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THE MICHIGAN DAILY RATURDAY, APML I
~:e :..L4Brown Spearheads Heavy Hitin ttac
___________AN As Liakonis, Marcereau Shut O ut Huro,

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NOT THIS TIME-Michigan's Nick Liakonis (sliding) had his
magic spell over Eastern Michigan at a momentary halt when
he tried to outdo catcher John Murray at the plate. Liakonis still
had a successful day by leading a second-inning hit attack and
pitching five shutout frames.
AT COLUMBUS:
'M' Varsity, Freshmen
Seek Ohio Relays Titles

own cause by smashing a long
triple some 370 feet into the depths
of right-center field..
Liakonis came home with the
Wolverines' fourth and final run
of the inning on a wild pitch. Nix,
obviously disturbed by the pro-
ceedings, had let loose a high fast
'M' Golffers-
At Detro it
For Opener
Michigan's golfers will try to re-
peat last year's opening match
victory over the University of De-
troit when they begin the regular
season today against the Titans
at the Grosse Ile Country Club.
The Wolverines, who won two
out of three pre-season matches
on their annual spring trip,
whipped U-D, 22-5, on the Uni-
versity course. last year. Michigan
also beat Detroit, 28-8, at Grosse
Ile later in the season as part of
a triangular meet with Michigan
State.
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer said
the Michigan lineup will consist
of Capt. Ray Lovell, playing num-
ber one man; lettermen Chuck
Blacketi, and Pat Keefe playing
number two and three, respective-
ly; sophomore Joe Brisson, num-
ber four; Larry Markman, a
junior, number five; and another
soph, Dick Youngberg, playing
number six.
"We don't know a thing about
Detroit," said the coach. "We're
just going up there to play and
find out what they have."
H I LLEL PLAYERS
present
ARIA RA CAPO
and
TWO SLATTERNS
AND A KING
by
Edna St. Vincent Millay
SUNDAY, April 17, 7 P.M.
No Charge-
Hillel Foundation
1429 Hill Street

ball that ricocheted wildly off the
backstop.
In the third inning, Nix once
again tried to tame the Wolver-
ines, but was greeted by a booming
triple off the bat of Jack Mogk:.
Bill Roman, the next batter,
drilled a hard grounder to Huron
second baseman Berrington, who
made a fine pickup, but threw the
ball past the first baseman. Mogk
scored on the play.
Dave Brown followed with a
smash down the third base line,
which scored Roman, and Nix was
on his way to an early shower.
His successor to the mound, Bob
Boissoneau, had control trouble
and departed after he pitched just
two-thirds of an inning. Bois-
soneau gave up four walks and
two more runs.
The Wolverines stirred up things
again in the sixth inning-this
time against Huron sophomore
Ron Gulyas. Mogk and Roman
laced line singles just out of the
infield and Brown followed with
a two-base hit down the left field
line, scoring Mogk.
Halstead climaxed the rally with
a two-run single, driving both
Brown and Roman home. In the
seventh, Michigan added a final

run off the fourth Eastern Michi-
gan pitcher, Don Peters, when sub-
stitute Terry Ziegler singled to
score Barry Marshall, another re-
placement, from second.
"The boys are starting to loosen
up at the plate," said a smiling
Lund after the game, "and their
hitting today showed it."
It was obvious to all present
that the Wolverines were hitting
the ball with much more authority
than they had in previous home
contests.
"The foul balls even seemed

Power,

EASTERN MICH.
Otto, it'
Berrington, 2b
Duffield, 3b
Mathews, 1b
Shonta, Cf
Kubiak, ss
Bechtal, rf
Murray, c
Nix, j
Boissoneau, p
Gulyas, p
Peters, p
TOTALS
MICHIGAN
Struczewskl, ss
Ziegler, ss
Mogk, cf
Roman,1b
Brown, 3b
Fead, 3b

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Prevails
Franklin, If
Halstead, rf
Danovich, rt
Syring, c
Kucher, 2b
Marshall, 2b
Liakonis, p
Marceroau, p
TOTALS
EASTERN MICH.
MICHIGAN

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more impressive today," one ob-
server remarked
The Wolverines sent several line
shots just foul down the left field
line and left-handed batters Ro-
man and F'ranklin hit tremendous
smashes deep into foul territory
in right field that would have
been -easy home runs had they
remained fair.
Outfielder John Danovich, third
baseman George Fead, and short-
stop Ziegler all saw action on the
home diamond for the first time
this year.

2B - Brown, Franklin. 3B -- Mogk,
Liakonis. SB -- Mogk, Danovich.
PITCHING SUMMARY
IP H BB SO R ER
Nix (iLO) 2 1-3' 4 2 1 6 2
Boissoneau 2-3 1 4 1 2 1
Guayas 3 6 0 2 3 3
Peters 2 2 1 0 1 1
Liakonis (WP) 5 4 1 4 0 0
Marcereau 4 1 1 2 0 0

ICOMIE To CHRCH ir

By GARY WRIGHT
The star-studded, 17th annual
Ohio Relays get under way this
afternoon at Columbus with Mich-
igan installed as a heavy pre-
meet favorite in several events.
Ohio State's Glenn Davis heads
the individual field which includes
many of the nation's top track and
field stars. Davis will compete in
the 400-meter race against Pitts-
burgh's Mel Barnwell, who beat
him in the 300-yd. dash at the
Michigan State Relays earlier this
year.
Tom Robinson, Michigan's Big
Ten indoor 60- and 300-yd. dash
champion, will lead his teammates
by running anchor legs in the 440.
880, and mile relays.
Bird, Seth Join Robinson
Robinson, the Nassau flash, will
be joined by his Caribbean allies,
Les Bird of Antigua and Tony
Seth of British Guiana. Bird, the
Big Ten indoor broadjump cham-
pion, will run a leg of the sprint
medley relay as well as his jump
specialty. Seth, the Conference
880 champion, is scheduled to
carry the baton in a leg of the
sprint medley and mile relays.
Eeles Landstrom and Capt.
Mamon Gibson meet the top pole
vaulter in the nation, Bob Gutow-
ski, in their favorite event. Gu-

towski has cleared 15'9%", but was
denied the NCAA and American
records due to a technicality.
The Wolverines look best in the
relays-440 through the mile. John
Gregg, Pete Stanger, Dick Cephas.
and Robinson will run the 440-yd.
relay with Gregg, Cephas and
Robinson doubling up with Don
Chalfant in the 880-yd. foursome.
Regular Foursome Runs
Michigan's mile relay quartet
will include Robinson, Cephas,
Seth and Bryan Gibson.
Coach Don Canham also will get
a look at several freshmen, includ-
ing Dick Rau, who has cleared 24'
in the broad jump; Ergas Leps,
who set several freshman indoor
records and will compete in the
1,000-yd. run; and Tom Seifert,
who threw the 12-lb. shot put
better than 60' in high school.
Also competing in the shot put
is sophomore Ray Locke, also a
60-footer in high school, who pres-,
ently is ineligible.
No team score will be kept.
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