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SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1948

THE MIHICA N DAILY

Thinclads
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Clash
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With
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P

)werfulOSU
'Battle of Champions'
At FerryFieldToday

M' Netmen Edge Northwestern 5-4
Golfers Face Wolverine Netters Upset Ozzie Regrets
' ~Levn Tea
Illinii Today, Wildcats in Close Contest eaving eam
_ (Continued from Page 1)
Irish M onday , Paton, Mikulich Gain 'M' Singles Trium >phs cult and played an important part
Naugle, MacKay Doubles Victory Ices Win in his consideration of the Min-
Michigan's golfers will need a ( - T nesota offer.
good one-two punch to flatten EVANSTON, Ill., May 14-Coach Bob Dixon's neten showed Michigan will not lose the serv-
EVANTON Il., ay 1-Coch ob ixons ntme shwedices of Coach Cowles until next
Illinois and Notre Dame, their that they could come through in the clinches when they upset for- Fall as the Minnesota job is not
away opponents today and Mon- merly unbeaten Northwestern, 5-4 in yesterday's match in Evanston. slated to start until that time.
day. Michigan took over the lead in the Conference by toppling the Coming to Michigan when the
A slight jab should stop the Wildcats who had not been defeated until yesterday. Wolverine cage quintet was an
Illini, but it will take quite a With the match score at four apiece, Naugle and Don MacKay annual second division placer in
wallop to down the Fighting came through with the pressure on to beat the doubles team of Ted the Big Nine, Cowles directed his
Irish. Peterson and Ted Hainine, 6-1, 4-6, 9-7. Peterson and Hainline, by first team to a 6-6 record and a
On the home course the Irish the way, play one and two respectively for the Wildcats in the singles tie for fourth place in the con-
have been superb, whipping division. - --- - -- ference.
Northwestern last week to add Andy Paton, Wolverine top sin-F Under Cowles, Michiganj
to their string of wins. rached the top last season and
Michigan, after a shaky start in leswae off with its first Western
Dixieland where her golfers were ference singles champ who was C Conference title in twenty-one
dumped twice, has rounded into boss when he defeated him in O ring years. The Wolverines lost their
shape rapidly, spilling seven in a three sets 6-3, 5-7, and 6-2. Coach first round NCAA play-off game
row, among them two of the Big Dixon commented that Peterson, D rills d yefea Crol b t came back to
Nine's best, the top man for the Wildcats was *o*y*x
All but one of the wins was quite a hard hitter but compli-
earned on the home course, how- mented Paton on his volleying and Michigan's gridders will close
ever, so that the Wolverines abil- steadiness. their spring traing today with 9 * S
ity to win away from home is still an intra-squad scrimmage which
pretty much an unknown quan- Captain Bill Mikulich held will begin about 2:30 p.m. at Ferry (Continued from Page 1)
tity. down the number two spot very Field. ___
Michigan will get some sort of satisfactorily when he defeated Prospects for next year's eleven that will be entirely intact for the
a break for, after the Illinois I Ted Hainline in two sets, 6-1, have brightened considerably since coming campaign.
match, they will hasten to South "Mik's" play was considered the workouts began six weeks ago. Bill Roberts, recently elected
Band to get in some practice on excellent by Dixon. Tackles Show Promise captain, said that it's going to be
the Notre Dame course before The Wildcats took their first At the tackles Dick McWilliams tough for the whole team to see
meeting the Irish Monday. victory in the number three sin- and Bob Ohlenroth promise to Cowles leave. "It's going to be
Bert Katzenmeyer has named i he Marv Bskin defeated make the going rough for future even tougher to face Minnesota,"
seven men to make the trip. Cap- golverine Fred Otto 6-3, 6-2 Michigan opponents. the loose pivot man quipped.
tarn Ed Schalon who has shot ex- Three ends, Harry Allis, John Former captains and all-Big
cellent golf all spring heads the' Jack Hersch easily forced Larry nine guards last year, Pete Elliott
list. Rog Kessler, Dave Barclay, Daly to bow in the fourth singles, attracteHess and a lot of attention from and Bob Harrison, were in Cham-
Pete Elliott, Doug Beath, Ken 6-0, 8-6, while Bill Landin gained te o t o a rmpaign and could not be reached for
Berke, and Chuck MacCallum fill another Wildcat victory over fine receivers and play a good de comment.
out the roster to form a formid- Gordie Naugle, 7-5, 6-3. fensive game
able outfit that may have enough Rated highly for the Wildcats, The major backfield problems t h N
to hit ND hard enough to win. Grant Golden, kept his record lie at iob 1 iw iIfit*.bI E 1'
ghbJ.tLtAL ha ler t4L.he J eao e

