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September 15, 1958 - Image 38

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Your Campus Shoe Center
To Tenms Tea
E te Y BOB thNeF
"By B"B'akOMANOFF- earned his letter in 1954 and then
SHindered by the graduation of dropped out of school. The fourth
five lettermen, Michigan's tennis gG
teamfasrstppedin It bid or asingles man was George Korol,
f team was stoWppedn its bid for a who was seventh m an on the '57
fourth consecutive Big Ten title championship team.
get-a pairof Keels fr the Falllast spring.- Totinuls
gea a r oaiKeds for the Faal . *Entering the season with a phe- To this nucleus was added
nomenal record of 45 straight sophomores Wayne P e a c o c k,
dual meet victories, the Wolver- Frank Fulton, John Wiley and Bill
ines were able to add two more Vogt. As far as reputation went,
to their s t r i n g before being the top prospect was Peacock who
stopped by a rugged Notre Dame was Wisconsin state champion.
squad, 7-2. Peacock, however, has had the
The next match with Illinois dubious distinction of playing 14
gave Michigan its second straight challenge matches at Michigan
loss, 6-3, but it then went on to without winning one. It was this
win its remaining matches. trouble which kept him out, of
Strong Third the line-up for the major part of
-20-95 Despite the loss of five stars, the season. When he finally did
however, Lhe team finished a sur- get in he was at the sixth singles
prisingly strong third. The losses slot which was well below his po-
through graduation i n c 1 - d e d tential Fulton maintained the
- number one singles star Barry fifth position throughout the sea-
MacKay, who is making a name son.
forJ for himself as one of the United
States' Davis Cup stars. Ir the Big Ten Championships
eseoach Bil Murphy had four Murphy expected to finish third
burnished beauties veterans around which to build behind Illinois and Iowa who
",:' -.' fGE U Ethe team. They included this weren't seriously hurt by gradua-
SIN GEEyear's captain Jon Erickson and tion losses. Just as Murphy pre-
SH L Captain John Harris who had won dicted Michigan finished third
the fourth and fifth singles with 42/ points, two points be-
~~o s"championships respectively. These hind Iowa. Although Michigan ex-
-- " The most luxurious of shoe leathers . two moved into the first and sec- pected to finish third up to the
Cordovan wears amainy ... takes and nd slots, last minute they had a good
a lustrs shine . ts Many Returnees chance to finish second.
keeps a lustrous shine. Noted for comfort, In the third singles Murphy in- The Wolverines had five entries
loo. We have Crosby Square Cordovans in stalled Bob Sassone who had In the finals. Three of them were
U STOCKa variety of styles ... all beautifully -crafted
# in the famous Crosby Square manner. Come Me a e d . .T n i
N STOC K- MacK a Heads U.S. Tennis
the Finest n in soon for a look.
Brand Name Shoes 650 Force for Imibledon ite
Barry MacKay, former Michi-
ex gn str wh ledthe 57 tnnisfinal round at the Wimbledon
pert,Reasonable Shoe Repairs ens tournament.
team to the Big Ten and NCAA Murray Rose, crafty Australian
championships, headed an Ameri- left-hander and his own doubles
LEC CB RTES contingent this year in its partner out-played MacKayin
FINeRand Davis Cup. tourney.
1109 South University The lanky 6'3" power-server, Hard-fighting MacKay, a vic-
from Dayton, Ohio, was the only tim of inexperience bowed. 6-2,

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