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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wolverines LeadBig Nine
Baseball At Half Way Mark

Major League Standings

Michigan Linksmen Score
1712-9/2 Win Over Illinois

AMERICAN LEAGUE

By HAROLD TANNER l
Rated a darkhorse contender at
the beginning of the campaign,
the Michigan baseball team enters
the second half of the Big Nine
season one full game ahead of the
pack and as the team to be reck-
oned with down the home stretch.
Although the Wolverines split
their weekend series with Illinois,
they maintained their lead over
Wisconsin as the second place
Badgers bowed to Purdue. Mich-
igan now has five wins against
one loss, while Wisconsin has four
wins and two defeats and Iowa
has three victories and a brace
of setbacks.
* * *
COACH RAY FISHER seeking
his third successive share in the
conference crown was on the whole
pleased. with the performance of
'M'Sailors
Win Meet
Paced by Commodore Jim Johns,
Michigan's Sailing Club led the
way for five other contending
teams, as they finished first in the
eliminatins for the Mid West Re-
gatta held last Sunday at Whit-
more Lake.
The Wolverines garnered 72
points in the twelve races, and
they were followed by Purdue with
64 and Bowling Green with 51,
which gives these three teams the
opportunity of representing this
area in the coming repatta to be
held at Ohio State May 20 and 21.
WAYNE UNIVERSITY scored
Ehtries both for the All-
Campus tennis tournament and
for the horseshoes tournament
are still being taken at the
Intra-Mural office. The tennis
tourney begins May 10, while
horseshoes begins May 15.
-Rod Grambeau
50 points and narrowly missed
qualifying, while Michigan State
and Oberlin brought up the rear
with 42 and 28 points, respectively.
Johns handled the Michigan
boat in all six races of the 'A' di-
Vision,

his team against the Illini al-
though he was not happy about
the exhilj tion of sloppy fielding
in both games.
The Wolverines made five er-
rors in each game, and these
miscues opened the door for all
but one run in Friday's 6-5 vic-
tory and were a key factor in
the 9-2 setback Saturday.
Michigan's pitching, handled by
Eddie Grenkoski and Bob Hicks,
was of top quality but Hicks jas
unable to get over all the bumps
which his mates got him into in
the second game with the Illini.
* * *
FACING ALBY PLAIN and Juny
Tangman, Michigan ran into its
toughest pitching opposition of
the season. They hopped on Plain,
previously the leading pitcher in
the 'Conference, for six earned
runs, but were baffled by the
southpaw slants of Tangman.
They only collected eight safeties
off the lefthander, half of which
were stroked by Ted Berce, re-
serve infielder.
Following the Illinois series only
three Michigan regulars are .hit-
ting over the .300 mark in Big
Nine play. Leo Kocseki who banged
out four hits Friday heads the
list with .370.
Ralph Morrison is next in line
with a .333 mark while catcher
Pete Palmer is hitting at a .320
clip.
Campus Rifle
Contest Ends
Don Postma took top honors in
the expert division of the All-
Campus rifle shooting contest held
yesterday, as he scored a total of
385 out of a possible 400 points.
Right behind Postma, tied for
second, were Robert Martin and
Martin Evart, with 384 points
each. George Beckwith's 381 points
were enough to win the marksmen
division, and Bud Holcomb copped
the novice title, scoring 373 points.
Bill Samanikas finished second
in the marksman division with a
total of 378 points. Dick Humes
fired 370 points to take second in
the novice division.
Each of the seventy-three com-
petitors fired thirty rounds prone,
and ten rounds standing.

Detroit
Boston
New York
Washington
Cleveland
Philadelphia
Chicago
St. Louis

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10 4
13 7
9 7
8 7
6 8
6 10
4 8
4 9

Pct.
.714
.650
.563
.533
.429
.375
.333
.308

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2.
21/
4
5
5
51/

NATIOr
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Boston
Pittsburgh
Chicago
New York
Cincinnati

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11
12
10
10
9
6
5
4

L
6
8
8
9
9
6
8
13

NAL LEAGUE

Pct.
.647
.600
.556
.526
.500
.500
.385
.235

GB
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2
2%/
21/
4
7

TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at New York (N) -
Ostrowski (2-0) vs. Lopat (2-1).
Cleveland at Philadelphia (N)
- Bearden (0-0) or Gromek
(1-0) vs. Fowler (0-1).
Detroit at Boston - Trucks
(2-0) vs. Kinder (2-2).
Chicago at Washington (N)
-Haefner (0-1) vs. Hittle (0-0).

TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Chicago-Jan-
sen (1-2) vs. Schmitz (1-1).
Boston at St. Louis (N) -
Spahn (4-1) vs. Brazle (1-0) or
Munger (1-1).
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh (N) -
Branca (0-0) vs. Queen (1-1).
(Only Games Scheduled)

* * , ,

Tigers Beat Yanks, 7-1

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Cardinals, Dodgers Win

NEW YORK-(RP)-Art Houtte-
man, 22-year-old Tiger pitching
ace, weathered a ninth inning up-
rising today enabling Detroit to
defeat the New York Yankees, 7-1,
and stay on top in the American
League.
The victory was Houtteman's
fourth of the season against a
single loss. Hoot Evers led the at-
tack on loser Vic Raschi with a
two-run homer in the ninth, and
a single in the fourth that scored
George Kell.
Kell and Wertz also did heavy
hitting for the Tigers. Kell, last
year's American League batting
champion, had a triple, double
and single in five times at bat,
scoring three times, and Wertz
made a double and triple.
, , *

Bearden to beat the Indians, 4-2,
and sweep a 2-game series.
Singles by Herb Conyers, Ray
Boone, Bob Lemon and Dale
Mitchell put Hudson in trouble in
the ninth when the Indians got
their only runs.
* * *
CINCINNATI - QP) -A wild
throw by Herm Wehmeier in an
attempted seventh-inning pickoff
play brought in the tie-breaking
run for the Philadelphia Phillies
here tonight, giving them a 6-5
There will be an 'M' Club
meeting at 7:30 p.m. Thursday
in Yost Field House.
-Jeff Knight

Special to The Daily
CHAMPAIGN - A sizzling 66 by
sophomore Dick Evans showed the
way in Michigan's 17%-9% win
yesterday over Illinois' golf team
at the Champaign Country Club.
The lanky Ohioan coupled his
six-under-par afternoon round
with a morning 77, and came up
with a 143 total, still a stroke be-
low par.
* * *
EVANS NEVER went over par
on any hole as he tied the course
record here, and he birdied three
holes on each nine, including the
long par-five 11th. His cards for
the nines were 34 and 32.
In the morning best - ball
rounds ,Evans teamed with Leo
Hauser, and together they pick-
ed up three points-from Rod and
Pete Fletcher, the sons of the
Illini coach. Hauser carded a 76.
Wolverines Dean Lind and Keith
LeClair, who played together in
the morning's doubles, tied for
second medal honors with 150 to-
tals. Lind had 77-73 scores, and
LeClair, 76-74.
* * *
HIGH WINDS, reminiscent of
Saturday's match with Iowa,
plagued the linksmen in the morn-
ing, and kept most of the scores
relatively high. But at noon, Mich-
igan held a 5%/-3/2 advantage.
This. Week
TENNIS
Wednesday - Michigan at
Notre Dame
Saturday - Illinois at Ann
Arbor
BASEBALL
Wednesday - Michigan at
Michigan State
Friday - Purdue at Ann Ar-
bor
Saturday - Purdue at Ann
Arbor
GOLF
Saturday-Ohio State at Ann
Arbor
Monday - Purdue at Ann
Arbor
TRACK
Saturday - Michigan, Illi-
nois a n d Northwestern a t
Champaign
Try a shorter cut!
It's easy to manage.
It's comfortable.
9 barbers. No waiting.
Today!
The Daseola Barbers
Liberty off State

Low man for the Illini was
Dave Logan, with 75-76. Logan
paired with Ray Kimpel in the
doubles, and they picked up two
points from Lind, and LeClair.
But in the singles Logan drop-
ped a pair of points to LeClair,
who tallied 74.
Wolverine Co-captain Chuck
MacCallcm and John Fraser, with
77 and 79, split the points with the
Illinois duo of Gene Peterson and
George Dayiantis, although Day-
iantis hit the skidswith a high 87.
Dayiantis settled down with a 75
in the afternoon, but was no
match for Evans' record round.
* * *
FRASER, WITH 78, picked up
points from Rod Fletcher in the
singles play. Fletcher carded 80
against Fraser, far off his morning
73.
Hauser, playing number two
singles for Michigan, shot a 76,
but dropped 2z points to Gene
Peterson, who had 74. MacCal-
lum carded an 80 against Pete
Fletcher in the number six sin-
gles, and dropped one stroke and
two points to the Illini golfer.
Rounding out the singles play,
Lind teed-off with Kimpel and
came out on top with a 73. Kimpel
totaled 76.

