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Winclads Leave for Drake, Penn Relays Today

Foes' Strength Still Myster
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PO#E'RFUL PLA TE-MA TES:
Morrison, Koceski Top Michigan at Bat

Unofficial batting averages for
the first 12 Wolverine baseball
contests show that Outfielders
Ralph Morrison and Leo Koceski
are doing a major share of stick-
work thus far this spring.
Morrison is 'leading the regu-
lars with a .367 average followed
by Koceski with a .340 mark. Leo,
however, takes the slugging hon-
ors with his collection of two dou-
bles, five triples, and two home
runs.
THIS GIVES Koceski a slightly
terrific .700 slugging average
based on his total bases and times
at bat. Morrison's slugging per-
centage figures out to .510.
The only other two regulars
hitting over .300 are Catcher
Pete Palmer at .308 and Out-
fielder - pitcher Bob Fancett
with .302.
Oddly enough, Eddie Grenkoski,
the leading pitcher with a 3-1 rec-

ord, also has the highest batting
average, a .417 percentage for his
12 times at bat.
* * *
LAST WEEKEND'S pitchers
battles were a little tough on
Western Conference averages, but
Morrison managed to come out
with a .400 mark in the two
games, and Koceski and Fancett
with .333 each.
Bob Hicks and Sophomore Al
Virgona follow Grenkoski in the
Entries are still being accept-
ed . for .the . all-campus . and
graduate singles tennis tourna-
ments.
-Rod Grambeau.
pitching department with 2-1
records. Jack York and Fan-
cett each have a decision in
their favor.
The Wolverines will try to boost
their Big Ten lead this week-end

against Co - champion Indiana.
The Hoosiers invade the Ferry
Field diamond for a two game ser-
ies that should have an important
bearing on the chase for the con-
ference crown.
Indiana ranked with the pre-
season favorites, but could do no
better than split their first series
last week-end. They are currently
tied for fifth.
Complete batting averages for
Michigan squad follow:

PLAYER
Grenkoski
Morrison
Koceski
Palmer
Painter
Fancett
Dorr
Buchoiz
Morrill
York
Froscheiser
Wolff
Berce
Hicks
Virgona
Settle
Larsen
Team Totals

AB R H
12 2 5
49 13 18
50 14 17
39 7 12
13 2 4
43 7 13
31 4 7
45 12 10
46 7 8
16 0
13 1 2
43 8 5
13 2 1
11 0 0
5 1 0
2 0 0
1 0 0
422 80 103

Pet.
.417
.367
.340
.308
.308
.302
.226
.222
.174
.167
.154
.116
.077
.000
.000
.000
.000
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Tigers Win;
Yanks Rout
Iosox, 10-2
By The Associated Press
ST. LOUIS-Singles by George
Kell and Pat Mullin after a walk
to Eddie Lipon pushed across two
runs in the tenth inning and en-
abled the Detroit Tigers to defeat
the 'St. Louis Browns yesterday 8
to 6.
The Tigers handed Saul Rogo-
vin a five-run lead in the second
inning, combining solid hitting
with some weird throwing by
Fannin. But the Browns got
three of those runs back in the
fourth stanza, added another in
the fifth and then tied it up in
the eighth as they chased Dizzy
Trout who had replaced Rogo-
vin in the fourth.
Paul Calvert came on the scene
in the last of the ninth for the
Tigers and held the Brownies
scoreless the rest of the way for
his first victory as a Tiger.
* *. *
NEW YORK - Disposing of
starter Maurice McDermott in less
than two innings, the New York
Yankees thrashed Boston yester-
day, 10-2, for their third triumph
in four meetings with the Red Sox.
Hank Bauer and Yogi Berra fea-
tured a four-run first inning with
home runs.
* * *
CINCINNATI - Howie Pollet
pitched masterful ball yesterday
to lead the St. Louis Cardinals to
a 3 to 2 victory over the"flounder-
ing Cincinnati Reds.
Two games were postponed, New
York at Boston in the National
League and Cleveland at Chicago
in the American League.

Leg Injury Disables Henrie;
Canham Points for Records

By DAN GEREB
Head Coach Don Canham will
send his tracksters in two differ-
ent directions today as the Wol-
verine runners journey to com-
pete in the annual Drake and
Pennsylvania relays.
A sour note accompanies their
departure, however, as Art Henrie,
ace quarter miler, will be unable
to compete with the record set-
ting distance medley team due to
the recurrence of a leg injury.
* * *
SOPHOMORE Bill Konrad has
been assigned to Henrie's place in
the medley quartet and together
with Chuck Whittaker, Jus Wil-
liams, and Don McEwen will com-
pete in the Drake relays. Michi-
gan, Wisconsin, Ohio State, and
Kansas rule the favorites in this
event which will be featured by
the Big Ten distance stars, Michi-
gan's Don McEwen -andF Wiscon-
son's Don Gehrmann, who will
both run the anchor legs of the
relay.
The Badgers are definitely
pointing for the distance med-
ley as Gehrmann has been
scratched from his favorite mile
run in order to be fully rested
for the medley.
The four mile relay team com-
posed of Aaron Gordan, Whit-
taker, Williams, and McEwen will
also run at Drake and will face
serious competition from Kansas,
Illinois, and Texas A & M.
* * *
THE WOLVERINE TEAM has
been hampered by poor weather
conditions and consequently has