STRAIGHT FROM
6Jgutre

Nine Conference'
To Break Seven
It will be a battle of champ;
when the Michigan and 4
State track teams meet on
cinder paths of Ferry FieldE
o'clock this afternoon.
Nine present and former
tional and conference title-ho]l
will go to the post in eleven eve
and before the day's festivities
over, seven dual meet records
well go by the boards.
The Buckeyes have beenc
ceded a substantial edge in i
score, but the promise of a ni
ber of outstanding individual1
formances should make the n

Title Holders Threaten

Ol

RotRsted..,

MICHIGAN AB R
Elliott, cf ....4 0
Vieth, If . . . .4 2
Kobrin, 3b ..3 0
Weis'b'ger, lb 4 0
Wikel, ss ....4 0
Tomasi, 2b ..4 0
Baker, rf . ...4 0
Raymond, e ..4 0
Dole, p '......2 0
*Berce......1 0
Rankin, p . .0 0

H
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0

PO A
0 0
2 0
0 3
14 0
1 8
3 5
1 0
3 0
0 2
0 0
0 1

E
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
8

d Dual Meet Records
one of the greatest to be held in
Ann Arbor in years.
Mile Run Begins Program
The afternoon's program gets
under way with the mile run,
which, with Michigan's Herb Bar-
ten (who will be shooting at a
varsity record) matching strides
with State's Bill Clifford, could be
one of the most thrilling races of
the day.
The 440 should provide one of
the fastest quartersrever run at
Ferry Field when the Buckeyes's
Harry Cogswell hooks up with
Michigan's Val Johnson. Both
men could conceivably hit the 48-
second mark.
OSU Hurdlers To Battle
In the hurdles, two of the na-
tion's outstanding timber-toppers,
Lloyd Duff and Lloyd Maxwell,
both running out of Columbus,
will battle it out down to the wire
in both the highs and lows, with
their eyes set on Michigan Varsity
records.
If Ken Doherty decides to run
Barten, in the half-mile, it could
be the face of the day. The Wol-
verine captain would be called up-
on to face former National champ,
Mal Whitfield, who would be run-
ning fresh while Barten would
have the mile only 20 minutes be-
hind him.
In the field events, Duff will
again be favored to capture both
the broad-jump and pole-vault,
and the all-round Buckeye star is
given more than an even chance
to top the 13 foot 4 inch pole vault
record.
The great Charlie Fonville will
be performing for Michigan in the
shot-put, and whenever Fonville
is in the circle, there is always a
chance that a World's mark will
fall.

TOTALS
*Struck out
seventh.

.34 2 7
for Dole

24 17 2
in the

ILLINOIS AB R
Plews, 2b ....4 1
Thurlby, rf ..4 0
Steger, If ....3 0
Wakefield, 3b 4 0
Anderlik, of . .1 0
Wickland, 1b .3 1
Fischer, ss ...4 1
Gugala, c ....4 0
Rotblatt, p . .3 0

