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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Golfers, Netters

Win i neMatches

Major League Standings

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Tennis Team Shuts Out
Purdue in Short Match

(Special to The Daily)
LAFAYETTE, Ind., May 15-
The weather forced Michigan's
tennis team indoors here today in
an abbreviated match with Pur-
due, but the change of atmosphere
didn't affect the Wolverines' win-
ning ways.
The netters blanked the home'
squad completely in the four sing-
les and one doubles encounters to
win easily, 5-0.
By winning the match today,
coupled with yesterday's brill-
liant triumph over the Wild-
cats of Northwestern, the Wol-
verines increased their first
,placemargin in Big Nine stand-
ings.
Andy Paton, who yesterday de-
feated Ted Peterson, last year's
Big Nine singles titlist, took Bill
Witson in three sets this after-
noon, 6-0, 4-6 and 6-2.
Captain Bill Mikulich, playing
in the number two spot, defeated
George Stanke in two straight
sets, 6-2 and 6-2.
Fred Otto came up with the
third straight Wolverine victory
when he put on a sterling per-
formance against Hal Morgan.
Otto subdued the Boilermaker,
6-4 and 6-1.
The Wolverines made it four in
a row a short time later, but Felix
Flemming made Don MacKay go
three sets to do it. MacKay took
the first set, 6-4, but Flemming
came back hard and fast to win
the second, 6-1. With the pressure
on, MacKay was superb as he
dealt the death blow to Flemming,
6-2, in the final set.

Gordie Naugle and Jack Hersch
teamed up in the doubles to give
the Wolverines the whitewash as
they set down the Boilermaker duo
of Bcb Wells and Stanke, 6-4 and
6-4.
Bruising Game
Ends SIpring
Grid Practice
Michigan's football squad
wound up its spring training yes-
terday afternoon in a scrimmage
which was highlighted by the
sparkling performance of Gene
Derricotte.
Head Coach Bennie Osterbaan.
who emphasized the Wolverine
staff was less interested in in-
dividual play than in squad per-
formance, termed the rough-and-
tumble drill "up to par."
Of the newcomers, Oosterbann
felt "particularly pleased" with
the performances turned in by a
pair of backs, Leo Koceski and
Charley Ortman, and four line-
men.
Ortman, a 185-pound tailback
from Milwaukee, and Koceski,
Cpanonsbuirg, Pa., prospect to
help fill the shoes of the ineligible
Chalmers (Bump) Elliott, show-
ed running and passing ability
tha is sure to bolster the Wolver-
ine chance of defending the big
nine title.

Major League
Roundup
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK, May 15--Showing
the largest crowd ever to witness
a Saturday game why they lead
the American League, the Phila-
delphia Athletics today pulled one
pf the biggest surprises of the
young season when they whipped
the New York Yankees in both
ends of a doubleheader in the
world champions' own back yard.
A near-capacity Yankee Stad-
ium throng of 69,416 saw Joe Cole-
man outpitch Frank (Spec) Shea
in the opener, 3-1, then sat around
to watch the Athletics outslug the
Yankees 8-6 in the nightcap. Phil
Marchildon, Quaker ace, register-
ed his fourth win in the second
game, as lefty Joe Page, the Yank-
ees' fine relief hurler, was charged
with the defeat.
Indians Win
The Indians, behind Bob Fel-
ler's six-hit pitching, easily con-
quered the Chicago White Sox,
7-1. The third place Yankees are
a game behind the Tribe.
A ladies' day crowd of 33,514
saw Feller, helped by home runs
by Ken Keltner and Joe Gordon,
register his fourth triumph
against two defeats. It was Kelt-
ner's 11th of the season, equalling
his total output for 1947.
Joe Dobson pitched the Boston
Braves to a 1-0 shutout victory
over the Brooklyn Dodgers while
Walter Dubiel hurled a three-hit
7-0 shutout for the Philadelphif
Phils over the New York Giants.
Reds Beat Cubs
The Cincinnati Reds snapped
an eight-game losing streak by de-
feating the Chicago Cubs, 5-2.
HIerm Wehmeier, 21-year-old Red-
leg rookie, gained credit for his
first National League victory al-
though he needed help from Harry
Gumbert in the sixth.
Trials To Be Held
DETROIT, May 15-()-Final
U.S. Olympic swimming trials,
scheduled here in July, became a
four-day event today as George
Mead, general chairman of the
events, announced that men's
events would start Thursday, July
8, extending through July 11.

