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FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TIREE

Wolverine Ball Club Meets
Buckeyes in Big Ten Contest
Ritter Slated To Pitch Against Ohio's Ebert;
Two Games on Tap Tomorrow with Illini

Pilams

Whin

Puiddliebull

Title'

-I.G A
COMING SUNDAY

(Continued from Page 1)
squad that humbled his team
20-7 in their only meeting of the
'52 season.
" Smith was a big reason why the
Illini nabbed a share of the last
conference crown, gaining credit
for five loop wins without a defeat.
The big southpaw has been both-
ered by a sore arm most of this
spring, but indications are that he
should be in top form for the Wol-
verine onslaught.
FOLLMER, a six foot, four inch
righthander who stars on the bas-
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ketball court as well as the dia-
mond, was nicked for a scant 14
runs in 572/3 innings last year.
In an effort to sharpen up
their heretofore impotent hit-
ting, Fisher sent his charges
through a fast hitting drill on
the local diamond yesterday af-
ternoon before the Wolverines
left for Columbus and the Big
Ten wars-.
Michigan collected a total of 11
hits last weekend as it split a pair
of contests with Western Michigan
-a sum that giyves the Wolverine
coach cause for worry considering
the quality of hurling his crew will
face today and tomorrow.
Shortstop Bruce Haynam will re-
enter the Maize and Blue lineup
today after missing the last couple
of games with a leg injury, even
though his ailing limb is still in
far from top shape.

CLIVE FOLLMER
. . . Illinois hurler

Sig Ep's Bid
For Fourth
Crown Fails
By GORDON MARS
Pi Lambda Phi captured the fra-
ternity paddleball championship
yesterday downing the defending
champion, Sigma Phi Epsilon,
which was seeking its fourth
straight crown, 2-0.
Jerry Rovner, who 'was playing
the first singles position for the
Pilams, met Sig Ep Pally Haas, de-
feating him, 2-0. Rovner walked
away with the first game beating
Haas, 21-9. In the second game,
Haas attempted to stage a come-
back, fighting for the lead until
the end, when Rovner smashed
across five points to win 21-16.
Pilam Lenny Pearlman downed
his opponent, Ross Pfalzgraph, 2-
0. Pearlman won the first game,
21-11, and the second, 21-16 The
singles were the only matches
played, in this best two out of
three matches.
ON THE Professional fraternity
softball scene, Ed Sheldon turned
in a no hitter for Phi Chi, and
blanked Air Force, 6-0. Sheldon al-
lowed only one walk in his endea-
vor.
Bob Clark and Bill Lukash
combined hitting strength, both
garnering two hits, for the vic-
tors. Phi Chi collected three
runs in the second inning on
hits by Clark and Lukash.
Al Ritzema pitched Phi Alpha
Kappa to a 13-7 win over Phi Del-
ta Epsilon in another contest. He
joined forces with Jack Haver-
kamp and Wayne De Neff who:
supplied the hitting.
Haverkamp hit a grand slam
home run in the first inning to
start the winner's attack.

Penn Relays Run Today;
wolverine Squad Enters

Hollywood
Screen Test for
WINNER of
"MR. FORMAL"
Contest
Backed 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 P; 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-
ceived an 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.

By PHIL DOUGLIS
After a three week layoff, 'li-
chigan's track team returns to
the cinders today and tomorrow as
it competes in the annual Penn
Relays at Franklin Field, Phila-
delphia
Defending champs in three
events, the Wolverines find them-
selves running in only one event
today, the distance medley relay.
The crack squad of George Lynch,
John Carroll, John Moule, and
John Ross will try to repeat last
year's triumph in this event, but
will find stiff opposition from Vil-
lanova and Penn State.
* * *
THE RACE, in which 28 teams
are entered, is expected to narrow
down to an anchor man duel be-
tween Michigan's Ross, and Vil-
lanova's Bill Dwyer, the nation's
top miler.
M i ch ig an will enter seven
events tomorrow as the big track
carpival, which will attract some
500 schools and 3,000 athletes,
rolls into its second day. These
events include the four, two, and
one mile relays, and such in-
dividual events as the discus,
shot put, high jump, and high
hurdles.
The Wolverines are defending
champs in the four mile relay.
Coach Don Canham plans'to send
Geoff Dooley, George Lynch,
Moule and Ross into this 23 team
event. The tough foes here will be
Villanova, Syracuse, and Army.
LATER Saturday afternoon, Roy
Christianson, Lynch, Moule, and
Ross will run in the two mile relay,
which will be followed by the one
mile relay. In the one mile event,
Bill Barton, Dan Hickman, Grant
Scruggs, and Carroll will have to

