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TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DIAIL "

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Netmen

Beat

Sartans;

Nine

faces

No tre

Dame

Second Victory Over MSC
Runs Win Streak to Seven
Paton Defeated by Malaga in Only Loss;
Hetzeck Is Extended as Team Wins, 8-1

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Sailors Edged by Gophers;
Second FlotillaTriumphant

By BOB VOKAC
The slim margin of one
kept the Wolverine sailors
making a clean sweep of

point
from
their

By ED HOFFMAN
"We did it before, and we can
Clo it again."
That was the thought in the
miids of Michigan's netmen as
they faced the Spartans of State,
handing them their second defeat
of the season, 8-1, on the varsity
courts yesterday.
THIS MATCH marked the
seventh victory in as many starts
for Coach Bill Murphy's squad,
which is tuning up for the West-
eri Conference meet to be held
beginning May 26.
Played under perfect weather
conditions, the number one sin-
gles found Michigan in trouble.
Bob Malaga; captain of the MSC
squad looked with a revengeful
eye at Andy Paton, as he de-
feated him 6-2, 6-4.
When Paton faced Malaga at
State he had trouble defeating
him in three sets. Malaga won the
first set of that match, Paton com-
ing back to win the next two to
take the match. Paton's was Mich-
igan's sole loss yesterday. In the
number two singles, Al Hetzeck for
the Maize and Blue was forced to
three sets to defeat Bob Fleish-
mann of MSC.
TiS MATCH saw fine tennis
form, as the Spartan won the first,
set 6-1. However Hetzeck settled
down to display his usual fine
form. He won the first match
poin't for the Wolverines, taking
the next two sets 6-3, 6-2,
'In the number three spot, vet-
eran Wolverine netter, Fred Otto
won his match with no difficulty,

topping Mike Yatchman 6-3, 6-1.
In the last meet at East Lansing,
which Michigan won 7-2, Otto was
defeated by Tom Martin.
HOWEVER former "M" captain
Bill Mikluich completed Otto's re-
venge by edging Martin in three
sets yesterday. He played good
tennis winning, 7-5, 0-6, 6-3.
Holding up the fifth slot, Bob
MacKay easily defeated Bruce
Brevitz 6-0, 6-2. In the sixth
berth however, State had an un-
fortunate accident.
..Don Perillo, sixth Spartan net-
moan, dropped his first set to Gor-
die Naugle of Michigan and was
leading in the second set 3-2 when
he turned his ankle and was forced
to leave the courts. Michigan won
the match, 6-4, 2-3, and default.
IN THE DOUBLES Otto and
Hetzeck teamed up to drop Yatch-
man and Martin in the number
two slot 6-2, 6-3. In the third spot
MacKay and Naugle slashed
Jerry Teifer and Brevitz 6-0, 6-1.
Teifer replaced Perillo after he
hurt his ankle.
The longest match of the day
was the number one doubles with
Paton and Mikulich opposing
Malaga and Fleishmann of
State. The first set was won by
Michigan, in a rapid fashion,
6-1.
It looked like Paton and 'Mik'
couldn't be stopped but the State
netters set them on their heels
winning the second set 6-3. The
third and final set of the meet
went to eight games. Michigan was
leading 7-6 and Paton served the
last game, clinching the match
with a love game, topping the
Spartans, 8-6.
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weekend's barnstorming tour of
Michigan and Minnesota.
As one portion of the Maize and
Blue tars swamped the opposition
in the MSC Triangular Regatta at
Lake Lansing, a second Michigan
flotilla sailed to within one point
of the Gopher victors in the Min-
nesota Invitational at Lake Har-
riet.
AFTER STAGING a terrific dis-
play of point-winning sailing on
Saturday to cop five of the eight
races in the Minnesota Invita-
tional, Michigan's sailors failed to
pick up the necessary points Sun-
day to nose out their Maroon and
Gold hosts.
Minnesota garnered 65 points
to win as Michigan followed

-Daily-Hank Tyson
AL HETZECK .. . sensational
sophomore netman tries for an
ace as he defeats Bob Fleishman
in yesterday's meet with MSC.
WHA' HOPPEN ?

