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~ %THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Baseball,

Golf Teams On Road Today Tigers Tak

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Barten, Fonville Seek Eastern
Titles in Pennsylvania Relays

Michigan's two Olympic track
possibilities, Charlie Fonville and
Herb Barten will take to the field
today in the Penn Relays in hopes
of adding some Eastern titles to
the scores of Midwestern honors
they have already captured this
year.
Fonville, the world's number
one shot-putter figures to have
things pretty much his own way
in the Pennsylvania get-togeth-
er, but Barten, who will anchor
two relay teams, will have to go
all out in order to win any blue
ribbons.
The Wolverine captain will be
called upon to face the top
middle-distance men in the na-
tion during the two day meet, and
a creditable showing here would
greatly bolster his hopes for the
summer London event.
Chief threat to Barten will

come from the great Reggie
Pearman of NYU. Pearman de-
feated Illinois' Flying Jamaican,
Herb McKenley in the final leg
of the Pennsylvania mile relay
last year, and the bespectacled
Violet has continued to burn up
sea-board tracks during the
present season.
With him running the anchor
leg, the New York squad is fa-
vored to capture the mile title.
A blistering quarter by Barten,
however, might cause a drastic
change in the agenda for the day.
The "M" Club picnic orig-
inally scheduled for May 9th,
has been moved up a week and
will be held Sunday May 2nd
instead.

Netmen Ready
For FirstTilt
Tennis will make its 1948 de-
but at Michigan tomorrow when
a good Western Michigan squad
comes to Ann Arbor.
The Broncos despite the loss
of last year's first and second
singles men whipped Vanderbilt
twice and took a single victory
over Mississippi in their only
games to date.
The aggressive Paton who is
probably one of the best volley-
ers in college tennis heads a long
list of veterans that are expected
to make a strong bid for Western
Conference honors.
Gangling Fred Otto will play
in the second singles against
Western Michigan's John Milroy
while Capt. Bill Mikulich will hold
down the third spot against Bill
Lightvoet.
May 15-Greatest "E" Day in
history.

'M' Nine Meets Indiana;
Liiksters To Face OSUJ

Fisher I Start Art
Schal on, Elliott To
... Baseball

Dole Against Hoosiers
Lead Golfers in Debut
... Golf

CHICAGO. April 22-(.)-The
Detroit Tigers won their third
straight victory from the Chicago
White Sox tcday 3 to 2, to keep
pace with the Philadelphia Ath-
letics.
Held hitless for five innings by
rookie Howie Judson, the Tigers
shattered in one inning the 22-
year-old right hander's dreams of
winning his first major league
start.
Judson set the stage for his de-
feat by walking Bob Swift to open
the sixth. Virgil Trucks attempt-
ed to bunt, but fouled out. Connie
Berry, Detroit's rookie shortstop,
then doubled to left, scoring Swift.
Eddie Mayo singled to score Berry
and Hoot Evers' double sent Mayo
across wtih the winning run.

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Rained out of their second at-
tempt to open at home, Michi-
gan's baseball team takes to the
road again, this time journeying'
to Bloomington, where they will
face the Indiana nine today in
the first of a two game series.!
The Hoosiers have a potentially
strong squad that boasts 16 re-
turning letterme'n, including five
pitchers, but their two losses toI
Wisconsin will probably send the
Wolverines on the field slight fa-
vorites to extend their Conference
winning streak.
Michigan mentor Ray Fisher
named a 16 man squad to make
the jaunt to Indiana. He indi-
cated that he would keep the
same lineup that has been used
so far this season.
In the leadoff spot is hard
hitting center fielderBump El-
liott, followed by Ralph Morrison
in left and Ted Kobrin on third
base.
First sacker Jack Weisenburger
is hitting in the clean up post,
with Howard Wikel, the team's
leading hitter batting fifth and
playing shortstop. Dom Tomasi
will play second and bat sixth.
Bob Chappuis in right field
will be in the seventh slot, fol-
lowed by either Hal Raymond
or Walt Hancock who will hold
down the catching assignment.
Art Dole, Michigan's ace hurler,
with a two victory and no defeats
record so far this season, will get
the nod for today's game. In ad-
dition to Dole, Fisher named three
other pitchers to make the trip.
Ed Heikkinen and Bud Rankin,
one of whom will get the starting
role forbSaturday's contest make
up the balance of the staff along
with Bob Fancett.
Also making the trip will be
Ted Berce, utility infielder, Hal
Morrill and Dick Bodycomb,
both first sackers.
The Hoosiers wound up sev-
enth in the Big Nine last year,
winning four and losing six
against Conference foes. As a
team they batted .188, which was
second lowest in the Big Nine.
Indiana coach Danny Danielson
called his squad about average,
saying that the pitching was
questionable and the hitting
spotty. He termed the fielding
good and said that his catching
staff wasodefinitely improved over
last season.
Joe Normington, big right-
handed pitcher will be the front
line hurler. Don Ritter, who saw
action in the outfield last season,
batting .382 may move in from
the outer gardens to try his left-
handed slants.
Roger A. Gatford, Michigan
engineering student, scored the
first hole-in-one of the local
season at the University course
yesterday. Gatford made his
ace on the 180-yard 17th hole.

Michigan's golf team will swing
out down by the O-hi-O today
when the linksters take to the
fairways against a seasoned OSU
outfit in their first Big Nine tussleI
of the year.
An inter-squad match mixing
the talents of jayvees and varsity
golfers was played earlier in the
week to determine the team for
today's match.
Twenty-four men chased the
ballvaround the courseandba
twelve man team headed by
Pete Elliott wound up on top.
Elliott paced his team with a
77 while Ed Schalon continued
to scorch the fairways turning
in an excellent 73 for the losers.
The men who got the nod to
swing off the first tee for the
Wolverine varsity are Ed Schalon,
Dave Barclay, Pete Elliott, Rog
Kessler, Chuck MacCallum, Mort
Cohn, Bill Cutler, Doug Beath,
Garry DeVries, and Tom Messin-
ger.
Ohio State will put a bunch of
veteran golfers out on the links
with Howard Baker Saunders, Big
Nine Co-Champion, leading the
parade.
A couple of others from the
OSU nemesis which tripped the
Wolverines 13-12 at Columbus last
year are Pete Sohl and Alex Pollie.
By mutual agreement be-
tween Wolverine Coach Bert
Katzenmeyer and the Buckeyes'
Bob Keppler the meeting be-
tween the two teams will fea-
ture ten man squads, the larg-
est ever employed in a Big Nine
golf match.
The move has been instituted
to increase varsity golf competi-
tion in Big Nine circles and to
allow a more representative group
to participate.
The last few years have seen
the victories equally divided, the
home team toppling the visitor
with amazing regularity. Last
year Michigan was edged out by
a point in OSU's back yard but
came back to trounce the Bucks
in the second meeting of the sea-
son.
Supplementing the varsity con-
test will be a jayvee match. Bill
Ludolph, Jayvee coach, will send
Jerry Weiler, Bob Keyser, Bill
Talfer and Keith LeClaire into
the fray against the Bucks.
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