THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Begin Defense Of National
In Title Play
Fischer And Koesis Lead
Wolverine Team Picked
To Retam Championsl i
bed by two former low medalists for
the tourney, Michigan's six-man teai
will begin its defense of the National
Intercollegiate- golf championship to-
day on the Congressional Country
Club course at Washington, D.C.
John Fischer, present Big Ten
champion, a member of the 134
Walker Cup team, and medalist in the
1932 collegiate meet, and Chuck Ko-
pia, brilliant junior star who led the
Wolverines with his low score in the
36 holes of medal play last year, will
lead a squad which includes Woody
Malloy, Alan Saunders, Dana Seeley,
and Larry David.
Totals of the four low men on each
squad for the 36 holes of play today
and tomorrow will determine the
team championship. The 32 low
scorers in the qualifying rounds will
enter match play Wednesday for the
Michigan, which last year brought
the Maxwell Cup west of the Alle-
ghanies for the first time to end the
omination of Yale and Princeton in
national golfing competition, will be
light favorites to retain the crown
with the principal opposition expected
from ,Yale, which last year finished
three strokes behind the Michigan
team with 617, Georgia Tech, headed
Jy the individual titleholder, Charley
li(ates, Louisiana State, Princeton,
Notre Dame and Northwestern. Stan-
ford and Southern California, if rep-
resented by complete teams, will be
installed as dark-horse contenders.
60 Stroke Lead
With Fischer and Kocsis leading the
way, the Wolverines this year com-
pleted one of their most successful
Conference seasons, sweeping the Big
Ten meet to finish 60 strokes ahead
of Northwestern for the 72-hole grind
after dropping a dual meet to the
purple, the first Wolverine dual loss
tn three years as the two Michigan
leaders were out for qualifying play
n the National Open.
Fischer, who took low medal in the
Conference meet this year for the
third time, is one of the outstanding
amateurs in the country, and he and
ocsis will be favored to go far in the
individual play in the National meet.
Olin Dutra, dethroned National Open
champion who with Jimmy Thomp-
son met the MVichigan stars in .a fea-
ture match here recently, has offered
gelds that the two, if not bracketed
together will enter the finals
Entering Varsity competition in
1932, Fischer won low medal in both
the Big Ten and National tourna-
ments. In 1933, after repeating his
Big Ten performance, he was forced
to withdraw from the National meet
with an injured back after leading the
first round play with a brilliant sub-
par 70. Fischer last year left school
.9 play with the American Walker Cup
team in England, where he won his
The big Wolverine leader is also a
two-time low medalist in the National
Amateur tourney, and holds the rec-
ord low qualifying score in that event.
Seeks Title Today
rers Downed Entire Athletic Plant Will Be
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Sluggers, 12-7 Complete facilities of Michigan's Golfing facilities include the Uni
athletic plant, the finest of its kind versity Golf Course, with a greens fee
in the world, will be available to all of 50c. Other courses open include
tors Garner Fourteen Summer Session students. In addi- the Municipal Course, Loch Alpine,
s Off Th iul r- tion an extensive program of or- and Stadium Hills. Private clubs in
tsmee . 'ems; .ganized tntramural athletics and ac- the vicinity include Ann Arbor Golf
eenberg Gets 19th tivities has been announced by Ran- Club, Huron Hills, Barton Hills, and
dolph Webster, director of'summer in- Washtenaw, which is semi-public.
ROIT, June 23. - The Wash- tramural athletics. Tennis facilities include the Ferry
Senators pounced on three De- On the campus facilities of Water- Field courts, Palmer Field courts, and
itchers today for a total of 14 man Gymnasium will be available to the city parks.
1d 12 runs and prevented the men, according to Dr. George May, I The intramural sports, organized
from advancing to third place for exercises and use of showers. The for the eighth year, will include a
American League with a 12-7 gymnasium will be open from 7 a.m. program of team and individual play
to 6 p.m. daily except Sunday. Fees in tennis, swimming, playground ball,
g "Bump"- Hadley, veteran' include a charge of 50c for use of a golf, handball, horseshoes, squash,
r right-hander allowed the Tig- locker and a towel fee of 50c which end other similar games adapted to
hits, but kept them so widely is refunded on return of towel. Tick- mid-summer play. Instruction in
ed that he never was in any ets may be obtained at the Cashier's several events will also be offered.
difficulty during the game. office, South Wing. More than 300 were entered in last
ullivan, rookie Tiger southpaw, The fee for the use of the Intra- years competitions, and between 600
the game but pitched only mural Building will be $2.00 for the and 700 availed themselves of the
Zings and was charged with the summer for students and faculty with departments recreational facilities,
He was followed on the a 50c refund upon the return of lock officials estimate. Most popular of
by Clyde Hatter and Elon Hog- and towel. The building will be open the individual competition last sum-
from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. daily except mer was the swimming events, and
ley Gehringer and Henry Sunday, and the pool will be open of the team competition; the Educa-
erg got home runs for the Tig- rom10:30 a.m. to noon and 3 to 6 tion Leagues baseball tourney.
hringer's coming in the first p. m. daily except Sunday. Facilities offered by the Intramural
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John Fischer, one of the outstand-
ing golf stars in the country, will lead
the Michigan team in defense of its.
naticnal title today, and will be a
favorite for the individual crown in
the match play which will follow the
36 holes of medal play to determine
the team championship.
*ischer, a three-time - Big Ten
champion, was a winner of the 1932
collegiate meet as well as medalist,
and led the field at the end of 181
holes in the 1035 meet until a back!
injury forced him out of the play. He
did not compete last year when he.
made the trip abroad with the Amer-
ican Waller Cup team, winning his
only match in the English play.
nnth, a terrific clout over te
center field wall, with the bases load-
Greenberg's homer kept him leading
the league in home runs with a total
of 19. Bob Johnson, Philadelphia
outfielder is second with 17 four ply
. In the present series with Wash-
ington the Tigers have won two and
lost one and have two games left with
the Senators. Detroit will go to Chi-
cago Wednesday to engagesthe White
Stx in a three-game series.
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Ann Arbor. . .
Kocsis is the outstanding amateur
star in Michigan, and is present state
titleholder, a crown which he holds
for the third time. Finishing in a
driving rain, Kocsis last year took
low medal honors in the Intercolle-
giate meet, but was defeated in the
semi-final round of the match play
by Yates when the Georgia Tech
star's ball fell into the cup after hang-
ing on the lip to furnish the winning
With Kocsis and Fischer, Woody
Malloy, number three on the Mich-
igan team, will also be a serious con-
tender for the individual crown.
Eclipsed by the brilliant play of his
teammates for two years, Malloy has
been a consistent low scorer and has
aided materially in the Wolverine
successes. He was eliminated in the
match play of the national meet last
year by Kocsis. Three-time city
champion of Ann Arbor, he finished
second in the 1934 Big Ten meet and
third this year.
Besides the Wolverine entries, out-
standing contenders for the indivi-
dual crown include Yates, the present
champion, Jack White and Jack Hoer-
ener, both of whom have rated above
Lawson Little on Stanford's team,
Freddie Haas, of Louisiana State,
John Banks of Notre Dame, Ed White
of Texas and Walter Emery, Okla-
homa, the 1932 champion.
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