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THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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-i 5 4BIG TEN PREVIEW:
en16gS., - Golfers To Fat
- ---- By DICK LEWIS butt
Pi skin Three years ago a Michigan golf men
SpringP i0raetie team returned home from a spring four
warmup tour of the South without vidu
a victory to its credit.

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By The Associated Press
DETROIT - Manager Rogers
Hornsby of the St. Louis Browns
yanked two other players for
pinchhitting but let pitcher Tom-
my Byrne hit for himself in a
seventh inning rally and the
strange strategy paid off with a
5-4 victory over the Detroit Tig-
ers yesterday.
What proved to be the winning
run came in the eighth inning.
Tom Wright beat out an infield
hit, George Schmees pushed him
home with a triple and Arft's
double to center scored Schmees.
INDIANS 1, WHITE SOX 0
CHICAGO -Rookie outfielder
Jim Fridley's first major league
homer and Bob Lemon's three-
hit pitching sneaked the Cleve-
land Indians to their second
straight win over the Chicago
White Sox, 1-0, yesterday.
Fridley's second-inning smash
into the upper left field stands
ruined the four-hit performance
by Chicago's Joe Dobson.
Lemon, the 17-game winner last
season, had some uneasy moments
in his shutout, the Sox leaving six
runnersstranded and failing to
do anything about a bases loaded
situation in the fourth.
YANKS 8, A's 1
PHILADELPHIA-Big Vic Ras-
chi, who probably would be the

Slated To Begin T1omorrow
Oosterbaan Searching Ranks of Aspirants
For Replacements in Key Backfield Slots

winningest big league pitcherof
all time if he could face only the
Philadelphia Athletics, beat them
again yesterday to give the New
York Yankees an 8 to 1 victory in
their American League opener.
The Yankee ace had a two-hit
shutout working when he walked
the first two batters to face him
in the ninth. When he also tossed
two wide ones to Elmer Valo, man-
ager Casey Ttengel decided to play
things safe and waved in Sain to
protect an 8 to 0 lead.
DODGERS 14, BRAVESd8
BOSTON-The Brooklyn Dodg-
ers pounded out 20 hits and took
full advantage of seven errors yes-
terday while out-slugging the Bos-
ton Braves 14-8 for their second
straight win of the new national
league season.
Roy Campanella continued his
heavy bombardment of the Bos-
ton pitchers by driving in four
runs with a single, double and his
first homer of the campaign. Duke
Snider added to the opposing-nurl-
ers' woes by connecting for sin-
gles on the first five of his six
batting tries.
NIGHT BASEBALL SCORES
New York (N) 5, Philadelphia
(N) 3.
Washington (A) 4, Boston (A) 3
St. Louis (N) 6, Pittsburgh 5

BOB LEMON
.. . whitewashes Sox
Ray Downs

By GENE MACKEVICH
It's football time at Michigan
once again.
f Coach Bennie Osterbaan and
his staff will greet approximately
100 candidates at tomorrow's
opening day practice of the 1952
sptng football season.
* * i
UNDER BIG TEN rules, the
Wolverines will be permitted 20
practice sessions and six classroom
instruction periods. May 17th is
the date set to end all spring
vork-outs.
Fundamentals will be the key
word in tomorrow's first prac-
tice and this will continue into
the first part bf next week. Al-
though Oosterbaan plans to send
the boys through a scrimmage
session as soon as possible, he
feels that the coaching staff
can not over-stress the import-
ance of fundamentals.
Few of the 28 lettermen are ex-
pected to be on hand for the work
outs. They are not obligated to
take part in the practices, though
some of them come out in order
to keep in shape for the fall sea-
son.

include letterman Laurie LeClaire,
Dave Tinkham, and Russ Rescor-
la. Sophomore hopefuls expected
to report are Dick Balzhiser and
Fred Baer.
* * *
THE quarterback slot seems
fairly stable, as compared to other
positions on the squad. With both
Ted Topor and Duncan McDonald
returning to action, and also with
Don Zanfagna available for duty,
Oosterbaan isn't too worried about
the post.
Replacements for tackles Tom
Johnson and Ralph Stribe are
expected to come from Jim Ba-
log, Ben Pederson, Don Ben-
nett, Roger Zatkoff, Bruce Bar-
tholomew or Dick Strozewski.
Lettermen guards who are seek-
ing Pete Kinyon and Jim Wolter's
old positions are Bob Timm, Bob
Matheson, Dick Beison and Don
Bugger. Graduate guards of last
year's frosh squads include Carl

It is a matter of record that the
1949 linksters bounced back to
win the Big Ten Championship
after the trio of setbacks at the
hands of Wake Forest, North
Carolina and Duke.
TIS YEAR'S edition of the
Wolverine fairway flailers similar-,
ly dropped its first three dual1
matches to the same southern
clubs, which have the advantage
of year-round practice. But Coach
Bert Katzenmeyer is not too quick1
to predict a duplication of the
1949 feat.
Katzenmeyer has a wait-and-
see outlook on the Western Con-
ference race which he calls a
tossup among any one of five
clubs, including his own charges.
And the Wolvernes will get their
first acid test Saturday afternoon
at Columbus when they meet de-
fending champion Ohio State and,
runnerup Purdue in a triangular
test. .
THE BUCKEYES TOOK the
crown by 12 strokes last season,

