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SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1952 PAGE THREE
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Michigan Netmen Lose,
t8-, to Indiana in Opener
Stephens Garners Lone Wolverine Victory ;
Hoosier Squad Led by Glazer, Burnham

'M' Nine Defeats

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New Sports Editors Named

Penn Officials Mismeasure
Track for Four-Mile Relay

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Buckeyes Twice
Wisniewski, Corbett Star on Mound
As Wolverines Win Eighth Straight

By DICK SEWELL
A surprisingly powerful Univer-
sity of Indiana tennis team ruined
Michigan's 1952 debut with an
easy 8-1 victory on the Ferry Field
courts yesterday.
The smooth-stroking Hoosier
netters swept all three doubles
matches and copped five of the
six singles contests. Sophomore
Jim (Birdie) Stephens was Coach
Bill Murphy's only winner by vir-
ture of his convincing 6-1, 6-1
win over Indiana's Don McDowell.
In the number one singles
battle FreshmanAl Mann fell
before the hard, well placed
strokes of Indiana's veteran ace
Bob Burnham, 6-3,, 6-1. Each
player held his serve in the first
set until the eighth game when
Burnham broke through to take
a 5-3 advantage. He won handily
on his own service in the next
frame to win the set.
The second set was all Burn-
ham as the inexperienced Mann
found hiself out of position time
and, again. A large number of
short lobs by Mann repeatedly set
Burnham up for easy kills.
* * *
STEVE BROMBERG, the senior
member to the Michigan squad,
forced Indiana's Eli Glazer to the

limit before losing 4-6, 6-3, 6-4.
The Wolverine co-captain rallied
briefly in the final set, coming
from 1-3 to 4-5, but Glazer's suc-
cessful net rushes won him the
deciding game.
Michigan's other co-captain
and number three man Mike
Schwartz started fast against
Duane Gomer, winning the farst
set 6-3, but fell by the wayside
in the last two frames, 6-4 and
6-1.
Hoosier John Heronimus added
to the Indiana total with an easy
6-2, 6-2 victory over Michigan's
Gene Barrack. Bob Martin gave
the visitors their final singles tri-
umph, dropping Jay Webb 2-6,
8-6, 6-2 in a hard-fought number
five contest.
INDIANA had it all her own
way in the doubles. Only the num-
ber two doubles team of Schwartz
and Mann gave the Hoosiers any
troubles at all, forcing the Martin-
Heronimus duo to three sets be-
fore losing 1-6, 6-3, 6-3.
The number one doubles team,
Bromberg and Barrack, fell before
a withering attack by Burnham
and Glazer, 6-2, 6-0. In the num-
ber three doubles encounter
Stephens and Bob Curhan lost to
Gomer and McDowell, 6-2, 6-4.-

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Michigan took the lead with a
three run second inning and then
knocked out starter Ed Bohnslav
in the fourth. Reliefer Ron Roland
was then the victim of a five run
fifth in which the Buckeyes com-
mitted five miscues.
* * *
CORBETT, who has been some-
what sensational in his first year,
had a string of 27 scoreless imn-
ings going into yesterday's opener.
The two Ohio State runs in the
first inning, were the first he yield-
ed all year but both were un-
earned.I
It was not until the eighth inn-
ing, when Walt Fishburn homered
for the Buckeyes with nobody on
base, that Corbett relinquished an
earned run to break this string at
343 innings.
The Wolverines have now won
eight in a row and lead the Con-
ference with a 3-0 record.
The sweep over the 1951 Big Ten
champions was somewhat surpris-
ing. Yesterday's topflight pitch-
ing (no walks and only one earned
run), plus timely hitting and per-
fect fielding after the first inning
Purdue Leads
'M Invitational
Sailing Regatta
By MARTIN GAYNES
Purdue's sailing club led the
field of the Michigan Invitational
Regatta as the first half of the
two day contest ended at Whit-
more Lake yesterday.
The Boilermaker crews gar-
nered 117 points, edging Michigan
and Michigan State, who collected
1151/2 and 100 points respectively.
Purdue took the lead by virtue of
a protested seventh race when the
Wolverines, leaders up to that
point, were disqualified.
OTHER SCHOOLS entered in
the meet were Oberlin, Washing-
ton of St. Louis, Wayne, Bowling
Green, Notre Dame, Ohio State,
and Illinois Institute of Tech-
nology,
A frequently shifting wind
made the going rough for the
two man dinghys. The tricky
weather forced the judges to
reroute the one mile course
twice. Sudden calms accounted
for slow times in many races.
Skippers Mimi Kistenmacher
and Sally Moulton suffered the
only mishap of the day. The
Oberlin crew overturned in the
icy lake, and were rescued by the
crash boat. However, they quickly
fixed their boat and competed in
all races. .
Though only seven of the sched-
uled series of races were complet-
ed yesterday, officials expressed
the hope that all contests would
be completed by sundown today.
The Michigan
Crew-Cut
Try an Expertly Styled
Collegiate Crew
9 Barbers - No Waiting
The Daseola Barbers
Liberty Near State

