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SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1948

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Mi .chigan Nine

Tops Iowa,

5 -2

'M' Plavs Host To Prep Meet

FERRY FIELD FAME:
'Daily 100' To Bring Cinder
Glory To Unknown Thinclad

W*alk olvrines kto Victory,
Hawk hurler Passes Eleven
W eiscuburger, Tomasi, Kobrin Get Lone M'
flits as Dole iHurls Eight Hitter, Fans Five

Yost Field House is today'
scheduled for unprecedented ac-
tivity as the 1,180 track men from
81 Michigan high schools invade
Ann Arbor for the annual River
Rouge Meet.
This meet is expected to bring
a large turnout from University
students, many of whose old
school colors will be flashing
around the track this afternoon
and evening.
The day's activities will start
in the morning at 10:00 with a
coaches meeting until noon. Then
at 1:00 p.m. the preliminaries will
commence.
Preliminaries in the high jump,

pole vault, and shot put will run
all afternoon, with the high and
low hurdles being run from 1:00
until 3:30 and the 60 yard dash
going from 3:30 until the end of
the preliminaries at 4:30.
Finals in the medley relays,
consisting of an 880, 440, 660 and
4 mile run in that order, will
take place at 3:00, 3:30, and 4:00
for Classes A, B, C and D com-
bined, respectively. This event will
be run outdoors.
From 4:30 until 6:00 there will
be a break in the day's activity
while the officials eat and the
track is prepared for the eve-
ning's finals.

The finals will run from :00
until 8:55 with a ten minute break
at 6:30 for the welcome of Law-
rence Petersen, President River
Rouge Board of Education and re-
marks by Charles E. Forsythe
State Director of Athletics, The
time of the finals will be:
6:00-Pole vault; high jump.
6 :00--High hurdles.
6:20-60-yard dash.
6:40-Mile run.
7:00-Shot put.
7:10-440-yard dash.
7:35-Low hurdles.
7:50-880-yard dash.
8:20-880-yard relay.
8:55-Present trophies.

Next Wednesday afternoon on
Ferry Field, some unsuspecting
male undergraduate buzzing
around Michigan, heretofore an
unknown among unknowns, will
be rocketed into fame, glory, and
a position of property.
Perhaps a victory in The Daily
sponsored all-campus 100 yard
dash event will be the culmina-
tion of years of preparatory work
by some future Jesse Owens.
Owens Smashed Three
In fact, it was thirteen years
ago this very month, that during
the staging of the Big Ten Out-
door Track Championships here
in Ann Arbor, Jesse Owens ran!
off with three world's records and
matched the existing universal
' dash mark of 9.4 seconds.
Jesse's record smashes were
cinched when he slashed .3 sec-
Louise Suggs
In Golf Finals
PINEHURST, N.C., April 16-
(A')--National Champion houise
Suggs of Atlanta and Grace Lenc-
zyk of Newington, Conn., today
moved to the finals of the 46th
Annual North and South Wom-
en's Golf Tournament.
Miss Suggs, a two-time cham-
pion, made the finals for the third
straight year with a 6 and 5 vic-
tory over Carol Diringer, Tifflin,
O. Miss Lenczyk turned back
Peggy Kirk, medalist from Find-
lay, O., 3 and 2, in semi-final
matches.

onds off the existing :20.6 220
yard dash, pared .4 seconds from
the :23.0 200 yard hurdles, and
leaped 6%1/ inches better than the
standing 26 feet, 21%', inches broad
jump.
That Jesse Owens could have
easily run away with the 100 yard
event instead of tying is almost
a certainty if he had seen the
beautiful Michigan Daily Trophy
now on display in a State street
bookstore's window.
Trophy Goes to Winner
In addition to the trophy grac-
ing the wining organization's
mantle come next Wednesday
evening, be it fraternity, dormi-
tory, independent, or rooming
house, the first twelve men to
break the tape will be sporting
shiny new medals, emblematic of
their achievement.
Determination of the organiza-
tion winner will be by awarding
the first place winner twelve
points, second place man eleven,
and so on down the line. In ad-
dition, each house will receive one
point for each of a maximum of
twelve contestants. The group,
then, boasting the most individual
points will be awarded the trophy.
Once again, entries should be
phoned into the main office at
the Intramural Building, tele-
phone 8109, or delivered in per-
son to that office.
It is later than you think!
'M' Club ToPlani,
Michigras Booth
Plans for Michigras will be the
chief order of business at Tues-
day's 'M' Club meeting, according
to an announcement by Dom To-
masi, club president.
This and other important club
business will be discussed and To-
masi urged that all members at-
tend. The meeting will take place
at 7:30 p.m. in the 'M' Club room
in Yost Field House.

