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TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

MMO

Il 'huts Out Notre Dame 3-0 for

Fifth in a Row

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* * * *

Corbett Yields but Five Hits
In HoldingIrish Scoreless
Haynam and Leach Lead Wolverine Attack;

Michigan Meets Detr
By PAUL GREENBERG
Sophomore right-anderJack
Corbett may very well prove to be'
the answer to Coach Ray Fisher's
Lquest for a dependable starting
hurler.
hu Corbett pitching superb base-
ball, chalked up his third consecu-
tive shutout yesterday, blanking
Notre Dame 3-0 while allowing
only five hits. It was the Wolver-
jines' fifth win in a row and they
have yet tobe scored upon at
home this season.
TODAY the Diamond squad
faces the Titans of Detroit Uni-
versity with Dick Yirkosky, south-
paw hurler due to go against Sam
Cippronne in a game starting at
3:30 at Ferry Field.
Michigan had a comparatively
. easy time against the Fighting
Irish from South Bend. Corbett
Hurst Elected
Don Hurst was elected cap-
tain of the Michigan gymnas-
tic team last night at a dinner
honoring the squad. Harry
Luchs was named Most Valu-
able Performer.

roit Nine Here 'Today
traditionally lucky home half of
the seventh Michigan kicked up
its heels again. Haynam was the
instigator, leading things off by
drawing a walk.
Then Bill Mosk, Wolverine
first baseman had his bat tip-
ped by the Notre Dame catcher
and went down to first, Haynam
taking over second. Billings, up
next, choked up as if to bunt
and slapped a hard single
through the drawn-in infield in-
to left field, Haynam scoring
while Mogk went to third and
Billings took second on the
throw to the plate.
Cleanup batter Don Eaddy step-
ped up and teed off on a fast
ball, slamming a long liner to cen-
ter on which Ridge made a spark-
ling catch. Mogk tagged up and
scored on the fly and Billings went
tt, third but was stranded there as
Lepley popped out to second and
Fancher hit another liner straight
at Ridge.
The game again included a po-
tent attack by the Wolverines, all
told the team knocked out nine
hits, catcher Dick Leach getting
three, including two screaming
doubles with Haynam and Bill-
ings each batting out a pair of

-Daily-Jim Parker
MAKES IRISH STEW-Sophomore hurler Jack Corbett allowed
only five hits as he whitewashed Notre Dame, 3-0. This marked
the third shutout of the season for the crafty right-hander.
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pitched a crafty if not over-
powering game, allowing only
three men to reach third, giving
three walks and striking out
four.
The Wolverines scored enough
runs to win in the first inning
when lead-off man Bruce Haynam
bounced a single off the chest of
the Irish third baseman, went to
third on center fielder Bill Billings
hard line single, and scored when
f he- and Billings collaborated on a
double steal.
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FROM HERE on until the sev-
enth nothing but goose eggs went
up on the scoreboard, but in the
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Big Ten Net
Play Begins
This Friday
The Big Ten's 1952 dual tennis
campaign gets under way Friday
with Indiana at Ohio State and
Wisconsin at Iowa, while Michi-
gan's netters open here against
the Hoosiers Saturday.
Here's how outfits shape up on
the eve of Conference openers:
* * *
MICHIGAN STATE: Undefeat-
ed in dual competition last year
and Conference champion by four
points over Michigan, the Spar-
tans are hunting replacements for
Leonard Brose, Big Ten singles
shamp, and Wally Kau, number
two man.
Coach John Friedrich says he
isn't too worried, because he has
added Stan Drobac, Milwaukee,
and Doug Curley, Detroit, two
capable performers, to take up the
slack. With Captain Pancho Sah-
ratian, veterans Keith Kimble and
Dick Rieger round out the MSC
squad that figures to be tough to
dethrone.
IOWA: Surprise third in the
Conference in '51, the Hawkeyes
"to date appear better than last
year, with lack of experience the
biggest weakness," said Coach Don
Klotz.
Bruce Higley, champ at Number
4 singles, is the top returning vet-
eran, backed by lettermen Roger
IKroth, Bob Richards, and Gordon
Chapman. Dusty Rice, Iowa grid
star, is a promising prospect. Rice
was state high school singles
champion two years in a row.
* *~ *
INDIANA: Loss of Captain Jim
Shannon, Number 2 singles, and
Bob Masters, Number 4 man, willz
be felt. Heading the Hoosiers in
'52 are Captain Bob Burnham, lastt
year's Number 1 player, and Elit
Glazer, who as a sophomore wast
undefeated and won the Number
3 singles title.
All other positions are widet
open, with the squad expected to
be stronger in the lower rankingse
than last year, when the Hoosiers
finished in a tie for fourth with
Illinois.f
NORTHWESTERN: Led by ace
Dan Baumle, four returning let-
termen, and several promising
sophomores make the Wildcats
hopeful of improving last year's
sixth place Big Ten finish.
* * *
WISCONSIN: Practicing under
a temporary coach, the 1952 Bad-
gers are a question mark. Seniors
Jim DeLoye and Ken Ohm are
the best of four lettermen return-
ing from last season's seventh
place Big Ten team. Last year
Michigan trounced the Madison
team, 8-1, in a dual meet here.
Michigan's dual schedule in-
cludes meets with all the fore-
mentioned teams except Iowa,
plus one each with Illinois and
Ohio State. The Buckeyes didn't
score a point in last year's Con-
ference meet.

