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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

iseball,

Tennis Squads

Win

Close

Nine Clips Western, 2-1
In Tight Pitching Battle
Dole Hurls Shutout Ball for Five Innings
To Stretch Total to 27 Scoreless Frames

Paced through the first five in-
ningsby more brilliant shoutout
pitching from rookie Art Dole.
Michigan's baseball team squeezed
out its second narrow victory of
the season over Western Michigan,
2-1, in a game played at Kalama-
zoo, yesterday.
The big young righthander al-
lowed the Broncos only three hits
and issued but one pass as he ran
his scoreless inning streak to 27.
Dole didn't allow a'single Bronco
to reach second base.
Michigan Takes Lead
The Wolverines took a one run
lead in the second inning as Jack
Weisenburger reached first on the
third baseman's error and went
to second when the left fielder
threw wild. Charlie Ketterer then
layed down a bunt which catcher
Young fumbled and runners were
safe on first and third. Big Bob
Wiese stepped up and drove Weis-
enburger home with a ground sin-
gle over second on which Bronco
keystoner, Tersilligerm made a
brilliant stop.
In the eighth Michigan pushed
across what proved to be the win-
ning run. Vieth singled and went
to third on Bump Elliott's hit and
run single. Bronco pitcher Ed
Rossi then walked Weisenburger
to fill the bases before a long fly
to center by Dom Tomasi scored
Vieth to give the Wolverines a 2-0
lead.
Broncos Threaten
The Bronco's threatened relief
hurler Bud Rankin in their half
of the eighth as Davis lined a long
Derleth Signs
Bob Derleth, 230-pound tac-
kle, signed a contract with the
j etroit Lions of the National
Football League for the 1947
season.
The 25-year old lineman let-
tered four years at Michigan
and played in 1944 with the
Iowa Seahawks.

triple and tallied a moment later
on Groggel's single. But that was
the extent, of Western's offensive
for the day as Rankin permitted
only one other hit in his four in-
ning stint.
Michigan's too often erratic in-
field was on its best behavior as
it executed three snappy double
plays while playing errorless ball.
Elliott and Wiese lead the nine
hit batting barrage for the Maize
and Blue each contributing two
singles in four attempts.

MICHIGAN .... 0101
WESTERN .......000
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MICHIGAN
Vieth, if
Elliott, cf
Wikel, lb
Weisenburger,
Tom i, 2b
Kett rer, 3b
Wiese, rf
Kulpinski, c
Dole, p
Rankin, p (6)
TOTALS
* -
WEST. MICH.
Pollard, cf
Throop, rf
Terwilliger, 2b
Young c
Coss, lb
Davis, ss
Groggel, 3b
Compton, lf
Rossi, p
TOTALS

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Detroit Host
To Michigan
Golf Team
Michigan's golf team is expected
to encounter no trouble returning
to the victory trail this afternoon
when they tee off at the Univer-
sity of Detroit course.
A strong Purdue squad brought
an end to a Maize and Blue seven-
game winning streak Saturday at
Lafayette, but Detroit proved no
test to the Wolverines in a battle
here two weeks ago. Michigan
knocked the Titans into oblivion
with a 35-1 score, their most de-
cisive victory of the year.
After today's match, the Wol-
verines will play host to Ohio
State Saturday in their last taste
of regularly-scheduled dual com-
petition. The Big Nine meet will
be reeled off at Purdue May 30-31.
Coach B e r t Katzenmeyer's
charges invade the Detroit links
with an impressive 11-4 record.
Teeing off for the Wolverines this
afternoon will be John Jenswold,
Rog Kessler, Pete Elliott, Jack
Vezina and two others to be se-
lected from Captain Dave Barclay,
Ed Scalon, Bill Courtright, Gary
De Vries, Paul O'Hara, Bill Lu-
dolph, and Tom Messinger.
Dobson, 0Boston
Beat Detroit, $-3
BOSTON, May 20 -(P)- The
American League champion Red
Sox today climbed within one
game of the pace setting Tigers by
defeating the Detroiters, 8-3, be-
hind Joe Dobson, who had little
difficulty from the second to the
ninth.
The Sox scored seven of their
runs in less than three innings.
off.starter Paul (Dizzy) Trout, who
was the victim of poor support in
a couple of instances.
Ted Williams, the Boston strong
boy, blasted out his tenth home
run of the season off reliefer John
Gorsica.

