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SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Fishermen Reel

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Iowa, 10-3

ELIUIIEE

M' Tennis Squad To Meet
Wildcats at EvanstonToday

* * *

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Wolverines Lead Big Ten,
Face Gophers in Twin Bill
Yirkosky Garners Fourth Straight Win;
Howell Slams Homer To Pace Batsmen

LOST AND FOUND

Coach Bill Murphy, encouraged
by his tennis team's sound 9-0
victory over Western Michigan,
has decided to use the same lineup
ih this afternoon's contest against
Northwestern at Evanston.
Freshman Al Mann will be in
the number one singles position
and following him-in the second
And third spots, respectively, will
be co-captains Steve Bromberg
and Mike Schwartz. Rounding out
the singles lineup will be Jay Webb
in the fourth slot, Gene Barrack
the fifth position, and Jim
Stephens playing number six.
* *
IN THE DOUBLES matches
Coach Murphy will use Bromberg
and Barrack at number one,
schwartz and Mann number two,
and the third combination will be
Stephens and veteran Bob Curhan.
Northwestern, always a strong
squad, has won the Big en title
The University Golf Course
will be closed all day Saturday
due to the Intramural tourna-
ment.
--Harry Kaseberg
more times than any other
school in the Conference. This
year, with the return of four
lettermen plus several promising
sophomores, the Wildcats are
hopeful of improving their last
,year's sixth place finish in the
Big Ten race.
Playing number one for the
Wildcats opposite Mann, will be
Dan Baumle, a consistent winner

as a sophomore last year. Baumle
was ranked number one in the
junior division in 1949, and last
year ranked fourth in men's
singles.
NEWCOMER Ronald Clemes,
who has had considerable tourna-
ment experience on the Pacific
Coast, will probably play number
two singles against Bromberg.
Captain Liv Taylor, who played
number four last year, is most
likely to be Schwartz's opopnent
in the number three singles spot.
7m AF " 71 *!mot '

BRUCE IHAYNAM
. . . mastder shortstop
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IMichigan T.otters Engage ini
Links men Today at Champaign

Michigan's linksmen tee off to-
day against perhaps the weakest
competition they will face all year
when they meet the Illinois golf
squad at Champaign.
The Illini have been unimpres-
sive thus far this year, dropping
meets by lopsided scores to Purdue,
28-8, and Indiana, 26%-9/2.
Coach Ralph E. Fletcher is
depending on his number two,
three and four men from last year,
but they have shown little im-
provement over the play which
helped Illinois to ninth place in
last year's Big Ten tourney.
Certainly, Fletcher has found
no outstanding prospects to
compensate for the loss of Jerry
Flood, the top man on last year's

squad, and Bill Fassnacht, who
played in the vixth spot.

The trio of'
Cassady, and
the remaining
*

Vern Rascher, Don
Jim McKinzie are
Mlini lettermen.
* *

p

MILWAUKEE JUNIOR Cassady
was second ranhing man for Illi-
nois in the 1:951 Big Ten meet. A
steady golfers Cassady came into
the limelight in 1950, when he
took third place in the Milwau-
kee amateur medal play tourna-
ment.
An Arlingtan Heights, Ill.
product and caiptain of the team,
Rascher tea med up with Flood
to form the top best ball duo
last season. 'This year the senior
rates tops although Cassady beat
him by a stroke in the Big Ten
meet. ,
Coach Be:t Katzenmeyer plans
to go with the wi ime lineup that he
has been using in past meets.
INTRAMIRAL RESULTS
FACULT Y SOFTBALL
Public Healt1 12, English 0
Museum 14, 3? harmacology 6
Willow Run 1,Villow9, Dental Ma-
terials Lab 5
Education 16.; Institute of Social
Research 10
Zoology 13, Wk1eallurgical Lab 6
TU NNIS
Sigma Chi 2, Phi Kappa Tau 0
Hinsdale 3, JIuber 0

