THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Y~ 19, THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Winners Tally in Final Frame To Take
6-5 Contest in Residence Halls Playoffs
'I' Sailing Club Advances
To Midwest Finals at OSU
The Michigan Sailing Club
traveled to Detroit last weekendto qualify for the semi-finals this
compete in the Area "A" elimina- weekend, also at Ohio State.
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Hinsdale of East Quad won the
"A" residence halls softball cham-
pionship last night by defeating
the "Big Red" of Gomberg, 6-5.
It was strictly a come-from-be-
hind victory for Hinsdale as Gom-
berg had moved ahead, 5-2, at the
end of the second inning. Hinsdale
tied the score in the last of the
The. all-campus individual
1-M Golf Championship will be
played today at 1:30: p.m. on
the University Course.
The 16 qualifiers were chosen
from the I-M team tournament
two weeks ago, also at the Uni-
A score of 83 or lower was
needed to qualify for the tour-
fourth and punched across a single
tally in the bottom half of the
sixth to take the championship
home to East Quad.
} Jim Strathman opened the big
sixth for Hinsdale by striking out;
but when the "Big Red" catcher
dropped the third strike, Strath-
man out-legged the throw to first.
r Dick McCoy, attempting to sacri-
Ace the runner to second, was safe
on an error.
Wild Pitch Follows
A wild pitch followed, and Gom-
berg pitcher Gary Joachim inten,
tionally walked Bill Bennet to fill
the sacks. Lauri Kallic then
bounced one back to Joachim who
threw to the place forcing Strath-
The man of the hour was Jerry
Kuck, who had previously hit a
two-run homer in the first. He
singled past the first sacker into
right field to score the winning
Win in Golf
Michigan's women proved to be
tough customers in golf last Sat-
urday as 'they whipped Michigan
State and Bowling Green in two
separate, matches over the Uni-
The Wolverine 'A' squad, com-
posed of just two players, Linda
Nordyke and Ellen Orenstein, beat
Michigan State 6-0, while the 'B'
team walloped Bowling Green,
The meet was divided into 'A'
and 'B' divisions because MSU
only brought two players while
Bowling Green had four. Oppos-
ing those. four were Sharon Van
Daalen, Ellen Kaufman, Joan
Keevil, and Genella Williamson
of the host squad.
Miss Nordyke shot a 94 for
medalist honors in the meet,
which was a good score consid-
ering the bad weather conditions
that the girls played under.
Gomberg opened fast in the first
inning with three hits and four
runs highlighted by Steve Kerho's
booming round-tripper. The "Big
Reds" added another tally in the
second but then were through for
the evening as Hinsdale pitcher
McCoy proceeded to retire 12 of
the last 14 Gomberg batsmen.
Hinsdale Stopiped Till Fourth
After Kuck's home run in the
first, Hinsdale was able to do little
until the fourth. The first man up
in the fourth grounded out and
then Jim Litwin beat out an in-
field roller to second. He stole sec-
ond base and came home on
Strathman's infield single that
bounced off the pitcher's glove into
Bennet .drew a, free pass and
Kallio drove one past the. center
fielder for three bases to score
the tieing runs.
Hinsdale almost pulled it out in
the fifth. An error and a sacrifice
put a man in scoring position.
However, Joachim got tough and
retired the next two men on easy
McCoy was the winning pitcher
for Hinsdale and Joachim the
loser for Gomberg.
Despite the loss of the "A" soft-
ball championship, the Gomberg
"B" team was victorious and won
their championship over Cooley,
12-6. Cooley was defending cham-
pions in both the "A" and "B"
Gomberg had already clinched
first place in the residence halls
race. It's loss to Hinsdale did
nothing more than to deprive them
of another title to add to their
collection for the year.
I-M Softball Scores
"A" RESIDENCE HALLS
Cooley 11, Anderson S
Strauss 10, Hayden 8
Reeves 18, Taylor 12
Sigma Phi Epsilon 14, Lambda Chi
"B" RESIDENCE HALLS
Gomberg 12, Cooley 6 (Champion-
Van Tyne 15, Chicago 12
Kelsey 9, Reeves 0 (forfeit)
Theta Delta Chi 35, Theta Chi 7
Kappa sigma 9, Psi Upsilon 5
Lion for the Midwest Sailing
Both the "A" and "B" teams
qualified for the Championships to
be held at Ohio State next week-
end. Chief sailer for the "A" divi-
sion was Dexter Thede and in the
"B" division it was Otto Scherer.
