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TUR SVDAYMAY f 17, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan Whips
DetroitNine, 13-2
Howell, Palmer, Koceski, Dorr Pace
Wolverines' 17 Hit Win over Titans

Special to The Daily
DETROIT-Michigan's baseball
team uncorked a 17-hit barrage
yesterday to defeat the University
of Detroit, 13-2.
The game, which saw the Wol-
verines score in every inning ex-
cept the first and the ninth, was
a wild affair which produced elev-
en errors-seven of them by Coach
Fisher's squad.
FISHER STARTED Milt Heath,
a left-hander, on the hill against

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Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

the Titans. He was followed by
Bob Carpenter in the fifth, Dick
Yirkoski in the eighth, and Al Vir-
gona in the ninth.
Michigan began its scoring
parade in the second inning
when Gerry Dorr doubled home
Pete Palmer and Al Weygandt
who had both singled to open
the frame.
The following inning Palmer
tripled home Bruce Haynam who
had. previously walked. After two
were out in the fourth frame,
Heath singled and Frank Howell
gave the Maize and Blue two more
tallies with a home run.
TRIPLES BY Leo Koceski and
Palmer, followed by a home runj
pitch served up to Dorr, netted the
Wolverines three more counters
in the fifth inning.
A double by Howell followed by
Koceski's second straight safety,
this time a single, brought the
score to a 9-0 Michigan advantage.
The Wolverines completed their
scoring with a pair of runs in both
the seventh and eighth frames.
Detroit scored their first tally in
the seventh inning when they got
to Carpenter for a single and a
double. Their second run, which
came in the eighth, was a result of
a walk and an infield error.
* * *

I=M
BRIEFS
T o m Turner held Vaughan
House to three hits yesterday as he
led Hinsdale to a 15 to 2 win in a
second place play-off game.
The big hitter in the game was
Mac Finch who pounded out a
home run and three singles. He
was ably aided by teammates Del
Wright, B. J. Hedeen, and Al Neu-
man who all contributed to the
win.
IN SECOND PLACE playoffs,
William House defeated Chicago
9-3, and Phi Kappa Psi won by
forfeit over Psi Upsilon.
In other fraternity and house
encounters, Strauss beat Lloyd
6-0, Wenley beat Hayden 7-4,
Winchell outscored Michigan
7-5, Adams defeated Anderson
10-9, Tyler beat Cooley 13-0, and
Trigon forfeited to Alpha Sigma
Phi.
Alpha Tau Omega outscored
and outhit Sigma Phi as they eas-
ily won 17-6.
* * *
IN A PRtOFESSIONAL fratern-
ity encounter, Alpha Kappa Psi
defeated Phi Epsilon Kappa 4-3
as A K Psi's pitcher, Len Palis,
struck out 10 men.
In faculty encounters, Ro-
mance Language edged out Pub-
lic Health 2-0, Dental Material
Labs succumbed to the Psycho-
logy Department 18-2, Chemis-
try defeated Speech 10-4, and
Zoology beat the English De-
partment 11-8.
In IM tennis, Phi tEpsilon Kap-
pa, last year's professional fra-
ternity champions, easily beat Phi
Delta Phi 2-1. In other matches,
Chicago House defeated Prescott
2-1, Law Club beat Alpha Kappa
Kappa 3-0, and Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon downed Phi Sigma Delta
3-0, as Jerry Shull, Jim Bishop,
Bill Raymond, and Chuck Scher-
meister all won their matches.
* * *
In horseshoes, Pi Lamb's Jerry
Rovner, Mary Lubeck, Ken Robin-
son, and Lou Jaffee won their
matches to defeat Beta Theta Pi
2-1. In other matches, the Fores-
ters beat the Hawaiians 2-0, Wil-
liams beat Strauss 2-0, Tyler beat
Adams 2-1, and Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon defeated Kappa Nu 3-0.

By CY CARLTON
Michigan's tennis team travels to
East Lansing today to battle the
powerful MSC netters in their
home lair.
The Spartans boast one of the
most potent tennis machines in
the Western Conference as they
have battled their way to an un-
beaten season so far and have won
43 of 45 individual matches.
* * *
THEY TROUNCED Illinois, on
Monday, 8-1, a team which Michi-
gan lost to by a 5-4 score earlier
in the season.
Starring for the Green and
White, is Lenny Brose, a veteran
from Detroit, who is undefeated
'M9 Cindermen
To Meet Ypt~i,
.Boilermakers
Something new will be added
to the usual course of events
when the Michigan track team
takes to the field against Purdue
and Michigan Normal at Ypsi-
lanti next Saturday.
In additio nto the regular track
and field events, a distance med-
ley relay, a two mile and mile
relay, and a sluttle hurdle race
will be run. None of these relays
are usually run in Big Ten com-
petition.
Scoring in the relays will be
done for three places, on a 10-
6-4 basis. In the individual
events, scoring will be carried
out for the first four positions,
the winner earning five, while
the next three finishers receive
three, two and one respectively.

