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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wolverines Host
IcGinn To Pitch as Foot]
'aces Unknown Team

Wayne

Today in Baseball Opener

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ball Practice Begins

By HAL APPLEBAUM
Michigan will try to open its
ome baseball season this after-t
oon at 3:30 against Wayne State
t Ferry Field weather permitting.
The reluctance of spring to1
nake its appearance has plagued
oach Don Lund's squad since the
eturn from Arizona and a highly1
iccessful spring trip.
Workouts have been frustrated
y below normal temperatures,
igh winds and intermittent rains.
With the Big Ten season less than
wo weeks away and better con-
itioning all important, Lund and
is squad are determined to at
east attempt to get in all of their
rorkouts and non-league games.
Wayne State, however, has had
rorse problems than the Wolver-
ies. The weather, of course, has
een the same in Detroit, but the
'arters did not have the benefits
f a week long trip to a more
avorable, warmer climate. With-
ut a spring trip, and having had1
ly irregular competition and
rorkouts, the Tarters are behind,
chedule.

Michigan will most likely go1
with the lineup which finished off
the Arizona schedule with an 8-3
record.
Included in this group are Capt.
Bill Roman, first base; Barry Mar-
shall second base; Gene Strucew-
ski, shortstop, and Joe Murello,
third base.
In the outfield are Dave Brown,
left field, Ed Hood, center field and
Wilbert Franklin, right field.
The starting battery for the
Wolverines will likely be Denny
McGinn pitching and Dick Syring
catching.
Ho ekey rLoop
Names Stars
For the first time in three
years, Michigan's hockey team
failed to come up with a repre-
sentative on the Western All-
American puck squad.
Bob White, a member of the
mythical team in his sophomore
and junior seasons, failed to make
the team this year, as did Wol-
verine captain and defenseman
Bobbie Watt, who was on last
year's team.
The team was chosen by the
American Hockey Coaches Associ-
ation and was dominated 'by
NCAA championship winner, Den-
ver. The Pioneers placed three of
the Six members on the honor
team.
Chosen from Denver were for-
ward Bill Masterson and both de-
fensemen, George Konik and Mar-
ty How3 ,all juniors. Michigan
Tech had two representatives, cap-
tain Paul Coppo and goalie George
Cuculick. The last spot on the
team was taken by Reg Morelli of
North Dakota.
Although last year's selections
included three juniors, this was
not a year for repeaters as Michi-
gan's White and Watt were joined
on the sidelines by Tech's John
Kosiancic.
White and Kosiancic got hon-
orable mention. Another Wolver-
ine cited for honorable mention
was Red Berenson, who played
only the second half of the sea-
son.

'PLAY BALL!'
National League Starts Action
By The Associated Press
San Fr ancise o's $15 000,000Vice-President Richard Nixon, due Cincinnati, opening at home for
Candlestick Park will be opened to watch the Giants face the St. the 75th time, will have its usua
toda ask the National League Louis Cardinals, surprise chain- 3.1,000 to see the Reds take on the
baseball season starts with afour- pions of the League's exhibition Philadelphia Phillies.
basebll seson sarts ithaafour
game program that includes a season. PROBABLE PITCHERS
night game in the Los Angeles Los Angeles counts on 50,000 or (Includes last year's won-lost rec-
Coliseum more in the vast concrete Coliseum ords, estimlated attendance, and
While the Nationals are getting when the Dodgers open defense of Chicago (Anderson 12-13) at Loa
down to serious businessthetheir league championship against Angeles (Drysdale 1-13), 50,000,
's t the Chicago Cubs. The Cubs have 1 p .m
American League still is playing one of the league's two "new, St. Louis, (Jackson 14-13) at San
exhibition games in Florida. The Francisco (Jones 21-15), 42,549,
American has scheduled its "Pres- managers, Charlie Grimm, back 4:30 p.m.
idental" opener at Washington for another ttnrm. Pittsburgh (Friend 8-19) at MU1-
r Monday, April18 but wont Milwaukee trots out the other Waukee (spahn 21-15), 43,200, 2:30
get down to a full schedule until "new" boss in Charlie Dressen, a Philadelphia (Roberts 15-17) at
April 19.Dodger Coach last year but form, Cincinnati (Brosnan 9-6), 31,000,
erly manager at Brooklyn, Cin- 2:30 p.m.
The games at, San Francisco, cinnati and Washington. For the
Los Angeles, Milwaukee and Cin- first time, the Braves do not have
cinnati are expected to draw a a complete sellout for the opener, Exhibition Baseball
total of about 165,000 fans which with only 43,000 expected, to see Boston 3, New York 1
would be a League record for open-, them open against the Pittsburgh Baltimore 5, Kansas City 2
ing day. Pirates.Washington 7, Chicago (A) 3
San Francisco's new park is Cleveland 5, Detroit 3
sold out, of course, with a jam
packed throng of 42,549, including 6cW--a.*Rn s s E.A . i 1 A'1M