Cindermen Upset Dope Sheet
WithClose Defeat of Illinois

with 64, MacAlester 55, and St.
Thomas with 43.
Of the eleven originally sched -
uled to participate in Minnesota'sl
first invitational regatta, only the
four named above actually partic-
ipated.
* * *
UNEXPECTED MICHIGAN en-
tries at the Lake Harriet races
were Commodore Jim Rukin and
Head Instructro Ed Bainbride
who joined the original party of
Tom Speckman, Gene O'Connor
and Frank Reed.
The tide ran in Michigan's
favor at Lake Lansing, though,
as the Wolverine sailors turned
back Michigan State and Wayne
in the MSC Triangular Regatta.
Completely outclassing the op-
position, Michigan rolled up 88
points to hurdle the Spartan's 75
and Wayne's 55. This was Wayne's
second taste of collegiate sailing
in their initial year of competition.
Individual honors went to Mich-
igan's Johns brothers. Bob Johns
snared eight out of eight first
places on Saturday and one first
on Sunday while brother Jim, sub-
stituting for Gordon Nelson on
Sunday, copped three out of four
tallies. Nelson won six out of eight
races Saturday.,
Crew members for the Wolver-
ine tars at Lake Lansing were
Mary Kellogg and Lucy Sebald.
With all the preliminary re-
gattas now over, the decks are
cleared for the Mid-West Colle-
giate Dinghy Championship Re-
gatta at Whitmore Lake this week.
Senators Edge
Red Sox by 3-2
WASHINGTON-(,) -Washing-
ton's red-hot Senators capitalized
on a blunder by pinch-runner Lou
Stringer to save a 3-2 decision over
the Boston Red Sox here yester-
day.
Stringer was caught off sec-
ond base as Sam Mele's single
sent Tom O'Brien scurrying
toward, home with the potential
tying run. Umpire Joe Paparella
ruled that the putout at second
was accomplished before O'Brien
reached home.
Mickey Haefner notched his
third win for Washington, while
Jack kaimer was dealt his third
loss.

According to the dope sheets,
Michigan shouldn't have beat Il-
linois in track last Saturday, but
the Wolverines came through with
a three-point margin over the Il-
lini for one of the biggest upsets
of the sports week and left the
fans asking: "Wha' Happen?"
Part of the answer lies in the
fact that the track squad had
planned a birthday party for
Coach Don Canham after the
meet, and they knew that the best
way to make a good celebration of
it was to win the meet.
* * *
ACTUALLY, Canham's birthday
was the day of the California meet
two weeks ago, but after dropping
that meet by a scant two points,
nobody felt much like celebrating.
So the party was planned for
after the Illinois meet, and there
wasn't anything left to do but win.
And this theory is born out by
some of the individual perform-
ances of the Michigan team,
which showed that they were
going "all out" to win.
For instance, sophomore pole
vaulter Russ Osterman had never
cleared 12 ft., 6 in. before in com-
petition, and not too much better
in practice. But he jumped 13 ft.,

This 1eek
BASEBALL
May 17-Notre Dame at South
Bend.
May 20-Western Michigan at
Kalamazoo.
May 21-Michigan State at
East Lansing.
May 23-Quantico Marines at
Ann Arbor, 3:30 p.m.
TRACK
May20-21-Western Confer-
ence Championships at
Evanston.
GOLF
May 21--University of Iowa at
Iowa City.
TENNIS
May 18--Match with Western
Michigan, canceled.
May 21-Ohio State at Ann
Arbor, 10 a.m.
SAILING
May 21-22--Mid-west Cham-
pionships at Whitmore
Lake.
Kohl To Coach
Ralph Kohl, varsity tackle for
the Wolverines for two seasons,
has decided to forego a try at pro
football with' the Baltimore Colts
and has accepted an offer to coach
the game at the Belding, Michi-
gan high school.
Along with his regular duties on
the gridiron, he will be head track
coach and assistant basketball
mentor.
* * *
LOU PARRY, another Michigan
student and phys-ed major, will
coach along with Kohl. He will be
Kohl's assistant in football and
also head basketball and baseball
coach.
Kohl's decision is probably
influenced by his old knee in-
jury. Four years ago he was told
that he could never play again
after his knee had been seriously
hurt.
He wanted to play so badly that
he had an operation on his own
and reported for practice the fol-
lowing fall. He saw a little action
with the junior varsity.
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Michigan To Try for Sixth
Straight Win at South Bend

