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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Volverines

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Notre

Dame,

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Struczewski for the force, but the
latter's relay to first was high, al-
lowing Graney to score.
Mitchell was the only pitcher of
the three hurlers working In the
40-degree weather yesterday who
showed much control.
Both starters, Brefeld of Mich-
igan and Scrivanich of Notre
Dame, weren't missing the plate
by much, but they were missing.
The Wolverine lefthander walked
nine men while going the distance
for the first time this season, and
Scrivanich passed seven.
Brefeld's walks and four Michi-
gan errors, along with an occa-
sional timely single, sent the Irish
off to their early 8-4 lead.
Notre Dame needed only one
hit, a single by centerfielder Gene
Duffy, in. a four-run first inning,
featured by, four bases on balls
and four errors. Three of the runs
were earned, despite the rash of
miscues.
Danny Hagan and Dick Selcer
walked and-each advanced a base
when Brefeld threw wildly past
second while attempting to pick
off. Hagan. Duffy then singled to,
right to chase in one run. Another
scored and Duffy took third when
right fielder Halstead's throw to
second was high.
After another walk, Duffy tal-
lied while the) usually sharp-
fielding Kucher booted, then
threw ' away, Jack Gentempo's
ground ball. Another walk loaded
the bases and a flyhball brought
in the last';rum of the inning.
The Wolverines came back to
tie it up with two-run first and
second .innings. In the initial
frame, Wilber Franklin beat out
an infield hit and scored when
Scrivanich walked the next three
batters. .Jack Mogk's infield hit
brought in another run.
Brefeld, who had, three hits in
three official appearances, doubled
to open the second inning. Singles
by Gene Struczewski and Frank-
lin' and' a double play completed
that two-run outburst.
The Irish' pulled out in front
again with four runs in the third,
scoring them on two bases on balls
and five singles.
Michigan began its late drive
with a run in the fifth on a walk,

wild pitch, and Roman's single.
Three more markers came in the
sixth on Brefeld's single, a walk,
and the RBI hits by Franklin and
Roman. Then Mitchell came on
to squelch Michigan's bid to go
ahead.
Brefeld, after allowing eight
runs in the first three innings,
might have been yanked by Mich-
igan coach Don Lund, except that
Lund was intent on having avail-
Able as much of his pitching staff
as possible for this weekend's cru-
cial Conference games at Illinois
and Purdue.
After the third, Brefeld settled
down and pitched good baseball
over the rest of the distance, al-
lowing only two hits and the un-
earned run.
Lund has, named Gordon Rin-
ckey to pitch against the second-
place Illini at Champaign today.
Nick Liakonis and probably Bob
Marcereau will go. in tomorrow's
doubleheader at Lafayette against
the last-place Boilermakers.
Currently in a fourth-place tie
2% games out of the lead, Michi-
gan needs victories in all three
games to stay in contention for
the Big Ten championship.
Tough One

STARTING CHUCKER - Michigan will attempt to get back on
the win trail, today as they travel to Champaign, Illinois. Gor-
don Rinekey will toss for the Wolverines as they attempt to
recoup against Illinois after yesterday's 9-8 loss to Notre Dame.
WARM-UP FOR SATURDAY:
Golfers1To Frosh Again
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NOTRE DAME
Hagan, 3b
Selcer, 2b
Duffy, cf
Carretta, lb
Gentempo, s
Graney, If
Broemmel, rf
Wojcik, c
Scrimnich, p
Mitchlel, p
TOTALS
MICHIGAN
Struczewski, s!'
Franklin, If
'Roman, lb
Brown, 3b
Dickey, e
Halstead, rf
Mogk, ef
Kucher, 2b
Brefeld, p
TOTALS,

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Michigan's varsity warmed up
for Saturday's final home meet
yesterday by again whipping the
freshmen golfers 111%-3% -on a
cold blustery day at the University
course.
The scores were surprisingly
good considering the bad weather
conditions, as Larry Markman led
the winners with a sparkling two
over par 37-37-74, good for
medalist. honors.
MSU Star
T ,urns Pro
By The Associated Press
Michigan State was dealt a blow
in the Big Ten baseball stretch
drive with yseterday's signing by
the Cleveland Indians of Spartan
centerfielder Al Luplow, who has
five homers for the season.
Luplow is reported to have
signed, with the Indians for an
amount well over $25,000. The na-
tive of Saginaw, Mich., was also a
star halfback for the Spartans
and had two more years of eligi-
bility left.
Top Major League Batters

