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TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wolverine Nine

To Meet Notre Dame Here

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'M' Netmen Oppose
Titan Squad Today

By DICK SEWELL
Coach Bill Murphy and his six
man tennis squad leave today for
Detroit where they will tangle with
the University of Detroit netters at
2:30.
Making the trip for the Wolver-
ines are captain Al Hetzeck, Steve
Bromberg, Jay Webb, Mike
Schwartz, Gene Barrack and Bob
Curhan.
LAST YEAR the Murphymen
opened the 1950 season against the
k Detroiters and handed them- a
stinging 9-0 loss. The Titans
haven't improved greatly since
then and all indications point to
an easy Michigan win.
RHETZECK and his mates will be
trying to notch their 30th dual
meet win in 31 starts.
The Wolverine captain is the
only undefeated member of the
Michigan squad. So far this sea-
son he has bested opponents
from Western Michigan, Illinois,
Purdue, Notre Dame and Wis-
consin. His closest call to date
was a narrow three set triumph
over Notre Dame's Ken Angyal
last weekend.
The number one doubles combi-
nation of Hetzeck and Steve Brom-
berg is also unbeaten in regular
play. The smooth swinging duo has
won all five matches with ease.
* * *

Gene Barrack, has shown improve-
ment with each contest, and the
young .sophomore figures to play
an important part in Murphy's
plans.
The probable doubles pair-
ings will be Hetzeck-Bromberg,
Schwartz-Webb, and Barrack-
Curhan.
Doubles play has been Michi-
gan's forte all season having suf-
fered only two doubles losses all
year, the last being Smart and
Schwartz' close defeat by Wiscon-
sin last Saturday.
* ; ,*
THE SOPHOI ORE combination
of Barrack and Curhan has shown
fine form all year and the yearling
netters have teamed well to win
all but one of their number three
doubles matches.

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Fisher Out to Break Slump;
Gives VirgonaStarting Role
Returning to their home grounds Irish have only managed to win 16.
after droping two ball games at A win in today's game would
Indiana, Coach Ray Fisher's be indeed welcome. This year,
charges will try to get back on the Coach Fisher seems well on his
right side of the ledger against way to one of his most disastrous
Notre Dame today. seasons. Constant juggling of the
Righthander Al Virgona will lineup and pitching corps have
start on the mound for the Wol- not done any good and every-
verines, but Fisher expects to use thing seems to be going against
several pitchers in the game. Coach the Wolverines.
Jake Kline of Notre Dame nomi- There seems little to salvage for
nated three hurlers, righthanders this year. Michigan resides uWi-
Bob Nemes and Stan Koropka and gloriously in the Conference base-
southpaw Jerry Ledwidge to share ment with a none-won, six-lost
the pitching duties. record and their prospects of es-
* * * caping the cellar are extremely
THE "FIGHTING IRISH" have dim.
played several games against Big
Ten opposition, their best showings ALL THAT REMAINS is to save
being an 11-inning 1-0 victory over some personal pride by edging
Ohio State and a 4-2 win over Pur- closer to a .500 record for the sea-
due. son. This looks equally remote
Notre Dame's offense is headed because all of the clubs remaining
by Catcher Tom Boland who on the Michigan schedule are
compiled a .318 average last sea- primed to beat the first really weak
son. Boland, a right-handed Wolverine diamond squad they've
power hitter, bats cleanup for seen in years.
the Irish.-
Last year the Wolverines split I-H NEWS:
two games with the lads from
South Bend, losing on the road 4-2 * .h e s
and romping to victory here at Ann B ery Rii es
Arbor by a 13-1 score.
T * ,,AsPr
TRADITIONATLLY Miphigan As r scott

DAZZLING DASHMEN:
'M' Trackmen Boast Sprint Strength

By HERB NEIL
Michigan sprinters have shown
more strength in the past few
weeks outdoors than they were ex-
pected to display after the loss of
Art Henrie to the Army this winter.]
Bill Konrad's double victory in1
the 100 and 220-yard dashes plus
the Wolverine sweep in the 100j
against Wisconsin Saturday, to-
gether with Dave Stinson's win in
the 100 against Illinois and South-
ern California at Los Angeles two
and one-half weeks ago have giveni
Michigan new hope in the sprints4
for the balance of the season,
* * *
WEAK sprinters have plagued
Michigan track teams ever sincei
Orval Johnson, who was a con-
sistent scorer in both the 220 and
440, hung up his track shoes in
June of 1948. It was particularly
evident in the 1950 Big Ten Indoor
Championships when the Wolver-
ines finished second 2% points be-
hind Ohio State.
Henrie, who placed fifth in
the 60-yard dash, was the only
Michigan man to score in either
the 60 or 440, while Gene Cole
of the Buckeyes was finishing
third in the quarter.
Ohio State's great advantage
over the Wolverines came in the

4mile relay, however, when they
won the event as Michigan fin-
ished back in fifth.
In the Conference outdoor meet
last May Michigan was not able
to place a man in the 100, 220, or
440, nor was the Wolverine one
mile relay team able to finish
among the first five.
* * *.
KONRAD'S performance in the
220 was particularly encouraging
in that he beat Wisconsin's LeRoy
Collins by more than a yard. Col-
lins had scored a third place in
the Big Ten 220-yard race last
spring, as well as winning the 440
in the same meet.
Although the Badger 100-yard
men are not among the out-
standing century men in the
CREW .CUTS
A Specialty
9 Barbers--No Waiting
The Dascola Barbers
Liberty, off State

AL HETZECK
.* still undefeated

MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Tigers Crush Yankees 10-6;
Bosox' Nixon Blanks Browns

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PLAYING in the number two
singles berth, Bromberg has fol-
lowed up his great sophomore sea-
son with a fine start this year. His
only loss was a drawn-out match
with Illinois' Gene Buwick.
Jack Smart, Murphy's regular
number 'three singles player, is
Snot making, the Detroit trip be-
cause of exams, and he will be
replaced by rookie Jay Webb, a
sophomore.
Both Schwartz and Curhan boast
4-1 records thus far. Schwartz'
only loss was a close three set loss
to Herb Hoene of Notre Dame, and
Curhan has won three in a row
since losing to Lee Bishop in the
Illinois contest.
NUMBER FIVE singles player,
May 11th means .. .
IFC BALL
"After Six" means ...
FORMAL
but so comfortable!

