T, MAY 24, 1952
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thinclads Face Iotc
Wildcat Squads To
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With an eye to next week's Big
Ten Championships, Don Can-
ham's Wolverine thinclads will
take on the.Wildcats of North-
western and the Hawkeyes of
Iowa in a triangular meet at
The Conference's three top two
milers will take to the track in
that event. The burden of setting
pace should go to Wolverine cap-
tain Don McEwen, but he will get
stiff competition from Hawkeye
Rich Ferguson and Michigan's Bill
* * *
IN THE CONFERENCE indoor
meet Ferguson finished second be-
hind the flying Scot. Later on in
the indoor campaign the hustling
Hawkeye gave McEwen quite a
scare, finishing close on his heels
Both McEwen and Ferguson
will be out to get the 5000 meter
berth on the Canadian Olympic
The 100-yard dash boils down
to a duel between Northwestern's
Jim Golliday and Iowa's Ivy Mur-
chison. Golliday is the Conference
60-yard dash king.
MURCHISON is the only col-
legian ever to defeat the Wild-
cat speedster. He 'did so two weeks
ago in a dual meet, when Golliday
was bothered by a bad back. Mur-
chison's time was a speedy 9.6 as
compared with Golliday's 9.7.
Though Michigan's gigantic
A'. Fritz Nilsson is in a class by
himself among the Conference
discus throwers, two other fine
tossers of the metal platter,
Clyde Gardner of Iowa and Roy
PeIla of Michigan will show
Nilsson should have no trouble
with competition coming again
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from Gardener and
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IN THE MILE run
John Ross and Haw
Wheeler will match stri
honors. Riss is the Big T
while Wheeler finished
hind him and McEwen-
The 880-yard run loo
easy outing for Wheeler
not attempt a double an
verines had to scratc
Jacobi due to a foot in
The quartet-mile run
a battle between Michig
Carroll and Iowa's Ga
who finished one-two in
The mile relay will
end with a duel between
two men as both runa
their quartets. The race
decide the meet.
M' Nine Idle
a As Gophers
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By BOB MARGOLIN
Michigan's baseball team slid
into undisputed possession of the
Western Conference leadership
last night for the firt time this
Wet grounds at Evanston saved
. the Wolverines from facing the
heavy Northwestern bats while
.. . Minnesota and its top flight soph-
omore hurler, Paul Giel, took the
measure of Illinois, 5-1.
* * * . . . '
. THE LOSS dropped Illinois in-
to, second place, eght percentage
points behind the idle Wolverines.
Today is the last playing date
)N on the Big Ten schedule and a
double win over Wisconsin will
clinch the pennant for Ray Fish-
er's crew, regardless of how the
teammate other squads perform.
If Michigan hasn't become stale
Wolverine from its eight day enforced layoff
keye Ted -the Wolverines have played sec-
des for the ond fiddle to the weatherman in
en champ, their last three attempts to play
third be- a ball game-it will field its
indoors. strongest team of the season
ks like an against the Badgers at Madison
. Ross will this afternoon.
d the Wol-
h George PHYSICALLY, the squad is
jury, back in good shape. Don Eaddy is
should be completely recovered from his an-
an's Jack kle injury and Bill Mogk is back
ary Scott, in condition after injuring his
the Con- right hand
What is more important is
probably that Coach Fisher will have a
the same fresh mound staff. Because of
anchor 9n yesterday's rained out tilt he
may well will have his choice of three top
flight hurlers to start two games.
The other can be used as a re-
lief pitcher, something Fisher
ants hadn't had all year.
All three first line throwers
ping looked good in practice this week.
Dick Yirkosky, who blew a game
to Michigan State his last time
Aing .236 out, looked especially sharp.
trom Tu A twin loss to the Badgers could
the deal sink the Wolverines to as low as
fourth position in the final stand-
ch won 15 ings. This would be dependent on
the Phils Illinois and Minnesota sweeping
two games from Iowa and Mich-
igan State, respectively, an un-
in fifth likely occurence.
engthened Iowa claimed a victory from
rounding Ohio State, 5-1, yesterday at Col-
k pitcher, umbus, while the Spartans lost a
s now has close 5-4 decision to Wisconsin at
)red shut- Madison.
