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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Meets

Highli/ht

ci Halts Championships;
Squad Plays Today

Major League StandingsI

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Yesterday's Games
Philadelphia 6, Brooklyn 4
Only game scheduled
Standings
W. L.. Pc 1,

olfers Face Tough Fight
En Quest of Link Honors

Milwaukee ., 14
St. Louis .... 19
Cincinnati .. 17
Brooklyn,-...16
Pittsburgh .. 16
New York ... 13
Philadelphia 10
Chicago .... 8
Today's

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13 .594
12 .586
13 .552
13 .$52
17 .433
19 .345
18 .308
Games

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Yesterday's Games
New York 11, Detroit 4
Only game scheduled
Standings
W. 1.. PHt,
New York alr24 e (1.686
Cleveland ... 19 12 .613
Boston ......17 13 .567
Chicago .... I3 13 .500
Baltimore .. 13 19 .453
Detroit ,...13 19 .406
Kansas City 12 19 .387
Washington , 1? 20 .3 i5
Today's Games
New York at Baltimore (night)
Cleveland at Chicago (night)
Washington at Boston (night)
Kansas City at Detroit (night)

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special To The Daily
EVANSTON, ILL. - The chips
are downt and the showdown will
come this weekend for the Michi-
gan golf squad.
Today and tomorrow, the link-
Sters will compete in the Big Ten
M~eet here for the Conference
championship.
Wolverine hopes will rest on a
six man contingent made up of
Captain Bob McMasters, F r e d
Wicklow, Skip MacMichael, Steve
Uselac, John Schubeck and Henry
Loeb.
Michigan has been cast as one of
the three pre-meet favorites, along
with Ohio State and Purdue. How-
ever, Coach Bert Katzenmeyer is
very non-committal about his
team's chances.
In his own words, Katzenmeyer
has "never been so unsure of any-
thing in his whole life."
One thing is sure however.
Everyone on the Michigan team
will have to turn in a top perform-
ance if the Wolverines have any
chance of taking the title.
Man for man, the championship
potential is there, but that poten-
tial will have to be fulfilled if the
Wolverines are to triumph over
the other nine squads.
Michigan will probably get its
strongest opposition from I a s t
year's champions, Purdue, who hol
year's champions, Purdue. who
hold two dual meet decisions over
the Wolverines.
Campbell Leads Purdue
The Boilermakers are led by the
great Joe Campbell, defending
NCAA champion and probably the
outstanding collegiate ;golfer in
the country.
Ohio State, another strong con-
tender, will field one of the most
balanced squads in the Big Ten.
The Buckeye's strongest contend-
ers for individual honors will pro-

bably be Rick Jones, Fritz Schmidt
and Mike Mural.
Minesota, Michigan State, Wis-
consin and Northwestern will as-
sume the roles of dark horses.
The -Gophers will bring with
them a team that has compiled a,
very respectable dual meet re-
cords, while the Badgers have in
their lineup, Roger Rubendall, who
was. Big Ten champion last year.
MSU has their strongest team in
recent years, and' rate at least an
outside chance to cop top honors.
A home course advantage should
help the Wildcats, and could make
them very dangerous.
The remaining three teams, In-
diana, Iowa and Illinois have
shown very little in their dual
meet season, and do not figure to
cause any great excitement this
weekend.
Last year, the Michigan aggre-
gation placed fourth in the con-
ference meet, behind Purdue, Ohio
State and Wisconsin. Uzelac led
the Wolverines, finishing fifth
with a 227.

-Daily-Dick Gaskili
JUST WARMING UP-Michigan's Jim Pace will change from
sweat clothes he's donning here for practice to the colors of Maize
Blue this afternoon at Minneapolis when he concentrates his
efforts. on the 100-yd. dash in the Big Ten Outdoor Track and
Field Championships.

