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SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Lafayette Meet Initiates
Golfers' Big Ten Activity

By JOHN KOVAL
The Michigan golf squad will
make a second attempt to open its
Big Ten schedule this Saturday
when it meets Purdue, Ohio State,
and Illinois in a quadrangular
meet at Lafayette, Indiana.
The team left for Lafayette
Thursday afternoon by car and will
not return until Tuesday morning.
In addition to Saturday's quad-
rangular meet, the Wolverine link-
Anyone interested in trying
out for the cheerleading squad
should report to the small gym
in the Intramural Building be-
tween 3 and 5 p.m., May 4
through May 15.
-Lee Krumbholz
t sters will meet Northwestern and
Iowa on Monday on the North-
western golf course at Evanston,
Illinois.
LOWELL LeCLAIR, Michigan's
linkster, will not be able to make
the trip and Sophomore Andy An-
drews, getting his first chance at
Big Ten competition, will take his
place. Andrews will play the num-
ber six spot.
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer ex-
pressed disappointment in the
team's showing against the Ti-
tans and said, "We're capable of
doing much better." Captain
Hugh Wright, who took medal-
ist honors against the Titans
with a 76, leads a team whose
main fault is lack of experience.
In Ohio State and Purdue, the
Wolverine linksters will be meeting
two of the conference's better
teams and the main contenders
for the title. The Buckeyes are
paced by Frank Cardi, State Ama-

teur Champion, who placed third
in last year's individual honors
race. The Boilermakers are led by
sophomore Don Albert and junior
Dick Norton.
* * *
THE FIGHTING Illini from
Champaign-Urban, are expected
to offer no competition to the
Maize and Blue golfers and may
be the first victims of the '53
squad.
In their triangular meet
against Iowa and Northwestern
on Monday, the Michigan links-
men have been assigned the role
of favorite. Northwestern, how-
ever, holds a 221/2-41 triumph
over the University of Detroit
Titans and may cause the slow
starting Wolverines some trou-
ble.
The Wildcats, who placed sev-
enth last season, are led by senior
Captain Cliff Kong. The Iowa
Hawkeyes have built their squad
around three returning letterman,
senior Captain John Barton and
sophomores Dale Kniss and Ed
McCardell, who won letters last
season as freshmen.

'M' Tennis Team'
Nips Badgers, 5-4
Four Singles Wins Pace Opening
Western Conference Net Victory

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Special to The Daily
MADISON-The Michigan ten-
nis squad was forced to play inside
Wisconsin's fieldhouse yesterday
afternoon because of inclement
weatherbut it managed to win its
initial Conference contest, 5-4,
from the Badgers.
The netters won four of the sin-
gles matches, but dropped two of
three doubles contests. The jinx
was still with the squad as it was
unable to win the first singles
event, leaving it without a win in
this event in the 1953 campaign.
MICHIGAN'S Pete Paulus, play-
ing the first singles position, was
turned back, 7-5, 6-2, by Badger

Jack Vincent. The first set was
rather close throughout with the
Madison~star coming out on top.
In the second set, Vincent had an
easier time, and again won to
annex the two out of three series.
Wolverine Dave Mills, playing
second singles, captured the first
Michigan victory of the day, as
he downed Wisconsin's Bob Rea-
gon, 7-5, 0-6, 6-2. In the meet
two days ago against Western
Michigan, Mills defeated Ameri-
can title holder Dick Hender-
shott 6-1 in both sets.
Al Mann earned the second win
of the Maize and Blue victory with
apparent ease, 6-2, 6-4, from Bad-
ger Jack Schmidtlam.
* * *
THE TABLES were turned on
the Michigan attack in the next
singles when Bill Rudelius set back
Michigan netter Maury Pelto in
two sets, 6-3.
Bob Paley came back in con-
vincing style to put the Wolver-
ines on the win side as he hand-
ed Bill Romero 6-4, and 6-2 set-
backs.
In the final singles match, Mich-
igan's Bob Russell defeated the
Wisconsin sixth man, John Chyle,
6-2, 7-5.
However in the deciding match,
Russell and Bob Dunbar took
Chyle and Bill Roberts, 6-2, 5-7,
and 6-3.

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MAJOR LEAGUE SCORES
American League
Detroit 7, Philadelphia 3
Chicago 6, New York 5
Boston 8, Cleveland 1
Washington 6, St. Louis 5
National League
Pittsburgh 8, Cincinnati 3
St. Louis 3, New York 2
Brooklyn 6, Chicago 5
COLLEGE BASEBALL SCORES
Illinois 12, Indiana 11
Michigan State 3, Iowa 2
Ohio State 6, Purdue 2

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wards the pitcher's mound that
looked like the third out.
Jonason chased the ball, pick-
ed it up and threw high to first
base, allowing Leach to reach
the initial sack safely and third-
baseman Don Eaddy to trot
over with the fifth run.
The winners picked up another
gift tally in the fourth on two
walks, a hit batter *and a scoring
fly by Lepley,
In the bottom of the fourth,
an error by shortstop Jerry Clou-
tier gave Michigan another gift'
.tally as Sabuco, after singling
and stealing second, came all the
way around on the boot.j
THAT GAVE the Maize andj
Blue a 7-2 edge, which Woschitz
almost blew in the sivth, with the
help of some shoddy fielding. With
two out and the bases loaded,
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to Mogk, who made a beautiful
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first as two runs poured across.
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Howell, cf
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