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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Softball

Tilts

ATO Wins;
SAE Loses
To PhiSigs
By TED KAUFMAN
Sunshine finally made its ap-
pearance at the South Ferry Field
diamonds.
With this boost from the weath-
erman, a full slate of I-M softball
games was played yesterday. The
day's biggest margin of victory
was rolled up by Pi Lambda Phi,
who defeated Alpha Delta Phi
14-0 behind the one-hit pitching
of Jerry Hirsch.
THE PHI SIGMA Delta-Sigma
Alpha Epsilon game ended with
the score 4-2 in favor of the Phi
Sigs. SAE protested the outcome
on the grounds that the Phi Sigs
did not use reasonable speed in
aiding an injured played off the
field in the fifth inning. An official
decision on the game is forthcom-
ying.
Irv Toboeman survived a
touch of first inning wildness
and settled down to pitch Sigma
Apha Mu to a 5-1 win over
Theta Delta Chi. Three of the
four Sammy hits were garnered
t by short-stop Warren Werthei-
mer who also sparked the team
afield.
Alpha Tau Omega turned back
Phi Gamma Delta '13-1, behind
the one-hit pitching of Bill Mon-
roe. The ATO's tallied nine times
The 'U' Club will hold its
spring dance this Friday at the
University Golf Course from 9-
12. Johnny Harberd and his or-
chestra will provide the mu-
sic. All 'M' Club members are
invited,
Laurie LeClaire
in the first inning and four in the
second. The Phi Gams lone hit
was a double in the second inning
which was eventually turned into
their run.
HENRY HEIL pitched Phi Delta
Theta to a 12-2 triumph over Phi
Sigma Kappa and Dave Bach also
was victorious, pitching Theta Xi
to a 5 to 2 win over Tau Delta Phi.
Gene Curtis pitched a creditable
game for the losers, giving up only
three safeties.
Top scorer for the day was
Delta Kappa Epsilon, who rolled
up a 15-8 win over Zeta Psi. The
DKE's piled up nineteen hits
y and got a record-tying four
home runs In the first frame.
Dick Aster hurled for the vic-
tors and Jack Chesborough for
the loosers.
Two scores of 12-1 were recorded
yesterday. In one, Lambda Chi
Alpha behind Jay Casemier had
the twelve and Phi Kappa Sigma
with Russ Rescorla twirling had
the lone marker.
* s
IN THE OTHER 12-1 game,
Sigma Phi was victorious over Del-
ta Sigma Phi. Bruce Coleman
notched the win and Hugh Kabat
was charged with the defeat.
Rounding out the day's soft-
ball activity, Beta Theta Pi won
its game with Theta Chi 10-7.
In the semi-finals of the frater-
nity water polo tourney, Sigma Phi
Epsilon whipped Chi Phi 2-1. One
faculty volleyball game was held
in which AFROTC beat Business
Administration 4-2.
Other I-M Scores
Professional Fraternity Softball

Psi Omega 8, Alpha Chi Sigma
4
Phi Delta Phi 14, Alpha Kap-
pa 12
Residence Halls Horseshoes
Lloyd 3, Adams 0
Hayden 2, Gomberg 1
Taylor 2, Hinsdale 1

HUGH WRIGHT
. .. captain debuts
Netters Prep
For Opener
Spring showers and a cold spell
complete with snowstorm have
limited Michigan's netters since
they started outdoor practices im-
mediately after spring vacation.
Coach Bill Murphy expressed the
sentiment that, "the team is com-
ing into shape fairly well," but
said that with so few outdoor ses-
sions he had not yet formed any
definite ideas on who his starting
lineup will be in next Tuesday's
opener.
THE squad scrimmaged Wayne
University's team Saturday in an
informal meeting but has encoun-
tered no other opposition to date..
This weekend's final warmup
will feature a tournament simi-
lar to the round-robin played
indoor before vacation. It will
probably determine to a large
extent Murphy's final decision.
Experimentation with different
combinations for doubles play was
begun yesterday and will be in-
tensified over the weekend along
with the singles play.
A bright spot in the tennis pic-
ture may be provided by Dave
Mills, who showed up at practice
last week. Mills was number three
man at Michigan State two sea-
sons ago and became ineligible to
play when he transferred to Mich-
igan last year.

