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SUNDAY, JULY 20, 1947

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I-M SPOUTFOLIO

N.L. Football
League To Air
New Schedule

It was erroneously stated in The
Daily yesterday that the intra-
mural All-Star softball game will
be staged between the residence
hall and independent leagues this
year.
Actually, the contest will see
the outstanding members of the
fraternity league and players in
the independent loop clash on
July 29 at South Ferry Field.
The residence halls willdnot
x be represented in this summer's
"classic" because they saw ac-
tion last year. Since the three
leagues qualify for the All-Star
game on a rotative basis each
year, this summer's contest calls
for material from the fratern-
ity and independent loops. Next
year the fraternity boys will be
on the sidelines.
Managers of the 24 teams en-
tered in the fraternity and inde-
pendent leagues will assemble
Tuesday afternoon to make their
selections for the All-Star game,
elect managers and coaches, and
perform other necessary duties.
This week's softball schedule:
Monday, July 21--ZBT vs. The-
ta Chi; Delta Kappa vs. Lambda
Chi; Univ. Hosp. vs. Havenites;
Veterans vs. Robert Owen.
Tuesday, July 22--Sigma Nu
vs. Sigma Chi; Phi Chi vs. Phi
Delta; Psi Upsilon vs. Delta Tau
State Net Title
To Sunierlaiid
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., July
19-(A)--Jack Sunderland of In-
dianapolis won the men's singles
title of the Michigan Open Tennis
Tournament here today after a
grueling five-hour match with
£f Jack Shingleton, of East Lansing.
Sunderland fought his way to
the championship on scores of
2-6, 7-5, 6-3, 13-11, as Shingle-
ton repeatedly stroked out deuce
points and forced the final set into
extra games. It was the longest
match on record in the tourney.
Mary Lou Beyer of Detroit had
an easy time with the Women's
Singles Crown, annexing it on
straight set victories over Lor-
raine Anderson of Grand Rapids.,
6-0, 6-0.
:John Fleitz of Long Beach,
Calif., Won the Men's Junior Sin-
gles Championship with a 6-2, 6-4
triumph over Tom Cook, of Los
Angeles.
Fleitz then teamed with Wells
Peck, of Beverly Hills, Calif., to
defeat Cook and Dave De Vries,
of. Grand Rapids, 6-4, 6-3 for the
Men's Junior Doubles Title.

Delta; Pub. Health vs. West Lodg-
ers; Hardrocks vs. Foul Ballers;
Hell Hounds vs. Neversweats.
Wednesday, July 23 - Univ.
Hosp. vs. Veterans; Eng. Lang.
Inst. vs. Robert Owen; Havenites
vs. Law Club; Williams vs. Chi-
cago; Winchell vs. Michigan;
Fletcher vs. Lloyd; Adams vs.
Wenle,.
SOFTBALL STANDINGS
RESIDENCE HALL
W L GB
Fletcher 3 0 -
Williams 3 1 ~~
Lloyd 3 1 1i2
Allen-Rum. 3 1 1/
Adams 2 1 1
Chicago 2 1 1
Winchell 1 2 2
Michigan 1 3 2%
Wenley 0 4 3%
INDEPENDENT LEAGUE
Havenites 3 0 -
Law Club 3 0-
Hardrocks 3 0 -
Foul Ballers 3 0 -
Univ. Hosp. 2 1 1
Neversweats 2 1 1
Veterans 1 2 2
West Lodgers 1 2 2
Hell Hounds 0 3 3
Pub. Health 0 3 3
Robert Owen 0 3 3
Eng. Lang. 0 3 3
FRATERNITY LEAGUE
ZBT 30 -
Sigma Chi 3 0 -
Theta Xi 2 1 1
Lambda Chi 2 1 1
Sigma Nu 2 1
Phi Epsilon 2 1 1
Delta Kappa 1 2 2
Phi Delta 1 2 2
SAE 1 2 2
Theta Chi 1 2 2
Chi PhiA 0 3 3
Delta Tau 0 3

Owners to
Television,

DiscU ss
New Loop

FEED 'EM, SEZ RAY:
Ex -M' Trainer Recommends
Training Tables for Athletes
By IRWIN ZUCKER
Ray Roberts, Michigan's head trainer for the past 17 years who
will assume a new but similar role next month with the Detroit Lions,
h opes that the Big Nine athletic directors will follow through with the
latest proposal for the establishment of training tables.
"In light of increasing gate receipts, most of the schools can
afford such a program," said Roberts, supporting Circuit Judge
Robert Dunne's statement to Western Conference Commissioner
Kenneth (Tug) Wilson that the physical condition of athletes will
improve when they are required to eat at training tables.

Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

PITTSBURGH, June 19-(AP)--
National Football. League club
owners meet here tomorrow to
weigh prexy Bert Bell's pet plan
for a five-year schedule and toJ
consider injecting a new type o
"T" into the professional game-
television.
The five-year plan for schedules
is the prime topic for discussion
among the owners and the word
was out that it likely will be
adopted, starting with the forth-
coming season.
The huddle will encompass tele-
vision since it affects the owners'
pocketbooks. The debate will be
whether televised games prospec-
tively are a source of increased in-
come or a handicap in the revenue
department on the premise that
fans might stay away in incle-
ment weather if they can watch
a game in comfort at home.
Another item which will be
aired--but probably not publicly-
is the competition of the rival
All-America Conference. The Na-
tional League suffered some fin-
ancial pangs because the All-
America forced costs upward last
season in bidding for players.
The old league got in a back-
hand slap at its rival yesterday as
it named Latrobe, Pa., the "offi-
cial birthplace" of pro football in
America. In return, a committee
of Latrobe townspeople promised
to regard the National League
and its affiliates as the only "o-
ficial" pro league, a spokesman for
Bell said.

W L Pct.
New York 59 27 .686
Detroit 45 36 .556
Boston 45 38 .542
Philadelphia 41 43 .488
Cleveland 37 40 .481
Chicago 38 47 .447
Washington 35 46 .432
St. Louis 29 52 .358
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BATTLE OF $$$'S:
Stymie WhipsAssault in Cup;
Armed Wins Arlingtont 'Cap.

Pros Tee Off
it StateP'GA
M1ieet Today
MIDLAND, Mich., July 19--(/P)
-Early-comers among Michigan's
top-ranking professional golfers
went through their practice
rounds here today in prepara-
tion for Sunday's 36-hole state
PGA championship at Midland
Country Club.
In Saturday's warm-up, Eddie
Bush of Detroit was low with a
two-under-par 70. Jack Winney,
also of Detroit, hit par at 72.
Harbert Favored
Favorite Melvin (Chick) Har-
bert, playing only nine holes,
scored 33, three under par for the
short course while Tommy Shan-
non, of Orchard Lake, carded 35;
on the same nine.
Sammy Byrd, rated No. 2 for the
one-day tourney, spent some time
shagging shots off the No. 13
green instead of playing a prac-
round.'
Champs Return{
The long -hitting Harbert's prin-
cipal competition was expected to
come from among Watrous, a
seven-time state PGA champ;
Sam Byrd of Detroit, who tookI
the 1944 and 1945 titles; Buck
White of Battle Creek, anewcomer
to Michigan, and such former
champs as Emerick Kocsis of Pon-
tiac and Joe Belfore, Detroit'
Country Club.
Eighteen holes are scheduled
for Sunday morning with the fin-'
al 18 holes in the afternoon. ,
*4 * *
Stranahan, Ward
In Western Finals
DES MOINES, July 19-UP)-
Frank Stranahan, d e f e n d i n g'
champion from Toledo, 0., scram-
bled from almost certain defeat
to advance to the final round of
the Western Amateur tournament
with a 4 and 3 victory over Thom-
as Sheehan, Birmingham, Mich.,
today.
Stranahan's victory, an uphill
battle that found him 3 down at
the end of the morning round of
18 holes, gave him a spot in to-
morrow's championship stretch of
36 holes with Marvin (Bud)
Ward, the genial golfer from Spo-
kane, Wash., who defeated Rob-
ert (Bob) Willits, Kansas City,
3 and 1, in today's semifinals.
It will be the third meeting of
Stranahan and Ward, who stand
all even for their first two match-
es. Stranahan defeated Ward 1
,up in 36 holes for the Western
crown last year and was elimin-
ated by Ward, 2 and 1, in the
National Amateur tournament.

(Dunne starred in football, bas-
ketball and track at Michigan, and
was a member of the 1920 Olym-
pic team.)
The outgoing Wolverine trainer,
who witnessed year-round train-
ing tables for ten years before
arriving at Ann Arbor in 1930, said
that better athietes are not nec-
essal.ily produced under such a
system but that "they are never
unde! ixourished."
"Most college athletes do not
cony; from wealthy families,"
notes Roberts. "They devote a
good deal of their time and en-
ergies to a particular sport-
and there's no reason why a
school should not supervise the
dieting of these athletes with
three free squares a day."
Under existing conditions, a
trainer generally suggests a diet
for an athlete. but the latter often
can't afford this prescribed regi-
mentation, said Roberts.
"Training tables are not de-
signed to serve as a 'reward' for
conditioning calls for the estab-
athletes," he asserted. "Proper
lishment of training tables. Since
schools refuse to comply with such
a program, why don't they admit
eve? ybody to sports events free of
charge?"
Locke Wins
Canadian Open
TORONTO, July 19--4/P)-Bob-
by Locke, the South African golf-
er who now has taken top money
in six of 10 North American tourn-
aments, today won the Canadian
open at Scarboro Country Club
with a record-breaking 268, two
strokes ahead of Ed (Porky) Oli-
ver of Wilmington, Del.
Locke's victory put him in first
place in the United States pro cir-
cuit money winners. He took first
money of $2,000 and the Seagram
Gold Cup to his home club in Jo-
hannesburg.
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New York
Boston
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Chicago
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh

