TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1952
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SCHWARTZ SAYS ADIEU:
Linksters Maul Alb ion College NetterSEncounter
Titans in Home Finale
- Prescott, Hayden Nines Win
First Place PlayoffContests
* * *
A powerful Prescott nine blast-
ed their way through the quarter-
finals of the first place residence
hall playoffs yesterday, felling
Gomberg House by a 14-0 score.
In a second first place game
Hayden out hit Michigan in the
late innings to win, 10-7.
* * *
THOUGH THERE was no scor-
ing on enther side in the Prescott-
Gomberg game until the third
inning, the Prescott bats took
their toll from then on.
Marv DeWinter connected for
' a long home run and Jim Lev-
inson collected a total of four
hits, including a triple and two
doubles. Wayne Holmes, Pres-
cott twirler, meanwhile allowed
only five hits to the flounder-
ing GoMberg batsmen.
Paced by Ralph Kiefer, who had
a perfect day at the plate with
two home runs and a single, Hay-
den broke up a 7-7 tie in the sixth
inning with three runs for the win
over Michigan House.
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MICHIGAN pitcher Perry Doo-
ley hit a bases loaded homer in
the fourth and slammed a long
blast into center in the sixth
which could have tied the score.
Hayden's centerfielder, however,
made a spectacular over the head
catch to rob Dooley of another
homer, and the verdict went to
Hayden pitcher Dick Weinberg.
In the second place playoffs
Bill Trolley, Winchell House
twirler, pitched his teammates
to a two hit, 20-6 victory over
Winchell went on the rampage
in the first inning to push over
nine runs and kept adding to the
tital in successive innings. Jack
Watson and Harmon Nine both
collected four hits for the victors
while Deil Wright connected for
a home run=
* * *
ODLY ENOUGH the two hits
allowed Reeves by Trolley were
both home runs. One was by Lyle
Parr and the other by Duane
Linderman. Both came with one
Kelsey eked out a last inning
10-9 win over Anderson in the
other second place game. The
score reversed several times
during the early frames but
with the score knotted 9-9 in
the final inning, Al Berend
socked his third hit of the day
to drive in the winning run.
Art Reiss got credit for Kel-
sey's win while Don Highway took
it on the chin for Anderson. Tony
Branoff slapped Kelsey's lone
homer and Frank Wanderski
pushed in four runs with his sin-
gle and double.
WITH DAVE Randall and Dean
Richardson hitting home runs,
Chicago tallied fifteen runs in the
first three innings in their 15-8
rout of Tyler for a third place
Cooley cooled Strauss, 9-7, in
the other third place game as
Cooley pitcher Norm Keel had a
one-hitter going until the final
Other scores follow:
Huber defeated Adams (forfeit)
Alpha Sig defeated Kappa Sig (f or-
Museum 20, English 3
Psychology 17, Astronomy 4
Phi Delta Phi 3, Law Club 0)
Newman Club 3, Hawaiian 0
Pi Lams 3, Phi Delts 0
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W L Pet.
Cleveland.......... 24 11 .645
Washington....... 16 12 .571
Boston............. 17 13 .567
New York.......... 14 13 .519
St. Louis.......... 16 15 .516
Chicago............ 14 15 .483
Philadelphia....... 11 15 .423
Detroit............. 7 21 .254
M' Stops Britons, 1712=12.
LeClaire Fires Sub-Par 71
By DICK LEWIS position was Warren Gast wh
, The mudder rating of the Mich- turned in a creditable 78 for a
igan golf team jumped another easy 12-stroke win over Albio
notch yesterday as the Wolverines linkster Larry French.
sloshed to an easy 17%/2-%/2verdict
over Albion College on the rain- Gast started in place of Rock
swept University links. ford, 111. sophomore Russ John.
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer's son. The latter was on a tem-
charges romped to their eighth porary leave of absence for a
and most decisive score of the all-important blue book.
1952 campaign behind an excep- Hugh (Curly) Wright relegate
tional display of golfing under himself to the number six spot t
the sloppy weather conditions, settle an old high school rivalr
* * * with Albion's Jim Martin.
LITTLE Lowell LeClaire came sAnd Wright justified his self
home medalist with a one-under demotion with a 38-39-77 whic
par 71 which included four birdies, was just fifteen strokes bett
three bogeys and eleven pars. This than his Briton arch-rival. Th
effort was good enough to turn powerful Battle Creek junior als
back Briton Chuck Mohl who eagled the par-five ninth ho
paced the visitors with a four- with a chip shot from the side (
over-par 76. the green that spun into the cu
Shooting in the number two
s p o t , t h e b e s p e c t a c l e d L e C l a i r e s r a vr oso
scored an even par on the front LV
nine, and went around in one-
spoiled a chance for an even
better tally with a three-putt
bogey on the eighteenth and There was little change in th
last hole. Big Ten baseball standings la
Captain Dean Lind backed up weekend as rain caused cancella
LeClaire in the third position with cion of fourbleheadegames
a neat 73 that was ten strokes
better than a 44-39 effort carded gan and Purdue.
by Albion's Ron Carstens. Lind's weatherman by playing a trip
steady play gave Michigan anotherhed Sar ay irstiB
three markers in the medal cam- header Saturday, the first in B
petition Ten history. The Buckeyes wo
pt* * the morning affair as Paul Ebe
BRITON swinger Al Nichols ac- pitched a neat three-hitter for h
counted for his squad's lone half- fourth straight Big Ten triump
point by deadlocking Wolverine defeat
Dick Evans on the last nine holes HOWEVER, the league leadin
of the third singles action. Illini came back to cop both end
Evans toured the first nine of the afternoon double header t
in a par-36 swings, three strokes maintain their one game margi
better than Nichols, but the ex- over the idle Wolverines.
