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L Y, MAY 14, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan
'111' Triumphs in 13 Inning
Marathon OverUD, 17-13
Fisher Uses Five Pitchers; Haynam Leads
Twenty-three Hit Attack with Five Safeties

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* * *

Spartan Netmen Trounce
Wolverines Handily, 9-0

By DAN FOGEL
In the middle of the baseball
season the Michigan diamond
squad turned in a football score
as it outlasted the University- of
Detroit 17-13 in thirteen innings
yesterday.
Registering seven runs in the
top half of the thirteenth inning
the Wolverines finally managed
to stay ahead and end the three-
and-one-quarter hour marathon.

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RETURN MATCH:
Wolverine Golfers Face Detroit Today

GARBI TADIAN, the last of five
Wolverine pitchers, chalked up his
first win of the season as Coach
Ray Fisher emptied the bench us-
ing fifteen players. Bob Hack-
stadt, who relieved Ken Blizzard
in the twelfth frame, was tagged
with the loss.
The hitters had a field day as
the Maize and Blue batsmen
shelled four Titan hurlers for
23 hits, while Michigan's five
pitchers yielded 18 base-knocks.
The Wolverines opened the
scoring in the first ining with
three runs when short-stop Bruce
Haynam singled and scored on a
triple by first baseman Bill Mogk.
Frank Howell, powerful center-

fielder, then blasted a home run
between the outfielders to end
Michigan's first frame scoring.
* * *
THE TITANS came back with
one counter in their half of the
first as Jerry Olesko doubled and
Krol singled him home.
Michigan sent one more run
across the plate in the second
when catcher Dick Leech walked
and advanced to third on a
sacrifice and a fielder's-choice.
He scored when Mogk was
thrown out at first by the Titan
third-baseman.
U of D came storming back
scoring two runs in the fourth and
four tallies in the sixth inning to
forge ahead 7-4.
COACH FISHER'S charges
notched one run in the eighth
but University of Detroit nine
chalked up. two runs in its half
of the eighth.
Behind four runs going. into
their half of the ninth Michigan
rose to the occasion and tied up
the game with four runs.
Both teams went along without
scoring until. the twelfth inning
when each side registered one run.
In the top half of the thirteenth
the Wolverines ended the slugfest
with seven tallies on seven hits.
Thel Titans sent three men
across in a futile attempt to come
from behind, as darkness closed
in on the weary players and spec-
tators.
The box score follows:
MICHIGAN

Cards, Reds
Trade Four
YBallplayers
NEW YORK-(AP)--Major Lea-
gue Clubs continued to do busi-
ness at a brisk pace today in an
effort to pare down to the re-
quired 25-player limit bymidnight
tomorrow, May 14.
In an 11th hour deal, the St.
Louis Cardinals and Cincinnati
Reds completed a two-for-two
player exchange that figures to
help both clubs.
The Reds shipped outfielder
Dick Sisler and shortstop Virgil
Stallcup to the Cards in exchange
for outfielder Wally Westlake and
third baseman Eddie Kazak. No
cash was involved.
The Cards. also optioned first
baseman Steve Bilko to their Ro-
chester farm in the International
League subject to 24-hour recall.
That left the Redbirds with 26
players, one over the limit.
Washington got down to the
limit by selling utility outfielder
Sherry Robertson, a nephew of
owner Clark Griffith, to the Phila-
delphia Athletics.

