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THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TERSE

THE M 1CTTTET C3, fLATTI.Y

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Detroit Sophomore Ties
Match with Lengthy Putt

Deadlock

* * * *

By DICK LEWIS
Lightly-regarded University of'
Detroit rose up and nearly smote
poor-shooting Michigan, the
Western Conference golf Goliath,
at the University links yesterday.
But the woeful Wolverines, far
from thei top form, used a couple
of double-barrelled slingshots to
stay in contention and salvage a
131/2-131/2 deadlock from the oft-
beaten Titans.
UP TO THE 18th hole in the
wind-swept dual iflieet the Maize
and Blue sextet seemed sure of its
initial win of the 1953 campaign
in the home opener.
Here a couple of Michigan vet-
erans failed while a Detroit
sophomore cashed in a pulsating
putt to notch the half point
necessary for the standoff.
On the fatal 18th, the same dole
that plagued Coach Bert Katzen-
meyer's charges in their two losses
on the Southern trip, Captain
RETURN MATCH
'Snip' Nalan was elected
Michigan wrestling captain for
the 1953-54 season. The Big
Ten and NCAA 130-pound title-
holder thus will lead the 'M'
grapplers for the second season
in a row.
Hugh Wright overshot the green
on his second shot and holed out
in five, thereby dropping a valu-
able half point to his Detroit op-
ponent.
SENIOR LOWELL LeClair also
bogeyed the final hole and had to
settle for only half a point by
drawing Mike Andonian on the
back nine.
The clincher that the visitors
needed was provided by Ray
Maisevich, a mustachioed Red-
ford High product in his first
season with the Detroit club.
Maisevich calmly sunk a 15-foot
clutch putt for a birdie three to
bring Coach Bill Joyce's outfit
even with the Michigan six.
* * *
ON THE FIRST 17 holes, the
unexpected performances of Cap-
tain Wright and first year man
Tad Stanford kept Michigan ahead
throughout most of the five and a
half hour contest.
Shooting in the number four
position, Wright fashioned a 37-
39-76 scorecard to take medalist
honors for the day and at the

same time turn bacx Titan op-
ponent Bill Huetteman, 21-/.
Wright rolled up 12 pars and a
birdie for his low-scoring effort,
and teamed up with Warren Gast
to split three points in the best
ball competition with Huetteman
and Ray Conlon.
* * *
CONLON, in turn, toured the
course in 78 strokes to gain a 3-0
win over Gast, who took 83.
Stanford, a fugitive from
spring football practice, almost
duplicated the 76 he totalled in
a practice round Tuesday by
carding a five-over par 77, good
enough to take three valuable
counters from Ron Stelter.
Stanford and Jack Stumpfig
notched a 2-/2-/2 best ball triumph
from Stetler and Maisevich, who
went around in 82 and 78 swings,
respectively. Stumpfig, Michigan's
fifth man, fell to an 81.
PERHAPS the most stunning
Wolverine setback came in the
opening foursome where the vet-
eran Andonian and sophomore
Don Fraser edged LeClair and Bud
Stevens, 5-4.
Noticeably off his 1952 form,
LeClair fired a 38 on the front
nine, and came back strong on
the next fired a 38 on the front
nine, and came back strong on
the next five holes, going only
one over during that stretch.
But then the Michigan married
man weakened, and Andonian
came with a rush to score a
The 27-year-old Andonian's 77
was the best score turned in by
the visitors. The Titan captain
stroked a one-over 37 going out.
but slumped himself on the final
nine to 40 swings. His best weapon
was the one-putt green-he had
nine of them.
* * *
STEVENS played some erratic
golf that was more than enough
to easily set down Fraser, more
erratic than the sweeping gusts
that blew over the course all aft-
ernoon.
Going in the second slot, Ste-
vens took 40 strokes on each
nine, experiencing some superb
moments and also some heart.
breakers. On the first hole he
hit into a clump of trees and
had to settle for a double bogey.
Later on he smacked a deadeye
drive on the par three fifth and
came out with a birdie two.

