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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, APRM It 1939

Golf Team

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. APRIL IL I~5E
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Tops State;

Tracksters Excel at Ohio

j High Winds Raise Linksters' Scores;
Loeb, Uzelac Spark Michigan Victory

Pace Hurt, Hospitalized
As Grid Drills Continue

Thinclads Cop Five Firsts
To Rule Meet at Columbus

By AL WINKELSTEIN
Despite weather that played
havoc with competition, the Wol-
verine .golfers opened their home
season on a winning note yester-
day.
Leading all the way, the link-
sters turned back an improved
Michigan State squad by a 24-12
count.
Steve Uzelac and Henry Loeb
led Michigan, both having identi-
cal scores of 157 for the 36 holes
of play. Loeb tied for medalist
honors in the morning round with
Stan Kwasiborski, each finishing
with 77's.
Uzelac was the only player to
break 80 on the last 18 holes of
>' play, finishing with a 78.
The weather 'severely hampered
play all day, especially on the last
nine holes. Both squads were very
tired from battling a wind that
y varied from 15 to 20 miles per
hour for most of the match, and
scores all day-especially on the
back nine-were all unusually
high.
No one came close to shooting
a par round for the final nine
holes of play. The lowest scores
were eight-over-par 40's.
Loeb played especially well in
the morning round. From the
sixth through the 16th hole, he
shot four-under-par golf.
On the seventeenth hole, Loeb
got himself into an unusual situa-
tion. On his tee shot, the ball.

sliced off to the left and lodged'
itself in a hole in an apple tree
on the side of the fairway.
He had to take an unplayable
lie which cost him two strokes,
and as a result finished the hole
with a four-over-par seven.
Kwasiborski proved a big asset
to the Wolverines, especially in
the morning round. Teamed with
captain Bob McMasters in the
best-ball play, Kwasiborski finished
each of the last two holes one
under par, which gave the Wol-
verines a tie on the back nine.

Bob Nodus led the Spartans,
carding an 80 in the afternoon
play. The Spartan team of Otto
Schubel and Arlin Dell gave also
its best performance in the morn-
ing play, winning three of MSU's
four points in best-ball play.
Michigan Scoring
Uzelac.............79 78 157
Loeb -....... .77 80 157
Kwasiborski......... 77 83 160
Schubeck........... 79 82 161
Micklow............S81 81 162
MacMichael .........79 84 163
McMasters...........85 81 166
Wakelly............85 96 181

By DALE CANTOR
The Michigan football squad
topped off the first week of spring
practice with a two-hour scrim-
mage yesterday afternoon on
wind-swept Ferry Field.
As the workout drew to an end,
speedster Jim Pace suffered a back
injury when tackled from behind
as he neared the end of a 60-yard
sprint. The flashy halfback had
to be helped from the field by
two teammates.
Not Believed Serious C
Trainer Jim Hunt repnrted lat-
er that Pace had been sent to Uni-
versity Hospital for examination,
with x-rays to be taken today.
However, he did not believe the
injury to be too serious.
The blue-shirted Varsity scored
14 touchdowns during the after-
noon, six of them by Ron Kramer,
as Coach Bennie Oosterbaan and
his staff watched the first heavy
offensive scrimmage of the spring
season.
Kramer, running from the right
halfback slot, twisted, turned and
squirmed his way through a some-
There will be a meeting of
all men interested in playing
soccer for the Wolverine soccer
Club today, in room 3K, Michi-
gan Union, at 8 p.m.
--Tali Cepuritis

times-ragged opposition, provided
by reserves and sophomores. Scor-
ing his six touchdowns on runs
ranging from eight to 90 yards,
Big Ron, on one 50-yard jaunt,
got a key block at around 25 yards
out from Tom Maentz.
Praised By Oosterbaan
Oosterbaan, commenting on Kra-
mer's progress, said: "Ron still
has a lot to learn, but he's doing
very well."
Kramer worked primarily in a
backfield made up of Pace at left
halfback, who scored two touch-
downs before his injury occurred,
Jim Van Pelt at quarterback and
Jim Byers at fullback.
Byers, who has been impressive
all week, scored one touchdown.
Van Pelt tossed a touchdown pass
20 yards to Dave Bowers, who was
considered as the top sophomore*
wingman last year until a shoulder
injury necessitated an operation,
and connected with faentz on a
40-yard scoring play,
John Herrnstein, ranked as the
number one fullback candidate, is
suffering from an ankle injury and
did not participate in the rough
work yesterday, but is expected to
start drills again early this week.
Spring practice will continue un-
til May 12, when the annual intra-
squad game is played in the Michi-
gan Stadium, marking the conclu-
sion of the spring curriculum.

BOB RUDESILL
... winning relay man
Army ROTC
Riflemen Win
The University of Michigan Ar-
my ROTC was host to 11 other
ROTC teams in the second annual
Interservice ROTC Rifle Tourna-
ment Friday.
Michigan won team honors in
the meet, scoring 1899 points.
Ninety-seven Army and Air'
Force cadets, representing Michi-'
gan, Michigan Tech, Michiganj
State, Wayne, Western Michigan,
the University of Detroit, Michi-
gan Normal and the University of
Toledo, competed.
Michigan's Jan Gogulski was
high in the individual competition
with 389.

