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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

all-Scale I-M Program
o Continue in Summer
Chemistry, English, Economics, Physics
Departments Enter Faculty Softball League

By JACK MARTIN
Planning a full-scale intramural
sports program for the coming sum-
mer session, Howard C. Leibee, sum-
mer intramural director, revealed
yesterday that 51 entries have been
received for the all-campus tennis
tournament and 32 for the golf
tourney, while fourteen teams have
entered the volleyball league.
In addition, 35 individual and team
applications have been sent in for
softball competition,' but as yet they
have not been sorted into separate
leagues. Leibee also stated that quite
a few teams have entered the bad-
minton and handball loops.
Faculty Softball Planned
Plans are also well under way for
a faculty softball league, the first
Brown Upsets
Davis Cup Star
At Winbledon
WIMBLEDON, July 1-(P)-Amer-
ica's Tom Brown, who came to the
all-England championships as in-
conspicuously as a carton of tennis
balls and turned out to be a time
bomb, smashed his way into the semi-
finals of the historic tournament to-
day with a straight set 6-2, 8-6, 6-4
victory over Ferenc Puncec, Yugo-
slav Davis Cup star.
The 23-year-old Californian will
clash with Yvon Petra, six-fort, sev-
en-inch French star, for the right to
trod the famous center court in Fri-
day's final.
Petra, who was well known in the
U.S. before the war, scored perhaps
the greatest triumph of his career
today in knocking out Dinny Pails of
Australia, the tournament's No. 1
seeded player, 7-5, 7-5, 6-8, 6-4.
Reaching the semi-finals in the
opposite bracket were Geoff Brown,
the ambidextrous Australian who was
seeded No. 3, and Jaroslav Drobny,
the Czech who earlier upset second
seeded Jack Kramer of California.
Brown eliminated Lennart Bergelin,
Sweden's top star, 13-11, 11-9, 6-3,
while Drobny ousted Pierre Pellizza
of France, 6-4, 6-4, 6-4.
Following his victory over Puncec
today, Brown teamed with Kramer to
breeze into the third round of men's
doubles with a 6-2, 6-1, 6-2 win over
J,. Siba and J. Vodicha of Czechoslo-
vakia.
Major League
Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE

of its kind since the summer of
1941. Four teams have already en-
tered, representing the Chemistry,
English, Economics, and Physics De-
partments. More are expected this
week to bring the total to around six
or eight. Any department which is
planning to enter the competition
should contact the Sports Building
immediately, Leibee added, so com-
plete rosters and schedules can be
worked out.
The intramural department hopes
to begin the campus tennis tourna-
ment sometime the second week of
the semester, with championships
in both singles and doubles.
Medal play in the golf tourney also
may get under way the second week,
with match play beginning the third
and continuing for two weeks.
Regular Program Continues
In addition to the team and tour-
nament competition, the usual in-
tramural sports program will be con-
tinued. Leibee stressed that the
Sports Building and its facilities will
be available to all students through-
out the summer whether or not they
participate on a team.
The swimming pool will be open
every afternoon, and swimming in-
struction will be provided by a staff
of well-qualified scholastic coaches
and other trained personnel.
The Sports Building, on Hoover
Street just off South State, will be
open from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Golfers Take
Second Place
In NCAA Meet
Michigan's Big Ten golf titlists
paced by Dave Barclay swept to a
second place behind Stanford in the
National Collegiate tournament, at
Princeton, last week-end.
The well-balanced Wolverine squad
captured the runner-up spot without
placing a man among the. individual
leaders of the tournament.
Barclay's 147 was low score for the
Michigan men, followed by Ed Scha-
lon, Bill Courtright, and Roger Kess-
ler, with 157, 158, and 162 respective-
ly.
The entire tournament consisted
of 72 holes of medal play with only
the first 36 counting in team scoring.
Low scorers qualified of the first
three rounds then qualified for in-
dividual title play.
Barclay, Schalon, and Courtright
qualified for Michigan and finished
with 72 hole totals of 307, 310, and
315, respectively. George Hamer of
Georgia, took the individual title
with a brilliant 286.
Strand Ends
Traek Tour

