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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBE~R 24, 1947

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

VARSITY MATERIAL?
Campus Golfers Battle
For Trueblood Trophy
4

Golf mentor Bert Katzenmeyer,
keeping a weather eye open for
any likely link talent, announced
yesterday that the annual True-
blood Tournament will get under
way Monday with 32 qualifiers
teeing off in match play.
A 36 hole qualifying round is
is now under way and any un-
dergrad who has never 'received
an "M" in golf is eligible to com-
pete for the trophy. The pro
shop at the University course
will be open daily and will take
the names and scores of any
hopeful linksters.
The trophy, currently held by
Mort Cohn, is awarded yearly to
the winner of the tourney. Named
for Professor Thomas C. True-
blodd, "Grand Old Man of Mich-
igan Golfdom", the tremendous
cup is one of the most coveted
Intramural awards.
In addition to giving under-
graduate linksters their last
fling before frost sets in the
tournament also enables Coach
Katzenmeyer to size up pros-
pects for the 1948 Wolverine
golf squad. Last year's finalists,
Cohn and Ken Burke, were,
mainstays of the undefeated
Michigan Jayvee squad and
loom as fine prospects for this
season's varsity.
Losses by graduation have rid-
dled the Wolverine squad and
Coach Katzenmeyer will have to
rebuild an entirely new squad
around a foundation of Captain
elect Ed Schalon, Rog Kessler and
Pete Elliot, stars of last year's con-
ference champs.

CGross Country
Squad Opens
Fall Season
Head track coach Ken Doherty
officially opened Michigan's cross-
country track season yesterday af-
ternoon by welcoming more than
twenty men who reported to him
at Ferry Field. Included in the
group were five men who have
earned varsity track letters.
Although cross-country is not
an official varsity sport at Mich-
igan, the squad participates in
intersquad and limited intercol-
legiate competition. Coach Do-
herty is anxious to have all men
interested in running the dis-
tance grind to report to him at
Ferry field at four this after-
noon.
The lettermen who reported
were Alex Morris, Ross Willard,
Rog Kessler, Herb Barten, and
George Vetter. Other experienced
men included Bob Mettler and Joe
Hayden.
The varsity track team will also
begin training on Ferry Field this
week. All thinclad aspirants are
welcome to attend.
Coach Doherty also welcomed
15 freshmen who began training
yesterday.
Read and Use
The Daily Classifieds

-Tigers Mone
Into Second;
Kiner Gets 51'
Newhouser Bests
Lopat 3-1 for 16th
By the Associated Press-
Three ding-dong battles grab-
bed the sportlight yesterday as
Major League baseball breathed
its dying gasps for the 1947
season.
Number one in interest for
fans in this section of the coun-
try was the moving of the Tigers
back into second place. Hal
Newhouser spaced 10 hits to
gain his sixteenth win of the
year and give the Bengals half
game lead over Boston who split
a pair with Philadelphia. It was
a personal battle for Newhouser
who had to best Ed Lopat to re-
main the top southpaw winner
in the junior circuit. Lopat was
also gunning for his sixteenth
victory.
Over in the National League
folks are being treated to a seconU1
place fight between St. Louis and
Boston and a home-run battle
between Ralph Kiner and John-
ny Mize.
The Cards moved two games
ahead of the Braves by club-
bing the Pirates 8-4 last night
while Brooklyn downed the boys
from Beantown 6-1. Although
Kiner hit his 51st homer in the
sixth inning of the Pittsburg-
St. Louis game to move one-up
on Mize, the Pirates dropped to
within a half game of the cel-
lar.
In other games of the day the
New York Yankees flashed a
warning to their series rivals over
in Brooklyn by turning up with
a pair of brilliant pitching per-
formances from a couple of their
doubtful series starters, Allie
Reynolds and Franks Shea. Both-
ered in recent weeks by sore arms,
the duo turned in a six-hit shut-
out and a one-hit seven inning
stint respectively.

