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Wolverines

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Tennis Team
To Play Irish
At South Bend
Wolverine netmen will set out
for South Bend, Indiana, Satur-
day morning to take on the netters
' of Notre Dame that afternoon.
The tennis team, bouncing back
after their defeat in Lansing Wed-
nesday, will oppose a strong Irish
squad. The Wolverines bowed
6-3 when the two teams met here
last year.
Six Michigan men will make the
trip. Still holding down the num-
ber one slot is Andy Paton. How-
ever in the second position Cap-
tain Bob Mikulich is slated to take
Fred Otto's place for this match at
least. Fred, who was sick during
the matches at Lansing and is
some better will hold down the
number three berth for the Maize
and Blue.
Netman number four is Jack
Hersch with George Naugle and
Bob McKay taking care of the
fifth and sixth spots respectively
for the Wolverines.
The best Rose Bowl pictures are
in 'Ensian.

Allen Takes
New Position
George Allen, line coach of the
150 pound team, followed the re-
cent trend of Michgian coaches
when he reported that he will be-
come head football coach at
Morningside College, Sioux City,
Iowa.
Allen, who received his, BA in
'47 and his master's degree last
February in physical education,
will also assist with the baseball
squad and instruct several physi-
cal education classes. His duties
will begin sometime in August
when fall gridiron practice gets
underway.
Although the 150 pound-squad
worked mainly with the T-form-
ation last year, Allen is basically
well grounded in the single wing
attack. He will probably select as
his assistant, another Michigan
graduate who is also familiar with
this style of play.
I-M BASEBALL
Professional League Corrections
Phi Chi, Tau Epsilon, post-
poned.
Phi Epsilon Kappa 14, Nu
Sigma Nu, 7.

Face P
J-V Golfers
Meet Michigan
Normal Today
Michigan's junior varsity golf -
ers will be seeking their second
straight victory of the season
when they face the invading
Michigan Normal varsity on the
University course at 1:00 P.M.
this afternoon.
- Fresh from a sweeping 18-1
conquest of Albion College, the
Wolverines will be hard put to
avenge an early 121//-51/2~ defeat,
suffered at the hands of themore
experienced Hurons.
The outcome of the match pro-
bably will hinge on the result of
the No. 1 singles event between
Keith LeClaire of Michigan and
Earl Burt of the Ypsilanti squad.
Burt recorded a dazzling 71 in
the first outing of the two teams,
which was held at the Washtenaw
Country Club.
The remainder of the Maize
and Blue four-man contingent
will consist of Jerry Weiler, John
McCloy, and Bill Telfer. Their
opponents in the individual
matches will be Bob Nichols,
Howard Slocum, and Don Hock-
rein, respectively.
The scores of the singles
matches, in this 18 hole affair.
will be combined to make up the
best ball event. LeClaire and
Weiler will face Burt and Nichols
while McCloy and Telfer will be
pitted against Slocum and Hock-
rein.

owerful

Buckeye

Nine

Fisher T o Start Art Dole;
Wi-el Back in Line-Up

WI icigan's future in the cur-
ient Conference baseball race will
be partially decided today, when
the Wolverine nine faces the
Buckeyes of Ohio State in the
first of a two-game series on
Ferry Field at 3:30 p.m,
The Ohioans have a strong
team and are rated up at the top
of the Big Nine teams along with
Illinois and Michigan.
Buckeye Power Shown
In four previous Conference
contests, the Buckeyes have de-
monstrated their hitting power,
downing Purdue twice and runn-
ing wild over Northwestern last
weekend. Each team will be out
to break the other's Big Nine
streak, as the Wolverines have
also won four and lost none in
games with Iowa and Indiana.
Coach Ray Fisher has nominat-
ed big Art Dole to start today's
game in an attempt to gain the
jump on Ohio State. He will be
opposed by Pete Perini. Each
holds two victories over Big
Nine foes. Last year, the Wolver-
ines beat Perini, for their one vic-
tory over OSU.
Fisher Relies on Regulars
Coach Fisher will rely on his
regular starters in the first of the
'two games. In his usual lead-off
post will be Bump Elliott, center
field, followed by left fielder
Ralph Morrison.

Ted Kobrin will be batting third
and playing third base, with Jack
Weisenburger in the cleanup slot
and holding down the first base
job.
Wikel Returns
After missing the Detroit game
Wednesday because of a bad leg,
Howie Wikel will be back in the
line up at his regular shortstop
post and will be hitting f i f t h,
followed by Dom Tomasi on
second base.
In the seventh slot is Bob
Chappuis in right field with
catcher Hal Raymond next in
line.
The Buckeyes will field a power
packed line-up with five of the
regulars hitting above the .300
mark in their four Big Nine
games.
Bernhardt Heads List
Heading this list is outfielder
Bill Bernhardt with .412. He is
followed by Shortstop Bob Wey-
gandt at .381, catcher Norb Ranz
and outfielder Ray Beghardt at
.375 and outfielder Alex Verjova
with .358. Their eight regulars
and pitchers Perine and Dick
Magato provide a ten man aver-
age of .333.
The two teams will conclude
their series tomorrow afternoon
with a single game starting at
2:00 p.m,

Only Six Colts
Set for Derby
Louisville, April 29 --AP-
Only four horses were con-
sidered certain tonight to have
a go at the terrible twins, Cita-
tion and Coaltown, in Satur-
day's 74th running of the Ken-
tucky Derby.
When the final entries are
dropped into the secretary's
box, the expectation is that
these four will find themselves
committed to the mile and a
quarter tussle: Ben Whitaker's
My Request, W. L. Brann's
Escadru, Mrs. J. P. Adams'
Grandpere, and R. W. Mcdl-
vain's Billings.

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Cleveland's rampaging Indians
continued undefeated as Lou
Boudreau pounded out four
straight hits, including a double
and a home run, to spark Cleve-
land to a 5-2 verdict over St. Louis,
the Indian's sixth consecutive win.
The shortstop-manager drove
in three runs while pitcher Bob
Lemon allowed the Browns eght
scattered hits during the entire
game.
The cellar - dwelling Chicago
White Sox gained a narrow 5-4
decision over the Detroit Tigers as
catcher Aaron Robinson had a
perfect day at bat with a homer,
double, single, and a walk.
Tiger first basemen, George,

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Vico, pounded his fourth homer
of the year.
Taking their fourth straight
victory, the Yankees slipped into
second place with a 5-4 triumph
over Washington in a ten inning
affair.
Two run homers by Ten Wil-
liams, Sam Mele, Joe Dobs and
Jake Jones accounted for eight
runs as the Boston Red Sox de-
feated Philadelphia, 11-5,+ today.
In the national league, the old
Ebbets Field jinx and 20 Dodger
hits smacked the League-leading
New York Giants right between
the eyes as Brooklyn fashioned
a 17-7 victory.
Freak homers by Dick Sisler
and Harry Walker enabled the
Phis to pull out a 4-2 won over
the Braves.
Old Elmer Riddle did it again
for the Pirates, scattering seven
hits, as Pittsburgh nipped the
Cubs, 4-2.
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