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TUESDAYAPRIL 38, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE

TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1953 PAGE THREE

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Michigan Tri1
By CORKY SMITH
Jack Labreck turned in a no-
hit, no-run pitching performance,
as the Gomberg baseball team
blasted Adams, 18-0, in intramural
play yesterday afternoon.
In registering his no-hitter, La-
breck struck out seven men and
collected two singles in helping his
team massacre the Adams nine.
Don McClurg smacked out two
doubles, Bill Land hit two singles
and a home run, Jerry Anderson
poked a single and a homer, and
Erle Kauffman had a field day,
banging out two doubles and a
triple.
* * *
MANY OF these blows came in
the last inning as the Gomberg
squad pounded out ten runs.
Michigan House came from
behind late in the game to whip
Reeves, 6-5. Five singles paved
the way to a rally that brought
home five runs in the fourth in-
ning.
The crowning blow came as win-
ning pitcher Perry Dooley poled a
triple which added to the runs
scored earlier in the inning.
* * *,
DOOLEY, WHO had a total of
six strikeouts, whiffed the last
three batters to face him. Ed Bax-
ter collected two doubles for the
losers.
Bases on balls proved costly
for the Taylor ball team as
Hinsdale, converting many of
them into runs, won by an 11-3
margin. Hinsdale received a to-
tbI of 13 free passes from Taylor
pitching.
Walks and stolen bases brought
home four runs in the first in-
ning for Hinsdale. Three passes
and six stolen bases gave Hinsdale
an additional six runs in the last
frame.
* * *
LAUREN SCHLEH, winning
hurler, fanned five in restraining
the Taylor team.,
Williams outscored Wenley,
9-8, in another IM contest. Co-
len LaFave highlighted the Wen-
ley half of the third inning with
a double following two singles
" and a pair of walks by team-
mates. The inningended with
four runs across the plate.
Dave Longworth's triple sparked
a second-inning rally that gave
Williams its first four runs.
Tom Fabian became the all
campus indoor tennis champion
yesterday when he whipped Jay
Millman in the finals held in
the Intramural Building.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Cleveland ............ 7 2 .778 2
New York............9 3 .750 --
Chicago . ..........7 4 .636 P4z
St. Louis........ 6 5 .545 2%
Philadelphia .........6 5 .545 2
Boston ................ 4 6 .400 4
Washington...........3 .273 5"
DetroitE..........2 11 .154 7%
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
No games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at St. Louis (night) Raschi
(1-1) vs. Breecheen (0-2)
- Philadelphia at Cleveland (night)
Shantz (1-2) vs Garcia (1-0)
Boston at Detroit, McDermott (1-1)
vs. Hoeft (1-0)
Washington at Chicago, Masterson
(1-1) vs. C. Johnson (0-0)
L NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pt. GB
Philadelphia...........E9 2 .818
N Chicago............... 4 2 .667 , 2 r
Brooklyn.............6 5 .545 3
St. Louis .............. 4 4 .500 3

Milwaukee:...........4 4 .500 31
New York ............ 4 7 .364 5
Cincinnati ............ 2 4 .333 4,
Pittsburgh ............3 8 .273 6
' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
No games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at New York (night)
Surkont (2-0) vs. Jansen (1-1)
Cincinnati at Brooklyn (night)
Raffensberger (0-1) vs. Erskine (2-0)
St. Louis at Philadelphia, Haddix or
Presko ~(1-0) vs. Konstanty (1-0)
Chicago at Pittsburgh (night) Rush
(1-1) vs. Dickson (1-2)

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Fabian took the first set. 6-4,
and after dropping the second set
to Millman, 5-7, he came back to
take the remaining set, with a
score of 6-2.
Kuldip Maini took the badmin-
ton championship yesterday as he
proved to be too much for his op-
ponent, Cho Lo. Chuen. He defeat-
ed Chuen in two straight games,
15-1 and 15-2.
OTHER IM SCORES
Hayden 16, Lloyd 0
Kelsey defeated Anderson
(forfeit)
Cooley 4, Strauss 2
Winchell 6, Van Tyne 6 (tie)

League-Leading Wolverines Rained Out
AgainYesterday in Scheduled Wayne Game

PETE PAULOS
. . . in top slot
* *

Paulos in Number One Position
As 'M' Netmen Open Season

Going chiefly on what players
showed in an indoor tournament
several weeks ago, tennis coach
Bill Murphy has assigned Pete
Paulos the number one spot in to-
day's away opener with the Uni-
versity of Detroit.
Paulos, a sophomore from Chi-
cago, won the indoor tourney and
has looked impressive on the out-
side courts in the few open air
practices which the Wolverines
have been able to sandwich in be-
tween spells of bad weather.
MICHIGAN'S TENNIS mentor
is giving everyone a chance to
show what he has this afternoon
and will go with a total of 11 men
in the meet.
Occupying the number two
position is Dave Mills. An ex-
Michigan State netter, Mills has
displayed a smooth game in
practice although not trying out
for the team until several weeks
ago. At MSC he played as num-
ber three man on the 1951
squad. 0
Al Mann, who competed in the
top slot last season, is now work-
ing in the number three spot.