By The Associated Press
DETROIT - Gene Bearden, a
castoff relief pitcher, halted the
league-leading New York Yankees
yesterday, sparking the Detroit
Tigers to a 10-6 victory with a
home run and seven innings of
sharp relief pitching.
The Tigers broke up a tight
ball game in the eighth inning
when Bearden, Hoot Evers and
Dick Krykoski homered. Earlier
Yogi Berra and Gene Woodling
homered for the Yankees.
Mickey Mantle, rookie Yankee
outfielder, punched out two singles
and has now hit safely 12 times
in his last 25 at bats.
- * * *
RED SOX 2, BROWNS 0
ST. LOUIS - Willard Nixon
pitched a two-hitter and hit a
home run for the Boston Red Sox
last night to give them a 2-0 vic-
tory over the St. Louis Browns.
The Browns' tough-luck pitch-
er, Ned Garver, gave only 4 hits
to the hard-hitting Bosox, but one
of them was Nixon's telling blast
in the third inning.
* ,. *
SENATORS 11, INDIANS 10
CLEVELAND-- Eight Washing-
ton batters in a row singled off
two Cleveland pitchers in the

fourth inning last night to score
five runs as the visiting Senators
edged the Tribe 11 to 10 and
climbed back into second place.
The barrage of singles, three
short of the one-inning major
league record the St. Louis Card-
inals set in 1925, ruined Johnny
Vander Meer's first American
League start.
Trailing 11-8 going into the last
of the ninth, Larry Doby and Allie
Clark led off with homers for the
Indians, but the rally fell one
run short. Doby's ninth-inning
home run was his second of the
game.
DODGERS 4, CARDINALS 3
BROOKLYN - Bruce Edwards
singled home one run and Tommy
Brown drove in another with a fly
ball to give the Brooklyn Dodgers
a 10-inning, 4-3, triumph over the
St. Louis Cardinals last night.
Preacher Roe had the Cards
beaten, 2-1, with two out in the
ninth when Del Rice rifled a
two-strike pitch into the center
field seats to knot the score, but
in the tenth Peanuts Lowrey
committed a double error to pave
the way for the Dodgers' vic-
tory.

baseball teams have handled Notre
Dame with comparative ease. In 56
games up to the 1951 season, the
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League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
New York 14 5 .737
Washington 12 6 .667
Cleveland i 6 .645
Chicago 10 7 .588
Boston 10 9 ..523
Detroit 7 8 .467
St. Louis 5 15 .250
Philadelphia 3 16 .158

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Nips Winchell
By DICK LEWIS
Pitcher John Biery won his own
ball game with a last-inning Ifome
run yesterday, as Prescott regis-
tered its third straight intramural
softball victory, a 4-3 triumph over
Winchell.
Prescott, who plays Williams
later this week for divisional lau-
rels, overcame a two-run deficit to
set the stage for Biery's blast.
Paul Baughman also homered for
the winners.
* *
WENLEY also captured its third
straight win, with Jim Prokos
pitching a one-hit, 9-2, victory over
Vaughan. Colen LaFave paced
Wenley's attack with a run-scoring
triple, in addition to tallying three
markers himself.
Greene House amassed seven-
teen hits while defeating Tyler
by a 23-7 margin. Greene's Norm
Adsit and Jack O'Boyle cracked
home runs to spark an eleven-
run first inning.

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 10,' New York 6
Washington 11, Cleveland 10
Boston 2, St. Louis 0
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Detroit-Reynolds
(1-1) vs. Gray (0-2).
Philadelphia at Chicago--Shantz
(0-2) or Hooper (0-2) vs. Littlefeld
(1-0).
Only games scheduled.
* * *
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GR
St. Louis 10 6 .625
Boston 13 9 .591 .--
Brooklyn 11 9 .550 1
Pittsburgh 9 .529 1 ,z
Philadelphia 10 10 .500 2
Chicago 8 9 .471 2V'
Cincinnati 7 11 .389 4
New York 8 14 .364
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 4, St. Louis 3 (10 inn-
ings)
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at New York-(Night)-
Brecheen (2-0) vs. Jansen (1-3).
Chicago at Brooklyn - Schultz
(2-1) or Schmitz (0-2) vs. Erskine
(1-2).
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia -
(Nght)-Queen (1-1) vs. Heintzel-
man (1-2).
Cincinnati at Boston-(Night)-
Raffensberger (0-3) vs. Surkont
(3-1).

Two circuit smashes by Al
Rotsko, and one by Chuck Craig
featured Fletcher's 19-4 drubbing
of Chicago. Bob Lotzer's four hits
also helped smooth the path for
Bud Engell's third win in a row.
IN OTHER residence hall action,
Bud Turner of Hinsdale pitched a
one-hit 6-0 triumph over Cooley,
Allen-Rumsey outscored Hayden
12-5, and Jim Holtz fanned ten to
lead Strauss to a 7-2 win against
Adams.
Fraternity competition saw
Phi Delta Theta capture its third
victory of the season, thereby
clinching a first-place playoff
berth. Moundsman Paul Geyer
had to wait until the final inning
to achieve the 7-6 decision over
ZBT.

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