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WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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HISTORY REPEATS:
Barrack Defends Net Title

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By DICK BUCK
When the Big Ten tennis tour- >.
ney opens at Illinois this weekend,x
Gene Barrack will be Michigan's "
only defending champion.
If the proverb about history re-
peating itself is true, Barrack
should tumble Michigan State's
Keith Kimble in the number fourf
spot.
The Bayonne, N. J. netter tri-
umphed in the finals of the num-
her five singles last year by down- V.. . ..b. -,63.-.T evc
ing Kimble, 2-6, 6-3, 9-7. The vic-....".. ~
tory was doubly sweet for Barrack
because he had been edged by .
Kimble in a dual meet a few weeks
before.
Earlier wins over Mike True- '
blood of Iowa, 6-4,. 6-4, and Don Photo by Jim Park
MacDowell of Indiana, 7-5, 9-7, en- .. NBARRACK
titled him to one of the finals enEisaRRACKhpuli
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Following in the same pattern, s * *
Barrack again dropped his dual however, both were playing i
meet match to Kimble this sea- number four slot this time.
son. In another close match Kim- Barrack will be playing hi
ble eked out. a 9-7, 6-4 victory, match for the Wolverines
Maglie Blanks Dodgers, 3-O,
For Ninth Triumph of Year

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weekend as he plans to transfer to
Pennsylvania next semester, where
he will enter the Dentistry School.
With one year of college eligibil-
ity left he doesn't know for sure
whether or not he'll play tennis
for Pennsylvania but thinks his
dentistry will keep him pretty
busy.
In two seasons with the Michi-
gan net contingent Barrack has
compiled 5-3, and 5-4 records be-
sides turning in an excellent job
as part of the number one and
two doubles combinations.
Barrack's brother took up tennis
at the same time that he did and
is now number one man on Cor-
nell's freshman team.
Playing since the age of ten,
Barrack sparked his Bayonne High
School team to the County title
three years in a row. At present
that team still has a string of 71
consecutive matches without a de-
feat.
Even more enviable that this
record is the fact that during three
years of high school competition,
Barrack never lost a set.
Being too busy working in the
summertime for tournament play,
he took the summer of 1949 to
compete in a number of Eastern
junior tournamehts. *
An uncle who attended the Uni-
versity of Michigan inspired Bar-
rack to come here.
Devoting almost all of his time
to studies and tennis, he takes a
little time in the winter to play
recreation league basketball.

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By The Associated Press
BROOKLYN-Sal Maglie regis-
tered his ninth straight victory
without a defeat last night as he
pitched the New York Giants to
a 3-0 four-hit victory over the
Brooklyn Dodgers..,e
(Willie Mays, who reports for in-
duction Thursday, led the Giants
to their sixth straight triumph
and their second in a rpw over
the Dodgers with a home run and
two doubles. Don Mueller also
homered off loser Ben Wade. The
victory increased the Giants' first
place lead over their interborough
rivals to a game and a half.
Big Ten Heads
Confer; Plan

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REDS 5, PIRATES 4

Grid Schedule
Big Ten football coaches and
athletic directors will meet this
morning in the Union to draft
grid schedules for 1955 and 1956
as the first order of business at
the annual Conference meetings
to run through Saturday.
Officials hope to complete the
troublesome scheduling business
by, tomorrow night.
Other meetings, all in the Un-
ion, include Joint and separate
gatherings of athletic directors
and- faculty representatives. Thq
track coaches will draw at 8:00
p.m. tomorrow to determine pair-
ings for Friday's preliminaries for
the Big Ten track and field cham-
pionships. The cinder mentors will
gather for a banquet Friday night.
Fencing, gymnastics, swimming
and wrestling coaches also will
meet Friday to draft schedules
and hash over problems.

PITTSBURGH --- Eddie Pella-
grini smashed a 14th inning home
run into the visitors bullpen to
break up a duel of relief hurlers
and give the Cincinnati Reds a
5-4 victory over the hapless Pitts-
burgh Pirates yesterday at Forbes
Field.
Frank Smith, who went in for
the Reds in the eighth got credit
for the win while Forrest Main,
who relieved for the Bucs in the
top of the 10th, took the loss.
CARDS 8, CUBS 5
CHICAGO-The St. Louis Car-
dinals outlasted the Chicago Cubs
in a six-homer slugfest, 8-5, yes-
terday as Red Bird right-hander
Gerry Staley registered his eighth
victory against two defeats.
Stan Musial, Enos Slaughter
and Hal Rice slammed homers in
the Cards' 16-hit attack. League-
leading Hank Sauer belted his
10th and Bill Serena hammered
two homers for the Cubs.
YANKS 7, SENATORS 2
NEW YORK-Yogi Berra blast-
ed two home runs and Irv Noren
hit a four-bagger with a man on
base to lead the New York Yan-
kees to a 7-2 triumph over the
Washington Senators last night.
Allie Reynolds pitched a two-
hitter for his -fifth triumph and
his eighth complete game. Connie
Marrero, seeking his fifth Wash-
ington win, lasted only six innings
and was charged with his first de-
feat.
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TIGERS 6, INDIANS I
CLEVELAND-Vic Wertz's three
run homer capped a six-run rally
in the sixth inning as the Detroit
Tigers pinned a 6-4 loss on the
Cleveland Indians last night.

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M'ajor League
Standings

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New York ..........25
Brooklyn...........23
Chicago..........2 1
Cincinnati........18 I
St. Louis ...........17
Philadelphia ........15
Boston. .........13I
Pittsburgh.........7

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 3, Brooklyn 0
Boston 4-4, Philadelphia 2-5
Cincinnati 5, Pittsburgh 4
St. Louis 8, Chicago 5
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Washington ........20 15
Boston . . ....,...20 15
New York .... .... .17 15
Chicago ............19 18
St. Louis ..........18 23,
Philadelphia .......13 18
Detroit...........10 23

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Philadelphia 7, Boston 3
Chicago 3, St. Louis 0
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