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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNP; AY, '

etters Swamp
Speedy Win Sets Paton
Up for Big 9 Tennis Tilt

Bucs,

9-0;

Broncos

Edge

Nine,

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By JOHN BARBOUR
Michigan netters aced poor,
defenseless Ohio State 9-0 yester-
day on the Buckeye courts as they
made their conference record per-
fect in the win column and slam-
med through their seventh con-
secutive victory.
With the Conference Cham-
pionships opening at Evanston
on May 27, and 28, Andy Paton
was warming up for the singles
championship battle as he down-
ed OSU's top netter, Gordon
Conklin in two sets 6-4, 6-2.
Conklin met Ted Peterson,
last year's Western Conference
Singles Champ, when the Buck-
eyes played Northwestern last
week, and lost in three very
close sets. Paton faced Peterson
about two weeks ago and won
6-3, 5-7, 6-2.
Bill Mikulich came up easily
over Arnold Levenstein in the
number two singles 6-2, 6-3.
k'red Otto slipped 0-6 in the
first set of his match with OSU's
Mary Slessinger, but quickly re-
covered to take the next two, 6-1,
6-3, in the only singles pairing
that ran three sets,
Ex-sailor Jack Hersh played andj
took a close two game match from
Scarlet-clad Leonard Shiss 7-5,
8-6. Gordie Naugle coasted 6-2,
6-0, by Ohio's Chuck Heinzeroth
to come up with the number 5
singles.
That left it up to Don Mac-
Kay in the number 6 singles to
win out over OSU'shLou Fisch-
er, He ran off with the first
set 6-0, but then Fischer buck-
led down and the second set
went fourteen games with Mac-
Kay winning set, 8-6, and
match, two-up, two-down.
With the doubles matches next

on the program Paton and
Mikulich teamed up to make
things uncomfortable for Conk
-lin and Levenstein, although it
took them three sets to do it, 6-2,
1-6, 6-4.
In the number 2 doubles Otto
and Hersh were up for 'M' and
Slessinger and Shiss down for
the Scarlet but good 6-1, 6-2.
The number 3 slot found Naugle
and MacKay giving Jerry Janes
and Dick Slager of OSU a beat-
ing almost as bad as their team-
mates got, 6-0, 6-4.
Michigan opened her home
season with a 9-0 win over
Western Michigan. From then
until she closed yesterday 9-0
over OSU she sported an un-
expected record.
Following the first win at home,
the netman went to Lansing and
shuddered under a 6-3 defeat
served up by the strong Spartan
squad.
Then from Lansing the Wol-
verines went to South Bend where
they collapsed a better Notre
Dame squad, 5-4.
Then Michigan headed for
home where they knocked off a
Kalamazoo team, 6-3, that was
strong enough to give Illinois
trouble.
The conference schedule open-
ed against Illinois and the Maize
and Blue netmen surprised all by
coming up on the heavy end of an
8-1 score.
Things had changed a lot since
the beginning of the season and
Michigan's chances against
Northwestern had changed too,
but not enough. They were still
figuring on a Wildcat victory.
Well they figured wrong and
Michigan tallied five to a strong
Northwestern four.

WINNING his match in straight
sets, Wolverine tennis star, Jack
Hersh, defeated Lenard Schiss
7-5, 8-6, as Michigan walloped
Ohio State, 9-0.

B..igNine
Standings
W. L.

Week Passes
As 'MWins
8 in I Tries
Even with the baseball team
playing Robin Hood, taking from
the rich, (Notre Dame) and giv-
ing to the poor (Western Mich-
igan, U. of D.). Michigan main-
tained a good average in various
sports this week, winning eight
of 11 contests in varsity competi-
tion.
The Wolverine Nine thrilled the
Campus by coming out on top of
cf the-team-we-like-most-to-beat,
Notre Dame, once on Tuesday by
a 3-0 score and on Thursday by a
5-2 total.
They were slightly Maize and
Purple as they bowed in a night
game to the University of Detroit
14-2 on Friday and followed on
Saturday by landing Wayne Uni-
versity a 5-4 win.
Michigan's Conference crazy
tennis team took the sting out of
the Kalamazoo Hornets on Tues-
day 7-2 and kept on to nose out
MSC's plenty tough Spartans 5-4,
revenging an earlier loss.
On Saturday 'M' netmen also
walked over Ohio State's win-
hungry 9-0.
Maize and Blue golfers followed
the baseball teams worthy example
by out-greening the Irish 17-13
on Tuesday. Come Thursday the
Wolverines also putted on by MSC
by a 16-14 score.
The JV's met Grand Rapids
Junior College on the G.R. course,
Tuesday, and came out 14-4 the
better team.
The Varsity found themselves at
a loss for points in a Saturday
match and Purdue University had
what it took to down Michigan
141/2-12%.
There will be an important
meeting of the varsity 'M' Club
this Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. to be
held in the 'M' Room of Yost
Field House.