Baseball Leaders
BATTING HOME RUNS
GAB R HPct.
Musial 14 53 10 24 .446 Williams, Red Sox ... ....7
Pafko 12 41 7 18 .439 Jones, Phillies.6
Hegan 11 37 7 15 .415JoePils. ......
Sisler 21 73 16 29 .397 Wood, Browns. ....... .5
DiMaggio 17 72 21 28 .389
Mapes 12 36 8 14 .389 Gordon, Braves............5
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ST. LOUIS-()-Little Tommy
Glaviano was the big man of the
diamond tonight as the St. Louis
Cardinals again drubbed the Bos-
ton Braves, 10-3, in a wild Red
Bird hitting spree.,
Glaviano in the first inning
bunted safely, went to third on
Vern Bickford's high throw tol
first, and scored on a single by
Enos Slaughter.
In the second inning Glaviano
homered with two out and two on.
He doubled in the fourth.
* -* *
WASHINGTON-(A)-Sid Hud-
son survived Cleveland's two-run
ninth inning rally tonight as
Washington made the most of its
eight hits off Bob Feller and Gene

victory over the Cincinnati Reds
and a clean sweep of the three-
game series. ' Ted Kluszewski's
three-run homer in the sixth put
Cincinnati ahead 5-4 until the
Phillies' two-run rally in the sev-
enth.
PITTSBURGH-()- Brooklyn
barely survived another ninthinn-
ing rally today, staving off Pitts-
burgh, 7-5, on Jim Russell's two-
run homer.
Clarence Podbielan, rookie
righthander, held a 7-3 lead going
into the ninth but faltered after
Ralph Kiner blasted his fifth
homer. The Brooks finally had to
call in Jack Banta to get the side
out- It was Kiner's first hit off
Dodger pitching in 35 times at bat,
dating back to last season.

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- DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
Student Affairs before 12 o'clock
noon today. Chaperons may be
a resident housemother or a mar-
ried couple 25 years of age or old-
er.
Summer Institute on the Near
. East: Grants in aid. Graduate stu-
dents who wish to apply for study
aid grants at the Institute on the
Near East-to be held on the cam-
pus during the Summer Session-
may now obtain application blanks
at the office of the Department of
Near Eastern Studies, 2023 Angell
- Hall. All applications must be
completed and in the hands of the
American Council of Learned So-
cieties by May 20.
Teaching Positions:
The Division of Schools of The
Panama Canal is seeking well-
qualified teachers to fill vacancies
in Kindergarten, Elementary, Jun-
ior High School and Senior High
School. These are nine month
appointments. This division is al-
so seeking four physical education
and recreation teachers for twelve
month positions. Age, 24-40. All
applicants must have at least
three full years of teaching ex-
perience.
The American School of Guate-
mala City, Guatemala has the fol-
lowing openings: Social Science

teacher who can also teach music;
two early elementary teachers who
can also teach kindergarten. One
of the early elementary teachers
must also have elementary music.
The fourth opening is a later ele-
mentary position.
For further information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Administration Building, ext. 489.
Employment Interviews:
The Borden Company (Chemical
Division), New York City, will in-
terview chemical engineers or or-
ganic chemists today for sales en-
gineering assignments in the Buf-
falo area. This may be a June
graduate or a man already out of
school.
They are also looking for non-
technical people for sales in vari-
ous mid-western territories, this
is straight merchandising, calling
on retailers.
A representative of Seeman &
Peters, Inc., Saginaw, Michigan,
will be at The Bureau of Appoint-
ments on Thurs., May 11, to inter-
view seniors interested in becom-
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force operates throughout Eastern
Michigan. Their sales force oper-
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Men graduating with degrees in
journalism or business administra-
tion preferred.
A representative of Wings &
Wheels, Inc., Chicago, Illinois, will
be at the Bureau of Appointments
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