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THE MICH~IGAN DAILY

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K K~Slugger T o Receive About $30,000;
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Major League Standings

By TOM WITECKI
Michigan baseball Captain Bill
Roman signed ah estimated $30,-
000 bonus contract with the De-
troit Tigers yesterday.
The Wolverine first baseman
was officially signed to a contract
with the Tigers top farm club,
Denver of the American Associ-
ation, but will start his profes-
sional career on option to Birm-
ingham of the Southern Associa-
tion.
Roman had just completed his,
third and final season as the
Wolverines regular first baseman.
He batted .340 in Big Ten play
and had a .333 overall average,
which must have impressed the
Tigers.
Another point that made Ro-
man appealing to the pros was
the .359 batting average, he piled
up in the South Dakota Basin
League last summer. The league,
which serves as a breeding ground
for the top collegiate players, has
produced several bonus signees
during the past few years.
Michigan Coach Don Lund
called Roman "A fine team cap-
tain and a good looking pro pros-
pect." He added, "Bill has always
been a fine defensive player and
he has improved a lot this season
both on the base paths and at the
plate. If he continues to improve
at the plate, he could go all the
way to the top."
Recreation
Pool Hours
Starting Friday, May 27, and
continuing through Saturday,
June 4, the Women's Pool will be
open for recreation during the
exam period. Pool hours will be:
For women only: Mondays through
Fridays, 4:00-6:00. Monday, Tues-
day, Thursday, 7:30-9:00.
Co-recreational: Wednesday and
Saturdays, 7:30-9:00. Sunday, May
29,.3:00-5:00.
Faculty night: Fridays, 6:30-9:30.
Michigan night: Sundays, 7:15-9:15.
The pool will also be open be-
tween June 4 and the beginning
of summer school at the following
times:
Sundays, June 5 and 12, 7:15-9:15.
Friday, June 10, 6:30-9:30.
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SOFTBALL
FACULTY
English 'A' 22, Philosophy 5
INDEPENDENT
A.F.I.T. 13, Owen House t
Beantowners 2, Drifters 1
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Baltimore .....19
Cleveland. ......17
Chicago ........18
New York .....15
Detroit..........14
Washington ....12
Kansas City.73
Boston . .~...

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Roman comes from Detroit's
St. Cyril where in addition to
playing for his high school team,
he played in the American Legion
league.
In 1956, he was selected as one
of the top 16 legion players in the
c o u n t r y and represented the
United States on a tour of Latin
America.
Roman came to Michigan .in
the fall of that year on an athletic
scholarship and has held down
the starting first base position
since the start of his sophomore
year.

Since he is majoring in aero-
nautical engineering, Roman still
has two semesters of work re-
maining before he can get his
degree.
Not confining his activities to
the baseball diamond, Roman has
been an active member of Sigma
Phi Epsilon fraternity and Sphinx
and Michaguma honoraries.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington 7, Cleveland 2
Detroit 4, New York 0
Baltimore 6, Chicago 1
Kansas City 6, Boston 2
TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at Chicago
New York at Detroit
Boston at Kansas City
Washington at Cleveland

NATIONAL LEAGUE
1V I1r Pct.
San Francisco ..22 12 .617
Pitisburgh .....23 13 .639
Milwaukee ..15 11 .577
Cincinnati ...18 18 .500
Los Angeles ....16 19 .457
St. Louis.....14 19 .424
Chicago.......1.1 17 .393 f
Philadelphia .12 22 .353 1
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Los. Angeles 4, Pittsburgh 2
San Francisco 4, Philadelphia 0
Milwaukee at St, Louis (rain)
Chicago at Cincinnati (rain)
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh
San Francisco at Philadelphia
Milwaukee at St. Louis
Chicago at Cincinnati

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