About the only thing which
could delay Michigan's winning the
Big Ten tennis title occured yes-
terday-rain.
At Minneapolis for the big meet.
the Wolverines will have to wait
a day before they begin the de-!
fense of the Conference crown.
All matches postponed yesterday
will be played today. It is expected
that the tournament will still con-
clude Saturday afternoon.
Since the tournament is being
played on cement courts, the Wol-
verines had been practicing their
last few days in Ann Arbor at the
Burns Park Courts. Thus the hard-
er surface of Minnesota's courts
should not be too strange to the
squad.
Feature Match
The feature match of the tour-
nament, barring early round up-
sets will be the expected clash
between Michigan's Barry Mac-
Kay and Al Kuhn of Northwestern.
Kuhn lost to MacKay in a dual
match this season 9-7, 6-4.
The Wolverine netters definite-
ly rate as the favorites in the Con-
ference meet, on the basis of their
brilliant play extending over the
last two seasons. The team has a
consecutive winning streak of 31
dual meet victories.
Michigan's biggest threat for the
title should come from either
Northwestern, Illinois or Indiana,
with Michigan State being given
an outside chance to win. How-
ever, on the basis of season's per-
formance, none rate a really good
chance to upset the Maize and
Blue.
Michigan's chances for a very
high finish in the NCAA meet
next month received a big setback
when MacKay definitely accepted

MICHIGAN, IOWA FAVORED:.
Tracksters Open Defense of Title

an invitation to appear in Eng-
land this June with the Davis Cup
squad. He will be competing for a
final berth on the squad.
The Wolverines will have an
especially tough time scoring
points in thet NCAA meet because
no points are given until a player
reaches the last few rounds of the
tourney.
Last year, Michigan placed fifth
with two points.
Sig Eps VWin'
In I-MTilt;
Gain Finals
By FRITZ MYERS
Sparked by the no-hitting of Cal
Atwood, Sigma Phi Epsilon blank-
ed a determined Pi Lambda Phi
team, 6-0.
Led by the hard hitting of
GeorgehLempio and Ted Doden-
hoff, the Sig Fps have garnered
the right to meet Lambda Chi Al-
pha in the finals of the social-
fratternity playoffs.
Behind the inconsistent hurl-
ing of Ed Lubin, the Pi Lams, as a
result of a fluke bounce to the Sig
Eps second-baseman, Jim Cart-
wright, were able to put only one
man on base during the one-sided
contest.
The other social fraternity con-
test of the afternoon resulted in
a win for Sigma Alpha Epsilon
over Alpha Tau Omega, 9-3. Led
by the strong arm of Ron Polland,
the SAE's had little difficulty with
the weak hitting ATOs. As a re-
sult of this victory, the SAEs
will meet Tau Delta Phi in the
finals of the second-place play-
offs,
Highlighting the professional
fraternity games was the one-sided
contest between first place final-
ists Phi Alpha Kappa and Delta
Sigma Delta. Led by the excellent
pitching of Wes Sikkema, the Phi
Kaps blanked the Delt Sigs, 9-0.
With this win the PAKs have
assured themselves births in the
first place playoffs to be held this
weekend.
Gil Lavey exhibited some fine
hurling as he paced the Alpha

Brooklyn at New York (night)
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (night)
Cincinnati at Milwaukee (night)
Chicago at St. Louis (night)

Special To The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS, Mitn.-Who is
going to stop Michigan in its quest
for a second straight Big Ten
track crown here this afternoon
and tomorrow?
Iowa's strong Hawkeyes think
they have'the answer, and Michi-
gan coach Don Canham is about
to agree with them. If what the
wiry mentor says about the Wol-
verines' injuries is true, trouble
could be brewing.
In search of their fourth straight
title-indoor and -outdoor meets
included together-the potentially
untouchable Ann uArbrites could
be in for a real squabble.
Canham lists several men whose.
physical condition is doubtful.
Gray In Poor Shape
Pete Gray, who will be out to
defend his half-mile laurels, won
last year at Colvmbus, has little
LARGE SHIPMENT

