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SATUiWAY, MAY 5, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Indiana Nine Blanks Wolverines "

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Track Team
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SlateToday
By BYRLE ABBIN
Many question marks will face
the Wolverines this afternoon as
they open their outdoor home dual
track competition against Wis-
consin's Badgers at Ferry Field.
Foremost in the eyes of every-
ohe will be captain Don Hoover,
Big Ten indoor high and low hur-
dies champ. In his only outdoor
outing of the season to date, Hoov-
er placed third in the highs and
fourth in the lows in the South-
ern Cal.-Illinois triangular.
* * *
HOOVER was not in shape at
that time due to wet training con-
ditions. Since then he has been
blessed with much better weather,
and much attention will be given
to his performances today as an
indication of both his, and Michi-
gan's Big Ten outdoor chances.
Teaming with Hoover in the
strongest Maize and Blue events
will be Van Bruner, Jim Mitchell,
and Wally Atchison.
Since Al Rankin is still sidelined
for at least three weeks with a
badly pulled calf muscle, the Wol-
verine dash section has been
somewhat depleted, and adequate
replacement for him poses a big
problem for Coach Canham.
* * *
WISCONSIN will field one of
the best quarter milers in the Big
Ten in LeRoy Collins, who won
the. Big Ten title last year. Col-
lins, who has done 48.1 in the 440
will also be favored in the 220,
and will also anchor the mile re-
lay tdam.
Don McEwen, who in last
year's Wisconsin dual meet ran
a 9:02.0 two mile, will lead the
strong Michigan di stance con-
tingent. McEwen will be aiming
for at least three records..Among
them are the dual and Ferry
Field mile mark, and the Ferry
Field two mile record.
Top duels are expected in the
half mile and the shot put. Sam
Greenlee, Badger 880 man, is ex-
pected to give Chuck Whiteaker,
who just recovered from a pulled
muscle injury, quite a tussle in
the half.
In the shot, Captain Ted Black-
wen, who holds the Wisconsin
record of 50' 11 7/8", and Tom
Johnson will fight it out in a tough
battle.
Field events will begin at 1:30
p.m., and the track events will
begin at 2:00 p.m. with the run-
ning of the mile race.
I-M Briefs
Don Mitchell pitched a no-hit
no-run ball game yesterday, as
Kappa Sigma drubbed Triangle,
13-0, in intramural play.
Mitchell walked five and fanned
seven to chalk up his second bic-.
tory of the year. Eddie May led
the Kappa Sigma attack with a
single and a .double.
CHI PHI achieved its first
league win with a 11-2 triumph
over Dta Upsilon. Doug Scott's
circuit~esmash was the big blow
in the winner's attack.
Delta Chi also counted its
initial league triumph with a
13-hit, 17-6 beating of Acacia.
Independent competition saw
Roger Williams tally its third
straight victory, 19-1, behind the
one-hit pitching of Bill McKeat-
chie. Besides fanning seven men
in four innings, McKeatchie belt-
ed a homer and double.

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Netters Win Home Opener

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By DICK SEWELL
Michigan's tennis team turned
out a workman-like 7-2 win over
Notre Dame here yesterday after-
noon in the first home match of
the season.
The Murphymen won four of
the six singles matches and swept
all three doubles contests en route
to victory.
IN THE BIG match of the day,
captain Al Hetzeck was forced to
rally to squeeze by Notre Dame's
Ken Angyal 6-3, 2-6, and 8-6.
Angyal's powerful service and
strong ground game forced Het-
zeck to come fron behind three
times in the final set. With
match point in his grasp, Angyal
faltered in the tenth game and
Hetzeck bore down to win the
last three games and the match.
Steve Bromberg was also ex-
tended to three sets in his number
two singles match with Ray
Smith. After dropping the first
set, 6-4, Bromberg turned on the
heat to cop the last two sets, 6-2
and 6-3.
THE SMOOTH swinging junior
broke his racquet early in the
match and played with a borrowed
weapon the rest of the way.
First-year men Jack Smart
and Bob Curhan turned in the
other two singles victories.
Smart, who has shown steady
improvement lately, turned back
the Irish's Pat Tonti 5-7, 6-2,6-2.
A strong overhead game helped
Smart's wil.
CURHAN WON the first set of
his sixth singles match with John
Massicotte 6-3, faltered momen-
'Al', Illinois
Golf ers Play
Strong MSC
By BOB ROSENMAN
One of the strongest Michigan
State golf squads of recent years
will play host to Michigan and
Illinois today when the three Big
Ten schools play over the Walnut
Country Club course in Lansing.
The Spartans will be slight fa-
vorites in the meet due to their
season record thus far and the fact
that they will be playing over their
home course.
IN EIGHT matches this season
the Spartans have not been beaten
and among their wins is an impres
sive 15-12 victory over the Uni-
versity of Detroit Titans, the same
team which had earlier this year
defeated the Wolverines by the
same score.
The University of Illinois is
still an unknown quantity in the
Big Ten golf race, and the Illini
will be the underdog in the
three-team meet.
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer will
send Bob Olson, Dick Evans, Dean
Lind, John Fraser, Lowell LeClair,
and Hugh Wright to the tee for:
Michigan.
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KATZENMEYER, pleased by the
performance of the Wolverie
linksmen in the 13-13%/2 tie with
Northwestern Monday, seems op-
timistic over Michigan's chances
in the coming Big Ten meet.
Record Field
FEntersDerby
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - (VP) - A
bumper field of 23 thoroughbreds
was named yes3rday to slug it out
in today's 77t. Kentucky Derby,
which should produce one of the