BRUCE HAYNAM
. . . wields big stick
Four Teams
'Reach TM
Semifinals
High scoring and high winds
were prevalent yesterday as four
IM softball playoff games were
played at Ferry Field.
In the quarter finals of the
second place playoffs, Tau Kappa
Epsilon edged Sigma Nu, 7-4, in
the afternoon's lowest scoring
contest.
The TKE team was led by their
pitcher Gene Grace who was
credited with the victory. The
Sigma Nus had the bases loaded
with no out in the fifth inning
but failed to score as Grace
pitched masterfully getting the
next three men without any
damage.
Phi Gamma Delta rolled up the
day's biggest score by soundly
walloping Phi Kappa Tau by a
score of 20-7. The Phi Gams ham-
mered out seven home runs and
gave their pitcher, Nick Radell,
tremendous support at the plate.
In the thirdplace playoff games
two teams advanced to the semi-
final round. Lambda Chi Alpha
moved up a notch by trouncing
Alpha Delta Phi, 17-6. ElliotBurd
pitched and batted his team to
victory.
Aside from hurling the entire
game, Burd hit a long home run.
Homers were also hit by Don
Good and Pete Vestevich.
Phi Kappa Sigma mauled Phi
Sigma Kappa by a 16-3 score and
thus moved up to the semis. Bob
Hurley, the winner's pitcher,
hurled the best game of the day
allowing the Phi Sigs but three
hits. His team supported him with
a barrage of hits, two of which
were home runs hits by Les Nel-
son and Nathan Kanous.
The first place playoff game be-
tween Beta Theta Pi and Phi
Delta Theta was postponed until
today.

Special To The Daily
LANSING -A powerful Michi-
gan State tennis team soundly
ended Michigan's string of net
victories by trouncing the Wol-
verines, 9-0, yesterday at East
Lansing.
Playing against a strong wind
throughout the match the Michi-
gan netters were able to take but
two sets all afternoon. Jay Webb,
playing in the number five posi-
tion, was the only singles player
to take a set for the Wolverines.
Webb forced his opponent, Rich-
ard Roberts, to the limit but lost
out by scores of 6-2, 4-6, 6-0.
IN THE OTHER singles fresh-
man Al Mann, playing number
one, proved no easy opponent for
State's sophomore sensation Stan
Drobac. Mann was within two
points of taking the first set but
lost out finally, 7-5. In the second
set Drobac had a little less trouble
with the lad from Grosse Point
winning easily by a 6-3 score.
Both Michigan co-captains,
Steve Bromberg and Mike
Schwartz, lost decisively to their
opponents from up north. In
the number two singles Brom-
berg lost by scores of 6-1 and
6-3 to the Spartan's Thomas
Belton, a twenty four year old
junior.
Schwartz took but four games
in two sets from Michigan State's
number three man Captain John
Sahratian. Sahratian won handily
by identical scores of 6-2, 6-2.
IN A CONTINUATION of an'
old rivalry, State's Keith Kimble
edged the Michigan number four
Any student interested in be-1
coming a varsity track mana-
ger please report to Ferry Field
some afternoon this week.
-Jack Kinnel
man Gene Barrack in two straight,
hotly contested sets, 9-7, 6-4.
Kimble and Barrack have
been keen rivals for many years.
Kimble lost to Barrack in the
finals of the Big Ten number
five singles last year and had.
some revenge yesterday..
Jim Stephens, who had been
tho only undefeated Wolverine'
netman until yesterday, lost to*
the Green and White's sixth man,
Richard Rieger, by twin scores of
6-3, 6-3.
. * *
IN THE DOUBLES the Wolver-
ines found the going equally diffi-
cult. The number two Michigan
duo of Mann and Schwartz offered
State its only serious threat.
The Wolverine combination
forced the Spartan twosome,
Sahratian and Kimble, to the
full three sets, eventually losing
out by scores of 6-4, 5-7, 6-3.

Michigan State had its easiest
time of the afternoon in the num-
ber one doubles. The State duo
of Drobac and Belton lost but one
game to the Wolverine top dou-
bles combination of Bromberg and
Barrack, winning out 6-0, 6-1.
The Spartans gathered their
final point in the number three
doubles as Roberts and sophomore
Jim Pore teamed up to romp over
Michigan's Stephens and Bob Cur-
han 6-1, 6-1.
The loss gives the Wolverines a
conference record of three wins
and two defeats, while State, last
year's defending champion, has
lost but once in the Big Ten this
year.
Michigan's next match will be
this Saturday when they journey

