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MAY 34 1352

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

ndiana Sets Pace
n Tennis Prelims
Michigan Trails in Sixth-Place Tie;
Six Hoosiers Advance to Semi-Finals

track...
(Continued from Page 1)
two previous meetings each
won once.
* * *

has

'M' SEEKS TENTH TITLE:
Golfers Tee Off in Big Ten Meet Today

I-M BRIEFS

Special To The Daily
EVANSTON-Indiana lived up
to its role as favorites yesterday
when it shot into an early lead
over defending champion Michi-
gan State in the opening rounds
of the Big Ten Tennis Champion-
ships. ,
The Hoosiers, undefeated in
season's competition, piled up 28
points to 23 for the Spartans,
while Michigan trailed a distant
sixth, tied with Iowa at eleven
markers
* * * .
NORTHWESTERN followed the
leaders with 17 tallies, followed
by Purdue and Illinois, each gain-
ing 13. Wisconsin, with seven, and
scoreless Ohio State and Minneso-
ta bring up the rear.
The net extravaganza will
continue through today and to-
morrow, with Michigan State
and Indiana expected to extend
their two team battle for the
conference crown.
All six Hoosier singles players
advanced to today's semi-finals.
The leaders number one doubles
combination of Bob Burnham and
Eli Glazer, however, was upset by
Northwestern's Dan Baumle and
Ron Clemes in straight sets, 11-9
and 6-4.
R * +
AL MANN, playing in the num-
ber one singles slot for Michigan,
was ousted from competition by
Indiana ace Burnham.
The sharp-shooting Hoosier
had little trouble moving into
the semi-finals, dumping the
Wolverines freshman 6-2, 6-2.
Sophomore Stan Drobac, seed-
ed first in the number one sin-
Ph Sigs Take
Championship
In IlmSoftball
Phi Sigma Delta captured the
fraternity softball championship
Witha 15-13 victory over Kappa
Sigma yesterday at Ferry Field.
The winners withstood a last
inning rally by the Kappa Sigs to
hand pitcher Don Mitchell his first
loss of the year.
WITH THE Phi Sigs on top 15-
10 in the bottom of the sixth, Del
Hyde unloaded a two-out bases-
loaded triple between the outfield-
ers to knock home three tallies.
But Hyde overslid third base and
Gene Mackevich tagged him out
to end the game.
The Hermitage nine had their
witting shoes on from the out-
set. It loaded the bases in the
opening frame, but Mitchell re-
tired the next three batters to
prevent any scoring.
Kappa Sigma promptly racked
up six runs in their half of the
first on a barrage of singles and
doubles
PHI SIGMA DELTA tied the
score with six runs in the third
inning and moved out in front by
notching three more in the fourth.
Single tallies in the fifth and
sixth stanzas by the Kappa Sigs
and a five-run uprising by the
Phi Sigs in the sixth set the stage
for the final inning.
Howie Binkow, Bob Horwitch
and Mackevich sparked the at-
tack for the winners. Stu Freed-
man was the winning pitcher.
MAJOR LEAGUE RESULTS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 11, Detroit 4
New York 3, Philadelphia 2
Boston 1, WashingtonE
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia 6, New York 5
Brooklyn 7, Boston 3
Pittsburgh 4, Cincinnati 2

gles, paced five Michigan State
singles players and two doubles
entrants into today's competition.
* * *
DROBAC was forced into an
extra set to defeat the Wildcat's
Baumle in one of the day's best
matches. Drobac took the first set
6-3, but Baumle came back to
grab the next one 6-4.
Drobac set his opponent down
6-3, again, in the deciding set
to qualify for today's semi-finals.
In another close duel, Wiscon-
sin's Jim Deloy was also extended
into the third set before dumping
Ken Jones of Purdue. Deloy start-
ed slowly, dropping the opening
set 3-6, but the Badger court star
came back strong to take the next
one 7-5 and blank his foe 6-0 in
the final round.
Norman Barnes of Iowa moved
into another singles spot with an
easy win over Illinois' Bob Ben-
north, 6-3,,6-4.

