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THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PA69 TM

PAGE TII

ilichigan Netters, l

To day

QUARTERBACKS STAR:
Deception Plays Feature
'M' Football Scrimmage

INTO HOME STRETCH:
Williams, Sig-Eps Lead IM Competition

By JERRY BALBUS
As I-M competition moves into
the home stretch, Williams House,
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Foresters, and
Phi Epsilon Kappa are found lead-
ing their respective divisions.
Williams is virtually running
away with the residence hall race
with a total of 1243 points. The
West Quadders have set one rec-
ord with their eight team titles
and should eclipse the total point
scoring record for the season set'
by Hayden House last year.
* * *
ONE OF THE reasons for Wil~
liams' top position is their ability
to beat consistently the other top
dorm teams. Prescott House,
which is in the second slot with
1049 points, has met the West
Quadders in the finals of three
sports and never beaten them.
Fletcher House holds down
the third place spot collecting
a large share of their points
through their supremacy in bas-
ketball with titles in both 'A'
and 'B' competition, and . foul
throwing. To this, they've added
a first in bowling 'A'.
In fraternity competition, the
fight for top honors is much closer
with only 74 points separating the-
first three teams.
** *

the pack with .1176 tallies. Al-+
though the Sig Eps have taken+
only one team title, volleyball, and
a second in two others, they have3
repeatedly placed high in all
sports.
Following close behind is
Kappa Sigma with 1126 taking
crowns in cross country, hand-
ball, relays, a n d swimming.
With a total of 790, the Forest-
ers heads the list of Independent
entries, and only nine points be-
hind is the Newman Club.
The Newmanites have collected
more team laurels with triumphs
in bowling, relays, swimming, and
foul throwing against the Forest-
er's track and cross country, but
the latter have more seconds to
bolster their totals.
IN THE PROFESSIONAL fra-
ternity diviison, Phi Epsilon Kap-
pa leads the way. With the help
IM Tennis Results
Yesterday, Phi Chi professional
fraternity defeated Delta Sigma
Delta in a second round I-M ten-
nis match by winning both singles
matches and the doubles match.
All other I-M sports events were
cancelled because of adverse wea-
ther.

of team wins in volleyball, pad-
dleball, foul throwing, and bowl-
ing, the fraternity has put to-
gether 713 points.

The following are the
standings:
* * *
RESIDENCE HALLS
1. Williams...
2. Prescott ............
3. Fletcher..................
4. Winchell..................
5. Hayden...................
6. Adams .....................
7. 'Michigan.................
8. Hinsdale..................
9. Tyler.....................
10. Anderson.................
FRATERNITY
1. Sigma Phi Epsilon..........
2. Kappa Sigma.............
3. Alpha Tau Omega.........
4. Sigma Chi................
5. Phi Delta Theta............
6. Delta Sigma Phi............
7. Sigma Alpha Mu..........
8. Chi Psi ...................
9. Phi Gamma Delta.........
10. Acacia....................

team

1243
1049
1014
996
982
884
881
872
866
847
1176
1126
1102
1029
965
953
932
905
844
802

Louis in
By Decision
Over Cuban,
DETROIT-(P)-Joe Louis tip-
toed into the ring and wonan una-
nimous 10-round decision over
lanky Omelio Agramonte of Cuba
last night. It was the fifth win in
Joe's comeback drive.
The Brown Bomber switched
from his traditional shuffle, and
bored in on Agramonte to floor
the dark Cuban for a count of nine
in the second round. It was the
first time Joe had knocked down
a foe in his comeback.
* * *
HOWEVER, Louis, holding near-
ly a 20 pound edge over Agramon-
te, couldn't finish him off. In the
ninth Louis battered Agramonte
and left him dazed. But Joe could
not land the one punch needed.
The 36-year-old Louis, who
ruled the heavyweight world
from 1937 to 1949, hopes to tac-
kle Lee- Savold next and then
battle champion Ezzard Charles
in September.
Louis, weighing 2084, moved in
constantly and stood more erect
than he had in the last year to
win the lop-sided decision.
For the second time this year
Agramonte lasted 10 rounds with
Louis by back pedalling and tying
up Louis.