H PO
2 1
0 1
0 0
0, 0
0 3
1 10
1 0
1 11
0 1

A
1
1
0
5
0
0
1
0
2

E
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0

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M' Sailing Club
In National Race
Competing against schools
from all over the country, the
Michigan Sailing Club will
takeha crack at the National
Intercollegiate Dinghy Cham-
pionship and a possible trip to
the Olympics for the winners
this weekend at Annapolis.
Ray Kaufman will skipper
the Class A sailboats around
the Severn River course, while
Bob Ford will be the Wolverine
Class B skipper.
BASEBALL SCORES
Wisconsin 4 Iowa 3 (11 innings)
Illnois 3 Michigan 2
Iowa State 9 Kansas 7
Minnesota 7 Northwestern 3
Indiana 14 Purdue 3
Read and Use
the Daily Classifieds

clean with a two-set, 7-5, 6-3 de- of "Bump" Elliott, Hank Fonde
feat over Maize and Blue netter and Don Kuick has left a gaping
Don MacKay. hole.
In the number one doubles Teninga Trying Two Spots
Wildcat netmen Daly and Lan- Wally Teninga has been shit-
din forced Paton and Mikulich ing between this spot and the left
to a three-set defeat, 8-6, 3-6, half position and has performed
6-3. This first defeat in the creditably to date, while Leo Ko-
d-3ublhs irtstopdtefeatinlte ceski has also shown up well.
doubles didn't stop the Wolver- The vacancy at tailback left by
inc attack for Otto and Hersch the graduation of Bob Chappius
came through to overwhelm has drawn its share of attention
Beskin and Golden 8-6, and 6-1. fo th MiianccesAl
Dixon commented that their from the Michigan coaches. Al-
Dixonwcomenedthonatly thei ternating with Teninga in this
play was exceptionally good." spot have been Gene Derricotte
Then with the match score tied and Chuck Ortman, a graduate of
4-4 Naugle and MacKay pulled the freshman squad.
victory out of the fire with their Rest of Backfield Filled
three-set defeat of the first and To handle the other backfield
second men for the Wildcats, Pet- slots, the Wolverines have Pete
erson and Hainline. Elliott and Bill Bartlett, a Navy
Heartened by their upset of transfer at quarter, Tom Peter-
Northwestern the netters move son and Dick Kempthorn at full-
Nortwesernthe ettrs oveback.
to Lafayette, Ind., where they Dan Dworsky's relief at center
clash with the Boilermakers this will have to be picked from among
afternoon. those who worked with the jay-
Mainstay of the Purdue net vees or freshman last fall. The
squad is Dave Rodgers who, as the most promising this spring ap-
number one singles man will face pear to have been Bob Erben of
Andy Paton. He defeated Paton the junior varsity, and Harry
when they met last year and poses Smale and George Kraeger, both
a threat for the Wolverine star. from the frosh.

Roundup
DETROIT, May 14-()-The
Detroit Tigers came home from
the East today to run smack back
into the 'victory drought that has
steadily postponed their first win
of the season at Briggs Stadium.
Righthander Fred Sanford of
the St. Louis Browns bested
Freddie Hutchinson with five-hit
pitching as the Brownies waltzed
to a 3 to 0 triumph, cracking their
own four-game losing streak and
handing Detroit its sixth succes-
sive setback at home.
NEW YORK, May 14 - (A') -
Home runs by Johnny Lindell and
Yogi Berra and three-hit pitch-
ing by Vic Raschi ended the ten-
game winning streak of the Phil-
adelphia Athletics today and
brought the New York Yankees a
3-0 triumph.
The victory, the Yanks' fifth
straight, moved them to within
four peroentage points of the sec-
ond place Cleveland Indians and
to within a half game of the pace-
setting Athletics.
4 * 4
CHICAGO, May 14-(/')-Andy
Pafko hammered his third home
run of the season deep into the
left field bleachers to give Russ
Meyer and the Chicago Cubs a
1-0 victory over the Cincinnati
Reds today before a ladies day
crowd of 10,510.
* * *.
ST. LOUIS, May 14 - (/P) - A
two-run homer by Stan Musial
and some fancy clutch pitching by
Howie Pollet enabled the St. Louis
Cardinals to down the Pittsburgh
Pirates, 2 to 1, tonight and regain
second place in the National
League.
Major Leatrue
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

