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Michigan Loses to Detroi4 9-

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(Continued from Page 1)
The Titans had opened the
scoring in the second with two
singles, a walk and a double off
Dennis McGinn who started and
pitched the first four innings for
the Wolverines. These three runs
along with their other six all came
after two were out.
On four different occasions
Michigan hurlers got the first two
Detroit batters only to have the
Titans battle back and score.
The Wolverines tied the score
briefly in the fourth when Dave
Brown and Wilbur Franklin
matched singles and Jim Dickey
was hit by one of Mettie's pitches
to fill the bases. John Halstead
then smashed a hard grounder
that Titan third baseman Tom
Condron failed to handle. Brown
and Franklin raced home on'the
error.
Dickey Ties Score
Syring followed with a high fly
to deep left field and Dickey trot-
ted home with the tying run.
But Michigan's offensive show-
ing on the whole was just a series
of misses. The Wolverines had men
on base in eight of the 'nine innings
but scored only once as their bats
turned as cold as the 400 tempera-
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Bright spots in an otherwise
bleak afternoon for the Michigan
nine was the performance of its
sophomores who performed ade-
quately if not as spectacularly as
their Titan counterparts.
Franklin Hits Two
Franklin, who played his first
game in a Michigan uniform,
singled his first two times at the
plate and scored one of the Michi-
gan runs. In addition the speed
which he displayed both on the
basepaths and in the field, should
be a valuable addition to the Wol-
verine offense and defense.
Yearlings Halstead and Syring
each had a single in their home
varsity debuts. Barry Marshall,
sophomore second baseman, failed
to get a hit, but he made the long-
est out possible in the park. He
blasted a long drive to straight-
away center field that Titan out-
fielder Dagaunno caught at the
380-ft. mark.
McGinn, the fifth soph in the
starting lineup, gave up three runs
and four hits in his four inning
stint. But if it wasn't for a bloop
Texas League he might have got-
ten away without giving up a run.
Brown Stands Out
Among the . several returnees
from last year's squad, Dave Brown
stood out the most. The junior
who played third base yesterday
and all last season, but may be
switched to the outfield,, had two
hits in three trips and his hustling
play around the hot corner was
noticeable.
The defeat also spoiled the home
debut for the Wolverine's new
head coach Don Lund. Yesterday
was the first time in 39 years that
a Michigan team played at Ferry
Field without the direction of re-
tired coach Ray Fisher.
Obviously disappointed at the
conclusion of the game, Lund said,
"We still have a lot of work to do.
Several of the same mental mis-
takes we made in Florida showed
up again in today's game."
Lund was referring to several
fielding and baserunning mental
miscues his team made in addition
to three regular errors.
The Michigan team record now
stands at 1-7., But as Lund com-

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APRIL 13, 1959

By AL JONES
Daily Sports Editor
The Board in Control of Inter-
collegiate Athletics passed what
was in effect an approval of a new
Rose Bowl contract yesterday.
In its monthly meeting the
Board voted to approve the West-
ern Conference action to negotiate
for a renewal of the bowl agree-
ment on similar terms that have
prevailed for the past 13 years.
The Big Ten's Rose Bowl status
has been in question since the
Pacific Coast Conference folded
after last season. However,- the
newly formed Association on the
coast has expressed its desire to
play the Big Ten, and if other
Big Ten schools also approve the
pact it will become official.
WCHL Delegate Approved
The Board also voted to send 'a
representative to a meeting of the
newly-formed Western Collegiate
Hockey League later this month.
The group will meet in Minne-
apolis April 25-26 to preview terms
for the league agreement.
Professor Stanley V. Kinyon,
faculty representative of the Uni-
versity of Minnesota and also
president of the six-member
hockec league, has called the
meeting hoping to come to some
agreement between the schools.
Michigan's Board previously
voted not to join the group under
present conditions, but it is
thoght that the Wolverines will
join if recruiting and scholastic
agreements to their liking can be
obtained.
Kaseberg Resigns
The Board also accepted the
resignation of Harry Kaseberg as
manager of the Michigan golf
course. He will take a position in
Kalamazoo with a course there.
Jack Blott, former football line
coach, has been appointed to re-
place.Kaseberg as manager of the
golf course. Blott will also be man-
ager of the "M" ice rink.
In other action the Board voted'
against two other Western Cdnfer-
ence proposals. The first was a
recruiting provision to allow one
paid visit of a prospective athlete
to the campus, and the second was
to lower the age limit of aliens
from 20 to 19 years of age.
The decision on such proposals
hinges on the number of schools
in the league that vote for or
against them. Such tabulation of
votes is usually taken at the next
Conference meeting when all fac-
ulty representatives report how
their respective school boards have
voted.

mented afterward, "We still have
fine potential and just may round
into shape." Looking at some of
the potentially powerful bats that
are in the Wolverine lineup, one
definitely has to take Lund seri-
ously and perhaps by the time the
Big Ten season opens two weeks
from today they may have finally
come to life.

THE FIRST OF MANY?-Michigan sophomore Wilbur Franklin slides safely into home under the
tag of Detroit's Jack Jacobs in yesterday's home opener. The Titans smothered the Wolverines
with a 12-hit attack, 9-3. Franklin scored his first run ever in a Michigan uniform and is pegged
as a brilliant prospect. Versatile, he can play- infield, outfield or catch.

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