been slow in getting into shape.
However, Michigan will have the
only four mile relay squad at the
meet in which each member of the
quartet has run the mile under
4:20.
Because of this fact Coach
Canham flatly predicts that
with a fast start by Gordon and
Whittaker the four mile relay
squad will break the American
record of 17:16.
The Wolverine contingent to the
56th annual running of the Penn-
sylvania Relays will be Ed Ulve-
stad and Pete Dendrinos. Ulvestad
will be out to defend his pole-
vault title which he has won in
the previous two years, while Den-
drinos will double up at the meet
by competing in the shot-put and
the discus throw.
CHARLIE FONVILLE, starting
his last season for the Wolverines,
hurls the shot-put at the Drake
Relays and will once again hook
up with . the Notre Dame star,
John Helwig who handed the
Michigan ace his lone defeat of
the indoor season.
Fonville, however, bounced
back a week later to recapture
the event from the Irish shot-
putter.
Jim Mitchell, Don Hoover, and
Walt Atchison running in the hur-
dle events complete the list of
the Wolverine contingent in the
Drake Relays.
The shuttle hurdle relay origin-
ally cormposed of Hoover, Atchi-
son, Mitchell, and Henrie will not
be run because of the latter's in-
jury.
THE CREW CUT!
It's
suave, individualistic, collegiate.
Cut to your personality.
Try one!
The DASCOLA BARBERS
Liberty near State

According to Coach Bill Murphy
the opponents of this year's Mich-
igan tennis squad may be classed
as unknown quantities.
Northwestern's Wildcats, defend-
ing conference champions, are the
only team which definitely looks
stronger than the Wolverines. They
are favored to capture the Big Ten
crown again, which will 'be de-
cided on their home courts.
THEIR NUMBER one singles
man, Grant Golden, has a na-
tional ranking, and is very high-
ly regarded. Bill Landin and Scott
Pieters are also returning from
last year's titleholders.
Wisconsin, which has been
tabbed as a darkhorse team, is a
definite title threat. Led by vet-
eran Gordy Mueller they are
rated on a par with Michigan.
The other conference dual match
opponents, Ohio State, Illinois,
and Purdue are not expected to
be too strong.
OUTSIDE of the Big Ten the
Maize and Blue faces the Univer-
sity of Detroit, Notre Dame, and
Michigan State.
The Titans shut out their first
two foes, but not much is known
about their personnel. The Spar-
tans have an experienced per-
former in Len Brose, but little
else of equal caliber.
On the other hand Michigan
should have its hands full with

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the Ramblers from South Ben
who have a seasoned squad pac
by Bob David and Gene'Bittner
'Important as these dual mate]
es may be, the success of the W
verines will hinge on the outcon
of the conference championshi
to be held the last three days
May in Evanston.
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DO YOU KNOW . .. tthat Notre
Dame has a full football schedule
for the next four years and cannot
take on any new teams that want
to play them until after 1953?
DAILY
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requirements, but involves consid-
erable travel, after initial training
in Cincinnati, and consists of in-
terviews with consumers. There
will be one or two openings for
June graduates, as well as one op-
ening immediately and one about
June 1.
The Girl Scouts will interview
women Tues., May 2, for executive
positions with the organization, for
appointments anywhere in the
United States. A background of
scouting'is preferred.
Trane Co., LaCrosse, Wisconsin,
will interview men for Sales .En-
gineering on Tues., May 2. After
initial training in LaCrosse, the
appointment will be permanent in
the Detroit office. Mechanical en-
gineers preferred; other engineers
are eligible. Requirements: good
grades, sales personality, and def-
inite interest in sales.
The Kroger Company will inter-
view men for their Executive
Training Program on Wed. and
Thurs., May 3 and 4. Emphasis
will be primarily on Merchandis-
ing; some positions in Account-
ing.
Office hours are 9-12 and 2-4.
Call at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 3528 Administration Build-
ing, for appointments and addi-
tional information.
Summer Positions: Representa-
tive of H. J. Heinz Company will
be at the Bureau of Appointments
Friday afternoon and Saturday
morning to interview men for po-
sitions in their Contract Crops De-
partment. Prefer men with farm
experience or Irural background,
good health and physical fitness.
For further information and ap-
pointment, call at Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3528 Administration
suilding.

Civil Service examinations and
positions:
The New York State Civil Ser-
vice Commission announces exam-
inations for Social Work and
Nursing, Personnel Test Develop-
ing, Engineering, Bio-Statistics,
and Clerical Work.
,The Municipal Civil Service
Commission of the City of New
York announces examinations for
Mechanical Engineer and Assist-
ant Mechanical Engineer.
The Wisconsin Civil Service
Commission announces opportun-
ities for an Insurance Examiner.
Closing date: May 5.
The United States Civil Service
Commission announces examina-
tions for Chemist, Metallurgist,
Physicist, Mathematician, Clinical

Psychologist, Director of Research,
Assistant Director of Research,j
Engineer, Illustrators, and Archi-
tectural Engineer.
For further information call at
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Adminstration Bldg.
Employment:
The Michigan Region office of
The National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews announces an op-
ening for a June graduate who can
type with facility, write unusually
good English, and is interested in
social work. Apply by letter only
to Detroit Round Table of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews, 907 Washington Blvd.,
Detroit 26, Michigan.

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