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-'_THE MICHIGAN DAILIY

SATURDAY,

Spartan Win Ends Michigan Tr

SummariesI

Mile Run - Won by Dian-
netti, (Michigan State); sec-
ond, Barten, (Michigan); third,
Kalmbach (MSC). Time, 4
minutes 25 seconds.
High Jump-Won by Harris
(M); 5 feet, 10 1/8 inches; sec-
ond, (three-way tie), Gardner,
(M), Calhoun, (M), Dawson,
(MSC).
440-yard dash-Won by For-
restel, (M); second Shepherd,
(M); third, J. Fraser, (MSC).
Time, 49.8 seconds.
100-yard dash-Won by Shep-
ers, (MSC); second, Orville
Johnson, (M), third, Fred John-
son (MSC). Time :10 seconds.
120-yard high hurdle--Won
by Mayhew, (MSC); second,
Osgood, (M); third, Christian-
sen, (MSC). Time, :15.2 sec-
onds.
Shotput-Won by Fonville,
(M), 51 feet, 9' 2 inches (new
field record breaking the old
record of 51 feet, 3 1/8 inches
set by James Delaney, of Notre
Dame, in 1941); second, Muel-
ler, (MSC); third Dendrinos (M)
880-yard dash - Won by
Dianetti (MSC), second Low
(M), third Barten (M). Time
1:57.6.
220-yard dash - Won by
Sehepers (MSC), second John-
son (M), third Mayhew (MSC).
Time 22.2 seconds.
Continuous from 1 P.M.
- Last Times Today -~

MSC Takes Eight Firsts
To Win By Five Points
First Track Loss in Ten Years to MSC;
Fonville Breaks Field Record in Shotput
Special To The Daily
On eia Togrey ai laftethe discus for the first time this
on h greys rainy afternoon season by State's Jim Zito who
Michigan's 10 year track dorm- I
hurled the slippery nlatter 139

nance over Michigan State came
to an abrupt end yesterday as the
Wolverines dropped a hard fought
68 1/3-63 2 3 decision to the Spar-
tans on a sloppy, water-filled
track..
Michigan led 58 2/3-58 1 ;3 go-
ing into the final event, the mile
relay, inwhich Michigan State's
Jack Diannetti finished fifteen
relay, in which Michigan State's
chor-man, Dick Forrestal, to give
the Spartans the final edge. State's
winning time was 3 min. 23.7 sec.
State was able to garner eight
firsts while the Wolverines cap-
tured six.
Jack Diannetti, State's out-
standing distance runner,
opened the day's events with a
twenty yard victory over Michi-
gan's Herb Barten in a mile that
was run in a driving rainstorm.
Wolverine Dick Forrestal ran
the outstanding race of the day as
he came from behind to nip tem-
mate George Shepherd at the fin-
ish line of the quarter mile. His
time of 49.8 seconds was very
good in a track that was beginning
to resemble a small river.
Bill Osgood continued on his
winning ways in the low hurdles
defeating Spartan Aces Hal
Mayhew and Fred Johnson in
25 seconds flat. Osgood was
third at the final hurdle but a
sudden burst of speed was
enough to nip Johnson and
Fraser at the tape by a step.
Chuck Fonville was beateq in
MICIGAN
PLAYING
TROUGH SATURDAY

ft. 6/4 in. but was able to estab-
lish a new field record in the shot
put, hurling the sphere 51 ft. 91/2
in.
The two mile run was featured
by a fine performance of Wolver-
ine Alex Morris who led all the
way to finish out in front by 25
yds. in 9 min. 59.1 sec. with Michi-
gan's Justin Williams finished
fast to gain the number two posi-
tion.
Spartan Bob Schepers domi-
nated both dashes with Michi-
gan's Val Johnson close on his
heels in each event, while Jack
Diannetti produced the second
half of his double victory for
the Spartans finishing out ahead
of Chuck Low and Herb Barten
in the half mile. Diannetti's
time was a good 1 min. 57.6 sec.
Other Michigan winners were
Bob Gardner who won the high
,lump with a leap 5 ft. 10 1/8 in.
while jumping into a pit that re-
sembled a water hole, and Ed
Ulvestad cleared 12 ft.
More Summaries
Pole Vault-Three way tie
for first between Ulvestad (M),
Vosburg (MSC) and Ardnt
(MSC). Distance 12 feet.
Discus- Won by Zito (MSC)
139 feet, 6% inches, second,
Fonville (M), third Dendrinos
(M).
Two mile run--Won by Mor-
ris (M), second Williams (M),
third Atcheson (MSC). Time
9 minutes 59.1 seconds.

