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TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILYPAGE THREE

PAGE THREE

Wolverine

Tennis

Team Romps Over Purdue, 3-1

Michigan Chalks Up Second
Straight Conference Victory

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By DICK BUCK
Pete Paulus, number one man,
racked up his first win of the sea-
son yesterday as the Michigan
tennis squad swept all singles
matches in an 8-1 slaughter of
Purdue.
The meet was the first of the
season on the Wolverines' home
courts and they were right at home
as they recorded their fourth con-
secutive victory and second tri-
umph in Conference competition.
* * *
COACH LARRY Labree's Purdue
Y team had beaten both Illinois and
Ohio State and dropped a meet
with the Badgers in Big Ten com-
petition up to this point.
Facing Boilermaker Ken, Jones
innumber one singles play,
Paulus had an easy time in tak-
ing the first set, 6-3. The second
set developed into a see-saw'
battle with the game score knot-
ted at 5-5, 6-6, and 7-7.
Paulus took the next game,
50-30, to gain an 8-7 edge and
grabbed a 40-15 lead in the match
game. Jones, fighting back, tied
it up at 40-40 but missed on a lob
shot. Paulus put the match on
ice, 9-7, with a smash to Jones'
backhand corner.
DAVE MILLS and Al Mann re-
mained undefeated in the number
two and three spots.
Mills had a rough time with
Bill Dickie of Purdue, winning
close first set, 7-5, and then
dropping the second set, 6-4. He
settled down after this and with
his long volleys ticking the cor-

ners beautifully, Mills swept the
vital set by a 6-1 margin.

In contrast to this was Mann's
6-3, 6-1 win over Boilermaker Dick
Cole. He earned an early lead and
was never threatened by the Pur-
due netter.
THE ONLY MATCH the Mur-
phymen lost was in the number
one doubles where Jones and
Dickie upset Paulus and Paley. The
Wolverines took the first set, 8-6,
and tied the second, 4-4, before
bowing to their opponents, 6-4, in
the long, drawn-out set. Purdue
came back strong to annex the
final set, 6-3, and take the vic-
tory.
The other two doubles matches
fell to the Maize and Blue by
easy margins. Mann and doubles
specialist Bob Curhan downed
Cole and Dick Supple, 6-3, 6-4.
Mills and number six man Bob
Nederlander trounced Purdue's
combo of Bob Simon and Charles
Karabell, winning 6-0, 6-4.
Nederlander got off to a slow
start in singles, losing 6-3, but
bounced back with 6-2 and 6-3
totals to thrash the lanky Supple
in the sixth slot.
Maury Pelto and Paley both
notched two set triumphs for:
Michigan over opponents Karabell
and Simon. Pelto edged Simon,:
6-4, 8-6, while Paley toiled to 7-5
and 9-7 wins in his match.
The Wolverines face Northwest-
ern o nthe home court Friday in
their next Conference engage-
ment.

BUD STEVENS
. . . co-medalist
Soccer Club
Hopes To Gain
Varsity Status
The Wolverine Soccer Club de-
feated the Detroit Rockets, 2-0, in3
a contest played here last Sunday.
Jim Sunyer and Robin Weera-
koon were the goal-getters for the
victors, Sunyer's tally coming on a
penalty kick from Alan Cassels.
The Wolverines scored a goal in
each half and then put up an ex-
cellent defense to keep the Rock-
ets scoreless.
The Soccer Club is attempting
to acquire varsity status and to-
day it will circulate a petition on
campus to attain this end. All.
those interested in having soccer
as a varsity sport are urged to sign.

' Golfers
Cop Second
Meet in Row
(Continued from Page 1)
against Wright of Michigan and
Carl Stotz of Northwestern with
79-76-155.
THE BEST for the Wildcats was
shared by Dick Schultz, 74-76-
150, and Tull Monsees, 73-77-150.
Schultz played in the third posi-
tion against Wolverine Stevens
and Iowa's Ed McCardell, who;
shot 81-74-155.
Stumpfig fashioned his morn-
ing round 69 by staying even
with par for a 36 on the way
out and burning up the course
with a two-under 33 on the sec-
ond nine. In the afternoon, he
faltered to a 39 on the first nine
but came back with a par 35 on
the final jaunt to earn the tie
for medalist honors with Stev-
ens.
Stevens started in the morning
with a one-under 35 for his first
nine and wound up the round
with another 35 for a one-under
18 hole total. He began his af-
ternoon round whefe he left off in
the morning, shooting a blistering
33 for the opening nine.
After seven more holes he was
still one under par, but three-
putted the 17th for a bogey 5
that pulled him even. On the
18th, his drive hooked into the
woods and he had to waste a shot
getting out. He then three-putted
the second green in a row to bring
his afternoon round to two over
the regulation figure.
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BIG INNINGS MAKE THE DIFFERENCE:
Strauss, Gomberg, Wenley, Gain Easy Softball Wins