error have put Coach Ray Fisher's
youngsters in a position that few
people would have expected them
to occupy even at this early stage
of the campaign.
Tie box score:
* * *
(First Game)

Michigan's four mile relay team
established what probably will be
a permanent record in the three
mile 1356 yard relay at the 58th
annual running of the Penn Re-
lays.
The use of a new inside track
caused confusion among the off i-
cials. The avil is slightly smaller
than the regulation quarter mile
track, so it was not till the race
got under way that officials real-
ized they had miscalculated the
starting position.
AS A RESULT each runner ran
about 101 yards short of a mile.
The Wolverine quartet romped
home the easy winner by more
than 100 yards,
Michigan's time for this rath-
er odd distance was 16:23.2 and
in addition to this win, the Wol-
verines took two seconds, two
thirds, and a fifth to add to
Friday's twin victories.
Adverse weather conditions re-
sulted in slow times in all the
events, with the runners having to

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NEW SPORTS CIIEF-Ed Whipple (center) is flanked by his
associates John Jenks (left) and Dick Sewell.
,. * *

Edson A. Whipple, '53, from
Plymouth, was chosen last night
as the new Daily Sports Editor.
At the same time, Richard H.
Sewell of Toledo, and John Jenks
of Clinton, Ind., were appointed
Associate Sports Editors.
A 20-year-old affiliate of Delta
Upsilon and Sigma Delta Chi,
Whipple is a journalism major.I

He replaces the outgoing editor,
Ted Papes.
Sewell is a 21-year-old history
major and a member of Phi Eta
Sigma, while Jenks, also 21, is
affiliated with Phi Delta Theta
and is majoring in business ad-
ministration.
The new associates replace
George Flint and James Parker.

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OHIO STATE....... 200 000
MICHIGAN......... 230 451
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slosh through a muddy track and
run into rainy winds.
* * $
FOR THE SECOND straight
week Lt. Otis Chandler represent-
ing Lockbourne Air Base topped
Roland Nilsson in the shot put.
Chandler's wining heave traveled
52 feet 11 inches. Nilsson, yester-
day's winner in the discus, came
within 3/4 of an inch of this toss,
but all that got him was a close
second.
A slippery take off held down
the high jumpers. The top jump
of 6 feet 4 inches was turned in
by Jim Gilchrist of the Quantico
Marines. Milt Mead tied for sec-
ond with four others to help the
Wolverines along. His height was
6 feet 2 inches.
The invitational 120-yard high
hurdles was won by Pete Mc-
Creary of Dartmouth. Michigan's
Van Bruner took third.
Other points were picked up by
two Wolverine relay quartets. The
two mile relay team placed third
and the mile relay team placed
fifth.

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Gannon, c ..... 2 0
Williams, p .... 2 0
TOTALS ........21 0
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The Detroit Tigers finally broke
into the win column in the 1952
American League pennant chase.
Art Houtteman, erstwhile sol-
dier, turned in a job of pitching
mastery to come within one out
of immortality before Harry
(Suitcase) Simpson of the Cleve-
land Indias slashed a single into
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teen runs against Bob Lemon, ace
right-hander of the Indians, and
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Lemon was the author of the
last no-hitter to be pitched in
Briggs Stadium on June 30, 1948.
Lemon's opponent that night was
none other than Art Houtteman.
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 13, Cleveland 0
Chicago 5, St. Louis 0
Boston at Philadelphia (rain)
New York at Washington (rain)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia 8, Boston 0
Cincinnati 9, Pittsburgh 2
Brooklyn at New York (rain)
BIG TEN BASEBALL
Illinois 12, Michigan State 1 (1st)
Michigan State 1, Illinois 0 (2id)
Indiana 5, Wisconsin 0 (1st)
Wisconsin 6, Indiana 4 (21d)
Iowa 6, Minnesota 1 (1st)
Minnesota 4, Iowa 0 (2id)
Northwestern 8, Purdue 3 (1st)
Northwestern 6, Purdue 3 (2id)

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