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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAE

M Nine

Mee

ogan Grabsr anski Michigan Hurler
GA Crown, In Revenge Tilt at I. SC

Feesh Trackmen oast
Needed Varsity Talent

Sanity Code~s
ChIICAGO. 'May, °5-(A.P)-
A needy band player or debater
may fare bedter than an im-
pecunious footballer from cam-
pus financial aid, if the Na-
tional Collegiate Athletic As-
sociation strictly enforces its
"sait code."
The NCAA's Constitutional
Compliance Committee today
issued its first interpretive bul-

J ayvee Golfers wallop
Albion in Final Match,

(Special to The Daily)
ALBION, May 25- Michigan's
junior varsity golfers reached the
height of success this afternoon,
on the Albion College links, to
close out the 1948 season with a
smashing 18 i124 victory over the

By BILL CONNOLLY
Whoever takes over the reins as
Wolverine track coach next season
can lock with confidence past. the
shadows of Barten, Fonvifleand
company for aid from this year's
FProshsquad.
Since last September, when the
distance runners reported for
cross-country, between 50 and 60
men have been practicing to
r_ strengthen their chances of fitting
into a slot on next year's track
squad. Since that time, about 20
men have shown indications of
adding potential strength to fu-
ture teams,
Lots of Sprinters
The Prosh are well fortified in
the sprints, hurdles and field
events, with Art Henrie, Jim
Mitchell, Harry Allis and Russ
Osterman leading the pack. An
all-around trackman, Henrie is
probably the outstanding candi-
date for next year's team.
Although Mitchell has shown
the best form among the hurdlers,
he is receiving competition from
Don Hoover and Carl Bryant.
Any of these three men could
easily fill up the big gap open for
hurdlers on the Varsity. Mitchell
has run 15.1 for the 120 yard
highs.
Allis Tosses Shot
Turning to the field events,
Allis has not only putdthevshot
over 46 feet-a good toss for a
Freshman-but is also showing
good form in the discus. With
Osterman vaulting 12 feet six
inches, and both Tom Elmblad
and Robert Knecht clearing 11
feet six, there are indications of
more points in the pole vault as
'M' Shippers,
Haul in Sails
Michigan's Sailing Club hauled
down the canvas for the last time
this season after the final race in
the Michigan Invitational Regat-
ta, the first time that this meet3
has ever been held.
Eleven schools, all members of
the Mid-western Association, com-
peted for the trophy bearing the
name of the regatta. Bowling
Green, a newcomer to the group,
edged out Notre Dame by one
point to become the first winner.
Ohio Wesleyan sailed third with
Northwestern fourth.
Since the Wolverine sailors were
hosts and sponsored the regatta,
they were not eligible to receive
the trophy. In view of this, the
Class A and B dinghies were
manned by various crews in the
club rather than the two stand-
ard skippers.

well as the shot put for next year's 1115
team.
Rounding out the team, Bruce-
Vreeland, Shel Murphy and Jim ST. LOUIS
Ackerman are setting the pace in Hogan, golf's
the rest of the running events. chanical wiza:
Vreeland has begun a friendly trounced Mik
rivalry with Doug Parks and Shel Plains, N.Y.,7
Capp for honors in the distance final match t
races.- ond Professio
Murphy Leads Ialf-milers tion Champio
The greatest strength on the With $2,000
Frosh team comes in the middle' ence between
distance events. In the 880, Mur- ande$1e5w0ene
phy is followed across the finish tnd $1,500 se
line by Warren Dywer, George proved too e f
Jacobi and Jack Kaa2'burg. With prvdtI f
101' Turnesa,
all four men running well under ing" club pro
2:05, Murphy is head man with a paratively fc
2:01 half to his credit.pativl e
In hopes of adding strength to Turnesa'su
the 1949 Varsity squad, a host of failed him an
quarter milers have been compet- threat after
ing for honors, with Jim Acker- streak on the
man, and the versatle Art Henrie and reached t
ending up on the top of the pile. up.
In addition to these two men. Hogan, win

$3,500
/
, May 25-(IP)-Ben
smiling little me-
rd from Hershey, Pa.,
e Turnesa of White
7 and 6 in a 36-hole
oday to win his sec-
nal Golfers Associa-
onship.
at stake, the differ-
$3,500 first money
cond money, the lit-
rn tournament star
icient and consistent
a 39-year-old "work-
who plays in com-
w tournaments.
usually fine putting
d he never was a real
Ben hit a winning
e second nine holes
the halfway mark 4-
nner of the title in

is
a.
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,
:

Winding up their non-Confer-
ence schedule, Michigan's baseball
team invades East Lansing today
fyr the final game in a home and
away series with Michigan State.
The Wolverines will be seeking
revenge for an earlier drubbing
suffered at the hands of the
Spartans, here in Ann Arbor.
Sport,,75S

Don McGregor, Dave Bunce and 194G, registered an approximate
Arnold Gowans have sprinted the medal score of 65 for the morning
quarter in good time. round and kept piling up birdies
The Frosh seem to be strongest| in the afternoon. He ran out the
in the events where the Varsity j match on the 30th hole as he won
will need a boost next season. three holes in succession.
HIS GAME'S IRONED OUT...
K en Berk e BeaksRanks;
Shares 'M' iniiks Laurels