Titans
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN
W4 L Pct. GB
New York 6 2 .750 --
St. Louis 5 2 .714 11
Chicago 4 2 .667 1
Cleveland 3 '2 .600 1%~
Philadelphia 4 4 .500 2
Boston 3 4 .429 2?4
Washington 2 5 .286 3?
Detroit 1 7 .125 5
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 6, Boston 2
Chicago 9, Detroit 7
Philadelphia 7, Washington 4
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Washington-Shantz
(0-2) vs. Masterson (1-0)
Boston at New York - Hudson (0-0)
vs. Sain (1-0)
Chicago at Detroit - Rogovin (0-1) vs.
Hoeft (0-0)
Only games scheduled
NATIONAL
W L Pct. GB
St. Louis 4 2 .667 -
Philadelphia 4 2 .667 -
Brooklyn 4 3 .571 ,
Milwaukee 3 3 .500 1
New York 3 4 .429 1%
Cincinnati 2 3 .400 12
Chicago 1 2 .333 1%,
Pittsburgh 2 4 .333 2
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 5, Brooklyn 4
New York 4, Pittsburgh 2
Milwaukee 15, Chicago 6
St. Louis 8, Cincinnati 3
TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at Philadelphia (night)
Podres (0-1) or Milliken (0-0) vs.
Roberts (1-1)
Milwaukee at Chicago-Bickford'(0-0)
vs. Hacker (0-1)
New York at Pittsburgh - Corwin
(0-1) or Connelly (0-0) vs. Pollet
(0-0)
Only games scheduled

By The Associated Press
DETROIT-The Chicago White
Sox found the home run range for
the first time this season yester-
day, clubbing three into the seats,
but again needed some clutch re-
lief pitching by Harry Dorish to
carve out a 9-7 victory over the
Detroit Tigers.
The Tigers pushed across five
runs in the bottom of the ninth
and twice had the potential win-
ning run at the plate. But Dorish,
a calm righthander, retired Bob

Nieman and Jim Delsing to put
out the fire.
YANKEES
NEW YORK--Johnny Mize, 40-
year-old hero of the 1952 World
Series smashed a pinch single with
the bases full and score tied in
the eighth inning yesterday as the
New York Yankees came up with
four runs to whip Boston, 6-2 be-
hind Vic Raschi.
The victory gave the Yanks un-
disputed possession of first place
in the American League.

YANKS EDGE BOSOX:
White Sox Homer s Down Detroit, 9-7

BRAVES
CHICAGO-Third baseman Ed
Mathews lashed across six runs
on two of Milwaukee's four homers
and a double yesterday as the
Braves plastered the Chicago Cubs,
15-6, to launch a "new neighbor"
rivalry.
The first meeting of the trans-
planted Braves and the Cubs, with
home bases 90 miles apart, also
produced two Bruin homers, one
a prodigious two-run wallop by
Hank Sauer.

-Daily-Don campbell
GOLF CAPTAIN HUGH WRIGHT SIZES UP PUTT

SIG EPS TROUNCE TKE:
Sokol Hurls No-Hitter as ZBT Wins, 15-0

By PHIL DOUGLIS
Howie Sokol's no-hitter coup-
led with three home runs by Mike
Kadens provided Zeta Beta Tau
with a 15-0 victory over Triangle
yesterday to highlight fraternity
softball action.
In hurling the season's fourth
no-hitter, Sokol allowed only five
men to reach base, three by walks
and two on errors.
ANOTHER no-hit specialist,
Sigma Phi Epsilon's Bob Schmidt,
almost did it again yesterday, but
Tau Kappa Epsilon's John Grace
hit a single in the last inning to
foil Schmidt's bid for his second
consecutive no-hitter. However, the
Sig Eps had no trouble winning
the ball game easily, 17-2.
Phi Kappa Tau and Alpha
Epsilon Pi both floundered at

the plate, as PKT hurler Phil
Pursell, and AEPi pitcher Bob
Edelson turned in one-hitters,
but Phi Kappa Tau scored an
unearned run in the third inn-
ing to squeeze out a narrow 1-0
victory.
Sigma Chi continued on the vic-
tory trail as they pounded Alpha
Sigma Phi 17-5. The Sigma Chis
came up with two runs in the first,
and four in the second to take a
lead which they never relinquished.
A DRAMATIC last inning home
run with two men on base by Dan
Sayles, gave Kappa Sigma a 5-4
triumph over Delta Chi.
Jake Rupert sparked Chi Phi
to a 14-13 win over Phi Kappa
Psi, as he smashed out two home
runs and a double.
Aside from softball action, Non-
ny Weinstock took the all-campus
paddleball crown by defeating Don
Mitchell, 21-11, and 21-3.

IM HORSESHOE SCORES
Cooley 2, Fletcher 1
Chicago 2, Wenley 0
Strauss defeated Huber (forfeit)
Allen-Rumsey defeated Scott (for-
feit)
Kelsey defeated Michigan (forfeit)
OTHER IM SOFTBALL
Delta Upsilon defeated Acacia (for-
feit)
Sigma Nu 5, Chi Psi 5 (tie)
Newman Club 6, Gamma Delta 1
Phi Alpha Delta 18, Phi Delta Chi 4
Alpha Kappa Psi 5, Law Club 5 (tie)
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