THE MICHIGAN DAILY
'M',OSU, Purdue Linksien
Listed as Strong Favorites
By BOB ROSENMAN
Fifty-four college golfers swing
into action this morning at Co-
lumbus, Ohio, when nine .West-
ern Conference golf teams tee off
in the opening 18-hole round of
the 1950 Big Ten golf champion-
The tournament is scheduled
for today and tomorrow, with 36-
hole rounds slated for each day.
It is on medal play basis, that is,
six men play 72 holes for each
school, the highest score is dis-
carded, and the remaining five
scores constitute the team total.
The lowest total, of course, wins
the Big Ten meet.
* * *
LAST YEAR, in winning the
crown, the Wolverines establish-
a new team record of 1499
strokes, for an impressive average
of 299.8 strokes per man. Ohio
State trailed in second place with
1557, and the Purdue Boilermak-
er's captured third with a-total of
This year, on the basis of
spring performances, the same
three schools - Michigan, Ohio
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FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1950
VOL. LX, No. 164
To Members of the University
Senate: The meeting of the Uni-
versity Senate which was schedul-
ed for next Mon., May 29 is hereby
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 thar
the last day of classes of each se-
mester or summer session. Studeni
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 lasi
day of classes will be reported to
the Cashier of the University and
State, and Purdue -loom as co-
favorites along with a dark-
horse Northwestern squad.
The Wolverines have won 8 out
of their last 9 meets, including a
hard-fought victory over the
Buckeyes. Keith LeClair, Chuck
MacCallum, and Leo Hauser will,
be playing their last rounds ofx
golf for Michigan, and these three
seniors will be assisted by sophs
Dick Evans, Dean Lind, and John
* * *
THE BUCKEYES, gunning for
another in a long string of Big
Ten titles they have already won
since the fall, have two excellent
veterans to count on. Art Deack
and Chick Hendrickson give the
Ohioans a good one-two punch,]
l while Bob Rankin and Tom Nie-
porte will lend help to the two
Ohio State aces.
Purdue, who upset the Wolver-
ines by two points on the U. of M.
course two weeks ago, features
1948 medalist and 1949 co-medal-
ist, diminutive Fred Wampler, who
fired 297 last year to tie Michi-
gan's Ed Schalon for top honors.
FORT WORTH, Tex.-(P)-Sam
Snead, the money man from
White Sulphur Springs, W. Va.,
swept in with a four-under-par 66
as shadows fell yesterday to tie
giant Skip Alexander, the Knox-
ville; Tenn., slugger, for first place
in the opening round of the $15,-
000 Colonial National Invitation
Alexander's great round - just
one stroke over the competitive
record for the par 35-35-70 Co-
lonial Country Club course-stood
up until Snead, golf's No. 1 man in
money-winnings and everything
else, posted an identical 33-33
score. Alexander was among the
first to go out.
Ed Oliver of Seattle, Wash., fin-
ished next with a 68 while E. J.
(Dutch) Harrison, the Arkansas
Traveler from St. Andrews, Ill.,
and jaunty Jimmie Demaret, the
links' loudest dresser, tied for
the next spot with 69's.
By DAN GEREBF
A strong Wolverine track squad
headed by some of the greatest
stars in Michigan history arrived"
last night in the lair of the North-
western Wildcats in Evanston, Il-
linois, for the running of the 50th
annual Western Conference cham-
Don Canham's men face trialsu
in all dash and hurdle events plus
the 880 and three field events
this afternoon, as they seek to
dislodge the defending champion
* * *
EXCEPTIONALLY keen compe-
tition is the keynote for the Big
Ten classic and all indicationsl
point to one of the most spirited
battles for the team title in years.
Captain Jus Williams leads
his Wolverine mates into a tussle
which should equal or surpass
the indoor competition, where
Ohio State beat out the Wol-
verines by 24 points.
As many as six teams are given
a chance to emerge as winner with
Indiana and Ohio State rated a
slight edge based on performances
up to date.
* * *
DON McEWEN'S two mile time
of 9:02nfar surpasses the present
Big Ten record of 9:10.4 set by
Walter Mehl of Wisconsin in 1938.
Should the Michigan ace run
in the mile also, he will be
matched against Wisconsin's
defending champion Don Gehr-
mann and Ohio State's sensa-
tional sophomore distance star,
Len Truex, in what would prob-
ably be the classiest race of the
Charlie Fonville and Pete Den-
drinos close out their Michigan
careers at the meet and will at-
tempt to garner valuable paints
in the shot put and discus events.