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Brooklyn......... 5
Cincinnati....... 4
Chicago.......... 4
St. Louis.........3
New York........ 3
Boston...........3
Philadelphia .... 2
Pittsburgh ..... 2

LEAGUE
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1 .833
2 .667
2 .667
3 .500
3 .500
4 .429
5 .287
6 .250

Major League
Standings

Washington Edges Red Sox;
Yankees DownPhiladelphia
Raschi Hurls as Yanks Finally Beat Shantz;
Moreno in Second One-Run Win Over Sox

TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Brooklyn (2, twi-night)
-Wilson (0-0) and Surkont (0-1) or
Conley (0-1) vs. Van Cuyk (1-0) and
Roe (1-0).
New York atrPhiladelphia (night)-
Jansen (0-0) or Hearn (0-0) vs. Meyer
(0-1).
Chicago at Pittsburgh (night) -
Rush (0-0) vs. Friend (1-0).
St. Louis at Cincinnati (night) -
MizelL (0-0) vs. Raffensberger (1-0).
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Boston.......... 6
St. Louis.........5s
Washington .--4
New York........ 3
Chicago .. ....2
Philadelphia .... 1
Detroit...........o

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Ridge, cf. ...... 4 0 0 3 0
Mutscheller, If. 4 0 0 2 0
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Rosenthal, lb 3 0 0 7 0
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b-Bujnowski . 1 0 1 0 0
c-Durkin...... 0 0 0 0 0
d-Gaberik .... 1 0 0 0 0
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By LEONARD WHITE
As Michigan's golf team pre-
pares for its home opener against
the University of Detroit tomor-
row, it might be helpful to the
followers of this spring sport if
the inter-collegiate scoring system
were elucidated upon.
Such scores as 191-71 may be
mystifying to the layman who is
acustomed to tabulating his efforts
in terms of the number of strokes
taken.
ACTUALLY THERE are two
systems in use by the Big Ten,
the Nassau "System and that of
medal play.
The Nassau Sytem is used by
collegss for scoring a meet. It
is based entirely on match' play.
Under it a player may score a
maximum of three points toward
his team's total in an 18-hole
round.
If a Wolverines were leading his
opponent in holes after the first
nine, he will have earned one
point. If he and his opponent
should. win an equal number, he
will get x point as does his oppon-
ent.
* * *
THE SAME RULE applies to the
second nine. In addition, the play-a

er who holds the edge for the total
18 holes receives another point.
Again 1 point is scored in case
of a split.
These matches allow six play-
ers from each school to partici-
pate. Each man is paired in a
round of singles competition to
open the meet, so a team has
the opportunity to tally 18 points
by sweeping each nine holes.
Once the singles competition is
completed the play switches to
doubles, and the six players of
each team split up into three sets.
For example, Dean Lind and Dick
Evans may be paired against the
two top players of the opposition.
AT THE END of the first hole,
the lowest Wolverine score is com-
pared with the best one turned in
by either opponent, and the hole
is awarded to the lowest of the
three.
Again a point goes to the lead-
ing team at the end of each nine
and 18, and for the total 18. Now,
however, a team can earn a maxi-
mum of nine points, since it has
only three doubles combinations
in action.
* * *
THE Western Conference cham-
pionship is awarded on an entirely
different basis, that of medal play.
Each school enters six men to
play 72 holes each. The scores are
tabulated, and each school selects
its five lowest scores.

