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ELIDAYMAY 11, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ECENTLY THE DAILY ILLINI, the student 'newspaper at the
University of Illinois, conducted a campus survey to find out what
nd of coverage the collegian wanted on his sports page. Much to
eryone's amazement, news about intramural activities headed the
t of the readers' hit parade.
With the supposition that reader taste at Illinois is not vastly
fferent from that here at Michigan, The Daily decided to go all
it in giving full coverage to IM sports. The weekly Thursday page was
irsaken in behalf of more timely daily articles about IM festivities.
This column, to be written weekly, is part of the change in
Daily sports policy. We not only hope to summarize the weekly
intramural events in this space, but with a little cooperation from
the readers, to bring out human interest stories and unusual
situations that occur in the caurse of the week in IM play.
Why do we need the reader's cooperation? The IM staff as it
ands now is much too small to ferret out such incidents from the
,ass of material that comes its way. We on the sports staff hope that
ie reader will send in interesting facts and stories from IM competi-
on to keep this column a going concern.
tolf Change ...
SECAUSE OF THE ARMY TESTS, the date of the annual intramural
golf tournament will be Sunday, May 27, instead of Saturday, May
as originally scheduled. Teams will consist of five men, the highest
ore being dropped when computation begins.
The 16 individuals with the lowest scores will play another round
uesday and the best 436-hole total takes the All Campus championship.
ast year Bill Raymond claimed top honors. All entries must be in by
tay 12 according to IM director Earl Riskey,
With only three weeks of competition remaining, the Sig Eps'
are still leading the pack in the fraternity intramural race. Kappa
Sigma follows 60 points behind, while ATO rounds out the top
three. Williams House heads the Residence Hall circuit, followed
by Prescott, Fletcher, and Winchell.
In the Independent league the Forresters are lodged in first eight
ints ahead of runner-up Newman Club. Phi Epsilon Kappa leads in
#e Professional fraternity race, followed by the Law Club and Nu
gma Nu-
aeulty Row . .
f HE OTHER DAY the Political Scientists were scheduled to face the
Economists in a Faculty league softball game. Before the contest
immenced, the Poly Sciers notified the "money men" that the game
as going to be played under protest.
Several of the economists, the politicos charged, were also taking
Aitical science courses, and therefore were ineligible for both teams.
hey had good reasons to holler, too. The Economists applied an 18-3
tellacking to them. So far no decision on the protest has been handed
awn by High Commissioner Earl Riskey.
REMEMBER. IM depends ... upon its friends. Help. Help.

State Boasts
Conference
Mark of 2-0
By R. A. LANDOWNE
Michigan State's Spartans will
be here today to play Ray Fisher's
diamond squad in what will be the
beginning of a second cycle in the
68 year history of baseball compe-
tition between the two traditional
rivals.
This year is the first time that
the Spartans are participating in
the Big Ten baseball schedule; but
the Wolverines have been playing
their East Lansing neighbors since
1884 and have taken 70 out of 101
games from State since then.
TODAY'S AFFAIR, beginning at
3:30 p.m., is the opener of a home
and home series that will be com-
pleted tomorrow on the Spartan
home grounds.
The Wolverines are looking
for their first Conference vic-
tory as they embark on the see-
bnd half of their twelve game
slate, but will have a great deal
of trouble from the MSC team,
which is currently in second
place with a 2-0 Conference rec-
ord.
The Spartans are also the top
team in Big Ten batting but their
.387 mark is only a two game
average that was compiled in
their two victories over Iowa.
Sophomore Darrell Lindley leads
their attack with a .392 season
averagetand the outfielder has the
most hits on the team throughout
their fourteen games.
SHORTSTOP JOE RIVICH is
another big man with the bat. He
is leading the Spartans in the ever
important runs scored and runs
The University Golf course
will be closed Saturday, May 12,
until 10 a.m. and again at 1
p.m. due to golf matches with
OSU and MSC.
--Bert Katzenmeyer

