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1, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

v Third UWrslebins

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Eleven Seniors Say 'Adios'
To Michigan Baseball Team

Northwestern Takes Fourth
Straight Title; Lincoln Stars

By JIM PARKER
Eleven seniors wound up their
Michigan baseball careers this sea-
son, eight of whom made their
final appearances in intercollegiate
competition in the victorious sweep
of Ohio State last week-end.
The eight who saw their final
action against the Buckeyes were:
Bob Hicks, pitcher; Hal Morrill,
first base; Bill Bucholz, second
base; Bob Wolff, shortstop and
team captain; Ted Berce, utility
infielder; Ralph Morrison and Vic
Fryling, center field; and Bob Fan-
oett, right field.
THE THREE other seniors on
the squad are pitchers Jack York
and Dick Bogard and first base-
man Ed Froscheiser.
Hicks, a vital factor in the
Wolverines' drive for their third
consecutive Big Ten champion-
All lockers at the I-M Build-
ing must be vacated by Satur-
day, June 3.
Earl Riskey
ship, posted a 3-1 hurling record
against Conference foes and had
a 2-1,mark in non-league com-
petition.
York made four mound appear-
ances over the season and Bogard
pitched in two games with only
York registering a decision, an 8-4
win over Ft. Meade.
AFTER A prolonged early sea-
son batting slump, Morrill finished
strong to post a .253 batting aver-
age for the year. The biggest sin-
gle day at the plate for the vet-
eran first sacker was a fourvfor
five outburst against Notre Dame
last week.
After sharing the first base

duties during the Southern trip,
Froscheiser was later used pri-
marily in a pinch hitting role.
Both Bucholz and Wolff played
the entire season at their respec-
tive second base and shortstop po-
sitions.
* * *
BUCHOLZ proved a dangerous
lead off man, placing second to
Leo Koceski in runs scored with
24 while Wolff tallied 23 and hit
Conference pitching at a .265 clip.
In eight Big Ten games Berce
pounded out eight hits in 13
trips to the plate for a phenom-
inal .615 percentage, tops among
league batters. Playing at three
positions over the season, Berce
batted .333 for the year.
Morrison finished the year with
a .305 hitting mark and- played
or shared the center field spot
in all but one game, the second
Illinois contest.
IN THAT GAME Fryling, a right
handed batter, got his first taste
of action of the year against the
left handed hurling of Illinois'
Juny Tangman.
Fancett held down the right
field berth in every game except
the William and Mary contest, in
which he pitched the Wolverines
to an 8-4 victory.
The only Michigan senior to hit
over .300 in the Conference, Fan-
cett posted a .311 average in Big
Ten play.
Give .baseball
Lfetters to 17
Seventeen members of Michi-
gan's title-sharing Western Con-
ference baseball team were award-
ed letters, Coach Ray Fisher an-
nounced yesterday.
Letters went to Captain Bob
Wolff, Dearborn; William Bucholz,
Dearborn; Gerald Dorr, Detroit;
Bob Fancett, Rockford; 4Edwin
Froscheiser, Muskegon; Charles
Victor Fryling, Detroit; Edwin
Grenkoski, Saginaw; Robert Hicks,
Delmar, N. Y.; Leo Koceski, Can-
onsberg, Pa.; Robert Larson, De-
troit; Harold Morrill, Flint; Ralph
Morrison, Detroit; Lincoln Paint-
er, Rockford; Pete Palmer, In-
dianapolis, Ind.; Dave Settle, At-
lanta, Ga.; Alfred Virgona, De-
troit.
DO YOU KNOW ... that the
Detroit Tigers have never fin-
ished last since they joined the
American League in 1901?

DICK EVANS
. golf captain
AF '*
Link Sqrfuad
Pdicks Evans
For Captain
Dick Evans was named captain
of next year's Michigan golf squad
by his teammates at a meeting
yesterday afternoon.
The honor caps a highly ru-
cessful season for the sophomore
lad from Shaker Heights, Ohio.
* * *
DURING the regular schedule of
daul meets, Evans' consistent play
was a firm support upon which
the Wolverines constructed eight
team victories against six set-
backs.
He was the Michigan drum-
major on the fairways at Ohio
State last weekend when his
team finished third in theduWest-
ern Conference links tourna-
ment. In 72 holes of medal play
he exceeded par by only six
strokes for a creditable 294 to-
tal, sixth lowest of the event.
If his putter had, not failed him
in the tourney he might have ruin
away with the player champion-
ship in his first attempt, but his
play on the greens did not su-
port his excellent efforts off the
tees and on the fairways.

