THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Novitsky Paces Titan Sextet;
'M' Sweeps Three Matches
Ten Netmen Vie for Starting WAIT UNTIL NEXT YEAR?
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By DICK LEWIS
Lanky Dick Evans fired a
scorching one-under-par 71 to
spearhead the Wolverine golfers
to a windswept 19-8 triumph over
the University of Detroit at the
Michigan links yesterday.
Playing near-perfect golf with
soggy turf underfoot and 46 de-
gree temperatures at his back, the
Cleveland senior came home with
15 pars, two birdies and a single
bogey. The bogey was fashioned
on the very last hole.
* * *
EVANS TEAMED UP with
Michigan captain Dean Lind to
turn back Titans Tony Novitsky
and Paul Van Loozen, 72-1/2, in
the featured clash of the day.
Lind could only manage an
even split with Novitsky as both
of the number one singles en-
trants shot a 76, but Evans' red-
hot play was good enough to win
by 13 strokes over Van Loozen.
In the number three and four
slots, little Russ Johnson and John
Fraser combined for a 62-2 1/2
score over veteran Mike Andonian
and freshman Ray Conlon.
HUGH WRIGHT and Lowell Le-
Claire completed the Michigan
sweep by eking out a 5-4 decision
over Titans Don Nelson and Bill
The big match of the day was
billed as the meeting between
Lind and Novitsky, but the re-
spective team captains had to
play second fiddle to the sterling
exhibition turned in by Evans.
After parring the first hole and
narrowly missing a birdie' on the
second, Evans continued his mas-
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terful short game by caging an 8-
foot putt for a par three on the
third hole. For the entire 18 holes,
last year's captain utilized a total
of only 26 putts.
BY THE TIME Evans stepped
up to the fourth tee, he had a
three-hole advantage over Van
Loozen and the pressure was off.
So he calmly birdied the 335-yard
par four test with a non-chalant
smack at the ball which carried
four feet into the cup.
Evans continued chalking up the
pars until it took him thiee strokes
to travel 325 yards on the par four
fifteenth. He capped this birdie
effort with a 20-foot putt.
THE ONLY HOLE that bothered
Evans proved his downfall. An er-
rant drive on the eighteenth found
its way behind a clump of trees,
and Evans was forced to hit out
to the left of thegreen. Evans
made the green in three, but miss-
ed a 12-footer and had to take
Of the 18 holes in competition
with Van Loozen, Evans cap-
tured 12 and tied the other six.
Meanwhile, the number one sin-
gles contest was a knock-him-
* * *
CAPTAIN LIND, the pride of
Rockford, Illinois, carded a one-
over-par 37 on the front nine to
ST. LOUIS-R)-Bobby Cain
outpitched Bob Feller here last
night in a unique duel in which
the upstart St. Louis Browns
whipped the Cleveland Indians,
1 to 0, and took over first place
in the American League race.
Feller, like Cain, allowed only
one hit, but the safety off the
Cleveland veteran was a first-
inning triple by Bobby Young,
good for a run, whereas the on-
ly hit off Cain's delivery was a
harmless single by Luke Easter
in the fifth inning.
take a three-stroke advantage ov-
er Novitsky, who was having trou-
ble with his putts. Lind had a
three-hole advantage after the
first 3330 yards.
Novitsky pulled to'within one
hole on the unlucky thirteenth,
as Lind played bogey-man by
turning in one-over par per-
formances on the tenth, eleventh
and thirteenth holes.
After Lind stroked a birdie-two
on the fourteenth, Novitsky re-
taliated with victories on the fif-
teenth and sixteenth and the two
played even the rest of the way.
STEADY Lowell LeClair sur-
prised in the number six slot with
rounds of 38 and 37 for a three-
over-par 75. This was good enough
for a one-stroke win over Adams,
who also showed unusual strength
in the sixth position.
Positions in Playoff Tilts
Tentative Lineup Includes Mann, Smart,
Bromberg, Schwartz, Barrack and Webb
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S* * *
By NEIL BERNSTEIN
The tennis "wheel of fortune"
which will show the way to the
varsity berths is slowly coming to
a halt and Coach Bill Murphy is
now in the process of selecting
those men whose way the arrow
The net squad has been engaged
in a series of round robin tourna-
ments since the start of practice
to determine which of the ten
aspirants will get the six coveted
* * *
THE TEN HOPEFULS are Steve
Bromberg, Al Mann, Mike
Schwartz, Jack Smart, Gene Bar-
rack, Bob Curhan, Jay Webb, Jim
Stevens, Pete Paulis, and Jim
Betas Shut Out
Despite muddy grounds which
made the playing difficult for
fielders and pitchers alike, many
fine performances were turned in
yesterday in Intra-mural softball
at Ferry Field.