Michigan Li
U of D in H
By HANLEY GURWIN
If yesterday's springlike weather
stays around for at least one more
day, Michigan's golf squad will fi-
nally get to meet a sample of,
northern competition when the
linksters engage the University of
Detroit Titans in a dual meet at
the University Golf Course here
this afternoon.
The match will start at 1:30
p.m.
THE WOLVERINE'S first look.
at Big Ten competition had to be
delayed when snow forced the
cancellation of the Ohio State,
Purdue. Indiana, 'and Michigan
quadrangular meet scheduled for
Columbus, Ohio, last Saturday.
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer plans
on using the same line-up to-
day that he intended to use last
Saturday at Columbus. Veteran
Lowell LeClair will play in the
number one position with Bud
Stevens holding down the num-
ber two slot.
Warren Gast will probably play
in the number three spot with
Captain Hugh Wright, J a c k
Stumpfig, and Tad Stanford hold-
ing down positions four, five, and
six respectively.
THE TITANS, under the tute-
lage of Professor William Joyce,
have been having troubles of their
own this year. While the weather
man has been a little kinder, the
opposition has not . Against other
Big Ten competition, the Titans
have been soundly beaten by Pur-
due, Indiana, and Northwestern.
Holding down the number one
position for the Titans will prob-
ably be Captain Mike Andonian,
who is now playing in his third
year as a member of the De-
troit squad.
Ranking high on the Detroit
roster is junior Bill Huetteman,
winner of last year's Fisher Golf
Tournament. Huetteman is much
improve'd over last year and should
be one of the dependable perform-
ers for the Titans this year.
OTHER members of the U. of
D. squad include sophomore Ron
Stelter, who pulled a surprise by
beating last years captain Tony
Novitsky by four strokes to win this
year's Fisher Tournament, Ray
Maisevich, a promising sophomore
from Redford High School in De-
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ame Opener
troit, and Ray Conlon, a sopho-
more who received some experience
last year as a freshman.
Despite the poor showing to
date of the Titans, Coach Kat-
zenmeyer is not overly confident
of winning the match, the first
for his squad sinceethe spring
trip. The cold weather has pro-
hivited the extensive practice
sessions which are so necessary
to a golfers early season prog-
ress.
Since 1944, when the Wolverines
began playing the University of
Detroit on an annual basis, the
Maize and Blue have turned back
Professor Joyce's linksmen on 13
occasions while losing only twice.

(Second in a Series) \
Wisconsin and Michigan State,
both first division contenders in
last season's Big Ten title chase,
must be relegated to dark horse
roles in the 1953 battle for cham-
pionship honors.
The Badgers, sparked by the
booming bat of All-American Har-
vey Kuenn, were third place finish-
ers a year ago right beind co-
champions, Michigan and Illinois.
.' *.*
JOHN KOBS' Spartans, despite
the fact that they amassed a mea-
ger overall team batting average
of .231, managed to come home
fifth with a record of seven wins
and six losses.
Although Kuenn, now wearing
the spangles of the Detroit Ti-

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BIG TEN TITLE ENTRIES:
Badgers, Spartans Rated Dark Horses

gers, is no longer the WisconsinC
shortstop, coach Art Mansfieldg
has eleven other returning let-f
termen around which to erect a1
strong Madison entry for thisa
spring.
These include Al Suter, Ron
Unke, and Dave Hash, all instru-
mental in last season's third place
finish. Sutter and Unke, who
promise to make the Wisconsin
pitching staff, -one of the best in
the conference, racked up identi-
cal marks of six wins and two
losses in 1953.
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HASH IS the best of three re-
turning infielders. The'stocky sen-
ior second baseman hit .317 in
1952, and was sixth in the Big Ten
batting race with an average of]
.379 against league opposition.
Although the mound staff seems
to be the brightest factor in the
Wisconsin baseball picture, it is
the major headache of Michigan;
State's coach Kobs.
HIS THREE major winners of
a year ago, Roger Howard, Don
GOLFERS
Have fun at
the Partridge
Practice Range _-
We furnish clubs and
Balls - 212 miles
out Washtenaw -
right on U.S. 23
for 1 mile.
OPEN EVERY DAY
10A.M. - 11 P.M.

Quayle and Tom Lawson have
graduated, making it mandatery
for Kobs to develop a staff from
last season's second line hurlers
and a handful of newcomers.
Bob Dangle has been the most
effective Spartan moundsman
with his most recent effort being
five innings of shutout ball
against Wayne last weekend. He
also turned in a beautiful four
hit job against tough Duke
University during State's south-
ern trip.
One of the brightest spots in the
Spartan hopes for 1953 is the new-
ly formed second base combina-
tion of Stan Turner and Wayne
Lawrie. Turner, only a sophomore,
is hitting a robust .333 and has
looked very good defensively at
the shortfield slot.
Catcher Tom Yewcic and out-
fielder Bob Dilday are being de-
pended upon to lend power to the
State attack.