Dole Loses Third Game
Of Season in Close Tilt
By B, S. BROWN
(Special to The Daily)
KALAMAZOO. May 22-Western Michigan's Broncos took ad-
vantage of all the breaks this afternoon to hand Michigan's nine its
second defeat in two days, as the Wolverines' only break was their
showers at the end of the game.
The Stallions edged Art Dole and the Wolverines, 5-4.
Dole Loses Third
Dole went the route for Michigan, suffering his third setback of
the season. Gordon Bowdell went all the way for the Broncos in spite
of his shakiness in the later in- - - -

College Sports Roundup

BASEBALL
Illinois 14, Indiana 0
Yale 1, Army 0
Northwestern 11, Wisconsin 7
Chicago 10, Depaue 9
Ohio University 5, Western
Reserve 0.
Xavier 11, Detroit 7
Notre Dame 5, Michigan State
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Illinois ...............9
MICHIGAN ..........8
Ohio State ...........6
Iowa ................5
Wisconsin ............5
Purdue ..............6
Minnesota ............3
Indiana ..............2
Northwestern .........1

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If at First . . .
CHEBOYGAN, Mich., May
22-(AP)-Pitcher George Percy
of Cheboygan High School
fanned five Alpena batters in
one inning before retiring the
side. His catcher missed two
third strikes.

nings.I
Michigan started off on the
right foot in the first inning by
digging a spur into the Bucking
Broncos which was good for one
run. Bump Elliott led off with
his first of two hits, a double into
left.
Elliott Scores
Ralph Morrison followed with
a sacrifice bunt but beat the roller
out for a base hit, Elliott stopping
at third. Ted Kobrin then skied
out to center, Elliott tagging up
after the catch.
Western was tamed for two in-
nings but reared up in the third
frame, tossing Michigan around
for three runs on four hits and
two walks.
With one away, Dole issued two
consecutive passes to Joe Cooper
and Wayne Terwilliger to seal his
own doom. Walt Young followed
with a single along the line in
left to send Cooper in with the
first Bronco run and Terwilliger
to third. Young took second on
the throw to third.
McDonald Bobble,
Don Boven took an 0-2 pitch
and laced it into right for a single
but Jack McDonald had the ball
get away from him for an error
and two more runs crossed the
plate, Boven holding up at second.
Francis Green followed with a
blooping hit into center which El-
liott trapped. A fine throw by the
center fielder nailed Boven as he
slid into third, to end the threat.
Tomasi Scores
Dom Tomasi led off with a sin-
gle into center in the fourth and
was sent to third on a one-bagger
by Ted Berce. Hal Raymond sent
a deep fly into center and To-
masi scampered home with the
second Wolverine tally.
The Broncos bucked for the last
time in the fourth inning but it
was good for two runs. From the
fourth on out, Dole pitched no-
hit ball.
Bowdell took first on a bobble
by Ted Kobrin in the fourth to
start the rally off. Bob Pollard
went out, pitcher to first, Bow-
dell going to second. Cooper then
sent a ground single past the out-I
stretched arms of Tomasi to send

Bowdell in with the fourth Bronco
run. Cooper took second on the
throw in.
Ground Single
Terwilliger drew a base on balls
to keep things alive and Young
followed with another ground sin-
gle into the outfield, this time the
ball skimming the glove of Berce.
Cooper scored on the h't to end
the scoring for the Sta tlions.
Michigan picked up single
tallies in the sixth and seventh
frames to draw within one run of
the Broncos.
McDonald singled in the sixth
and took second when Tomasi
walked. Berce was safe at first
on a force play at second, but
McDonald, keeping his eyes open,
raced around third to score.
After Kobrin had grounded out
in the seventh, Jack Weisenburger
drew a pass. The first sacker
scored a few seconds later when
McDonald smashed a 400 foot
triple over the center fielder's
head, but that was all Michigan
could do.
Bronco Busted...

SHillsdale 7. Albion 6
TRACK
I wrthwstrn 62
Minnesota 88, Wisconsin 43
Miclhgan ormal 801, Bald-
wtin Wallace 559
TENNIS
Michigan State 8,. Wayne 1
Lawrence Tech 5, Michigan
Normal 4.

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Big Nine.
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Pollard, cf
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Terwilliger, 2b
Young, c
Boven, lb
Green, If
Groggel, 3b
Plaza, ss
Bowdell, p
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Elliott, cf
Morrison, If
Kobrin, 3b
Weisenb'g'r, lb
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Tomasi, 2b
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