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THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1948

TUIE MICH IAN DAILY

THE HITS OF DIXIE: B HEY, WHCH WAY 1)I. RUN?
~ike's .391 Leads Wolverine Batters li Pep Met eBiinis '1

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By hRB RUSKIN
At thi six game mark in the
Wolverine baseball sciedule, four
Wolverine diamond men are
hitting the ball at a better than
.300 clip.
They are h d by Howard Wikel,
who was recently shfited from
right field to shortstop. Wikel is
pounding the ball at a very solid
.391 clip and has been a vital cog
in the Wolverine attack.
Close on his heels is Ted
Berce who has seen action this
year at third base and in the
outfield. He has gathered four
hits in 11 times at the plate for
a .363 average.
Bob Chappuis is next on the
Michigan batting parade with a
.333 average. Catching and play-
ing in the outfield, he has hit
safely five times in 15 times at
bat.
Following him is Jack Weis-
enburger with eight blows in
his 25 times at bat for a .320
percentage. He has hit safely in
each of the last five games that
the Wolverines have played,

getting three for five against
the Camp Lee nine.
Farther down on the list is sec-
ond-baseman Dom Tomasi with a
.250 average. However, his six hits
in 24 times at bat does not tell
the true story of his value as a
hitter. Three of those six hits
have been home runs, one of
which won the Quantico game for
Michigan, and another that
helped win the Georgetown tilt.
Bump Elliott is the only other
Wolverine with an average over
.200. He has ably filled his job
as leadoff man, reaching base and
hitting in the pinches.
Although the other Michigan
players are not up at the top
with their averages, that does
not mean that they are not
dangerous hitters. "Lefty" Hal
Morrill rapped one of the long-
est balls ever hit in Ferry Field
in Monday's practice, reaching
the tennis courts in dead center
field on the fly and going all
the way to the wall before it
was retrieved.
Ted Kobrin too is a dangerous
man with the bat. Against Ohio

U. he smacked a ball 400 feet
only to have it hauled in by the
left fielder who was playing all
the Wolverines deep. Nor can the
potentialities of Ralph Morrison
or Hal Raymond be discounted by
opposing pitchers.
Bill Taft and Ed Heikkinen are
the only pitchers to collect at
least one hit. Taft, who has been
used as a pinch-hitter by Coach
Ray Fisher on several occasions,
is batting .429 with three hits in
seven times at the plate. Heik-
kinen has one for three and .333
average.
In the matter of pitching deci-
sions, Art Dole and Bob Fancett
each have one win against no
losses, while Bob Hicks and Heik-
kinen are at the .500 mark with
one win and one loss on their rec-
ords. Pat Morrison, Bud Rankin
and Taft have all seen action, but
did not figure in any decisions on
the southern tour.
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WALLY WEBER
the tortoise

Students Flood I- Building
To Enter All-Campus Dash

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Tigers Lose

NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 14-
(P)-Nashville's Vols of the South-
ern Association tamed the Ameri-
can League Detroit Tigers, 4-1, in
an exhibition game here today, as
22-year-old Jimmy Burns and Lee
Holloman combined to hurl a neat
seven-hitter.
Hal Newhouser gave just three
singles and no runs before giving
way to Hal White in the sixth.