Wolverine Net Squad Meets
Strong Spartan Team Today

this season and is aefending
Central Collegiate Champion,
Brose 'will meet Al Hetzeck,
Michigan captain in the number
one match of the afternoon.
Other Spartan stalwarts include
two sophomores, Wally Kau, a na-
tive of Hawaii and John "Pancho"
Sahratian, an outstanding prep
player in the Detroit area in his
high school days. Four holdovers
form the remainder of the squad.
These are Ken and Keith Kimble,
Dave Mills and Dick Rieger.
MICHIGAN and MSC were
rained out of their first meeting of
the season earlier this month in
Ann Arbor.
Coach Bill Murphy expects to
use his usual sextet of Hetzeck,
Steve Bromberg, Jack Smart,
Mike Schwartz, Gene Barrack
and Bob Curhan against MSC.
The Maize and Blue netters have
a 5-1 record in dual meet competi-
tion this season. Their last win
came at the hands of a weak De-
troit squad, 9-0.
* * *
THE MICHIGAN STATE match
shapes up as the toughest of the
season for the Wolverines as the
Spartans are the class of the
Conference and Michigan must
beat them if they expect to carry
off conference laurels later in the
month at Evanston.
Earlier in the week, the Murphy-
men suffered a shutout practice
match defeat at the hands of a
pickup squad of faculty and grads.
Playing without the services of
captain Hetzeck, the varsity lost all
singles matches and the three
doubles contests.
Former Michigan coach Bob
Dixon paced the "has beens" by
trouncing Bromberg in the number
one singles battle, 6-0, 6-0.

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New York.... .......18
Chicago ..."... .... .14
Detroit ................14
Washington ...........13
Cleveland ..............12
Boston................12
t.Louis.............8
Philadelphia ..........7

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9
9
11
11
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19
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Pet.
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.542
.522
.500
.296
.269

GB
2'l2
4
11
11 2

YESTERDAY'S SCORES
New York 11, Cleveland 3
Chicago 9, Boston 5
Detroit 7, Washington 1
St. Louis 10, Philadelphia 9
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at New York-Wynn (2-3)
vs. Reynolds (1-3).
Detroit at Washington-Hutchinson
(2-0) vs. Haynes (0-1) or Kuzava
(2-3). /
Chicago at Boston-Gumpert (1-0)
vs. McDermott (0-1).
St. Louis at Philadelphia (night)-
Johnson (0-1) vs. Coleman (0-2)
* * *
NATIONAL LEAGUB
W L Pct. GB
Brooklyn .............15 11 .577 -
Boston ...............15 13 .536 1
Pittsburgh ..........13 13 .500 11/
Chicago ..............13 13 .500 1 /
Cincinnati.. .......13 14 .481 2%
St. Louis...........12 13 .480 2%
New York......14 16 .466 3
Philadelphia........13 15 464 3
YESTERDAY'S SCORES
Chicago 14, Brooklyn 4
Cincinnati 4, Boston 3
New York 2, Pittsburgh 1
St. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 3
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Pittsburgh-Jansen
(3-3) vs. Queen (3-1)
Boston at Cincinnati-Spahn (3-2)
vs. Ramsdell (1-4)
Brooklyn at Chicago-Palica (1-1)
vs. Hiller (3-2)
Philadelphia at St. Louis (night)-
Roberts (3-2) vs. Presk. (1-2)
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BOX SCORE
MICHIGAN AB R
Howell cf...........5 2
Billings cf..........1 0
Haynam ss ........4 1
Koceski If ..........5 1
Fancher If.......0 0
Palmer c ..........4 2
Peck c ............2 1
Weygandt lb ......3 1
Keimlb ...........1 1
Dorr 3b ............5 1
Mogk rf ............3 0
Harrington rf ......2 1
Sabuco 2b ........5 0
Heath p...,.......1I 1
*Painter............1 0
Carpenter p ........1 1
Yirkoski p ..........1 0
Virgona p ..........0 0

H
3
0
0
2
0
3
2
1
2
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
4

PO A
1 0
1 1
2 3
2 0
1 0
4 2
1 1
9 1
2 0
0 2
0 0
1 0
2 1
1 0
0 0
0 2
0 1
0 0

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0
0
2
0
0
0
1
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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The Wolverines will be rated a
heavy favorite against the Boiler-
makers and Michigan Normal.

I.

I.F.C. BALL
PICTURES
TODAY
In Administration Building

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IT'S COLLEGIATE
STYLES
by Courteous
Skilled
Personnel
9 Barbers-No Waiting
The Dascola Barbers
Liberty, near State

TOTALS..........43 13 17 27 13
*batted for Heath in 5th.

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DETROIT AB
Krol 3b ............4
Markaitz 2b ........4
Kozora lb...... 4
Harrison rf ........3
Reading If ........3
Maksimczk ss ...4
Gleeson ci........3
Reid ca............ 4
Cipparone p........2
Eckstein p ..........0
Dranchak p ........1
TOTALS...........3
MICHIGAN ........021
DETROIT........000

R H PO A E
0 0 1 0 0
0 0 0 1 1
0 0 10 1 1
1 1 2 0 1
0 0 3 1 0
0 1 6 1 1
0 0 0 2 0
1 0 0 0 0
0 0 1 60
231 220--13
000 110- 2

Hip-hip hooray,
Hap-hup--hup,
May 23,
GARG coming up!

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Cigarette

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Number 20...THE BALTIMORE ORIOLE

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SANDLER
OF BOSTON

Jvo for the British influence.
particularly when reflected by Sandler of
Boston! A gay, light-as-air style,
light a'foot and so flatt'ring, my deahl

doesn't like to reach for 'em... wants itright, over the plate.
And that's the way he likes his proof of cigarette mildness! No razzle-
dazzle "quick-puff" tests for him. No one-whiff, one-puff experiments.
There's one test, he's discovered, that's right down the alley!
It's the test that proves what cigarette mildness really means.
THE SENSIBLE TEST ... the 30-Day Camel Mildness Test,
which simply asks you to try Camels as a steady smoke-
on a pack-after-pack, day-after-day basis.

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