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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Golf Squad

Overwhelms

MSC

Baseball Team Faces Broncos.
In Home Game This Afternoon

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Sailors Prepare for Future
Through Intra- quad Raees

After swamping the Notre Dame
tars, 11-2, in Saturday's dual re-
gatta, the Maize and Blue sailors
"competed" against themselves
Sunday at Whitmore Lake.
In an effort to determine
skippers for future races, each
school ran elimination races with-
in its own fleet.
Commodore Jim Rukin of the
Wolverine club was extremely sat-
isfied with the results since 16
Michigan members qualified un-
der the skipper rules of the Mid-
West Collegiate Sailing Associa-
tion.
- *
TOP TWO PILOTS for the
Whitmore Lake based aggregation
are Ray Kaufman and Jim John-
son Following close on their heels
in terms of nautical ability are
Gordon Nelson and Bob Johnson.
With a greater knowledge of
the potentialities of the Mich-
Igan fleet, Rukin expressed con-
fidence regarding the forthcoip-
Ing Mid-West section regatta
this weekend at Whitmore Lake.
This race will witness Michigan,
Michigan State, Bowling Green,
Oberlin, Indiana and Purdue vie-
ing for the three qualifying po-
L eo's Case Up
CINCINNATI - Leo Durocher,
who suddenly has come up with
a lot of friends he hadn't even
suspected were on his side, prob-
ably will gain a quick exoneration
when he faces Baseball Commis-
sioner A. B. (Happy) Chandler
here today.
Chandler wouldn't say so.
He still was intent tonight on
going through the motions of a
hearing and said he was "of an
open mind." But the letters and
telegrams pleading leniency for
the Manager of the New York
Giants were piled high on his
desk, and he had read them.

sitions for the Mid-West Cham-
pionship Regatta slated for May
21 and 22 also at Michigan.
The three Mid-West geograph-
ical divisional races being held
next Saturday and Sunday are at
Michigan, Ohio State and Wiscon-
sin. Each of these three prelim-
inary races to the championship
regatta will select three schools
to compete in the Mid-West tour-
ney.
To round out the sailing year,
Whitmore Lake will be the site of
the National Sailing Regatta with
sailors from all over the nation
competing again each other. The
MCSA's delegates will be the top
three schools from the May 21
and 22 championship regatta.

This eek
BASEBALL
May 3-Western Michigan at
Ann Arbor (3:30 p.m.).
May 4-Wayne University in
Detroit.
May 6-University of Illinois
at Ann Arbor (3:30 p.m.)
TRACK
May 7-Triangular Meet with
Indiana and Purdue at
Bloomington.
GOLF
May 7-Purdue University at
Lafayette, Ind.
TENNIS
May 3-Western Michigan at
Ann Arbor (2:00 p.m.).
May 6-University of Minne-
sota at Ann Arbor (2:00
p.m.),
May 7-8 - Sectional Regatta
at Whitmore Lake.

(Special to The Daily)
EAST LANSING-A rejuvenat-
ed Wolverine Golf team finally hit
its stride yesterday as it over-
whelmed MSC by a score of 19%'-
5% at Walnut Hills.
Turning in the best scores they
have shot to date, the Michigan
squad was shooting par golf on an
unfamiliar, windy course with lazy
greens.
Chuck McCallum, medalist with
a sizzling two-over-par 74, paced
the Wolverines to victory by taking
all three match points from his
MSC opponent, John Wawzysko.
PETE ELLIOT, by far the most
improved player on the squad,
shut out Don Perne with a crack
75 to add three more points to the
Maize and Blue's wide margin of
victory.
Captain Ed Schalon also con-
tributed to the Wolverine cause
with a 2-1 victory over the Spar-
tan's number one man, Rex
Newman, while touring the
rugged East Lansing course in
79 strokes.
Rog Kessler and Bob Olson,
both shooting 76's, added another
five and a half to the Michigan
side of the scoreboard. Duncan
Fisher, Olson's opponent, was
medalist for the badly defeated