Still nursing the wounds which
they received from the clubs of
Purdue and Ohio State linksmen
last Saturday, the Michigan sex-
tet is looking forward to its match
with University of Detroit this
afternoon at Red Run Golf Course
in Detroit.
After having their winning
streakrstopped at five, the Wol-
verine squad is eager to rebound
from its worst outing of the sea-
son to their second conquest of
the Titans this semester.
IN THE previous meeting be-
tween the clubs the Wolverines
turned back their Motor City
opponents by the score of 19-8.
Dick Evans toured a soggy Uni-
versity of Michigan course with a
sizzling one-under-par 71 to lead
the team to its April victory.
The lanky Cleveland senior
appeared to be ready for the
return engagement as he again
led his teammates with a 75-
75-150 in the quadrangular meet
Saturday, after equaling the
Illinois course record with one-
under-par 71 the week before.
However, most of the others
boys were off form in their double
loss, causing Coach Bert Katzen-
meyer to hope that his charges re-
turn to winning ways.
THE UNIVERSITY of Detroit
golf squad has not fared as well
this year as they -did last year.
Sam Kocsis, who graduated, paced
the team to a 13-3 season and a
second place in the rough Missouri
Valley Conference tournament.
Including the loss to Michi-

DICK EVANS
. . . Titan tamer

gan, the Titan six has lost all
five of its matches played
against Big Ten opposition.

to South Bend, Indiana, to
Notre Dame.

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BIG TEN BASEBALL

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Illinois ... 7
MICHIGAN.. 6
Wisconsin ... 6
Minnesota .. 5
Michigan St.. 5
Ohio State .. 4
Northwestern 3
Purdue ...... 3
Iowa ....... 2
Indiana ..... 1

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Ensian distribution
is less than
one week away!

Major League Standings

NATIONAL LEAGUE

AMERICAN LEAGUE

W L
New York ....16 5
Brooklyn ....15 6
Chicago ...,.14 10
Cincinnati ..14 10
St. Louis ... .11 14
Philadelphia . 9 13
Boston.......9 14
Pittsburgh .. 5 21

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.762
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.391
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Washington ..14 8
Boston ......14 10
St. Louis .....12 13
Chicago .....12 13
New York ...11 12
Philadelphia . 9 13
Detroit.......5 18

Pct.
.692
.636
.583
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.480
.478
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Name & Pos. AB
Haynam, ss ... 8
Pavachevich, lb 3
Mogk, lb....... 3
Howell, cf ... 7
Eaddy, 3b......7
Fancher, rf ... 4
Cline, rf........ 3
Harrington, rf .. 3
Lepley, If .......7
Sabuco, 2b ... S
Peck, c ........ 4
Leach, c....... 3
Heath, p.......2
Kinstie, p ..3
Tadian, p ..«... 3
TOTALS .......68
UNIVERSITY C
Name & Pos AB
Olesko, 2b.....7
Handloser, ss .. 7
Dietz, cf.......S
Krol, 3b........ 7
.Juif, if ...... 8
Jungwirth, lb . 8
Moore, rf.......S
McLaughlin, e . 6
Hughes, p .
Blizzard, p ...1
Hackstadt, p ... 0
Cipparone, p ... 1
TOTALS.......64
MICHIGAN 310 000 a
DETROIT 100 204 0

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 7, Cincinnati 4
Boston 3, Pittsburgh 1
Brooklyn 14, St. Louis 8
Philadelphia 6, Chicago 0
TODAY'S GAMES
Cincinnati at New York-Hiller
(3-2) or Raffensberger (4-2) vs.
Jansen (2-0)g
St. Louis at Brooklyn-Staley
(5-1) vs. Van Cuyk (3-1)
Chicago at Philadelphia-Kelly
(1-2) vs. Meyer (0-4) or Simmons
(1-1)
Pittsburgh at Boston-Dickson
(1-4) vs. Surkont (1-1) or Wilson

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleyeland 10, New York 6
Washington 4, Detroit 3
Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 1
Chicago 5, Boston 0

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TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Cleveland (night)
-Lopat (1-2) vs. Feller (3-1)
Washington at Detroit--Hudson
(2-1) vs. Trucks (0-2)
Boston at Chicago --- Scarbor-
ough (0-1) vs. Rogovin (2-1)
Philadelphia at St. Louis (night)
-Hooper (0-2) vs. Bearden (0-0)

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