THE UNFORTUNATE loss of
Michigan Rated Among Six
Contenders for Track Title
Officials to Meet
EVANSTON, Ill. - (P) - The
Big Ten, indicating it favored re-
newal of its present Rose Bowl
agreement, yesterday appointed a
seven-member committee to meet
with Pacific Coast Conference
representatives to consider a five-
year renewal of the current post-
season football classic.
The last game of the present
five-year series will be played
next Jan. 1. The Big Ten has
won all four of the series games
played so far.
SURPRISINGLY, the athletic
directors and faculty representa-
tives, meeting jointly, indicated
they preferred the present Big
Ten policy of sending the same
team to the Rose Bowl only once
in three years.
It had been reported the con-
ference favored reducing the re-
striction to one appearance
every two years.
The Pacific Coast Loop makes
its champion eligible every year.
Faculty Representative Chair-
man W. R. Breneman of Indiana
University said it was not certain
when the Big Ten Bowl Commit-
tee would meet with a similar
committee from the Pacific Coast
Conference, but it is expected to
be after the West Coast business
meetings in Vancouver (B.C.) the
first week in June.
Tennis Squad faces Purdu
In Final Home Appearan(
By TOM FABIAN
Coach Bill Murphy's high flying
netmen will match strokes with
Purdue in the final home meet of
the season today.
The Wolverine tennis squad'will
be gunning for its 24th straight
dual meet victory when it takes to
the Ferry Field courts at 3:00.
* * *
LITTLE opposition is expected
from the Boilermakers who have
been unimpressive in dual meet
play all season.
There will be one major
change in the lineup which
drubbed Ohio State 9-0 last
week. Doren Russler will be
playing in the number six sin-
gles slot. ,
The rangy Junior has been mov-
ed up from the junior varsity in a
move designed to strengthen the
sixth position. Russler will team
with Lennie Brumm, fifth ranki
singles man, in the double divisic
* * *
THE REMAINDER of the tee
will be intact with co-captains D
MacKay and Al Hetzeck supp
ing the one-two punch in the s
gles and pooling their talents
form the top doubles combinati
Dick Lincoln and Steve Brom
berg, both boasting undefeatf
records in seven dual meets, w
play in the three and four pos
tions and team in the doubles.
Tomorrow the Wolverines jo
ney to East Lansing to meet
Spartans of Michigan State in -
final dual meet of the season. '1
Spartans will be out to avengE
7-1 setback suffered at the har
of the Wolverines early in the s
Following the State meet,
Michigan Netters will travel
Evanstan, Illinois to compete
the Big Ten Championships.
ter or summer session
ment has been made."
Herbert G. Watkins,
Library Science Student
Women students have 1:30 a.m.
late permission on Fri., May 26.
Approved Student Sponsored So-
cial Events for the coming Week-
Graduate Student Council
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Closing Hours for Women's Resi-
1. Women students wishing to
be out of their houses overnight
during the final examination per-
iod may arrange permission with
their house directors. Late permis-
sions, as distinguished from over-
night permission, will be handled
by the Dean of Women's Office
and will be granted only under
very unusual circumstances.
2. Women students other than
graduating seniors are expected to
be out of their houses not later
than 24 hours after their last ex-
aminations. Graduating seniors
are expected to leave by noon of
Sunday, June 18.
3. There will be no changes in
the closing hours for women's
houses with this exception:
Thurs., June 15, 12:30 a.m.
* . n final fling
Jim Mitchell in the hurdles places
the burden of the Wolverine hopes
on Don Hoover for points in the
high and low sticks.
If Chuck Whiteaker can dup-
licate his last week's 1:54.7 in
the half mile he may well prove
troublesome f o r Gehrmann,
Truex, and the Illini's Lawton
Lamb, all of whom center about
the 1:54 mark.
Art Henrie and Bill Konrad en-
ter a star packed field which in-
cludes the indomitable Charlie
Peters of Indiana, Iowa's Marcel-
lus Boston, Ohio State's Gene
Cole, Wisconsin's Leroy Collins,
and Northwestern's Jim Holland,
all in the 100, 220, and 440 yard
Ed Ulvestad who placed second
for the Wolverines in the Pole
Vault at the Indoor Champion-
ships will also come up against
stiff competitors in the form of
Illinois' Don Laz and Dick Cole-
man, Ohio's Bill Bruney and Har-
ry Cooper of Minnesota.
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