SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1953
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Win Raises Tennis Record
To Five straight Triumphs
Wolverine Last Day of Football Drills
Nine Dumps Features Intra-squad Battle
By TED KAUFMAN in the second set seemed to catch
Michigan won its fifth straight the Wolverines off guard at first,'
tennis match this spring as it but the Maize and Blue rallied
whipped Northwestern, 7-2, at from a 5-3 deficit to win, 8-6.
Ferry Field yesterday. In the final match of the after-
The Wolverine netters' next foe noon, Mills and Nederlander com-
is the Notre Dame squad whom pleted the Wolverine victory skein
they will meet this afternoon at 2 with a 6-4, 6-3 win over Sagebil
p.m. here in Ann Arbor. The Fight- and Bernthal.
ing Irish are led by Ken Angyal, a
senior who downed Al Mann in "
two easy 6-3 sets in a matchM ich ga G l
against Michigan last year.
AGAINST Northwestern yester- Team Clashes
day, Mann, playing in the number
one singles slot for the first time 'With Spartans
this year, lost to Wildcat Dan
Braumle in three sets, 6-8, 6-3, 6-3.
This was the Wolverines' only loss By JACK HORWITZ
in the singles. The Michigan State Spartans,
led by low scoring captain Carl
Pete Paulus, dropped to the Mosack, will be host to the Wol-
number two position, nipped
Northwestern's Ron Clemes, 6-4, verine linksmen today.
7-5. Paulus' fine serve and ac- Coach Bert Katzenmeyer has
curate passing shots accounted taken six men to singeto
for his win over Clemes. participate in a triangular meet.
The Marquette Hilltoppers will
Dave Mills, also dropped one join MSC and Michigan.
notch, continued on the winning 41
side of the ledger with a 4-6, 6-3, THE GREEN and White link-
6-0 beating of Andy Shillinglaw. sters will be out to break the per-
After a slow start, Mills settled ;feet record that the Wolverine
down and took the last two sets golfers have established in Big Ten
with comparative ease. competition.
* * * Coach Ben Van Alstyne will
MAURY PELTO made quick field a team of five returning
work of Bud Frank as he won in lettermen including Mosack,
straight sets, 6-0, 6-3. "Pancho's" Chuck Davenport, Biff Hills,
deadly backhand drives left his op- Don Stevens and Bill Albright.
ponent helpless and' Maury took His sixth man will be Dave Man-
only fifteen minutes to finish the cour.
match. In their dual meet last year,
In the number five slot, Bob the Wolverines triumphed over the
Paley edged out Jim Sagebil in Spartans by a 16-11 score. The big
two close sets, 6-4 and 8-6. Bob guns in that meet were Michigan
Nederlander rounded out the linksmen Lowell LeClaire and Cap-'
Michigan singles rout with a 6-3, tain Hugh Wright who will be
6-4 beating of Wildcat Bob playing against the Spartans again
Bernthal. this year.
The number ones doubles pair IN FIVE matches to date, the
of Paulus and Paley were beaten Spartans have won three, lost
by the Wildcats' Baumle and Cle- one, and tied one. They have beat-
mes, 2-6, 6-2, 6-4. After dropping en the University of Detroit, Wes-
the initial set the Baumle-Clemes tern Michigan, and Notre Dame
combo settled down and played a while losing to U. of D. and tying
steady brand of tennis, which cost Northwestern.
the erratic Wolverines the match. oth
ehre wer¢ twenty-one can-
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By DAVE BAAD
Twenty days of spring football
practice reaches its conclusion to-
(Continued from Page 1) day as Coach Bennie Oosterbaan
sends his charges through an in-
when the first baseman failed to tra-squad contest in Michigan
touch the bag on a routine ground Stadium starting at 2:30 p.m.
ball, but Corbett, the ninth man If rain should interfere the
to go to the plate, hit an easy game will be moved back to Ferry
boungs for that inthr to end Field in order to avoid tearing
the stadium turf.
ERICKSON put the Wolverines THE MICHIGAN squad, num-
down in order in the second and ng ver n, has been
third frames, but the fourth in- split into two teams, the Blues,
ning saw Michigan pick up their composed of the first and second
final quintet of runs. stringers, and the yellows, con-
Second hiba second Sabuco led sight isting of the remaining players.
single, and was sacrificed to sec-
ond by Leach. Corbett prompt- Y
ly stepped into the first pitch
and slapped a run-scoring bingle
into centerfield. S ua T ks,
The walk to Bruce Haynam S
which followed spelled the end for
Erickson, who was replaced on the 1111mon y alAneo
mound by Carl Angelo. M rq eh
THE SOPHOMORE righthander By KEN COPP
walked Mogk to fill the sacks, then The Michigan track squad opens
forced in a run with another base its outdoor dual meet season by
on balls to Howell. Then Eaddy entertaining the Hilltoppers of
gained his second and third RBI's Marquette this afternoon at Fer-
with a solid single to center. ry Field at 2:00 p.m.
