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JRDAY, MAY 10, 1952

THE MICMGAN DAILY

PAGE TtMEX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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* * .

Win Handily
5&0, as Rain
StopsMatch
By JAY GRANT
The Michigan tennis team wo:
its second conference victory o
the season and its third win i
succession yesterday, beating th
University of Wisconsin, 5-0.
Coach Bill Murphy's netmei
meet Illinois here at 10:30 toda,
on the Ferry Field courts.
THE WOLVERINES took all o
the singles matches and just a
r the doubles were about to star
rain came and cancelled the res
of the match. Playing under over
cast skies and against a stead
breeze, the Michigan net men ha
little trouble in gaining the win.
In the number one position Al
Mann, who is improving with
each successive match, fought
hard to take the first set from
his opponent Jim Deloye, win-
ning by a 6-4 score. In the sec-
ond set Mann found the going
easier. He took the first five
games and after losing the sixth
he won the next easily and
emerged victorious, 6-1.
S t e v e Bromberg, co-captai.
playing in the number two spot
had difficulty getting started bu
then straightened out and beat
Wisconsin's number two man Ken
Ohm by scores of 6-4, 4-6, 6-1.
* * *
THE OTHER Michigan co-cap-
tain Mike Schwartz, had one of
the easiest times of all his team.
mates although limping through-
out the match with a sore tendon
in his leg. Schwartz took his man
Bill Retelius, in two straight sets
6-1 and 6-2.
In the fourth slot Gene Bar-
rack had to go three sets be-
fore overcoming his opponent
K Bob Reagan, 6-2, 3-6, 6-2. Jay
Webb, playing number five for
the Wolverines, bad almost no
. difficulty in beating the Bad-
ger's fifth man, Bill Romero, by
identical scores of 6-1,6-1. Webb
won the last game just as the
downpour began.
The number six singles was
started but called off by the rain.
Michigan's Jim Stephens and Wis-
consin's Jr. O'Neil were in the
midst of the second set with Ste-
phens leading five games to twQ.
after having lost the first set, 6-4.
May Festival Pictures
Choral Union
and Youth Chorus
are For.Sale at
The Musie Center
$1.50

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Wolverine Nine Beaten,
6-5, by Late MSC Rally .
Squad Drops to Second Place in Big Ten;
Faces Spartans in Twin-Bill Here Today

--Daily-Jim Parker
AL MANN
. . . wins handily

Track Team
Faces Iini
In Big Meet
Special To The Daily
CHAMPAIGN - The best dual
a meet in Big Ten track history
, looms here today.
t Illinois and Michigan finished
t one-two in the Conference Indoor
1 Championships and the experts
are already guessing as to which
of these two track giants will wear
- the outdoor crown.
f* * *
. BOTH SCHOOLS have what are
- probably the strongest squads in
their history. The fighting Illini
, show fine overall strength and
balance, with an emphasis on the
shorter distances and the pole
vault.
The Wolverines' strength rests
in championship performers and
exceptional depth in the longer
distances.
Ten Big Ten indoor champions
will be performing in Memorial
Stadium today, five representing
each school.
* * *
BOTH THE MILE and two mile
record are owned by Michigan's
Captain Don McEwen. He and
Ross are capable of coming in
under the previous mark of 4:12
in the mile and if McEwen does
not extend himself too much in
the eight-furlong gallop he could
easily break his two-mile mark of
9:19.8.
In'the high jump it boils down
to a dual between Illinois' Ron
Mitchell and Michigan's Milt
Mead. Both men regularly top
Dwight Eddleman's Stadium
record 6'6".
Another great race will be the
440 where Wolverine Jack Carroll
hooks up with Cirilo McSween.
For the first time, Olympian Herb
McKenley's record will be threat-
ened.
* * *
RUNNING the opening leg on
Michigan's distance medley team,
Carroll turned in an unofficial
46.1, a tenth under the existing
mark.
In the 220 Carroll will again
match strides with McSween, but
additional competion will come
from outdoor champion Joe Gon-
zalez.
An almost sure record is in
the offing in the discus. Every
time out Roland Nilsson, Michi-
gan's gigantic Swede, has topped
the old Stadium record of 158
feet set by Wolverine Bill Wat-
son in 1939.
The half-mile ought to be a
tremendous duel between Henry
Cryer and Stacey Siders of Illinois
and John Ross and Jeff Dooley
of Michigan. Cryer was clocked
in the unofficial time of 1:50.3 for
this distance in the Drake relays,
while Siders ran a 1:52.1 in a dual
meet against Purdue last week.

