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rRDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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'hi Delta Phi, Psychology
inish Season Undefeated

OLYMPIC RECORD:
Thirteen Ohio State Men in Finland

Phi Delta Phi and Psychology
sftbalU teams wound up an ab-
reviated intramural softball sea-
)f last night without a defeat.
Phi Delta Phi trimmed Phi
gamma Delta, 3-1 to gain undis-
uted championship of League I.
Psychology followed a 10-5 Mon-
ay night victory over Chemistry
ith an 8-3 defeat of Physics last
ight to end the season with five
ins and no losses and a League
Stitle. ,
IN OTHER final games for the
gular season last night Phar-
Lacy stopped Chemistry, 8-7, and
3e Delts walloped Phi Kappa Tau,
e-4, in League II play. Met Lab
rounced Dental Lab, 17-7, in a
eague I contest.

while the Jokers took over first
place in League IV by trimming
Air Force, 7-3.
Fletcher Hall maintained its
lead in League III by mauling
Scott House, 11-1. Other scores
were Zeta Psi 5, Chem "B" 0; Van
Tyne 9, Social Research 6; and
the Hardrocks a forfeit win over
Delta Sigma Phi. Mike Themely
of Zeta Psi pitched a one-hitter
and fanned 17.
The Jokers defend first place
against the Bartenders tonight.
Playoffs will get under way at
Ferry Field Monday evening with
the finals expected to be played a
week from Monday. The first two
teams in each league will be eli-'
gible for the playoff competition.
If there should be a tie for second
place, then both squads will be
allowed to compete in the play-
offs.
.IM Softball
Standius

Monday night Rod's
kanded the Bartenders
frst defeat of the season,

Boys
their
13-5,

Ohio State is setting all kinds
of records for participation in this
year's Olympic Games in Helsinki,
Finland.
No less than 11 Buckeye trained
athletes plus two coaches, an all-
time record, are now in Helsinki
awaiting competition.
SEVEN MEMBERS .of Ohio
State's 1952 Big Ten champion
swimming squad are on the team,
another record, while the total of
nine Mike Peppe-coached men
triples the previous mark of
three, also held by Peppe and the
Bucks in 1948.
P e p p e, a good swimming
coach, has a nationwide repu-
tation as a fine diver and div-
ing coach. In 1948 a Peppe pupil,
Bruce Harlan, won the three-
meter Olympic championship
and was second in the platform
event. This time, Peppe is
coaching the American Olym-
pic divers.
Ohio State's hope for an Olym-
pic diving championship this year
rests with Bob Clotworthy, an
outstanding artist. Miller Ander-
son and Jack Calhoun, two other
Ohio divers, alsodare on the
Olympic team. Anderson placed
second in the three-meter test in
1948.
* * *
IN THE track department no
CUSTOM
HAIRSTYLING
for Ladies!!
No Appointments Needed
Four Stylists
The Daseola Barbers
Near Michigan Theater

introduction is necessary for Mal
Whitfield, perhaps the most fam-
ous of many outstanding athletes
to carry the Ohio State banner in
Helsinki this summer.
Whitfield set an Olympic rec-
ord in London in 1948 when he
travelled the 800-meter dis-
tance in 1:49.2.
In qualifying for the 1952 Olym-
pic team by winning the 400-meter
and 800-meter events, Whitfield
The summer session in co-
operation with the Men's Phys-
ical Education Department is
offering a free golf clinic to
anyone interested. The first
meeting will be at the Univer-
sity Golf Course tomorrow at
7 p.m. Sessions will also be
held Monday and the following
Thursday, also at 7 p.m.
-Bert Katzenmeyer
gave notice to the world that he
was out to break two more records
in Helsinki.
A teammate, Gene Cole, finish-
ed second to Whitfield in the 400-

meter tryouts and also accompan-
ied the team to Finland as did
Assistant Olympic Track Coach
Larry Snyer.
SIX FAST swimmers make up
the bulk of the Ohio delegation.
Dick Cleveland, who plays second
fiddle to no one in the sprints ex-
cept Michigan State's C l a r k
Scholes, is on the squad as is the
master of the back strokers, Yoshi
Oyakawa. Oyakawa bettered an
Olympic record in winning the fin-
al heat of the 100-meter qualify-
ing sprint in Astoria ten days ago.
Ford Konno, 1500-meter and
400-meter free style; Jack Tay-
lor, second to Oyakawa in the
back stroke; Jerry Holan, 200-
meter breast stroke; and Frank
Dooley, 2O-meter free style,
were also outstanding in making
the Olympic team.
Cleveland and Konno, who were
suspended by the Big Ten for re-
turning to Hawaii last spring to
train for the Olympics, will fly
back to Ohio in time to enter the
second half of the University's
summer session.

