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DAY, MAY 30, 1951

THE MICHIGAN D ATTY

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°ARKPLUG HONORED:
Haynam to Captain 1952
Michigan Baseball Squad

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The sharpest fielder among
Michigan's ballplayers was named
to the captaincy of next year's
Wolverine squadyesterday.
Shortstop Bruce Haynam, the
unassuming little sparkplug sopho-
more from Cleveland Heights,
Ohio, received the honor in an
election by the players following
the Michigan State defeat.
HAYNAM began the season ob-
'500' Drivers
Read To Start
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - (P) -
The fastest field in the 40-year
history of the Memorial Day 500-
mile automobile race will await the
starter's flag today at 11 a.m. EST.
An aerial bomb at dawn signals1
the opening of the eleven gates and
the start~ of- the stampede. A staff
d1,000 men are employed to han-
dle the throng which is expected
to exceed 150,000 this year.
* * *
THIRTY-THREE drivers, with a
record average speed of 133.570
miles per hour, have qualified for
the Speedway classic. Last year's
average was 131.045.
The pair of sleek Novi racers
owned by Lou Welch and driven
by Duke Nalon and Chet Miller
are the pre-race favorites for
first place honors. Both cars
reputedly cost $150,000 each to
develop and can generate 575
horsepower.
Others highly regarded are
Johnny Parsons, the 1950 winner;
Walt Faulkner, who set a qualify-
ing record of 136.872 m.p.h.; Henry
Banks, a British driver; Jack Mc-
Grath, making his third try here;
and Mauri Rose, co-winner in 1941
and champion in 1947 and 1948.

scured in a crop of rookie in-
fielders, but his free-wheeling
ability in the field caused him to
bob to the top quickly as a stand-
out performer.
His throwing arm has been
his most valuable asset, combin-
ing accuracy with a quick, hard
toss from almost anywhere in
the gap between second and
third.
At the plate, Haynam has been
no giant but he has shown capacity
to develop into a better hitter. A
year's experience should produce
results in the 1952 campaign.
His finest performance came in
the double header against Ohio
State last Friday. He saved the
nightcap for Michigan and pitcher
Duane Hegedorn when he started
two double plays with the bases
loaded in late innings.
Haynam replaces Leo Koceski
who was the 1951 field leader.
THE BASEBALL letter winners
follow;
Bill Billings, Flint; Bob Car-
penter, Scarsdale, N.Y.; Bill
DenHouter, Ann Arbor; Gerry
Dorr, Detroit; Jerry Harrington,
Brooklyn; Bruce Haynam, Cleve-
land Heights, O.; Duane Hege-
dorn, Webster, N.Y.; Frank How-
ell, Muskegon Heights; Leo Ko-
ceski, Canonsburg, Pa.;
Bob Larson, Quinnesec, Mich.;
Bill Mogk, Detroit; Line Painter,
Dearborn; Pete Palmer, Indian-
apolis; Doug Peck, Rockford,
Mich.; Gil Sabuco, Flint; John
Shuett, Detroit; Al Weygandt,
Detroit.
Reserve numerals went to Paul,
Fancher, Washington; Tom
Goulish, Flint; Milt Heath, Wa-
ban, Mass.; Jim Johnston, Ann
Arbor; Earl Keim, Dearborn;
Mark Scarr, Barberton, O.; Al
Virgona, Detroit; and Dick Yir-
koski, Chicago.

MSC's Ninth
InningRally
Ices Contest
Palmer Collects
Four Safe Hits
By GENE MACKEVICH
Michigan brought its 1951 base-
ball season to an undramatic close
yesterday by bowing out before
Michigan State, 10-5, at Ferry
Field.
The loss gave the Wolverines a
conference record of four victories
against eight defeats which throws
them into an eighth place tie with
Iowa.
MSC JUMPED OFF to two runs
on two hits in the first inning
when, after two were out, shortstop
Joe Rivich walked, stole second,
and scored when Captain Vince
Magi singled to center.
Darell Lindley, who cracked
out four hits in five trips to the
plate, hit his first of two triples;
over centerfielder Frank Howell's
head, scoring Magi from first.
The Spartans picked up single
runs off starter and loser Bob
Larsen in both the second and
third frames. After "Corky" Ghise
walked and stole second, starting
and winning pitcher Don Qualye
singled to center scoring Ghise.
AFTER TWO were down in the
third, Lindley hit his second three-
bagger of the afternoon-this one
sailing over Leo Koceski's head in
leftfield. First baseman Al Zavota
singled down the third base line
chasing Lindley home with State's
fourth run.
The Wolverines waited until
the fourth inning before scoring
their first tally, which was the
result of two Spartan infield er-
rors following a single by Pete
Palmer.
The Maize and Blue brought the
score to 4-2 in the sixth frame
when Gerry Dorr singled home
Palmer who had cracked out a
double, his second of four consecu-
tive hits.
DUANE HEGEDORN, who had
relieved Larsen in the fourth, had
permitted only one hit in four and
one-third innings. But with one
down in the eighth, Spartan bats-
men got to him for three hits and
two runs. .
The bottom half of the eighth
inning saw Coach Fisher's play-
ers make their best bid for a re-
peat victory over MSC.
After Koceski popped up to the
shortstop, Palmer again singled to
right. Dorr popped to the third
baseman, but Al Weygandt cracked
out a line drive home run which
finally came to rest in the tennis
courts.

