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IThAY. MAY 23, 1947

THE MICHIGAN IlAIL-

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MSC GRINDS FOR 'M':
Track Team To Try Spartan
Outdoor Strength at Lansing

Wolverine Netters
Top Spartans, 5-4
Paton Stops Reynold ' i Three Sets,
Cook-Naugle WinDeciding Doubles

Captains Wise, Boieiman Rival
Pitchers at Northwestern Today

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HEICME MERICANIJISERS

When the Wolverine thinclads
match strides with Michigan State
today, at East Lansing they will
be meeting a Spartan team with a
mighty big ax to grind; the Jenison
boys are hot after their first cin-
der victory over Michigan.
State came roaring down last
winter with this in mind. They
cane and they saw but they didn't
quite match up to the third re-
quirement. Michigan expects to
fulfill all three in tomorrow's tus-
sel.
Relay May Be Decisive
The r'elay may well prove the
margin of difference between the
two teams and the Michigan four-
some is in top shape. Johnson,
Detwiler, Shepherd and Forres-
tel is the usual order but Herb
Barten may run a leg depending
on how the meet shapes up.
Val Johnson is expected to do
yeoman service in the dashes. In
the indoor meet, State racked up a
lot of their points, in these events,
but Johnson wasn't in shape then.
Bob Schepers is the number one
Spartan and has turned in a 21.3
in the 220 as compared to John-
son's 21.6. But Johnson ran just
behind the great Herb McKenley
last week and on a wet track, so
times don't mean too much.
Hurdles Spartan Meat
The hurdles proved another

fruitful source of indoor points for
the East Lansiing Timber-Toppers.
But Michigan has Bill Osgood who
swept both sticks in the Illini meet
to see that this doesn't happen
again. State has both Fred John-
son and Bob Fraser who are fine
hurdlers to make this a good race.
But the event of the day will be
the mile run where Jack Dianetti
will meet Herb Barten. Barten
hasn't been pushed in any of his
mile ventures this outdoor season
but is capable of Diannetti's time
of 4:12. Today's event may well
see one of the countries fastest
mile times.

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Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING, May 22 -
Michigan's tennis team continued
its dominance over the netters of
Michigan State as it downed them
for the second time this season,
by a 5-4 margin, here today.
The Wolverines had to come
frombehind to beaththe Spartans
however, for with the singles and
the number one doubles finished,
the Maize and Blue netters were
behind by the score of 4-3. They
won the last two doubles, however,
to take the match, 5-4.
In the final match of the day,
Hal Cook hooked up with Gordie
Naugle to\ clinch the victory for
Michigan. They downed Spartan's
Malaga and Mike Eliott in straight
sets, 10-8, 6-4.
In the number one spot, An-
dy Paton found himself in what
turned out to be one of the most
exciting matches of the day.
Matched with Al Reynolds of
State, Paton twice had match
point against him, but both
times he pulled out, finally win-
ning 5-7, 7-5, 8-6.
Michigan's number two man
Fred Otto, ran up against rougher
competition, dropping the first

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With a six-run outburst in the
fourth i n n i n g that virtually
clinched the game, Phi Kappa Psi
tumbled Sigma Chi, 8-3, in the
semi-final round of the I-M fra-
ternity softball championship and
will tangle with the Phi Sigma
Delta-Phi Delta Theta victor for
the title.;
Southpaw Jerry Sullivan had
perfect control when it counted
most, as five Sigma Chis were left
stranded.

