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'Host to OSU
There won't be many Ann Ar-
borites able to travel to Madi-
son Wisconsin at the end of the
month to view the Big Nine track
and Field championships but a
reasonable facsimile for the big
affair should be provided at the
duel meet between Ohio State and
Michigan to be run Saturday on
Ferry Field.
The Buckeyes and the Wol-
verines, conceded the numbner
one and two spots on the Big
Nine heap are so evenly match-
ed for that event the coaches
themselves are having a hard
time figuring the whole thing
The Ohioans were clearly the
better team during the indoor
season. several factors have made
the Wolverines a vastly improved
aggregation outdoors.
The 100 and 220 yard dashes
which aren't run indoors should
add points to the Wolverine
total. Val Johnson who was a
quarter miler indoors and the
number one man of the mile re-
' lay is capable of producing a.
double victory in these events.
Probably the most rapidly
r improving member of the Mich-
igan squad is Clay Holland, who
wasn't too good indoors because
of the short distance but who can
skim those 220 yard hurdles out-
doors, at a terrific clip.
He is capable of beating out
Ohio's Lloyd Maxwell for the top
spot in this event.
Mrs. Victor Heyliger, wife of
the Michigan hockey mentor,
added two future prospects to
her husband's 1966 ice squad
yesterday afternoon, when she
netted a pair of goals in the
form of twin sons.

Three Conference Victories
Enhance '1' Title Prospects

They have to call you the
Champion , until someone can
knock the crown off your head-
and, in the case of Michigan's
golfers that will take some knock-
At the beginning of the golf
season not many Big Nine observ-
ers would or could have been
quoted as giving the Wolverines
a chance to repeat last year's up-
set performance when they won
Michigan's only Western Con-
The University of Michigan
ROTC Rifle Team finished its
season by taking first place in
the Military Match sponsoredj
by the Detroit Times on May 8.
The second ROTC Rifle Team
placed third in the tourna-
ment. Marksmanship medals
were awarded to both teams
andtheir coach, 1st Sgt. R. A.
ference Championship squeezing
by highly touted Purdue, OSU,
and Northwestern to the golf
Three Big Nine Wins
Now with a trio of Big Nine
victories salted away and a steady
display of top-notch golf to their
credit they've got the "team to
beat" label plastered all over
With each successive match the
team seems to become stronger
and more confident; they smack
of the ability to come from be-
hind with a last minute surge
that carries them into the win-
ner's circle.
OSU Was Tough
This week's return engagement
with OSU reinforces the state-
ment. The Buckeyes planned to be
a tough apple to polish off and
their golf certainly bore out their
The Bucks shot a marvelous

match turning in a 71, 72, 74, 78,
79, and 80-and this on the green
hunk of sponge that the rain had
made out of the University
'M' On Top
But Michigan got up for the
occasion and played just a little
better to come home ahead by
three points.
That victory was the sixth in a
row for the rampaging Wolver-
ines and their third Conference
win of the year.
The record of the high-flying
Michigan golfers can be attribut-
ed to several things.
Barclay Hits Stride
Dave Barclay's return to the
great type of play that brought
him the coveted NCAA Title last
year has been particularly im-
Roy Kessler's improvement has
boomed him' into the limelight as
one of Michigan's best shot-mak-
ers. In the last four matches he
has turned in remarkable per-
Kessler Gets Hot
Against OSU, down at Colum-
bus, Kessler carded a 76; then
came MSC and a par 72, North-
western and a 74, and yesterday
Winners of the MichiganrUn-
ion Sunday Evening Tourna-
ments for Men: Pocket Pool-
R. Babcock; Billiards-R. Bab-
cock; Ping Pong (Doubles)-
Jeff Nall and Ronald Getoor.
his best effort in competion this
year, a brilliant one-under par
Captain Ed Schalon continues
to shoot his steady dependable
game usually taking on the best
man that the other team has to
Pete Elliott belting long drives
and hitting his short irons
straight at the pin gets the nod
as the team's money player
A g ain st Northwestern Pete
clinched the match by winning
the 18th hole from his Wildcat
He posseses an amazing abiliy
to stay relaxed under pressure
and makes the best use of his
It's a good steady team iright
down the line and it will take a
hot bunch to get the Conference
Crown away from them when the
Big Nine Title goes on the line
at Northwestern May 28-29.
Linksiiien f(ToPl ay,
Washed off their own course,
Detroit will take another crack at
the high flyvng iWolverines when
they tangle with the Big Nine
Champs on the University Course
this afternoon.
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer has
not named on his starting line-
up yet, but it boils down to de-
ciding among seven of the Mich-
igan linksters.
Dave Barclay, Pete Elliott, Ton
Messinger, Bill Cutler, Chuck
MacCallum, Ken Fterke, and Mort
Cohn have the inside track for
the match with Rog Kessler, Doug
Beath, and Captain Ed Schalon
taking a day off from competi-
Last month when the Titans
got out of their own backyard
and onto the Michigan course
they were trounced 21%-5%.