TODAY'S GAMES}
Philadelphia at New York-Martin
(0-1) vs. Sain (0-0).
Washington at Boston-Haynes (0-
0) vs. Henry (1-0).
Cleveland at St. Louis (night) -
Garcia (1-0) vs. Byrne (1-0).
Detroit at Chicago-Gray (0-1) vs.
Stobbs (0-1).
I-M
BRIEFS
Delta Sigma Delta overpowered
Alpha Kappa Kappa in the finals
of the professional fraternity
water polo tournament yesterday,
4-0.
JERRY BOWER, who tallied
twice, gave the winners a 1-0 half-
time lead by scoring shortly after
the contest got under way.
Delta Sigma Delta then broke
the game wide open in the second
stanza as Bower and Clyde Brash-
er countered early in the period
and then Chuck Murray added
icing to the cake by notching the
final goal with seconds remaining.
SOFTBALL SCORES
Anderson 17, Wenley 6
Tyler 9, Adams 7
Hayden 11, Williams S
Lloyd 18, Cooley 4
Chicago 12, van Tyne 9
Michigan 8, Reeves 5
Strauss 14, Huber 1
Winchell 9, Fletcher 0 (Forfeit)

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Vic Raschi con-
tinued his mastery over Philadel-
phia yesterday, pitching the New
York Yankees to a 5-1 victory over
the Athletics and giving the world
champions an even .500 rating for
their first six games of the season.
The powerful righthander was-
n't there at the finish, but he
stayed around long enough.
* * *
BOBBY SHANTZ, the little left-
hander who whipped the Yankees
in his last three starts against
them in 1951 and had beat them
in his only previous start against
them this season, hurled well
enough to win most games. His
defense, however, fell apart be-
hind him as two glaring errors
handed the Yankees three un-
earned runs.
Shantz permitted the Yanks
only five hits in the six innings
he worked before bowing out
for a pinch hitter, but one of
them was Mickey Mantle's first
homer of the campaign in the
first inning.
The A's managed seven hits off
Raschi, who also walked six and
hit one batter. However, they left
10 runners stranded and hit into
four double plays.
THE A'S ONLY RUN came in
the second inning when Gus Zer-
nial singled, stole second and
scored when Ferris Fain singled.
When Philadelphia filled the
bases against Raschi in the eighth
on a single by Fain and two bases
on balls, Bob Kuzava came in and
retired Skeeter Kell on a fly to
Mantle for the third out.
NATS 3, RED SOX 2
BOSTON-Julio Moreno's clutch
pitching and pinch-hitter Sam
Mele's long fly to center with the
bases loaded in the eighth gave
the Washington Senators a 3-2
win over the Boston Red Sox yes-
terday at Fenway Park.
Moreno is the only pitcher to de-
feat the Sox this year and this was
his second one-run victory. He
defeated them in Washington last
week, 4-3, in 11 innings.
A RHUBARB developed in the
Six fifth over a decision by umpire
Joe Paparella that resulted in
'manager Lou Boudreau being

ejected from the game for the
first time as a Red Sox pilot.
The Sox opened the inning
with Dom Domaggio getting hit
by a pitch. Jim Piersall singled
him to second. Don Lenardt
scored Domaggio with a sharp
single to left with Piersall stop-
ping at second. Vern Stephens
advanced both runners with a
sacrifice bunt and Walt Dropo
singled to left to score Piersall.
Faye Throneberry then smashed
a line single into'right apparently
scoring Lenhardt and sending
Dropo to third.
BUT PAPARELLA ruled, on an
appeal, that Dropo had been hit
by the batted ball, and the fire-
works started.
Dropo and then Boudreau pro-
tested vehemently. Boudreau was
thumbed out of the game and
Lenhardt was ordered back to
third as Dropo was called out.
NIGHT BASEBALL
New York (N) 10, Philadelphia 4
Chicago (N) 7, Pittsburgh 1
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