By BOB MARGOLIN
EAST LANSING-Dick Yirkos-
ky literally walked himself out of
a ball game yesterday.
With the bases loaded and two
out in the bottom of the ninth,
the Michigan southpaw walked
Dick Moser to force in Corky Ghise
with the winning Michigan State
run. Previous to that, three of
Yirkosky's seven free rides crossed
the plate as the Spartans dropped
Michigan, 6-5.
THE TWO CLUBS will go at
each other twice today beginning
at 1:30 p.m. at the Ferry Field.
ball park.
It was a storybook finish for
Coach John Kobs' Spartans.
Earlier in the inning Michigan
had tied the score, 5-5, when
Dick Leach's booming double to
the left field fence 365 feet away
drove across Gil Sabuco who hadt
opened the frame with a single.
After "Yirk" set the first twot
batters down without trouble in<
the bottom of the ninth, he gave
up singles to Ghise and Ray Lanet
and then hit Bob Ciolek to load
the bases. With the stage set, he
worked Moser up to a full count
before coming in with the fatal
pitch, missing the outside corner
by three inches.

THE WOLVERINES got off to a
quick one run lead in the first
inning as Don Eaddy singled in
Bill Mogk who had stolen second,
but four runs on three hits in the
second and third frames netted
State a 4-1 margin which wasn't
threatened till the fifth.
Michigan tied it up then when
booming doubles to the left field
fence by "Yirkosky and Mogk
sparked a three run drive.
Mogk's 360 foot line drive was,
powered almost entirely by one
hand, as he played the game
with a swollen left palm.
State's fifth run came in the
fifth stanza on a walk to Ghise,
an infield hit by Chuck Mathews
and a single to left by Moser.
After that, the game settled down
to a pitcher's duel till the ninth.
The affair was played in a con-
tinual drizzle which resulted in
slippery footing for the outfielders
and several wild throws. Among
them was a wet ball that slipped,
away from the usually consistent
Bruce Haynam, resulting in a wild
throw to third and a State run.
The Box Score:'

'M' Golfers
Meet Strong
Foes Today
Once again the Michigan golf
team will meet "the team to beat"
for the conference crown as
mighty Purdue comes to the local
course with Northwestern and
always strong Ohio State.
- Heading the Purdue squad are
four lettermen, seniors Jack Hess-
ler, Dick Wibel and Norm Dunlap,
and junior Chuck Houffs, a Birm-
ingham, Michigan product.
THE BUCKEYES, though also
beaten in the triangular meet on
their home course earlier in the
season, have been coming up fast
and appear to be placing their bid
for the conference title.
The OSU sixsome is built
around last year's number three
and four men, seniors Bob And-
erson and Bob Clouse. Both men
have played a steady, depend-
able brand of golf thus far this
season.
Northwestern's contingent seems
to be the only team in this quad-
rangular meet today which gives
Katzenmeyer little worry, as the
Wildcat squad has not shown any
real strength as yet.
Playing number one for the
Wildcats is junior Willard Ander-
son, who finished thirteenth in'
the Big Ten meet last year. How-
ever, Chinese senior Cliff Kong is
highly regarded and has been
showing fine form in recent meets.
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Your Official UNIVERSITY OF
MICHIGAN RING is waiting
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Sailors Seek.
Championship
Race Berths
Sailors throughout the Midwest
will be competing this weekend for
coveted positions in the Collegiate
Dingy Championship Regatta to
be held at Whitmore Lake May 17
and 18.
Regional elimination regattas
are scheduled for East Lansing,
Evanston and Cincinnati today
and tomorrow with the three top
teams from each section earning
the right to sail at Whitmore the
following week.
MICHIGAN'S Sailing Club tra-
vels to East Lansing today to race
against Michigan State, Notre
Dame, Wayne, Bowling Green, Toy-
ledo and the University of Detroit.
Probable skippers for the Wol-
verines are veterans Don Mc-
Vittie, Bob Allen and Ray
Hoach. Crewing for them will be
John Ritter, Pete Payson, and
Lou Harndon.
The Michigan aggregation is
given a good chance to take top
honors in the regatta with chief
competition coming from the Uni-
versity of Toledo. Last year, Mi-
chigan finished fourth in the Mid-
west Championships.
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
TODAY'S GAMES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston at New York-McDermott
(1-0) vs. Morgan (1-1)
St. Louis at Cleveland-Cain (3-0)
vs. Lemon (2-2)
Washington at Philadelphia-Shea
(1-0) or Marrero (2-0) vs. Martin (0-2)
Chicago at Detroit-Dobson (3-2)
vs. Houtteman (2-3)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia at Brooklyn (2-twi-

