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SATURDAY, 'MAY 17, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Face Potent
IrishS3quad
Steve Bromherg
Will Miss Match
The Michigan tennis team will
face Notre Dame today minus the
services of co-captain Steve Brom-
berg, in a non-conference meet to
be held at South Bend.
Bromberg has been forced to
withdraw from the remaining dual
meets this season by the forth-
coming law school finals. How-
ever, he will be back in the num-
ber two slot when the Big Ten
Meet rolls around May 29-31.
** *
TO FILL the hole created by
his loss, Coach Bill Murphy has
juggled his line-up somewhat. In
the.singles matches, Al Mann will
remain at number one, but the
rest of the starting varsity squad
will move up a notch.
Mike Schwartz, the other
team co-captain, will be playing
in the second slot, Gene Barrack
in number three, and Jay Webb
and Jim Stephens will be in the
four and five slots, respectively.
The sixth position will be filled
by Jim Holtz.
In the doubles, Mann and
Schwartz have moved up from
number two to fill the first slot.
It Stephens and Bob Curhan will be
the second duo, and Barrack and
Holtz will take over number three.
* * . *
THE IRISH have an impressive
7-2 record thus far for the season,
including victories in their last
two kstraight matches. Captain
Tom Overholser is the only mem-
ber of the squad who won last
year, when Notre Dame fell before
the Wolverines, 7-2. He will prob-
ably play fourth singles and team
up with Ken Angyal in the num-
ber one doubles.
Angyal, a junior from neigh-
boring Detroit, will be playing
number one singles. Matt Truite
will be fourth singles man and
s will -team up with Maurice Reidy
in second doubles. A freshman
from Denver, Reidy will play
sixth singles.
Irish Coach Walter Langford
will also use Ray Smith in third
singles and Don Crowley in fifth.
Crowley, a sophomore, has won
11 matches this season while only
losing three for the best record on
the squad. Smith and Crowley
will be the third doubles duo.
THE WOLVERINE netters will
be out to get back on the victory
road today, after their 7-2 loss to
Michigan. State last Tuesday.
Their season's record to date
stands at 4 and 2. i
A comparison of the relative
strength of the two squads would
c show Michigan with a slight ad-
vantage. Against Northwestern,
the Wolverines had little trouble
and won easily, 7-2. Meanwhile,;
against the same Wildcat squad,
the Irish just barely edged out a
win, by a narrow 5-4 score.
The next and final home meet
for the Wolverines will be May 20
when they face the University of
Detroit squad on he Ferry Field
courts.

Corbett Wins Sixth victory;
Sabuco, Haynam Aid Cause,

By PAUL GREENBERG
The Wolverine baseball team's
6-3 win over Indiana yesterday
may not have been impressive, but
it certainly was satisfying.
By winning, the squad held its
own in .the WesternuConference
pennant chase and got some re-
venge on an old antagonist. To-
day, the team closes its 1952 home
season with a double - header
against Purdue at 1:30 p.m.
COACH RAY FISHER and Jack
Corbett, who won his sixth game,

tics, then gave up the only clean
hit of the inning to Don EaddyI
a liner over second to score Ha.y-
nam. Eaddy was tossed out on an:
attempted steal to end the inning.
In the fifth inning the Hoos-
iers got to Corbett for three
runs. After Eaddy started the
Indiana rally off by erring on a,
ball hit by Esposito, clean-up
hitter Phil Potts lived up to his
role by blasting a long home-
run out of the reach of Harring-
ton in right. ,.
Eaddy then kicked in with
another error on catcher Bill Sam-
pias' bunt, and Sampias scored on
singles by Pete Cappas and Bill
Holzbach.
CORBETT HELD Indiana to two
hits in the final three innings
while his team-mates got to Col-
nitis for two more tallies in the
eighth. In picking up his sixth tri-
umph of the season the young
right-hander yielded nine hits, two
walks and struck out six.
Gil Sabuco was the big factor in
Michigan's last two runs. Sabuco
knocked in both by singling sharp-
ly to right after the Wolverines
had loaded the bases with two
walks and an error.
Today Coach Fisher will bank
on a tandem-win by his top flight
Southpaws, junior Dick Yirkosky
and freshman Marv Wisniewski,
against the hard-hitting b u t
erratic Boilermaker team.
Corbe CAE ain!
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-Daily-Alan Reid
GIL SABUCO
. ..drives in two runs
* * $
had a sweet time beating Don Col-
nitis, huge Hoosier hight-hander.
Last year Colnitis blanked them,
5-0, and they came back in a re-
lief role to check a late-inning
Michigan rally and insure a 10-8
Indiana win the following day.
For a while yesterday it
looked as though the bespec-
tacled hurler might turn in a
repeat performance. He breezed
through the first four innings
but then in the fifth the Wol-
verines got lucky.
Jerry Harrington, back in right
field replacing Bill Billings, start-
ed things off by drawing a base on
balls. Fisher, playing for the
single run, then ordered catcher
Dick Leacg to sacrifice Harring-
ton down.{ ,
* * * .
LEACHcomplied by rapping a
hard bunt past the pitchers'
mound towards second and he
went safe for a hit. Thenwith men
on first and second, Indiana tried
a little strategy of its own. Short-
stop Sam Esposito, not figuring
the next batter pitcher Jack Cor-
bett to hit, held Harrington on
second.
But Corbett crossed things up
as he shoved a bunt down to
short and was safe, loading the
bases. Bruce Haynam the lead-
off batter then stepped up and
poked an outside pitch over the
heads of the drawn-in infield
to right field to score two runs.
Corbett and Haynam moved to
second and third on Frank How-
ell's hard-to-handle grounder and
then the Wolverine hurler caught
his mound opponent napping
through a slow motion and stole
home.
* * *
COLNITIS, WHO was obviously
rattled by Corbett's pilfering tac-

