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-JNDAY, MAY 4, 19q47

fTHE MICHI4GAN DAILY

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Wolverine Netters
Bow to Irish, 6-3

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Clif ' se~Sehidte PtchWolver*ines
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By DICK KRAUS
The Irish packed too many shi-
lelahs for Michigan's tennis team
yesterday on the varsity courts'
at Ferry Field, and the Notre
D ame netmen, paced by Jim and
Clerry Evert, won a 6-3 match
Iruzin the Wolveri :ies.
Captain Bill Mikulich, after a
dism al first set. snapped out of
hi s r- cent slump and camne on to
win from Irisher Bob David, 1-6,
6-4, 7-5. Hal Cook, in the num-
ber six slot, accounted for Michi-
gan's other singles win, beating
Joe Brown in straight sets, 6-4,
6-4.
Cook, Naugle Win
Cook teamed up with Gordon
Naugle to account for the other
Wolverine point, They took the
first set, 6-4, and the score -was
4-4 in the second set, when Notre
Dame's Jim Tully ,and Ed Caparo
defaulted to catch a train.
The Evert brothers got Notre
Datme off to a flying start, Jimmy
beating Andy Paton, 6-1. 7-5,
while Gerry downed Fred Otto,
6--2, 6-2.
Second Set Close
Paton couldn't solve Evert's
game in the first set, but he over-
carne a 2-4 deficit in the second
and tied the count at 5-5 before
Evert eked out the set.
Gerry played steady tennis a-
gainst Otto, getting the ball back

and letting the Michigan nurnb~r l.
two man beat himself. 1
Ziemann, Lincoln Lose
Charlie Samson toppsd Fred eI Y HERB RUtitSIN
Ziemnann, 6-3, 6-2, in the number The University of Michigan
three singles, while Jim Tally, last Sailing Club held first place! by a}
year's number one player for the slight margin at the ndwi
Ir ish, swept through freshmanj point in its first annual Dingh);
Dick Lincoln, 6-1, 6-1. Rega<tta held yete-rday on the
In the doubles, Paton and Otto ;aters of Whitmore Lake.
lost out in two fairly even sets. At the end of six races, Michli-I
6-3, 6-4, to the ever present Ey-;'an had accumulated 31"4 points,.
erts. At number two, Mikulich" closely followed by the Youngs-
and Ziemann wvere edged out in town 0.,J crew with 29' points.
one of the best matches on the Michigan State was third with
card, 6-3, 1-6, 4-6, by Samson and 241,/Northwestern, fourth withI
David. 120. and Denison, fifth with 16
points. Wisconsin, who was su p-
1)o('Eyrs A"I[~ posed to be the sixth school in
the regatta, was unable to at-
Softh ll L op ~~IC Ted first race, in the class A di-
Scoring three. runs in the second vision, was taken by the Michi-
and six in the fourth, the Dodgers gan boat, manned by skipper Bob
defeated the Michigan Daily soft- Schroder with Bob Ford as crew.
ball squad, 9-2, yesterday to vaultI Youngstown was second, Michi-
into first place in the I-M inde-' gan State third, Northwestern
pendent League. fourth and Denison was fifth.
The Dodgers broke into the runj In the second race, a c'lass B
column when Lee Setomer raced event, Michigan again came
home as pitcher Hugh Starks through to claim the victory, the
threw over third base trying to getj craft being skippered by Ted
Setomer at third, while Jerry, Greer and Leif Eareckson serv-
Gluskin reached first on a field- ing as crew. In this' race, as well
er's choice. Gluskin scored on an-: as in the first one, the Michigan
other error, with Dick Hewitt get- boats won by a substantial marl-
ting a life on a fielder's choice.gi.Tefnsngodrasx-

