WEDNESDAY, APRIL.23, 1952
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1952 PAGE THREE'
Linksmen Open Home Season Today
Spring Pigskin Drills Keep
Conference Gridmen Busy
Major League Standings
Wolverines To Meet Strong
University of Detroit Squad
(First in a series of articles deal-
ing with spring football practices at
Big Ten schools. Today's article cov-
ers the three "I's": Illinois, Indiana,
Spring football practice at all
Big Ten Conference schools is now
in full swing.
All Conference schools operate
under the 20 practice and six
chalk-talk session limitation. But
football activity must be restricted
to a total of 30 days, excluding
Two new coaches are on the Big
' Ten football scene. Forest Eva-
shevski, former Michigan great
and last year's head coach at
. Washington State College, will
make his Conference debut at
Bernie Crimnins, former Notre
Dame star and assistant coach,
' is. experiencing his first oppor-
tunity as a Big Ten head football
coach as he takes over the grid-
iron duties at Indiana.
Relatively few new names figure
in 1952 prospects since freshmen
were eligible last fall and there
is accordingly no new sophomore
crop. Military draft, which has
taken 'scattered individuals, does
not appear to be a definite factor
in pre-season predictions.
ILLINOIS: Ray Eliot, coach of
Illinois' 1951 Conference cham-
pions and victors over Stanford
in the Rose Bowl, called out bIlini
hopefuls March 28th. Twenty-four
out of 41 lettermen will return
from last season's championship
squad to form the nucleus for the
Offensively the Fighting Illini
will retain center Dan Sabino, end
Rex Smith, quarterback Tommy
O'Connell, halfback Pete Bach-
ouras, and fullback Bill Tate.
Regulars returning from the de-
fensive lineup include ends Andy
Wodziak and Cliff Waldbeser,
guard Don Ernst, tackle Bob Wed-
dell, halfbacks Stan Wallace and
Herb Neathery, and safety Al
Coach Eliot seems to have an-
other well-balanced eleven this
year. With the speed of Bachour-
as and Tate and the fine passing
of O'Connell, Eliot's big job will
be in developing offensive guards
and tackles and defensive line
INDIANA: Coach Crimmins in-
herits 26 lettermen from last year's
squad. Brightest aspect of the
Hoosier picture is the fact that the
entire '51 backfield remains intact.
With one more year of exper-
ience, quarterback Lou D'Achille,
halfbacks Bill Dozierand Earl
Fisher, and fullback Gene Ged-
man will try to better Indiana's
eighth place finish of last season.
New outstanding prospects in-
clude Florian Helinski, who did
the punting after Bob Robertson
was drafted in mid-season, half-
back Don Domenic, tackle Conney
Kimbo and end John Popka.
Crimmins plans to employ the
"T" and Split T formations which
is basically the same as the Hoos-
iers used under their former coach,
IOWA: At Iowa City, Coach
Evashevski must go on an exten-
sive rebuilding program. Only 16
of last year's 41 lettermen will be
returning to action this spring.
Greatest Hawkeye loss was Bill
Reichardt, the Big Ten's most val-
uable player during the '51 cam-
Evashevski plans to shift the
offensive attack from the "T" for-
mation to Michigan's mixed wing-
back and "T." In the single wing-
back system, George Rice is ex-
pected to figure heavily as Eva-
shevski's choice for the important
left halfback position.
W L Pct. GB
Cleveland ......7 0 1.000 -
Boston .........8 2 .800 1
St. Louis* ......5 1 .833 1%/
New York ......5 3, .625 22
Washington ....4 5 .444 4
Chicago ........3 5 .375 4%/
Philadelphia ....1 8 .111 7
Detroit .........0 9 .000 8
* Does not include yesterday's
* * *
New York 3, Philadelphia 1.
Boston 10, Washington 5
Chicago 2, Detroit 0
* * *
Cleveland at St. Louis (night)
-Feller (1-0) vs Cain (1-0).
Philadelphia at Washington
(night)-Hooper (0-0) vs John-
New York at Boston-Reynolds
(0-1) vs Kinder (0-1).
Detroit at Chicago-Trucks (0-
1) vs Dobson (1-1).
Brooklyn* .....6 1
Chicago* .......4 2
New York ......4 3
St. Louis .......3 4
Boston** .......3 5
Philadelphia ....2 6
Pittsburgh* .....2 6
Does not include
** Does not include
Only Sam Kocsis Gone from Titan, Teain
Which Defeated Michigan Twice Last Year
New York 4, Philadelphia 1
Brooklyn 2, Boston 1 (first
Cincinnati 2, St. Louis 1
B r o o k 1 y n at Philadelphia
(night)-Labine (0-0) vs Drews
Boston at New York-Conley
(0-1) vs Bowman (0-0).
St. Louis at Cincinnati-Cham-
bers (1-0) vs Blackwell (0-1).
(Only games scheduled).
* * '
By HERB NEIL
Michigan's fast improving golf-
ers meet a strong University of
Detroit squad in their opening
home encounter at the University
Golf Course this afternoon at 1:30.
After losing all three of their
southern meets during the spring
vacation, the Wolverine linksmen
bounced back to down both Ohio
State and Purdue in a triangular
meet last Saturday. The Buckeyes
The scheduled baseball game
between Michigan and the Uni-
versity of Detroit was postpon-
ed yesterday because of a heavy
rain storm that drenched the
playing field shortly before
No rescheduling of the con-
test has been made.