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t 6-3, he won the second by the
ime score and lost the third
gain by the identical count to
partan Roger Cessna.
The number three singles match
w Wolverine Fred Ziemann
aired against Bob Malaga of
Mate. Ziemann iiad little trouble
sposing of him in straight sets,
-4, 6-2.
The Spartans came roaring
back in the next match in which
Michigan's number four man
Bill Mikulich was pitted against
Jack Singleton. After losing the
first set, 2-6, MSC's Singleton
bounced back to take the next
two games, 6-4, 8-6.
State continued its winning
ays, with Bob Chuck dropping
Volverine Dick Lincoln in the
umber five match. Chuck took
he match in straight sets, 6-2,
-1.
Hal Cook, number six man on
he Michigan squad evened things
p as he tripped his Spartan op-
onent, Mike Yachtman, 6-2, 6-3.
,Reynolds and Cessna of State
eamed up in the number one dou-
les match to defeat Wolverine's
aton and Otto in straight sets,
-5, 6-3.
Michigan's second doubles
team of Ziemann and Mikulich
evened the match up again as
they took on Singleton and
Chuck of MSC, defeating them
in three sets, 6-2, 3-6, 6-3.
OSU Golfers
End Dual Meet
SeasonHere
Michigan golfers will get their
ast taste of dual meet competi-
ion tomorrow when they try to
venge an earlier defeat at the
ands of Ohio State when the
Buckeyes and Wolverines clash on
he University course.
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer's crew
will be at full strength with the
ight top men on the varsity tee-
ng off against the Bucks. The
Ohioans are rated as co-favorites
with Michigan in the forthcoming
Conference championships and
his final test may well serve as
L prediction for n e x t week's
match.
The Wolverines tuned up for
omorrow's encounter with the
Buckeyes as they trounced the
University of Detroit for their
twelfth win of the season. The
performances of two young fresh-
men were especially noted by
Coach Katzenmeyer as he com-
mended the play of Chuck Mc-
Callum and Wes Carlson who
teamed to take all nine points
from the Titans and thereby
clinch the match.
Cards Down Bucs
In Night Fray, 44
ST. LOUIS, May 22-(IP)-The
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of their eight hits in the sevent
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Mvichiganvs baseball traiini
the Northwestern Wilcats today
at Evanston, Illinois, in t1e fir-t
of a two-game series to deternine
which of the two clubs will take
possession of the runner-up slot
in the Conference.
Captain Cliff Wise, the Wol-
verine's ace moundsman, will go
to the hill against the powerful
Wildcats. Northwestern, current-
ly the hardest hitting team in the
Conference, boasts five regulars
that carry batting averages well
up in the charmed .300 circle.
Wilson Paces 'Cats
Leading the pack is Bob Wilson
with a torrid .385 average, and
following close behind are Don
Burson and Johnny HIendricks,
both over the .350 mark.
Coach Don Heap will counter
with the 'Cats captain and num-
ber one hurler, Dick Bokelman,
against the Maize and Blue.
Bokelman, a curve-ball special-
ist, has put together three Confer-
ence wins against one defeat for a

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five safeties as he set them down
hard in spinning a 4-1 triumnph
earlier this month.
Coach Ray Fisher will field the
same team that squeezed out a
2-1 victory over Western Michigan
last Tuesday. With right-fielder
Bob Wiese still showing the way at
the plate, the Wolverine offen-
sive spark is still alive.
Charley Ketterer, scrappy third
sacker, is carrying a phenominal
.463 average, with Jack Weisen-
burger and Bumps Elliott also
giving creditable support with the
hickory.
Dole To Start
In Saturday's contest Art 'shut-
em-out' Dole will take the hill for
Michigan. For the last twenty
seven innings Art has twirled, he
has not allowed one opponent to
cross the dish.

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Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Detroit
Boston
Cleveland
Chicago
Philadelphia
New York
Washington
St. Louis

WLu
17 11
17 12
13 10
16 15
14 15
13 14
10 15
10 18

Pct.
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.586
.565
.516
.483
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.400
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Chicago
New York
Boston
Brooklyn
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Cincinnati
St. Louis

W L
17 12
15 11
16 13
15 13
13 12
15 16
13 18
10 19

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.577 %
.552 1
.536 1%12
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.484 3
.419 5
.345 7

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 1.
Only game scheduled
TAXI
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Don't make a slip.

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