Lepleyq lofted a long fly to cen- Marquette, which is the Cen-
ter to bring in Howell from third tral Coll~ e....'-, .oasts
with the ninth and final Wolver- a w&:=dai aixL squad headed by
ine tally, as Sabuco popped to one of the nation's best broad
the third baseman to end the jumpers, John Bennett, sprinter
scoring spree. Al Thomas and half-miler Ted
Michigan could connect for only Baars.
one other hit the entire game, a * *
mighty triple to deep right-center BENNETT, who holds the 1953
by Leach in the seventh. Drake and Kansas Relays broad
The Spartans bunched two hits ijmp title, also has recorded the
Five Big Ten officials will be
present to give the game an of-
ficial appearance, although fes-
tivities actually will be run
under slightly modified practice
The new limited substitution
rule will be adhered to, however,
at least until the later stages of
the scrimmage, except in the case
of slight injuries which might be
unnecessarily aggravated if the
players are allowed to absorb the
pounding of continued play.
FOUR NEWCOMERS to first
line action, Bob Topp, Dean Lud-
wig, Bob Hurley, and Lou Baldac-
ci have nailed down starting jobs
for this afternoon's kickoff.
Topp, a lanky six-foot-two
inch junior, has moved into the
left end spot vacated by the
graduation of all - conference
star Lowell Perry. Topp was
used sparingly last fall, primar-
ily in kickoff assignments.
Ludwig, long considered a top
flight center prospect because of
his outstanding linebacking po-
tential has earned the starting
Topp ............LE ....... Williams
Walker ..........LT......... Kolesar
Geyer ...........RT....... Krahnke
Knutson ........RE ....... Schlicht
Kress ..........LII.......... Sriver
Hurley ..........FB........... Baer
pivot job. The 190 pound sopho-
more, out of action in 1952 with
a broken vertebra, has forced the
shift of captain Dick O'Shaugh-
nessy to the stationary guard slot.
* * *
HURLEY, second string fullback
until he fractured a back bone in
the Northwestern game last fall,
is waging a tight battle with re-
turnee Dick Balzhiser for the
front line spinner post. Both will
see considerable action today.
The quarterback position which
burley Ted Topor filled last year,
goes to freshman Baldacci. The
205 pounder is an excellent blocker
and tackler, both requisites under
the new rules.
Veterans Art Walker, Don Dug-
ger, Ron Geyer, Gene Knutson,
O'Shaughnessy, Ted Kress and
TonyhBranoff make up the rest
of the Blue's starting combina-
Tom Hendricks and Ed Hickey,
both very impressive during the
spring drills are expected to regu-
larly spell Kress and Branoff at
the halfbacks. Hendricks, an out-
standing runner, was the regular
tailback in last weekend's intra-
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and a walk in the sixth frame
count their single run.
best leap of the year with a 25
feet, 4 inch effort. He will also
complete in the high jump in
which he has jumped 6 feet, 52
inches to place second in the Cen-
tral Collegiate indoor meet.
* * s
MANN TEAMED with
han to down the team
and Shillinglaw in two
8-6. The losers' strong
_mmrm m i
didates for this years golf squad
on the East Lansing Campus.
They were competing for the po-
sition left vacant by the gradu-
ation of last year's captain, Jack
Coach Van Alstyne, starting his
twenty-third year with Michigan
State, had a last place team in
Western Conference play last sea-
'son. This year he hopes to wind
up third or fourth in the stand-
Michigan golfer Tad Stanford
will remain at home because of an
examination and Andy Andrews
will replace him in the lineup.
Lowell LeClaire will be playing his
first match after a two meet lay-
off because of work..
Batted for Lawrie in 9th (hit
**Batted for Risch in 9th
***Batted for Angelo in 9th
Haynam ss 4
Howell cf 3
Eaddy 3b 3
Lepley If 4
Sabuco 2b 4
Cline rf 3
Leach c 4
Corbett p 44
R H P0
1 0 3
2 0 5
2 0 3
1 2 2
0 0 2
1 2 3
1 1 6
0 1 1
9 7 27
Thomas will compete in the
100 where he has turned in a
time of 9.8 seconds and the 220
where he has set a mark of 21.7
Baars, who is an all-around
middle distance man, has posted
a 48 second quarter, a 1:53.8 half
mile and a 4:20 mile. He has also
won the league title two successive
years in the half mile. Saturday
he will be entered in the half mile
* * *
HOWEVER John Ross' chief
competition in the mile will come
from Wayne Robins, who estab-
lished a 4:17 mark last year as his
An importanthfeature of the
meet will be the javelin throw
which is on the program for the
first time since 1940. Competing in
this event will be Marquette's
Tony Persha, who has approached
the 200 foot mark, against Wol-
verine Roy Christiansen.
Michigan will have a new entry
in the pole vault in the person of
gymnast Frank Adams, who has
been practicing consistently with
the squad to be in top shape to-
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