WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1953
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Phi Belts Snare
Phi Gains, Sigma Chi Finish
In Deadlock for Second Spot
BATTLE OF GOLF CHAMPIONS:
Carolina First Foe on'N' Southern Trip
TRAVEL SQUAD NAMED:
Spring Baseball Drills
Change to Ferry Field
By DAVE BAAD
After over a month of practic-
ing within the confines of Yost
Field House, Michigan's Big Ten
baseball champions moved into
Ferry Field yesterday for their
first full scale outside practice of
Coach Ray Fisher immediately
sent his charges into intrasquad
action and although they didn't
play an organized contest, the
players secured an hour's taste
of game conditions.
* * *
DICK YIRKOSKY, a senior re-
turnee from last year's squad did
most of the pitching for the reg-
All candidates for spring foot-
ball practice should draw their
equipment this week at Yost
Field House for the opening
of practice immediately after
spring vacation Monday, April
ulars, with letterman Dick Leach
behind the plate.
Captain Bill Mogk was sta-
tioned at first, with Gig Sabuco,
Bruce Haynam, and Don Eaddy
rounding out the inner defense.
This quartet, one of the best
fielding infield combinations in
college baseball, is a cinch to
start regularly for the Wolver-
ines this season.
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Paul Lepley, the top Michigan
hitter last year with a .343 mark,
played left field and Frank Howell
ably patrolled the middle garden.
DAN CLINE, a fleet refugee
from the football team, played
right field. Cline didn't win a let-
ter last year but his hitting this
spring has made him one of the
leading candidates for the right
Bill Billings, who smashed out
two clean hits during the course
of the workout, is also a leading
competitor for the job.
Fisher yesterday named the
players who will leave this Fri-
day for the annual spring train-
ing trip through the South.
HE WILL take 18 men includ-
ing six pitchers, two catchers, four
infielders and six outfielders.
The pitchers are Jack Corbett,
Marv Wisniewski, Ralph Fagg,
Jack Ritter, Bob Carpenter, and
Yirkosky. The two catchers will
be Ray Pavichevich and Leach.
Infielders Eaddy, Haynam, Sa-
buco and Mokg, and outfielders
Paul Fancher, Jerry Harrington,
Cline, Billings, Lepley, and Howell
complete the traveling squad.
The team won't return until
after spring vacation when Mich-
igan opens the regular season with
a home contest against Notre
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In Cup Playoff
By the Associated Press
BOSTON-With Jack McIntyre
and Ed Stanford each scoring
twice, Boston's surprising Bruins
continued their shock treatment of
the Detroit Red Wings by defeat-
ing those National Hockey League
champions, 6-2, last night in the
* * *
CHICAGO-Vic Lynn made his
first goal of the season the win-
ning point last night as the Chi-
cago Blackhawks beat the Mon-
treal Canadiens, 3-1.
By JACK HORWITZ
Led by Ted Kress, Phi Delta
Theta romped to the team cham-
pionship in the I-M fraternity
track meet, scoring 20 points to
12 for Sigma Chi and Phi Gam-
ma Delta who tied for second.
Kress, Michigan grid star, won
the 60 yard dash and tied for the
lead in the high jump. Doug
Lawrence finished first in the pole
vault with a vault of 11 feet and
Tom Edwards took the 440 yard
dash to give the Phi Delts the
* * *
JOHN PECHAM put the shot
41 feet 10 inches to give Sigma
Chi its only first, but Gene Knut-
son came through with a second
in the high hurdles and Dan Cline
finished third in both the broad
jump and the high jump to pile up
Dick Thompson copped a first
in the high hurdles with Larry
Cox taking second in the pole
vault for thesPhi Gais. Bruce
Smith took second in the 880
yard run and Jim Kruthers fin-
ished fourth in the 440 to give
Phi Gams its points.
Chuck Hatch and Virgil Fair-
banks finished first in the mile
and the broad jump respectively
to give Chi Psi ten points and
fifth place. The Sig Eps with sec-
onds in the 60 yard dash, shot put,
and broad jump and a third in
the 440 took fourth place in the
meet with eleven points.
three, Theta Chi with four, Kappa
Sigma with two, and Beta Theta
Pi, DKE, and Acacia with one
* * *
HIGH JUMP: 1. Kress (Phi Delta
Theta) and Hauser (Phi Kappa Psi) 3.
Cline (sigma Chi). Heights: 5' 9".
440 YARD RUN: 1. Edwards (Phi
Delts) 2. Munroe (ATO) 3. Lowrey
(Sig Eps). Time: :65.6
880 YARD RUN: 1. Sever (Alpha Sig-
ma Phi) 2. Smith (Phi Gams) 3.
McLaughlin (Theta Chi) Time: 2:14.1
MILE RUN: 1. Hatch (Chii Psi) 2.
Brown (LCA) 3. Kinnel (Kappa Sigma)
SHOT PUT: 1. Pecham (Sigma Chi)
2. Shields (Sigma Eps) 3. Niceta
(TKE). Distance 41-10.
60 YARD DASH: 1. Kress (Phi Delts)
2. VanCleve (Sig Eps) 3. Corey (SAE).
POLE VAULT: 1. Lawrence (Phi
Delts) 2. Cox (Phi Gams) Height 11
HIGH HURDLES: 1. Thmopson (Phi
Gams) 2. Knutson (Sigma Chi) 3.