By PHIL JACOBUS
Strauss House romped to an
easy 17-1 victory over Adams in
a Residence Hall intramural soft-
ball game yesterday.
Don Happalla limitedthe losers
to two hits as Strauss sent 16 men
to bat in a big first inning to
score 11 runs. The big blow in this
inning was a homer by Don Simon.
GOMBERG defeated Hayden,
4-0 in the best pitched game ofI
the day. Jack LaBreck, pitching
for Gomberg, allowed two hits,
while his.mound opponent, Harold'
Kiefer, gave up only four in aa
losing cause. -
Gomberg had to wait until
the last inning before they
could break into the scoring
column and then it was through
the generosity of Kiefer that
they did so. Two runs were the{
MAJOR LEAGUE SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUEI
Detroit 10, New York 8
Boston at St. Louis, rain
NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 12, Cincinnati 4 (1st)
Cincinnati 9, New York 5 (2nd)
Milwaukee 9, Brooklyn 4
Philadelphia 8, Chicago 4
St. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 0 E

result of bases on balls and an-
other was driven in on a single
by Bill Land.
In another slugfest, Wenley de-
feated Scott 12-4. The winners
made up a 4-1 deficit in the third
inning as they scored six times to
take the lead. Bill Bluhm, Dave
Parks, and Shelley Rovin all hit
homers for Wenley. Gordy Jaas-
kelainen was the winning pitcher.
MICHIGAN iouse downed Wil-
liams 14-5 in another game fea-
tured by a big inning. Michigan
sent 11 men to bat in the third
inning to score seven times and
take a lead it never relinquished.
Perry Dooley was the winning
pitcher, while Bob Smith pitched
for the losers.
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Cooley overcame a 5-3 deficit
in the first inning and went on
to beat Lloyd 11-7. Norm Kiel
hurled for the winners and was
aided by Bill Follet's homer.
Tom Deuvall was the losing
pitcher.

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Bob Bower pitched Greene
House to a 10-7 victory over Tay-
lor. The winners scored five runs
in the second inning to put the
game on ice. Marshall Badt hurl-
ed for Taylor and was the losing
pitcher.

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relay carnival with the Spartans at Big Ten Relays in the future. meet here in Ann Arbor.
of Michigan State at East Lan-
sig.COMPETING in the new event
The strictly unofficial meeting today for the Wolverines will be
will be more of a workout for the Van Bruner, Al Rankin, Jim Love, ***
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meet. No team scores will be kept, foursome will also divide the work
the only incentive beingsthe win-In the 440-yard high hurdles.T
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together, according to Canham, is discus throw. Missing from the $50
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This Week's Nilsson, Penn Relays record Worsteds, Flannels, Tweeds
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' ?' S Jr s Ten champion in the shot puts ,d
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Help build a new three' million bushel addition to ow prsent grola
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About 200 able bodied young men with good backs and normal in
telligence. Wen 'ed welders, truck dr'ver, carpenters, steel'n, and
lots of just good workers. We are contacting about 100 colleges and
oniversitiesi' Ohio, Michigan and Indiana.
1-Organization meeting Sunday, June 14th at 2 P.M.
2-Big pour June 15th to June 26th or 27th.
3-50 or 60 men will work the balan.ce of the svmne.
GOOD PAY-$1.50 per hour plus time and one half overtim* during
11 or 12 days of big pour-8 hours per day, 7 days per week-
$6.00 for meeting Sunday June 14th. Free lunches $1.41 per hr. plus
time and one half for overtime for the balance of the suammer-49
hours per week.
GOOD WORKING CONDMONS-Healthy, outside work with o group
of fine young men.
GOOD SUMMER LVING CONDITIONS-If you can't eommute from
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with air mattressesfurnished-(you furnish your own bedding)-showers
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the summer.
For information and application-"
Write Anderson Truck Terminal,
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to allow both schools to get in
some much needed practice under
competitive circumstances. At the
same time, the coaches will be get-
ting some indication of what to
expect next year when the Big
Ten inaugurates a relays carnival
of its own.
A ten year plan has been de-
vised by the Big Ten coaches
to stage a spring relays meet
every year on a rotating basis.
Next year the event will be stag-
ed at Northwestern.
The activities at East Lansing
this afternoon will feature the
running of an 880-yard low hurdle
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GOLFERS
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We furnish clubs and balls
--21/2 miles out Washte-
naw - right on U.S. 23.
for I mile.
OPEN EVERY DAY
10 A.M. -11 P.M.

WINNER of
"MR. FORMAL"
Contest
to be Announced
Next Week
Only one week remains to enter this
year's MR. FORMAL contest so hop
to it if your fraternity, club or dorm
thinks one of the boys rates a screen
test with Alex Gottlieb Productions,
a week in Hollywood, a $500 defense
bond, a good chance of not getting a
date with Marilyn Monroe and lots
more.
To enter the contest, call Robert
Apple, 2006 Washtenaw Ave., Tele.
3-8508 to set-up an appointment to
have at least 10 of your men try on
the "After Six" white summer for-
mal jackets at Saffel & Bush, Wag-
ner's and Wild's.
Remember, the man selected as MR.
FORMAL at University of Michigan
also walks off with an armful of
prizes as well as the opportunity to
compete for the national title-MR.
FORMAL U.S.A.-and all that goes
with it.
Enter your team today. The try-on
is painless . . , fun . . . and takes
but a few minutes of your group's
time.
MR. FORMAL candidates selected by
their groups thus far are:
Ken Boore, '54E; Joe Venneri, '54;

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