Golfers Seek
Lucky'13th
Over Buckeyes
Michigan's unsuperstitious golf
ers hope that Lady Luck will no
stop them from seeking their 13th
victory of the season today when
they tackle vaunted Ohio State
here in the final dual match of the
year.
This is the battle the Wolverines
have been waiting for. It will serve
.as an acid test for next w k's Bi
Nine meet at Purdue.
The Buckeyes paced by Howie
Saunders, handed the Maize and
Blue a 14-13 defeat at Columbus
in the Wolverines' first Big Nine
clash April 26. Michigan rolled
over Northwestern and Illinois in
other Conference clashes, but Pur-
due blasted a Wolverine seven-
game winning streak last Satur-
day.
Michigan, however, returned to
the victory trail Wednesday when
it shelled the University of Detroit
in their only tilt of the week.
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer used
a pair of jayvee golfers -Chuck
McCallum and Wes Carlson-in
routing the weak Detroit linksters
but he'll have to send his top eight
varsity performers against the
dangerous Buckeyes in this morn-
ing's best ball play and the after-
noon's individual matches.
Ready for the Bucks will be a
Wolverine line-up consisting of
Captain Dave Barclay, Ed Scha-
Ion, John Jenswold; Rog Kessler,
Pete Elliott, Bill Ludolph, Bill
"Corky" Courtright and Jack
Vezina.
The Maize and Blue will pick up
valuable experience on the fair-
ways tomorrow afternoon when
they meet a 12-man alumni squad
at Barton Hills. -The Lynn Riess
trophy, in memory of a former
Wolverine golfer killed in the late
war, will be presented to the win-
ning team.

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-- Coming Sunday --
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MO.M E A N T

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2 STUDENT VETERANS will help drive
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DRIVING TO New York City June 8th.
Room for three passengers. Call Mr.
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VETERAN STUDENT and wife desire
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SALE MOTORCYCLE 1936-80 newly ov-
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1947 at Manausa Gas Station cros
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ackDominance
WINNiNG PITCHER-
Wise Piles Up 19 Wins
i Three Year Career
't By GLORIA VREELAND
h S of the best pitchers in college base-
n Mainstay of the Wolverine ball, Wise probably hurled his
e mound staff for three seasons
most brilliant season as a sopho-
e during which he piled up an 19-4 more in 1941 when he chalked up
record, the quiet, casual captain orBin4wn hehlksd uo
s of the baseball team, Cliff Wise, four Big Ten wins with one loss to
e pave Michigan's way to the Con-
g ference championship. He regis-
tered two other wins that year in
e non-Conference play.
In his initial Big Ten start
s in '41 the control artist came
e : close to pitching a no-hitter as
d the first of two scratch hits he
i a ^?i. " allowed Chicago in a 7 to 0 shut-
out didn't come until the seventh
inning. In that same game he
walked but two batters and re-
tired the Maroons in order in
six innings.
After three years service with the
t Air Corps in Texas where he did
some tossing for Childress Air
Base, Wise returned to Ferry Field
last season and continued to im-
press his opponents by copping
six victories without a loss. In his
three Conference wins, which gave
him runner-up hurling honors, he
allowed but 3 runs and 18 hits in
23 innings.
The diamond sport is not the
only one in which this senior
physical education student has
made the grade here at Michi-
gan. In 1940 Wise was Tommy
Harmon's understudy at left
CLIFF WISE halfback and even managed to
play in a few games. One of his
biggest athletic thrills was his
will wind up his baseball playing trip with the team that year to
career next week and swing from play the University of California.
there into the reminiscing game. The Maize and Blue gridders
"I'm getting to be an old man," traveled by air for the first time
in history and Wise scored a
smiled the twenty-seven year old touchdown in his first varsity
right-hander. "I haven't the stuff appearance. He won a football
I used to have." Although still one letter again in 1942.
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Courts. )2
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LOST-Handmade Silver Ring, Abaloi
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Chicago at Detroit-Grove (3-1) Kennedy (3-2) vs Spahn (6-0)
vs Trout (4-2) Philadelphia at Brooklyn-Rowe
Boston at New Yark-Ferriss (6-0) vs Gregg (2-1)
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WHO found my all-red umbrella with
no handle? Finder call Ray at 2-3241,
Ext. 02, for kiss on the pate.
LOS---niversa Geneva stop watch.
Possibly on Municipal Golf Course.
Reward. Call 23616. )6

OWNER of lost checkbook--$3 deposit-
wishes to contact finder. Please phone
2-4561, Room 209. )85

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cream Schwinn. Missing from Uni-
versity Library bicycle rack. Initials
S. G. on fender. Call Stockwell 4041.
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LOST - Silver identification bracelet,
vicinity Burns Park. Engraved Wil-
liam Brenner, Jr. Reward. 4315 or
4741. ) 84
LOST--Red and Black folding Um-
brella at Witham Drug Store. S. Univ.
and Forest or League, Sunday. Lib-
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LOST - Sunday, May 18th, woman's
aqua and black short coat and wo-
man's light blue Chesterfield with
black velvet collar in second floor
Ladies Lounge of the Union. Phone
Walter at 6012. )29
SUN GLASSES lost hitchiking in En-
gine student's Ford on Twentieth.
Please contact Baker, 241 Hinsdale,
24591. )92

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LOST - Barrel of green Eversharp pen.
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