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MICHIGAN AB
Haynam, ss ..... 5
Mogk, lb....... 5
Howell, cf....... 4
Eaddy, 3b.... 4
Harrington, rf .. 4
Lepley, if....... 4
Sabuco, 2b ..... 4
Leach, c........4
Yirkosky, p .... 4
TOTALS.......38
MICHIGAN ST AB
Zeitler, 3b...... 1
Lawrie, 3b...... 3
Ghise, ss'......3
Lane, cf........ 4
Mathews, lb ... 3
Ciolek, lb....... 0
Mosler, cf....... 4
Dilday, rf....... 4
Rivich, 2b...... 3
Bower, c........ 4
Howard, p......3

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W L Pct.
MICHIGAN ..... 5 2 .714
Wisconsin....... 5 2 .714
Illinois .........5 2 .714
Michigan State .. 4 3 .571
Minnesota ...... 3 3 .500
Ohio State ...... 3 3 .500
Northwestern ... 3 3 .500
Iowa ............2 4 .333
Indiana ........ 1 5 .167
Purdue .........1 5 .167
YESTERDAY'S GAMES

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Good hardware. Sam's Store, 122 E.
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WHITE FORMAL JACKET-Size 36-37.
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Illinois 5, Wisconsin 2
Iowa at Indiana, rain
Ohio State at Northwestern,
rain.
Minnesota at Purdue, rain

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ENDIN TONIGHT

By IVAN KAYE
(Final in Series)
With four lettermen returning
to both the quarterback and right
halfback positions next fall, Ben-
nie Oosterbaan's problems con-
cerning these spots are not unduly
pressing.
The monogram-winning quar-
terback quartet includes Ted To-
por, Duncan McDonald, Don Zan
Fagna and Bill Billings. With Zan
Fagna and Billings currently en-
gaged on Ray Fisher's diamond
crew, Topor and McDonald have.
been sharing the pilot position in
the spring grid drill.
* *~ *
TOPOR, WHOSE rugged block-
ing was a paramount factor in
much of Michigan's ground game
last fall, will be a senior and ac-
cordingly the coaching staff is
looking for some depth at quarter-
back.
McDonald is the likely choice
to carry the load. He is a deadly
accurate passer. McDonald is
most effective from the "T" for-
mation, since it allows, him to
utilize his passing and ball hand-
ling capabilities.
The only drawback to his being
a good single wing quarterback
too is his lack of blocking ability.
At 6 feet and 168 pounds, he does
not have the weight to do effective
blocking on the order of Topor.

REALIZING THIS fact, back-
field boss George Ceithaml has
been busy working the former all
state high school star on the block-
ing dummies. It is also generally
felt that an addition of ten pounds
or so wouldn't hurt the lean lad
from Flint.
The vital wingback picture is
brightened by the availability of
lettermen Tom Witherspoon,
Frank Howell, Don Oldham and
Wes Bradford.
Since one's draft status can
change phenomenally over the va-
cation, the coaching staff is not
complacent about the apparent
surplus of right halfback talent.
* * *
MOST IMPRESSIVE of all the
wingbacks currently performing on
Ferry Field is Junior Stielstra. A
6 foot 160 pounder from Ludington,
he is an exceptionally shifty open
field runner. His pass catching is
definitely of the glue-fingered
variety, while his blocking seems
passable.
Ray Kenaga of Sterling, Illinois
has also seen action both as a
signal caller and as a right half-
back. He stands 5 feet 11, weighs
170 and is a swift runner.
Mel Bernia, a promising new-
comer from Detroit, is built along
the lines of "Bump" Elliot and has
great possibilities.

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playing light
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I. ARTHUR RANK presents

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Sunday
Lovable, Laughable
""PRIDE OF
ST. LOUIS"
with
DAN DAILEY
as Dizzy Dean

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LATE SHOW
TONIGHT AT 11 P.M..
THEIR.FIRST PICTURE INI COLOR!U
TIHEIR FUNNIEST BYW FAR!

night)-Drews (0-2) and Rober
(4-1) vs. Branca (2-1) and Labine (0
New York at Boston-Hearn (2-
vs. Spahn (1-2)
Pittsburgh at Chicago-Kline (0-
vs. Rush (2-2)
Cincinnati at St. Louis (night)
Perkowski (2-1) or Hiller (3-2)v
Chambers (1-2)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 8, Detroit 5 (16 innings)
New York 7, Boston 4
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 8, St. Louis 3

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HILLEL SUPPER CLUB
at NEW HILLEL FOUNDATION, 1429 Hill Street
SUNDAY 5:30-7:30 P.M.
Kosher Delicatessen served on Patio
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Present
A LETTER TO
THREE WIVES

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