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FRID AY, JUNE 2,,_1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Name Track 'M' Winners;
Two To Run in NCAA Meet

Twenty men were awarded var-
sity letters in track and six more
received reserve emblems,
Although the regular season
ended with the Western Confer-
ence Championships last week-

end, Canham plans to enter dis-
tance .star Don McEwen and
hurdler Don Hoover in the NCAA
meet June 17.
The award winners:
Varsity 'M' - James Ackerman,
Lakewood, Ohio; Walter Atchi-
son, North Olmsted, Ohio; Peter
Dendrinos, Muskegon Heights,
Michigan; Thomas Elmblad,
Lanse, Michigan; Robert Fancett,
Grand Rapids, Michigan; Charles
Fonville, Detroit, Michigan; Aaron
Gordon, Detroit, Michigan; Ar-
thur Henrie, Jr., Milleville, Pa.;
Donald Hoover, Oak Park, Illinois;
George Jacobi, Winnetka, Illinois.
OTHER 'M' WINNERS include:
Garth Kirkendall, Mount Clemens,
Michigan; William Konrad, Oak
Park, Illinois; Erki Koutonen,
Fitchburg, Mass.; Donald Mc-
Ewen, Ottawa, Canada; James
Mitchell, Milwaukee, Wisconsin;
Robert Sexton, Glendale, Arizona;
Edward Ulvestad, River Forest,
Illinois; Roderick Warren, Detroit,
Michigan; Charles Whiteaker,
Council Bluffs, Iowa; Justin Wil-
liams, Oak Park, Illinois.
Receiving reserve awards were:
Bruno Boelstler, Detroit, Michi-
gan; Sheldon Capp, Detroit, Mich-
igan; Horace Coleman, Chicago,
Illinois; William Hickman, Bir-
mingham, Michigan; Doug Parks,
Alpena, Michigan; Ronald Soble.

Alumni Tilt
Ten men will be making their
final appearance in Michigan
uniforms and many more will
be making a return trip to Fer-
ry Field when the Alumni base-
ball team clashes with the Var-
sity in a special exhibition con-
test Saturday afternoon.
Southpaw Dick Smith, a
starting hurler in 1949, and El-
roy Hirsch, of football fame,
are expected to share mound
duties for the alums with
Freshman Track Coach Elmer
Swanson slated to catch.
Michi gan Tars
In LA Regatta
With the Mid-Western cham-
pionship under their belts, Mich-
igan's Sailing club now heads west
for the Nationals at Los Angeles.
Undefeated in every regatta this
season, the Michigan Tars will face
stiff competition on June 19, 20,
and 21 from both the top Eastern
and far Western schools in this
the 14th Annual National Cham-
pionship of thesInter-Collegiate
Yacht Racing Association.
* * *
STICKING with their winning
teams, the club is sending Commo-
dore Jim Johns and Gene O'Con-
nor as skippers, along with Tina
Lawrence and Bob Allen as crew.

, Leo Koceski was elected to cap-
tain the 1950 Michigan baseball
team at an election conducted re-
cently among this year's letter-
men.
The election capped a brilliant
season for the junior from Can-
onsburg, Pa. who first came into
prominence in the sports world as
wingback on the National Cham-
pionship Wolverine eleven in 1948.
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KOCESKI, batting in the num-
ber two position for this year's
diamond squad, had a fine sea-
son at the plate hitting confer-
ence pitching for a .333 mark.
Included among his 18 hits
were one double, two triples, and
All lockers at the I-M Build-
ing must be vacated by tomor-
row, June 3.
-Earl Riskey.
three homeruns. His hit total
topped the Michigan club and
he is currently leading the
league in runs with 14.
Not only did Koceski prove po-
tent with the bat, he also dis-
played tremendous improvement
afield and contributed one of the
most spectacular catches ever
made in Big Ten play in the Pur-

Outfielder's Hitting Sparks
1950 Big Ten Title Chase
*' * *

-Daily-Ralph Clark
LEO KOCESKI
elected captain
due game when he made a circus
catch with the bases loaded.
HIE EARNED his letter in 1949
although he was used mostly in a
reserve role. The 1949 campaign
was the first for Koceski in any
organized baseball competition, as
he had never played in high
school and saw very little action in
sandlot play.

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DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLE TIN
Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notioe to all
members of the University. Notices
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).
FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1950
VOL. LX, No. 169
Notices
PLANS FOR COMMENCEMENT
Commencement: Saturday, June
17, 5:00 p.m.
WEATHER FAIR
Time of Assembly: 4:15 p.m.
(except noted)
Places of Assembly
Members of the Faculties at 3 :45
p.m. in Angell Hall, Room 1223,1

Rhetoric Library, where they may
robe. (Transportation to Stadium
or Field House will be provided.)
Regents, Ex-Regents, and Deans
at 3:45 p.m. in Administration
Building, Room 2549, where they
may robe. (Transportation to Sta-
dium or Field House will be pro-
vided.)
Students of the various Schools
and Colleges, on paved roadway
East of East Gate (Gate 1-Tun-
nel) to Stadium in five columns of
twos in the following order:
Literature, Science and the Arts
-Column No. 1 (North Column)
and front two-thirds of Column 2.
Education-Rear third of Col-
umn No. 2.
Engineering-Front half of Col-
umn No. 3 (middle Column).
Architecture-Column No. 3 (be-
hind Engineers).
Medicine--Column No. 3 (be-
hind Architecture).
Nursing-Front part of Column
No. 4.
Law-Column No. 4 (behind
Nurses).

Pharmacy-Column No.
hind Law).

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Dental Surgery-Column No. 4h
(behind Pharmacy).
Business Administration - Col-
umn No. 4 (behind Dental Sur-
gery).
Forestry and Conservation -
Rear of Column No. 4.
Music-Front of Column No. 5
(South Column).
Public Health-Column No. 5
(behind Music).
Graduate-Rear of Column No.
5 (Candidates for Doctor's Degree
in front).
March into Stadium-4:30 p.m.
WEATHER RAINY
In case of rainy weather, the
University fire siren will be blown
between 3:30 p.m. and 3:40 p.m.
indicating the exercises in the
Stadium will be abandoned. Mem-
bers of the Faculties, Regents,
Deans, etc. will assemble at the
same places as for the fair weath-
er program. Graduates will go di-
rect to Yost Field House at 4:30
p.m. and enter by the South door.
Instructions to Faculty Mem-
bers for Commencement Exercises:
Convene at 3:45 p.m. in Rhetoric
Library, 1223 Angell Hall; buses
will be provided to take you to the
Stadium or to Yost Field House,
depending on the weather; on
reaching Stadium or Yost Field
House, join procession and take
place assigned to you on stage, as
directed by Marshals; at the end
of the exercises, buses will be ready
in driveway east of the Stadium
or at west side of Field House to
bring you back toyparking space
at rear of University Hall.
The University Musical Society
reminds students that orders for
season tickets for next season's
Choral Union and Extra Concert
Series are being accepted at this
time, and filed in sequence; at the
offices of the Society in Burton
Memorial Tower.
The Society also reminds mem-
bers of the University Choral Un-
ion who desire to retain their
membership that they should en-
roll during orientation week. New
candidates applying for member-
ship to fill vacancies should make
appointments for auditions during
the same period.
Faculty Members, Students and
Employees leaving the University
at the end of the semester should
return University keys to the Key
Office, Plant Service Building.
(Continued on Page 4)

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