Netmen Travel to Ohio
For Last Dual Encounter
The Michigan tennis team will
wind up its dual meet schedule
today, when it journeys down to
Columbus to take on the Ohio
State net squad.
This will be the last competition
the Wolverines will face before the
Big Ten Finals, to be held at Evan-
ston, May 29-31.
* * *
RAIN HAS hampered most of
the team practice this week. Tues-
day, a meet with Detroit had to be
called off in the middle, and since
then the only good practice ses-
sion was held Wednesday, wet
weather halting practice both
Thursday and yesterday.
On the basis of comparative
records, the Wolverine squad
seems to be favored to take this
meet easily. A good example is
the showing of both teams
Coach Bill Murphy's Maize and
Blue net squad had little trouble
At South Quad
Gomberg House was awarded
the South Quad Athletic Cham-
pionship Thursday night at the
first South Quad Athletic Din-
Thomas Hetman, Athletic chair-
man for Gomberg House, accepted
the award in behalf of his house.
The trophy, which was awarded
for compiling the most points of
all South Quad houses, was pre-
sented by Mrs. Slater, in remem-
brance of her husband.
Besides winning the Quad
Championship, Gomberg House al-
so walked off with the only Resi-
dence Hall Intramural Champion-
ship brought home by a South
Quad team. Gomberg men are
thanking their golfers for this
feat. Blair Munns, Jerry Ander-
son, Frank Cesarano, and Gordon
Keyser were the golfers responsible
with their combined score of 371.
Earl Riskey, head of the intra-
mural program, said a few words
on plans for improving the intra-
mural program next year.-
Rod Grambeau cited the top
athlete of each house. No Quad
Athlete was chosen due to the
fact that three houses have only
been open for one semester. This
made difficult a selection. The too
athletes of each house were Bob
Szczarba, Huber House; Jack
Richardson, Gomberg House; Al
Berend, Kelsey House; Jack
Scruggs, Taylor House.
against the Illini, downing them
convincingly, 7 to 2. However, the
Buckeye netters were trounced by
Illinois, 8 to 1. In the Big Ten
Meet last year, the Wolverines
finished second, while Ohio State
came in a poor tenth, with no
points at all.
HOWEVER, C o a c h Herman
Werthwein's Buckeye squad is
primed for this match.
The Ohio State starters will
be co-captain Richard Slager at
number one singles, Keith Han-
lon at number two, Gill Miller
at three, and the other Buckeye
co-captain, Jerry Schiff, who
will play number four. Jim Slag-
er and George Whittacker will
take the five and six slots, re-
The doubles teams will be Dick
Slager and Schiff in number one,
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Dodgers Beat Phils 5-I; Gi
Win Behind Maglie's Pite]
By ROD COOKt
A sizzling two team race is de-
veloping in the National League
as the Brooklyn Dodgers kept
their half-game lead on the
Giants for the third straight day.
It works out to a struggle be-
tween the Bums' blazing infield
and the Giants' equally fine
* . .
BROOKLYN catcher Roy Cam-
panella pounded out two home
runs, one with the bases loaded,
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they walloped the Philadelphia
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Giant pitcher Sal Maglie,
5won his eighth straight victory
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Miller and Herb Jones, the second
duo, and Jim Slager and Whit-
tacker in the third slot.
". * *
THIS WILL also be the last meet
this season for the Buckeyes.
Coach Murphy will use the
same singles line-up for today
that he has been using since
Steve Bromberg dropped out of
the dual matches, and the only
change that will be made for
the meet will be in the doubles.
Here, Al Mann and Mike
Schwartz will be the number one
du t, as usual. However, there will
be a slight revision in the number
* * *
BOB PALEY, a Glencoe, Ill.,
freshman, will be playing at num-
ber two, along with Jim 'Birdie'
Stephens. This will be the first
Varsity meet for Paley.
