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THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1918

TVHE MICHIIGAN DAILY

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Wolverine

ine

Trounces

oledo

Netters Rally To Defeat
Kalamazoo College, 6-3
Wolverines Make Clean Sweep of Doubles
After Breaking Even in Singles Matches

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By JOHN BAR-BOUR
It wasn't easy going and Michigan had to sweep the doubles
matches to gain a well-earned 6-3 triumph over the Kalamazoo Hor-
nets on the Ann Arbor courts yesterday.
The Wolverines split the singles and, with the score at 3-3, they
turned to the doubles where Andy's

Raymond, Kobrin Spark
Maize and Blue Batters
Weisenburger Poles Homer for Michigan;
Fisher Uses Six Hurlers To Halt Rockets
(Special to The Daily)
TOLEDO, O., May 5-Toledo's baseball team jumped on Michi-
gan's starting hurler, lefty Bud Rankin, in the last of the first inning
for two runs tonight, but that's all the home team was able to do, ex-
cept watch the Wolverines tear around the bases for their eighth
straight victory.
Michigan banged out fourteen hits to the home team's five and
went on to win, 7-2.
Coach Ray Fisher employed six flingers against the Rockets
and their combined magic was too much for the Ohio nine. After
their first inning splurge, the Toledoans could only bang out two
hits, both of them singles.
With two away in the last of the first, Ted Houston leaned into a

Paton and Bill Mikulich faced duo
Kazoo racquets handled by Art
Leighton and Nick Beresky.
They eased by the Hornets 6-2,
6-2, in a smoothly played match.
Fred Otto, who was out of the
singles line-up because of sinus
trouble, teamed with Jack Hersh
in No. 2 doubles to work Vic Bra-
den and Mary Mantin of Kala-
mazoo for a 6-2, 7-5 victory.
No. 3 doubles .found Gordie
Naugle and Don MacKay squdeze
by Kazoos Jack Sunderland and
Stowe 3-6, 7-5, 7-5.
In the singles Andy Paton fal-
tered at first and then snapped
back on a surprised Jack Sunder-
land 4-6, 6-3, 6-2.
Mikulich, now playing No. 2
singles, faced Art Leighton, who
defeated him last year and gained
sweet revenge, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2. Hersh
fell in the No. 3 singles to the
Hornet's Nick Beresky, 6-3, 6-1.
Gordie Naugle pulled the No.
4 solo win as he outplayed Braden
of Kalamazoo 6-3, 6-3, but Don
MacKay dropped the No. 5 singles
to Mantin of the Kazoos and
Michigan stood at this point in
the singles 3-2 over Kalamazoo.
Ax Jemal worked on Wolverine
Dick Lincoln for a 6-3, 6-4 win
that evened things- for the Hor-
nets.
Major League
Leaders
BATTING
Player, Club G. AB R. H. Pet.
Boudreau, Ind. .9 37 7 17 .459
Gustine, Pirates 13 49 11 22 .449
Zarilla, Browns .10 37 4 15 .405
Williams, R. Sox 13 48 13 19 .396
Westlake, Pirates 13 41 8 16 .390
Furillo, Dodgers 13 36 7, 14 .389
RUNS BATTED IN
American League
Williams, Red Sox 15
Evers, Tigers ........ ........13
Boudreau, Indians ............11
Mayo, Tigers ................11
DiMaggio Yankees ......... .11

Kalamazoo has shown up well
against the best in Western Con-
ference tennis. Northwestern, con-
sidered the team to beat, spoiled'
a brilliant record of shut-outs'
when the Hornets forced them
to fight for their 6-3 win.
Illinois, whose surprising team
has gained much respect in the
Big Nine circuit, barely squeezed
by the Kazoos, 5-4, in a net fight
thatwhad the Illini sweating all
the way.

BOB CHAPPUTIS
... plays before home folks
Dick Fashbaugh was yester-
day elected to captain the gym-
nasts next year. He excels on
the parallel bars, side-horse,
high-bar, and flying rings, the
last being his specialty. Fash-
baugh succeeds Tom Tillman.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room
1021 Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on
the day preceding publication (11:00
a.m. Saturdays).
*. * *
Notices
THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1948
VOL. LVIII, No. 151
University Senate meeting pre-
viously called for May 10 has been
cancelled.
School of Music Assembly: 11
a.m., Thurs., May 6, Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre. Classes and les-
sons dismissed. Attendance re-
quired.
College of Engineering: Stu-
dents who expect to attend the
Summer Session should notify the
Secretary's Office, Room 263, W.
Engineering Building, as soon as
possible.
Veterans are notified that a
subsistence survey is to be con-
ducted by officials of the Veterans
Administration on May 10 in
Room 100A, Rackham Building
between the hours of 8 a.m. and

