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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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California

Defeats

Track

asters, 67-65
M' Takes Eight Firsts;
Balance Deciding Factor

Wolverine G
Detroit Squw
(Special to Tjhe Daily)
DETROIT-For the second time
in eight days, the University of
Detroit Titans were routed by
Michigan's golf team, this time by
a score of 271/2-81/2, at Red Run
Golf Course here yesterday.
It was the fifth loss in six out-
ings for the Motor City squad
this spring.
WIND AGAIN represented the
hief nemesis to Wolverine medal
scores as shifting breezes kept the
players guessing throughout the
match. As a result the medalist
honors were divided between the
number one golfers of each team,
Ed Schalon of Michigan and De-
troit's Sam Kocsis, both of whom
fired three-over-par 75's.
The best golf was played in
the top foursome with Kocsis
coming through in the right
Full Baseball,
Slate on Tap
For Big Nine
By The Associated Press
CHICAGO-The first full base-
ball schedule of the Western Con-
ference is on tap for Friday and
Saturday.
From the weekend's two-game
series should emerge the teams
most likely to battle it out for the
1949 championship.
Illinois' defending co-champi-
itis, who have won four and lost
one, in conference competion to
date, play Notre Dame in the only
non-Big Nine ser:ies. Ohio State
engages Indiana at Bloomington,
Iowa plays at Purdue, Michigan
at Minnesota, and Northwestern
at Wisconsin.
With 12 conference games
played to date, only two teams
have better than a .500 average--
Illinois (4-1) and Purdue (2-0).
Michigan defending co-champion
with Illinois, has lost three of its
first four games, dropping a two
game series with Purdue and split-
ting even with Indiana.
Among batters with 10 or more
times at bat, Wisconsin's Gene
Evans tops the conference with
500.

olfers Hand
cd Fifth Loss
spots to defeat Schalon, 2/-I.
Bob Olson coasted along with
them and whipped Titan, Dick
Buechler, 3-0, but the Olson-
Schalon combination lost the
best ball match to the Detroit
duo, 22-/.
In the second quartet, Leo Hau-
ser showed the way for the Wol-
verines as he shut out Roy Ice-
berg of Detroit, 3-0, while his
teammate, Sam Valuck, was dis-
posing of the Titan captain, John
Povlitz by a 21/2-1/2 count. Valuck
posted a 78 and Hauser took one
more stroke.
WOLVERINES Chuck MacCal-
lum and Pete Elliott added 71/2
points to the Michigan total in
their traffic with the number
three UD foursome. Elliott show-
ed great improvement over his
previous performances, coming in
with an 18 hole total of 78. Mac-
Callum had an 80.
Each man in the final four-
some failed to break 80 but the
play of Mack Suprunowicz in
this group was noteworthy.
Mack, filling in for Roger Kess-
ler in the meet, led a nine point
sweep by Michigan and requir-
ed only 81 strokes to cover the
route. Keith LeClair was his
partner and he also shot 81.
Wet fairways were an addition-
al source of trouble for the two
squads. The greens were some-
what longer than those on the
University course and the Michi-
gan golfers were occasionally fool-
ed by the slower carpeting.
SCHALON COULD easily have
gone around in regulation figures
but his putter revolted in spots.
Nevertheless, his performance yes-
terday was the best he has turned
in since the team's junket through
the South.
Povlitz opened his round with
an eagle three on the 495 yard
number one hole but dropped
eight strokes to par before the
afternoon was over, finishing
with a 78. He was second low
for Detroit.
Today the varsity faces another
test, this one of the civil war var-
iety, when it meets an eight man
delegation from the Michigan
freshman ranks. In the number
one spot for the frosh will be Dean
Lind.

Player Club
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Marshall, Giants
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Campanella., Dodg
Coleman, Yankees
Coan, Senators ...
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Pct. RUNS BATTED IN
.481 Livingston, Giants 10
'.474 Ennis, Phillies 10
.467 Scheffing, Cubs 10
.462 American League
.417 Groth, Tigers 12
.3751 Stephens, Red Sox 12I
.375 Philley, White Sox 9

