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THEMICHIGANDAILY

Michigan

Golf ers

e

Tie

Wildcats

Toledo Tops Midwest
Sailors at Whitmore

A 's, Indians, Sox'
Swap Seven Men

Evans, Olson Lead Squad
To Season's Best Effort

" 1

NEW YORK - (R)) - How much
will Lou Brissie help Cleveland?
Can Jimmy Dykes light a fire-
cracker under Gus Zernial? Will
Orestes Minso make the White
Sox a pennant contender?
These natural questions about
the big seven-man swap in the
American League pop up on an off
day. The first answers will start
coming in today when the first
East vs West series open in both
majors.
CHICAGO'S Sox don't have to
wait long for a test. They bump
into the champion New York
Yankees right off the bat at Com-
iskey Park. Manager Paul Rich-
ards probably willhave Minoso,
the rookie from Cleveland, at third
base.
Richards, new White Sox boss,
has retained one feature of the
old regime-the habit of pitch-
ing Bob Cain against New York.
Cain beat the Yanks four times
last year.
Cleveland's pennant hopes are
high now that Hank Greenberg
has landed that first class lefty
starter in Brissie. But the Boston
Red Sox won't see Brissie tonight.
It will be Bobby Feller, winner of'
his first two, against Bill Wight,
the ex-White Sox who has yet to
win for Boston.
* * *
THE REVAMPED Philadelphia
Before you 'give up"on
your inljector razor.-"
YOU MUST TRY

A's count on their new-found pow-
er to break a 10-game losing
streak at Detroit. Carl Scheib is
due to pitch against Dizzy Trout.
Washington goes into St.
Louis for a night game on its
first western junk et. Joe
Haynes, who usually prospersr
against St. Louis, is due to face
either Don Johnson or Stubby
Overmire.
The national has no big deal to
talk about but there is much in-
terest in the East-West power
alignment. Before the season
started, it was conceded that the
West would be the pushover part
of the league this season. So far
the St. Louis Cardinals and the
New York Giants have been mak-
ing the dope look bad. The Giants
also have been making themselves
look bad.
FRESHMAN MANAGER Marty
Marionof the Cards leads with a
rookie, Tom Poholsky, in a night
game at Braves Field where War-
ren Spahn will be the opponent.
The Phillies, just over .500 in 13
struggles with the eastern clubs,
lead with their ace, Robin Rob-
erts, against Cincinnati in another
night game. Roberts had a 4-0
record against the Reds last yea .
Willie (The Knuck) Ramsdell is
the Cincy probable.
Softball Scores
Williams 11, Adams 7.
Victor Vaughan 13, Greene 3
Wenley 9, Michigan 5
Forresters 8, Delta Theta Phi 7
Chicago 4, Lloyd 1
Air Force defeated Phi Rho igma
(forfeit)
Dearborns defeated Architecture
(forfeit);
St OFT O
t N E y 4
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By BOB ROSENMAN
Special to The Daily
EVANSTON-Michigan's links-
men played their best golf of the
1951 season here yesterday but the
best they could do was to tie
Northwestern's Wildcats, 131-
13/2.
Playing o ve r Northwestern's
par-71 course, the Wolverines shot
rounds of 70, 71, 72, 73, 73, and 75,
but were unable to defeat the
Wildcats, who shot equally fine
rounds over their home course.
MEDALIST for the afternoon
singles rounds was Dick Evans
with a 70. Evans seems to be
rounding into top shape after a
slow start. His last thnee rounds
of competitive golf have been 69,
70, and 70.
Despite a 3-0 sweep by Evans
over his Purple foe, Gene Lar-
sen, and a similar shutout tri-
umph by Bob Olson, thanks to

BOB OLSON
. . . one more year

'M' Nine Travels to Wayne;
Carpenter Gets Pitching Nod
43

HOLLOW
GROUND

By BOB LANDOWNE
The Wolverines diamond squad
will again be seeking their first
regular season victory when they
visit Detroit today to battle Wayne
University.
' On the mound for Ray Fisher
will be righthander Bob Carpenter
in his initial starting assignment.
SOUTHPAW Dick Yirkosky will
also be called upon for some hurl-
ing duty in the non-conference af-
fair, as Coach Fisher desperately
attempts to uncover some new
pitching strength.
The usual lineup will take the
field for the Wolverines except
for Bill Billings, who will be re-
placed by Frank Howell in cen-
terfield.
Captain Leo Koceski was spiked
in the hand in the second game of
the Iowa doubleheader on Satur-
day, but the wound has healed
sufficiently to enable him to take
his normal left field position
against the Tartars.
AL WEYGANDT is also both-
ered by his elbow injury but is
feeling a bit better and will game-
ly continue at his. first base posi-
tion.
He is being hampered mostly
in the field, but his power is
needed in the Michigan batting
order. In the Iowa double-