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they have lost their top five
, including Tom Nieporte,
th-place finisher in the indi-
al competition.
"oach Bob Kepler is building
Buck sixsome around senior
b Clouse, who ranked as num-
four man in 1951, and steady
b Anderson, the champions'
nber three starter.
ewcomers Frank Guarasci,
rge Frankenfeld, Ted Katula,
Jy Hart and Frank Cardi have
inside track on the four re-
ning slots.
* * *
F A RECENT rain-swept vic-
over the Ohio State alumni,
erson and Katula paced the
ity with a pair of 78's, while
rasci, Frankenfeld and Hart
wed with an 18hole total of
Katula also came home with
best round in the final quali-
rg rounds for the varsity,
nuing in a 76 effort.
ach Sam Voinoff's Purdue

golfers opened their season with
a 16-5 verdict over Butler, but
then fell before North Carolina,
18%-82, on the first match of a
two-match Dixie training junket.
Michigan bowed to the Tarheels
by a 191/2-7% count.
FOUR HOLDOVER major let-
ter winners feature a Boilermaker
combine which finished fifth in
the National Collegiate title meet.
But Voinoff, too, is hurt by the
loss of last year's senior co-cap-
tains, Gene Coulter and Dave Laf-
lin.
Coulter walked off with the
Big Ten individual laurels,
shooting a 290 in the 72-hole
good enough for the seventh
position.
Heading the holdover Riveter
contingent are seniors Jack Hes-
ler, Dick Wibel and Norm Dunlap.
Birmingham, Michigan junior
Chuck Houffs rounds ou the Pur-
due veterans.

IRock by KO
CHICAGO - () - Champion
Sugar Ray Robinson, a boxer turn-
ed ferocious slugger, knocked out
challenger Rocky Graziano with a,
pulverizing left and right in 1:53
of the third round to retain his
middleweight title before an in-'
door record crowd of 23,785, in the
Chicago Stadium last night.
Robinson, who weighed 157% /
elected to slug it out toe-to-toej

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from the outset of the fierce scrap WITH THE graduation of tail-
and ended it with incredibleswift- back Bill Putich and fullback Don
ness after Graziano himself had Peterson, Oosterbaan will be
floored the champion midway in ' ,
the third. searching the ranks for able re-
Seconds after Graziano had placements at these two key posi-
belted Robinson to the floor along bans,
the ropes with a ponderous right- Don Evans, a 180 pound Cha-
hand smash to the head, Robinson grin Falls, Ohio sophomore, is a
unleashed a lightning quick left- top candidate for a halfback
right combination which felled position. Evans showed fine
Graziano like a ton of bricks. progress last season until he was
Graziano, counted out by ref- sidelined by an injury. Other
eree Tommy Gilmore, by game in- halfback hopefuls expected out
stinct struggled to his feet and; for drills include Pat Monta-
with helpless waving fists tried to gano, Bob Hurley, Tom Wither-
continue the battle, He was re- spoon, and Ed Hickey.
strained by Gilmore. Promising fullback candidates
Sig Eps Resume Winning Way;
ATO Wallops Theta Delta Chi
Spring activity got under way the two-hit pitching of Bud Engel.
this week down at Ferry Field with The score was tied two apiece
the opening of the Intramural until the third inning. Then Engel
Softball season. and Lyle LaPine each homered as
Bill Monroe hurled Alpha Tau the SAE's scored 4 runs in the
Omega to a 13-5 win over Theta third and 6 in the fourth inning.
Delta Chi yesterday afternoon.
The ATO's chalked up seven For the losers, Bob Hastings
runs in the second inning with homered with a man on in the
Monroe and Cedric Richner each first inning to give Delta Chi
slamming out home-runs. Don its only tally.
Weir was another big gun at the Eleven runs in the fourth and
plate connecting on three for fifth innings gave Sigma Alpha
three. *Mu a 13-2 win over Delta Kappa
Epsilon. Paul Groffsky and Pat
SIGMA Alpha Epsilon trounced Ballis socked round-trippers for
Delta Chi 12-2 with the help of the Sammies, and Irv Tobocman
was credited with the win.
Trya * * *
COLLEGIATE CUT -- TUESDAY afternoon, Sigma
Phi Epsilon's Larry Gray hurled
It's individualistic! I a no-hitter to shut out Alpha Ep-
smart . . . suave silon Pi 2-0. Joe Hipfel and Lorne
Norton each socked one homer to
9 H Jaircutters to please give the Sig Eps the victory.
The Bascola Barbers Corrections on Tuesday's games.
Tau Kappa Epsilon 12, Pi Lambda
cclgcre colm etiaas 1iees"i
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Duback, Harry Kates, Jim Wag-
ner and John Threadaway.
* * *
THE ENDS will be led by Cap-
tain Merritt Green. Other flank-
ers i~clude Leo Schlicht, Thad
Stanford, Gene Knutson, and Bob
Dingman.
In addition to quarterback, the
center position also seems to be
rather stable. Dick O'Shaugh-
nessy, last season's regular offense
pivotman, hopes to gain his old
post.
J. Paul Sheedy* Switched
Because lie Flunked 7

Today's Ganies
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York at Philadelphia-Lopat
(21-9) vs Shantz (18-10).
Cleveland at Chicago-Garcia (20-
13) vs Grissom (0-0).
Boston at Washington-McDer-
mott (8-) or Henry (0-0) vs John-
son (7-12) or Hudson (5-12).
NA'T'IONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia at New York-Fox
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Pittsburgh at St. Louis-Werle (8-
6) vs Presko (7-4).
Chicago at Cincinnati-Kelly (7-
4) vs Raffensberger (16-17).
Brooklyn at Boston-Schmitz (2-
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