Special To The Daily
IOWA CITY - The Michigan
baseball squad was as hot as the
tepid weather as it rolled over
Iowa Hawkeyes ten to three.
Dick Yirkosky, Chicago junior,
went the distance for the Wolver-
ines scattering eight hits to record
his fourth straight victory for the
season,
* * *
THE MAIZE AND BLUE now
lead the Conference with four
wins against no defeats.
Al Lenski, Iowa right-hander,
was tagged for the loss as his
jittery teammates registered
eight errors, five of these mis-
Trac Quartet
Seeks Record
Michigan's four-mile relay team,
stymied in last week's attempt for
a record by rain, mud and a mis-
measured track, will try again this
afternoon in Ypsilanti.
The feature race has been added
to a dual meet between Michigan
Normal College and Miami to give
the Wolverine harriers a shot at
the new record of 17:15.9 set in
the last Drake relays by the Uni-
versity of Kansas.
The Michigan quartet will
consist of Bill Hickman, John
Moule, John Ross, and Don Mc-
Ewen.
This week Moule was substitut-
ed for Aaron Gordon on the
strength of his consistently im-
proving form.
Tuesday Moule set a new fresh-
man mile record of 4:19.9. All
members of the quartet are cap-
able of running under 4:20, and
they nust to top the Kansas team
which averaged 4:19 a man.
Competition will come from a
Michigan State B team and Nor-
mal runners.

plays being chalked up to Hawk-
eye first baseman Frank Bok.
The Maize and Blue diamond
nine will meet Minnesota today in
a double-header which will be a
key series in determining the
probable Big Ten champ. Coach
Fisher plans to start Jack Corbett
and Marv Wisniewski against the
Gophers.
*
MICHIGAN wasted no time as
it scored in the first inning. With
Captain Bruce Haynam on first
base, Coach Fisher called the hit-
and-run sign. Haynam took third
on Bill Mogk's hit into left and
raced home on a bad throw.
All was quiet for the home
team until the fourth frame,
when the Wolverines exploded
for four tallies. Frank Howell
opened the attack with a single
into right field. Don Eaddy
walked. Iowa first baseman Frank
Bok then made one of his five
errors when he misplayed a
grounder by Paul Lepley to load
the sacks for Michigan.
Three of Coach Fisher's charges
then crossed home plate as Bill
Billings walked, forcing in Howell,
and Eaddy and Lepley scored on
a fielders-choice to Sabuco and a
fly-out to. left by catcher Dick
Leech. The final tally was recorded
All those interested in La-
Cross should be at the IM
Building at 4:30 Monday for a
short meeting.
-Bud Turner
as Haynam's fly ball fell between
the outfielders to drive in Billings
from second base.
NO MORE RUNS were regis-
tered in the scoring column until
the seventh inning when the Wol-
verines scored three. Frank Howell,
speedy center-fielder, collected a
home-run as he pasted the horse-
hide down the right field line.
In the eighth the Wolverines
added two more runs because of
faulty Hawkeye fielding. Howell
reached base on an error and
Eaddy took first on a fielder's
choice. Both Michigan runners
scored on a wild throw by the
Iowa first baseman when Bok
fielded Lepley's smash and threw
over the third baseman's head.
The dormant Hawkeyes picked
up two in their half of the eighth.
The Hawkeyes notched their
third run after two were out in
the ninth. Hess walked and Brandt
doubled him home to make the
final score ten to three.

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The box score:
MICHIGAN AB
Haynam, ss .... 5
Mogk, lb....... 5
Howell, cf ......5
Eaddy, 3b....... 4
Lepley, if....... 5
Billings, rf ..... 2
a Harrington, rf 1
Sabuco, 2b ..... 3
Leach, c........ 4
Yirkosky, p .... 5
'OTALS ........39
IOWA AB
Spenger, ss ..... 4
Hess, 2b........ 4
Brandt, cf ...... 5
Lindsay, If ..... 1
Lindquist, 3b .. 4
Hilgenberg, rf .. 4
Vana, c......... 4
Bok, lb......... 4
Lenski, p....... 2
a Jensen, p .... 1
TOTALS ......33
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