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TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

IF WEATHERMAN SAYS'OKAY

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To 88

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Virgona To Start on Mound;
Southern Tour Nets 5 Wins

Tentative Net'
Positions Set
In Dixie Play
Michigan's varsity tennis squad
returned, from its spring vacation
X, southern junket improved by five;
days of practice and one practice
meet, but coach Bill Murphy says
the results arel not significant
enough to warrant conclusions as
to the caliber of his outfit.
however, on the trip Murphy
did arrive on a tentative lineup
for the opening meet next Monday
at Western Michigan.
* * *
THE Wolverine mentor states
that her will probably begin the
campaign with the same lineup{
that iost to Duke 8-1 in the prac-
tice meet at Durham, North Caro-
lina.
In that tuneup the doubles
team of Al Hetzeck and Steve
Bromberg salvaged the - only
Maize and Blue triumph.
In singles matches Hetzeck and
Bromberg played number one and
two, respectively. Number three
position went to Jack Smart, a
southpaw junior from Highland
Park, Illinois.
ROUNDING out the lineup in
notches four to six were Mike
Schwartz, Gene Barrack, and Bob
Curhan in that order. The latter
two are sophomores.
Aside from the Duke contest,
the Murphymen worked out daily
at Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Another scheduled meet with
Miami (Fla.) University was rain-
ed out.

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ain its winning ways on Lind picked up 31/ of the Wol-*
esday when, if its course is verine's 4 points. He defeated
ape, it will entertain the Earl Souchak by 3-0 and also
sity of Detroit in Ann Ar- teamed up with Bob Olson to gain
another 1 point in a 212-Y/
Wolverines are out to prove doubles loss.
hey are a better group of d
than their spring exhibi- JOHN FRASER completed the
ecord says they are. Michigan scoring by gaining /2
* ** point from Henry Cla k.
THAT southern trip the The losses were not altogether
an linksters opened by de- a surprise to Bert Katzenmeyer,
g the Deacons of Wake For- the Michigan mentor, for both
a decisive 17-7 score. After the Tar Heels and the Blue
hough the going was not so Devils are rated high in colle.
h for Bert Katzenmeyer's giate golf circles.
s. * T. *
Thursday they lost a close THE MICHIGAN players seem-
h to North Carolina Uni- ingly are suffering from a lack of
y, 15-12, and on the fol- practice. Their course has snot
g day they dropped a de- been in playing shape and conse-
23-4 decision to the Blue quently practice has been quite
s of Duke. limited.

-Daily-Roger Reinke
AL VIRGONA PETE PALMER
... on the hill, will pitch to . . . . behind the plate
BUCS OPEN NL SEASON:
MajorLeagues Swing Into ActionToy
LM-- -- -

By JIM PARKER
Michigan is scheduled to meet
a tough Wayne University nine
this afternoon at 3:30 in the Wol-
verines' home baseball season
opener-but the weatherman may
say "no."
Coach Ray Fisher kept his fing-
ers crossed all day yesterday hop-
ing that the weather would be
warm enough and that the Ferry
Field grounds would be in fit con-
dition for the game to be played.
* * *
FISHER stated that he would
"sweat out" the weather until noon
today before calling off the game,
if conditions should force this de-
cision.
Al Virgona will be Fisher's
starting mound choice with Pete
Palmer on the receiving end.
Fisher will also have Bob Car-
penter ready for a spell ofI
pitching, his -first time out for
Michigan.
The rest of the lineup will be
the same aggregation that won
five of six games on the Wolver-
ines' successful Southern tour.
THAT MEANS Al Weygandt,
Michigan's top hitter (.500) to
date, at first; Gil Sabuco at sec-
ond; Bruce Haynam at shortstop;
Captain Gerry Dorr, third base;.
Freshman baseball candidates
report to Ferry Field this week
for practice. Bring your own
equipment.
-Don Robinson
Leo Koceski, left field; FrankI
Howell, center field; and Gerry'
Harrington in right field.
Line Painter will also see ac-
tion behind the plate or in right
field as will Bill Mogk at second
base.
On the Southern trip the Wol-