(Special to The Daily)
IOWA CITY, Iowa, April 16-
Thanks to eleven bases on balls
by a wild Hawkeye hurler Mich-
igan walked to their first Con-
ference win in the Big Nine open-
er defeating Iowa 5-2 at Iowa
City this afternoon.
Art Dole went the route for the
Wolverines, allowing eight hits.
Dole, however, spaced the blows
well and only two singles fig-
ured in the Iowa scoring.
Coach Ray Fisher fielded a
right hand hitting ball club
against the southpaw slants of
Jack Bruner and the strategy paid+
off as Bruner's wildness turned

DOM TOMASI
.. scores first run
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puis tallied on Paul Vieth's in-
field out.
The Wolverines took the lead
in the fifth when Dom Tomasi
doubled and scored a moment
later when Iowa's third sacker
Kafer bobbled Chappuis' ground-
er. In the sixth Ted Kobrin's two
base wallop sent Vieth across the
plate after the latter had walked.
Bruner Chased
The Wolverines picked up in-
surance in the ninth when Bruner
opened the frame by passing
Vieth and Kobrin. Jack Weisen-
burger then slapped out a single
to score Vieth and send the Iowa
moundsman to the showers. Wes
Demro replaced him. Wikel sacri-
ficed both runners and Kobrin
scored on Tomasi's fly ball.
Coach Fisher plans to send Ed
Heikkiten to the hill tomorrow
in an endeavor to sweep the
series.

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--LT 1 ruTo out to be his undoing.
t ormai ioGay In fielding his team Fisher put
____Jack Weisenburger on first base
for his initial appearance at the
Michigan's jayvee golf squad position and moved Bob Chappuis
will open the 1948 season at 11 to right field so that Hal Ray-
o'clock today, when the "junior" mond could handle the backstop-
Wolverines meet the Michigan ping-
Normal varsity on the Washtenaw Wolverines Tally
Country Club links. Three walks in the top half of
With the qualifying rounds as the fourth inning gave Michigan
their opening scoring opportunity
yet not completed, Coach Bill and they registered when Chap-
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representthe Maize and Blue. A H Mic HuA b Ae .
rough match is in store for the MihgnAW. 1P .E
M' men, as the Ypsilanti Club Ellic f 2 A . 2P0.E
boasts an experienced squad, led Elliott, Cf.....2 0 0 2 0 0
by Howard Slocum and Earl Burt. ieth, if ....3 2 0 0 0 0
HKobvin. tab.....2 1 1 2 4 0
The four men who will vie with Weisenb'ger lb 3 0 2 9 0 0
the Normal aces are Jerry Weilere Wikel, ss. 0 0 2 3 0
Keith LeClaire, Harvey Jones, and Tomasi, 2b ....5 1 1 4 2 0
Bill Telfer. Their performances Chappuis, f ..4 1 0 2 0 0
today will help determine this! Raymond c....4 0 0 6 0 0
year's jayvee team. As soon as the Dole, p........3 0 0 0 2 0
qualifying rounds are finished,1
this week-end, the remaining po- {Totals .......30 5 4 27 11 0
sitions will be filled.
Today's 18-hole match will con- Iowa AB R. H. PO A. E.
sist of best-ball and medal play. Smith, If ......4 1 2 2 0 0
The winner of the four individual Erickson, cf .... 4 0 2 1 0 0
matches will receive three points Ebner, c ......4 1 0 8 1 0
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contests, with each foursome re- Sullivan, rf.3 0 1 0 0 0
ceiving one point for the lowest Kafer, 3b ......4 0 1 3 1 1
card. Everett, lb ....4 0 1 9 1 01
The Hurons will play a return Bruner, p ...,.4 0 1 0 2 0
match in Ann Arbor at the end Demero, p ....0 0 0 0 0 0
of the month. Today's tilt opens - - - - --
a ten-game schedule, which will Totals......35 2 8 27 8 1
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With their sights set on an-
other Conference championship,
more than 150 football aspirants
have literally stormed back into
Ferry Field to resume spring prac-
tice sessions under the direction
of Head Coach Bennie Ooostcr-
baan.
Yorgetltin that there ever
was such a thing as spring va-
cation, Oosterbaan has sched-
uled a six day week for his
gridders that'awill keep them
hard at work for five weeks.
Believing that the only way to
find out about each man's abil-
ity is to actually let him play
ball, the coach has already
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Though other activities have
kept out many of last year's stars,
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