Notre Dame, WisconsinAlso
To Play 'M'in Matches Here'

By ED WHIPPLE
Michigan tennis enthusiasts will
get their initial look at the 1951
Wolverine net squad this afternoon
at 2 p.m. when a strong Michi-
gan State team invades the Ferry
Field courts for the Maize and
Blue's first home meet of the sea-
son.
The Spartan encounter opens a
three-meet home stand slated for
three afternoons in a row. For
those fans who can't make it to-
day, Notre Dame comes to town
tomorrow, followed by Wisconsin
on Saturday.
COACH BILL MURPHY plans
to start his usual lineup of Al
Hetzeck, Steve Bromberg, Jack
Smart; Mike Schwartz, Gene Bar-
rack, and Bob Curhan for singles
matches one to six, respectively.
For doubles play, Murphy pairs
Hetzeck with Bromberg, Smart$
and Schwartz, plus Barrack and
Curhan, although the Wolver-
ine mentor may possibly play
Jay Webb, a sophomore on the
number three duo.

whipped twice last year, 7-1 and
5-4.
LEADING THE Green and White
for the second straight season will
be Captain Len Brose, number one
* * *

The University of Michigan
spring football practice session
centered on the famed Wolverine
deception plays yesterday on.the
Ferry Field turf.
Prime members of these plays
were the quarterbacks who had to
work to perfection-like timing in
order to complete their assign-
ments successfully.
PERFORMING AT the quarter-
back slots were Don Zanfagna, Ann
Arbor's Stan Burns and Harry
(Skippy) Stuhldreher with the
Maize and Blue's Rose Bowl quar-
terback, Bill Putich, working prim-
ariky at left halfback.
Zanfagna, who attended West
Point for a year after a semes-
ter at Michigan, passed well in
yesterday's practice sessions as
he has done since the beginning'
of the spring workouts. Veteran
observers say the Providence,
Rhode Island, sophomore could
be the answer to Coach Bennie
Oosterbaan's search for a passer
to replace Charlie Ortmann.
Michigan has a pair of fine pass
receiving ends in sure-fingered
Lowell Perry of Ypsilanti and Fred
Pickard of Grand Rapids. If Zan-
fagna does come through to ease
the throwing worries of the coach-
ing staff, the Wolverines will un-
doubtedly possess an adequate aer-
ial attack for next fails campaign.
* * *
NORM CANTY, another quart-
erback from Chicago, Illinois, is
under observation at the University
Hospital. What exactly is wrong
with Cany is yet to be determined.
Aiding the backs in mastering
the Michigan style of offense

Don Dufek, the Wolverines' most
valuable player in the 1950 sea-
son.
Other members of last year's
championship aggregation who
have been imparting a bit of their
knowledge to the 1951 aspirants
are centers Carl Kraeger and John
Padjen.
Padjen recently accepted a
coaching position at the Saline,
Michigan High School.
* * *-
TOP CANDIDATES for the cent-
er position are Wayne Melchiori, a
20 year old junior from Stam-
baugh, Michigan, and Howard
Welch, another 20 year old junior
from Wilmette, Illinois.
Among others who are working
will thus far in practice are Don
Bnnett, a rugged 195 pound sopho-
more tackle from Chicago, Dick
Balzhiser, a freshman fullback
from Wheaton, Illinois, and Bob
Topp, a 19 year old sophomore
from Kalamazoo.
BUSINESS and
SECRETARIAL
TRAINING
Individual Progress
Personal Ins truction~
Perpetual Placementf

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
3.
4.
5.

INDEPENDENT
Foresters.................... 790
Newman Club............... 781
MCF..........634
Michigan Co-op.............491
Mugwumps ..................425
PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY
Phi Epsilon Kappa.......... 750
Law Club A'................ '723
Nu Sigma Nu2...............665
Delta Sigma Delta.......... 635
Alpha Chi Sigma............ 522

The Murphymen have won two BILL MURPHY
and lost one this season. . . . Wolverine mentor
Seeking its twenty-eighth dual"
meet win in 29 starts, Michigan man and last year's Central Col-
faces a formidable foe in the Spar- legiate champion, who hails from
tans, an outfit the Wolverines Detroit.
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f.

LAST YEAR'S champions, Sig-
ma Phi Epsilon, is still leading

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Groth Sparks Tigers to 5-4Wmin;

uenn Brose are nomovers
from 1950, Ken and Keith Kim-
ble, Dave Mills, and Dick Rieger.
This quartet is supplemented by
two sophomores, John Sahratian
and Wally Kau, an Hawaiian.