Hal Newhouser
Only Tiger On
All-Star Squad{
CHICAGO, July 1-0P)-Selection
of a 25-player American League
squad today for the All-Star game
at Boston's Fenway Park on July
9 reflected unusual shortstop strength
in the junior circuit and the collapse
of the world champion Detroit Tig-
ers.
The Bengals landed only hurlin'
Hal Newhouser on the roster selected
by the eight league managers, who
grabbed eight players from the pace-
setting Boston Red Sox. Missing from
the All-Star array were such former
Tiger picks as Hank Greenberg, Dick
Wakefield and Birdie Tebbets.
Shortstop Power
American league shortstop power
is emphasized by the fact that Man-
ager Lou Boudreau of Cleveland, who
appeared in three previous All-Star
games, failed to make the grade.
In preference to the cat-like Bou-
dreau, the managers picked Luke
Appling, the Chicago White Sox' only
representative; Johnny Pesky of the
Red Sox; and Vern Stephens of the
St. Louis Browns, all boasting better
hitting records than the Tribe pilot.
It was suspected, however, that Lou's
own vote for Appling cost him an
All-Star berth.
Six Make Debut
Six players will make their All-
Star debuts, including Boston's Pes-
ky and pitchers Dave (Boo) Ferris
and Mickey Harris, Mickey Vernon
of Washington, George Stirnweiss of
New York, Sam Chapman of Phila-
delphia and Jack Kramer of St.
Louis.
The second-place New York Yan-
kees placed six players, including
Manager-Catcher Bill Dickey, named
to the classic for the 11th time.
Cleveland landed three, while Wash-
;ngton, St. Louis and Philadelphia
won two-berths each.
Eighteen Repeat
Among the 18 repeaters were Bos-
ton's Ted Williams,.Bobby Doerr, Hal
Wagner, Rudy York and Dom Di
Maggio; Bobby Feller, Frankie Hayes
and Ken Keltner of Cleveland; Joe
Gordon, Joe Di Maggio, Charley Kel-
ler, Spud Chandler and Dickey of
the Yankees; Stan Spence of Wash-
ington; Stephens of the Brownies;
Appling of the White Sox; Buddy
Rosar of the A's; and Detroit's New-
houser.
Steve O'Neill of Detroit, automati-
cally named pilot because of his
1945 pennant triumph, will send the
American Leaguers after their ninth
victory over the National League
which has won four of the 12 games
played.
Fazio Cops Canada Open
MONTREAL, July 1-MP)-After a
three-hole finish in which they
seemed to be trying to hand the title
to each other, George Fazio of Los
Angeles came though today to cap-
ture his first major golf event, the
Canadian Cen Championship, by
beating veteran Dick Metz of Ar-
kansas City, Kas., by one stroke in
an 18-hole playoff.

Dixon Beaten in
Quarter-Finals'
Of Tennis Meet
Three Michigan Netters
Bow in Early Matches
Reaching the quarter-finals, Bob
Dixon paced a quartet of entrants
from the University in the 45th an-
nual Tri-State Tennis Meet, held
last week-end at the Cincinnati Ten-
nis Club in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Seeded number four in the tourna-
ment, Dixon, a graduate student,
lost ' only one set as he eliminated
four rival netters. He set down Jim
Coogan of Cincinnati, 6-3, 6-1, tri-
umphed over Dick Bartlett of Cin-
cinnati without losing a game, 6-0,
6-0, defeated Jim Ratliff, ranking

Pregulman, All-Star
CHICAGO. July .1-(0)--Centers
Merv Pregulman of Michigan and
Herb Coleman of Notre Dame are the
newest additions to the All-Star Col-
legiate football squad which willt an-
gle with the Los Angeles Rams Aug.
23 in the 13th game of the All-Star
series.
Pir'ates Defeat Gubs
CHICAGO, July 1-(P)-Rip Sew-
ell pitched the Pittsburgh Pirates to
a 1-0 victory over the Chicago Cubs
here today. Sewell allowed just four
hits, two of them doubles by Stan
Hack, Chicago third baseman.
Walker Tops Hitters
NEW YORK. July 1-GP)--Brook-
lyn's Dixie Walker led again today in
the race for the National League bat-
ting title.
After trailing Stan Musial of the

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St. Louis Cardinals last week, the
pride of "Der Bums" belted the ball
all over the lot during the week
which ended with Sunday's games
and lifted his average 12 points from
.362 to .374. Musial, meanwhile, slid
into second place with a drop from
.363 to. 361.
* * *

