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ME SX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1961

~GE SIX THE MICHIGAN flAILY WEDNESDAY. MAY 3, 1961

SHORTHANDED:
Netmen Top Detroit
In Cold, Wind, 7-2

Titans

Snap

'MI' WinStreak at Seven
Three-Run Fourth Inning Homer Gives U-D 3-2 Win;
Wolverines Held to Five Hits as McGinn Takes Loss

By JOHN SCOCHIN

It takes six men to make a
tennis team, but Coach Murphy's
squad did without three of them3
yesterday afternoon in dumping
the University of Detroit '-2, as
reserves adequately filled the gaps1
left by key men.
All-star Ray Senkowski was In
Health Service and Wayne Pea-
cock and Bill Vogt, the number
two and five men, were tied up in3
the classroom and missed Tues-1
day's action. The Wolverines,i
nevertheless, spared little time n
waylaying the Titan sextet, despite;
the cold weather and high winds.
Tenny on Top3
Taking over the number one,
I-M ACTION:
liKE.Upsets'
Phi Sigs
By JOHN McREYNOLDS
Delta Kappa Epsilon backed
Dick Koch's strong pitching with
a 12-run attack and buried Phi
Sigma Delta, 12-4, to highlight
yesterday's I-M social fraternity
"A" softball action.
The DKEs took an early lead
and were never headed as Koch,
despite the strong winds and the
cold, blazed his fastball past nine
Phi Sig hitters.
Phi Kappa Sigma unleashed its
big guns and rolled to an easy
10-3 conquest of Alpha Sigma Phi
in a game that was shortened be-
cause of the I-M eighty minute
time limit.
Inanother game shortened be-
cause of the time limit, Beta The-
ta Pi ended up on the short end
of a 13-11 score. The game was
called with two minutes remain-
ing,
The situation at the time had
one runner in scoring position with
one out, but despite protests from
the Betas, the referee stuck by
the I-M rule and called the con-
test giving Tau Delta Phi the slim
victory.
Alpha Kappa Lambda and Sig-
ma Nu staged an old fashioned
barn burner before Sigma Nu
finally walked off with a 7-6 vic-
tory.
In a makeup game played late
Sunday, Phi Sigma Kappa got no
hit pitching from Dale Geiger and
squeaked past Theta Xi, 1-0.
Geiger fanned thirteen men in
his six inning stint. Maurry
Warner provided the power as he
blasted three hits.
lllajor League
StandIngs

spot for Michigan, in Senkowski's
absence, was Jim Tenny, who
played a steady game in over-
coming B. J. Tally of the Titans,
6=1, 7-5. Tenny stayed mainly in
the backcourt and outstroked his
opponent for the decision.
Bruce MacDonald made short
work of Bill Hershey, easily out-
classing his foe 6-0, 6-0. Scott
Maentz put his overhand smash
to good use and bettered Titan
Rodger Oberg 6-1, 6-2.
Kalamazoo's Tom Beach was
strong in the first set and consis-
tent in the second, downing Dick
Lightbody 6-0, 6-4. Michigan's
fifth singles win came at the
hands of Tom Heinle, who ousted
Dick Tavolacci 6-2, 6-4.
Detroit found solace in the num-
ber six singles match where George
King came back to beat Ron Kil-
gren 6-8, 8-6, 6-4.
"Two can win as easily as one"
was the motto of Tenny and
Maentz as they won 12 of 13 games
in the doubles to swamp Tally and
Hershey, 6-0, 6-1. A little later,
MacDonald made it 24 games In
'a row as he teamed with Beach to
win the second doubles in short
time, defeating Oberg and Light-
boy, 6-0, 6-0.
The Titans picked up their se-
cond victory of the night when
King and Tavolacci polished off
Michigan's Kilgren and Alex Mc-
Creery 6-4, 6-4.
The victory was Michigan's
fourth of the young season:

By PETE DiLORENZI
Michigan's undefeated string
came to an end yesterday as
catcher Bill Bartling's three-run
homer powered the undefeated
University of Detroit Titans to a
3-2 victory over the Wolverines on
wind swept Ferry Field.
It was the first defeat for the
Wolverines in their last eight
games. Detroit's winning streak
now stands at nine.
The strong west wind blowing
across the field in near gale force
did more than send fly balls off.
their course. Throughout the game,
the gusts ripped across the field,
blew players' caps off, and dis-
lodged much of the infield,
Still Proud
The infield is still around,
though, if you know where to look
for it. Some is on spectators faces,
some in the stands, and a lot of it
is on the west wall of Yost Field
House, which for some reason has
become a rich brown color.
Dennis McGinn started for the
Wolverines and took the loss. He
was relieved by John Kerr in the
seventh.
Righthander Ed Mier, starting
in place of Titan mound ace Dave
Gopher Ball

DeBusscherre, who suffered an at-
tack of appendicitis earlier in the
day, went the route against the
Wolverines, limiting them to five
singles.
Neither team did much in the
way of staging a scoring threat
until the fourth inning, when
both the Titans and the Wolver-
ines rallied aid scored.
Titan Rally
The Titans, batting in the top
of the fourth, finally got to Mc-
Ginn after two outs. Third base-
man Frank Corej lined one of
McGinn's sidearm deliveries to
deep left where the ball hooked
into the corner just out of left-
fielder Jim Steckley's reach. Corej
raced into second with a standup
double.
McGinn, apparently shaken,
walked second baseman Bill Sim-
ons and then faced Bartling. The
U of D catcher looked at two
pitches, and then drilled one of
McGinn's fast balls some 370 feet
over the fence in left center field.

The Titans had lost a ball but
had gained three runs.
Wolverines Return
In the bottom half of the
fourth, the Wolverines began
touching Mier with some consis-
tency. Steckley opened the inning
with a single to center. Following
Ed Hood's strikeout, shortstop Dick
Honig banged a low liner over
short, Steckley holding at second.
Mier, who was obviously not at
ease with a man on second, at-
tempted to pick of Steckley. The
ball squirted into right field, Steck-
ley raced to third, and when the
right fielder attempted to throw
him out, Honig went to second.
Two-Run Single
Then captain Dick Syring, who
had not played for five games,
came up with a two-run single. On
a full count, Syring poked a soft,
low looper that floated into short
left field. While the ball floated,
Steckley and Honig raced home
with two Wolverine runs, and Syr-
ing took second on a throw home.
However, the rally ended there.

The Wolverines did not threaten
again seriously until the eighth
inning, but Dick DeLamielleure
struck out with the bases loaded.
In the bottom of the ninth, Mier
mowed down Marshall, pinch hit-
ter Dennis Spalla, and Joe Jones
in order to preserve his victory.
T THE N EW LOOK

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TODAY'S SPECIAL

-Daily-David Giltrow
SLIDE FRITZ-Fritz Fisher hits the dust at third base in the
seventh inning of yesterday's game with Detroit. Although the
sophomore hurler didn't get to pitch, he got into the ball game
as a pinch runner for Dick Syring.

THE GRIDIRON PICTURE:
Flankers Considered Strong

DETROIT
Bowen, ss
Bibeau, cf
Cisero, rf
Maunzek. rf
Goode, Ib
Corej, 3b -
Simons, 2b
Bartling, c
Yastic, if
Mier, p
Totals
MICHIGAN
Jones, 2b
Newman, 3b
Freehan, lb-c
DeLamielleure, rf
Steckley, if
Hood,cf
Honig, ss
a-Fisher
Marshall, lb
Syring, c
McGinn, p
Kerr, p
b-Spalla
Totals
a-Ran for Syrin
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ninth.

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By DAVE GOOD
Despite the return of five letter-
men ends, including three who
"compare favorably with any other
three in the conference," the Wol-
verines may not be as strong at
that position as they were last
year, warns End Coach Jack Nel-
son.
"We're going to be okay," says
Nelson, "but probably not as
strong as last year when we had
seven lettermen back."
Nelson is fretting over the loss
of seniors Bob Johnson, who led
the team with 15 receptions and
made the second All-Big Ten

team;- John Halstead, who was
hurt early last year and had to
be content with placekicking; and
Keith Cowan, who spent most of
his time playing defense.
Next fall the three who will
probably get first call at the start-
ing spots are Captain-elect George
Mans, a junior, at right end and
junior Scott Maentz and sopho-
more Bill Freehan at left end.
Mans, whom Nelson calls "4s
tough a defensive end as there is
in the Big Ten and adequate of-
fensively, was a "lineman of the
week" selection in the season
opener last year when he caught

Despite Easy Triumph

AMERICAN:

Detroit
New York
Minnesota
Cleveland
i-Baltimore
Boston
Chicago
Kansas City
s-LasAngeles
Washington
x -Playing night

LEAGUE
W L Pet.
11 4 .744
16 5 .667
10 7 .588
9 S .529
8 8 .500
7 S .467
7 8 .467
6 8 .429
4 9 .308
5 12 .294
game.