i

B raves Take NL Lead 1

rilith,

Service

By The Associated Pressp
DETROIT -- Johnny Groth's proved just as docile today is
tenth-ining dingle broke up a bat- they were last night for Bob
tenh-inig snge bokeupa bt-Feller. Lemon turned in hivs
tle of pinch-hitters as the Detroit glove after pitching 5 innings
Tigers edged the last-place Phila- ,of three-hit, no-run ball.
delphia Athletics 5-4 here yester- He complained of a back muscle
day. Only 2,723 fans showed up. he pul iedtakingbacutcin
A moment earlier, pinch-hit- he pulled while taking a cut in
ter Pat Mullin had smacked a
one-run single for Detroit to tie M Club Officers
up the game.
And in the ninth, with Detroit A new set of 'M' Club officers
leading 3-1, Philadelphia rookie was e 1 e c t e d by lettermen
Lou Limmer willoped his second last night. They are Bud HpI-
pinch-hit home run this season combe, p r e s i d e n t; Arthur
with one on and two out. Dave Dunne, vice-president; Ralph
Philley scored ahead of him to Stribe, secretary; a n d Jim
send the game into extra innings. White, treasurer.
* * * __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
YANKEES 6, WHITE SOX 4 the second inning. Dr. Don Kelly
CHICAGO-The crippled New said "we'll know better- tomor-
York Yankees, using 17 players, row" how lon Lemon will be out

w/v EliU" 3 8 NUIA[U" F[/U In southern practice play this
- --spring the Spartans did well
tbhgrun.Iagainst some strong opponents.
to be the winning ru.It was the'Te ond\ila n ay
They downed William and Mary,
Pirates' second straight triumph North Carolina, and North Caro-
over the Dodgers at Ebbets Field lina State, while , osing two close
and sent the club rocketing into ones to Duke, a team that pulver-
third place, past the Dodgers and ized Michigan, 8-1.
Philadelphia. * * *
* THE 5-4 MSC win over North
GIANTS 8, CUBS 1 Carolina was only the thirty-first
NEW YORK-The fired-up New time in 41 years of dual competi-
York Giants came up with an- tion that the Tarheels had been
other big inning yesterday-their licked.
third in three days-and walloped Today's meet will be the first
the Chicago Cubs, 8-1, for the of a home-and-home series, with
third straight victory, the finale scheduled for East
The six-run spree in the seventh Lansing two weeks hence.
inning was icing on the cake for Notre Dame is somewhat of an
rookie righthander George Spen- unknown quantity in these parts
cer as he held the Cubs to six this season, although the Irish
hits in his first start of the sea- fell to Northwestern 5-4 earlier in
son. The Giants were leading, 2-1, the year.
when they sewed up the game with * * *
their fat inning. LAST SEASON in South Bend,

~Classes meet

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BUSINESS COLLEGE
State & Williams Sts.

hopped on two Chicago White Sox
errors for five runs and a 6-4 vic-
tory over the Pale Hose before
8,802 at Comiskey Park yesterday,
A 4-4 deadlock was broken in
the ninth inning when Joe Col-
lins Iarruped a long triple after
the Sox new third sacker Ores-
tes Minoso fumbled Gil Mc-
Dougald's roller. Jack Jensen's
long fly counted Collins.
INDIANS 4, RED SOX 3
CLEVELAND-Bob Lemon and
Cleveland's new pennant hope,
Lou Brissie, produced a second
straight victory for the Indians
yestedday over the Boston Red
Sox, 4 to 3.
Boston shortstop Lou Boudreau,
here on his first return visit since
he was fired as Cleveland's man-
ager, tried to spoil everything by
slamming a 350-foot, three-run
homer in the eighth.
But the rest of the Red Sox

of play.

* * *

I

REDS 6, PHILLIES 4 .
PHILADELPHIA-The Cincin-
nati Reds backed the effective
hurling of Ewell Blackwell and
Frank Smith with timely hits yes-
terday as they defeated the Phil-
adelphia Phillies 6-4 to gain an
even break in the two-game series.
The National League champions
reached Blackwell, who hurled the
first eight innings, and Smith for
12 hits-the same number garn-
ered by the Reds off Ken Heintzel-
man and Bob Miller.
PIRATES 4, DODGERS 3
BROOKLYN - Little Murry
Dickson, who couldn't beat Brook-
lyn all last season, set the Dodgers
down with five hits yesterday to
hurl the Pittsburgh Pirates to a
4-3 victory.
Ted Beard's pinch-double in
eighth inning drove in what proved
te Standings

* ,* *
BRAVES 5, CARDS 0
BOSTON-The fourth shutout
the Boston Braves have iregistered
in a week-a six hit 5-0 blanking
of the St. Louis Cardinals by lefty
Warren Spahn-yesterday boost-
ed them back into the National
League lead.
LATE BASEBALL SCORE
Senators 8, Browns 1.

Michigan eked out it's twentieth
consecutive dual triumph, 5-4.
The loss of Bob David and
Gene Bittner, two first-class per-
formers, by graduation, consid-
erably weakened the Irish for
1951,
Wiscoisin appears to be but a
minor threat on Saturday, the the
Badgers have been beaten already
7-2 by Purdue, a team which the
Wolverines sank 8-1 last Saturday.

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