By BOB SANDELL
Michigan's resurging baseball
squad will be in quest of its
sixth straight triumph today when
it tangles with the University of
Notre Dame at South Bend in the
second contest of the home and
home series with the Irish.
The Wolverines won the first
game at Ferry Field three weeks
ago. 9-8. in a free hitting affair
that was featured by sophomore
Gerald Dorr's tenth inning home
run.
WALTER "BUD" Rankin, who
went the distance for Michigan in
that game, will take the mound
again today in an effort to make a
clean sweep over the Irish.
Rankin has two Big Nine wins
to his credit and has been bear-
ing the brunt of the pitching
chores since Bill Taft and Dick
Smith have been sidelined with
sore arms.
Coach Ray Fisher expects Notre
Dame to use a lefthander against
his Wolverine this time, and it will
probably be either Dick Smullen or
John Campbell both of whom
shackled Illinois a few weeks ago.
* * *
MICHIGAN solved righthended

Walt Mahannah for 14 hits in the
previous game, but haven't been
quite so successful against south-
paws.
Fisher sent his club through a
lengthy batting drill yesterday
to try to strengthen the team's
punch. He stated that he was
pretty well satisfied with the
squad's fielding.
But evidently he doesn't expect
any more "gifts" such as the Wol-
verines received last week at Co-
lumbus when nine runs crossed the
plate without a ball being hit out
of the infield.
Fisher indicated that the start-
ing lineup would depend on wheth-
er the Irish hurler is a left or
right hander, but it will probably
consist of Willard Baker, Ralph
Morrison, and either Hal Morrill
or Leo Koceski in the outfield;
Jack McDonald at first, Bill Buch-
olz at second, Bob Wolff at short,
and Ted Kobrin at third. Captain
Hal Raymond will be behind the
plate.
It became apparent yesterday
that Smith and Taft are probably
through for the season. Taft
doesn't expect to use his arm for
a month and it is doubtful that
Smith will be of any use either.

4 in. and tied for first place with
three others, including Michigan's
Ed Ulvestad and Illini Don Laz,
co-holder of the Big Nine indoor
title.
MICHIGAN'S LOSS of Art Hen-
rie in the dashes was thought to
be a really severe blow to their
chances, but Wolverines Var
Baydarian and Jim Morrish pulled
up second and third in the 100
with two unexpected places for
Michigan.
Bob Thomason ran a disap-
pointing last place in the mile
run, and he probably figured
the birthday party wouldn't be
too cheerful. So when Canham
told Thomason he was going to
run the half-mile, he made up
for his earlier performance and
took first place with a sprint
finish. ,
Another top performance was
turned in by Al Wahl, converted
football tackle. He hurled the dis-
cus 142 ft. to place second behind
Pete Dendrinos' 143 ft., 10 in.

Major League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. G.B. W L Pct. G.B.
New York ...16 9 .640 ... New York ...16 9 .640 .
Detroit ......14 11 .560 2 Boston. .....16 9 .640
Chisago .....14 12 .538 22 Cincinnati .. .13 12 .520 3
Philadelphia .14 13 .519 3 Brooklyn ....12 13 .480 4
Washington . 14 13 .519 3 St. Louis ....10 12 .455 42
Cleveland ...10 10 .500 32 Philadelphia .11 15 .423 52
Boston ......10 13 .435 5 Pittsburgh . . .11 15 .425 52
St. Louis .... 8 19 .296 9 Chicago .....10 14 .417 52

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