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_THE M:1ICHIG AN TDAILY,

Thinclads
Injuries To Henrie, Mitchell M4
Dampen Wolverine Hopes H
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To Face Powerful Ohio State Today

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(Continued from Page 1)

* *

By BYRLE ABBIN
Dame worry haunts the Michi-
gan track squad as the Wolver-
ines entertain the Western con-
ference indoor champs, Ohio State,
at Ferry Field this afternoon at 2
o'clock in the only home dual
meet of the season.
A combination of injuries to Art
Henrie, star dashman, and hurd-
ler Jim Mitchell, coupled with in-
clement weather the past few
weeks has given nothing but wor-
ries to Coach Don Canham, who
hopes to bring Michigan's first
outdoor victory since 1941 over
OSU into reality.
ALTHOUGH the Buckeyes lost
to the Maize and Blue by 10 points
in an indoor duel here this winter,
and just barely edged them in the
conference indoor meet, they rank
as overwhelming favorites in to-
day's meet.
dThey are much stronger in
their outdoor aggregate, having
been bolstered by Big Ten
M Champ Bill Miller in the discus
and football star Ray Hamilton
in both hurdle events and the
broad jump.
To top this off Ohio State boasts
a squad much deeper and with
more outstanding stars than does
Michigan. Len Truex, outstanding
middle distance star, Gene Cole in
the dashes, Harry Cogswell in the
440, and Miller are just a few of
the top stars in the Conference
that the Buckeyes have to offer.
* * , *
MICHIGAN'S hopes lie mainly
t in the high and low hurdles, shot
put, two mile run, broad jump, and
pole vault.
One of the top races of the
day will be the two-mile run
where Don McEwen will again
meet Frank D'Arcy, who chased
him to' a record breaking per-
formance in the Big Ten meet.
Not to be counted out of the
race is Michigan's captain Jus
Williams. This event, with three
of the top two-milers in the con-
ference running,, has a good
chance of being a record break-
ing performance for the meet.
A ray of hope for Michigan en-
tered the picture late yesterday,
however, as Coach Canham an-
nounced that McEwen is a fair
possibility for running the mile
against the first man to beat him
in college competition, Truex.
THUS THE mile run shapes up
to be another outstanding event,
with these two rivals, Aaron Gor-
don and possibly D'Arcy.
MeEwen's rivalry with Truex
was intensified only last week
as the Buckeye led his distance
medley relay foursome to an up-
set win over Michigan, anchored
by McEwen, and Wisconsin.
The dashes seem to be all OSU,
due to Henrie's injury. Cole, who
set the scholastic record for the
DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
Academic Notices
Mathematics Orientation Semi-
nar: Mon., May 8, 3 p.m., 3001
A.H. Mr. Sowul will talk on "Poly-
genic Functions."
Doctoral Examination for Irvin
Eugene Wallen, Zoology; thesis:
"The Direct Effect of Turbidity on
Fishes," 9 a.m., Mon., May 8, East
Council Room, Rackham Bldg.
Chairman, P. S. Welch.
Doctoral Examination for Bur-

ton Poulter Hunt, Zoology; thesis:
"A Study of the Life History, Eco-
logy and Economic Importance of
- a Burrowing Mayfly, Hexagenia
limbata (Serville), in Certain Mi-
chigan Waters," 2 p.m., Mon., May
8, West Council Room, Rackham
Bldg. Chairman, P. S. Welch.
Doctoral Examination for George
(Continued on Page 5)

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Fancett, moved. to third on a sin-
gle by Grenkoski, and scampered
home on a one-baser by Koceski
to make the count, 2-1, where it
stood until the big seventh.
Koceski shared honors at the
plate with Mor rison as he rap-
ped out three si ngles and a dou-
ble in five trips to the plate.
Grenkoski aided his own cause
with two singles in four trips
to the plate.
The Wolverines encounter the
Illini this afternoon in the second
game of the series with Bob Hicks
going for Michigan and Julie
Tangman, a southpaw, the prob-
able mound choice for Illinois.

Wolverine
Special to The Daily
MADISON - Michigan's tennis
squad showed promise of things to
come as Coacr Murphy's boys de-
feated the University of Wisconsin
netters 7-2 in a dual meet yester-
day at Madison.
A 75 mile an hour wind forced
the contest to be played indoors.
Here the smooth-stroking Wolver-
ines completely dominated the
play to cop their Big Ten opener.
* * *
FEATURED match of the after-
noon was between Badger captain,
Warren Mueller and Don McKay,
Michigan's top man. Mueller won
the first set 6-2, and then it was
McKay all the way. The hard
driving senior took the second 6-2
and went on to capture the de-
ciding set 7-5.
Co-captain Al Hetzeck fol-
lowed McKay's example by de-
feating Badger Jim Deloye, play-
ing in the No. 2 spot, 6-1, 7-5.
Deloye proved to be no match
for Hetzeck's smooth and ag-
gressive game.

in the third, fourth, and fifth sin-
gles as Dick Lincoln, Steve Brom-
berg, and Lenne Brumm all won.
Lincoln had no trouble in solving
Don Page, coming out on top with
a 6-2, 6-2 score.
S * * *
BROMBERG stroked his way to
a 6-3, 6-0 victory over Ken Ohm.
Brumm, with his steady brand of
play, edged out Badger George'
Peterson, 6-4, 6-4.
Wisconsin's only singles vic-
tory materialized in the No. 6
spot where John Schmitt out-
lasted Wolverine Ross Herron
7-5, 1-6, 6-4 in a hard fought
contest. It was the only singles
match'of the afternoon to go
three sets.
In the doubles, McKay and Het-
zeck teamed to down outclassed
Mueller-Deloye duo in two fast
sets, 6-1, 6-1.
* * *
BROMBERG and Lincoln pooled
their talents to cop the second

Ohm and Schmitt
score.