greatest traffic jams ever wit-
nessed on any race track.
Indications were that all but
one of those entered actually will
reach the post at 4:30 this after-
noon. This would tie the record
field of 22 which ran in the 1928
Derby, won by Reigh Count.
The winner almost surely will
collect the biggest purse in Derby
history.

to suffer defeat at the hands of
the Irish.
Schwartz playing in the number
four singles berth forced Herb
Hoene to the limit before bowing
out, 6-8, 6-3, and 7-6.
BARRACK HAD the misfortune
of meeting Notre Dame's Tom
Overholser on a good day and was
counted out 6-2, 6-1.
It was Michigan all the way
in the doubles matchesasrthe
Hetzeck - Bromberg, Smart -
Schwartz and Barrack - Curhan
, combinations all won with com-
partive ease.
Hetzeck and Bromberg teamed
3 well to trounce Angyal and Smith

Hoosier Ace,
Gives 5 Hits
For 5-0 Win
Special to The Daily
BLOOMINGTON - Michigan's
disappointing baseball team ab-
sorbed its fifth consecutive West-
ern Conference defeat as Indiana's
Don Colnitis whitewashed them
with 5 hits 5-0 yesterday.
Coach Ray Fisher started Bob
Larsen the big southpaw for the
third time in Big Ten play, and
the same results were achieved.
The Hoosiers got' to Bob for five
runs before he vacated the scene
in the fifth inning.
* * *

-Daily-Roger Rein
AL HETZECK
... undefeated captain
* * *
tarily in the second, losing
but ran his opponent into
court to win the final set, 6-
Mike Schwartz and Gene B
rack were the only Wolver
Newhouses
Maglie, Si
By The Associated Press
DETROIT - Jerry Priddy
Dick Kryhoski blasted gve do
as the Detroit Tigers shelled
14 hits to jolt the Boston Re
8 to 4 yesterday.
Hal Newhouser, making
fourth start, gave up only fiv
to win his first game. Two o
hits off Newhouser, who ha
ttwo, were homers by BobbyE
and Vern Stephens.
* * *
PRIDDY smashed home
runs and Kryhoski two as
Tigers handed Harry Taylo
second defeat without a win.
Priddy, who had only one
in the last four games, rapp
bases loaded double in the s
inning to bring the Tigers f
behind. His double in thes
enth drove in Newhouser
got two hits.
Kryhoski walloped three do
and a single.
Ted Williams, Red Sox slu
went hitless for the fourth str
game. Boston's homers prod
the only runs.
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CIANTS 5, PIRATES 1
NEW YORK-Pittsburgh's
Castiglione tripled to start
game but after that Sal M
halted the Pirates withouta
as he paced the New York G
to a 5-1 victory yesterday.
The Giants broke out i
rash of four homers to b