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since 1951, when he and
teammates turned back
Boston Braves, 5-3.
In winning eight games
year, Maglie has allowed
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rently seven games behind in
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Johnny Wyrostek and pitcher
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Though the Cleveland Indians
are forging steadily ahead in the
National League, the upstart Sen-
ators are trailing jauntily only
two games in the rear.
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the Yankees because two of their
men, Jackie Jensen and Spec
Shea, are bringing joy to the
heart of Bucky "Barris.
The University Sailing Club
journeys up to Grand Rapids to-
day to compete in the Big Ten
regatta held this,Saturday and
Sunday at the Grand Rapids
Co-sponsored by Michigan State
and the Grand Rapids club, the
meet is the first in which only
Big Ten schools are entered.
Crews from Ohio State, Pur-
due, Indiana, and Northewstern
round out the slate. Strongest
competition for the Wolverine
sailors is expected to come from
Purdue and Michigan State, who
finished one-two in last week's
Mid-West Championship Regatta.
Skippers Pete Payson and Bob
Allen will head the Michigan con-
tingent, sailing in B and A divi-
sion respectively. Allen has al-
ready garnered Individual skip-
pers honors once this year, turn-
ing the trick in the Michigan In-
vitational Regatta at Whitmore
The contest will mark the en-
trance of a new type dinghy to
When the Michigan golf squad
blasted its way to a 171/2-1 win
over Albion College last Monday,
it undoubtedly was thinking of its
match today with Michigan State
College at the University links.
THE WOLVERINE linksmen
would like nothing better than to
continue their supremacy over the
visitors from East Lansing. In a
previous match at East Lansing
on May 6, the Michigan squad had
the inevitable bad day and the
Spartans escaped with a 16-11
The Spartans had a difficult
time with Katzenmeyer's crew
last year also, going down to de-
feat twice by the scores of 241/-
112 and 29%-6/.
Captain Dean Lind and asso-
ciates are hopeful that the weather
will permit them to show the vis-
itors why the Michigan squad is
rated one of the top in the Big
Ten. The team will be seeking its
ninth victory of the season and
to make it four in a row over the
* * *
IT WAS Lowell LeClaire who
took medalist honors against State
in the May 6match, and from
the way he shot against Albion
he will give State something to
think about. Lowell paced the
Michigan squad against Albion by
shooting a one-under par 71.
Dean Lind also was thinking
about today's match as he
warmed up with a one over par
73 against the Albion link squad.
#, W L Pct. GB
Brooklyn ........22 7 .759
New York ..........22 8 .733 '
Chicago ....:.......17 15 .531 6/2
Cincinnati ..........16 15 .516 7
Philadelphia ........14 16 .467 81/2
St. Louis ............15 18 .455 9
Boston .,............12 17 .414 10
Pittsburgh ......... 6 28 .176 18 4
Brooklyn 5, Philadelphia 1
New York 5, Boston 3
Cincinnati 2, St. Louis 1
Pittsburgh 6, Chicago 5
Wv L Pct. GB
Cleveland ..........22 12 .647
Washington ........18 13 .581 2%
Boston.............18 14 .563 3
New York .. .......16 13 .552 3
St. Louis ..........17 18 .486 512
6hicago ............14 18 .438 7
1 Philadelphia ........11 16 .407 714
tDetroit .............9 21 .300 11
Cleveland 6, St. Louis 3
Detroit 9, Chicago 2
BIG TEN STANDINGS
The State squad knows what to
expect from Dean, however, as
he defeated Spartan captain
Jack Zinn in their previous
The lone par round of the pre-
vious match between the two rival
schools was shot by senior John
Fraser. Fraser fired his par 72 in
the morning round and then came
back with an 80 to defeat the
Spartan Bill Albright by ten
Hugh Wright shot an 84 in the
previous meet to break even with
State's Hale Ward. He then com-
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bined with LeClaire to tie in the
doubles action. Hugh should add
more points to the Michigan total
today, as he tuned up with a 77
against the Albion squad.
Russ Johnson is expected to be
back in action after missing the
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