TOTALS .30 3 5 27 10 2

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OSU Picked To Win, 73-5.9
DUEL MEET HANDICAP, BY BUD WEIDENTHAL
Pos. Name Pts. School '48 Best Mark Best Ever
Mile Run
1-Barten 5 M 4:19.8 4:15.9
2-Clifford 3 O 4:20.2 4:18
3-Thomason 1 M 4:22 4:22
440-Yard Run
1-Johnson 5 M 48.8 48.8
2-Cogswell 3 O 48.7 48.7
3-Porter 1 0 49.1 48.8
4-Shepherd 0 M 49.2 48.8
100-Yard Dash
1-Johnson 5 O 9.9 9.9
2-Foster 3 O 10.0 10.0
3-Morrish 1 M 10.1 10.1
120-Yard High Hurdles
1-Duff 5 0 13.9 13.9
2-Maxwell 3 O 14.2 14.2
3-Holland 1 M 15.4 15.4
880-Yard Run
1-Whitfield 5 O 1:53.6 1:50.8
2-Barten 3 M 1:55.2 1:51.8
3-Clifford 1 O -- 1:50.8
4-Vetter 0 M 1:55.9 1:55.9
220-Yard Dash
1-Johnson 5 M - 21.9
2-Johnson 3 0 22.1 22.1
3-Porter 1 0n22.2 22.2
Two-Mile Run
1-Morris 5 M 9:45 9:31
2-Washington 3 O 9:42 9:38
3-Williams 1 M 9:43 9:43
4-D'Arcy 0 0 9:45 9:45
220-Yard Low Hurdles
1-Maxwell 5 O 23.4 23.4
2-Duff 3 O 23.5 23.5
3-Holland 1 M 25.4 25.4
Mile Relay
1-Michigan 10 3:15.6 3:15.6
2-Ohio State 5 3:15.6 3:15.6
Shot Put
1-Fonville 512 58' 3 /8" 58' 3 /8"
2-Mascio 3 O 49' 11" 49' 11"
3-Dendrinos 1 M 47' 8" 50' 4"
4-Moldea 0 0 47' 8" 50' 4"
Discus
1-Fonville 5 M 160' 3" 160' 3"
2-Miller 3 0 155' 81/" 155' 8/"
3-1Qoker 1 0 148' 150'
Broad Jump
1-Duff 5 O 24' 10 7 /8" 24' 10 7 /8"
2-Wade 3 0 23' 2 " 23' 2 "
3-Bayderian 1 M 22' 7 5 /8" 22' 7 5 /8"
High Jump
1-Dolan 5 M 6' 4 " 6' 4
3-Murphy 3 0 6' 3 " 6' 3 /2"
3-Harris 1 M 6' 3 "
4-Maxwell 0 O 6' 1 " 6' 2 "
Pole Vault
1-Duff 5 O 13' 11 1 /8" 13' 11 1/8"
2-Ulvested 3 M 13' 4 "I 13' 4
3-McKnight 1 O 12' 6 " 13' 4
TOTAL OHIO STATE 73 MICHIGAN 59
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Will another Buck Dawson enroll at Michigan?
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W. L.
Philadelphia . .14 6
Cleveland ... . 11 5
New York ,....13 6
Washington .. 9 11
Boston .. .....9 11
Detroit ... ,, 10 13
St. Louis , ....7 10
Chicago.......3 14
* * 4

Pct.
.700
.688
.684
.450
.450
.435
.412
.176

NATIONAL LEAGUE

G.B.
5
5
5%
5%/
912
G.B.
1/2
1
2
21/2
2%
4
71/2

New York ....
St. Louis .... .
Pittsburgh ....
Brooklyn .....
Philadelphia ..
Boston .......
Chicago ......
Cincinnati

W L
12 7
11 7
12 9
11 10
11 11
10 10
8 11
7 17

Pct.
.632
.611
.571
.524
.500
.500
.421
.292

Because of the Annual I-M
Golf Tournament today, the
University Course will be closed
until 4 p.m. this afternoon.

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