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THE MICHIGAN DAITY

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Frosh Top
Gym Meet
Gil LaRose led a Wolverine
freshmen assault on the Michigan
AAU gymnastics meet Saturday at
East Lansing with three firsts,
three seconds and a third.
LaRose captured first in the
all-around, free exercise, and high
bar, with seconds in still rings,
long horse, the vault, and third
on the parallel bars.
Jim Hynds, a classmate, grabbed
one of the firsts LaRose missed
in the vault. Hynds also was sec-
ond in the all-around, high bar,
and parallel bars.
There were still other notable
performances by the frosh. Barry
Spicer was second in free exercise
and tumbling, Lou Fenner third
in side horse, John Buss third in
free exercise and sixth in parallel
bars. Only freshmen competed in
this meet.
In competing against frosh
from all over the state, including
Eastern, Western, and Central
Michigan, in addition to the hosts,
Michigan Coach Newt Loken was
extremely proud of "his boys,"
who as sophomores next year will
form a solid core for the '59 fifth
place Wolverines.

Seven Wolverine Greats Nominated
For Michigan Sports Hall of Fame

By MIKE GILLMAN
Nominations made over the past
weekend for the Michigan Sports
Hall of Fame gave seven Wolver-
ine immortals a chance to be
elected to that select group.
This year's nominating com-
mittee, headed by Detroit Piston
general manager Nick Kerbawy,
put up 14 names to be voted on

by sportswriters from newspapers
and radio stations throughout the
state. The winning candidates will
be announced May 17..
Heading the list of sports greats
connected with Wolverine ath-
letics is present Michigan athletic
director Fritz Crisler, who won
two Big Ten titles and a Rose
Bowl vicotry in 1948 while Michi-
gan's football coach.

sMacKay Faces Talbert Here
In TennisMatch for Charity

Ex-Wolverine gridders nomi-
nated were Germany Schultz, an
All-American center here under
Fielding Yost early in -the century,
Bill Hewitt, star end in 1931, and
Benny Friedman, an All-American
end in the 20's.
Baseball provided two others,
Branch Rickey, who coached the
Wolverine nine in 1913, and
George Sisler, who played first
base for Michigan in 1910-12 and
went on to enter baseball's hall
of fame.
The final Wolverine nominee is
Ralph Rose, a shotputter in 1908
who once held the world record
in his event.
Other nominees still active in
the sporting world are John Kobs,
Michigan State baseball coach,
and Bob Calihan, basketball men-
tor at the University of Detroit,
who starred on the courts there
in the late 1930's.
Former wearers of the Maize
and Blue who are currently in the
Hall number six, including two
former Wolverine coaches, Ray
Fisher (baseball) and Matt Mann
(swimming), who were chosen last
year.

-David Giltrow
DE BUSSCHERE DUMPED-Michigan's slugging baseball team
tore into previously undefeated Detroit and star righthander
Dave DeBusschere, yesterday. The Wolverines overcame an 8-0
Titan lead to win 10-8. DeBusschere was tagged for 11 hits, three
of which were home runs.

SPORT SHORTS:
Hawks' Hay Takes Calder Trophy

By FRED STEINHARDT
Former Michigan tennis great
Barry MacKay and Billy Talbert,
long-time captain of the American
Davis Cup team will meet in an
exhibition match at Ann Arbor
high school tonight at 7:30.
All of the profits will be donated
to diabetic research.
MacKay led the Wolverines to
three consecutive Big Ten titles in
1955-6-7 and won the conference
singles title each year. In 1957 he
was National Collegiate Champion.
MacKay was recently chosen as a
member of the United States Davis
Cup team for 1960.
This year he has won the Na-
tional Indoor Tournament and the
Caracas International Tennis
Tournament in Venezuela. This
weekend he upset Australian Davis
Cup star, Neal Fraser, in the River
Oaks tournament at Houston. He
expects to travel to Europe after
the exhibition match to compete
in the European circuit and at
Wimbledon.
Talbert is a past winner of the
Davis Sup. Although he has had
diabetes since early childhood, he
became one of the outstanding
tennis players of the post-war era.
His courage and perseverance in
the face of the diabetic condition

has been a source of inspiration to
sufferers of diabetes and all sports
fans in general. He has spent much
time and effort to assisting dia-
betic research.
Tickets for the match are avail-
able at the following places: Moe
Sports Shop, all book stores on
State Street, Wikels Drug, Michi-
gan Union Desk, Town Club and
Ann Arbor High School. General
admission seats cost $1.50 and re-
served $3.00.

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By The Associated Press
MONTREAL-Bill (Red) Hay of
the Chicago Black Hawks yester-
day was named winner of the
Calder Trophy as the National
Hockey League's Rookie - of - the -
Year for the 1959-60 season.
The 24-year-old center polled
139 points in the split-season bal-
loting by sportswriters and broad-
casters in each of the six league
cities.
. Murray Oliver of the Detroit
Red Wings was runner-up with
101 points and Ken Schinkel of
the New York Rangers third with
30 points.
Hay scored 18 goals and had 37
assists while playing on a line
with scoring champion Bobby Hull
and Murray Balfour, another
rookie. Hay is a graduate geologist
from Colorado College where he
starred in NCAA competition. The
Black Hawks acquired him from
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the Montreal farm system last
summer.
Hay is the first Chicago player'
to win the Calder Trophy since
Eddie Litzenberger in 1954-55.
Redskins Trade Baker
WASHINGTON-The Washing-
ton Redskins yesterday traded
punter and placekicker Sam Baker
to the Cleveland Browns.
In exchange for one of the
National Football League's top

kicking specialists, the Redskins1
obtained two little known line-
men-Francis O'Brien and Bob'
Khayat.
Coach Paul Brown of Cleveland
obviously wants Baker's foot as
insurance for Lou Groza, the
talented kicker who at 35 has
already put in 14 seasons of pro
football. He may alsofigure Baker
as a relief man for fullback Jim
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The Senior Officers
of the Michigan Union Announce
Petitioning for Male Co-Chairman
of Spring Weekend, 1961
1. Pick up information in Union Student offices,
2nd floor, North Wing, 2-5 P.M.
2. Petitions Due Tuesday, May 3.
3. Interviews; Thursday, May 5.