FRANK D'ARCY
. . . OSU two-mile rival

Netmen Down Badgers,

7-2

by the same

Wisconsin salvaged the last
doubles match for their second
win of the day. Page and Peter-
son upset the Herron-Brumm
combination in three sets, 6-4,
0-6, 6-1.
Herron's Big Ten debut was
spoiled by the Badgers as the
Grosse Pointe Junior fell victim in
both of his matches.
* * * .
COACH Bill Murphy is working
on filling the number six spot and
had replaced junior Bob Stahl who
competed in the Michigan victory
over the University of Detroit last
Saturday, with Herron.
The net squad moved in to
Evanston, Ill., today for a meet
against the highly touted Wild-
cats of Northwestern University.
Veteran coach Paul Bennet's
team, led by nationally ranked
captain Grant Golden, captured
the Big Ten championship last

year and are pre-season favor-
ites to defend their title.
An upset over the Wildcats
would clear the way for Michigan
in the Conference Meet to be held
in Evanston at the end of the
month.
Late Scores
MAJOR LEAGUE
BASEBALL
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 9, Washington 6 (N)
Boston 5, Chicago 2
* * *
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 7, Brooklyn 6
Pittsburgh 5, New York 4 (N)
St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 2 (N)
Boston 13, Cincinnati 1 (N)
BIG TEN BASEBALL

JUS WILLIAMS
. . . 'M' distance ace
440, will be heavily favored in the
100 and 220, with the veteran
Harry Cogswell having his way in
the 440. Only a reported injury
to Cole gives Michigan any hope
in the 100 and 220.
* * *
WALT ATCHISON and Don
Hoover carry the Wolverine's
hopes in the hurdles, one of the
few events in which Michigan is
dominant over OSU! The other
track event, the mile relay, up to
Henrie's injury appeared to be a
close race, but now the Buckeye's
foursome is definitely favored.
In the field events, Michigan
appears to be better off, with
Charlie Fonville standing out in
the weight events. If he can
come back to his pre-injury
form, he has a chance in the dis-
cus against Miller. In the shot
Chuck seems to have little op-
position, with teammate Pete
Dendrinos able to pick up some
valuable points.
Ed Ulvestad should take the pole
vault, as he had little trouble win-
ning the event in the last OSU
meeting. Ralph Schaefer, third in
the conference leads the way in
the high jump, while the broad
jump is closely matched, with no
distinct favorite.¢

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MICHIGANE
Bucholz, 2b
Koceski, If
Morrison, cf
Morrill, lb
A-Berce
Froscheiser 1
Palmer c
Wolff, ss
Fancett, rf
Dorr, 3b
Grenkoski, p
TOTALS
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ILLINOIS
Plews, 2b
Raklovits, 3b
Trugillo, rf
Steger, lb
Neal,lf
Krantz, cf
Hoffman, c
Skizas, ss
Plain, p
Stephenson,]
B-Stange
Agase, p
TOTALS

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Golfers Face
Iowa Today
At Windy City
By BOB ROSEMAN
Michigan's golfers, fresh from
three straight home victories, will
try to make it four in a row at the
expense of the Iowa Hawkeyes
when they face the Iowans at
Chicago this afternoon.
Following this dual meet, the
Wolverine linksmen will journey
down to Champaign, Illinois, for
another dual meet with Illinois,
this engagement being scheduled
for Monday.
* * *
COACH Frank "Bucky" O'Con-
nor of Iowa has three returning
lettermen available for action
against the Wolverines. Willard
"Skip" Carlson, a mainstay on
last season's Hawkeye squad will
lead Iowa, assisted by two other
veterans, Gene Slack and Lester
Fields-
Chuck Kromer, a sophomore,
and Dick Miller, an excellent
junior prospect, are promising
newcomers who may give the
Michigan golfers trouble today.
Monday the Wolverines will be
in Champaign to meet the Illini
on their brand new, $250,000 golf
course finished only this year. The
long, 6,884-yard, course has, given
many top-flight golfers trouble
this year, and it will be interesting
to see how Michigan fares over
the strange links.

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Wisconsin 5, Purdue 0
Iowa 5, Michigan State 3

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By JERRY FANGER
Michigan's Sailing Club pulls
anchor at 10 a.m. at Whitmore
Lake this morning as it plays host
to five other Mid-Western teams
in the regional eliminations for
the Mid-Western Championship.
Sixty visiting sailors have come
here from Michigan State, Ober-
lin, Wayne, Bowling Green, and
Purdue.
* * *
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and B two man crew, racing in
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This is the most inmportant
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ern Championship regatta to be

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Lake Oshawnosee.

Ohio State's

Last year Purdue nosed out
Michigan by one point for first
place in the eliminations event.
However, the 'M' Tars went on
to win the Mid-West title, and
from these into the Nationals at
Los Angeles.
* *.*
MICHIGAN'S A TEAM consists
of Jim Johns as skipper and Tena
Lawrence as crew. Gene O'Con-
nor skippers the B dinghy with
Bob Allen on the boom. These are
the crews that have gone unde-
feated so far this spring, including
a victory over Notre Dame last
week.
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take this regatta on the basis
of their win over Purdue by 34
points only two weeks ago. The

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visions, and the crews changing
boats there will be a total of 24
races run off, 12 today, and 12 to-
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