Pete Palmer 24 11 9 2 1 1 .375
Al Weygandt 28 10 14 2 1 1 .500
Earl Kein 2 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Gerry Dorr 23 8 8 0 2 1 .348
Linc Painter 11 5 4 1 0 0 .363
G. Harrington 15 4 4 0 1 0 .266
Bill Mogk 13 4 6 1 1. 0 .461
Gil Sabuco 15 3 6 0 0 0 .400
Duane Hegedorn 4 2 0 0 0 0 .000
Bill Den Houter 4 0 2 1 0 0 .500
Bob Larsen 7 1 1 0 0 0 .143
John Schuett 2 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Dick Yirkowski 4 1 2 0 0 0 .500
PITCHING
IP H R BB SO W-L
John Schuelt 4 4 5 5 0-1
Bob Larsen 20 13 6 10 10 2-0
Duane Hegedorn 1j 10 6 11 5 2-0
Dick Yirkowski 42/; 7 3 2 4 0-0
Bill Den Houter 9 7 3 6 6 1-0
Earl Keim 2 0 0 1 1 0-0
Davies Cops
AAU Cro/wOn
John Davies, Michigan's cham-
pion breaststoker, swam to a first-
place victory in the 220-yard
breaststroke and a second-place
finish in the 100-yard breaststroke
in the National A.A.U. Indoor
Championships held at Columbus,
Ohio, April 6 and 7.
Stew Elliot, with a fourth in the
100-yard breaststroke, Bernie
Kahn's sixth place in the 100-yard
backstroke, and the fifth* place
finish of the 300-yard medley re-
lay team of Kahn, Elliot, and
Dave Neisch provided the Wolver-
ines with their other points in the
meet.
* ~
BUMPY JONES, Michigan's
freshman sensation, swimming
unattached, took a third place in
The swimming team will hold
its 'annual banquet tonight in
the Union at 6:30. All award
winners are invited.
-Dave Neisch, Captain
the 300-yard individual medley in
the good time of 3:27.9.
In winning the 220 Davies de-
feated R o b e r t Brawner of
Princeton who holds the record
in this event. Davies took sec-
ond in the 100 behind Charlie
Moss, former Wolverine, who
swam the distance in 59.3, sev-
en-tenths of a second better
than Davies was able to do.
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By The Associated Press
CINCINNATI, O.-Rainy weath-
er set the stage yesterday for the
National League to usher in the
1951 big league baseball season.
The scheduled inaugural cere-
monies were washed out in Wash-
ington but Pittsburgh made open-
ing day a sucsful one by defeat-

ing the Cincinnati Reds and Ewell Philadelphia Phils clash headlong
Blackwell here before 30,441 blan- in a battle at Ebbets Field.
keted and shiveringr fans

The score was 4 to 3.
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SIX SPOITS SLATED:
Softball Takes Featured Spot
As I-MCompetitionContinues
By JERRY BALBUS
The third section, spring sports, has been formed again this year
of the intramural schedule gets with the Foresters, Jokers, ATO,
under way today as softball com- Sigma Phi, Wenley, Williams,
petition begins. Mealmarters, and Zeta Psi entered.
The program lists action in five
other sports for the remainder of Persons interested in formingI
the semester: baseball, lacrosse, an American soccer team to
tennis, horseshoes and golf. play in the International Cen-
BETE mter League, please contact Bob
BETTER THAN I50 teams are Ely at 540 William House.
entered in softball in the six divi- -Rod Grambeau
sions. Residence Halls will play on
Monday, fraternities on Tuesday They will play every night and on
and Wednesday, independents and Saturday mornings at the fresh-
professional fraternities on Thurs- man diamond.
day and faculty on Friday. * * *
Once league titles are decided. THE USUAL round-robin
playoffs will begin in softball to tournament will be used to deter-
determine the division winners. mine the titleholder.
An eight team baseball league Lacrosse will be the next sport

IF THREATENING SKIES do
not interfere, all 16 major league
teams will swing into action today.
Official opening day festivities
have been rescheduled for Friday
when the President will again be#
asked to toss out the first base-i
ball to open a day-night double-
header between the Senators and
New York.
At Detroit this afternoon a,
capacity crowd is anticipated to1
watch the Tigers and Cleveland
swing into their first action of
the season.
Cold weather has been forecasta
for the contest. Harold Newhouser
will go to the mound for Detroit
opposing Bob Lemon of the In-
dians.
ELSEWHERE in the AmericanI
League the pennant-favorite Bos-a
ton Red Sox encounter the cham-
pions they will have to dethrone.
The New York Yankees will be!
hosts in the curtain raiser which
is expected to draw in excess of
50,000 spectators.,
Chicago's Grapefruit Leaguea
champion White Sox invade St.
Louis and Washington moves to
Philadelphia for a night affair
which is the first such opening,
day contest in junior league
history,
Pittsburgh's current first place
standing will be challeneged im-
mediately in the National circuit.
The New York Giants, pre-season
flag choice, hope to get off to a
flying start at Boston where they
will meet the Braves.
THE BROOKLYN Dodgers and

Cincinnati moves over to Chi-
cago's Wrigley Field to meet the
Cubs who turned in the National
League's best exhibition record.
Neither team figures too promi-
nently in the race.
The St. Louis Cards round out
the schedule with the visiting Pi-
rates.
At Yankee Stadium both man-
agers are set to lead with their ace
hurlers as Mel Parnell of Boston
opposes the Bombers' big Vic
Raschi.

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phia's 20-game winner, Robin bounced right back to drench five
Roberts. opponents with 72 runs, beating
George Washington, 12-6; Navy,
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'Hoppe, Moscoi
To Judge Billiard
Comnpetition Here
Cue artists Willie Hoppe and
Willie Mosconi will judge the final
playoffs of the National Inter-
collegiate Billiards Tournament to
be held at the University of Michi-
gan, April 20-21. Some 30 persons
from throughout the nation will
participate in straight rail, three-
cushion and pocket billiards com-
petition.l
The tourney is sponsored by the
Association of College Unions and
the American Billiards Congress
and is being held here for the first
time. Competition will be at the,
Michigan Union.
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The complete averages from the
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HIITTING
AB R H 2b 3b HR Avg
Frank Howell 23 6 4 1i 0 1 .174
Bill Billings 10 1 1 0 0 0 .100
Bruce Haynam 24 10 S0 0 0 .209
Leo Koceski 32 9 10 3 1 0 .313

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