Hollywood'
Screen Test for
WINNER of
"MR. FORMAL"
Contest
Bscked by a jackpot of once-in-a-
lifetime-prizes, including a week's
all-expense trip to Hollywood, a
screen test by Alex Gottlieb Pro-
ductions, a $500 U.S. Savings
Bond, a complete summer formal
outfit by "After Six" as well as
other outstanding awards by
Ronson, Kaywoodie and Charbert,
the third annual intercollegiate
MR. FORMAL Contest got off to
a fast start on campus this week.
Thus far, the following organiza-
tions: Acacia; Adams House, So.
Q.; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Anderson
House, E. Q.; Beta Theta Pi; Del-
ta Chi; Delta Sigma Phi; Delta
Upsilon; Gomber House, So. Q.;
Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi Kappa
Sigma; Phi Kappa Tau; Phi Sig-
ma Delta; Pi Lambda Phi; Sigma
Alpha Epsilon; Sigma Phi; Zeta
Beta Tau have entered the cam-
pus contest and their nomina-
tions for MR. FORMAL at the
University of Michigan will be
announced shortly.
Any campus organization of 10 or
more men who have not yet re-
ceivedan invitation to enter the
contest, may still do so by con-
tacting Robert Apple, Tele. 3-8508,
and setting up an appointment
to try-on the "After Six" white
summer formal jackets at the
following Contest stores:
SAFFELL & BUSH
WAGNER'S
WILD'S
The contestant selected as MR.
FORMAL, at the University of
Michigan by a panel of campus
personalities, will also receive a
complete .summer formal outfit
by "After Six," a Ronson lighter,
a formal Kaywoodie pipe, a set of
Top -Hat men's toiletries plus
other tie-in prizes offered by
local merchants.
Read and Use
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New York..........5
Chicago .............3
Cleveland ...........3
Boston..............3
Philadelphia.........3
Washington .........2
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St. Louis ............3
Philadelphia .........3
Cincinnati ..........2
Chicago..............1
Milwaukee ..........2
Pittsburgh...........2
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 1, Boston 0
Chicago 7, Detroit 5
Cleveland 4. St. Louis 3
Washington 5, Philadelphia 1
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Detroit--Dobson (0-1) vs.
Jordan (0-0)
Boston at New York-Brown (0-0)
vs. Raschi (0-1)
Philadelphia at Washington (iiight)
-Bishop (1-0) vs. Dixon (0-0)
Only games.

YESTERDAY'S - RESULTS
Philadelphia 7, Brooklyn 1
Pittsburgh 5, New York 4
Cincinnati 5, St. Louis 4
TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at Philadelphia (night)
-Loes (1-0) vs. Drews (0-0)
New York at Pittsburgh (night)
--Hearn (0-1) vs. LaPalme (0-0)
Cincinnati at St. Louis (night)-
Podbielan (0-1) or Wehmeier (0-0) vs.
Mizell (0-0)
Milwaukee at Chicago-Surkont
(1-0) vs. Rush (1-0).

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t Four-Year Evening Course
CO-EDUCATIONAL
Member Assn. of American
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Matriculants must be College grad-
uates and present full trans-
cript of College record.
Classes Begin Sept. 28, 1953
For further information address
Registrar Fordham
University School of Law
302 Broadway, New York 7, N. Y.

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WHO WILL BE
AT UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
V TEjE 3RD ANNUAL MR. FORMAL
CONTEST IS NOW UNDERWA Y!
EVERY CAMPUS GROUP CAN ENTER TO
WIN TE DIG LOCAL JACKPOT AND
QUALIFY FOR THE NATIONAL PRIZES.
AFTER SIX, America's largest maker of men's formal wear invites all
fraternities, athletic teams, societies, dorms, clubs and independent
groups to take part in this prize-peppered competition. Don't wait,
don't hesitate, choose up your team today and contact the campus rep
to arrange for time and location of tryout.
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Select a team of 10 or more
men from your group to par-
ticipate. Each man tries on an
AFTER SIX dinner jacket and
the group then chooses the
member they want to represent
them as Mr. Formal. A photo
is taken of the winner and
placed in competition with the
other group winners.

4 Contact the campus representative and set-up
a try-out time with him. He'll arrange a
time and place convenient for your crew.

2 Winners will be chosen on the basis of what the
AFTER SIX white formal jacket does for them
sartorially. You can't tell who will make the
best appearance until all the men in your group
have taken part.
3. The campus Mr. Formal will be chosen by a panel
of impartial judges and announcement of their
decision will take place at a campus event and
in this newspaper.

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CAMPUS REPRESENTATIVE
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