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L 28, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Illini Crack 'M' Net Win Skein;
Relay Quartet Third in Drake

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Victory String
of 26 Games
Snapped, 5-4
Special to The Daily
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - The string
was snapped on the Michigan ten-
nis team yesterday.
dThe Wolverines lost their first
dual tennis meet in four years and
their first in 27 starts to a strong
Illinois squad, 5-4. The last time
Michigan lost a net meet was in
the 1948 season when Notre Dame
beat the Wolverines also by a 5-
score.
* * *
WOLVERINE LOSSES in four
of the six singles matches meant
the match for the Illini as Lee
Bishop, number six singles player
for the Orange and Blue, was the
"little boy with the scissors" who
cut the Michigan string.
Bishop won toe number si
singles match as he beat Michi-,
gan's 'Bob Curhan, in straight
sets, 7-5, 6-3 and teamed up
with Bob Hoffman winning the
number three doubles, to pro-
vide the margin for the Illinois
trumph.
In the number one singles
match, Al Hetzeck, Michigan Cap-
tain, recovered from a 6-0 trounc-
ing in the first set to defeat Illini
star Sonny Bradley, 0-6, 8-6, 6-3.
MICHIGAN won its only other
x singles victory in the number four
slot as Mike Schwrtz beat Hoff-
man, t-2, 6-3.
The meet's biggest upset came
in the number two singles divi-
sion as Steve Bromberg, crack
Michigan veteran, dropped a
three set decision to Gene Bu-
wick, 6-8, 8-6, 6-1.
Bromberg failed badly in the
final set after the sturdy Buwick
CORRECTION
Phi Chi defeated Tau Epsilon
Rho 21-1 and not vice versa in
IM Softball competitionThurs-
day.
had tried him in the first two
grueling sets.
JACK SMART, playing in the
number three position, dropped
his match to Bob Bennorth, 1-6,
6-1, 9-7. The Michigan southpaw
played a fine game despite his
loss to the more experienced Ben-
north.
In the number five singles
match, Gene Barreck fell by the
wayside as he lost in straight
sets to Jim Moses, .6-3, 7-5.
Michigan swept two of the three
doubles matches but dropped the
crucial number three doubles to
give the Illini the win.
HETZECK AND Bromberg had
much trouble disposing of Brad-
ley and Buwick, the Wolverine duo
winning, 6-3, 2-6, 11-9.
Number two doubles proved a
.shoo-in for Michigan as Smart
and Schwartz easily disposed of
Bennorth and Moses, 6-4, 7-5
Curham a n d Barreck then
dropped the number three dou-
bles to Hoffman and Bishop, 3-6,
6-2, 6-0 to send the Illini to the
showers with the honor of being
the "hatchetmen" of the Michigan
string, one of the longest in mod-
ern day collegiate tennis
The Wolverines travel to Lafay-
ette, Indiana today to engage the
Purdue Boilermakers, one of the
"weak-sisters" of Big Ten tennis.

lowa Ball Game Postponed
Special to The Daily
IOWA CITY-Rain caused Coaches Ray Fisher of Michigan and
Otto Vogel of Iowa to postpone sending their respective teams out
yesterday in quest of their first Big Ten victory of the season.
A double-header is scheduled for today, with the first game start-
ing at 1:30.

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COACH FISHER plans to send Bob Larsen against the Hawkeyes
in the first contest, and he will give the nod either to Duane Hegedorn
orohn Shuett in the night-cap.
Fisher said that the injured Al Weygandt would, in all probability,
start at his first base post for the Wolverines, even though his left
elbow is still noticeably swollen.
Each team carries a conference record of no wins and two
K setbacks into today's twin bill. Michigan dropped two games to
Illinois last week-end, 3-2 and 5-1, while Iowa was busy losing a
pair to Northwestern, 9-3 and 8-4.
Fisher has decided to send Bill Billings back into center field
and keep Bill Mogk ready for first base duty in case Weygandt is
bothered too much with his arm injury. Gil Sabuco would then be
called on to fill in at second base.
MEET WILDCATS NEXT:
Wolverine Linksmen, Purdue
Boilermakers Clash Today

MSC Takes
F1'our-Mile; 'M'
Breaks Mark
Special to The Daily
DES MOINES, Ia. - Michigan's
crack four-mile relay team lopped
seven full seconds from the Wol-
verine varsity record but still fin-
ished third to Michigan State Col-
lege and Washington State Uni-
versity as the Drake Relays got
under way here yesterday after-
noon.
Warren Druetzler, Spartan dis-
tance star, withstood a late chal-
lenge by Michigan's Don McEwen
to angchor the East Lansing quar-
tet to a new Drake Relay record
of 17:21.2, That effort erased the
17:29.5 mark held by Oklahoma
A & M since 1939.
* *' *
MICHIGAN'S foursome of Del
Hyde, Dan Hickman, Doug Parks,
and McEwen also finished under
the old Drake record by turning
in a 17:24.3 timing. Hyde led off
with a 4:23.3 mile, Hickman added
a 4:23.9 effort, and Parks a 4:20.9,
while McEwen anchored with a
4:15.9.
Druetzler's margin at the fin-
ish over Washington's Bill Par-
nell was five yards, McEwen
had trouble pacing himself and
wound up eight yards behind the
Spartan ace.
Two other relay records were
broken when Drake's 880-yard
sprint relay team sped over the
distance in 1:25.5 to batter the
former record of 1:25.9 set by Ohio
State University in 1942, and Loy-
ola of Chicago cut eight seconds
off the college distance medley
mark with a 10:26.3 clocking.
* * *
Ron Soble, only other Wolverine
contestant yesterday, p 1 a c l~d
fourth in the broad jump with a
leap of 23' 3%".
Michigan Coach Don Canham
will enter his distance medley and
shuttle hurdle relay quartets in
events which will wind up the two-
day meet today, Freshman John
Ross is an unattached entrant in
the Invitational Mile.

