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Larsen Stars in First Start;
Mates Pound Out 13-1 Win!

Illini Seek Revenge in Big Ten Tr
* * * * * *

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p_
ack Scores Soar-
In 17-10 Win
By Linksrnen
Kocsis Posts 74
To Lead Titans

Westlake's ran- ame
Beats Philadelphia Phille

By JIM PARKER
Michigan wrote finis to its 1950
home baseball season and Notre
Dame's Irish at Ferry Field yes-
terday.
Showering three visiting pitch-
ers with 14 base hits, the Wolver-
ines submerged the Irish, 13-1, to
gain revenge for a 4-2 setback at
South Bend last month.
SOPHOMORE SOUTHPAW Bob
Larsen's excellent four hit hurling
and Hal Morrill's four-for five bat-
ting spree highlighted the Michi-
gan victory, the first Wolverine
win since the Purdue series two
weeks ago.
Larsen kept the South Bend
hitters guessing over the seven
innings he pitched, fanning five
while giving ;up the lone Notre
Dame run in the seventh as he
chalked up his first victory for
Michigan.
Morrill gave the Irish right-
fielder a workout as he slapped out
four consecutive singles in his first
four trips to the plate.
The lanky first baseman person-
ally accounted for three runs and
batted in three more as he lofted
his batting average by 40 per-
centage points.
The Wolverines wasted no time
in climbing all over Notre Dame's
starting pitcher, Bob Nemes. Four
Michigan hits good for three runs
in the first inning ended the Notre
Dame righthander's hurling for
the day, charged him with the loss
and settled accounts for the Wol-
verines, who were limited to three
hits by Nemes in the previous
meeting of the two teams.
MICHIGAN tagged Notre Dame's
second pitcher, Bob McGrath, for
three more runs in the third. Mor-
rill, Pete Palmer and Bob Wolff
pounded out successive hits and
came home in that order to make
the score, 6-0.
The fourth frame was limited
to one tally as Ralph Morrison
came in to score from second, on
Morrill's third hit of the after-
noon, a Texas League single over
the second baseman's head.
McGrath got another bitter taste
of Michigan batting power in the
sixth when five more Wolverines
wore out the base paths on their
journeys around the sacks.

A walk to Bill Bucholz, singles by
Koceski, Morrill and Palmer, a
double by Wolff combined with a
wild pitch and Bob Fancett's in-
field out made the score 12-0.
* * *
IN THE SEVENTH the Irish
pushed across their lone tally on
a walk and singles by Jim Gillis
and Dick Giedlin.
But the Wolverines got that one
back in their half of the frame on
the wildness of Notre Dame's third
pitcher, southpaw Jerry Ledwidge,
and an error by Giedlin at first
base.
Jack York went to the hill for
Michigan in the eighth, relieving
Larsen who had given way to a
pinch hitter in the preceding

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frames.

and hurled the final twoI

Big Barrage

NOTRE
DAME A
Gillis rf
Cunningham
2b
Giedlin lb
Martin If
Nespo ss
Boland c
Kreis rf
Ferryman rf
Wolfe 3b
Nemes p
McGrath p
Ledwidge p
TOTALS
MICHIGANA
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Koceski If
Morrison cf
Fryling cf
Morrill lb
Palmer c
Painter c
Peck c
Wolff ss
Fancett rf
Dorr 3b
Larsen p
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LOU IRONS
he jumps
Pick Fonville
On All-Time
TrackSquad
Michigan's Chuck Fonvile was
named as the Big Ten's outstand-
ing shot-putter in a selection by
Western Conference coaches of
a half-century all star track
squad yesterday.
Top laurels, however, went to
Jesse Owens, who was named the
conference's top 50-year trackster.
The entire squad will be honored
at Saturday's finals of the 50th
conference outdoor meet at
Northwestern's Dyche Stadium.-
The squad, with best outdoor
performances:
100-yard dash - Jesse Owens,
OS, :9.4
220 - Owens, :20.3
220-yard low hurdles - Owens,
:22.6
120-yard high hurdles - Por-
ter, NU, :14.1
Mile - Gehrmann, Wis., 4:09.6
Two-mile - Lash, Ind., 8:58.3
Shot-put - Fonville, Michigan,
58' %"
Discus - Gordien, Minn., 186'
11"
High Jump - Albritton, OSU,
6' 8/"
Broad Jump - Owens, 26' 8%"
Pole Vault - Warne, NU, 14'
Mile Relay - Illinois, 3:12.4
DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive noti e toall
members of the University. Notice
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the Office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
on the day preceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1950
VOL. LX, No. 162
Notices
Regents' Meeting: Fri., June 16,
2 p.m. Communications for con-
sideration at this meeting must
be in the President's hands not
later than June 8.
Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary
To Members of the University
Senate: The meeting of the Uni-
versity Senate which was schedul-
ed for next Mon., May 29 is hereby
cancelled.
Student Accounts: Your atten-
tion is called to the following rules
passed by the Regents at their
meeting on February 28, 1936:
"Students shall pay all accounts
due the University not later than
the last day of classes of each se-
mester or summer session. Student
loans which are not paid or renew-
ed are subject to this regulation;
however, student loans not yet due
are exempt. Any unpaid accounts
at the close of business on the last
day of classes will be reported to
the Cashier of the University and
"al All academic credits will
be withheld, the grades for the