Although outhit 10-6 by a strong
Sigma Alpha Epsilon nine, Sigma
Alpha Mu carried its game to a
4-4 tie. A home-run by Paul Groff-
sky, believed to be one of the
longest ever hit in intramural play,
in the fifth with one man on tied
the score for the SAM's, and
necessitated a replay.
Beta Theta Pi turned back
Acacia in the only shutout of the
day, 10-0. The Beta's were sparked
by the pitching of Gordon Tar-
rant, who allowed only one hit in
Bob Hastings drove in three runs
in a losing cause, as Delta Chi was
turned back by Delta Kappa Ep-
silon, 7-4. The winners scored four
times in the first inning after two
were out and were nefr headed.
Delta Kappa Epsilon 7, Delta Chi 4
Sigma Alpha Mu 4, Sigma Alpha
Theta Delta Chi 9, Sigma Pi O (for-
Alpha Tau Omega 9, Alpha Sigma
Delta Upsilon 5, Theta Zi 3
Theta Chi 12, Zeta Psi 1
Beta Theta Pi 10, Acacia 0
Kappa Nu 10, Phi Kappa Sigma 6
As a result of the intra-squad
tourneys to date, and the spring
practice tour of the South,
Murphy has come up with a ten-
tative list of starters for the
season's opener here Saturday
However, he is the first to ad-
mit that the list is nowhere near
permanent. In fact, if weather
permits, the round robins will con-
tinue today with shifts in posi-
tion coming whenever they seem
* * *
THE TENTATIVE starting line-
up is as follows:
In the singles, Murphy plans
to start his squad in this order:
Mann, Bromberg, Schwartz,
Barrack, Webb, and Smart. In
the doubles, it is Bromberg and
Barrack, Schwartz and Mann,
and Curhan and Stevens.
Mann's name at the top of the
list comes as a surprise to most
fans, but his consistent play thus
far has put him just a shade above
Bromberg and Schwartz, the
team's co-captains. Barrack, West-
ern Conference No. 5 singles
champ, is not far behind.
* * *
THE DOUBLES TEAMS are all
new combinations this year, but
are three of the best balanced
duos seen on the Michigan courts
in the last few years.
This weekend's action will prob-
ably be one of the best indicators
of the potential worth of the
squad, and will be looked upon as
a good sign of where the Wolver-
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Wisconsin, Ohio State, and
Northwestern, who finished the
1951 Big Ten football campaign in
third, fifth, and sixth places, re-
spectively, are approaching the
spring practice drills with com-
pletely different objectives.
* * *
WISCONSIN: Ivy Williamson's
Badgers, for example, are seeking
an offensive quarterback and pass-
er to replace Johnny Coatta, their
ace for the past several seasons.
Their running attack seems
to be potentially one of the con-
ference's best. Fullback Al Am-
eche and halfback Jerry Witt,
mainstays on last year's squad,
are expected to be important
factors in making the Badgers
One-half of Coach Williamson's
34 lettermen from last year's squad
are expected to return for next
fall's competition. Strong offen-
sive line play is foreseen with the
return of guards -George O'Brien
and Clarence Stensby and tackles
Dave Suminski and Art Prchlik.
OHIO STATE: At Columbus,
Ohio Coach "Woody" Haynes will
enphasize a split "T" formation as
he tries to rebuild a team that
finished in a disappointing fifth
place last season.
The Buckeyes greatest loss
comes with the graduation of
their versatile All-American,
Vic Janowicz. OSU must also
replace its entire defensive line,
which has left the gridiron scene
via the graduation route.
Quarterback Tony Curcillo, who
holds the Big Ten one-game rec-
ord for total offense, and five reg-
ular offensive linemen from last
year will form Coach Haynes' nu-
cleus in building a new squad.
* * *
NORTHWESTERN: In Evans-
ton, Illinois, Coach Bob Voigts is
taking his Wildcats through an
extensive spring drill, trying to
mold a team which will exceed the
accomplishments of last year's
With 26 of his 41 lettermen
returning to action this season,
Coach Voigts finds that both his
defensive and offensive units
will be needing in neither depth
nor balance. His main problem
is to successfully coordinate the
experienced material on hand.
The running attack will center
around fullback Chuck Hren,
Northwestern's leading ground
gainer last year, and sophomore
Other returning regulars of the
offensive unit include ends Bill
Kuehl and Norm Krgaseth, tackles,
John Young and Ray Huizinga,
quarterback Bob Burson and half-
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