Friedman (SAM) and Henson (SAE)
BROAD JUMP: 1. Fairbanks (Chi
Psi) 2. Graefer (Sig Eps) 3. Cline
(Sigma Chi). Distance 19-6!-.
By DICK LEWIS
Candied yams, sunny skies and
a crack at the North Carolina golf
team are just eight days away for
the Wolverine linksters.
But the young Michigan squad,
defending Western Conference
titlists, will have more than sun-
shine to contend with when they
hit Chapel Hill.
COACH C. P. (Chuck) Erick-
son's Tar Heels are last year's
Southern Conference chimpions,
and reports from below the Mason-
Dixon line indicate that the NC
swingers are loaded once again.
They gave a hint of things to
come by walloping The Citadel,
26-1, in last week's season open-
er. The Citadel had previously
racked up triumphs over North
Carolina State and perennial
powerhouse Wake Forest.
Six lettermen return from the
1952 Carolina aggregate that
amassed 13 dual meet wins as
against one defeat and turned
back Michigan, 191/-71/2.
THAT WAS the fifth time in the
six encounters between the two
schools that the Wolverines came
out on the short end. The last
Maize and Blue victory against
North Carolina was a 24-12 ver-
dict back in 1948.
* . . veteran Tar Heel
Off his performance in The
Citadel slaughter, little Bill
Thornton figures to be the suc-
cessor to drafted freshman Tons-
my Langley, who annexed in-
dividual honors in the Southern
Conference tourney a year ago.
Thornton sparked his team-
mates by firing a sparkling five
under par 67 on the sloppy Fin-
ley Golf Course. He's a sophomore
who had a 6-4-1 record last sea-
son, and shot last week in the
number three singles position.
SENIORS Bob Black, shooting
number one, and Bill Williamson,
in the second spot, give Carolina
a combination that was next to
unbeatable in the 1952 campaign,
Black compiled a 12-3 won-
lost mark, while Williamson
wound up with a 13-1-1 total.
They both stroked 73s in their
baptism under fire this year.
Diminutive (5-8, 155-pound)
veteran Jim Ferree goes in the
fourth position, while the fresh-
man duo of Billy Ford and John
Frazier round out the starting six.
Ford shot a two-under-par 70
in his first intercollegiate match
and Frazier came through with a
74 to give the Tar Heels an un-
usually low total of 429 strokes
for the 18 holes, an average of
If Coach Erickson has any
trouble with his first six, he can
turn to senior Lou Brown and soph
Pete Thornton, both lettermen
from the 1952 squad.
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EASTER... APRIL 5
Tigers RallyTo StopAthletics- THE HIGH JUMP was a real
T il Top battle with Kress and Steve Hausl
Yank eesoTPhrottleKDodgers,4-2 r ' Phihappa Psi dueling for
first after dline had dropped out
at five feet, six inches. Both men
By the Associated Press jumped equally until they each
LAKELAND-The Detroit 'rig- CUBS 5, BROWNS 3 missed their three attempts atr
ers closed their exhibition play in MESA-The Chicago Cubs' Bob 51.
Florida against major league op- Rush came within one putout of Lawrence, in winning the pole
position with a 13-7 victory over a full nine-inning pitching per- vault, tried to break his effort
the Philadelphia Athletics yester- formance yesterday as the Cubs of last year but failed to better
day. defeated the St. Louis Browns, 5-3. 11-6. le was one of the most
Detroit put on a seven-run rally Rush had yielded only three hits colorful entries in the meet as
in the seventh inning to clinch until the ninth inning, when Vic his persistant tries brought loud
the game and keep atop the grape- Wertz' sixth homer of the exhibi- cheers from the fans.
fruit circuit standings with a 13- tion season drove in the Browns'
5 record three runs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon placed two
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* * *
YANKEES 4, DODGERS 2
ST. PETERSBURG-With Ewell
Blackwell hurling brilliantly, the
New York Yankees whipped Brook-
lyn yesterday, 4-2.
The triumph clinched the Flor-
ida phase of the exhibition series
between the clubs in favor of the
New York nine, three games to
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BRAVES 9, PHILLIES 6
Braves pounded Robin Roberts,
the Philadelphia Phillies' mound
ace, for 11 hits and a 9-6 win in
an exhibition games yesterday.
Reliefer Kent Peterson was able i
to hold the Braves, keeping them
scoreless in the seventh and
eighth, but rookie Jack Sanford
surrendered the last three Brave
runs in the ninth.
* * *
INDIANS 11, GIANTS 5 I
DENVER-The Cleveland In-I
dians reeled off their sixth straight
victory by defeating the New York
Giants, 11-5, before a crowd of
12,812 on a field completely sur-
rouhded by snow yesterday.
REDS 6, SENATORS 3
ORLANDO - The Cincinnati
Reds clipped Dean Stone, rookie
left-hander, for four runs in the
last two innings to defeat Wash-
ington, 6-3, in the final Florida
exhibition game for both teams as
they launched an eight-game ser-
ies en route home.
men to compile a total of five
points. John Corey scored in the
All men interested in playing
soccer this spring are invited to
attend a meeting at 7:30 p.m.
today in Rmn. 247 of the Archi-
60 yard dash and the broad jump
while Jim Henson tied with Mort
Friedman of SAM for third in the
Lambda Chi Alpha picked up a
second in the mile run and a tie
for fourth in the high jump to get
four points. Other teams who re-
ceived points were ATO with
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