SPARTAN BASERUNNER SLIDES SAFELY BACK TO FIRST

-Daily--Roger Reinke
IN YESTERDAY'S CONTEST.

Wertz' Bat Spoils Lemon's No-Hitter

Raymond Takes All-Campus
Golf Crown for Second Time
By JIM BEATTY with an 80 to take third place
Two time Daily trophy winner, with a total of 157.
Bill Raymond, of Sigma Alpha Ep- Goeckel's 158 strokes were good
, w aure is enough to get him fourth place.
record of outstanding IM athleteenuhtHesoa78ntefitrud
e~se'"da? ~y"*1."s";inash He shot a 78 on the first round
yesterday by winning a links vic- and then turned in an 80 to gain
tory over the top fifteen intra- his berth in the elite quartet.
mural golfers on campus. *
Raymond who was also last FOLLOWING CLOSE behind
year's golf champion shot an 82 the leaders were Hugh Beath, Ross
on his first tour of the links and Herron, Dave Space, and John
then blazed home with a par 72 Goode They turned in 159, 163,
to card his winning total of 154. 1go, and 164 espectively to make
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up the second best foursome in the
RAYMOND IS ONE of six to tournament.
ever repeat as being the outstand- Space wasn't up to his usual
ing athlete in intramural compe- form, so he wasn't able to main-
tition. Raymond's closest com- twin she as thaleaon
petitor was Fred Haner of Alpha tam the pace that last year won
Tau Omega. Haner shot his way him the runner-up spot next to
into second place with an 81 on Raymond. Beath and Goode
the first round and a 74 on the played on Alpha Delta Phi's
second to give him a total of 155, championship fraternity team
only one stroke off the pace set last year.
by Raymond. A couple of the notable varsity
Rounding out the first four- athletes participating in the bid
some were Dale Schuhknect and for the golf championship were
Norman Goeckel. Schuhknect Space, a wrestler and Tom Kelsey,
carded a neat 77 on the first one of Michigan's gridiron stal-
thirty-six and then finished up warts. Kelsey shot'a 172.
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DETROIT-(/P)-Vic Wertz was
the villian yesterday as big Bob
Lemon of the Cleveland Indians
nearly pitched the first perfect no-
hit, no-run game in the major
leagues in 29 years.
Wertz, the first batter in the
eighth inning, blasted a home run
into the upper rightfield stands.
He was the only Detroit Tiger to
reach base as the Indians won, 2-1.
CHARLIE ROBERTSON of the
Chicago White Sox pitched the
last perfect game in the major
leagues April 30. 1922. Yesterday's
crowd of 6,280 gasped in dismay
as Wertz foiled Lemon's bid.
Lemon, winningest pitcher in the
American League last year, had
pitched a no-hit game here in
Briggs Stadium only three years
ago. Yesterday, only one ball, be-
sides Wertz' homer, had hit pos-
sibilities.
Lemon won his fourth game
against five defeats with Al
Rosen driving in both Cleveland
runs. The big righthander struck
out seven men, five of themi
swinging.
Of the other 21 batters who
faced him, 13 grounded out, six

and relief pitcher Hal White for
only six hits. Cain lost his fourth
game against three wins.
Cleveland scored in the fourth
inning when a Detroit double play
attempt failed. With one out,
Larry Doby tallied from third as
Rosen beat the relay to first. In
the eighth, Snuffy Stirnweiss sin-
gled, Doby doubled him to third
and Rosen drove him home with
a long fly to center.
* * *
Detroit lost its eighth game in
the last nine. The Tigers have
yet to beat the Indians in four
games this season.
Lemon, a native of Long Beach,
Calif., who won 23 and lost 11 last
year, pitched a no-hitter here
June 30, 1948. He beat the Tigers,
2-0, with Dale Mitchell's running
catch of a long fly saving the no-
hitter.