-Daily-David O ltkow
FOOTBALL RETURNS TO MICHIGAN-Spring football practice opened under intermittent showers
yesterday afternoon at Ferry Field. Because of rain the first 20 minutes of practice were held in Yost
Fieldhouse. Head Coach Bump Elliott then ordered his charges outdoors. Of the 127 men that
reported for practice, 27 are returning lettermen. Two other lettermen are participating in spring
sports and will miss the month-long drills.
NIn First Round of 101Player Draft

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Oscar Robertson
of Cincinnati and two other All-
Americans, Jerry West of West
Virfginia and Darrall Imhoff of
California, were among the 101
college players selected yesterday
in the National Basketball Assn's
anna draft.
R ertson, as was expected, was
tapped as a territorial choice (the

only one) by the Cincinnati Roy-
als, who had the first selection.
West, 6'3", was the first draft
choice of the Minneapolis Lakers
and Imhoff, 6'10", the No. 1 pick
of the New York Knickerbockers.
The eight clubs crafted for 14
rounds in inverse order of their
final regular season winning per-
centages, the total being 20 more
than last year.

SPORT SHORTS:
Montreal, Toronto Clash;
Illinois To Oppose Ban

GENE STRUCZEWSKI
... starting at shortstop

campus
character:

By The Associated Press
TORONTO - As the Montreal
Canadiens prepared to meet To-
ronto here tonight in the third,
game of the Stanley Cup final
playoff series, their coach, Toe
Blake, was screaming about the
Leafs' "clutch and grab tactics."
Montreal leads the series 2-0,
with the fourth game to be played
here Thursday night. If a fifth
game is needed, it will be played
in Montreal Saturday night.
Johnson Traded
DETROIT - The Detroit Lions
yesterday traded fullback John
Henry Johnson to the Pittsburgh
Steelers for a top Steeler draft
choice in 1961, and another in
1962.
* * s
Illinois Opposes Ban
CHAMPAIGN, Il. - The Uni-
versity of Illinois faculty repre-
sentative to the Big Ten today was

instructed to vote for post-season
athletic events.
The banning of all post-season
activity came at the March meet-
ings in Columbus. The measure
will be voted on again in East
Lansing, Mich., May 20-21.
s S *
No Decisions '
NEW ORLEANS -- The NCAA's
Committee on Rules Infractions
ended a two-day session yester-
day, but the group had no public
report on possible violators.
EASTER CARDS
TRADITIONAL
AND
CONTEMPORARY
OVERBECKS

The Detroit Pistons selected
Jackie Moreland of Louisiana
Tech as their first player. More-
land left North Carolina State
three years ago when that school
was placed on probation by the
NCAA for the manner in which
Moreland was recruited.
Other first round choices were
Lee Shaffer of North Carolina by
the Syracuse Nationals: Len Wil-
kens of Providence by the St.
Louis Hawks: Al Bunge of Mary-
land by the Philadelphia Warriors
and Tom Sanders of New York
University by the champion Bos-
ton Celtics.
The Royals, who finished in the
Western Division cellar, drafted
21 players, more than any other
team. New York was next with 18
draftees followed by Detroit and
St. Louis with 13 each, Minneapo-
lis 12, Syracuse and Philadelphia
nine each and Boston six.
Football Managers
Any freshmen or sophomores
interested in being football stu-
dent managers are invited to
see senior manager Fred Nema-
check at practice today or to-
morrow, or call him at NO
2-2858.
LOOK WELL-GROOMED
for the HOLIDAYS!
our HAIRSTYLES are:
--suave
--smart
---individualistic
"10 Artists to please you"
THE DASCOLA BARBERS
near Michigan Theatre

Sailors Win
At Annapolis
Heavy air planed the University
Sailing Team into first place over
10 eastern schools at the United
States Military Academy in An-
napolis last weekend.
Timme Schneider, B team skip-
per, tied for over-all high-point
honors while her compatriot, Otto
Scherer, was high-point man in A
division. Bob Martin crewed for
Scherer while John Goldsmith did
the honors for Miss Schneider.
The United States Merchant
Marine Academy and the Naval
Academy followed Michigan's 126
points with 120 and 108 respec-
tively. The combination of Gan-
net dingy sloops and high winds
allowed only 12 out of the origi-
nally planned 22 races to be run
off.
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BLACKSTONE
TORT
Pride of the law school,
Blackstone has never lost a
moot trial. But there's noth-
ing moot about his prefer-
ences in dress. He finds that
when he's comfortable, he
can trap a witness and sway
a jury like Clarence Darrow.
So he always wears Jockey
brand briefs while preparing
his briefs. Exclusive Jockey
tailoring gives him a bonus
of comfort he gets in no other
underwear. Fine Jockey
combed cotton is more ab-
sorbent, smoother fitting, too.
To look your best, feel your
best, take a tip from Tort.
Always insist on Jockey
brand briefs, $1.25. Your
campus store has them now!
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11. Sport for 6. Like switching
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with outs 12. Traveling
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or band 16. Curvaceous
17. Small accounts figure
20. Little 17. It's good In
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21. Strike out 18. Modern art,
26. 'With dames sounds
29. Haysfedy educational (pl.)
man's name 19. Classy classes
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men fish for favored by
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42. "Jernt" 83. Buy a carton
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