Laz, Irons Head
Star FieldArray
By BYRLE ABBIN
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the
secondinRa series of articles con-
cerning the contenders in the 50th
annual Western Conference Track
Championships, to be held at
Evanston May 26 and 27.)
Still licking their wounds from
the Big Ten Indoor meet which
found them finishing third after
being cast in the role of favorites,
the Illinois track squad neverthe-
less enters the outdoor meet with
very good chances of dethroning
Minnesota's Golden Gophers.
With only two men standing
out as possibilities for first places,
Coach Leo Johnson still has a
formidable squad. Depth in many
events can give the Illini the
needed second, third, and fourth
place points that are needed to
build up the margin of victory.
* * *
STANDING OUT'as top threats
for Johnson are versatile Lou
Irons, captain of the Illinois team,
whose specialty is the high jump,
and Don Laz, ace pole vaulter who
holds the conference indoor title
and is the second man in track
history ever to clear 15'.
Besides being tops in the high
Jump, Irons, along with Laz, is
one of the better broad jumpers
in the meet. Gene Decker is
another possibility to place in
the high jump. Not to be
counted out in the pole vault is
Dick Coleman, who holds the
second best outdoor perform-
ance in Big Ten thus far, with
a leap of 13' 9%".
A sore spot in the all around
ability of Illinois is in the dashes,
where only an outstanding per-
formance would bring them any
points in the 100, 220 or 440.
Walt Jewsbury has a top time
of 4:22.2 in the mile.
Vic Twomey is almost a sure
place in the two mile run. An-
other possibility in the mile and
two mile is Lawton Lamb.
Bob Hinkle's performance in
the indoor meet surprised many,
but his outdoor times have proved
it no fluke, and he cannot be
taken lightly. He could be es-
peciailly harmful to Michigan's
hopes, as the Wolverines need the
points in both the high and low
hurdles.
(Tomorrow: Wisconsin and In-
diana)
semester or summer session just
completed will not be released, and
no transcript of credits will be is-
sued.
"(b) All students owing such
accounts will not be allowed to
register in any subsequent semes-
ter or summer session until pay-
ment has been made."
Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary
Approved Student Sponsored So-
cial Events for the coming Week-
end:
Friday -
German Club
Graduate Student Council
Kappa Sigma
Phi Gamma Delta
Senior Class '50
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Saturday -
Adams House
Alpha Sigma Phi
Chicago Hse., W.Q.
Kappa Nu
Nelson Internat. Hse.
Psi Omega
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Theta Xi
Triangle Fraternity
Tyler House
Sunday -
Library Science Student Org.
(Grad.)

Commencement announcement
orders for all schools except Law,
Medicine and Dentistry will be
distributed on Wednesday and
Thursday afternoons only, May 24
and 25, from 1 to 5 p.m. at the
student activity windows in the
ldbby of the Administration
Building.
Summer Work: Opportunity for
men to sell de-humidifiers and
window cooling units in Detroit
area during summer months. Car
helpful. Salary plus commission.
Camp O' the Hills, (girls),

AMERICAN LEAGUE

By The Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA-Wally West-
lake's eighth inning homer with
the bases loaded broke up a score-
less pitching duel between Bill
MacDonald and Russ Meyer and
the Pittsburgh Pirates went on to
whip the Philadelphia Phillies 6
to 0 last night.
CINCINNATI 6, BRAVES 2
BOSTON-Cincinnati's seldom-
winning Reds crushed over four
runs in the seventh inning last
night, combining three hits with
a walk and a throwing error, to
thump Boston's Braves, 6-2.
Knuckleballer Willard Rams-
dell, making his first start for the
Rhinelanders since he joined
them from Brooklyn, went all the
way for his second victory of the
season.
CUBS 5, DODGERS 4
BROOKLYN-Johnny Schmitz,
Chicago's willowy southpaw, and
an old Brooklyn nemesis, hurled
the Cubs to a 5 to 4 victory over
the Dodgers today before 7,969 at
Ebbets Field.