Barclay Paces Linksters
In Victory Over Illinois

(Special to The Daily)
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., May 15-
Any hope that the Illini golfers
had of squelching Michigan's Big
Nine champs was blasted sky high
today as the Wolverines waltzed
to an 18%a-11% victory on the Ill-
inois Course.
In the best ball session played
in the morning, the Wolverines
built up a substantial lead that
was never threatened.
The Michigan golfers took to
the course as if they had been
playing it all their lives and,
at the half way mark, were out
in front 6 -2%.
During the afternoon session
the Wolverines concentrated on
piling up the lead and seemed to
have no trouble in doing it.
Michigan took the course apart
during the individual competition
turning in a string of scores that
ran from 72 up the line to 80.
For the first time this year,
Dave Barclay was the low man
on the Michigan totum pole
with a blazing, 72. Barclay got
off to a slow start this spring
but, with every match, his game
gets better and he seems to be
approaching the type of play he
displayed in capturing the
NCAA title last year.
Right behind him when the
scores were posted was Captain

Ed Schalon with a 73.
Rog Kessler continued to in-
habit the lower 70's touring the 18
holes in 74 strokes. Ken Berke
clinched fourth place with a 75
with Doug Beath coming home
with a 76.
Pete Elliott and Chuck Mac-
Callum took 77 and 80 respec-
tively to complete the scoring
for the seven man team.
In winning their eighth straight
match, four of the Wolverines did
better than Illinois' best, a 76 by
Roy Kimple.
Michigan's high-flying golfers
will take a day off from competi-
tion tomorrow as they prepare
for Notre Dame's top-notch team
Monday.
The Wolverines will be out to
break a long jinv that has fol-
lowed them every time in the
past that they have met the
Irish on the Notre Dame course.
After the Monday's match only
two more engagements will re-
main on the Wolverine calendar
before they battle the rest of the
Big Nine in the Conference match
at Northwestern, May 28-29.
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Patton Breaks
World Mark in
100 Yard Dash
FRESNO, Calif., May 16-0AP)-
Long legged Mel Patton of the
University of Southern California
wrote a new page of foot racing
history today with a world record
bettering time of 9.3 seconds in
the 100-yard dash.
The six foot collegian beat out
his closest rival by inches in a
special race on the afternoon pro-
gram of the 22nd annual west
coast relays. Patton, co-holder of
the official record of 9.4, edged
out Lloyd La Beach, equally tall
Jamaican, whose closing rush
brought him only inches short of
a dead heat.
La Beach, a resident of Panama,
will represent that country in the
Olympics. He was running today
for the Oakland (Calif.) Bittners
Athletic Club. He is ineligible to
compete for the University of Cal-
ifornia at Los Angeles where he is
a student.
The race, with a field of five,
u as run under perfect conditions.
BASEBALL SCORES
Notre Dame 6, Ohio State 0.
Purdue 13, Indiana 7.
Western Michigan 4, MSC 3.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
St. Louis at Detroit.
Philadelphia at New York.
Washington at Boston (2).
Chicago at Cleveland (2).
'Ensian Still on Sale!

NIGIIT GAME
St. Louis 8, Pittsburgh 3.
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Brooklyn.
New York at Philadelphia (2).
Cincinnati at Chicago.
Pittsburgh at St. Louis.

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(Continued from Page 4)
day, May 17, 8 p.m., Rackham
Amphitheatre. Program: three
short films on atomic energy, and
a discussion to be led by Prof. G.
E. Uhlenbeck. The public is in-
vited.
"Berkeley Square" popular dra-
ma by John Balderston, will be
presented by the department of
speech Wednesday through Sat-
urday, 8 p.m., Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre. Tickets on sale Mon-
day, theatre box office, from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. Special rate for
students is offered for Wednes-
day and Thursday performances.
Sigma Rho Tau, Engineering
Stump Speakers' Society: Last
regular meeting of the semester,
'7 p.m., Tues., May 18, Michigan
Union. Every member is request-
ed to attend. Project speaking
finals will be held immediately
after the meeting. Banquet tic-
kets for Sat., May 22 will be on
sale, and convention preparations
will continue.
Russian Circle: 8 p.m., Mon.,
May 17, International . Center.
Special program. Last meeting of
the year.
I.Z.F.A., 8 p.m., Tues., May 18,
Hillel Foundation. Last meeting
of the term, Refreshments, sing-
ing and dancing. All members are
urged to attend. All welcome. In-

stallation of newly elected offi-
cers. Summary of events and ac-
tivities of past semester.
La p'tite causette, 3:30 p.m.,
Mon., Michigan League.
Deutscher Verein: Picnic, May
23 at the Island. Members and
non-members may obtain tickets
in the German office, University
Hall.
TFC House Presidents: Meet-
ing, Tues., May 18, 7:30 p.m.,
Rm. 306, Michigan Union. Agen-
da:
Rushing, next year's social pro-
gram, special arrangements, book
exchange management, election
of district representatives, initi-
ation regulations, and special pro-
jects.
Final meeting of the school
year. All house presidents are urg-
ed to attend.

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