NORTHWESTERN'S fleet Jim
Golliday is the odds-on favorite in
the 100-yard dash, with the prob-
able runner-up, Ivy Murchison of
Iowa, favored in the 220.
The high hurdles shape up as
another return match. Illini in-
door champ Joel McNulty still
seems to have the edge over
Wolverine Van Bruner, but
Michigan's Wally Atchison rates
a good chance for third.
Wolverine Fritz Nilsson has the
best chance of anyone to be a
double winner. He has thrown six
inches better than any of the
other shot putters and in the dis-
cuss is in a class by himself,
IN THE SHOT his competition
will be supplied by last year's
champ, Spartan Bob Carey.
Though Carey was kept out of in-
door competition by his basketball'
activity he has returned to the
track wars as good as ever.
The high jump looms as the
renewal of another keen rivalry.
Wolverine Milt Mead and Illini
Ron Mitchell have met at the pit
four times. Mead triumphed twice
to Mitchell's once and one draw.

By DICK LEWIS
Possibilities of Michigan's first
golf title since 1949 rest on the six
Wolverine swingers competing in
the Western Conference Cham-
pionships at Champaign today.
Four veterans from the 1951
squad that finished in fourth po-
sition, 15 strokes away from the
top rung, and two newcomers make
up the contingent that is seeking
the tenth crown in Maize and Blue
links history.
* * *
LEADING Coach Bert Katzen-
meyer's charges over the 6678-yard
Illinois layout is Captain Dean
Lind, eighth-ranking golfer in the
Big Ten last year.
Lind opened his third varsity
campaign in a blaze of glory as
he garnered medalist honors
against Duke and Wake Forest
on the southern spring training
junket.
Following a mid-season run of
bad luck which saw his pet driver
break in a meet against Michigan
State, the sturdy Rockford, Ill.
shooter has returned to his best
form. He carded a 72-74-146 to
lead the Wolverines to a 18V-82
win on the Champaign links.

PROBABLE number one starter
for Michigan in the 72 holes of
medal play is veteran Dick Evans,
the lanky Shaker Heights, Ohio,
senior who paced his team-mates
in three different meets.
Evans went around the Cham-
pionship course at Evanston last
season in 307 strokes, and has
carded two sub-par rounds in
competition this year.
Curly-headed John Fraser and
bespectacled Lowell LeClaire make
up the remainder of the veteran
four.
* * *
FRASER LED the Maize and
Blue to a decisive score over co-

favored Ohio State and Purdue
at Columbus with a 73-77-150 to-
tal.
LeClaire has been performing in
top-notch form throughout the
current campaign. Together with
two medalist performances, the
Ann Arbor junior recorded a sen-
sational 67 practice round on the
tough University course.
Little sophomore Russ Johnson
and bulky Hugh Wright round out
the Michigan sextet. Johnson's
most recent effort was a sparkling
74 in a rain-swept triumph over
MSC. Wright adds balance to the
Wolverine combine in his number
six slot.

FINAL IM STANDINGS
DORMITORIES
1. Hayden .....................1531
2. Hinsdale ......................1455
3. Williams ....................1438
4. Allen-Rumsey..............1322
5. Gomnberg ..................19
6. Wenley .......................1105
7. Strauss .....................1073
8. Prescott....................1013
9. Chicago ...................961
10. Greene.............. 870
INDEPENDENTS
1. Newman Club ...............107
2. Foresters....................1004
3. Hawaiians...................1003
4. Wesleyan....................812
5. Mich. Christian Fellowship .. 808
6. Roger Williams............. 732
7. Rumpots.................. 333
8. Actuaries ..,.................. 309
PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES
1. Law Club ...................1145

2. Delta Sigma Delta...........1052
3. Nu sigma Nu ................ 984
4. Phi Chi.................. 947
5. Phi Epsilon Kappa .......... 945
6. Alpha Kappa Kappa ....'.... 920
7. Phi Delta Phi ................ 865
8. Psi Omega..................805
SOCIAL FRATERNITIES
1. sigma Phi Epsilon ...........1508
2. Phi Delta Theta.............1489
3. Sigma Chi....... .......,..1465
4. Alpha Tau Omega............1414
5. Phi Gamma Delta ............1359
6. Kappa Sigma ................1352
7. Pi Lambda Phi .........+... 1230
8. Sigma Alpha Mu.............1218
9. Sigma Alpha Epsilon ........1145
10. Chi Psi ......................1139
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