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Tennis Mentor Was Excellent Player

Though now showing too well in-
doors, his game has picked up
since moving outside and indica-
tions are that he will regain his
last year's form.
* * *
MAURY PELTO, Bob Paley,
and Bob Nederlander are slated for
tennis the last three singles slots.
Pelto and Nederlander will be
question marks in their first ac-
tual meet completition.
Doubles combinations match
Mann and Bob Curhan as the
number one pair. Both are sea-
soned veterans at doubles play
and work well together.
Bob Russel and Bob Dunbar,
two seniors from Kalamazoo, go
in number two doubles with Ron
Morgan and Jim Holtz finishing
out the lineup.
** *
The University of Detroit will
probably send seniors Dick Lane
and Bob Wood against the Wol-
verines as their top threats.
Detroit has essentially the same
squad which toured through an
unimpressive season in 1952 and
is not generally rated as a strong
team.

Michigan will take a short
breather from Big Ten action this
afternoon when it goes after its
fifth straight victory against the
University of Detroit on the Titans
home diamond.
Wet grounds swamped yester-
day's scheduled contest w i t h
Wayne on the Ferry Field dia-
mond, but the rain couldn't wash
the Wolverine baseballers from the
crest of the conference baseball
standings.
FRIDAY'S 19-9 drubbing of
Ohio State and Saturday's twin-
killing of Illinois sent Coach Ray
Fisher's crew off in hot pursuit of
the title it shared with the Illini
last year.
The three triumphs on the
road put the Wolverines a half
game ahead of Wisconsin, who
came up with a pair of wins ov-
er Purdue in the first weekend of
Big Ten competition.
Fisher is taking five pitchers to
Detroit today, and hopes to get
most of them into action in an ef-
fort to make up for the experience
lost through a host of cancelled
games (yesterday's rain-out mark-
ed the sixth such cancellation this
spring).
* * *
HURLERS Garbadian Tadian,
Ralph Fagge, Bob Carpenter, Bob
Woschitz, and Dick Yirkosky will
all make the trip, while fellow
moundsmen Jack Ritter, Jack
Corbett, and Marv Wisniewski take
it easy after posting a victory
apiece over the successful weekend.
Shortstop Bruce Haynam will
also stay off the playing field.
The slight ball of fire banged
out five hits and played flawless
ball against the Buckeyes and
Illini, in spite of a bad leg that
has bothered him since the
southern trip.
But Haynam wasn't the only
Wolverine who began connecting

with the ball last weekend. Pla-
gued by poor hitting all spring, the
Maize and Blue burst out with a
rash of hits in the first inning
against Ohio State Saturday and
continued clubbing the pill through
26 more innings.
* * *
EIGHT OF Fisher's regulars
picked up at least three safeties
apiece over the three-game stretch
as Michigan collected a total of
27 runs and 37 hits against such
twirlers as Paul Ebert of Ohio
State and Illinois' Gerry Smith,
both top winners in the conference
last season.
This coming weekend the
Wolverines hop back into the
thick of the Big Ten furor, en-
Atertaining Minnesota Friday and
Iowa in a twin-bill Saturday.
In anticipation of the fast-ball-
ing of the Gopher's great Paul
Giel, Fisher has moved the pitch-
ing mound up several feet for the
rest of this week.
In this novel way the Wolverine
mentor hopes to get the timing of
his hitters adjusted to the blazing
speed for which Giel is noted.
Both Iowa and Minnesota will
be getting their first taste of con-
ference play this weekend. with
both teams hoping to get off to a
start that will lift them from the
depths of the second division
where they were mired last year.