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Michigan Nesters SIua
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Special To The Daily
With only a few exceptions
Michigan's tennis team stuck to
the script it wrote in the pre-sea-
son exhibition match with Kala-
mazoo College, last March, win-
ning a 5-4 victory over the Hor-
nets yesterday at Stowe Stadium,
in Kalamazoo.
Andy Paton made his earlier win
over Kalamazoo's Jack Sunderland
stick, but he had a little tougher
time of it winning two overtime
sets, 8-6, 8-6, in the number one
single. In the number two singles
Fred Otto couldn't quite dupli-
cate his earlier victory over Al
Hetzek, National Junior Indoor'
doubles champ. Hetzek copped a
tough three setter, 7-5, 3-6, 6-2.
Ziemann Wins
Fred Ziemann erased a black
mark on his record by defeating
Nick Barasky with ease, 6-1, 6-2.
Major League
Roundup
By The Associated Press
Scoring twice in the eighth in-
ning with the aid of two doubles
and three walks, the Cleveland
Indians broke a 2-2 tie and went
on to defeat the New York Yan-
kees, 4-2, today to sweep their
three game series from the Yanks.
Ed Robinson's eighth inning
double enabled Cleveland to down
New York today, 4-2, for a clean
sweep of the three-game series
with the Yankees.
Hammerin" Hank Greenberg
singled home the winning run in
the tenth inning tonight as the
Pittsburgh Pirates edged the Bos-
ton Braves, 4 to 3.
The Chicago White Sox over-
came a 4-run deficit and mauled
Washington's pitchers for 15 hits
to defeat the Senators, 7-4, here
tonight and sweep a 4-game series..
Lonnie Frey cracked a pinch sin-
gle to center with the bases loaded
in the 11th inning to give the Chi-
cago Cubs a 3-2 victory over the
Philadelphia Phillies here today.
The St. Louis Browns scored
their first victory of the season
over the Philadelphia Athleticsto-
day, chalking up three runs in the
first inning and then coasting to
a 11-1 triumph behind the four-
hit pitching of Bob Muncrief.
The New York Giants combed
four Cincinnati pitchers for 15
hits to defeat the Reds 9-1 and
take over first place in the Na-
tional League for the first time
this season. Clint Hartung scat-
tered eight Redleg hits for his sec-
ond victory against no defeats.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Beresky had beaten Zie
straight sets last March.
kulich's seven game winni
was snapped by Art Leigh
stopped the Wolverine
4-6, 9-7. 6-1.
Bob Stowe. the Horne
son, met Dick Lincoln int
ber five singles match. Li
placed Gordy Naugle who
lined by a foot injury, sx
Stowe, 6-1, 7-5.
Cook-Lincoln Clinch Vie
Hal Cook continued t
some of the most impro
on the squad, as he dis
Mary Mantin, without the
single game, 6-0, 6-0. N
lefthander, started thes
number four for Kalama
Cook and Lincoln team
the doubles to clinch the
bumping Stowe and Coo]
6-4.
Kalamazoo went on to
next two doubles matches
the final score 5-4. Paton
dropped two 7-5 sets to H
Sunderland, while Leigh
Beresky were edging past
and Mikulich, 0-6, 8-6, 6-
Paton and Sunderland
brilliant duel in the
match, both boys holdin

Decisions
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Imann in
Bill Mi- After a two-hour long six-inn-
ng streak ing game. Sigma Chi advanced in
iton. who
captain, the league winners play-offs by
stopping ZBT. 6-4, in the Intra-
t coach's mural fraterhity softball division
the num- yesterday at Ferry Field,
incoln re- What looked like a pitcher's
was side- duel up to the end of the third
wept past turned into a victory for Sigma
tr Chi when they scored three runs
o display on ZBT errors.
wed form In the fourth both teams trad-
sposed of ed.runs and in the fifth Sigma
e loss of a Chi wrapped up their prize pack-
Mantin, a age. Denny Youngblood lead off
season at by walking and came home on Bob
Rossler's texas leaguer to center.
ne upah, ent later when Frank Schwartz
reached first on another error.
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kTomasi, Compton; TRIPLE:
Davis; DOUBLE PLAYS: To-
masi and Wikel; Weisenburger
and Wikel; Tomasi, Weisenbur-
ger and Wikel; Coss (unassist-
ed); BASES ON BALLS: of Dole
1, off Rossi 2, off Rankin 1;
STRUCK OUT: by Rossi 2, by
Rankin 2; HITS: off Dole 3 in
5 innings, off Rankin 2 in 4
innings.

BIG WELCOME
Kalamazoo College, a hot-
bed of tennis enthusiasm, put
on a real show for Michigan's
tennis team, yesterday. Nearly
the entire student body turned1
out to Stowe Stadium and par-
ticipated in an impressive pre-
match flag raising ceremony.
The match was the high-point
of -the Hornets campaign, and
Coach "Doe" Stowe had been
pointing his squad for Michi-
gan all season.
throughout. Paton finally broke
through in each of the two sets to
cop the match.
Paton, Ziemann, Cook Star
Along with Paton, Ziemann and
Cook were the day's singles stars
for Michigan. Booming in his big
flat service consistently, Ziemann
just overpowered Beresky, who
specializes in steady "get the ball
back" tennis.
Cook wasn't bothered at all by
the southpaw style of Mantin,
winning twelve straight games,
very few of which even went to
deuce-.

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LOOKS CALM, cool, and composed, doesn't
he? You're quite right-he is, even though
thermometers are popping all over the campus. --
A glance at his shirt drawer gives the answer-
it's filled with those fine form-fitted English.
lisle tee shirts. And he's got good taste for
colors, too . . . figures, stripes, solids . . . with
and without pockets . .'. all with short sleeves.
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Chicago......16 14 .533
Philadelphia , .13 15 .464
New York .... .12 14 .462
Washington . ..10 15 .400
St. Louis ......10 18 .357
NATIONAL LEAGUE
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New York .. 15 11 .577
Chicago .......16 12 .571
Boston........16 13 .553
Pittsburgh .... .13 11 .541
Brooklyn ..... .14 13 .519
Philadelphia . . . 15 15 .50{)
Cincinnati .....13 18 .419
St. Louis.......9 18 .333
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