Athletic Board
Badly in Need
Of Finances
(Continued from Page 1)
of over $11,000. As a whole, how-
ever, the net income from athletic
activities was just over $400,000.
Tuition fees athletic allocation
proved to be the next largest
source of income for the athletic
department, a total almost $130,-
000. On the other hand, salaries
and wages were the biggest items
on the disbursement side of the
ledger, over $190,000 being paid
Also included was a report on
the effects of the Rose Bowl game
on the football players' grades, de-
claring that the game had no ad-
verse influence on their scholar-
The report continued by saying,
"The benefits to the boys and to
the University of an occasional
contest in the Rose Bowl outweigh
the disadvantages."
In regard to the rule prohibiting
the participation of any member
of the Conference oftener than
once in three years, the Board felt
that this was a sound rule and
ought to be continued.

The sporting minds had better
collaborate and come up with
a new game that can be played in
rain, on wet grounds, and, espec-
ially, in Ann Arbor and vicinity,
or the Michigan baseball team is
going to have a little difficulty in
displaying its talents.
Last night the Wolverines were
scheduled to meet the Tar tais o
Wayne University in Detroit. but.
as had happened the last five
Tuesdays in succession, the rains
Weather Toughest Foe
Ray Fisher's boys will make
ancther attempt to beat the Ann
Arbor weather this afternoon
when they play host to the Mich-
igan State nine.
And, is precedence means any-
thing, the weather man might
as well crawl away and hid, until
next Tuesday. Michigan, in the
past two weeks, has had its Tues-
day game washed out, but has
successfully gotten in its Wednes-
days' contests.
Hopes Dampened.
The whole story started off on
a gloomy day early in the 1948

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For Crucial Illinois Games

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Inj yLihappy Cincinnati Reds today.
Ui I It was the third successive
Walker Cooper, Giants. . .chip- victory for the Phils over the
ped knee bone. . .six weeks. locals. Bucky Walters, trying
George Kell, Tigers. .broken for his 199th victory in the Na..
wrist. . .four weeks. tional League, was the loser. Ed
Harry Taylor, Dodgers. . .ap- Heusser was the winning hurl-
pendicitis. . .three weeks. er,
Schoolboy Rowe, Phillies...bro-
ken thumb. . .two months. NEW YORK, M.y 11 - Allie
Ray Lamanno, Reds. broken Reynolds gained his fifth win in
leg. .unknown.as many starts today by pitching
Other injuries elmed the New York Yankees to a 4-1
Tommy Henrich, Phil Rizzuto, victory over the hard-hitting
Yankees; Dietrich, Athletics; Cleveland Indians.
Don Kolloway, Gerry Scala, WASHINGTON, May 11 -
Browns; Bert Haas, Phillies; Burly Vic Wertz's two lusty triples,
Ed Stanky, Sibby Sisti, Braves; both delivered with Pat Mullin
Roman Basgall, Pirates; Andy and Hoot Evers on base, hoisted
Pafko, Phil Cavarretta, Hank the Detroit Tigers to a 4-1 victory
Wyse, Cubs. over the Washington Senators
* here tonight.

baseball season. Michigan wa
ing to inaugurate its home
son in a contest with We
Michigan April 13 at Ferry F
But the rains came.
A week later, on April 20
Wolverines were to receive a
from the diamond squad
Wayne, again at Ferry Field
again the rains came.
And Again
Then, just seven days late
Maize and Blue were to
with the lads of the Univ
of Detroit on the Ferry
diamond. But it was a Tu
game. Right. The rains came
But that marked the last
game that was to be played
Tuesday. It also should
marked thetend of April shc
But Michigan had a game si
uled with the University of
ledo at Toledo May 4, The
came, but Fisher's gang p
the game the following night
Wayne, Wain, Wayne
Yesterday, wellayesterday
rains came. Today, barring
the Spartans will attempt to
the KO to the Wolverines.
The contest will be a pri:
in a sense, for the Wolvx
squad which leaves for C
paign Thursday to take on
nois in the two most ci
games of the campaign.
Close Race
Illinois boasts six Confe
triumphs this year agains
losses and leads Michigan
by a few percentage points.
The Maize and Blue needs
victories over the Illini to
the crown, and Friday and S
day will be its last chance to
up the necessary ground. Il
meets the Buckeyes of Ohio
next week and are rated as
heavy favorites.
Both Games Important
If Michigan does win
games with Illinois,. the C1
paign team is automat
eliminated from the race. If
two teams divide the pair,
Illinois can lose one to Ohio
and still be assured of a two
tie with the Wolverines.




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