IMl aple Leafs It's got the whole campus talk- in previous years and it is hoped
ing-everyone's walking just a it will revive an old Michigan
Down Detroit little bit faster today than they've tradition.
ever walked before-fraternities Remember, all undergraduates
and dormitories are carrying on who have never been out for
To TaseeCucret sessions .. . Freshman or Varsity track or
What's it all about? Why, it's have never won an I-M dash
4thebigall campus 100-yard dash event is eligible.
DETROIT, April 14--(11')-Surg- contest, of course.
ing out for three goals in each Practically every organiza-
of the first two periods the To- Entrants from all over cam- tion on campus is getting up a
ronto Maple Leafs turned on the pus, especially fraternities and twelve man team. Let's all get
scoring power tonight' to sweep dormitories poured into the I- in on it and have a lot of fun.
si M building office all day yes-
their fourth straight game from terday. The trophy awarded to the or-
the Detroit Red Wings 7 to 2 and Numerous potential track greats ganizationamassing the most
retain professional hockey's prized were rumored to be signing up points is one of the largest ever
Stanley Cup.for the all-important affair, awarded for an all-campus event
By plastering Detroit in four One fellow who claimed he had and will be a proud possession of
games after whipping Boston in any winner.
five in the opening play-off Get your entrants lined up to-
round, the Leafs swept to their All contest entrants should day. Remember, you get a point
third cup triumph in four years phone 8109 or sign up in per- for each participant-the more
and their fourth in eight years son at the I-M building office. the merrier.
under their clever coach, Clarence Remember, that trophy would
(Happy) Day. look mighty good on your man-
Altogether it was the sixth time telpiece.
the battered old trophy has re-
posed in Toronto. run the hundred in 9.8 felt con- Tebil
The brilliant Leafs, gaining mo- fident that he would walk away SI
mentum all the way through the with the first place medal. An-
final series, pumped seven goals oranthe century in 9.4 when he
past Detroit's big red-cheeked
netminder, Harry Lumley, ip the was fifteen years old was turned Most of the hard work has been
final game for one of the most down because he was a graduate taken out of camping, hunting
decisive climax cup victories in student. and fishing!
history. The rumor is spreading This is proved by what you will
The capacity crowd of 14,043 around campus that Michigan see at the free Sportsmans' Show
fans was chilled quickly, and so track coach Ken Doherty has to be held this coming Saturday
were the Red Wings' hopes, when challenged Freshman Coach and Sunday at. Ann Arbor! For
thet Leafs turned on the steam Wa ly Weber to an exhibition example, they have Shakespeare
for two goals in the first five duel on the big day, rods, feather-light and made of
minutes of play, one of them Ted Wally hasn't run in quite a glass. They show 1948 reels, that
(Teeter) Kennedy's rebound ef- while but those who are in the almost guarantee a trout, a bass or
fort and the other on a break- know feel certain that he will a bluegill.
away dash by defenseman Garth accept the challenge. He has par- They are the reels that even a
Boesch. ticipated in many such contests rank amateur can use without
getting lines snarled!
For the sportsman who is weak,
there is a full sized canoe, made
entirely of metal, which only
weighs 55 lbs. in the 12 foot size,
and which can be carried over any
Softball Club-All-women inter- scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Monday at rapids with ease. Hot can foods
ested in forming a softball club Barbour Gym. are now put up so that you don't
are invited to attend the organi- Camp Counselors-A song fest even need a campfire to make hot
zational meeting at 5:15 p.m. to- will be held for all members at dishes or coffee.
morrow at the WAB. Those un- 7:15 p.m. Tuesday at the WAB Bill Hiser, of Ann Arbor, a fly-
able to attend the meeting mayLounge tying expert will show fishermen
call Joanne Miles at 2-2569. L . how to take the hair off a rabbit's
Michifish-Members will meet Archery-Regular meeting at 5 ear, the skin of a turker's neck,
at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Union p.m. Wednesday at the WAB.
Pool. Suits have come and may Ping Pong Club-A demonstra-
be purchased at Moe's Sport Shop. tion of skill will be given by sev-
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Ballet - Participation will be
discussed at the regular meeting
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NEW
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eral men students the meetig at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the WAB.
Modern Dance - Important
business and practice meeting for
all members at 7 p.m. Wednesday
at Barbour Gym.
Badminton-Joyce Meengs was
announced the winner of the "A"
Tournament of both the campus
and club tournaments. Jere Mul-
son is winner of the "B" tourna-
ment of the club competition
while Pat Tilley is the winner of
the "B" tournament in the all
campus contest.
Tennis Club-A meeting will be
held at 5:10 p.m. Friday in the
Women's Athletic Building. Mem-
bers will sign up for the club tour-
nament, and practice hours will
be arranged. The Club is also
planning an all-campus women's
double tourney; all those interest-
ed may sign up in Barbour Gym.
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All the Way .......................Harry James
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Little White Lies .....................Dinah Shore
Robin's Nest ...................... Claude Thornhill
ON SIGNATURE-
Blue Moon .................. Page Cavanaugh Trio
Ma wena.......................... Anita O'Day
y Melancholy Baby .................... Alan Dale
You'll Nver Walk Alone ................ Ray Block
ON MUSICRAFT-
Gentleman Friend..... ..... .....Sarah Vaughn
You're Blase.........................Sarah Vaughn
Night and Day .......................... Mel Torme
ON CAPITOL-
That OldBlack Magic................. Mel Powell
At A Sidewalk Penny Arcade ............ Pied Pipers
April Showers..................Margaret Whiting
Swedish Pastry (be-bop) ...........Stan Hasselgard
G-String Boogie.... .....................Alvino Rey
Peanut Vendor.........................Stan Kenton
I Can't Get Started ...............Billy Butterfield
Gofus................................J. Mercer
Poi ciana........................ The Starlighters
ON VICTOR-
Cincinnati.............. ......... Ray McKinley
You Turned the Tables on Me .......... Herbie Fields
Laroo Laroo Lilli Bolero...............Perry Como
Jumior Hop ........................ Johnny Hodges
Temptation...........................Perry Como
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