We have RECORDINGS AVAILABLE of
Recent Campus Activities Including:
Lantern Night, Women's Glee Club Concert,
Men's Glee Club Concert, "The Mikado", and
The Union Opera "Go West, Madam."
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521 East Liberty Phone 2-3053

BOB LEMON
.. near perfect

flied to the outfield and one lined
to the infield.
* * *
THE INDIANS mobbedhLemon
on the infield grass when the
game ended. One of the first to
congratulate him was big Luke
Easter who snared a line drive
from the bat of Pat Mullin. That
was the only, other hardhit ball.
The Indians touched Bob Cain

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of Publishing-
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TO LEARN ABOUT THE
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
NOW OPEN WITH
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T HE size and responsiveness of the multi-billion
dollar market covered by the Chicago Tribune
attracted to that newspaper in 1950 more than 45
million dollars' worth of advertising.
Would you be interested in learning about the
career opportunities now open on the business side
of that newspaper?
In the weeks ahead, the Chicago Tribune will add
to its staff a number of seniors now being graduated
from schools specializing in commerce, advertising,
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These men will be placed on salary and given
extensive training designed to fit them for advance-
ment to positions of responsibility in various ad-
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This training will be under the direction of execu-
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If the business side of publishing interests you, if
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MOGK KEPT the rally alive by
tripling deep to left center, sending
Qualye to the showers and bring-
ing on righthander Roger Howard.
Gene Sabuco greeted Howard by
sending his first pitch into center
for a single, scoring Mogk, and
bringing the Wolverines up to a
6-5 disadvantage.
The Wolverines hinted at a rally
in their half of the ninth when
Haynam reached first on an error
and Palmer came through with
another safety. But the scoring op-
portunity ended, as did the '51 sea-
son, when Weygandt grounded out
from second to first.
* * *

W
Chicago ....2
New York ... 26
Boston ...... 22
Detroit ...... 17
Cleveland ... 17
Washington . 15
St. Louis .... 11
Philadelphia . 10
YESTERDAY'S

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11 .703 ,.
13 .629 3
18 .486 8
19 .472 81/
19 .441 912
27 .289 1512
26 .278 15'/
RESULTS

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Boston ......
New York ...
Cincinnati ..
Philadelphia .
Pittsburgh ..

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20 17
18 16
20 18
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16 22
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Cleveland 2, Detroit 1.
(Only game scheduled.)
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Chicago (2)-
Widmar (3-3) and Suchecki
(0-0) vs. Pierce (5-2) and Gum-
pert (2-0).
New York at Boston (2) -
Raschi (8-1) and Lopat (8-0)
vs. Stobbs (4-1) and Wight (0-3)
or McDermott (3-1).
.Detroit at Cleveland (2)-Trout
(2-4) and Newhouser (4-3) vs.
Garcia (3-3) and 'Chakales
(1-0).
Philadelphia at Washington
(2)-Kellrier (3-2) and Fowler
(1-4) vs. Hudson (0-1) and Con-,
suegra (3-2).

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(No games scheduled.)
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at New York (2)-
Surkont (5-2) and Bickford
(6-4) vs. Hearn (3-2) and Jan-
sen (4-4).
Brooklyn at Philadelphia (2)
-Roe (6-0) and Newcombe
(4-2) vs. Roberts (4-4) and
Church (3-3).
Chicago at Cincinnati (2)--
Rush (2-1) and Minner (2-3)
vs. Fox (3-2) and Wehmeier
(1-3).
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (2)--
Dickson (6-3) and Queen (3-3)
vs. Presko (3-2) and Munger
(1-3).

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Blanchard 3
Rivich ss
Magi ef
Lindley rf
Zavota lb
Ciolek lb
Ghise 2b
Jablon ski lb
Qualye p
Howard p
TOTALS

MICHIGAN
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Haynam ss
Koceski If
Palmer c
Dorr 3b
Weygandt It
Mogk rf
Sabuco 2b
Larsen p
Hegedorft p
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DenHouter p
Shuett p
Carpenter p
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