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TH EMICHIGANDAIIIY rAGR

froth Homers Pace

Tigers to 5-I

Win Over Chisox

LARRUPIN' LEFTY:
Morril Improves Hitting
In New Outfield' Berth

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By HAROLD TANNER
SThe brightest light in Michigan's
fiIntWk shining batting attack so
W' this season has been a newly
cbriverted outfielder who spent
most of last year on the bench be-
cause of his puny batting average.
Always recognized as a slick
fielding first sacker with potential
hitting ability, Harold Morrill,
juniot' from Flint, was moved to
the outfield by Coach Ray Fisher
on. the Southern trip.
* * *
FISHER DESCRIBES this con-
vet'sion as a necessity rather than
a desire. With Morrill in rightfield,
ak McDonald cduld be used on
first base in order t44t more hit-
ting punch could be brought into
the lineup.
Se far the experiment has
W*rked out nobly with McDon-
aId and Morrill hitting one-two
among the regulars.
Hitting at a .316 clip with 12
hits in. 38 trips to the plate, Mor-
rill follows McDonald in the aver-
ages column but is the team's most
consisteit hitter. Included in his
hits are three home runs on the
gouthern Junket.
ALTHOUGH MORRILL is new
in the outfield, he has handled his
positinn capably so far. His throw-
ing and fielding deficiencies will
probably be taken care of with ex-

perience, but Fisher indicated that
first base is still Hal's best position.
Morrill started the 1948 cam-
paign at first base but had to be
removed because of his poor hit-
ting.
Fisher credits Morrill's rapid
improvement this year to the tall
southpaw slugger's hard work. Hal
has been striving hard throughout
the early spring trying to improve
his hitting stance.
When the basketball team was
practicing and the baseball squad
was working out in the nets at
Yost Field House, Morrill, a start-
ing forward on the cage array,
used to take batting practice be-
fore starting his basketball drills.
* * *
IN PRACTICE yesterday Mor-
rill walloped a long drive to right-
field which Fisher claims would
have hit the tennis court if the
wind had not stopped it. He also
cracked several other solid hits in
the long batting drill.
Leo Koceski and Captain Tubby
Raymond also sparkled ab bat dur-
ing the session which included a
fielding drill.
DO YOU KNOW . "r. Tom
Harmon scored 27 points
against Iowa in 1939 to set the
Big Nine individual scoring
record for a single game.

AP Sports
Round-up
CLEVELAND - The Cleveland
Indians today announced the pur-
chase of Alton Benton, right
handed pitcher, from Sacramento
of the Pacific Coast League.
Benton, 38, is a veteran of 21
years in organized baseball. He
pitched for the Detroit Tigers from
1938 through 1948, compiling a
record of 71 won and 64 lost.
THE PURCHASE price was not
announced.
Benton was acquired to give
relief strength to the Indian's
pitching staff, Tribe officials
said.
* * *
NEW YORK-Danny Gardella,
a wartime outfielder with the New
York Giants, lost his bid today
for immediate return to baseball,
from which he was suspended in
1946.
Federal Judge Edward A.
Conger denied Gardella a tem-
porary injunction pending trial
of his suit against organized
baseball for $300,000 damages
and a permanent order lifting
the suspension.
In denying the motion that
baseball be restrained from en-
forcing the suspension, udge Con-
ger said he invoked all the reasons
employed April 1 when he denied
similar applications filed by Max
Lanier and Fred Martin, former
St. Louis Cardinal pitchers.

Matt Mann III was elected cap-
tain of the 1950 Michigan swim-
ming team at the natators' annual
banquet last night.
SON OF THE Wolverine swim-
ming coach, Mann came to Michi-
gan in 1945 from University High
School touted as one of the finest
middle distance prospects in the
country.
He placed second in the Big
Nine 220 and 440-yard. free style
events as a freshman before a
tour of Army duty interrupted
his career.
Returning in time for the 1948
season he quickly resumed his
place as one of the nation's top
stars, winning the Big Nine 1500-
meters free style championship
and placing in the 220 and 440
events as well as in the NCAA and
AAU 1500-meters championships.
* * *
HE TOOK SECOND in the Big
Nine in the 1500-meters and third
in the 220 and 440 as well as plac-
ing third in the NCAA 220, fifth in
the 440 and swimming a leg of the
second place 400-yd. free style re-
lay.
Coach Mann has also an-
nounced the awarding of 19 let-
ters, six reserve awards and 13
sets of freshman numerals to
his charges.
Among those receiving fresh-
man awards was John Davis of
Sidney, Australia who finished

Matt Mann III Elected
Captain of Swim Squad
* * .