GB
1
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3
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4
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6
7

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 6, Washington 3
New York 6, Minnesota 4 (10 inn.)
Cleveland 3 Chicago 2 (11I Inn.)
Kansas City 7, Boston 4
Baltimore at Los Angeles (inc.)
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Minnesota
Chicago at Cleveland' (N)
Detroit at Washington (N)
Boston at 'Kansa* City (N)
Baltimore at Los Angeles (N)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Pittsburgh 10 6 .625 -
San Francisco 10 7 .588
Los Angeles 11 8 .579 Y4
Chicago 9 8 .529 1%
Milwaukee 6 7 .462 2%
Cincinnati 8 10 .444 3
St.. Louis 7 10 .412 41b1
Philadelphia 6 11 .353 4'/
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Pittsburgh 6, St. Louis 0
Chicago 9, San Francisco 4
Cincinnati 3, Philadelphia 2
Los Angeles 11, Milwaukee 9
TODAY'S GAMES
San Francisco at Chicago
Los Angeles at Milwaukee (N)
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (N)
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N)

By JIM BERGER
Despite the decisive 17-1 rout
of Detroit posted here last Satur-
day, Michigan's Golf Coach Bert
Katzenmeyer was decidedly un-
happy with his team's perform-
ance.
"We were out to break 450. That
was what the team wanted to do,"
he emphasized. And "after the
first nine we were only a couple
of strokes away, but in the second
nine the cold just got to "us."
High Total
Michigan's total was a high 466
when compared with the desired
450. It was even higher than the
460 scored on the foreign Ohio
State golf course two weeks ago.
Nevertheless, a couple of bright
spots in the persons of Dick
Youngberg and Tom Ahern tend to
relieve some of Katzenmeyer's
gloom.
In the light of the team's erratic
play, Youngberg came up with
38-38-76 nearly matching his 75
at Columbus.
Ahern, low man in Saturday's
meet, chalked up his finest round
of the year. "It's real good to see
Tom break through and become a
medalist," said Katzenmeyer.
Different Medalist
The fact that in the three meets

since the southern tour a different
golfer has been medalist also
caused the Michigan mentor to
smile. "Everyone on the team has
got the potential to get a real
fine score," he said.
However, Katzenmeyer sadly ad-
mits that the game of Captain Joe
Brisson is not progressing the way
it should. "We don't know yet
where the trouble is, but we're
working on it," he added.
The next test for the Wolverines
will come this weekend when they
travel to Wilmette Country Club
outside Evanstan to meet North-
western and Illinois in a trian-
gular meet.
wow
ST. LOUIS (A') -- Think you've
got problems?
Hancock beat Valley Park 35-0
in a South County High School
League baseball games yesterday.
The losers committed 34 errors.

four passes for 65 yards. He ended
up the year with nine receptions,
for 136 yards after Johnson wor.
back his starting berth.
Maentz and Freehan, says Nel-
son, are both "good all-round
ends." Maentz, who is playing ten-
nis this spring caught seven passes
good for 128 yards and scored two
touchdowns, one more than Mans.
Freehan, who doubles as a catcher-
first baseman on the baseball
team, had one reception for 11
yards.
No Depth Problem
"We had more depth last year,"
contends Nelson, but this year's
version has capable reserve
strength. Jim Zubkus, "a real good
pass receiver" who lettered two
years ago, and Bob Brown, both
juniors, will be backing up Mans
at left end.
At right end there are juniors
Jim Korowin, a letterman who is
"better on defense but is a good
blocker," and Jeff Smith, who
"never lettered but might be num-
ber three this year." Behind them
are sophomores Dave Mongeau, a
converted fullback, and Bob Filar.
Frosh To Play
Freshmen might also see action
this fall. Doug Bickle from Tra-
verse City and John Yanz from
Chicago are both "ahead of every-
one else and can look forward to
being in the picture next season."
Larry Morawa from Dearborn
"shows promise and could be all
right."
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