New York
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Washington
Boston
Cleveland
St. Louis
Philadelphia
Chicago

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It gave the Chicagoans a 13-13
record for the season and a 3-1
edge on the Dodgers.
SENATORS 8, TIGERS 2
DETROIT -The Washingtor
Senators broke loose with an
eight-run, seven-hit barrage in
the ninth inning to surprise the
Detroit Tigers 8-2 yesterday be-
hind Sid Hudson's eight - hit
pitching.
BROWNS 7, ATHLETICS 1
ST. LOUIS - Al Widmar held
the Philadelphia Athletics to foul
hits here last night as the St
Louis Browns came up witha 7-1
victory under the lights.
Owen Friend and Ray Colenia'
led the Brownie batting attack
with home run wallops, Frienc
connecting for two, of them, eaci
w :h a n;an on base.

MAJOR LEAGUE
STANDINGS

VIC TWOMEY
. . . he runs

special to The Daily
DETROIT - Balance told the'
tale here yesterday afternoon as
Michigan's golfers topped the Uni-
versity of Detroit, 17-10, at Red
Run Country Club.
Although Titan Sam Kocsis
posted medalist honors for the day
with a two-over par 74, the Wol-
verine team shot average but con-
sistent golf to walk off with the
win, their eighth triumph in the
last nine matches the Wolverines
have played.
* * *
THE MEET served as the final
competitive test for Michigan's
linksmen before the Western Con-
ference Championships, scheduled
for 'Friday and Saturday at Co-
lumbus.
Two men shared medal honors
for Michigan. John Fraser and
Chuck MacCallum shot 76's to
lead the Wolverines, but right
behind came Keith LeClairrand
Dean Lind with 77's.,Dick Evans
followed with a 78, and Leo
Hauser trailed with 83.
Playing in the number one po-
sition for Michigan, LeClair was
unable to cope with smooth-swing-
ing Kocsis, and dropped 2% out
of 3 points to the Titan ace.
Tony Novitsky's 77 was good
enough for a 11/2-1/2 split with
Lind, and Michigan also broke
even with the Titans in best-ball
play, 1%'2-1 2.
FRASER AND MacCallum swept
8 out of 9 points from Don Nelson
and Roy Iceberg. MacCallum shut
out Nelson, 3-0, when the Detroiter
skied to 81, and Fraser's 76 netted
a 2-1 -win over Iceberg, who shot
78. The Wolverine duo also swept
best-ball, blanking the Titans 3-0.
Leo Hauser and Dick Evans also
proved a good combination, as they
garnered 5'/2 points to 3%/2 for
their U. of D. fees, Art Damiani
and John Povlitz.
Evans scored a 21/-2 win over
Povlitz, who shot 80, while Dam-
iani's 79 reversed the order, giving
the Titans 21/2 out of 3 points.
Hauser and Evans came back to
grab 2% out of 3 points in the
best ball play.
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TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Chicago
Boston at St. Louis (N)
New York at Detroit
Washington at Cleveland (N)
* * *
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Brooklyn
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Boston
Pittsburgh
Chicago
New York
Cincinnati

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TODAY'S GAMES
Cincinnati at Boston (N)
Chicago at Brooklyn (N)
St. Louis at New York
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia
(N)
Brooklyn, Michigan announces va-
cancies for Waterfront Director
(ARC Instructor) and for camp
nurse.
Y.M.C.A. of Waukegan, Illinois,
announces vacancies for counse-
lors at their camp on Lake Beulah,
East Troy, Wisconsin.
For further information call at
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Building.
Employment Interviews:
A representative of U.S. Rubber
Company, Mishawaka, Indiana
plant will be at the Bureau of
Appointments, on Fri., May 26, to
interview Engineers and Business
Administration seniors for Produc-
tion Management.
A representative of Employers
Mutual Liability Company of Wau-
sau, Wisconsin (Detroit office) will
be at the Bureau of Appointments
on Thurs., May 25, to interview
men for sales work in the lower
peninsula. This is straight salary
and consists of sales of various
kinds of casualty and surety in-
surance.
For additional information and
appointments, call at the Bureau
of Appointments, 3528 Administra-
tion Bldg.
A representative of The North-
ern Life Insurance Company, of
Seattle, Washington will be at the
Bureau ofAppointments on Thurs.,
May 25, to interview men inter-
ested in insurance sales.
A representative of the Parke-
Davis Company of Detroit, Mich-
igan will be at the Bureau of Ap-
pointments on Fri., May 26, to
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