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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Philadelphia Pitcher Visits
Former Baseball Coach

By FRED KATZ
It's news when a Michigan State
alumnus attends a Wolverine foot,
ball practice session-a week after
the Michigan-MSU clash.
It's even bigger new: when that
alumnus turns out to be Robin
Roberts, great pitcher of the Phil-
adelphia Phillies.
Roberts, a close friend of retired
Michigan baseball coach Ray Fish-
er, went virtually unnoticed at grid
rehearsals Thursday.
Guest of Fisher
The National League star of the
past several years is in town this
weekend as a house guest of Fish-
er, the man to whom Roberts has
given the greatest credit for his
meteoric success in the big time.
"I pitched against Ray and
Michigan in, 1946, and asked him
then if 1 could go with him to Ver-
mont to play in a summer league
designed especially for college stu-
dents," said Roberts.
"He had a rough season his first
year," recalls Fisher, "winning 11
and losing nine. But he really
came through the summer of '47,
posting an 18-3 mark."
The '1-year-old Fisher and the
32-year-old Roberts form a re-
freshing mutual admiration so-
ciety.
"Opportunity to pitch regularly
for a guy like Ray was what made
me a pitcher," Roberts exclaimed.
"He certainly helped me, too,"
Fisher volunteered, "-by winning
all the time!"
'Cage Scholarship'
Oddly enough, Roberts never
pitched before he arrived at State.
He enrolled in the school because

of a basketball scholarship.
Also watching the Wolverines
go through their paces was a
rugged, red-headed eight-year-old
named Robin, Jr,
"My boy's also a pitcher," said
the elder Roberts. And added with
a certain tinge of pride, "And a
switch-hitter, too."
"Not too many of us left, you
know. Just Mantle, Schoendienst
and I."
"Don't forget Philley (Dave),"
corrected Robin, Jr., who obviously
has learned his diamond lessons
well.
Roberts won 17 ahd lost 14 for
the last place Phillies during the
past season .

Detroit
Victorious
in NBA Tilt,
By The Associated Press
Led by George Yardley and
Walter Dukes, the Detroit Pistons
swept past the stunned Minneap-
olis Lakers, 110-87 in an NBA ex-
hibition game- at Olympia Sta-
dium last night.
In the Pistons only pre-season
game to be played in.Detroit, the
Pistons cams, from behind in the
third period to, beat the Lakers.
Yardley sank eight straight shots
to put Detroit ahead for keeps be-
fore 2700 fans.'
Seven foot Dukes and Yardley
each had 18 points with Earl
Lloyd sinking 17 for the Motor
City group.. High man for the
Lakers was Jim Krebs who had 20
points.
All-American Elgin Baylor from
Seattle was held to three points.
by the sharpened Detroit defense.
In the only other exhibition
game, the Syracuse Nationals
slipped past the New York Knick-
erbockers, 124-115.
Dolph Schays was high man for
the Nats with 28 points while
Richie Guaerin.was top man for
the Knickerbockers with 21
points.
The Nats led at halftime 59-50
and were never in danger during
the NBA exhibition contest.
Scheduled to hit the exhibition
trail tomorrow is Philadelphia
who will battle the champion St.
Louis Hawks in the Washington
University Field House..
Hockey games will pit Montreal
at Bostori, New York at Detroit
and Toronto at Chicago.'

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ROBIN ROBERTS
. . visits coach

