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Read and Use
Drop One Set
Mackay, Hetzeck Win
In Varsity Opener
By DAVE PRESTON
Michigan's tennis squad started
out the 1950 season on the right
foot yesterday with a 9-0 shutout
victory over the University of De-
troit on the home courts.
In the number one singles match
Co-captain Don MacKay had little
trouble downing Al Renuart by a
6-1, 6-0 score. MacKay displayed
a well-rounded game, being parti-
cularly effective at the net.
THE WOLVERINES' number'
two man, Al Hetzeck, was a little
wild, but still easily defeated the
opponents' Dick Zaborowski by
virtue of his stinging drives, 6-0,
The winners' Dick Lincoln,l
the only lefthander to see ac-
tion, continued the trouncing by
quickly and neatly dispatching
Dick Russell, 6-1, 6-2.
Coach Bill Murphy chose to give
sophomore Steve Bromberg his
baptism of fire in the number four
slot, and Steve quickly proved that
he would be a man to be depended
for the next three years. Showing
none of the effects of inexperience
he breezed by Scott Krause 6-1,
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IN THE NUMBER five position
versatile Len Brumm showed as
much skill as he did on the hockey
team this winter. In his 6-2, 6-3
win over the Titans' Wally Pro-
mack he flashed a steady brand of
tennis to wear down his adversary.
Until the last minute Mur-
phy had not decided on his num-
ber six man, but had the plea-
sure of seeing Bob Stahl justi-
fy his decision by topping Bill
Jeanette, 6-0, 7-9, 6-4. Although
many games were forced to
Major Scrimmage Caps Third,
Week ofVarsityGrid Practice
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deuce, and he dropped the only
set Michigan lost, Stahl was
more than equal to the occa-
sion when the chips were down.
It was essentially the same story
in the doubles, both in the per-
sonnel ,and the results. The only
change was Murphy's insertion of
sophomore Dave Barrett into the
number three doubles. The move
proved successful as Barrett team-
ed with Brumm to down Promacdk
and Jeanette, limiting them to
only one game, 6-1, 6-0.
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MacKAY and Hetzeck show d
they will be a duo to be reckoned
with all season in their 6-1, 6, 1
shellacking of Russell and Za -
browski. Both men were amazing-
ly sharp for this early in the sea-
son, and used a repertoire of shots,
which consistantly left their op-
Using a devastating net game
Lincoln and Bromberg_ overpower-
ed Renuart and Joe Mikula, 6-3,
6-0, to complete the whitewashing
in impressive fashion.
By MARV EPSTEIN
The cold weather finally caught
up with Michigan's spring grid
aspirants as they went through
their second major scrimmage
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan shift-
ed the scene of action from the
practice area behind the baseball
stadium to the old Ferry Field
gridiron, where Fielding H. Yost's
point-a-minute heroes made his-
AND FOR THE first hour the
spring crew looked so good that
comparisons with the by-gone era
of the great Yost were being made
by some of the 200 on-lookers.
But the almost-winter wea-
ther seemed to cool off things
and for the second hour of ac-
tion the varsity hopefuls re-
minded the Wolverine coaching
staff that this, after all, is still
Although Coach Oosterbaan ex-
pressed dissatisfaction with the
last half of the work-out, he did
concede that whatever it was that
dampened the performances of the
majority of gridders did not affect
a select half-dozen.
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THREE OF THESE are men
who have already attracted con-
siderable attention. They are the
double-barrel backfield shotguns,
Dave Hill, Frank Howell and Rog
Hill's graceful shiftiness
Paced By Net,
With an opening in the mon-
soon season, the Intra-Mural
spring athletic program continued
with activity in softball and ten-
Pitcher John Case went the six
inning distance on the hill for Zeta
Psi and also belted out a home
rum in the second inning to pace
his fraternity to a 14-4 victory
prompted one spectator to tab
.him a "football ballerina."
Howell broke away for a dozen
pay-dirt type runs.