chance of doing so, Canham fears.
"In the shape he's in, it may be
all he can do to get under 2:00,"
he said. Gray was hard-hit by
mumps several weeks ago.
In addition, Dick Flodin and Bob
Brown, two important dash men in
the Maize and Blue setup, are re-
covering from a strained ligament
and pulled leg muscle, respectively.
"If Brown and Flodin are hurt,
we're dead," Canham moaned.
Laird Sloan and Don Matheson,
both middle-distance performers
who figured to add to the point
totals, will also see limited action,
if any, thanks again to the leg-
muscle plague.
Mumps Fell Gluppe
I And George Gluppe, another re-
rlay man, isn't even making the
trip, so hard-hit was he by the
mumps bug.
Scheduled for this afternoon are
the broad-jump trials and the dis-
cus trials and finals among the
field events.
Running events will include
trials and semi-finials in the 220
and 440 and the 220-yd. low hurd-
les, and trials in the 880, 100 and
the 120 highs.
As in the indoor meet, won by
Michigan last March at Lansing,
Captain Ron Wallingford will be
called upon in both the mile and
two mile, and should repeat easily,
in the latter.
Other Wolverines who should re-
tain their outdoor titles are Dave
Owen in the shot and Mark Booth
in the high jump.
With the absence of Jim Golli-
dad from Northwestern's plans,
Jim Pace could rank as the man
to catch in the 109, while Eeles
Landstrom should reign in the
pole vault.

been :48.6 in the 440. Les Stev-
ens, Iowa's triple threat man, has
done :14.1 in the high hurdles,
:23.6 in the lows and is also the
Big Ten Indoor high jump co-
champion; an honor which he
holds jointly with Mark Booth of
Michigan.
He has high jumped 6' 6%".
Iowa's mile relay team has reg-
istered a respectable time of 3:16.5.

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By LYNN TOWLE and AL JONES
It looks as if it will be a toss up
in the Michigan-Michigan State
series thisfinal baseball weekend.
The Wolverines left for East
Lansing at 10:30 this morning
where they will clash with the
Spartans in a single game this
afternoon.
Michigan State will then travel
to Ferry Field to meet the Wol-
verine nine in a double header
tomorrow afternoon. Game time
is 1:30 p.m.
. All of Michigan's first place
hopes were crushed by the double
defeat at the hands of league
leading Minnesota last weekend.
The pair of one run losses made
it mathematically impossible for
the Maize and Blue squad to fin-
ish the Conference season higher
than-second place.
Michigan's second place chances
depend on a long list of "ifs."
While the Wolverines rest in a tie
for fourth place with Indiana,
with a 4-4 record opposed to the
Hoosiers 5-5 mark.
Second place Ohio State -posts a
7-3 count and third place Wiscon-
sin holds a 5-4 record.
Coach Ray Fisher's squad must
garner two more wins than either
Ohio State or Wisconsin as the

season is wrapped up today and
tomorrow.
This means that Michigan will
need a clean sweep of the series
with MSU in order to finish in a
possible second.
Minnesota should handle the
Buckeyes, but the Wolverines can
only hope that Iowa will split with;
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If Ohio State does lose out in Kappa Psis to a 3-0 shutout over
its weekend contests, the next a weak Hospital nine. In other
obstacle to Michigan hopes is Wis- afternoon contests, Nu Sigma Nu
consin. downed Phi Rho Sigma, 9-0, awhile
Coach Fisher feels that he can Delta Tau Phi defeated Psi Omega,
only hope for the breaks in the 7-2.
outcome of Ohio State's and Wis- Concluding the a f t e r n o o n's
consin's games. "The initial prob- activities was Alpha Chi Sigma's
lem will be to beat Michigan State hard-fought victory over Phi Delta
three times," Fisher stated. Epsilon, 7-6.
Fisher pointed out that the
team with the pitching would;
probably win. Both teams have a"
good array of hitters. Left fielder
Jim Sack is the Spartans leading
slugger, boasting a .444 Big Ten
average and .409 overall mark.GLFCOURSE
Although not pitchers have been W.A23
named, Fisher's starting trio of
Bill Thurston, Don Poloskey, and
Bruce Fox will most likely be
called on for mound duty.
Spartan hurlers Walt Godfrey,
Bill Mills, and Ron Perranoski
should see/action in the weekend
contests.

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