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By BOB ROSENMAN
Michigan's golfers, fresh from a
convincing triumph over three of,
the Big Ten's best links squads,
will attempt to make It two meet
victories in a row over Purdue
University today when they tee off
against the Boilermakers at La-
fayette.
Michigan Coach Bert Katzen-
meyer has selected Bob Olson,
Dean Lind, Captain Dick Evans,
John Fraser plus sophomores Low-
ell LeClair and Hugh Wright to
make the trip to Purdue.
IMMEDIATELY fo lowing the
match with the Boilermakers to-
day, the same six Wolverines will
travel to Chicago where they meet
Northwestern University, consid-
ered by many as the dark horse
in the Big Ten golf race this year.
The Boilermakers will have
to do without their ace links-
man, Fred Wampler, but, des-
pite the graduation of the ex-
NCAA collegiate champ, have
come up with a better-than-
average squad, led by a veteran
of last year's Big Ten champion-
ship team, Gene Coulter.
Coulter, who was edged out by
Bob Olson last Saturday at Co-
lumbus, has replaced Wampler in
the number one position for Pur-
due, and he will probably again
be matched against Olson.
THE BOILERMAKERS took the
Big Ten crown away from MicWi'
gan last year, but from their per-
formances thus far this season,
Purdue is not expected to occupy
the favorite's position when the
Maj or
Leagutc
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Big Ten meet rolls around late in
May.
Following the match today,
the Wolverines will get their
first look at Northwestern, and,
more important,.at the Evans-
ton golf course. Less than a
month from the meet with the
Wildcats Monday, ten Western
Conference golf teams will gath-
er for the Big Ten title over the
same course.
Northwestern finished eighth
out of the nine teams last year,
but have several returning vet-
erans, including Jimmy Love, for-
mer Illinois state high school
champion.
In addition, lettermen B o b
White and Willard Anderson, plus
sophomores Jerry Thomas and
Buddy Wallen, will attempt to
outshoot the WolverinesiCoach
Sid Richardson is optimistic over
Northwestern's chances in the
meet.

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Michigan Sailors Play Host
At Annual Whitmore Regatta

Washington
Cleveland
Chicago
New York
Boston
Detroit
St. Louis
Philadelphia

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By JACK SOTHERLAND
The Michigan Sailing Club will
play host to seven other midwest
schools today and Sunday for the
fourth annual Michigan Invita-
tional regatta.
The traditional regatta will get
underwaykthis morning at Whit-
more Lake, the "home grounds"
for the Wolverine sailors.
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AS MANY of the eight races in
each division as possible will be
run off today, and the remainder
will be sailed tomorrow. A team
is made up of an 'A' and a 'B' divi-
sion, each of which sails separate-
ly, making a total of sixteen races
for the meet.
The Michigan Sailing Club
will furnish all of the boats used
in competition. They are ten
foot dinghies which conform to
the specifications of the North
American Yacht Racing Union.
Mulbry Out; Hap
Can Quit Now
CINCINNATI - (/) - Walter
Mulbry jumped the gun on his
own resignation as secretary-
treasurer of baseball yesterday,
walked out of his office, and pur-
portedly paved the way for a new
deal in the management of the
national pastime.
THOSE DEVELOPMENTS:
T h e Executive Council of
baseball was told that Commis-
sioner A. B. Chandler would not
resign-following failure of re-
election-unless Mulbry, former
friend, now his bitter enemy, got
out of the picture.
Mulbry did so yesterday. His
formal resignation was presented
to the Executive Council on March
12. The Council asked him to
stay on the job.
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The boats will be rotated in or-
der that every team has a
chance to sail each boat. This
eliminates any advantage one
team might gain from sailing a
superior dinghy.
T h e Michigan Invitational,
which is the oldest regatta of the
Midwest Collegiate Sailing Asso-
ciation, was started for the pur-
pose of introducing new clubs to
MSCA competition.
* * *
THIS YEAR, Toledo, Cincinna-
ti, Washington College (St. Louis),
Detroit, Chicago, Northwestern,
and Miami of Ohio will compete
with Michigan.

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 4, New York 3
Washington 6, Philadelphia 1
NATIONAL LEAGUE

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Brooklyn 11, Philadelphia 5
Boston 7, New York 3
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