Maize and Blue captain soared Cancellation of the Michigan-
to an 80 on the next nine. The Purdue twin bill put a damper
Shaker Heights veteran just on Wolverine title hopes as the
managed to gain the tie when Boilermaker nine, despite a 7-5
Nichols double - bogeyed and win over Michigan State Fri-
three-putted the final green. day, is considered one, of the
weaker sisters in the league. A
Philadelphian John Fraser had double victory Saturday would
an easy time of it with a 13-stroke have vaulted Michigan into a
triumph over Jack Lewis. Fraser tie with Illinois for the league
took a 37-40-77, while Lewis re- supremacy.
corded an even 90 swings. Meanwhile, Northwestern, whic
* * * faces Michigan in Evanston Fri
A SURPRISE starter in the fifth day, showed a display of power a
By NEIL BERNSTEIN
The Michigan tennis team will
play its last home meet of the 1952
season today, when it takes on the
University of Detroit netters at
2:00 on the Ferry Field courts.
Mike Schwartz, senior and co-
zaptain of the squad, will be mak-
ing his last appearance here as
a member of the squad. The only
other man in his last year of eli-
gibility, Steve Bromberg, the other
co-captain, will not be playing
in this meet due to the forthcom-
ing Law School final exams.
* * *
THE MICHIGAN netters are
Tickets for the Big Ten track
and field championships to be
held in Ann Arbor on May 30-
31 go on sale this morning at
9 a.mi. ill the Athletic Adminis-
tration Building. Student tick-
ets, which will be good for both
days, cost one dollar. Reserved
seat tickets for Saturday are
selling at $2.40, while a general
admission ducat goes for $1.50.
hoping to find their way back onto
the victory trail with this meet.
They have dropped their last two
contests, 9-0 to Michigan State
last Tuesday and 7-2 to the Notre
Dame squad last Saturday.
The Detroit squad is primari-
ly an experienced team. Six of
the netters are in either their
Junior and senior years and have
won their letters previously for
Threemen have had two years
experience. Leading this trio is
Captain Dick Russell. Russell was
lost to the team for a good part
of last season because of an emer-
gency appendectomy, but he re-
covered in time to capture the
Central Collegiate doubles crown
with his team mate, Dick Zabor-
Boston 3, Detroit 2
Only game scheduled.
Boston at Cleveland (night)--
Scarborough (1-1) vs. Wynn (4-3).
New York at St. Louis (night)-
Sain (3-1) vs. Holcombe (0-3).
Washington at St. Louis (night)-
Marrero (3-0) vs. Byrne (3-2).
(0-2) or Kellner (3-3) vs. Trucks (1-2).
* * *
Storm y Weekend
he it collected nine extra-base blows
st Saturday in stopping Minnesota
a- twice, 12-6 and 6-2. Slugging first
n- baseman Don Blaha clouted two
n homers in the first game while
teammate Larry Dellafield added
he another in the rout.
ig THE LOSS dropped the Goph-
n ers into fifth place while North-
rt western, once in first place, climb-
is ed up a notch to sixth.
h Michigan State climbed into
a third place tie with Wiscon-
sin by taking a double header
.g from last place Indiana, 5-3 and
ds 8-2. The Hoosiers had lost to
to Michigan the day before.
n Spartan pitchers helped their
own causes immeasurably with
their potent bats. In the first
r game, Tom Lawson drove in the
winning runs with a triple and
then scored the clincher on a
- wild pitch.
Don Quayle, winning pitcher in
the nightcap, highlighted the five-
run sixth inning with a three-run
e In the only other action Satur-
day, Iowa split a twin bill with
h Wisconsin as Whitey Diehl twirl-
1- ed a four hit 5-2 victory after the
as Buckeyes had lost the opener, 7-4.
their third year of varsity play
are Tom Mayer and Bill Jeanette.
Dick Lane, Ralph Raucher, and
Bob Wood all have one -year of
Titan tennis under their belts.
Lane is primarily a singles man,
while Raucher works most com-
petently in doubles play. Wood
usually plays both alone and in
the duo matches.
Coach Bill Murphy will be start-
ing his revised singles line-up
again today, This means Al Mann,
Mike Schwartz;Gene Barrack, Jay
Webb, Jim Stephens, and Jim
Holtz will take the singles posi-
tions, in that order. The doubles
teams are not yet definitely de-
The Wolverines had a compara-
tively easy time with the Detroit
squad last year. They swept all
the matches, right down the line,
and won by a 9-0 score.
OTHER two netters in
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