I-M ACTIVITY:
Co ecight starts.Twentieth Year

Tie twentieth year of the weeklyf
co-recreation program of the in-
tranmural athletic department be-
gan last night for Michigan stu-
dents and faculty.;
Facilities. are available for both
men and women from 7-:30-10
p.m. each Friday evening during
the academic year.
The program originated spon-'
taneously in 1939 when a frater-
nity asked for permission to com-3
pete against a sorority in volley-'
ball.
"This was so successful," said
I-M director Earl Riskey, "that it
just expanded naturally to the
level we have now attained."
Participants will find swimming,
generally the most popular, along,
with gymnastics, badminton, pad-
BritishLose
Earl Lead
InGolf Test
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland () -
New Zealand, the United States
and Australia - three nations
who imported golf from Scotland
-routed Britain out of first place
yesterday in the World Amateur
Championship.
The old course of St. Andrews
finally calmed down, .,making
weather and playing conditions
more like home for the four-man
teams from Australia, New Zea-
land, America, and scores im-
proved with the weather.
New Zealand First
The New Zealand team threw
the hardest block. Bob Charles
shot a 76. John Durry, 22-year-
old golf club maker, shot a 77. Ed
MacDougall had a 72 and Stew-
art Jones an 80.
Only the three best scores each
day for each team are counted in
this brand new competition for
the Eisenhower trophy and this
left the New Zealanders with 225
strokes for the day and a 54-hole
aggregate of 687.
U.S. Holds Second
The United States, also with a
three-man best score of 225,
moved into second place with a
690 total. Australia,posting a 221
for yesterday's third round, edged
into a third place tie with Britain
at 691. The British scored 230 yes-,
terday.

dleball, squash, basketball and, of
course, volleyball.'
In addition, top varsity athletes
are on hand to provide assistance
for those desiring to improve their
skills in a particular sport.
Wolfgang Dozauer, outstanding
Michigan gymnast, is on hand to
assist trampolinists. Tony Tash-
nick, NCAA butterfly champion,
instructs in his specialties as well
as other phases of the aquatic
sport.
* S *
Independent Play
All independent teams are in-
vited to sign up for volleyball with-
in the next week. Teams in the
independent division are allowed
to compete in as many or as few
sports as they so desire.
Riskey reports an all time re-
cord of 24 Independent squads
playing football this fall.
Basketball Tournament
Special events on tap for the
coming week is the i-M single
elimination "21" basketball tour-
nament which begins Monday and
the cross country track meet Oct.
16 at the golf course.
The "21" tourney is an all-
campus affair and hopefuls may
enter merely by calling the I-M
building or going there in person.
* * *
Gomberg Wins Track
All but one of the 21 undergrad
residence halls competed in Tues-
day's outdoor track meet in which
Gomberg emerged victorious.
Bernie Bildman of Reeves was
the meet's only double winner with
triumphs in the broad jump and
100-yd. dash. His distance in the
former was 18'7x/2", and he sped
through the dash in 11.1 seconds.

Other winners were: Shot put,
Terry Traverthen (Hayden),
39'11"; 65 - yd. high hurdles,
George Babcock (Chicago), 10.0;
mile, Pete Matudas (Gomberg
4:57.8 who also holds the I-M all-
time record in that event; 440-yd.
dash, Jerry Londal (Gomberg),
55.1; 880-yd. run, Bill Dougall
(Van Tyne) 2:10.9; 65-yd. low
hurdles, Max Bishop (Lloyd), 9.6;
high jump, Bob Gelives (Ander-
son) 5'7"; and pole vault, Doug
Beyerlin (Gomberg) 9'.
DaVis Cup
tenniss tars
Eliminated
MEXICO, CITY ()) - Davis
Cup players Mal Anderson of Aus-
tralia and Alex Olmedo of Peru
were eliminated yesterday in
quarterfinal matches of the Pan
American Tennis Tournament.
They were the last foreigners in
men's singles competition, which
means a Mexican will win the
championship for the first time in
many years.
Anderson was beaten by Este-
ban Reyes 13-11, 6-3, 7-5.
Olmedo, member of the U.S.
team, was downed by Francisco
Contreras 2-6, 4-6, 10-8, 7-5.
Mario Llamas defeated Mexican
champion Antonio Palafox in an-
other five set thriller 6-0, 6-4,
3-6, 3-6, 11-9.
Semifinals will be played to-
day at the red clay courts of the
Chapultepec Sports Center.

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