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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

111 Tennis SquadBlasts

W ildc ats,

7-0

Undermanned NU Squad
DroppedinStraight Sets
Golden Puts Up Strong Fight Before Falling
To Paton,_6-3, 64, in Day's Closest Match

By TONY BUESSER
and JOHN BARBOUR
With two of their biggest guns
missing from their mounts, the
Wildcats of Northwestern surren-
dered five singles and two doubles
posts as they fell before the regu-
lar Wolverine net squad, 7-0.
Ted Peterson and Ted Hainline,
regulars at number two and three
singles for the Purple, failed to
make it to Ann Arbor and rumor
says it was car trouble.
WILDCAT COACH P aul Ben-
nett kept his ace Grant Golden in
number one, but posted Scott Piet-
ers, and Larry Daly at number
thfee and four.
He posted the absent Hainline
at two and had the match can-
celled ... and then filled the five
and six singles with two rookies
Marvin Goodkind and Curt Beus-
man.
Golden put on the best fight
of the day against Andy Paton
in the number one singles but
he couldn't match the close,
smart game that Andy played
and fell in two sets, 6-3, 6-4.
Al Hetzeck didn't get a chance
to show his wares at number two
due to the absentees, but Fred
Otto coasted 6-0, 6-3 over out-
matched Scott Pieters, who would
have been much more at home in
the number four bracket.
* * *
AT NUMBER four was the sixth
bracket winner of last year's Con-
ference Championships, Larry,
Daly. Daly couldn't match the

stuff of veteran Wolverine netter,
Bill Mikulich, and dropped two
sets and match, 6-1, 6-3.
Don MacKay knocked off
lWildcat Marvin Goodkind in the
number five singles and the rec-
ords were written 6-0, 6-2.
Gordie Naugle had a fair match
with Curt Beusman who showed
a little more fight than most of
the Wildcat squad who were mis-
matched and showed it.
Michigantook the number six
singles 6-2, 6-3 to make it 5-0 go-
ing into the doubles.
* * *
COACH BENNETT posted Ted
Hainline with Grant Golden in
the number one doubles match
against/ Paton and Mikulich, and
had that match cancelled.
Al Hetzeck teamed up with
Fred Otto to get in a quick
match against Northwestern's
Pieters and Daly, 6-3, 6-1. Daly
recovered from his singles frus-
trations to play better in the
doubles.
MacKay and Naugle erased the
last set quickly in the doubles as
the two Wolverines swept over
Beusman and Goodkind 6-1, 6-1.
The entire Wolverine squad with
the exception of Bill Mikulich
headed for Champaign, Illinois
where they face the Illini on the
Varsity courts at 2:30 this- after-
noon.
Dick Lincoln will fill in at num-
ber six singles for the Wolver-
ines.

TarsSailing
At Lansing,
twin Cities
By BOB VOKAC.
Today and tomorrow the tars of
the Michigan Sailing Club are
featured in two regattas-500
miles apart.
While part of the fleet is com-
peting in the Michigan State Tri-
angular Regatta at Lake Lansing,
another portion will be carrying
the Maize and Blue banners at
Lake Calhoun in the Minnesota
Invitational Regatta. [
THE THIRD CLUB in the trian-
gular meet at MSC is Wayne, a
newcomer to collegiate sailing
ranks this year. Previously Wayne
has competed in the Michigan In-
vitational held at Whitmore Lake
April 23 and 24. At that time the
Tartars finished eighth in a field
of nine teams while Michigan
placed third.
Since the Spartans finished a
weak third behind second place
Michigan in last weekend's Mid-
west sectional regatta, the rec-
ords at least indicate little op-
position for the Wolverines at
Lake Lansing.
Michigan's sailors in the MSC
regatta are: Gordon, Nelson and
Lucy Sebald, Bob Johns and Mary
Kellog. Nelson and Johns will be
skippers while Sebald and Kel-
log will handle the crew duties.
AT LAKE CALHOUN in Minne-
apolis, Minnesota is staging its
first invitational regatta which is
slated to be an annual affair.
Participating in the races to-
day and tomorrow in Gopher-
land are: St. Thomas, Macales-
ter, Wisconsin, Notre Dame,
Michigan, Ohio State, North-
western, Illinois Tech, Michigan
State,Bowling Green, and Min-
nesota.
At the present time, Michigan
looms as one of the favored teams
in this meet.
TOM SPECKMAN, Jene O'Con-
nor and Frank Reed left yesterday
noon to handle the sails for the
Wolverine club. Since a limited
number of Michigan members are
making the trip, they will alter-
nate between being skipped and
crew.

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Jim Campbell singled to drive in
two more tallies. The final Buck-
eye run crossed the plate when
Carl Parrill's blooper fell in be-
tween the Wolverine third base-
man and left fielder.
MICHIGAN narrowed the count
to 6-4 in the seventh. McDonald
led off with a walk and Morrill
followed with a sharp single to
right. After Wolff grounded out,
Raymond beat out an infield hit
to score McDonald. Morrill also
scored a little later when left
fielder Willard Baker drilleda
one-bagger to center field.
In the eighth the Wolverines
broke loose for four more runs
to ice the ball game. Once again
a walk, this one to Ralph Mor-
rison, started the rally.
Ted Kobrin followed with a
ground single past the shortstop
and McDonald drove in the fifth
Michigan run with a hard double
to right. This set the stage for
Hold All-Campus
Gym Tournament
The all-campus gymnastic
tournament was held at the
I-M Building last night.
Conrad Ettl won first place
on the high bar and tied with
Ray Taylor for the side horse,
parallel bars and all around
honors. Taylor also captured
the flying rings event.
Other first places went to
Fred Thompson in the tum-
bling competition and Sam
Dudly on the trampoline.
Morrill's game winning smash
that chased in both McDonald
and Kobrin.
MORRILL TALLIED an insur-
ance run when shortstop Weygant
fumbled Raymond's grounder.
Rankin bounced into a double play
to end the big inning for the
Maize and Blue.
The Buckeyes threatened in
both their half of the eighth
and ninth. Pitcher Pete Perini
and Verdova singled with one
away in the eighth frame but
Rankin settled down to retire
both Gebhardt and Ranz.