Team Exhibits Top Form
As Spartans Bow, 1912-1

Spartans with a 79 but could only
manage to garner one-half a point
from the sophomore ace.
LEO HAUSER, the other half of
Coach Burt Katzenmeyer's star
sophomore combination, was
around in 78 strokes to nudge Jim
Anderson, 2Z-%.
Sam Valuck and Keith Lc-
Clair contributed the final two
and a half points to the Welver-
ine total.
The Wolverines seem to have
ironed out some of their difficul-
ties and are successfully rounding
into par shooting form. Several of
the squad, including Pete Elliott
and Bob Olson, have shown much
improvement since the season's
opener with Wake Forest..
Next week Michigan will square
off with the nucleus of Big Nine
Conference competition when they
meet both Purdue and Northwest-
ern away from home.
And if on this coming Saturday
when the underdog Wolverines
take to the Lafayette Links against
Purdue, potential 1949 Conference
champions, they show the form
displayed yesterday, Michigan def-
initely stands a chance to win a
marked victory over the Boiler-
makers.

By HAROLD TANNER
Michigan's baseball warriors
play host to Western Michigan
at 3:30 this afternoon in an at-
tempt to maintain their unblem-
ished record against non-confer-
ence competition in the North.
Since returning from their suc-
cessful Southern tour, Ray Fish-
er's charges have downed Michigan
State and Notre Dame in their
only starts out of the Western
Conference.
* * *
IN A CIRCUIT SERIES over
the weekend, the Wolverines split
with Minnesota giving them a rec-
ord of two wins against four de-
feats in league play.
Yesterday's scheduled clash
with the University of Detroit
at Detroit was postponed be-
cause ofwetgrounds.
Coach Charlie Maher is bring-
ing a highly respected team to
face the Maizeand Blue in the
first game of a home and home
series.
THE BRONCOS have taken vic-
tories in eight of their nine games
losing only to Miami of Ohio, 2-1.
In their last outing they edged
Michigan State.
Last year Western defeated
the Wolverines, 5-4, during the
regular season and subdued

them in the fourth
NCAA playoffs, 6-3.

The Broncos have three hurlers
to call upon for service against
the Wolverines. Gordon Bowdell,
ace of last year's staff; Gene
Station WUOM will broad-
cast this afternoon's baseball
game between Michigan and
Western Michigan starting at
3:30.
Schlukebir, number two man from
1948; and Gerald Hogan, soph
sensation have been bearing the
brunt of the pitching chores so
far this season.
* * *
HOGAN has been particularly
impressive, yielding only two hits
in 17 innings on the hill.
Dick Smith, sophomore south-
paw, is expected to start on the
mound for Michigan with Bud
Rankin and Bob Hicks in re-
serve.
Smith was bothered with a sore
arm in the Minnesota series in
which he suffered his second de-
feat of the circuit campaign
against one win.
* * *
FISHER IS worried about Bill
Taft, ace righthander of the staff,

district

who is also bothered by a sore
arm. It is not yet known whether
Taft will be available for action
against Illinois this weekend.
Unless a lefthander starts for
Western Michigan, Michigan will
use the same starting lineup. If a
lefthander works for the Broncos,
Leo Koceski and Vic Fryling will
probably handle two of the out-
field posts.
Ted Kobrin and Jack McDonald
continued to pace the Wolverine
hitting parade over the weekend:
McDonald collected two singles
in the opener and drove in the
winning run in Saturday's game.
Kobrin has been hitting around
the .500 mark since the team re-
turned from the South.

