, scoring Kelly and
keeping the bases loaded. The
three were stranded when "Swish"
Bernas hit into a fast doubleplay.
Winchell got their only hits in

the big third frame which saw five
runners cross the plate. Lead-off
man "Potsy" Ryan walked, went
to second on Kelly's single, and
reached third as Carrington drop-
ped a short texas leaguer behind
second. Once more Bazydlo lost
control passing Stafford to first
and Ryan home.
* * *
The Mis-fits rung up the In-
tramural independent horseshoes
championship, winning the final
match, 2-1.
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Major League
Roundup
By The Associated Press
Rookie Frank Shea and the
New York Yankees deprived Hal
Newhouser of his opportunity to
reach the .500 mark as the star
southpaw dropped a 5-0 decision
at Yankee Stadium last night. Joe
DiMaggio doubled with the bases
jammed in the first inning to pace
the New York attack.
The Athletics broke loose in
the eighth inning to score five
runs off rookie Pete Gebrian and
send the White Sox down to a
5-2 defeat at Shibe Park.
Over in the National League,
the Brooklyn Dodgers pushed over
a run in the tenth inning to edge
the hapless Cardinals 4-3. The
Dodgers put together three sin-
gles in the extra frame to send
Harry Brecheen down to defeat.
At Chicago, the Cubs took ad-
vantage of a fine six-hit perform-
ance by Doyle Lade and nudged
the Phillies 2-1. Al Jurisch pitched
steady ball for the Phils but al-
lowed Stan Hack and Andy Pafko
to couple doubles in the fifth in-
ning which produced the winning
margin.
The Senators slugged two St.
Louis hurlers for thirteen hits and
seven runs last night to give Buck
Newsom his third victory of the
year in the nation's capital.
Major League
Standings
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