TUESD, AT, , i4 THE MICHIGAN DAIY
Wolverines Cop Victory
With Nine Timely Blows
Coach Fisher's Crew Take On Bunker HIll in
Final Appearance of Season at Ferry Field
By BILL LAMBERT
While his teammates were knockinghout 9 hits, Jack Hackstadt, Wol-
verine pitcher, won his third game of the season, as the Maize and Blue
nine won its second game from Romulus, 6-2.
After taking a crucial Conference series from Indiana over the weekend,
the title-bound Michigan club showed plenty of power at the plate, in run-
ning its winning streak to 13. Walt Kell, fiery third baseman, Jack Weis-
enburger, freshman shortstop, and
team captain Don Lund all snared
two hits off the two Romulus hurl-
Wolverines Get Six Hits
The Wolverines cashed in for all
of their runs in the third and fourth
frames, bunching six hits for the
six runs. In the third, Hackstadt got
on base on an error, but was forced
out at second by Kell. Weisenburger
then lashed out a triple scoring Kell,
but was put out trying to stretch the
hit to a homer. Bill Gregor singled,
stole second and advanced to third on
the catcher's bad throw, and then
scored on the next play, as Lund
pounded out a base hit. Nelson end-
ed the inning, flying out to short.
In the next frame the Wolverine
club batted around to stage their
biggest hitting spree of the day. After
Tom Rosema struck out, Joe Sobel-
ski walked, Bob Stevenson singled
and was forced out by Hackstadt at
second, Sobelski going to third. Kell
sent him home with a single, and,
after Weisenburger also singled and
Gregor was hit by the pitcher, Lund
batted in two runs with a hard smash
through second, and Nelson then
Romulus Scores in Fifth
The Air Base nine had a hard time
getting to Hackstadt as he held them
to seven scattered hits, but did get
a tally in the fifth and another in the
seventh. In the fifth, singles by Lou
Rimoldi and Glen Grote and a base
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on balls for Joe Prush were good for
Al Werbler, the Romulus catcher,
led off the seventh with a single, and
after Rimoldi fanned, Grote got his
second safety of the day, advancing
Werbler to third. He scored from
there a play later on a Michigan er-
Coach Fisher's crew will play its
last scheduled home game today on
Ferry Field at 4 p.m. (EWT), with
Bunker Hill Naval base providing the
opposition. Jack Peddy will get the
nod from the Michigan mentor, in
what will be his third start of the
season. Notre Dame triumphed over
the Bunker Hill club three weeks ago,
but according to coach Fisher, "they
should have a pretty fair ballclub."
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Tennis, GolfSquadsConquer Oberln,Insh
Netmen Score WOE FROM CHAMPAIGN: Linksmen Take Fifth in Row,
9 moWhitewash Doherty Satisfied with Purdue Win Match by 14 Point Edge
Over Opposition Victory; Worried About Illinois
Lewi Spaks Tam * --- eswold Cards 74, to Cop Top Honors;
Lewis Sparks Team By BILL MULLENDORE the meet. Bth men have been kept O'Hara Blanks Two Notre Dame Players
To Keep Record Clear Michigan track coach Ken Doherty out of action all season by leg in-
Fresh from a double win over Ohio expressed satisfaction over his team's juries, but have come along rapidly By RUTH ELCONIN
State and Northwestern in last Sat- 97-25 victory over Purdue Saturday, .Michigan golfers won their fifth istrnnt heram O'sragar-
urday's triangular meet at Colum- but immediately began to worry over consecutive victory yesterday, and iciptnn ,isco'H a
bus, the Maize and Blue netmen reports coming out of Champaign, If Buster and Phelps are able to their sixth of the season, by troun- tilt of the day, won his second mat
notched up their ninth straight vice Ill., concerning the rejuvenation of compete, and Kelley rounds into cing Notre Dame 19-5 at the Univer- by blanking Truschel, 3-0. More
tory of the season today, over Ober- n in the etn form, Illinois will enter the meet sity golf course. and Tews were the other members
lin College at the Varsity Courts. the Illinois thinclads for the Western as favorites to take the outdoor Playing two doubles and one sin- the Michigan squad entered in th
Register Shutout Conference meet, May 26, at Chain- title from Michigan, Doherty said gles match in the morning and five singles tilts. Tews increased the Wol
The Wolverines captured every one paign. yesterday. Illinois and Michigan individual contests in the afternoon, verines' margin by marking 21,
of the six singles and three doubles Indict that th are expcted to put on a two-team with three points at stake in each points against his opponent, Clynes
matches to register a 9-0 score and Idations are e inois race for the championship, he said, match; the Wolverine twosomes of and Morey split with Morrow, eac:
maintain their undefeated record. team which placed third to Great with Ohio State rated as a possible Phil Marcellus and John Jenswold, winning 1/ ints.
