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)iamondmen Open Road Trip at Ohio State




centrate on Saturday's big double-I
Mike (The Bear) Joyce will be
after his seventh win without a
loss today against the Bucks, andI
Fritz Fisher and Bob Marcereau
will toil in the Indiana double bill.
Won't Save Joyce
"I don't think we're in a posi-;
tion to be saving Joyce for In-
diana," explained Lund. "We still
have to play them one at a time.
Besides I have confidence that
Fisher and Marcereau can do the
job for us tomorrow." If they'
can't, Lund says he will not hesi-
tate to use Joyce in relief against
the Hoosiers.
If the big sophomore can pick
up another victory against Ohio
State today, he will be in the
unique position of having received
credit for four of the Wolverines'
five conference wins. He has al-
ready beaten Minnesota, and


State twice, once in re-I

Changes Rotation1
Andres, on the other hand, has
announced he will shuffle his
normal pitching rotation to have1
ace lefthander Bobby Marr ready
for the Wolverines in the firstt
game tomorrow. Instead of Marr,
Andres will use Paul Deem against
Michigan State today.
"I don't think anyone can ac-
cuse us of overlooking Mienigan
State for Michigan," Andres main-
tains. "Deem is 2-0 in the con-
ference and has pitched great ball
this season. I have just as much
confidence in him as I do in
Bobby." Somehow-or-other Andres
isn't very convincing.
Tough Sophomore
Marr has been spectacular this
season. The 5'9", 175-lb sopho-
more owns a 4-1 record and has
toiled 392/3 innings while yielding
only three earned runs. His ERA
is an unbelievable 0.68. Marr has
struck out 51 batters in his 39-plus
His only setback this year came
at the hands of Minnesota last
weekend when a low fast ball hit
the edge of the plate and re-
bounded into a wild pitch which
permitted the winning run to
Teaming with Marr tomorrow
will be junior righthander Bob
Bradley (3-0).
Fisher and Marcereau will also
be facing the Big Ten's leading
hitter at Bloomington.' Indiana
first baseman Max Bailey, who
started the season only because
first stringer Russ Maddick was
injured, is currently hitting a ro-
bust .688. Bailey had 5-7 against

Purdue, a 2-2 day against Min-
nesota, and topped it off with 4-7
last Saturday against Iowa.
Both Fisher and Marcereau, in
addition to Joyce, will be risi.ing
perfect records this weekend. Fish-
er is 4-0 and Marcereau 1-0 for
the season.
Bill Freehan continues to pace
Michigan hitters with a .451 aver-

age after sixteen games. Leftflelder
Dennis Spalla trails Freehan with
a .361 mark.
Lund said he hopes his club will
leave Bloomington on Saturday
with at least a 2-1 mark for the
road trip. If it does, Minnesota
will have to sweep three games
this weekend to move into a first-
place tie with the Wolverines.

Engineer s Weekend
May 6 . . . 8-12 and 1-5:30
May 7 ... 2-5:30
North Campus, West Engineering,
East Engineering

-Daily-David Giltrow
DOUBLE PLAY COMBINATION-Michigan shortstop Dick Honig
(top) watches second baseman Joe Jones charge a slow ground
ball in the recent Detroit game. Both will be in action against
Ohio State today.


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1:30 A.M.

Delta Tau Delta survived a four-
run barrage on seven straight
walks in the first inning to outlast
Delta Sigma Phi 10-8 in yester-
day's social fraternity "A" I-M
The Delts added five runs of
their own in the second and led
all the way after that. The runs
came on three singles, a walk, a
wild pitch and Steve Schoenherr's
triple, his second hit of the day.
He doubled in a run in the first
inning and scored what proved to
be the winning run in the fourth
when a fielder's choice put him
on, and Bob Pierce's single drove
him in.
Gary Noble also had two hits
for DTD, a single in the second
and a homer in the third. Don
Dimcheff had two singles for the

Delts and Jay Didier had a dou-
ble and a single for the losers.
The Delt Sigs tried to rally in
the last inning, the fifth, when
Mike Landers drove in Jim Pass-
more with a triple and scored him-
self on John Miller's single. Two
were out with runners on first
and second when the time limit
ran out to preserve the Delts'
two-run margin.
The winners gave up five walks
in all, five of which led directly
to runs. The Delta .Sigs gave up
only one walk, which proved
Social Fraternity "B" Softball
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 12, Alpha Delta
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Phi Sigma Delta 25, Chi Psi 5
Theta Xi 6, Psi Upsilon 2
Lambda Chi Alpha 11, Theta Delta
Chi 8
Delta Sigma Phi 15, Sigma Chi 14

-Daly-James Warneka
LAST-MINUTE PREPARATIONS--Football Coach Bump Elliott
watches some of his charges go through last-minute preparation
for tomorrow's annual Blue-White scrimmage in the stadium.
Palenstein, Lunghamer Lost
To Michigan Hockey Squad

DTD Beats DSP, 10-8,

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Michigan's hockey Captain John
Palenstein and fiery forward Joe
Lunghamer are through with col-
legiate hockey.
Both have been found subject
to a ruling of the American
Hockey Coaches Association which
stipulates that anyone who com-
petes in a Canadian Junior "A"

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League after his 20th birthday
forfeits as year of American eli-
gibility for each year of compe-
tition. The rule, which was
adopted at the 1958 meetings, ap-
plies to all athletes who entered
school after that date.
However, because of a mis-in-
terpretation of the rule it was
thought that the two Wolverine
stars would remain eligible for the
next season.
While both Palenstein and
Lunghamer had played Junior
"A" hockey after their 20th birth-
days, it was believed that because
they were still attending high
school at the time that the ruling
would be waived.
Demanding Schedule
Because of the demanding
schedule of Junior "A" hockey,
most of the budding stars elect
to take five or six years to com-
plete their education. Thus they
graduate a year or two later than
most students and are a year or
two older. Palenstein and Lung-
hamer were in this group.
At the AHCA meeting a month
and a 'half ago, Denver's Murry
Armstrong, apparently disturbed
at the fact he would lose a couple
of his players to the rule, pointed
out that Palenstein and Lung-
hamer also came under its pow-
er. Further checking by the Mich-
igan Athletic Department con-
firmed his charge.
Renfrew Assays Loss
"It's gonna hurt," said Michi-
gan Coach Al Renfrew, "to lose
our captain before he even gets a
chance to play a game in this
capacity. The loss of Lunghamer
will also create a hole."
He pointed out, however, that
the Wolverines would not be the
only team affected. Palenstein's
loss is the latest in a series of
blows to Michigan teams through
the loss of their captain-elects.
Two years ago the basketball?
team lost Jack Lewis in the foot-
ball point-spread card scandal
and the baseball team lost Ralph
Hutchings to the classroom.
The football team also suffered
a similar blow three years ago
when Captain John Hernstein was
injured and lost for the season.-



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