Ex'M' Star
To Mentor
oAt Normial
YPSILANTI-OP)-Fred Trosko
who rebuilt Owosoo High School
into a football power, will try his
hand in college circles this fall-
as head coach at Michigan State
Normal College.
The appointment of Trosko, who
played halfback at the University
of Michigan in the late '30's, was
announced yesterday. He replaces
Harry Ockerman, who resigned
last month to enter private busi-
ness.
Trosko had coached at Owosso
for two years.
He took over a perenially-losing
team and coached it to an 8-0
record last year. Owosso, repre-
senting a town of only 15000 pop-
ulation was ranked fourth among
all the Class A Michigan school-
boy teams.
Michigan Normal has suffered
through two losing seasons com-
piling a 4-5 record!last fall and
3-6 in 1951.

3raves Rout
lD s,_10-3
CHICAGO - (AP) - The Boston
raves raced to their fifth straight
ictory by routing the Chicago
ubs, 10-3, before a Ladies' Day
irnout of 9,059 yesterday.
'The win gave pitcher Jim Wil-
on his eighth triumph after the
graves scored six runs in the
ifth inning on two singles, five
ealks and two of shortstop Roy
Inalley's three errors.
AP Briefs
'le S
WASHINGTON - (P) -- Mickey
Grasso, the Senators' fiery catch-
xr, let it be known yesterday that
e wants Washington fans to quit
ending him money.
Mickey was fined $100 for get-
ing into a rhubarb with the New
Fork Yankees July 4. His loyal
supporters came to his rescue and
)egan showering him with money.
11 of which Grasso said he ap-
reciated, but insisted on paying
lis own fine and returning the
%entributions.
* *t *
HELSINKI -(A )-- The Finnish
)rganizing committee didn't miss
many tricks when it set up ac-
commodations for the Olympic
dames.
Special beds were provided for
4[arcus Frieberger (6-10), Bob
urland (6-10 ) and others of
the United States basketball team.
The beds were wider than the gen-
eral issue and at 7-feet-6 are a full
root longer.
ST. LOUIS -()- Monte Irvin
thinks he will be able to pinch hit
for the New York Giants by Aug. 1.
Working out daily with the
club, Irvin now is able to put
pressure on the ankle he broke
at Denver, April 2. He is able to
get out of first speed and run
a little harder.
Irvin is unable to say when he
will be able to play regularly again
In left field.
DETROIT -(A')- Vonnie Colby
bf Sault Ste. Marie, at 20 the
youngest player in the tourney,
advanced for the second round of
the Women's Michigan Amateur
Championship yesterday by elim-
inating Janet Appelhof of Grand
Blanc 5 and 4.
MACKINAC ISLAND, Mich.-
(R)-Paul Smiley's 65-cutter,
Orient, won overall fleet honors
as well as victory in her own
cruising A class yesterday in the
28th Annual Port Huron to
Mackinac Yacht Race.

OLYMPIC ANTICS-Three of the four divers shown working out
at Astoria, Long Island made the American Olympic team. The
divers are (top to bottom): Samuel Lee, Pasadena, Calif; John
McCormack, also Pasadena; Bob Clotworthy, Ohio State; and
Dave "Skippy" Browning of Texas. McCormack didn't make it.
DaveyTo Face Basilio Again

LEAGUE I
(FINAL) W
Phi Delta Phi ......4
Delts .............3
Phi Gamma Delta ..2
Theta Delta ........1
Phi Kappa Tau ....0
* * *
LEAGUE II
(FINAL) W
Psychology ........5
Met. Lab ..........3
Physics ...........2
Pharmacy .........2
Dental Lab ........2
Chemistry .........1
* * *
LEAGUE III
w
Fletcher Hall .....4
Van Tyne .........3
Zeta Psi .........3
Social Research ....1
Chemistry "B" .....1
Scott House ........0
LEAGUE IV
w
Jokers ...........4
Bartenders ........3
Rod's Boys ........3
Hardrocks .........2
Air Force ..........0
Delta Sigma Phi ...0

Pet.
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Pct.
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CHICAGO- (P) -Undefeated
Chuck Davey, welterweight cham-
pionship contender, whose college
trained fists confuse opponents,
will resume unfinished beak-bust-
ing with' Carmen Basilio in the
Chicago Stadium tonight.
Their ten round battle has
been eagerly awaited since the
controversial "draw" verdict

when they fought in Syracuse,
N.. Y., .last .May .25. . Basilio,,
steaming with confidence, firm-
ly believes he will hand Davey
his first defeat in 35 bouts.
Basilio has fought 43 matches
since 1948 when he left military
service. Fifteen of 31 victories have
been knockouts. His record also
shows eight defeats and four
draws.

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