Wolverine mentor Ray Fisher
decided to rest his men in an-
ticipation of this weekend's
opening Conference games with
powerful Illinois and Ohio
The Illini are here Friday for
a single contest while Saturday
the Buckeyes will play a dou-
bleheader with the Wolverines.
six men who played in last week's
meet at Columbus. Captain Dean
Lind and Dick Evans will play in
the number one and number two
RUSS JOHNSON will shoot in
the number three slot, while John
Fraser, medalist last Saturday, will
hold down the number four posi-
tion. Hugh Wright and Lowell
Claire will provide Detroit with
the number five and number six
Today's meet will be match play
with only 18 holes being played.
Doubles points will thus be scored
on the basis of the same round as
the singles matches.
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Rogovin Blank Tiger
sosox, Yankees Triumph
By The Associated Press
The reeling Detroit Tigers suf-
fered their eighth straight loss
without victory yesterday in Chi-
cago as Saul Rogovin's steady
hurling and Nelson Fox's timely
hitting in the eighth gave the Chi-
cago White Sox a 2-0 decision,
Rogovin, the American League's
earned run champion last season,
notched his first triumph of the
season with a 6-hit performance.
* * *
LEFTY TED GRAY of the Tig-
ers, after allowing only two hits
in the first seven innings, was a
victim of some shaky support that
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produced two Sox runs and the
only scoring of the game in the
Fox collected three of the five
hits made off Gray, including a
scratch double in the eighth
that produced the first White
The third hit of the game off
Gray, Hector Rodriguez's single,
started Gray's downfall in the
eighth. Rogovin advanced Rodri-
guez to second with a perfect sac-
Chico Carrasquel drove a bound-
er to short near second on which
Johnny Lipon threw poorly to first
for an error. Fox then smashed
a drive down the first base line
which caromed off Don Kolloway's
glove for a two bagger, scoring
That was all the Sox needed to
YANKS 3, PHILADELPHIA 1
NEW YORK-Johnny Sain, vet-
eran curve-balling righthander,
permitted Philadelphia only three
hits yesterday, pitching the New
All those interested in becom-
ing a candidate for football
manager positions next fall
must report to practice at Fer-
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and Boilermakers were recognized
as two of the strongest teams in
* * *
DETROIT HAS gained a split
In its first two meets this season.
Playing at Chicago the Titans lost
to Northwestern, 17%/-12%, last
Saturday, and then trounced Loy-
ola University of Chicago, 24-3, on
Last season Detroit defeated
the Wolverines twice by scores
of 15-12 and 14V,-121/. The 1951
Detroit team was considered one
of the most powerful golf squads
in the school's history.
The Titans have lost only Sam
Kocsis from their 1951 squad,
which won 13 out of 16 dual meets
and placed third in the NCAA
tournament. Kocsis took medalist
honors in the NCAA meet, how-
* * *
DETROIT'S COACH, William
Joyce, hopes that co-captains Don
Nelson and Tony Novitsky will fill
the gap left by the graduation of
Kocsis. Nelson took medalist hon-
ors in Sunday's meet with Loyola
by carding a 71, while Novitsky
fired a 73.
Detroit is also banking heav-
fly on Bill Huetteman, a sopho-
more who won the University
of Detroit tourney last month.
In winning the tournament he
defeated Novitsky in the finals.
Rounding out the visitors' squad
is Mike Andonian, who shot a
72 Sunday, and two freshmen,
Ray Conlon and Bill Adams.
Michigan coach Bert Katzen-
meyer will go along with the same
St. Louis-()-Fred Saigh, own-
er of the St. Louis Cardinals base-
ball club, was indicted by a fed-
eral grand jury yesterday on
charges of evading $49,620 in in-
come taxes from 1946-1949.
York Yankees to a 3-1 triumph
and a sweep of their three-game
series with the Athletics. It was
the sixth straight loss for the
A first inning home run by
Elmer Valo prevented Sain from
achieving a shutout. The out-
fielder's four-bagger was the
only hit allowed by Sain between
the first and eighth innings,
Heinie Majeski breaking the
spell with a ground single past
third baseman Gil McDougald.
Valo got the third Philadelphia
hit on a surprise bunt down the
third base line in the ninth.
McDougald pased the Yankees'
eight-hit attack against loser
Morrie Martin and Dick Fowler
with a double and two singles. His
one-bagger in the second drove
in the first two Yankee runs. The
Yanks iced the game with another
run in the eighth.
Sain retired 20 men in succes-
sion following Valo's circuit clout
until he walked Ferris Fain to
open the eighth.
RED SOX 10, SENATORS 5
BOSTON-Backed by a 14-hit
attack that included three homers,
rookie southpaw Bill Henry yester-
day hurled the Boston Red Sox
to a 10-5 victory over the Wash-
ington Senators with a nine-hit
performance. Henry made his
major league debut with a victory
in Washington last week.
The Sockers gave Henry a fine
sendoff with a three-run first in-
ning. Dom Dimaggio opened it by
homering off starter and loser Joe
Haynes. Walt Dropo clouted a
three-run four bagger in the sixth,
when the Sockers tallied a half-
dozen times. Don Lenhardt hit for
the circuit against Sandy Consue-
gra, the third Washington flinger
to see action, in the eighth.
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