header he managed to get only"
one hit in eight trips to the.
plate but is expected to do bet-
ter than any of the available
inexperienced substitutes.
The heavy hitting is still being
contributed by Pete Palmer,bKo-
ceski and Jerry Dorr, who got nine
hits between them in the weekend
twin bill.
THIRD BASEMAN Dorr was
ejected from the second game with
the Hawkeyes when he voiced his
disapproval over a called strike
when at bat in the fifth inning.
Earlier in the game he contri-
buted a two run double for the
club, and his bat was missed in
the 9-8 defeat.
Bob Larsen's eight inning no-hit
performance has virtually gone
unnoticed because of the disaster
that befell him and his three re-
liefers in the ninth inning.
DORR WAS also a momentary
hero when he made the fielding
gem of the day to keep Larsen's
no-hitter going in the ,hxth in-
ning. The hustling third sacker
made a diving stop of a hot
grounder and regained his feet in
time to get his throw to first.
NIGHT BASEBALL SCORE
New York 8, Brooklyn 5

a 71 over the Wildcats' number
one man, Jerry Thomas, the
Wolverines simply didn't have
enough to take the reaining
single matches, although they
held a 5-4 advantage after the
morning doubles rounds.
In singles play, Dean Lind shot
a fine one-over 72, but lost 2/2
points out of 3 to Willard Ander-
son who played the 18 holes in
regulation par 71 figures.
JOHN FRASER and Lowell Le-
Clair also were able to garner only
2 point over their foes, Bob White
and Cliff Kong, respectively. Le
Clair shot 73 and Fraser had a
card of 75, but neither was abe
to defeat his Northwestern foe.
Hugh Wright lost, 2-1, des-
pite a 73. Paul Snow, his op-
ponent, carded 72.
In morning doubles, Olson
and Lind swept to a 3-0 win over
Thomas and Anderson. The
Michigan duo had a best-ball
card ofA66 td 70 for the two
Wildcats.
Evans, who also shot 70 in dou-
bles action, and Fraser dropped
their doubles match to White and
Larsen, 2%-, while Kong and
Jim Love split 3 points, with Le-
Clair and Wright.
Both teams shot fine g o 1 f
and the match was as even as the
score indicated. The Wolverines
averaged 72.33 strokes per round
and the Wildcats were close be-
hind with a 73.1 average. Both
teams were immeasurably aided
by perfect golfing weather.
Pitchers Star
Im-I=MSoftball
By PAUL MORRIS
I-M softball was in full swing
yesterday with a total of twelve
contests being decided.
Jim Holtz allowed only one
scratch single in pitching Strauss
House to a 5-0 shutout over Win-
chell. Harry Fornaciari person-
ally accounted for four of Strauss'
five runs, as he drove in two with
a double and single and came
around to score two more him-
self.
IN A PROFESSIONAL frater-
nity game, Delta Sigma Delta
romped over Alpha Chi Sigma,
18-3, behind Frankie Zak's five
hit pitching.
Stocky Dick Brooks, Delta Sig
backstop, belted two circuit
blasts for the victors. Ray
Sawusch, Jim Currier, and Bob
Scott also hit Delta Sig homers.
Anderson House got exactly no
hits as Bud Engle pitched Fletch-
er Hall to a 9-2 win. Engle aided
his own game by clouting a homer
and a single to drive in four
Fletcher runs.
TOM TURNER was the whole
show in Hinsdale's 14-12 win over
Allen-Rumsey. Turner not only
was the winning pitcher, but he
also clouted a triple and two sin-
gles and drove home six big runs.
In one of the day's closer con-
tests, Don 8orauf of Hayden
House pitched and batted his
team 'to a 3-2 victory over Cooley.
Sarouf singled in what proved to
be the winning run in Hayden's
three-run fifth inning.

A strong University of Toledo
sailing team lived up to its repu-
tation last weekend, to take first
place in the fourth annual Mich-
igan Invitational regatta at Whit-
more Lake.
The Toledoans ran up a total
of 117 points with six first places'
out of the fourteen races sailed.
Gil Punches, racing in the 'A'
division, and Dook Moree in the
'B' group, skippered all of the
Toledo boats, and took top indi-
vidual honors for the regatta.
MICHIGAN, last year's winner,
had to be satisfied with a second
place behind the Toledo crew.
The Wolverines sailed to five
firsts over the two day meet, but
were unable to catch up with

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Toledo. Michigan's nine, skip-
pers, most of them newcomers
to college sailing competition,
garnered 911 points in taking
second.
Cincinnati edged out the Uni-
versity of Chicago, 80 to 79, to
take third place in the regatta.
Miami of Ohio, Dennison, Wash-
ington and Detroit, in that order,
rounded out the weekend's scor-
ing.
All of the clubs, outside of
Michigan and Toledo, have been
organized fairly recently, and
their comparatively greenycrews,
combined with the poor sailing
conditions prevalent over the
weekend, prevented many of them
from making a better showing.

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