Golfers Face
Titans Today
On 1 Links
Cold weather and rough winds
are on the program today as
Michigan's golf team swings out
against the University of Detroit
Titans in their first home engage-
ment of the season.
The Wolverines, after shooting
a fine brand of golf during a
three-match southern trip, are an
odds-on favorite to slap down the
Titans.
* * *
THE TEAM SHAPES up with
Captain Ed Schalon in the lead-
off spot followed by Pete Elliott,
Rog Kessle, Chuck McCallum,
Sam Valuck, Keith LaClair, Bob
Olson, and Leo Houser.
*, * *
THE MATCH, based on a thirty-
six point total, features a quartet
of foursomes. Points will be given
both for best ball and individual
medal play.
The Titan squad will be
spearheaded by Captain John
Porlitz, Dick Buechler, and Roy
Iceberg, all of whom are return-
ing lettermen.
Following their match with the
University of Detroit, the Wolver-
ine squad will runddown to Co-
lumbus this weekend to square off
against Ohio State Unixversity
in this season's first Conference
dual meet.
HERE COACH Katzenmeyer ex-
pects to meet up with some of
the toughest competition of the
Big Nine Conference. The outcome
of the tussle will preview Mich-
igan's chances for a crack at this
year's Big Nine championship.
A WEEK FROM TODAY Wol-
verine linksmen will travel to De-
troit for a return match with the
Titans at Red Run, their home
course.
Last season, Michigan golfers
rolled over both the Detroit Titans
and a seasoned OSU outfit.
DO YOU KNOW .. . In the
1902 football season Michigan
scored 550 points while holding
their opponents scoreless.

Yanks, Athletics, Browns
Take Other AL Contests
Braves Take Doubleheader from Phils;
Brooklyn,_Pittsburgh, Cincinnati Also Win

By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Johnny Groth, the
Detroit Tigers' rookie outfield whiz
from Buffalo, blasted two home
runs today as Hal Newhouser
tamed the Chicago White Sox 5
to 1 on three hits. The crowd of
53,435 fans was an opening day
record for Detroit.
* * *
AARON ROBINSON, making
his debut as a Tiger following his
acquisition from Chicago in a
trade last winter, also homered in
the second inning on the first
pitch delivered to him in a De-
troit uniform.
Newhouser faced only 31 men
in fashioning the three-hitter
for his fourth straight opening
day triumph.
ST. LOUIS-Those upstart St.
Louis Browns walloped the World
Champion Cleveland Indians 5-1
today in a season opener featured
by the pitching of baby-faced Ned
Garver.
Veteran Bob Feller, thenlosing
pitcher, had trouble finding the
plate and was jerked after two
innings by Manager Lou Boud-
reau. The only hit off him was a
triple to the right center fence
by rookie Jack Graham, leading to
the first Browns run, but Feller
walked three.
* * *
NEW YORK - "Old Reliable"
Tommy Henrich, came through in
the clutch today, socking a two
out ninth inning home run to give
the New York Yankees a 3-2 tri-
umph over the Washington Sen-
ators before 40,075 opening day
fans at the Yankee Stadium.
* * *
PHILADELPHIA - Lou Brissie,
Philadelphia Athletics sophomore
left-handed pitcher with the war-
shattered leg, started the 1949
baseball season today just as he
did last year-beating the Boston
Red Sox-3-2 at Shibe Park.
BOSTON-After 17 scoreless in-

nings-nine of them yesterday
when they were blanked 4-0-
the Boston Braves suddenly came
to life today and twice defeated
the Philadelphia Phillies 4-3 and
11-2 before a Patriots' Day crowd
of 30,337 Wigwam fans.
In the ninth of the opener Ed
Stanky and Al Dark singled in
succession off Curt Simmons. Earl
Torgeson walked and Ken Trinkle
took over for Simmons. Bob El-
liott walked to force in a run and
Jim Russell singled home two
more. A wild pitch let Elliott go
to third whence he rushed across
the plate with the winning run
after Tommy Holmes flied out to
center.
* * *
THE PHILS got off to a short-
lived two-run lead against Vern
Bickford in the second game but
the Tribe added four runs in the
third and six more with a six-
hit attack in the fourth.
* * *
CINCINNATI--Two costly errors
by Nippy Jones and Tommy Gla-
viano let three unearned Cincin-
nati runs across the plate today
as the Reds opened their 1949 Na-
tional League baseball season with
a 3-1 victory over the St. Louis
Cardinals.
Ken Raffensberger, veteran
left-hander, set the Cards down
with only five hits. Enos Slaugh-
ter's home run in the seventh
was the only damaging blow.
CHICAGO-Rip Sewell, always
a Chicago nemesis, won a pitching
duel of 40-year-olds today as the
Pittsburgh Pirates nicked Emil
(Dutch) Leonard for an unearned
ninth inning tally and a opening
day 1-0 win over the Chicago Cubs
today.
BROOKLYN-Brooklyn treated
a record opening day crowd of 34,-
530 onlookers at Ebbets Field to a.
power attack that all but buried
the New York Giants under a 10-
3 drubbing today.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN*