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MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
San Francisco Edges St. Louis, 9-8

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By The Associated Press
ST. LOUIS-The San Francisco
Giants exploded with five runs in
the eighth inning to beat the St.
Louis Cardinals, 9-8, last night
and tie the idle Pittsburgh Pirates
for the National League lead.
Willie McCovey, who had singled
two runs across in the Giants'
three-run seventh, broke the 7-7
tie with a two-run homer to cap
Frisco's big eighth inning. Mc-
Covey's homer, his fourth of the
season, followed a two-run single
by Willie Mays and an RBI by
Don Blasingame.
The Cardinals, whose winning
streak was stopped at four games,
blasted four homers. Ex-Giant
Daryl Spencer connected with two
aboard, while Stan Musial, Ken

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RESIDENCE HALL "A"
Huber 11, Strauss 7 !
Gamberg 20, Anderson 2
Michigan 7, VanTyne 5
Wenley 18, Adams 3
Taylor 9, Hayden 0 (forfeit)
Cooley 9, Prescott 0 (forfeit)
Winchel 20, Hinsdale 2
Kelsey 3, Greene 2
RESIDENCE HALL "B"
Cooley 14, Michigan 11
Scott 16, Adams 7
Anderson 21, Reeves 9
Gomberg 13, Wincheil 5
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Boyer and pinch - hitting Carl
Sawatski delivered solo homers.
Sawatski's blow off Ramon Mon-
zantclosed the gap in the home
eighth.
Kansas City 6, Chicago 1
KANSAS CITY - Three-hit
pitching by southpaw Bud Daley
and a five-run fourth inning gave
the Kansas City Athletics a 6-1
victory over the Chicago White
Six last night.
Herb Score, making his first
start in a Chicago uniform, was
the victim of the wild fourth
frame, departing in favor of Mike
Garcia, a former teammate at
Cleveland.
Score had held Kansas City to
two hits, including a home run by
ce Standing
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Pittsburgh .... 8 3 .727
San Francisco . 8 3 .727
Los Angeles ... 5 5 .500 2%~
Philadelphia .... 5 6 .455 3
Milwaukee .... 4 5 .444 3
st. Louis.......4- 6 .400 3
Cincinnati .... 4 7 .365 4
Chicago........3 6 .333 4
YESTERDAY'S SCORES
San Francisco 9, St. Louis 8
(only game scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia
(night)
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (night)
San Francisco at St. Louis (night)
Los Angeles at Chicago

innings.
Baltimore 3, Washington 2
WASHINGTON - Jim Gentile's
first American League home run-
socked with two men on in the
first inning-provided all the runs
Milt Pappas needed as Baltimore
downed Washington, 3-2, last
night before 8.459.
It was the sixth time in a row
Pappas has beaten the Senators
since Aug. 10, 1958. The 20-year-
old righthander pitched the first
complete game of the year by a
Baltimore pitcher, allowing only
five hits.
Gentile's homer cleared the 31-
foot barrier to the left of the
centerfield flag pole 408 feet away
from home plate. It came after
Senator starter Russ Kemmerer
walked Al Pilarcik and Gene
Woodling.
Washington's Bob Allison went
hitless in four times at bat and
his batting average dropped 67
points to an even .500. It also
snapped a seven - game hitting
streak for Allison.

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Detroit........5
New York,.....5
Kansas City ... 3
Washington ... 4
Boston..........3
Chicago.......2
Baltimore....:2
Cleveland ......1

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YESTERDAY'S SCORES
Baltimore 3, Washington 2
Kansas City 6, Chicago 1
(only games scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Kansas City (night)
Cleveland at Detroit
Baltimore at Washington
Boston at New York

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pushmobile? 13
8. Blows some
Kool smoke DOWN
13. PofTchaikovsky 1. Snoring arena
(2 words) 2. Stop or where
14. Ease to park 17
16. Famous 3. Thar's gold
saxophonist, in 'em
Bud - 4. Bullfight
16. Pine away, for rah-rah ARE YOU
more than 6. Ripe name N Gr
a year? for a dame
17. Slightly 6. Shakespearean KRACK
absent actor
18. No specific 7. Reject
wine in a 8. Wonderful
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20. Poet Eliot Kool (2 words)
21. Opposite of 9. On the
inning? qul viva
24. Good for 10. No gadget
a blast for sharpies?
25. Famed 11. N. C. heel
cartoonist 12. Kind of tax
26. Gal for 19. Trot or
"Pillow Talk" what trots
27. Come up to the 22. Gassy light 38 39
Menthol Magic 23. It's a bit
of - of a blow
28. A kind 24. Florida 42
of dance souvenir
28. He wrote 26. The first
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island.. ." 27. Kape --..-
80. Short road 28. Bardot-like
31. Pad is the hip 29. Signify
word for it 31. Phony place
82. Star of "Take 32. Leslie Caron
Me Along" 83. Girl's name
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average (abbr.) 35. Jane Austen you It
38. It's flying, novel
in France 86. Absorbed
40. A Kool smoker? 37. For the pot
Greatl!(2 words) 38. Friend of
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