Dendrinos Collects Win in
Henrie Cops First inl 220,
By ROG GOELZ set by
The old adage that the track 1937.
team possessing balance can win Califon
any meet was never more aptly first la
proved than yesterday afternoon its grea
when the 22 man California cinder
squad downed a determined Wol-
verine outfit 67-65. JACK
For Michigan it was an after- yard day
noon of individual stars as the entire d
Wolverines took eight first places Don Jac
and tied for another while break- nexed ti
ing two meet records in the high runs.
hurdles and two mile run. Ben
* * * fornia
FOR THE BEARS it was the ination
ability to place ten men second winnil
and nine men third that pre- leap of
vented an upset at Ferry Field. Coach
Michigan's Pete Dendrinos what wa
paced the Wolverines by turning forman
in two first places in the discus mile rel
and shot put events.
The Wolverine's team balance CALIF
was presented in the person of nered ei
Art Henrie who won the 220 yard meet an
dash, placed second behind Cali-ohow
fornia's Jack Norberg in the 100 when th
yard sprint, placed in the high Gettin
jump, and ran an excellent an- lowing a
chor for the Michigan relay team. the fire
* * * Warren
JUS WILLIAMS, Don Hoover, fornia's
Jim Mitchell, Ed Ulvestad, and ines wox
Tom Dolan turned in the other rie, run
Michigan firsts, last cha
Williams' 9:31.1 in the two crossing
mile bettered the meet record inches i
set by California's Fowler in to gain
1935 and Mitchell's :14.7 topped igan an
the 120 yard high hurdle mark gi-n ot

Shot, Discus;
Second in 100
Michigan's Osgood
rnia also had a share
ace honors in addition
tdisplay of balance.

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-Daily-Alex Lmanian
OVER AND DOWN-Ed Ulvestad, Wolverine pole-vaulter as he
clears 13 ft., 4 in. to tie for first place in yesterday's track meet
with the Bears of California.
Wolverines To Face Spartans
In Outdoor Net Opener Today

NORBERG won the 100
sh, Kaare Vefling led the
distance in the mile and
ckson and Tom Clark an-
he 440 yard and 8880 yard
Corlett was the only Cali-
man to break into dom-
of the field events
ng the broad jump with a
24 feet 4% inches.
Canham's team turned in
as considered the best per-
e of the afternoon in the
ay.
FORNIA had already gar-
mough points to win the
ad it was only a question
big the margin would be
ae event was run.
ng off to a slow start fol-
apoor pass of the baton on
st lap, Michigan's Rod
pulled even with Cali-
Phil Arnot. The Wolver-
n the race when Art Hen-
ining anchor, withstood a
allenge from Don Jackson
the finish line scant
in front of the Bear ace
10 more points for Mich-
d close the California mar-
two oints.

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By JOHN BARBOUR
The Wolverine net squad takes
to the Michigan State courts this
afternoon as they try to sour
Spartan hospitality in the Michi-
gan outdoor opener.
Coach Frank Beeman's Spartan
squad have already played two
games of their regular season
against Wayne and Detroit. Before
that they completed a southern
trip, nabbing only one win in four
starts.
ONLY TWO of the State netters
are returning lettermen: Bob Ma-
laga and Bob Fleishman.
Andy Paton faces the toughest
of the two in number one singles
as Bob Malaga, the Spartan cap-
tain, tries to turn the Big Nine
Champ.
In the number two slot Bob,
Fleishman will be at the service of
Wolverine Bill Mikulich. Fleish-
man is a senior and traded
matches with the Wolverine Gor-
die Naugle in his two encounters
against Michigan last year.
BOB MALAGA played number
three for the Spartans last year
and was defeated by Mikulich in
the first match but trimmed Fred
Otto in the second.
Spartan hopes in the number
three and number four posts are
kept by two sophomores, Mike
Yatchman and Tom Martin,
both of which had limited var-
sity experience last year.
Michigan's sophomore wonder
Al Hetzeck will try Yatchman in
the three post while Wolverine
Fred Otto will stand cross-net
against Martin in the number
four.
* * *
BOB MAC KAY, seeded fifth on
the Wolverine squad will tangle
with Bruce Brevitz in the Spartan
line-up. MacKay has shown im-
provement in his pre-season play.
The number six netter for
MSC will be either Ken Kimble
or newcomer, Dan Perillo, who
was just lately taken on the
Spartan team. The Spartan
sixth man will have his hands
full with a strong Gordic Naugle
back at that position for the
Maize and Blue.
The doubles pairings will prob-
ably be Paton and Mikulich at
number one for Michigan against
NIGHT GAME SCORES
National League
Pittsburgh 7, St. Louis 1.
Boston 2, Philadelphia 0.
American League
Washington 4, New York 3.

