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~TUESDAY, APIL 25, 1950THE MICHIGAN DAILY ______
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'M' Sailors Win Nine Races
For Top Honors In Regatta

By JERY BALBUS
Taking nine first places and
four seconds out of sixteen races,
the Michigan Sailing Club took
first place honors in the Michigan
Invitational Regatta held at Whit-
more Lake this past week-end.
The Wolverine tars collected a
total of 123 points to finish ahead
of DePauw University who had to
f A wait till the last race of the meet
before taking a first place yet still
managed to conpile 104 points for
the second slot.
* * *
THE POINT totals for the other
schools entered were: Notre Dame
87, I.I.T. 84, Purdue 70, Wayne 68,
Washington 64, Northwestern 62.
Five of the eight races of the
regatta were held on Saturday
and the end of the day's activ-
ity found Michigan in the lead
by seven points.
On Sunday, Michigan fell off in
their scoring in the first race plac-
ing second in the A division be-
hind I.I.T. and third in the B divi-
sion behind Notre Dame and De
Pauw.
HOWEVER, in the second race,
the Wolverines came back and
showed they were still the team to
k beat taking first in both divisions
with plenty of water between
them and the second place boats.
. They took another first place
in the A division of the third
race. But, in the B clash, the
Wolverines finished second
when, after having lead most of
the way, the De Pauiw crew
pulled up in the last 30 yards
and nosed their bow across the
finish line a boat's length ahead
of Michigan.

The Wolverine dinghies were
manned by the same crew
throughout all eight races with
Commodore Jim Johns skippering
in the A division and Gene O'Con-
nor in charge of the B division
entry.
Crewing for them were Tina
Lawrence and Renate Oppen-
heimer, respectively.
Thiree NBA
Squauds Plan
RivalCircuit
CHICAGO -(M)-Three mem-
bers, Denver, Colo.; Sheboygan ,
Wis.; and Waterloo, Ia.: quit the
National Basketball Association
and immediately announced plans
for an eight o r10-team rival cir-
cuit.
Representatives of the three
cities named Doxie Moore, vet-
eran professional cage execu-
tive, as commissioner of the
proposed loop.
The three clubs had failed to
post a $15,000 cash performance
bond and their walkout left the
NBA with a membership of 12
clubs. St. Louis announced last
Saturday it *was quitting the NBA
and Anderson, Ind., previously
had sold its franchise to the
league.
Moore, who was general-
manager and coach of Ander-
son and headed the former Na-
tional Basketball League which
was absorbed by the NBA, said
he would call a meeting in two
weeks to organize the new
league.

Fisher Nominates Keirn
For First Starting Role
By BOB SANDELL start against the invading Mich-
Riding on top of the Western iganders.
Conference baseball heap by vir- The rest of the lineup will b
tue of their successful weekend pretty well composed of newcome:
stand, the Wolverines travel to with the exception of first sacke
South Bend today to play the first Dick Giedlin, who is considered
of a home and home series with major league prospect, and an ou
the University of Notre Dame. fielder, Jim Gillis.
Coach Ray Fisher intends to * * *
throw righthander, Earl Keim THE IRISH have split four en
against the Irish. It will be the gagements thus far this sprin
first start for Keim, a junior from having four contests postponed, in
Dearborn, and his initial appear- cluding yesterday's scheduled gan
ance in the Wolverine uniform. with Indiana.
* * * They beat Illinois Wesleyan
NOTRE DAME is the defending and the University of Chicago
Middle West champion of the by 4-1 and 6-2 scores, but were
NCAA playoffs last spring, but setback by Ohio University, 4-
has lost quite a few of their regu- and by Western Michigan, 8-1
lars this year and doesn't appear Fisher was well pleased with th
to be the same top-notch outfit, two sterling pitching performanc
Twa righthanders, Bob Ne- turned in last weekend by Edd
* mes and Tony Lipton, form the Grenkoski and Bob Hicks.
nucleus of Coach Jake Kline's a : *
mound staff. Nemes, with a 5-0 HE WASN'T too satisfied wit
record last year will probably the hitting, however, and sent th
squad through an extensive ba
AMERICAN LEAGUE ting drill in yesterday's workout
There apparently will be I
New York at Philadelphia-Ra- lineup changes, but Fisher ind
schi (0-1) vs. Brissie (0-1). cated he will continue experimen
en Boston at Washington (night)- ing with his pitchers most of who
k- McDermott (1-0) vs. Hudson (0-1). are still an unknown quantity.
Cleveland at Chicago - Garcia Grenkoski and Hicks will st:
- (0-0) vs. Cain (0-0). home, but six other hurlers w
Detroit at St. Louis (night) - make the trip to back up Keim
- Trucks (1-0) vs. Fannin (0-0) or the event he needs help in his d
Ostrowski (0-0). but with the Wolverines.