Do You Know..

Injuries Leave Gap
In Wolverine Line
Susnjer Out for Season; Mann,
Tomasi, McNiell Doubtful Starters

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backfield men will grab off
most of the headlines and photo
space on the snort pages line
men getting little more than
sore muscles and praise from
the coaching staff. Hence the
Daily offers its readers a chance
to get acquainted with the men
"up front." The lad pictured
above is the first string guard in
Crisler's "light line." Used ex-
clusively on offense, this grid-
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NATIONAL
Teams W.
Brooklyn.....92
*St. Louis . .. .84
Boston .......83
New York .... 78
Cincinnati . ... 72
Chicago......68
*Pittsburgh ..61
Philadelphia ..60

LEAGUE
L. Pct.
57 .617
64 .565
67 .553
70 .527
80 .474
82 .453
89 .409
89 .403

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Coach Biggie Munn's worries
that his Michigan State line will
be no match for Michigan's Sat-
urday are becoming increasingly
smaller as injuries cut into the
Wolverine front wall.
Ed McNiell joined Dom To-
masi on the sidelines yesterday
with a bad back while Bob
Mann was only able to work out
lightly. Last Saturday it was
learned that tackle Nick Susj-
ner was lost for the season be-
cause of a split vertebra disc
similar to the one that side-
lined Charley Keller of the
New York Yankees this season.
For the past few days Mann
has been barely able to lift his
arm over his head because of a
shoulder bruise. Trainer Jim Hunt
has taken all precautions by plac-
ing the fast flanker on a schedule
of light exercise in order that he
be in shape for Saturday's en-
counter with Michigan State.
Tomasi is on the sidelines
favoring a very painful leg. Al-
though x-rays revealed that no
bones were broken, the "watch"
charm" guard is confined to a
few exercises which should
strengthen the muscles, and in-
crease the circulation in the in-
jured area. It is uncertain
whether or not Tomasi will see
any action in the first game.
Susjner, husky 200 pound tackle
hailing from West Virginia, had
been developing into a toug'i
tackle, ready to step into a first
string berth. But a regular scrim-
mage last weekend wrote finish to
his short-lived '47 football career.
An aerial and ground drill
featured yesterday's session as
several units alternated against
a redshirted team of second-
Big Nine Notes
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Sept. 23
-()-Indiana's probable lineup
against Nebraska at Lincoln Sat-
urdaywas rshaping up today as
the Hoosiers polished their of-
fense for the Huskers.
In the backfield Rex Grossman
was at quarter, George Taliaferro
at left half, Mel Groomes at right
half and Chick Jagade at full.
MADISON, Wis., Sept. 23-(A)-
Jack Wink, 25-year-old veteran
quarterback from Milwaukee, was
named game captain of the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin football team
today for the Badgers' Big Nine
conference opener against Purdue
here Saturday.
* * *
Columbus, O., Sept 23-AP- In-
tensified defensive work against
Missouri plays was planned for
tomorrow by Coach Wes Fesler
for his Ohio State University
Buckeyes after today's scrimmage
in which he felt the fourth string
was too successful with the Miss-
ouri offensive.
The Buckeye mentor, however,
was satisfied with the appearance
of his own first string on the of-
fensive and completed his start-
ing line-up by giving the nod to
fullback Joe Whisler.

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stringers. Crisler's charges re-
viewed plays thatahave been
used in past years along with a
few additions to Michigan's al-
ready intricate offensive system.
In an attempt to minimize more
injuries, only a short scrimmage
was held at the end of the after-
noon.

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Boston .......81
*Cleveland ... 79
Philadelphia . .76
Chicago ......68
Washington ..62
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NEW YORK, Sept. 23-(/P)-
Assault was frisking around Bel-
mont like a young fellow feeling
his oats today so trainer Maxie
Hirsch, who cast his vote over-
night against running in Satur-
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