Parker Wins

Tigers Blank
White Sox, 2-0
Behintd Trucks
DETROIT, July 1-(/')-Hand
fed by fireballer Virgil Trucks v
men on the bases, the Chicago W
Sox left 11 runners stranded here
day as the Detroit Tigers treated
528 twilight customers to a 2
shutout victory.
Trucks scattered seven Chi
hits in hanging up his ninth triu
and his third shutout of the sea
Detroit got nine hits off
Haynes, who went all the way
the Chisox, but only two of t
made much difference.
Hank Greenberg's wind-bl
double that eluded Taft Wrigl-
left field scored Roger Cramer :
first in the fifth inning and Roy
lenbine accounted for the TIl
other run in the sixth with his se
homer of, the year.
The Sox lost their best sco
chance in the second inning m
Hal Trosky led off with a single
raced to third on Don KolloA
drive to center but was called ou
failing to touch second base.

RIVER FOREST, Ill., July 1-(P)-
Top seeded Frank Parker of Los An-
geles, after drawing a first round
bye, swept into the third round of
the National Clay 4Courts Tennis
Championships today with a smash-
ing 6-3, 6-1 victory over Joe Woolf-
son of San Francisco.
Woolfson earlier today eliminated
Tom Falkenburg of Los Angeles in
a major upset, 3-6, 11-9, 7-5. Bob
Falkenburg, newly crowned NCAA
champion, advanced to the third
round by downing Art Leighton of
Des Plaines, Ill., 6-2, 7-5.

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BILL MIKULICH-Who played in
the number two spot on the 1946
tennis team and will captain next
year's squad, displayed top form
in taking one set from top-seeded
George Richards in the Tri-State
tournament at Cincinnati.
Ohio player, 6-4, 6-2, and won a tight
battle from Tom Molloy of New Or-
leans in three sets, 6-4, 2-6, 7-5. Dix-
on was upset in his quarter-final
match in straight sets by Jack Kush-
ingham of Hollywood, California,
6-2, 6-2.
Jack Hersh, who played in the
number one spot on the 1946 Michi-
gan tennis team, battled his way to
a 4-6, 6-4, 6-2 triumph over his first
opponent, McMaster of Fort Lauder-
dale, Florida, but bowed to Dale Kel-
log of Los Angeles, California in
his second match, 6-3, 6-2.
Bill Mikulich, Michigan's newly-
elected captain for the 1947 tennis
season, displayed brilliant form in
taking one set from top-seeded
George Richards of Los Angeles, Cali-
fornia, as he went down to defeat be-
fore the meet favorite, 6-1, 1-6, 6-3.
Kim Peterson, a member of the
University faculty, lost his opening
match in straight sets to Felicisimo
Ampon, the top ranking player on
the Philippine Davis Cup squad. In
the doubles, Mikulich and" Dixon
paired to reach the quarter-finals,
where they dropped a gruelling 9-7,
7-5 verdict to a California duo.

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NEW YORK, July 1-M'P)-Lennart
Strand, the little Swedish flyer who
has found America's best middle dis-
tance runners a soft touch so far,
will go gunning for Gundar Haegg's
4:01.4 mile mark tomorrow night in
his farewell appearance in the U.S.
The blond, 25-year old linotype
operator who prefers to run against
his opponents rather than the stop-
watch, will be opposed by Les Mac-
Mjitchell and Tommy Quinn, the
New York duo who finished a distant
two-three to him, at San Antonio last
week, in the featured event of the
A.A.U.'s streamlined track and field
meet. at Randall's Island Stadium.
Seven other contests are listed for
the short affair. The second feature
will pit Elmore Harris, conqueror of
Herb McKenley in the San Antonio
400-meters, against his victim in a
300-yard run. The crack sprinters
will be aiming at the late Charley
Paddock's 30.2 record.
A shot-putting field, topped by
New York's Bernie Mayer and Irv
Kintisch will match heaves in a
medley competition with eight, 12
and 16 pound shots. Johnny Fulton,
the 800-meter king from the San
Francisco Olympic Club will run in
the 600 against Reggie Pearman, Bill
Curran, Francis Leary and Dave
Smith.

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