3:30 p.m. The office will not close
during the lunch hour.
This survey is to be conducted
only for those veterans who have
failed to receive a subsistence
check during the course of their
current enrollment.
Veterans having questions con-
cerning amounts of checks can
expect to receive an adjustment
within the near iuture.
Bureau of studezi. Opinion:
Students who have been selected
for interviews by the Bureau of
Student Opinion, and who have
not as yet been interviewed, are
requested to appear in Rrm. 5,
Tappan Hall, at their earliest con-
venience.
The Bureau is open from 1:30
to 5:30 and from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Petitions for Union Vice-Presi-
dents will be accepted in The Stu-
dent offices of the Michigan Un-
ion Thursday, May 6 and Friday,
May 7 from 3-5 p.m. Each petition
must bear the names of two hun-
dred members of the Union, and
specify the school in which the
candidate is going to run. The
election will be held May 13.
Women students who are mem-
bers of the University Band going
to Monroe on May 6 have 11:30
p.m. permission.
Women students attending eith-
er the "Ensemble '48 Ball or the
Inter-Fraternity Ball, Fri., May 7,
have 1:30 a.m. permission. Calling
hours will not be extended.
Bureau of Appointments and Oc-
cupational Information, 201
Mason Hall:
The Civil Service Commission,
State of Michigan, has announced
examinations for the following po-
(Continued on Page 4)

plump offering by Rankin and
blasted a 350 foot four-master
over the left field wall for the first
run of the game.
Bob Ross, Toledo's leading bat-
ter, followed with a sharp single to
right and was quickly doubled
home by right fielder Carl Pete.
Bob Dexter saved Rankin further
work as he fanned to end the
inning.
Michigan struck back with a
single tally in the top of the sec-
ond on two line drive hits. After
Wikel strolled and was nipped
as he attempted a pilfer of sec-
ond, Dom Tomasi drove a double
into left.
Bob Chappuis fanned and Hal
Raymond banged out his first of
three hits, scoring Tomasi. Ran-
kin kept things alive with a single
to center, but Elliott popped out
to end the uprising.
The Wolverines went two up on
the home club in the fourth when
three men crossed the last plat-
ter. Tomasi led off with a walk
and went to second when third
baseman Bob Dexter bobbled
Chappuis' grounder for a miscue.
Raymond dropped a bunt be-
tween the pitcher's mound and
third and beat the throw for his
second straight hit, filling the
bases. Tomasi tagged up on
Rankin's deep fly to the left
fielder for the first run of the
frame.
After Elliott popped up to third,
Ralph Morrison drilled a two bag-
ger into left center, sending
Chappuis and Raymond home
with runs three and four.
Elliott was nipped by an accur-
ate throw in from Dick Houston
as he tried to stretch his hit into
a triple.
Michigan roared back with
two more runs in the next in-
ning, one of them a homer by
Jack Weisenburger with the
bases empty.
Kobrin led off with a single to
left but was cut down a moment
later when he attempted to steal.
Weisenburger stepped up to the
plate and poled the first pitch

into the left-center field stands,
360 feet away.
Dexter came up wtih his second
error on Wikel's hard-hit ground-
er a few seconds later andgChap-
puis followed with a walk
on four straight pi,, hes.
Raymond chopped a single to left,
scoring Wikel and spelling finish
for Bill Kives, Toledo's starting
chukker. Vern Bayer came in
from the bull pen and ended the
inning without further damage.
But Bayer wasn't to leave the
game unscathed. Ted Kobrin
reached him for a single in the
ninth and scored shortly after-
wards when Wikel pumped out a
double to left.
Pat Morrison was the winning
hurler.
* * *
BOX SCORE

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Michigan (7) AB
Elliott, ef. 6
Morrison, If ..5
Kobrin, 3b ..5
Weis'b'ger, 1b 5
Wikel, ss ....3
Tomasi, 2b ...3
Wolf, 2b .....0
Chappuis, rf .4
Raymond, c . .3
Hancook, c . .2
Rankin, p . . . .1
P. Morrison ,p 0
Hicks, p ... .0
Fancett, p ...0
Baker ......1
Heikkinen, p 0
Dole, p ....0 0
Totals ....38

R
0
0
1
1
1
2
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
7

E
0
2
3
1
1
1
0
1
3
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
9

Po
2
2
0
6
2
3
1
0
11
0
a
0
0
0
0
0
0
27
P4
0
4
3
5
4
5
2
3
1
0
27

'Batted for Fancett

Toledo (2) AB
Yonkee, cf . ..3
Muzi, ss ......4
Houston, if ..3
Ross, lb.....3
Pete, rf......4
Dexter, 3b ... .4
Kartholl, 2b . .4
Bergman, c . .4
Kives, p ......2
Bayer, p (5th) 1

R
a
1
1
0
a
9
0
0
0

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