WORRIES FOR BENNY:
Guard Vacancies Represent
Big Problem for Oosterbaan

(This is the second in a series of
articles concerning the outstanding
candidates for the various positions
in regard to spring football drills.)
By BILL HENDERSON
Filling the vacancies left by
graduation of guards Dom To-
masi, Stu Wilkins and Quent Sick-
els gives head coach Bennie Oos-
terbaan and line coach Jack Blott
their biggest problem in spring
football drills.
Experienced guard personnel is
at a premium among the gridders
but five prospects for the jayvee
and freshman squads have shown
promise and have excellent
chances of moving up to varsity
berths.
* * *
THREE LETTERMEN are avail-
able for the guard posts. Lloyd
Dutch' Heneveld, and Al Jackson
with only Heneveld having seen
regular service last season. Mc-
Clelland and Jackson played third
string last year.
IHeneveld played alongside
Sickels on the defensive unit
last session and proved himself
one of the top defensive- guards
in the Conference. Since he is
thoroughly acquainted with the
system and has a wealth of ex-
perience, Heneveld will prob-
ably be moved up to the of-
fensive team next fall.
McClelland seems to more than
qualify for the other offensive
guard post. He is a rugged block-
er, tipping the scales at 190
pounds with plenty of speed, and
two years experience on the re-
serves.
* * *
THE OTHER returning letter-
man, Jackson, saw limited service
last year but distinguished him-
self as a hard-charging, and ag-
gressive defensive lineman.
Jayvee graduates, Chuck Cer-
ecke and John Powers are stand-
outs in spring drills for berths
on this fall's varsity.
Cerecke, a stocky 190 pounder

from St. Joseph, has shown good
blocking ability. Powers, though
small for a lineman, weighing 176
pounds, possesses the speed and
agility necessary for the Michigan
system.
OF THE FRESHMEN, Joe Beel,
John Gobel and Dick Ratcliffe
have shown the most promise this
spring.
Gabel is showing exceptional
improvement over his perform-
ance last fall. His blocking is
better and he shows amazing
speed for his stocky 205 pound
frame.
The best blocking guard among
the freshmen is Beel. His physical
proportions are ideal for a blocker,
and his stature has been likened
to Dom Tomasi, one of Mich-
igan's great guards last season.
* * *
DICK RATCLIFFE, an Oak
Park, Ill. product, is fighting for a
place on the varsity. He was
switched from guard to quarter-
back for over half of last season,
but is back in his old position this
spring, and has distinguished him-
self on defense.
Three of these freshmen and
jayvee gridders will fill the var-
sity openings. All have the ability
but lack the one thing in common,
experience.
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Bear Facts
One-Mile Run: 1-Vefling, (C);
2-Mello, (C); 3--'Thomason, (M).
Time: 4:22.
440-Yard Run: 1-Jackson,(C);
2-Warren, (M); 3-01son, (C).
Time: :50.1.
100-Yard Dash: 1 - Norberg,
(C); 2-Henrie, (M); 3-Ander-
son, (C). Time: :10.0.
120-Yard High Hurdles-1-
Mitchell, (M); 2-Mosher, (C);
3-Bryant, (C) . Time : :14.7.
880-Yard Run: 1-Clark, (C);
2-Lindquist, (M); 3-Arnot, (C).
Time: 1.57.1.
220-YARD DASH: 1-Henrie,
(M); 2-Breiner, (C); 3-Ander-
son, (C). Time: :22.2.
Two-Mile Run: 1 - Williams,
(M); 2-Blair, (C); 3-Seamount,
(C). Time: 9:31.1.
220-Yard Low Hurdles: 1-
Hoover, (M); 2-Holland, (M); 3
-Mosher, (C). Time: 24.6.
High Jump: 1-Dolan (M) ; 2-
Briant, (C) ; 3-Henrie, (M).
Height: feet, 21/ inches.
Broad Jump: 1-Corlett, (C);
2-Norberg, (C); 3-Koutonen,
(M). Best Jump: 24 ft., 4 in.
Pole Vault: 1-Ulvestad, (M);
and Paddock, (C); 3-Osterman,
(M). Height: 13 ft., 4 in.
Shot Put: 1-Dendrinos, (M);
2-Rush, (C); 3-Ward, (C). Best
throw: 50 ft., 3% in.
Discus: 1-Dendrinos, (M); 2-
Cullen, (C); 3-Roseme, (C). Best
Throw: 144 ft., 11/4 in.
Mile Relay: 1-Michigan; (Mor-
rish, Warren, Sergeson, Henrie.)
2-California. Time: 3:22.5.

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