FLASHES OF BRILLIANCE:
Steady Progress Marks LeClair's Golf

outstep some stiff competition
from Manhattan, Morgan State
College, and Cornell.
From the Michigan stand-
point, the individual events will
feature Fritz Nilsson, who will
try to repeat last year's discus
win. Nilsson and Roy Pella are
also scheduled to put the shot
for Michigan.
In other individual events, Can-
ham has entered Van Bruner in
the 120 high hurdles event, and
Milt Mead in the high jump.
THUS MICHIGAN has 13 men
competing in this mammoth meet,
the world's largest excepting the

By JOHN M. KOVAL
Steady improvement and flashes
of brilliance have marked the golf-
ing career of Lowell LeClair, vet-
eran Michigan linksman.
LeClair, entering his third sea-
son as one of Coach Bert Katz-
enmeyer's charges, is currently
holding down the number one spotI
on the squad's position listings. In
addition to playing a steady, de-
pendable brand of golf, LeClair is
a tremendous asset to the squad
because his presence exerts a fav-
orable influence on the younger,
less experienced members of the
team.
ON THE RECENT southern tour,
playing against North Carolina
and Duke, LeClair paced all the
Wolverine golfers with a thirty-
six hole total of 151, giving an in-
dication of things to come. In his
match against the University of
Detroit Titans, LeClair fired a six
over par 78 on Michigan's home
course.
Last season in the Big Ten fi-I
nals on the University of Illinois
course, LeClair started with a
bang and garnered fifth place
in the conference, six strokes be-
hind Wisconsin's Doug Koepche
who won the individual title
with a 306 total Playing along
with such departed Wolverine
stars as Dean Lind and Dick Ev-
ans, duringthe 1952 campaign,
LeClair gathered the medalist
honors on two occasions. Against
Michigan State, he racked up
scores of 74 and 76 on the Wal-
nut Hills Country Club course
Married for two years and the
proud father of an eight month old
baby boy, the affable Michigan
senior has his hands full. Besides
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The Michigan Sailing Club,
fresh from a triumph in the im-
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tional Regatta last weekend, will
see plenty of action tomorrow and
Sunday.
Two crews will travel to Wayne
University in Detroit to participate
in the two day Michigan cham-
pionships while four more crews
will remain in Ann Arbor and do
battle with Michigan State Sun-
day in a dual meet at Whitmore
Lake.

TODAY
and
Saturday

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devoting time to his classwork and
and golf practices, LeClair also
works the afternoon shift at Kai-
ser-Frazer's Willow Run plant. -
* *
THE PROFICIENCY with which
he performs these tasks is shown
by his golfing success and his last
semester's 3.6 scholastic average.
A senior in Education school, the
bespectacled husband upon gradu-
ation plans either to go on and
get his Master's Degree or begin
right in teaching elementary
school.
Coming from a golfing fam-
ily, Lowell began playing when
he was seven years old. His old-
er brother, Keith LeClair was a
member of Coach Katzenmey-
er's '49 and '50 squads and Lo-
well merely followed in his bro-

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university.
The greatest roundi that LeClair
has ever played occurred last sea-
son in a practice session on the
University course. After playing
the front nine with an even 36 par,
LeClair literally burned up the
back nine and registered a five
under par 31 for a 67 total
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.YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 6, BrooklynsLs
Chicago 6, Milwaukee 2
Pittsburgh 6, New York 5
St. Louis 8, Cincinnati 3
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Brooklyn (night)-
Corwin (0-1) vs. Roe (0-0)
St. Louis at Chicago--
Miller (0-0) vs. Minner (0-0)
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (night)--
Dickson (1-2) vs. Konstanty (0-0)
Cincinnati at Milwaukee (night)--
Wiehmeir (0-0) vs. Antonelli (0-1)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 8, Chicago 4
New York 6, Boston 3
Philadelphia 6, Washington 4
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Cleveland (night)-
Houtteman (0-1) vs. Garcia (0-0)
Washington at New York-
Porterfield (0-2) vs. Lopat (1-0)
Chicago at St. Louis (night)-
Krentlow (0-0) vs. Trucks (1-0)
Philadelphia at Boston-
Kellner (2-0) vs. Freeman (0-1)

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