W L Pct.
50 36 .581
44 35 .557
46 37 .554
45 50 .529
41 43 .488
38 45 .458
36 48 .429
34 50 .405

Theo Dubois Upsets Kelly Jr.
To WinNation'al S cullin~ Tidle
DETROIT, July 19-(A")-Theo :weeps toward the finish of the
Dubois of the Winnipeg Rowing 1% -mile course.
Club, who at 36 years of age was He was two lengths ahead of
rated a contender with too much Angygnl, who collapsed as the fin-
amon oasmenof op-ishing gun echo boomed. It was
seniority among oarsmen of top- Angyal's third race of the after-
flight caliber, today recaptured noon; he had won the 145-pound
the National Singles Sculls title in single sculls and the senior single
the 73rd National Rowing Champ- sculls quarter-mile dash.
ionship.
In regaining the title lie won in Veeck To Undergo
1941, Dubois triumphed on the De-
troit River course by stroking past Another Operation1
National Champion John D. Kel-
ly, jr., who "caught a crab" at the CLEVELAND, July 19--(A)-
quartermile mark and overturned. Cleveland Indians' President Bill
Kelly Spills Veeck, whose Tribe recently lost
Kelly, winner two weeks ago of six straight games, had another
the coveted HenlIcy Diamond siege of bad luck today* ~doctors
Sculls and loser in only two of histo
las 33stats piled s hs lftinformed him to r'eturn to Cleve-
last 33 starts, spilled as his left land Clinic Hospital for another
oar knifed too deeply into the wa- operation on his right leg Tues-
ter on a. recovery stroke. He was day.
fully two lengths ahead of the The courageous ex-Marine, who
field, consented to removal of his right
Behind trailed o erk An- foot last November after he failed
gyal, jr., of the New York A.C., the to recover from injuries received
aged Dubois and JosephMcIntyre, at Bougainville during the war,
Kelly's team mate from the Phila celebrated delivery of an artificial
de Vesper Club. limb by throwing a dance soon af-
Near Collision
McIntyre,trying to avoid a col- ter he left the hospital last fall.
lision with Kelly's overturned R ~ mis ..M.
scull, lost pace and dropped out
and Dubois began his slow, steady T.HE L. G. BALFOURi
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CHICAGO, July 19-(W)-Armed,
the Calumet Farm's gallant geld-
ing, catapulted to third place in
the list of world's leading money
winners today by an easy victory
in the $55,500 Arlington Park
Handicap before 30,000 fans.
Armed earned $37,400 first mon-
ey. -
Armed's winnings today enabled
owner Warren Wright of Chicago
to smash his stable's own world
record for annual earnings. With
the end of the 1947 season still
a long way off, Calumet Farm
has earned a record $639,000.
Calumet's previous mark of $601,-
660 was established in 1944.
Armed moved past his stable-
mate Whirlaway, in earnings.
Armed has accumulated $568,775
to become the richest Calumet
Farm horse in history.

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NEW YORK, July 19-(/)-The
Cinderella horse of the turf-
stretch scorching Stymie-dropped
out of the clouds in the rain and
the slop at Belmont today and
surged to victory in the first
running of racing's "World Ser-
ies," the Empire City Internation-
al Gold Cup.
With one mighty lunge at the
wire, after he had rushed up
from practically a city block
behind, the turf's cheapest bar-
gain baby hung his head on the
wire in this hottest internation-
al horse race in 20 years to turn
back such fancy steppers as As-
sault, the South American
champions, Endeavor and En-
sueno, and the three-year-old
Glamour Boy, Phalanx.
With it, Stymie took back the
world money-winning title he lost
to Assault last week. There was
a pot of $73,000 waiting at the
finish for him and Tiny Conn
McCreary in this grind. which
boosted his earnings to $678,510.
for his five years of racing and
put him out in front among the
all-time top bankroll boys once
more.
Assault's earnings after beating
Stymie in the Butler Handicap
last week were $613,370. The
$10,000 he picked up today as the
third horse's share boosted his
bank account to $623,370.

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remodeling of clothes. Prompt serv-
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