Wolverines Seek Victory
From Wildcat Net Squad

By ED WHIPPLE
The Northwestern Wildcats,
those perennial nemeses of Big Ten
tennis teams, are scheduled to trot
onto the Ferry Field courts this
afternoon at 1:00 p.m. to engage
Michigan's once-beaten netters.
This year's Wildcats, however,
apparently lack much of the snarl
characteristic of recent Purple ag-
gregations which have won seven
Conference titles, four of them in
the past four years, under Coach
Paul Bennett.
* * *
COACH Bill Murphy's Wolver-
ine squad will be seeking its 31st
win in the last 32 dual starts as
they stalk the Wildcats, who are
experiencing a lean season com-
pared to their usual standards.
A 'twice-beaten Iowa outfit
clawed the lads from Evanston
7-2 last week, and prior to that
Indiana edged them, 5-4.
Bennett's main difficulty is fill-
ing the shoes left vacant by the
graduation of five of his six regu-
lars of 1950, including Grant Gold-
en, Western Conference singles
champion.

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GOLDEN, ranked highly in na-
tional college circles, also com-
prised onehalf the Purple's title-
holding doubles squad. The other
half, Bill Landin, is not back either
this season.
Other lettermen who picked up
their diplomas last spring are
Scott Pieters, Curt Morsell, and
Vern Dorahn, all Big Ten point-
winners.
The lone returning veteran, Curt
Beusman, is number one man at
present, followed by Livingston
Taylor, and Bob Cornell, both re-
serves last year.
* * *
BEUSMAN, a senior, was a
finalist in number three singles in
the 1950 conference meet.
Rounding out the Wildcat
squad are sophomores Dan
Baumie and Bus Frank, plus Jim
Werner, a senior who attracted
attention after winning the
Northwestern intramural cham-
pionship.
Last season Michigan journeyed
to the Wildcat lair in Evanston to
take a 5-4 duel triumph from
Northwestern.
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VINCE MAGI
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Host to State
In Dual Meet
By NORM MANGOUNI
Michigan track fans will have
an opportunity to watch one of
the Western Conference's most
versatile athletes in action at Fer-
ry Field tomorrow when the Wol-
verines entertain Michigan State
College in a dual meet scheduled
to start at 1:30 p.m.
State's Jesse Thomas,na senior
from Flint, entered the maximum
number of four individual events
in the Big Ten indoor meet this
winter and earned 12 points for
the Spartans with two seconds, a
third, and a fifth place.

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TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Chicago (Night -
Wynn (2-2) vs. Dobson (0-0).
Detroit at St. Louis (Night)-
Hutchinson (1-0) or Trout (0-2) vs.
Pillette (1-2).
(Only games scheduled)

TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Cincinnati (Night)-
Staley (3-2) or Boyer (1-1) vs. Raf-
fensberger (0-3).
Philadelphia at New York (Night)
-Roberts (3-2) vs. Hearn (2-2).
Brooklyn at Boston (Night)-Van
Cuyk (1-2) vs. Spahn (3-2).
Chicago at Pittsburgh (Night)-
Hiller (2-2) vs. Chambers (3-2).

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THOMAS' EFFORT, the best
ing at single performance in the meet,
enabled Michigan State to place
third behind Illinois and Michi-
gan in the Conference standings.
Thomas' outdoor efforts have
been consistent with his excel-
lent indoor performances. In
State's dual contest with Iowa
last week, Thomas stepped over
the high hurdles in 14.9 sec-
onds and ran the lows in 24.6
seconds.
Those marks compare favor-
ably with the timings hung up
by Michigan's Capt. Don Hoover
last Saturday as the Wolverines
walloped Wisconsin, 100-32. Hoov-
er posted an identical 14.9 clock-
ing in the highs, anfi covered the
low obstacle race in 24.4 seconds.
SPARTAN COACH Karl Schla-
deman hasn't revealed plans for
the use of Thomas in this Satur-
day's meet, but will probably ei-
ter him in both hurdles races and
the broad jump. Thomas prob-
ably will be withheld from the
sprints, since Schlademan has Art
Ingram and Dick Henson to han-
dle Spartan interests in 100 and
220-yard dashes.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cincinnati 4, Boston 1
Pittsburgh 2, Philadelphia it
Brooklyn 6. Chicago 1

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