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MAY 20, 1949 T1HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Big

Nine

Cinder

Battle

Begins Today

'

'MNine Bids
For Revenge
Over Brones
Drawing a bye in Big Nine play
for the weekend, Michigan's base-
ball squad travels to Kalamazoo
today to play the powerful West-
ern Michigan Broncos in a non-
Conference contest.
Ray Fisher's charges are seek-
ing revenge from the Broncos who
pinned a 6-4 setback on them
earlier in the campaign. In that
game the Maize and Blue managed
to collect but two hits off three
Western Michigan hurlers.
AFTER THE loss to the Broncos,
Michigan bowed to Wayne and
then went on to take six straight
games before losing to Notre
Dame, 5-4, in ten innings, Tues-
day.,
Michigan's pitching staff has
been troubling Fisher of late, as
his two aces, Dick Smith and
Bill Taft, are shelved with bad
arms.
Bud Rankin, Eddie Grenkowski,
Dave Settle, and Bob Hicks all
hurled well during the six game
winning streak. Today's pitching
selection is not yet definite, but
Captain Hal Raymond will prob-
ably be behind the plate.
Saturday the Wolverines con-
tinue their trip through the state
when they face the Michigan State
nine at East Lansing.

Four Teams Peril OSU Title Defense;
Michigan Underdog in Evanston Meet,
_______ -.- - -*

By HUGH QUINN
Ohio State's defending Western
Conference outdoor track and field
champions will find the going
rough at the 49th annual cham-
pionships today and tomorrow at
Northwestern's Dyche Stadium,
with a broadside attack from four'
or five major contenders.
Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
and Illinois plan to give the Buck-
eyes a stiff fight, and by the looks
of things, the Hoosiers and the
Gophers have better -than -good
chances of taking the top spot.
* * *
BUT MICHIGAN'S 18 man
squad is conceded little chance of
moving in with the top teams. The
Wolverines finished seventh last
March at the indoor meet, and
haven't improved enough to make
up the difference.
Michigan will feel the loss of
sprinter Art Henrie, suffering
from a foot injury, and weight
man Pete Dendrinos, who did
not make the trip to Evanston.
A large- share ofthe Wolverines'
hopes rest on hurdler Jim Mitchell.
He scored eight of Michigan's 131/2
points at the indoor meet with sec-
onds in both hurdles events. Buck-
eye Lloyd Duff, winner of both in-
door hurdles crowns, has com-
pleted his" eligibility, and his loss
helps Michigan, and shoots Ohio's
hurdles chances.
* * *
MITCHELL'S TIME of :14.7 for

the 120-yard highs is tops so far
in the Conference.
Another Mitchell, Tom, will
give Michigan's Jim a close race
in the highs. This Indiana hur-
dler skimmed the barriers in
- :14.2 two years ago, but Jim beat
him two weeks ago at Bloom-
ington.
The Hoosiers have two point-
winners in the sprints, however,
with defending 100 and 220 titlist
Chuck Peters and Hamtramck
sophomore Stan Wilkins.
MINNESOTA'S TITLE bid will
get a boost in the discus with Byrl
Thompson favored to win, and
Charlie Lindekugel picked for sec-
ond.
Wisconsin, along with ace
miler Don Gehrmann, has a pos-
sible broad jump winner in
George Kailas, a consistent 24
ft. jumper.
Bob Mansfield, who placed sec-
ond in the 440 to Buckeye Mal
Whitfield indoors is the Badgers'
big question mark. Mansfield quit
track after the indoor season, and
had to start his training all over
again.
* * *
MICHIGAN'S unknown factor
is Herb Barten, who has yet to
reach his peak condition after his
foot injury last summer.
Barten will run either the 440
or 880, and could place high in
either one. However, his per-
formance will depend on his
physical shape tomorrow.
Wolverine Jus Williams' two-
mile time of 9:31.1 has not been
topped yet outdoors, and he holds
a decisive victory over Illini Vic
Twomey. Williams will definitely
rate among the leaders, but Two-
mey and his team mate Walt Jews-
bury both ran better times in-
doors.
With so many "variables" in-
volved-Indiana's Mitchell, Wis-
consin's Mansfield, Michigan's
Barten and Illinois' Twomey-it
wouldn't take much to swing the
final count one way or another.

To THlE ICTORS:
Lloyd Gets I-M Trophies
At West QuadBanquet
By JOE EPSTEIN this time, included footba
Lloyd House took down a major Walt Teninga, Dom Tomasi,
share of the sporting honors at the 1943 All-American J
annual West Quad Athletic Ban- Franks. Matt Mann, Michij
quet Wednesday night in the West popular swimming coach,
Quad Dining Room. the main address of the eve:
Rod Grambeau, Assistant Direc-
tor of the Intramural Sports De- FolloUn-Manns tal
partment, opened the program by of the UM-MSC Rose Bowl
presenting the various individual were shown. Teninga and T
handled the narrating.
and team awards. Al Maslin, West Quad Al
INDIVIDUAL AWARDS were Manager, directed the entire
given to those men who won gram.
events in indoor and outdoor
track, the relays, and cross coun-
try, and to athletes selected to Formal Rentals
any of the all-star teams. Fif-
teen team plaques went to Quad SUMMER
teams who won championships White Coats and
this year. Black Trousers
The Wagner Centennial
Trophy, annually awarded to All New - All Sizes
the house in the West Quad Locally Stocked
which winds up the year with
the most athletic points, was
presented to Lloyd by donor A AA
Paul C. Wagner. 119 So. Main St. Phone
Wagner told Lloyd Athletic 1
Chairmen Frank Johnson and Dick
Redmond, "It's good to have a
different house win each year; if
anyone ever wins three times, I'11
have to dig up a new trophy."
THE COVETED All-Residence'DR
Hall Trophy, awarded annually to
the residence hall with the high-
est point total, was also giVen, to
Lloyd. Earl Riskey, director of the _
Intramural Sports Department,
made the presentation.
Honored guests, introduced at

-Daily-Wally Barth
JIM MITCHELL
... carries Wolverine hopes
Member of Bigr
Nine Will Go
To Rose Bowl
EVANSTON, Ill.-(AP)-The Big
Nine Conference officials last
night agreed to send a team from
its own league to the Rose Bowl
next New Year's Day.
The action had been expected
from the athletic directors and
coaches. However, the five-year
Bowl pact with the Pacific Coast
Conference did provide that the
Big Nine could go out of the con-
ference to send an outside team
for the 1950 and 1951 Tourna-
ment of Roses game.
The question of Pose Bowl as-
signments led off the Big Nine's
Spring discussions. Today the talks
will include Michigan State Col-
lege's Conference membership bid.

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VOL. LIX, No. 164
Notices
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