Daily-Ralph Clark
NOT QUITE ENOUGH-Minnesota's Bill Kranz slides in with the
first run of Saturday's twelve inning battle at Ferry Field that the
Wolverines finally won 2-1. Catcher Pete Palmer is taking Out-
fielder'Leo Koceski's throw while Pitcher Bob Hicks (33) is backing
up the play.

MAJOR LEAGUE
STANDINGS

Pr'obable Pitchers
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Brooklyn at Boston - Hattf
(0-0) or Podbielan (1-0) vs. Bic]
ford (0-0).
Philadelphia at New York -
Meyer (0-1) vs. Jansen (0-1).
Chicago at Pittsburgh (night)-
Rush (1-0) vs. Queen (0-0).

AMERICAN

TEAM
Detroit
Cleveland
New York
Washington
Philadelphia
St: Louis
Boston
Chicago

W
4
3
3
3
3
2
3
1

LEAGUE
L Pct.
1 .800
2 .600
2 .600
2 .600
3 .500
3 .400
5 .375
4 .200

GB
1
1
1
12
2
2%/2
3

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington 3, Boston 0.
Detroit at St. Louis (rain).
Cleveland at Chicago (rain).
New York at Philadelphia (rain).

NATIONAL

TEAMS
Chicago
Pittsburgh .
Brooklyn
Boston
Philadelphia
St. Louis
New York
Cincinnati

W
3
5
4
4
2
2
0
a

LEAGUE
L Pct.
0 1.000
1 .833
1 .800
2 .667
3 .400
4 .333
4 .000
5 .000

GB
2
22
31/2
4

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 6, Boston 4.
St. Louis 1, Cincinnati 0
Philadelphia at New York (rain).

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
berfarb, Tom Sparrow, Judith M.
Starr, Lanette Sheaffer, ThomasI
Michael Straus, Ulrich Straus,
Emily Tomell, Ellen Traxler, Wil-
ma Jeanne Wilson, Jacquelyn
Yund, Jacqueline Zipp.
Tickets: Earl Aldon, George
Anema, Betty Ann Bacon, Arthur
L. Beck, Charles De Young, David
K. Eiterian, W. L. Gason, Oliver
E. Hanninen, Henry A. Huber,
Harry B. Keller, William Parks
Laxton, Henry M. LeBost, Robert
Lee McColley, Gerald F. McKie,k
Richard Marx, Wilbur Markstron,4
Robert Mazurek, Lee S. Peel, Mar-
vin J. Seven, Robert P. Skye, Ed-
ward M. Strauss.
Programs: Dallas Bradbury, Ro-
land Jones, Jean Waller, Donald
G. Zill.
Stage: M. Allen, Robert L. Her-
hurry, Donald Wyant.
The final date for the procure-
ment of books, supplies and equip-
ment using veteran requisitions
has been established as Fri., May
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26. No requisitions will be honor-
ed by the vendors subsequent to
this date.
Final Sale of Senior Class Com-
m e n c e m e n t Announcements:
Tuesday, April 25, for all schools
except Law, Medicine and Dentis-
try, in the lobby of the Adminis-
tration Bldg.
Bureau of Appointments - Teach-
ing Positions:
The New York Institute for the
Blind has the following teacher
openings for the academic year
beginning Sept., 1950: Director of
Physical Education for Boys;
Teacher of Shop Work; Music
Teacher; E a r 1 y Elementary;
Teacher; Teacher of High School
English.
For further information con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments,
3528 Administration Building, ext.
489.
Bureau of Appointments--Inter-
views:
Interviews for positions in the
Cincinnati Public Schools will be
held Wed., April 26, at the Bureau
of Appointments. Openings in Ele-
mentary and Secondary Schools,
in Special Education and in Coun-
seling.
For appointments contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Building, ext. 489.
Employment Interviews:
Munising Wood Products Co., Chi-
cago, Illinois, will interview men
interested in the woodworking in-
dustry-both manufacturing and
selling, Wed., April 26.

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