By C(LORTA YtR.1 LAND)
Mhhgan batig pwercaie ifc riIg of Wes Demero,
to lifefo hefrs ime tii' Wiebre slapped a sing
son avins t Confere,.nce pitchnw xiithe opening frame to sco
asteWolver'ines eolle('te d 19 twNO runs. Iowa tied it up
hit to sweepj a double bill from the a I s econd, grabbing two ru
Iow, 1-1 nd73 ' ~~ ~ots~e ingles and a walk off lef
lieny Fild. ud Rnin.
('4a~h ay fshe's out- Dick Schmicltke relieved R;
shneth'r 11 i flts i h kin in the third after two n
fiud a thy unnhte OlO oiW bl singled, and pitched
crx'i~ nd anuactredtv~~ tghtball until the ninth it
doable iay hleIa m a),_ngwhen Ed Brown (clouted
no ls hneenmsue and illiy triple and scored on He
flur passe d 'balls_. Kaier's single. Rankin reti
Getting f chi: a shak> stal ithce first eleven men who fa
the opener, ici an'sae, C'tf hIm and gave tip four hits.
Wise, settled down aiifter the: :c - PLMeanwhile Michigan jumped
011(1 inning to pitchl masterful b; il. ;De1.0 for three more in t he th
He allowed the 1-lawkeytei f,;_r(on two walks, a single, a two-b
hits andi one walk, and 1,t;'d! , ' 'oi' by the pitcher, and a (101
to the minimum number of binte,'1steal in which Wiese scored. "
in the last five frames. eai picked up another tally
Iowa took an early lead in t1ile sixth when Wiese's boun
first game when with one oat in _._-
tesecond ,Jack Dittmer slammed, --'v
a double along- the left field fou-l__-
line and crossed tihe plate on To
McCarty's single to short cinte- F R YO R 1~
wic h "Bump"''linott just mse
inabbing. E (I ' , < ,ifts' III
Leading off for MichAigan in ~)l
the fourth, Paul Whiltereach- frmorf
ed first on an error, w as saei -
fired to secsand 1) ,7lliott , an tj.. Bowls and t ray
crehome on anl infieldt hit to Ki, Jewelry set wit
B3ob Wiese, tying tie ,core.
Tour unearned runs tallied for liiP,1 # andle wood ID
the Wolverines in the next franke.
Doma Tomasi's walk, an infield out,
.John Kulpinski's single and an er- 3 '
ror counted for one, Anot Iic
bobble loaded the bases', but Kuil- '
pinski was tagged out trying to __
score on a passed baill. He ov as=
spiked on the play and had to
leave the game.
El -iott then smashed a doublew
down the third baise line to -
count for two rins. lie took
third on the left fielder's er -
ror and came home on llow-c MT
Wikel's single to center.
Another four run rally carne in
the seventh inning on singles by
Elliott, Wiese, Charlie Ketterer,
and Hal Raymond, plus two car-
rors,a walk, and another P,;-ed~i
ball. The final r un scor'ed in T; .
eighth when Jack Weisenburgem,
slammneda hard single over th1 ird
after Wikel had walked and* stol-
en sec0ond.
In the nightcap, Mtlichig';.M
wasted no time in solving the '

as through the box scored Schin
gle and a final run in the se
ore when Tomasi scored on a 1
in ball.
M%. The lixe scores:
ftY First Game
IOWVA 010 000 049~
an- 14¢ICIIIGCAN 000 140 41N
non Second Game
iir- IOWA (020 000 041
n- 1I('S I GA N 203 001 10
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ith RIG- NINE STANDING
fred W L
A( T~d Northwester'n 4 1
Illinois; 6 2
On Oi 0-io State 5 3
nied Indiana. 3 2
base Iowa 3 3
The! Wsiconsin 1 4
yinl iMinnesota 0 3
Eder Purdue 0 4
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actly the same as in the first
ra ce.
Michigan State's A crew took
tile third race with Michigan fin -
sigishing second. Youngstown was
third, Denison wound up fourthI'
and Northwestern, fifth.
The fourth rage, for class'13
boats, was won by Youngstown,
Michigan again coming second.
Northwestern finished third ahead
of Michigan State and Denison.
The Michigan class A boat took
the fifth race, finishing ahead of
Michigan State, Nomrthwestern,
Youngstown and Denison.
The final race of the day was
won by the Youngstown crew fol-
lowed by Denison, Northwestern.
Michigan and Michigan State.
Tihe remaining four races' will
be run off today, beginning at 10
a.m. and running through the af-
ternoon.

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you'll find, at Collins, just the right gift to make this
Mother's Dayr the to-lie-renmcvrmbcrcd occasion it should be.
For M /herS D .ikce our array of elegant gift
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