By GARY WRIGHT
Michigan's tennis team, cur-
rently on top in the Big Ten, faces,
Illinois today in what should prove
to be the Wolverine's biggest test
of the campaign.
The match, being held in Cham-
paign, will be Michigan's last dual
outing of the season. The netters
are seeking their fifth consecutive
dual-match' victory this spring.
'M' Pacesetters
Pacing the Wolverines will be
Captain Jon Erickson and sopho-
more Gerry Dubie, both of whom
turned in sparkling performances
Tuesday against Michigan. State..
Erickson stopped Bill Hotchkiss,
6-3, 6-2; and Dubie defeated Dave
Smith by the same score.
Bob Sassone turned in his usual
steady game as he defeated Foster
Hoffman, 6-4, 6-4, in the third
singles, In Erickson, Dubie, and
Sassone, Murphy has one 'of the
best one, two three punches in the
league.
Unbeaten Doubles
In the doubles Erickson and
Dubie will be at their usual num-
ber one spot. This pair has yet to
have been beaten in Big Ten com-
petition. In the second doubles
Murphy will have Zaitzeff and
Peacock, and in the third doubles
Sassone and Gorden.
Coach "Howie" Braun of Illinois
commented earlier this season,
"We'll have a hard time equalling
last year's record of 16-1 (Their
only loss was to North Carolina),
but we should have another fairly
strong team."
Leading the "fairly strong" Illini
will be Captain Al Holtmann who
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has been elevated by Braun into
the number one singles spot left
vacant by the graduation of for-
mer captain Carl Noble. Last year
in hissecond singles match, he
was defeated by John Harris of
the "M' squad, 6-2, 6-1.
However, Holtmann teamed up
with Noble to stop Michigan's
number one doubles team of Harris
and Erickson. In his first two years
as a varsity netter he compiled a
fine 29-3 dual-match record.
Returning Lettermen
Breckenridge, George Gilmore,
and Joe Epkins are other return-
ing lettermen. Breckenridge, who
has nearly equalled Holtman's two
year record, ,will be, playing num-
ber two singles. As a sophomore he
won 16 of his 17 matches and was
almost as effective last spring.
Last spring the Illini handed
Michigan its first conference de-
feat in four years to the tune of
6-3. Both Erickson and Sassone
will. be seeking revenge as they
dropped their singles matcheshto
Illini netters last spring.
Erickson lost to Noble, 6-1, 6-2;
and Sassone was defeated by Bob
Breckenridge, 0-6, 6-4, 6-4.

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Captain Ray Lovell followed
with 38-37-75, Pat Keefe had
36-40-76, and sophomore John
Everhardus had 39-38-77, includ-
ing the hole of the day, an eagle
two on the par four 16th, where
he knocked in a wedge shot.
The remaining varsity member
in the five-man meet, Larry White,
shot a 48 and then was forced to
retire from competition, thus giv-
ing his opponent three of the 3%/
points that the Frosh won.
The other half point was gar-
nered by Tom Ahern as his 40 on
the back nine tied Keefe. Ahern
had a 38 on the front for his 79.
Other freshmen scores were
Tom Wilson, 40-39-79; Bill Yates,
41-41-82; Bob Kohrman, 41-42-
83; and Cliff Marks, 44-42-86.
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer was
pleased with the scores of his
somewhat makeshift lineup, as
Chuck Blackett, Joe Brisson, and
Dick Youngberg, three of the top
six, didn't play.
"Markman's 74 was encouraging,
and so was Keefe's 76," said Kat-
zenmeyer, "I was happy to see
them both come down."
"Everhardus' 77 also showed
that he's coming down, and he is
still under serious consideration
for the first team," stated the
coach. "His shot on sixteen was
the shot of the day."
The players' showing against the
Frosh certainly proved that they
are capable of turning in good
scores, especially in bad weather.
They will have one more chance
to prove themselves before the Big
Ten Meet May 22-23, when they
entertain Michigan State, Detroit,
and Wisconsin in a quadrangular
meet this Saturday.

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NOTRE DAME 404 000 100- 8 0
MICHIGAN 220 103 000-8 13 5
Doubles-Brefeld, Graney, Dickey.
SB-Brown. Left on base -- Notre
Dame 9, Michigan 8.
PITCHING SUMMARY
I-H BB SOR ER
Scrivaanich 5Y 1Q 7 4 8 7
Mitchell (W) 3% 3 0 5 0 0
Brefeld (L) S 9 3 1 5 7

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I ..Major League Standings,

AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE

AMERICAN
Player & Club
Kuenn, Detroit
Fox, Chicago
Kaline, Detroit
MaCs, K. C.
Colavito, Cleveland

LEAGUE
G Ala R H Pct.
21 83 12 33 .398
28 117 14 42 .359
27 111 12 39 .351
26 102 20 35 .343
25 100 17 33 .330

Clevelanu
Chicago
Baltimorei
Washington
Kansas City
Bgston
New York
Detroit

W L Pet.
16 9 .640
17 11.67
15 13 .536
15 15 .500
12 14 .462
12 15 .444
11 14 .440
10 17 .370

GB
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3%
4%
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x-Los Angeles
San Francisco
Cincinnati
Chicago
x-Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
St. Louis
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17 10
18 13
16 13
15 13
16 16
13 14
11 17
10 20

Pet.
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.581
.552
.536
.500
.481
.393
.333

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Kansas City 2, Baltimore 1
Detroit 4, Washington 2
Chicago 14; Boston 6'
(Only games scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Kansas City at Washington (N)
Detroit at Baltimore '(N)
lereland at. Boston (N)
Chicago- at New York (NS)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 8, Philadelphia
Cincinnati 2, Chicago
Milwaukee 8, St. Louis 7
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (In

HOME RUNS
Killebrew, Washington 12
Jensen, Boston 8
Colavito, Cleveland 8
Maris, Kansas City 8
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player & Club G AB R H Pet.
Aaron, Milwaukee 26 110 21 53 .482
Burgess, Pittsburgh 25 80 10 33 .413
Temple, Cincinnati 28 115 22 40 ,348
Mays, San Fr'isco 29 118 24 40 .339
HOME RUNS
Mathews, Milwaukee 13
Banks, Chicago 8
Robinson, Cincinnati 8
Demeter, Los Angeles 8
Aaron, Los Angeles 9

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TODAY'S GAMES
Cincinnati at San Francisco'
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N)
(Only games scheduled)

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