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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1952

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Jlogk To Lead
Diamond Squad
Succeeds Shortstop Bruce Haynam;
Fifteen Varsity Lettermen Named
By BOB MARGOLIN les Rank, '52; Leslie Shalan, '54;
Bill Mogk, sure-fingered infield- Robert Steinberg, '53; Garabed
er, was elected by his teammates Tadian, '54; Robert Topp, '54 Ed.;
to captain next year's Michigan Robert Woschitz, '54; and James
baseball team. Young, '54.
He replaces shortstop Bruce Seven freshman numerals were
Haynam, who led the Wolverines also awarded to future varsity
to a first place tie with Illinois in prospects. These men were Jose
the Big Ten standings this spring. Correa, Robert Gordynec, Allan
Haynam, only a junior, will also Levy, Basil Nemer, John Upton,
be back next year. Horace Ward and Robert Zeff.
The wraps were put on the 1952
MOGK IS A consistent per- season when it .was announced
former and a heads-up ballplayer. that Michigan refused a bid to
His acute baseball sense is prob- compete for the District Four en-
ably what makes him the most val- try in the NCAA baseball tourna-'
uable player on the team. Since ment. Wisconsin, third place fin-
coming to Michigan he has played ishers in the Big Ten was chosen
three positions and none of them to take Michigan's place and will
were at third base where he made ,compete with Illinois, Western
a name for himself at Southeast- Michigan and Ohio University for
ern High School in Detroit. the chance to 'travel to Omaha
rf+ C .. n M a.vd .t June 10-16.

BEST IN THE WEST:
Golliday Rated'Top Big.Ten Sprinter

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(Fifth in a series of articles deal-
ing with the Western Conference out-
door track and field championships.
to be held at Ferry Field May 30-31.
.By ED SMITH
The best Big Ten sprinter since
Jesse Owens.
That's how the experts, rate
Northwestern's sensational sopho-
more, Jim Golliday.
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IN THE SINGLE short season
he has been elibigle for Con-
ference competition Golliday has
really made his mark. Last winter
he raced to victory in the Big
Ten 60-yard dash in the speedy
time of 6.2, showing his heels to
such fine sprinters as Illinois' Wil-
lie Williams and Joe Gonzalez, and
Iowa's Ivy Mgrchison.,
The fleet Wildcat is present
National AAU 100-yard dash
champ and a co-holder of the
AAU record. As a freshman he
equalled the American record of
6.1 in the sixty yard dash.
Only once in his collegiate ca-
reer has Golliday ever been beat-

en. That was two weeks ago by
Iowa's Murchison. At the time
Golliday was suffering from a sore
muscle in his back, but he still
ran a fine race forcing the hustl-
ing Hawkeye to run 9.6 to beat
him.
THE ILLINI will have a double
threat in the persons of Williams
and Gonzalez. Williams only a
sophomore'finished second behind
Golliday indoors.
Michigan will pin its hopes
on Bill Konrad. Konrad failed
to place indoors but the addi-
tional forty yards should help
him considerably.
The 220 however shapes up as a
wide open event. Last year's
champ Gonzalez is back, but he

will get stiff competition from
Michigan's Konrad and Jack Car-
roll, Iowa's Gary Scott, and team-
mate Williams.
* * *
Both Konrad and Carroll will
be running on the Wolverine mile
relay team as well in doubling in
individual events. They will be
going in the 100 and 440 respec-
tively.
Scott, a senior will do likewise.
In the- indeer meet he placed sec-
ond in the quarter-mile and an-
chored Iowa's winning mile re-
lay team.
(Next, the field events)
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Last Inning Hit
Spoils FIJI's
No-HitShutout'
A near no-hitter and a nine-
man slugfest highlighted I-M play
last night as social fraternity soft-
ball neared its conclusion.
Phi Gamma Delta pitcher Nick ,
Radel went into the bottom of the
last inning with a no-hitter in'
sight. But after two were out,
Theta Xi baseman Dave Hyma
smashed a long triple to ,rob Ra-
del of both his no-hitter and shut-
out. Hyma's blow drove in the lone
tally for the losers, as the Phi
Gams triumphed 5-1.
IN THE THIRD-PLACE play-
offs Pi Lambda Phi combined
seventeen hits and Don Kahan's
four-hit pitching to drop Delta
Kappa Epsilon 14-5. The Pi Lams
got at DKE pitcher Dick Aster for
five extra base blows, as virtually
every Pi Lam hit safely.
The third scheduled social
fraternity softball game saw the
Tau Delta Phi fraternity take
a forfeit victory from Zeta Psi.
Delta Tau Delta won over Sig-
ma Chi in horseshoes, 2-0. The win
gave the Delts the right to face
Alpha Epsilon Pi in the finals to-
day.~
IN FACULTY softball play the
English Department copped the
title with a 14-6 victory over the
Dental Materials Lab squad. Phar-
macology defeated the Institute of
Social Research, 6-5. In the third
faculty contest Romance Lan-
guage won by a forfeit over the
Air Force.
Alpha Tau Omega won over the
Muffers in independent baseball,
7-3. By virtue of this win the ATOs
go into the finals with the Jokers.

Wisconsin, Wildcats, Gophers
May Surprise in Golf Tourney

(Second in a Series)
By RUSS AIUTO
Although Purdue, Ohio State,
Iowa and Michigan appear to be
the teams to beat in the Western
Conference Championships this
Friday at Champaign, three other
Big Ten squads, Wisconsin, North-
western and Minnesota, loom as
the dark horses in the annual bat-
tle for the title.
The Badgers of Wisconsin ap-
pear to be 'the strongest of the
three squads. Newly appointed
Coach John G. Jamieson has four
lettermen back, including Captain
Curt Jacobs, who finished sixth in
individual standings in last year's
Big Ten meet. Also back are two-
time letter-winners Bill Engle and
Harry Dean.
JAMIESON replaced veteran
coach Joe Steinauer who retired.
The new Badger mentor was a
three-year letter-winner in golf
for Wisconsin, his awards coming
in 1936, '37, and '38.
Northwestern is the only team
of this darkhorse trio that the
Wolverines have faced. In this
clash the Michigan contingent
slaughtered the Wildcat six,
27-9. On this occasion Cliff
Kong and Jerry Thomas led the
way for Northwestern with
scores of 81-79-160 and 77-
79-156, respectively.
In addition to" Kong and
Thomas, Coach Sid Richardson has
Willard Anderson and Paul Snow,

both lettermen. Among the new-
comers are two promising soph-
omores, Carl Stotz and Dick
Schultz. Both of these new men
have carded scores credible of
tournament play.
* * *
THE WILDCATS appear to be
quite tame, but they may offer
real opposition before the last
entry holes out in the Western
Conference Tournament. Both
Kong and Anderson are capable
of better golf than their record in-
dicates.
The last member of the trio
is Minnesota's Gopher six.
Against Big Ten competition
thus far this season, the Goph-
ers have won one and dropped
two. The lone conference win
was over Wisconsin by the nar-
row margin of 22-20. Northwest-
ern and Iowa were the victors
in the other two contests.
Coach Les. Bolstad's, charges,
who finished eighth in the Big Terr
Meet last year, are led by Cap-
tain Dick Olivet, one of the more
consistent swingers on the squad.
Also back this year is Ted Vick-
erman, runner-up in individual
non-conference medal play last
year.
Vickerman, easily the squad's
finest golfer, has been off form
most of this season. He captured
some of his former brilliance when
he carded a very credible 73 on a
wet, muddy course against Iowa
State.

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