Morrison Provides Winning
Edge with Double in Eighth

In all the Buckeyes collected 14
hits, while Michigan had to be
content with nine to cop the game.
Perini, the leading pitcher of the
conference last year, went the
distance for Ohio.
The two teams meet again to-
Jay in the finale of the two game
aeries.
State Fencing
Championships
OpenToday
Pete Young and Ed Micllef will
represent Michigan's Scimitar
Club when they journey into De-
troit today in quest of the state's
top foil fencing prize, the open
championship title.
The pair qualified to represent
the Maize and Blue in foil sev-
eral weeks ago along with Byron
Krieger and Dick Yasenchek.
*-*
THE "BIG EVENT" will be held
at the Book Cadillac Hotel in De-
troit with the events slated to
begin at 7:30 p.m. It will feature
the state's best amateur swords-
men in open matches in all wea-
pons.
Micllef has been Michigan's
old reliable in foil, holding sev-
eral state titles. His supremacy
has recently been challenged by
teammate Young, however.
Young barely lost the inter-
collegiate foil title to Micllef in
March and led all qualifiers for
today's event, beating Micllef in
the semi-formal pool.
* * *
CHIEF COMPETITION for the
Scimitar Club warriors should
come from Byron. Krieger.
Krieger, defending titlist and
midwestern champ is one of the
nation's fencing greats. He leads
all midwestern fencers in na-
tional rankings.
Bela de Tuscan, coach of Wayne
University and master of Salle de
Tuscan, will direct all events in
addition to giving one of his
globe-famous exhibitions of the
world's first sport.
* * *
PAUL WILLIAMS, Detroit ra-
dio announcer, will act as master
of ceremonies.
Competition is to be in all
weapons for men and, in foil for
women.

'M' Golfers
Illini, OSU
By JERRY FANGER
Michigan's linksmen tee off this
morning at nine at the University
course in a Western Conference
triangular meet with Ohio State
and Illinois, hoping that their first
Big Nine home engagement will
change their luck for the better.
So far this spring the Wolver-
ines have lost three straight league
meets. After OSU squeezed by
them, Purdue and Northwestern
defeated the Maize and Blue golf-
ers.
THE BUCKEYES should pro-
vide the most trouble for Mich-
igan. Only three weeks ago the
Bucks edged out the Wolverines
14%12-12% by completely dominat-
ing the morning play at the Scar-
let course.
Coach Bob Kepler is sticking
to the line-up that has kept OSU
in the race for the Conference
title. Bob Ranking and Chick
Hendrickson are the first to tee
off for the Buckeyes. These two
gentlemen scored birdie threes
on the eighteenth hole to spell
defeat for Michigan previously
this year.
Norb Schlei and John Winters,
who also registered victories over
their Wolverine opponents three
weeks ago, are to tee off in the
second wave. Dick Widdoes and
Dick Horch, who were the only
Buckeye losers in the previous
doubles match with Michigan,
round out the Ohio State squad.
* * *
COACH RALPH FLETCHER'S
Illini golfers will attempt to re-
store a victory glint to what has
been a very dismal season indeed.
The Redmen have been play-
ing good golf, but inconsistency
has been their nemesis in close
matches. Six consecutive defeats
make the Illini underdogs in this
meet.
Captain Dave Logan and Art
Wyatt who already has three
letters in golf provide the one-
two punch for the Illinois team.
George Dayiantis and Ray Kimpel,
the number three and four man
on the team respectively, have
been trying hard to break 76 con-
sistently. George Culp and John
Reif round out the six man team.
* * *
COACH BERT Katzenmeyer is
using the same team that has
played in the last three Michigan
meets.

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Durocher Signs
NEW YORK-The New York
Giants last night signed Leo Du-
rocher as manager for two more
years. His present contract ex-
pires at the end of the 1949 sea-
son.
No salary terms were an-
nounced.
President Horace Stoneham
said the board of directors of
the club voted unanimously to
extend the contract immediate-
ly.
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Leo returned to baseball's good
graces 10 days ago after a brief
suspension. He was banned by
Commissioner A. B. Chandler
pending a hearing on charges that
he kicked a fan at the Polo
Grounds following a game. The
Commissioner exonerated Duroch-
er, ruling that there was insuffi-
cient evidence to prove any
charges.
Foster Beaten
NEW YORK -Charlie Fusari,
blond Irvington, N.J., whirlwind
exploded the Vince Foster boom
last night when he stopped the
Omaha, Neb., youngster in 2:46 of
the first round at Madison Square
Garden after knocking him down
three times. Foster weighed 147,.
Fusali 1471/.
The rangy New Jersey welter
floored Foster with a right hand
to the jaw midway in the open-
ing round to startle a near ca-
pacity crowd. Foster, wobbly and
dazed, got up at two.
Night Games
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 7, St. Louis 2.
Chicago 11, Cleveland 10.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 3, St. Louis 2.
New York 9, Philadelphia 1.
Boston 6, Brooklyn 5.
Cincinnati 7, Chicago 0.

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