Captain Roger Lewis again spark- Lakes and Michigan in a quad- dark-horse entry, and Bob Ernst and Ken Morey held Jenswold Takes Honors
-rangular meet here two weeks ago their respective Irish opponents of
ed the Michigan crew, taking his will be considerably stronger Sat- Returning to the Purdue meet, Tom Kennedy and Jim Truschel, Taking medalist honors for th
match from Bob Dudley, 6-0, 6-1. urday when the Big Ten outdoor Doherty was generally pleased with and Jim Clynes and Charles Morrow contest was Jenswold who carded tw
Jinx Johnson and Jack Hirsh, num- clash gets underway. News from the improvement of his squad over scoreless to card six points for the over par with a 74, while O'Hara an
ber two and three men respectively, the Illini camp over the week end the previous week and indicated that Maize and Blue. Kennedy each made a 77 to tie fo
downed their Oberlin opponents by was all bad as far as the Wolver- little more heavy work was in order O'Hara Cards Shut-Out - the runner-up position.
6-1, 6-0; 6-3, 6-0 scores. ines were concerned. for his charges before they leave Fri- Teeing off in the initial singles Coach Bill Barclay said that t
Naugle Wins Perhaps the greatest cause for wor- day. The Michigan coach particular- match was Michigain's captainPaul team played very well, and if t
Gordon Naugle handled the fourth yl y singled out Archie Parsons, Dick mach ws Mhin ctain Paul golfers maintain the pace which the
rywstepromneo liosO'Hara, who shut out Art Moscher hv e nterps e ace
singlesmatch by easily besting Jack ace middle distance man Bob Kel- Hume for thr perfrancesagainst,-0 to end the first round with the ape thei f aght Bi
, 6 6 ley in a dual meet between the B- Wolverine team out front, 9-0.
Roy Boucher throttled Bob Nelson, lini and Notre Dame last Saturday. the Boilermakers.five individual play-o capture their fourth straight Bi
6-3, 6-0. Bob Haynes topped off a Sotn h ie'niiulpa-TntteStra hnteCn
perfect d-a. with h s 6-2,6 efea Kelley, who failed to finish either of offs in the afternoon, the visitors ference golfrchampionh Cln
perfect day with his 6-2, 6-4 defeat the two races he started at the quad- Howard Liebee announced that tried to erase the Maize and Blue plae ao Echampionships will b
of Jack Byrd. rangular meet here, turned in a 1:59.2 there will be an important meet- linkemsn's nine point lead, but only E _vanson, Ill.
In the doubles division, Lewis and half mile against the Irish, indicat- ing of all softball managers or managed to gain five points to the
Hirsch, playing number one for ing that he is rapidly returning to their representatives of teams en- Wolverines ten. SPRING IS HERE
Michigan, mauled Lonsdorf and Dud- top form. Kelley's presence in the tered in the Intra-Mural Leagues
top orm Keley' prsenc intheMarcellus shooting against Ken- We specialize in "Crew and
ley, 6-0, 6-0. Naugle and Boucher, meet might mean as many as eight at Waterman Gymnasium tonight
in the number two bracket, hit White additional points to Illinois. at 7:15 p. in. EWT (6:15 CWT). nedy lost two points to the Notre Personality" hair styling. They
and Nelson for a 6-1 6-1 win. To The purpose of this meeting is to Dame ace, but Ernst retaliated by are individualistic - Suave!
finish it off Johnson and Haynes took In the same dual meet, George determine the manner of the soft-VThe aseola Barbers
their match from King and Byrd, Walker, Illinois timber-topper who ball championship playoffs. It is INVEST IN VICTORY Between State & Mich. Theatres
6-0, 6-1. has so far confined his activities to necessary that each team entered -
The Summaries: the hurdles, branched out into the in the Intra-Mural program have ----------
TheSummesw ()d100-yard dash and covered the dis- a representative at this meeting.BN
Singls-Lews (M defetedud-_cang.B URR PATTERSO N AND AU LD CO
Singes-Lwis M) efeaed Dd-lance in :10 fat, putting him at
ley, 6-0, 6-1; Johnson (M) defeated the top of the Big Ten century- Fatct l t Mih
Lonsdorf, 6-1, 6-0;. Hersch (M) beat men on the basis of times record-erniyeweersaigan
King, 6-3, 6-0; Naugle (M) defeated ed so far this season
White, 6-2, 6-1; Boucher (M) defeat- Hungry? OPEN DAILYI PM to 5:30 P.M
ed Nelson, 6-3, 6-0; Haynes. (M) de- Champaign also reports that Bill
feated Byrd, 6-2, 6-4. Buster, Conference indoor 100-yard CH TTE R YX U NTIL MA( 30
Doubles-Lewis-Hirsch (M) defeat- dash champ, and Bill Phelps, who
ed Lonsdorf-Dudley, 6-0, 6-0; Naugle- tops the bar at around 14 ft. in the 800 SOUTH STATE 1209 Soumi UNivERSITY RUTH ANN OAKES, Mr.
Boucher (M) beat White-Nelson, 6-1, pole vault, may also be in shape for_-- - -
6-1; Johnson-Haynes (M) defeated
King-Byrd, 6-0, 6-1.
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NATIONAL LEAGUE RCAAT O
PLAYER AB R
Kell, 3b.........4 2
Weisenturger, ss 4 2
Gregor, If ........2 1
Lund, cf........ 4 2
Nelson, rf........4 0
Rosema, b.......3 0
Soboleski, 2b .... 3 0
Stevenson, c 4 1
Hlackstadt, p. .4 1
Rondinelli, s ..
Caechiei, 3b .....
Mazzonatie, 2b, p
Grote, rf .......
AB R JlPO A
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