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Results of the Penn Relays of
last weekend have indicated that
the Wolverine track squad is gain-
ing needed strength inuthe middle
distances.
The biggest single factor;in this
improvement is the return to form
of Herb Barten. Although his
half-mile time was only 1:57.8,
prospects are bright since this
is the first time he has tracked
the two-minute mark since the
team moved outdoors.
COACH DON CANHAM report-
ed yesterday that Barten felt fin'e
after the race, and his injured
heel is very much improved.
Besides Barten, Captain Bob
Thomason and. John Lindquist
turned in credible performances
in the 880. Thomason anchored
the sprint-medley relay with an
excellent 1:54.4 half-mile.
THE QUARTER - MILERS all
showed improvement, with four
men running under 51 seconds.
Standout among the 440 men was

Bob Sergeson. He ran three races
under 50 seconds, with his best
time being the :49.1 third leg of
the mile relay.
Versatile Art Henrie turned in
two outstanding performances, his
best time being :49.1 for the quar-
ter.

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(Continued from Page 2)
Arts: Correction to first sentence
of Note. Note: For courses having
both lectures and recitations, the
time of class is the time of the
first lecture period of the week;
for courses having recitations only,
the time of class is the time of the
first recitation period.
Doctoral Examination for Albert
0. Pepitone, Social Psychology;
Thesis: "Motivational Effects in
the Perception of Social 'Gate-
keepers'," 3:30 p.m., West Council
Room, Rackham Building. Chair-
man, Leon Festinger.
Elizabeth Sargent Lee Medical
History Prize: Contestants for this
prize are reminded that two copies
of their manuscripts on a subject
in medical history should be sub-
mitted to Dean Peake, or to Pro-
fessor Arthos (2222 Angell Hall)
before May 15.
Lectures
The Henry Russell Lecture for
1948-49 will be given at 4:15 p.m.
today in the Rackham Amphi-
theatre by Dr. Howard tB.Lewis,
John Jacob Abel University Pro-
fessor of Biological Chemistry,
whose subject will be "Chemical
Defenses of the Body." The recipi-
ent of the Henry Russel Award
will be announced at this time.
The public is invited.
William J. Mayo Lecture, aus-
pices of the Medical School, will be
given by Dr. Howard K. Gray, of
the Mayo Clinic, at 1:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, May 4, in the Univer-
sity Hospital Amphitheatre, on
the subject "Surgical Treatment
of Duodenal Ulcers and Gastric
Ulcers."
Mr. Armin Elmendorf of El-
mendorf Research, Inc., Chicago,
will speak on "Some Problems of
the Forest Products Industries" on
May 4, at 10 o'clock in the East
Lecture Room of the Horace H.
Rackham Building.
Opportunity will be given for
questions and conferences. All
furniture students are expected to
attend; others, particularly those
following the Wood Technology
Curriculum, who are interested,
are welcome.
Concerts
MAY FESTIVAL-Six concerts,
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in Hill Auditorium. Philadelphia
Orchestra at all concerts.
First concert, Thurs., May. 5,
8:30. All-Wagner program;aSet
Svanholm, tenor; Eugene Orman-
dy, conductor. Program : Prelude
to "Parsifal"; "Gralserzablung"
from "Lohengrin"; Rome Narra-
tive from "Tannhauser; Alberich's
Invocation and Entrance of the
Gods from "Rheingold"; Sieg-
fried's Funeral Music from "Got-
terdammerung"; Siegmund's Mon-
ologue and "Wintersturme" from
"Die Walkure; Forging Song from
"Siegfried"; Prelude to Act III,
Dance of the Apprentices and En-
trance ofsthe Mastersingers from
"Die Meistersinger".
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Be well-groomed with a suave,
smart hair style, designed for
you alone. Plenty of Tonsorial
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convenience!
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Second concert, Fri., May 6,;8:30.
University Choral Union, Thor
Johnson, conductor; Shirley Rus-
sell, soprano; Martial Singher,
baritone; Benno Moiseiwitsch, pi-
anist. Program: Brahms "Re-
quiem"; and Beethoven Concerto
No. 3 for Piano and Orchestra.
Third concert, Sat., May 7, 2:30.
Erica Morini, violinist; Festival
Youth Chorus; Marguerite Hood,
and Alexander Hilsbe' 'g, conduc-
tors. Program: Overtue to "Bar-
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