By DICK HURST
A good case of confidence is
all that is needed in a lot of cases
to push a player out of the scrubs
into a top varsity position.
This is just about the story of
Ken Berke, varsity golfer, who
moved away from the pack this
spring to capture a spot among
the leaders.
Berke is a senior this spring
and, like many seniors he found
himself staring at his last
chance to win himself an M.'
He had been on the varsity
golf team for three years, but in
three years that's all he had been
-just one of the golfers, not quite
ready to take his place on Mich-
igan's top-notch team.
Last year's team was veteran
studded and Berke began to won-
der if he would ever be able to
break into the line-up.
Then came the '48 season
and, with Coach Bert Katzen-
meyer and the rest of the team
giving him the necessary 'en-
couragement, Berke got a good
grip on his game and started
shooting the kind of golf he be-
lieved himself capable of.
Berke got his break in Mich-
gan's first match against the

Spartans and he's been hitting
'em ever since.
Ken is not a spectacular golfer;
his drives and iron shots are of
average length and sometimes his
putter goes hay-wire, but, when
he blows up on one hole, it doesn't
destroy his confidence. Rather, he
grabs hold of himself and gives
the next hole some extra special
treatment.
When the pressure has been
on hehas responded amazingly
well to help bring home a couple
of matches that looked like they
were going right out of the win-
dow.
In the Notre Dame match, he
paced the Wolverines in both the
morning and afternoon rounds to
lead the way home with a 73 and
75 and give Michigan her first
victory over the Irish on their
course in the history of the series.
In the second MSC tussle he
blazed down the back nine with a
36 to help toss Michigan's tenth
straight win right into the Wol-
verine lap. And in the Detroit
match he ploughed over the rain
soaked course with a 76 to take
medal honors for the afternoon.
Ken's parents didn't drop him
in the middle of a fairway in
swaddling clothes,. hand. him
a club and tell him he couldn't
come home until he parred the
course.
He started lacerating the ball
when he was about ten and had
learned how to do everything
wrong before a .pro got hold of
him and straightened out his
game.
Because of the late start he got
on serious golf he never startled
his hometown, Milwaukee, as be-
ing a child prodigy on the links,
but in the last two years he has
been a consistent 70's shooter and
now totes a two handicap.
This weekend Ken vill climax
his college career when he travels
to Northwestern to help the Wol-
verines defend their Conference
crown in the Big Nine champion-
ships.

DETROIT. May 25-(I h-Shel
lacking four Detroit pitchers for
22 hits in their biggest scoring
splurge of the season, the explo-
sive New York Yankees plastered
the Tigers 16 to 5 here today
without benefit of a single home
run.
CLEVELAND, May 25 - UP) -
Bob Lemon shutout the Washing-
ten Senators on four hits and
struck out 11 men tonight in hurl-
ing the Cleveland Indians to a 4
to 0 victory.
CHICAGO, May 25 - ('>
Buddy Rosar's sixth inning single
scored Hank Majeski with the
winning run as the Philadelphia
Athletics defeated Chicago, 4-3,
before 19,426 persons here to-
night.
t: t
ST. LOUIS, May 25-(/P)-The
fast-riding Boston Red Sox were
the victims of a murderous 17-hit
assault by the St. Louis Browns
tonight and dropped their seventh
game in eight starts on their
western trip, 9 to 4.
PHILADELPHIA, May 25-'P)
-Six-hit pitching by Paul Erick-
son and Schoolboy Rowe and Del
Ennis' fifth homer of the season
with one man on gave the Phil-
adelphia Phillies a 4-1 decision
over the Pittsburgh Pirates to-
night.
* * *
SANDWICH, England, May 25
-(A')-Frank Stranahan and Dick
Chapman, a pair of famous U. S.
golfers, moved into the third
round of the British Amateur
Tourney today along with a pair
of lesser-known countrymen. Sgt.
Charles (Chuck) Jennings of Med-
ford, N.J., and Christopher Dun-
phy of Westbury, N.Y.,
GREENLOCH, N.J., May 25 -
(IP)-Jersey Joe Walcott today
stopped all training for his June
23 Heavyweight fight with Cham-
pion Joe Louis because of an in-
fected foot.
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Michigan bowed 7-3 in a contest letin, warning that rigid code In registering their fourth
held to seven innings by rain. application could deprive ath- straight triumph of theiyear, the
The game will be the final letes of "some financial bene- Wolverines swept all six individual
tune-up for a pair of weekend kits that might be available to matches and picked up an addi-j
contests with Northwestern, others." tional point for low team total.
which will end the 1948 season Its bulletin mainly discussed There were no best ball events.
for the Wolverines. Bud Ran- | the three types of scholarships Jerry Weiler, who has led his
kin is expected to get the start-. permissible One may be '' teammates most of the sea-
ing assignment from Coach Ray awarded on a need basis, not son, and Bill Telfer turned in
Fisher. exceeding. tuition. and. inci- the best scores of the current
In all other respects, the Mich- i dental. fees.. The. committee campaign as they blazed their
igan line up is expected to be emphasized that "incidental way over the short, hilly course
the same as in recent games. with instutional fees" did not con- in an amazing 73 strokes.
either Ted Berce or Willard Baker cern board and or room. Jim Haden with 82 and Don
t shoitstop and depending on Denton with 78 were the victimsl
h ether the Spartan coach John ____
Kobs starts a right or left hander,
either Jack McDonald or Vic Fry-
ling in right and either RalphTE
Morrison or Baker in left. STO K-REDUCING
While no definite MSC line-lip
has been announced by Kobs, it
is probable that the same team
that faced the Wolverines here
will take the field in today s
games.
While the immediate interest
is on today's game, the long ME 'S SHOES
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Albion's John Oakes saved the
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