Only one man sails each boat, with
the help of a crew.
'A' and'B' Had Crew
The crew for both "A" and "B"
consisted of John Goldsmith, Bob
Martin, and Timmy Schneider.,
Also held last weekend in De-
troit were the quarterfinals for the
Pan-American games to be held
later this summer. Eight represen-.
tatives entered this mono-elimina-
tion (one sailor) to see who would
Only Two Could Qualify
From these eight single boats
only two were eligible to move into
Michigan's Thede and Gold-
smith won the positions for the
Wblverines, completely a highly
successful weekend excursion for
the Sailing Club.
The sailors only hope that they
can do as well next week at Ohio
State and bring back the Midwest
Championship. to Ann Arbor, thus
adding to the many laurels which
the Sailing Club has won this year.
It would also be a feather in the
cap of the boys if they could quali-
fy for the Pan-American games,
giving them a chance to prove
I-M ACTION-A Gomberg base runner is out in a close play at
first in last night's "A" softball residence hall championship
game. This picture seems typical of the night for the "Big Red"
as they dropped a frustrating 6-5 tilt to Hinsdale in the last inning.
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FRATERNITY TEAM WINS EXHIBITION:
Zetes Go to Prison for a Ball Game
F - -
By MIKE GILLMAN
Zeta Psi's softball team played
an exhibition game last Sunday
with one of the few teams in the
area that always has the advan-
tage of the home field, the Milan
The contest provided an after-
noon of diversion for the inmates
of the federal correctional institu-
tion, in a place where diversion is
hard to come by. The Zetes (re-
ferred to by the spectators as
"civilians") won the game by a
9-5 score. The big blow for the
visitors was a last-inning round
tripper by Pete Brechemin.
In recent years, weekend con-
tests such as this have become the
social event of the week for the
residents of the "Milan Hotel."
Under directign of John White-
head, recreation director of the
prison, the sports program has
grown, and a. number of good
teams have been developed.
A Guard Speaks
According to a long-time guard,
the present aggregation is just
Collins, Pomeroy Lead
In Qualifying for U.S. Open,
And to prove that college
coaches aren't the only ones with
personal problems, he added, "At
one time we had a great team. We
had a streak-of 10 straight week-
end wins. But unfortunately, all
the players 'graduated'."
Despite this problem, there is
never a lack of manpower at
Milan because just as many
"freshman" come in as "gradu-
ates" go out; and the baseball
field is the only place where steal-
ing is still allowed, even if it's only
Fans Not All Partisan
Surprisingly enough, the fans
aren't all partisan. The Zetes
found this out when half, of the
inmates came to the visiting
squad's bench and started rooting
for the fraternity team.
The reason for this came out
later when one inmate yelled,
"Get a hit, you civilian. I've got
15 cigarettes bet on you!"
As the Ann Arborites walked off
the field with the win, the guard
on gate duty bade them good-bye
and said, "You'd be welcome to
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LIGHT IN WEIGHT
By The Associated Press
Bill Collins of Lutherville, Md.,.
a touring pro, and Ewing Pomn-
eroy, 45-year-old club pro of At-
lanta led district qualifying for
the U. S. Open Golf Tournament
yesterday with 36-hole scores of
Collins, who was on the verge
of quitting the circuit earlier this
year because of poor play, put to-
gether rounds of 67 and 68 over
the par 71 Little Rock Country
Club to pace a strong field in the.
Collins and Pomeroy were
among the 2,333 golfers seeking
428 places in 57 scattered local'
centers. All of yesterday's quali-
fiers must go to the tee again June
1 to try to make the starting field
for the championship at Winged
Foot in Mamaroneck, N. Y., June
Collins won his first big time
tournament victory in March, the
$20,000 New Orleans Open. Until
then, he had contemplated quit-
ting the tough tournament cir-
There were some illustrious
failures. Big George Bayer, rated
the game's longest hitter, missed
at Little Rock as did Fred Haas,
Jr., Joe Kirkwood,dJr., Don Bis-
plinghoff and Dave Ragan.
Bob Sweeny, former British
Amateur Champion, and long-
hitting Jimmy Thomson missed
out at East Williston, N.Y., where
Tom Strafaci of Brooklyn set the
pace for 16 qualifiers with a score
of 71-71-142, over the Deepdale
and Wheatley Hills courses.
Others to qualify at Little Rock
included Al Balding, Canada's
perennial professional champion.
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