by scores of 6-1, 7-5. The Irish ACTUALLY, defensive mental
duo staged a game rally in the lapses cost Larsen more than what
second set, but the Wolverine pair the Indiana batsmen accomplished.
t. cut it short to fashion an early In the second inning with two men
in. out and nobody on base, John
In the second doubles contest Phillips, the Hoosier first base-
Smart and Schwartz took Tonti man, got a single and promptly
and Hoene into camp, winning stole second.
6-4 and 6-0.
In the last match of the day' Larsen then walked right
Barrack-Curran dropped Over- fielder Jim Platis and when Gil
holster and Dick MacDonald by Sabuco was unable to handle
6-2, the wayside 6-3, 6-0. Arnold Bowman's infield hit
the T o d a y the Wolverines will Phillips scored.
0. square off witn the Wisconsin Pitcher Colnitis then bounced
Bar- Badgers at the varsity courts at one high off the plate, which if
'ines 2:30. Larsen had let go would have prob-
ably gone foul but Bob chose to
play the ball ad Colnitis went safe,
r Stops Iosox; loading the bases.
H i ANOTHER error of omission
mlfith H ill Starsi cost Michigan as Al Weygandt let
r t Al ars e7 a towering pop tly off the bat of
Chuck Platis drop between him
and the pitchers mound for a hit.
Magie's superb hurling which With two out the runners were off
s and stopped a four-game Pittsburgh with the swing and Bowman and
ubles winning streak. Jim Platis came home with the
d out Bobby Thomson blasted a homer second and third runs of the imn-
d Sox with one on in the first and Hank ing.
Thompson followed with another The game progressed in rou-
hits in the same frame to get Maglie tiemnrfomheutlte
e hits off to a 3-1 lead. Spider Jorgensen tine manner from here untiHthe
f the collected his second homer in two sixth inning wheheels aHoosier
Ls los .ascletdtethr n ot ri kicked up their heels agan. The
Doerr days the tasr aned nteseven Platis brothers, Jim and Chuck,
Maglie, is making his record 2-2 were aga instrumental m
bringing in the runs. Jim led
frfor the wsason strucsk out idve off with a clean single and when
the the first inning, when Castiglione ersen moved tos nsgroun-
r his tripled, and in the third, when he der he moved to second.
walked three, he never was in Colnitis then sacrificed the two
hit trouble.- runners into scoring position and
ed a From the fourth until two were Chuck delivered them with a base
ixth out in the ninth, he didn't permit hit. As was the case with the
rom a man to reach first. other Indiana runs these were
sev- tainted too, for the ball that Platis
who REDS 5, DODGERS 4 hit was straight to Gil Sabuco but
BROOKLYN - Frank Smith, it hit a hard spot in the infield
towering righthander, pitched and bounded over the second base-
ubles shutout ball in five innings of re- man's head into right field.
lief to give the Cincinnati Reds a Harry Moore, the slick-fielding
aight even the series rat EbbetsokField.to Indians center fielder kept the
h ve rally alive and brought about Lar-
uced The Dodgers' Captain, Peewee sen's removal when he singled
SReese, was injured and two Platis to third. Bill DenHouter
Brooklyn pitchers on the bench, then entered the game and induced
Don Newcombe and Dan Bank- Johnny Kyle to line to Koceski
Pete head, were banished during the whdobePaistteple
the game.who doubled Platis at the plate
[aglie Reese was hurt in the fifth inn- when the latter attempted to
a hit ing when he was hit in the face score after the catch.
iants by a grounder. He retired to the The Wolverines will try to even
clubhouse for ice pack treatments up the series tomorrow when they
ia ubusxectedtobpokayry tmon-smeet the Hoosiers again in a
n a but is expected to be okay by to- morning game.
)ack day. The game will be part of the
annual Indiana Cream and Crim-
;ague Standings son Day, a sports program pre-
sented for Indiana's alumni and
fans.
NATIONAL LEAGUE * *"
GB W L Pct. GB BX SCORE
Boston 12 7 .632 . MICHIGAN AB R H PO A E
1 St. Louis 8 5 .615 1 Howellcf 4 0 0 2 0 0
1 Pittsburgh 8 6 .571 1> Haynam ss 3 0 1 0 4 0
31/z Brooklyn 9 8 .529 2 Koseski if 4 0 0 2 1 0
31, Philadelphia 9 8 .529 2 Palmer c 3 0 1 5 1 0
3 LWegadtIb 3 0 0 10 0 1
7 Chicago 6 8{ .429 3 z D gortr b 3 0 0 1 5 0
8 Cincinnati 6 9 .400 4 Mogk rf 4 0 0 0 0 0
9 New York 6 13 .316 6 Sabuco 2b 4 0 1 4 2 1
* * Larsen p 1 0 0 0 0 1
YESTERDAY'S GAMES Den Houter p 2 0 2 0 o0
Cincinnati 5, Brooklyn 4 Totals 31 0 5 24 13 3
Boston 9, Chicago 3 (N) INDIANA AB R H P A E
(N) Philalelphia 6, St. Louis 4 (N) Platis, C. 2b 4 0 2 2 1 0
Giants 5, Pittsburgh 1 Moore Cf 4 0 2 2 0 0
) * * * Kyle 3b 3 0 0 1 0 0
(N) TODAY'S GAMES Ring ss 3 0 0 1 3 0
Cincinnati at Brooklyn-Raf- Pegran if 4 0 0 1 o o
fensberger (0-2) vs. Van Cuyk Phillips, Ir 3 1 1 0
tas- (0-2). Bowmanc 4 2 1 10 0 0
Chicago at Boston-Hiller (2- Colnitis p 3 0 2 1 0 0
bor- 1) or Minner (1-2) vs. Sain Totals 31 5 9 27 5 0
-0). (1-2). Michigan .......000 000 000-0
-> Pittsburgh at New York-Ko- Indiana................030 0000x-5
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