MICHIGAN

AB

Haynam, ss .... 3
Mogk, lb .. 3
Howell, cf ..... 4
Eaddy, 3b .... 3
Lepley, If ..... 2
Sabuco, 2b . ... 4
Harrington, rf 3
Leach, c.......4
Corbett, p ..... 3
TOTALS...29
INDIANA AB
McQueen, 2b .. 3
a-Lind........ 1
Pegram, cf .... 5
Esposito, ss ... 4
Potts, lb..4
b-Beres ...... 0
Lottner, lb .... 0
Sampias, c ... 3
Cappas, rf .... 4
Fleck, If....4
Holzbach, 3b . 3
c-Porter......0
Colnitis, p .....3
4-Camplese ... 1
TOTALS .....35

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0 24 0
10 2 0
1260 00
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110 1
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1 2 20
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A E
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ninth

Notre Dame.
Tracksters
HereToday
M' Heavily Favored
To Win Outdoor Meet
The Fighting Irish from Notre
Dame will provide the opposition
today as Wolverine tracksters en-
gage in their first home meet of
the outdoor season.
The affair, scheduled for 2 p.m.
at the revitalized Ferry Field
track, will be the first time the
two schools have met outdoors in
a dual meet since 1941.
* * *
MICHIGAN, with possibly the
greatest aggregation of cindermen
in its history, is heavily favored
to win, although the Irish boast
considerable strength in several
events. v
The South Benders have won
one and dropped two in outdoor
competition this spring, while
the Wolverines, in their only
previous dual meet, lost by a
narrow margin last week to a
great Illini squad.
One of today's closest races
should be the 440, where Notre
Dame's Hughes Wilcox will clash
with the Maize and Blue sopho-
more ace, Jack Carroll. Carroll,
the Big Ten Champion, has cov-
ered the distance in 48.3, while
Wilcox's fastest is 48.7, just four-
tenths of a second slower.
THE CRACK Wolverine mile
relay crew will have its work cut
out with the Irish quartet of Bob
English, Norm Feltes, Bob Wag-
ner, and Wilcox. The teams have
turned in identical times of 3:17
for their top efforts:
In both the high and low
hurdles Michigan's Van Bruner
and Wally Atchison face stiff
competition from Harvey New-
quist, a sophomore who has be-
come one of Notre Dame's most
dependable point-getters.
Other events where the Fight-
ing Irish will provide tough com-
petition are the dashes and the
pole vault. Irish Captain Paul
Ewing will hook up with Wolver-
ine Bill Konrad in the dashes.
Jim Harrington has vaulted 1l
feet, nine and three-fourths inches
this season, and another Notre
Dame teammate, Joe Springer, has
cleared over 13 feet, five inches.
.* * *
MICHIGAN mentor Don Can-
ham will, as usual, count heavily
on such stalwarts as John Ross
and Don McEwen in the mile and
two mile, respectively, Fritz Nils-
son in the shot put and discus,
and Milt Mead in the high jump.
Of special interest to fans
will be McEwen's possible as-
sault on the American two mile
record of 8:53.3, which can only
be attempted if weather condi-
tions are just right.
The Wolverine Captain and
Intercollegiate two mile record-
holder will face the terrific task,
since he will have no real compe-
tition, of setting his own pace per-
fectly if he is to break the magic
9:00 for the first time in his color-
ful career.
NAIONAL LEAGUE
Boston 8, St. Louis 3
Brooklyn 6, Pittsburgh 4
Philadelphia 3, Cincinnati 2
Chicago 3-6, New York 2-4
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 3, Detroit 2
St. Louis 2, Boston 1
Washington 2, Cleveland 0
Philadelphia at Chicago (rain)

The final spring football drill
of the year is scheduled for 9:30
this morning on Ferry Field.
The practice will consist of an
intra-squad scrimmage with plen-
ty of substituting in order to give
every candidte an adequate op-
portunity to perform.
COACH BENNIE Oosterbaan has
given a two word appraisal of the
spring drills, "Reasonable pro-
gress."
The Michigan mentor named
Ted Kress, Norm Canty and Don
Evans as the outstanding tail-
backs of the current practice.
Hard running has been the pro-
minent factor in their performan-
ces. As yet, however, there is still
no Chuck Ortmann in the corps
of tailback hopefuls.
* * *
ADDITIONAL ability at the left
halfback position in the persons
of Don Eaddy and Dan Cline will
be felt next fall, as both are pre-
sently engaged on the baseball
squad.
Today's drill should give Mich-