By TED KAUFMAN
The University of Michigan was
fortunate when it acquired the
services of Bill Murphy to coach
tennis.
"Murph," as he is referred to by
members of his squad, is steeped
in a valuable playing as well as
coaching background. He left the
Oak Park Illinois High School
tennis coaching position in 1948,
and journeyed to Ann Arbor where
he has remained since.
* * *
SINCE coming to Michigan, the
team, under his tutelege, has
amassed an excellent 31-5 record.
Striving to keep up this winning
record, Murphy is drilling the
team diligently in preparation for
its season opener against the Uni-
versity of Detroit on April 28. He
feels the team is young and fu-
ture prospects are good.
Bill Murphy's tennis career
began in earnest while he at-
tended the University of Chi-
cago from 1935-39. While earn-
ing his B.A. in economics, he
managed to win the Chicago
city title, the Indiana and Illi-
nois state championships and
the Western Conference doubles
title.
In-addition to these titles, he
was runner-up in the National
Intercollegiate and Seabright, New
Jersey Invitational doubles tour-
neys and was ranked ninth in the
U.S. National doubles in 1939. In
addition to these tennis accom-
plishments, Murphy was a mem-
ber of the university varsity bas-
ketball squad.
BEFORE going to Chicago, he
played for the Tilden Technical
High School of Chicago which
won the state title in 1934-35.
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'Al' Sports
TUESDAY
BASEBALL - University of
Detroit at Detroit
TENNIS-University of De-
troit at Detroit
THURSDAY
TENNIS-Western Michigan
at Kalamazoo
FRIDAY
Baseball-University of Min-
nesota at Ann Arbor, 3:30
p.m.
TENNIS--University of Wis-
consin at Madison
SATURDAY
BASEBALL - University of
Iowa (2 games) at Ann Ar-
bor, 1:30 p.m.
GOLF-Purdue, Ohio State,
and Illinois at Lafayette,
Ind.
In the fall of 1941, Murphy
entered the navy. During a ma-
jority of the war he was a dive
bomber pilot and took part in

Tokyo raids, and the Iwo Jima
and Okinawa campaigns. His
decorations include the Navy
Cross, the Distinguished Flying
Cross and the Air Medal, oak
leafed five times.
Following his discharge in 1945,
Murphy became an instructor at
his alma mater. He coached the
university high school soccer, bas-
ketball and tennis teams. The ten-
nis squad won the Chicago Pri-
vate School League title with an
8-0 record.
IN THE FALL of 1946, utilizing
his flying skills learned with Uncle
Sam, Murphy left the University
of Chicago to accept a co-pilots
position with a large airline. He
completed the training course but
was laid-off and never did get to
do any commercial piloting.
Murphy next turned to a
chocolate syrup manufacturing
firm and stayed at that position
for a year. In March of 1948,
he returned to coaching and
teaching.
The Oak Park Illinois High
School was the site of Murphy's
next coaching endeavors. His team
compiled a 7-0 record and won
the state singles and doubles
championships. After that season,
Murphy left Oak Park and came
to Ann Arbor.

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The Golden Gophers, due main-
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Paul Giel, can be as tough as any
team in the conference on a single
given day.
* * *
THE MAGNIFICIENT Giel, al-
so star tailback of the Gopher foot-
ball team, led the league in hurl-
ing last season as he compiled a
5-0 record and allowed but two
runs in 43 innings for an 0.42 earn-
ed run average. The 5-11 junior
was also the team's leading batter
slugging the ball at a .450 clip.
However, behind Giel on the
pitching staff are only untried
hurlers, none of them returning
lettermen. Among these, Don
Streeter, Bob Johnson, and Jim
Kieger have shown early season
promise.
Coach Dick Siebert will have
three returning lettermen to form
the nucleus of his infield. Gene
Elder who pounded the ball for a
.341 average last season will play
second base.
CG e *
COVERING THE left side of the

diamond will be Jerry Cloutier, 20
year old junior who'll be at short
and Tom Sullivan who was the
Gopher's regular third baseman
last year while a freshman. The
only newcomer to the infield will
be Roger Anderson 6-2, 19 year
old first sacker,
Patrolling the outer gardens
will be this year's captain, John
Wallfred in left, Ken Yackel 23
year old sophomore playing cen-
ter and Doug Steenson, one of
the teams two seniors, covering
right.
Gene Steiger will once again
handle the tools behind the plate.
S * *
IOWA, LIKE Minnesota has a
comparatively young squad with
eight letter winners returning
from last year's ninth place team.
The Hawkeye mound staff is
led by Bob Diehl who compiled a
4-1 record last season while per-
mitting but 21/ earned runs per
contest. Diehl is backed up by
Merle Jensen and Ed Lindsey,
members of last year's team, and
Jim Riedesel who pitched on the
1951 nine.
Co-captains Jerry Hilgenberg
and Jack Lindquist hold down
right and center field respectively.

Lindquist has switched from third
and another Hawkeye to switch
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Bill Stenger, ineligible last year,
moves in to take second with Ray
Capps, a sophomore as his double
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of Coach Otto Vogel's leading hit-
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