MATT MANN III
. . . new swim captain
fourth in the Olympic breast-
stroke at London last summer.
Included among the letter win-
ners were Jack Arbuckle, Bill Aus-
tin, Bob Byberg, Tommy Coates,
George Eyster, Bernie Kahn, Bill
Kogen, John McCarthy, Matt
Mann III, Charlie Moss, Dave
Neisch, Jay Sanford, Torn Smith,
Bob Sohl, Gus Stager, Dave Tittle,
Ralph Trimborn, Bill Upthegrove
and Dick Weinberg.
* * *
RESERVE AWARDS were given
to Tony Bandyk, John Donaldson,
Tom Harkness, Jim Hartman,
Frank Keller and Bob Wegener.
Those receiving freshman num-
erals were A. L. Beck, John Davis,
Stew Elliott, Dan Fowler, Dick
Howell, Tom Keenan, John Lee,
Dick Martin, Spence Parsons, Tom
Reigel, Walt Robertson, Leo Was-
serberger and Jim White.

(Continued from Page 2)
tained at the Bureau of Appoint-
nentsi 3528 Administration Bldg.
Xntei+ews:
The Western Cartridge Com-
pany of Alton, Illinois, will be at
the Bureau of Appointments on
April 27 to-interview mechanical
anid :industrial engineers for their
training program; Men. interested
In this program please contact the
3ureau by noon TODAY.
Approved student sponsored so-
cial events for the coming week-
end:
Aprl l22
Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Sig-
nia Phi, Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha
Xi Delta, Cantebury Club, Chi
Oiuega, Collegiate Sorosis, Con-
gregetional-Disciples Guild, Delta
Gnutna, Helen Newberry, Kappa
Nu, Lambda Chi Alpha, New
Women's Residence, Pi Beta Phi,
tJniversity of Mich. Wrestling
Team, Zeta Tau Alpha
April 23
Acacia, Adams House, West
Quad, Allen Rumsey House, Alpha
Chi Omega, Alpha Delta Phi, Al-
pha Omicron Pi, Alpha Tau
Qmiega, Beta Theta Pi, Chi Phi,
Delta Chi, Delta Kappa Epsilon,
Delta Sigma Pi, Delta. Tau Delta,

Delta
ma

Upsil'on Chapter, Kappa Sig-,

Lloyd House, Michigan House,
Michigan Sailing Club, Phi Delta
Epsilon, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Delta
Theta, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi
Kappa Sigma, Phi Kappa Tau
Fraternity, Phi Sigma Delta, Phi
Sigma Kappa, Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon, Sigma Alpha Mu, 'Sigma
Delta Tau, Sigma Nu Fraternity,
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Theta Xi Fra-
ternity, Triangle
April 23
Trigon, Williams' House, Young
Progressives, Zeta Psi
April 24
Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Gamma
Delta, Hayden House, Hiawatha
Club, Mary Markley House, Mosh-
er Hall

Lectures
The Thomas M. Cooley Lectures,
third series. Third lecture, "Rep-
resentative Suits-i." Professor
Zechariah Chafee, Jr., Harvard
Law School. 4:15 p.m., Wed., April
20, 120 Hutchins Hall.
University Lecture: "Expecta-
tions in Cancer Research." Dr. E.
V. Cowdry, Professor of Anatomy
and Director of Research, Bar-
nard Free Skin and Cancer Hos-
pital, Washington University
Medical School, St. Louis, Mis-
souri; auspices of the Medical
School and the Ann Arbor Branch
of the Women's Field Army of the
American Cancer Society. 4:15

p.m., Wed., April 20,

Amphitheatre.
University Lecture: "The Phil-
osophy of Speech Education." Pro-
fessor Andrew T. Weaver, Chair-
man of the Department of Speech,
University of Wisconsin; auspices
of the Department of Speech. 3
p.m., Wed., April 20, Rackham
Lecture Hall.
Special Lectures in Education,
auspices of the School of Educa-
tion. "UNESCO and World Peace."
Professor William Clark Trow. 7
p.m., Wed., April 20, University
High School Auditorium.
(Continued on Page 4)

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