By DICK BUCK
As changing as the weather.
This describes Michigan link-
ster John Fraser fairly accurately.
His golf this season has been as
up and down as the unsettled life
he leads.
AGAINST Ohio State and Pur-
due in the firstconference meet
of the year, Fraser carded rounds
of 73 and 77 for medalist honors,
the 73 being the best 18-hole
total.
Fraser came through again
several weeks later in a meet
with Michig'an State at East
Lansing. He breezed around the
* * *

igan followers a good idea of
the strength at the fullback po-
sition. Fred Baer and Dick Balz-
hiser will both see plenty of ac-
tion.
Baer will probably be used on
the defense also, since he had ex-
perience on the Junior Varsity last
fall at halfback.
TWO PROMISING ends from
Flint, John Veselenak and Stan
Bounds, will be in evidence this
morning along with Leo Schlict
and Gene Knutson.
Bounds is a 6 foot 190 pound
freshman who has the size and
speed necessary to good end play
on both offense and defense.
Veselenak has also shown a good
deal of capability going both ways.
Schlict and Knutson are holdover
lettermen from last year's squad.
The Meyer Morton trophy for
the most improved player during
spring training will be awarded
after the scrimmage. The coveted
award has been given each spring
since 1925.

a-popped out for McQueen in
b-ran for Potts in eighth
c-ran for Holzbach in ninth

SCOTLAND TO ANN ARBOR:
'Gofer John Fraser Has
Mountain Climbing Hobby

Intra-Squad Test Concludes'
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d-hit into fielder's choice for Col-
nitis in ninth
INDIANA .......000 003 000-3
MICHIGAN .....000 040 02x-6
Purdue Trips
Spartans, 7-5
EAST LANSING-(P)-Two runs
scored on wild pitches in the ninth
inning gave Purdue a 7-5 win over
Michigan State in a Western Con-
ference baseball game here yes-
terday.
Roger Howard, the losing pitch-
er, wa stiring by the last inning
and let go with the wild balls to
allow first Ted Server and then
Phil Mateja to score. Server got
on base with a single and Mateja
walked.
Purdue made 14 hits off How-
ard, starting in with four two
baggers and a single in the first
inning for three runs.

ents. He has many fond memories
of Scotland, however, from his
the Scottish-born Fraser migrated
return visits.
At the age of seven Fraser
became the youngest person ever
to climb Ben Nevis, the highest
peak in the British Islese. When
he was nine he played golf on
the famous St. Andrews course.
Fraser's parents both play golf
and it was from them that he
first learned to play. His father
later became golf coach at Epis-
copal College in Pennsylvania.
S* * *
AT GERMANTOWN High School
in Philadelphia Fraser played golf,
football and track, and in his
senior year with the golf squad,
took the Pennsylvania State Jun-
ior crown.
During World War II Fraser
spent a year and a half with
the Army in Alaska and resumed
his fountain climbing "career"
with an attempt on Mt. Mc-
Kinley. "It was so cold in Alas-
ka that I don't believe there was
a golf course in the whole coun-
try," he cmomented.
A cousin, who was a Resident
Advisor in East Quad and a Mu-
sicology major, inspired Fraser to
come to Michigan. Here, he is
getting a degree in economics and
history.
Fraser's studies and golf haven't
kept him from taking time. out
fo ra stretch in the Merchant Ma-
rine and a summer driving taxi-
cabs. As far as golf goes in the
future, he says, "I guess I better
worr about getting a job first,
then see if I have time."
Midwest Sail
Ai; Whitmore
The University Sailing Club will
play host to nine schools at Whit-
more Lake as the Mid-Western
Championship Regatta begins its
two day racing schedule today.
Crews from Michigan State,
Wayne, Toledo, Illinois Institute
of Technology, Wisconsin, Purdue,
Ohio State, Ohio Wesleyan, and
Cincinnati will race the one mile
course.
*~ * *
MICHIGAN'S sailing club, usu-
ally a perrenial entry in the title
tilt, was eliminated last week, fin-
ishing fifth in the eliminations re-
gatta at Lake Lansing.
The schools grabbing the top
three positions in the regatta
will represent the Mid-West at
the National Championships to
be held at Toledo June 17, 18,
and 19.
All teams entered in the meet
won their berths by virtue of elim-
ination regattas held last weekend
at Michigan State, Northwestern,
and Ohio State.
Michigan State, Purdue and
Ohio State are expected to pace
the field in the eighteen race en-
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JOHN FRASER,
.. . unpredictable golfer
* * *
first eighteen Wvith an even par
72 and then added an 80 in the
afternoon for a 152 total to
again claim the medalist's
laurel.
In other meets Fraser has shot
rounds as high as 86 and as low
as 73.
Jokingly calling himself "the
worst putter to hit the campus in
a long time," Fraser denies that
he can rightfully be called a golfer.
IN 1929, at the age of one year,
to the nited States with his par-

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