Special To The Daily
COLUMBUS, O.-Poor weather
conditions failed to stop the
Michigan track team in the Ohioj
Relays here yesterday.
Dick Flodin, Mark Booth and
Captain Ron Wallingford led the
Michigan "attack" as the Wolver-
ines place first in three relays and
two individual events.
Flodin's quarter led Michigan to
victory in the, mile relay as he
anchored in the sensational time
of :47.6, holding .off the fabulous
Arnie Sowell, anchor man for
Pittsburgh. The winning time for
the Wolverinesinthis event was
3:15.8. Pittsburgh finished sec-
ond, while Indiana came in third,
jWallingford took 'top honors in
the 1%-mile run, with an impress-
ive time of 6:58.7. Michigan State's
Henry Kennedy was second. Wal-,
lingford's victory in this event was
especially creditable, since he
was fresh from participating in
the two-mile relay.
The Michigan 400-yard_ relay.
team of Tom Hendricks, Bob Rude-
sill, Flodin and Bob Brown
placed first with a time of :42.8.
Penn State and Notre Dame finish-
ed behind the Wolverines in this
event..
Mark Booth turned in his usual
reliable performance as he cap-
tured first in the high jump. Booth
outclassed his opponents as he1
leaped 6'5%/".
The Wolverines also won the

shotput event as Owen hurled the
weight 54'4". Owen edged Notre
Dame's Byron Beams and Floyd
Lane of Indiana in this event.
Although Michigan's Eeles Land-
strom set a Michigan outdoor Var-
sity record in the pole vault, he
had to'settle for third behind the
Ohio Track Club's Jerry Welbourn
and George Mattos of the Air
Force, who tied for first. Land-
strom set the Michigan recorck with
a vault of 14'4'/2".
The Wolverine two-mile relay
team finished second to Sowell and
Pittsburgh as newcomer Ralph
Gray substituted for the ailing Pete
Gray (no relation).
Assistant Coach Elmer 'Swanson
was pleased with the team's per-
formance. "It was a very good
showing, under trying weather
conditions," Swanson said. "Our
times were very good, and prob-
ably would have been even better
if we had good weather. We only
misse8 setting an Ohio Relays mile
record by one-tenth of a second."
Swanson was also quick to
compliment the other teams in the
relay.
GOLFERS
PRACTICE
RANGE
NOW OPEN
on US 23 and Packard Rd.

HENRY LOEB
... cards 157

JIM PACE
... injured in drills

ON THE BASEBALL FIELD:
'M', Wayne Clash Here Tomorrow

By AL JONES
Michigan's baseball nine will
give Warne University a chance to
avenge an earlier-season defeat
tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 at
Ferry Field.
r Back on April 12 the Wolverines
traveled to Detroit where they col-
lected a 44 victory over a rather
weak Tarter nine. That was the
opener for Wayne, and since then
the Detroiters lost another game
and secured their only victory over
Bowling Green, 14-3.
'M' Picture Bright
Meanwhile Michigan has played
four games since returning from
its vacation trip, winning all four
to boast an over-all record of eight
wins and three defeats. Since all
of the defeats came on the South-

ern trip, before Michigan's pitchers
began to reach their top form, the
picture may be even brighter than
the record indicates.
On the basis of*the earlier de-
feat of Wayne, the Wolverines
need not be seriously worried about
tomorrow's game. The 4-1 victory
was achieved without any signs
of good hitting, something which'
the Michigan squad is very cap-
able of. The Wolverines compiled
only seven hits in the first game
against Wayne off of some of the
weakest pitching they have faced
this season.
Only Howie Tommelein and
Bruce Fox looked good at the
plate, each connecting for two
safeties out of five turns at bat.
Other sparkling hitters such as

This ee in Sports
Monday, April 23
BASEBALL-Wayne-Here-3:30 p.m.
Tuesday, April 24
BASEBALL-Western Michigan-There
.Thursday, April 26
TENNIS-U. of Detroit-Here-2:15 p.m.
Friday, April 27
BASEBALL-Indiana-Here-3:30 p.m.
TRACK-Penn Relays at Philadelphia, Pa., and Drake
Relays at Des Moines, Iowa
TENNIS-Wayne-There
Saturday, April 28
BASEBALL-Ohio State (two games)-Here-1:30 p.m.
TRACK-Penn Relays at Philadelphia, Pa., and Drake
Relays at Des Moines, Iowa
GOLF-Ohio State, Purdue and Indiana-Columbus, 0.
Major League Standings

Steve Boros and Al Sigman did not
have tieir usual fine hitting sprees.
If all bf the M' men hit up to
form, and if the Wayne pitching
hasn't improved since the opener,
Michigan could turn the game into
a rout.
Tartars Blast Bowling Green
Aside from their opener with
Michigan, the Tartars have seen
better hitting and a fine pitching
performance from Jack Lord in
the 14-3 -,rout of Bowling Green.
Lord pitched in relief in the Michi-
gan game, where he gave up only
one run and drew praise from
Michigan's coach, Ray Fisher.
Wayne's major problem has
been the lack of top-flight pitch-
ing, the same malady that has
bothered Michigan. The Wolver-
ines' hurlers are definitely on the
way up, and a continuation of the
fine work seen against Notre Dame
last Wednesday might well make
this the strong point of this year's
nine.
As was the case last season, the
Wayne pitchers have not yet de-
veloped. Last year the Tartars
broke even with a season record
of eight wins and eight losses.
They didn't pick up until May,
when they won six of their last
eight games.
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