By CY CARLTON
Special to The Daily
EVANSTON, 11.-Northwestern's
Wildcat netmen were only playing
possum.
They rose from a ghostly third
place after the preliminaries Mon-
day to a ressurected Western Con-
ference Tennis Championship by
grabbing four of five singles cham-
pionships and sinking Illinois and
Michigan to second and third.
THE FABULOUS Wildcats cap-
italized on everything and came up
with 19% points over Illinois' 17
and Michigan's 14.
Wisconsin was fourth with 7%
followed by Indiana, Purdue,
with an Iowa-Minnesota tie for
seventh.
When the teams faced off for
the finals Wednesday the Wildcats
had placed six men in the singles
divisions and one doubles team.
Michigan and Illinois had three in
the singles and two doubles teams.
IT WAS Tuesday when Grant
Golden of Northwestern beat Bud
Little of Illinois in the number
one singles division. At the same
time Don MacKay in number one
for the Wolverines was way off his
game as he slipped under Warren
Mueller of Wisconsin, 6-2, 6-1.
Then Michigan's Al Hetzeck
lost his chances at the number
two crown as Bill Landin of the
Wildcats played an inspired
game and came up on top 6-4,
6-3.
Wolverine Dick Lincoln light-
ened the scene for Michigan as he
beat Gene Buwick of the Illini,
6-2, 7-5, but Curt Buesman of
Northwestern also cleared for a
finals position.
* * *
NUMBER FOUR singles saw
Steve Bromberg top Boilermaker
Ed Wagoner 6-1, 6-0, but Wildcat
captain Scott Pieters was sched-
uled for the other half of the fin-
als, having upset second seeded
Wilson Besant of the Illini.
Tuesday also saw Len Brumm
for the Maize and Blue playing
one of the hardest games of the
tournament in number five sin-
gles against Curt Morsell of the
Purple and White. Lennie took
the first set and dropped the
second.
Ahead 4-3 in the third, Brumm
was going for everything in one of
the gamest exhibitions at the tour-
nament net. But Morsell had too
much and Brumm slipped under
4-6, 6-3, 6-4.

DORIEN RUSSLER was up for
the Wolverines in the six singles
bracket and played three sets that
rivalled Brumm's in fight. But he
fell before the hard smashes of
first seeded Bob Bennorth of Ill-
inois.
In the semi-finals of the doubles
MacKay and Hetzeck won the
right to face Golden and Landin
of the Wildcats by beating Joe
Piateak and Bob Strome of In-
diana 6-2, 6-1.
NUMBER TWO doubles showed
Bromberg and Lincoln clipping
John Schmitt and Negendank of
Wisconsin 6-0, 6-3.
Yesterday Northwestern gar-
nered their first singles cham-
pionship when Golden ground
over Mueller of Wisconsin 6-3,
6-4.
In the number three court Mich-
igan got its only singles champion-
ship as Dick Lincoln turned Curt
The University Golf Course
will be closed to public play on
Saturday until 4 p.m.
Bert Katzenmeyer
Buesman of Northwestern loose on
the short end of a two set score.
But not without a fight.
* * *
LINCOLN took the first set 6-3.
Then ahead 5-2 in the second, he
faltered and Buesman went up
6-5.
Then Lincoln tied it 6-6. In
a long duece dual Lincoln broke
Bruesman's service as the Wild-
cat double faulted and Lincoln
finished high 8-6.
In the number one doubles Mich-
igan faltered and Wildcats Golden
and Landin topped MacKay and
Hetdeck, 6-3, 7-5. But Michigan
got its second championship in the
number two doubles as Bromberg
and Lincoln scalped Illinois' Bu-
wick and Bennorth 6-1, 6-2.
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MAJOR LEAGUE
STANDINGS

AMERICAN

New York
Detroit
Boston
Cleveland
Washington
Philadelphia
Chicago
St. Louis

w
26
22
24
20
19
14
13
8

LEAGUE
L Pet.
10 .722
12 .647
18 .571
17 .541
17 .528
24 .368
23 .361
25 .242

GB
3.
5
6%
7
13
13
16%

YESTERDAY'S GAMES
No games scheduled.
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at New York-Pierce
(3-3) vs. Reynolds (4-2)
Cleveland at Boston - Feller
(3-3) vs. Dobson (5-3)
St. Louis at Washington-Os-
trowski (2-4) vs. Hudson (6-2)
or Hittle (2-2)
Detroit at Philadelphia-Gray
(4-2) vs. Brissie (1-6)
* * *
NATIONAL LEAGUE

....... ....

Brooklyn
St. Louis
Philadelphia
Boston
Chicago
Pittsburgh
New York
Cincinnati

W
23
22
22
19
18
16
12
10

L
13
14
15
16
16
23
20
25

Pet.
.639
.611
.595
.543
.529
.410
.375
.286

GB
1
1
3a
4
81/-
9
12 %A

YESTERDAY'S GAMES
No games scheduled.
TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at St. Louis-New-
combe (3-2) or Hatton (1-2) vs.
Pollet (3-3)
Philadelphia at Chicago-Sim-
mons (6-2) vs. Hiller (3-0)
Boston at Pittsburgh - Bick-
ford (3-4) vs. Dickson (2-5)
New York at Cincinnati-2-
Koslo (3-4) and Jones (2-5) vs.
Fox (1-3) and Blackwell (2-5).

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