The other member of the
marked trio, Rog Zatkoff, is a
brick wall defensive artist who
has made himself a terror to of-
Tom Kelsey, holdover letterman
at end, Bud Reeme and Bob Hur-
ley drew special mention from
Oosterbaan for the first time.
IN A BIT of experimentation,
Kelsey was shifted to a guard'slot,
and in the first extended prac-
tice he has participated in showed
remarkably well. Reeme stood out
as an offensive end, while Hurley,
a 5 foot, 10 inch freshman from
Colorado, works out of the tail-
Oosterbaan admitted that the
size of the spring contingent is
making it difficult to spot all
the talent. More than 100 try-
outs are still sticking out the
Competition is so keen that
many of the freshman aspirants
are pressing too hard, said the
Maize and Blue mentor. He cre-
dited excessive fumbling, 'conspi-
cuous throughout yesterday's ses-
sion, to the fact that several of
the newcomers are trying to out-
Today and Monday
M' Sailing Club Humbles Irish
In First Dual Meet of Season
k story of dark terror and strange love S
A REPUBLIC PICTURE
with JUDITH ANDERSON - MICHAEL CHEKHOV
IVAN KIROV - VIOLA ESSEN -LIONEL STANDER
By BOB LANDOWNE
The University of Michigan
Sailing Club swept to a lop-sided
victory over Notre Dame in their
first dual meet of the season at
Whitmore Lake yesterday.
The score was 1-0 since a point
is awarded only for each first
place in a dual meet.
THE WOLVERINES used al-
most every available member of
the club asabout20 sailorssaw
action as either skipper or crew-
man on the two-man Tiger
In each of the five races,
both teams manned five of the
sailing club's dinks and the
crews changed boats each race
to eliminate any mechanical
ping the skilled Michigan tars as
the best Notre Dame could do was
take two second places.
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ODDLY ENOUGH, five differ-
ent skippers registered the vic-
tories for Michigan.
Bob Preston took the number
five boat across the finish line
for Michigan's first point, and
Teena Lawrence was skippering
number 10 as she easily won the
second race for the Wolverines.
Bill Morgan was first with num-
ber one as he clinched the meet
with the Wolverines third vic-
tory in as many races. Jim Rukin
and Red Oppenheimer then made
it five straight and a clean sweep
for the day.
Though rather cold, the weather
was very suitable for sailing with
the wind not too erratic.k
* ENDS TODAY
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- MINIATURES -
there was no stop-
IN A THREE INNING game,
Bob Schmidt pitched a one hitter
as Sigma Phi Epsilon whitewashed
Scoring one run in the sixth
to tie the score, and then push-
ing across the tie-breaker in
the final frame, Alpha Sigma
Psi nosed out Phi Sigma Kap-
Paced by a four-bagger by Tom
Olin, Sigma Chi outlasted Alpha
Delta Phi, 18-11. In the only other
fraternity softball contest Sigma
Phi overwhelmed Sigma Pt, 22-1.
Ken Vance won his own game with
three hits and two walks for a
perfect day at the plate.
* * *
IN THE independents league,
Newman Club topped the rlawVi-
ans, 14-7. The Dodgers beat the
Mites, 2-1, on the strength of a
first inning homer with a man on
by Don Keyes.
There was also fraternity ac-
tion in tennis with Pi Lambda
Phi beating Delta Tau Delta., 3-0.
Stan May paced the squad by
taking his two sets 6-0, 6-1.
With Bill Cartwright playing a
consistent game Kappa Sigma
downed Delta Chi, 3-0.
* * *
CHI PSI LOST all four sets to
Chi Phi, and Theta Xi beat Kappa
Nu. On the strength of Barry Le-
vey's backhand slams Zeta Beta
Tau was able to beat Theta Chi,
For the fourth time this spring
the water-polo championship play-
offs were called off.
The only thing holding up the
start of cricket this year is the
arrival of equipment from Bri-
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