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THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1953

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE ThREE

Michigan

Tennis Squad Trounced by Spartans,

7-2

Sigma Chi Wins Water Polo;
South Quad Holds I-M Fete

* * *

4)

Nederlander Nets Lone
Wolverine Singles Win
State Annexes Top Two Doubles Matches;
Nederlander-Mills Record Doubles Victory

Wolverine Nine ToFaceNotreDame Today

Sigma Chi edged Sigma Phi Ep-
silon, 1-0, yesterday, to annex the
fraternity water polo champion-
ship.
Don Peterson took a tap from
Gene Knutson with only seconds
remaining in the first half and
jammed it past the Sig Ep goalee
for the game's only score. The Sig
Eps threatened throughout the
second half but Sigma Chi held
them off.
IN RESIDENCE halls softball,
Hinsdale beat Winchell House 6-3.
Gary Morrison hit two round trip-
pers for' the losers but Larry
Schleh's superb four-hit pitching
provided the difference.
In the day's other residence
halls softball game, Jack Lab-
rack pitched and batted Gom-
berg House to a 6-4 win over
Lloyd House.
Phi Chi gained a 9-5 win over
Phi Alpha Kappa in the profes-
sional fraternity league. Ed Shel-
don hurled for the winners and
Roy Goethe and Harrison Visscher
hit home runs in his support. Bob
Baker was the losing pitcher.
* * * .
IN THE SOCIAL fraternity divi-
sion, Delta Chi outslugged Delta
Upsilon 10-8. Roy Dutton hurled
for the victors and Roger Watson
was tagged with the defeat.

Phi Kappa Psi behind the
pitching of Dick Miller beat
Delta Kappa Epsilon, 6-4.
The rest of yesterday's I-M acti-
vities occurred behind the dinner
table at the South Quad Athletic
Banquet. Awards were presented
to the outstanding teams and in-
dividuals in the quad.
* * *
GOMBERG HOUSE was the re-
cipient of a majority of the tro-
phies. Their outdoor track, A and
B basketball and golf teams were
so honored. The House also won
the Hall Trophy which signifies
the all-year championship of
South Quad.
The award for the two most out-
standing individual athletes went
to Don Peterson and Jim McClurg
both of Gomberg House. Earl
Kaufman, also of Gomberg House
walked off with the trophy for the
man who contributed most to I-M
activities from the squad.
Taylor House broke the Gom-
berg monopoly by receiving the
award for the all-star team. The
Slater Trophy, given by Slaters
Book Store for the most valuable
player in the squad, was won by
Jim McClurg. Wally Weber and,
Earl Risky were among the list of
speakers.

BOB NEDERLANDER
... lone "M" winner

Gridders Return
Two former Michigan all-
American football players will
return to Ann Arbor this week-
end in conjunction with the
Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity's
30th aniversary celebration.
Benny Friedman, all-Ameri-
can quarterback in the late
twenties, and Merv Pregulman,
standout Wolverine lineman in
the forties, are the two mak-
ing a reappearance.
Pregulman is currently an
attorney in Lansing while
Friedman coaches the Brandeis
College gridders in Massachu-
setts.

By TED KAUFMAN
Michigan's six game victory
skein came to an abrupt end yes-
terday as the Spartan netmen put
the gut to the Wolverines 7-2.
In the number one singles match,
State's brilliant Stan Drobac whip-
ped Al Mann 6-2, 6-2. The MSC
sophomore showed remarkable
ability in placing his shots per-
fectly and had comparatively lit-
tle trouble in downing the Grosse
Pointe netter.
* * *
PETE PAULUS and Tom Belton
hooked up in a real thriller in
the number two slot. Belton emerg-
ed the victor in three sets 7-5, 1-6,
7-5. Paulus, behind through most
of the last set, fought back but
was outlasted by the State senior.
John Sahratian continued the
Spartan winning ways with a
7-5, 6-4 win over Dave Mills.
Mills also, was behind most of
the way but never could seem to
gain the final advantage he
needed.
In the number four singles,
Maury Pelto suffered his first re-
versal of the season at the hands
of Dick Roberts. The score was
6-3, 6-0. Roberts had little trouble
in handling Pelto's two-hand shots
and was master of play at the net.
* * *
JIM PORE handed Bob Paley his
first defeat by the score of 6-2,
6-0. Pore's experience in last year's
Western Conference tournament
really showed as he riddled the

court with a series of fine drives
that netted him the match.
Michigan's lone victory came
in the number six singles slot.
Bob Nederlander turned the
trick against MSC's Howard
Trier 6-3, 6-4. The first set was
won by Nederlander in easy fash-
ion, but the diminutive Spartan
fought to a four to two lead in
the second set before the M
netter put on a convincing four
game streak to cinch the match.
In the initial doubles match,
Pete Paulus teamed with Bob Paley
against State's Stan Droboc and
Tom Belton. The MSC combo, win-
ners of last year's Western Con-
ference doubles title, ran into stiff
opposition from the Wolverine net
pair.
THE FIRST SET was taken by
Drobac and Belton 6-4, but Paulus
and Paley fought back to take the
second set 6-1. In the deciding set,
the teams fought to a 2-2 tie be-
fore the State duo put on a final
burst which brought them the
match.
Dick Roberts and John Sahra-
tian, two other MSC singles win-
ners, combined to down Al Mann
and Bob Curhan in straight sets
6-1, 6-3. The "M" netters never
could seem to get started and fell
easy prey to the Lansing pair.
Bob Nederlander was involved
in Michigan's lone doubles win.
This time he teamed with Dave
Mills and together they soundly
beat the teafm of Jim Pore and
Howard Trier 6-1, 6-2.

WARREN WERTHEIMER
Michigan's baseball team leaves
today for an important three-day,
four-game journey through Indi-
ana.
The Wolverines will take on No-
tre Dame today in a non-confer-
ence tilt before meeting Purdue
on Friday and Indiana in a twin
bill Saturday.
* * *
WITH THE SEASON having but
two weeks to go, Ray Fisher's nine
finds itself in the position of need-
ing to win every remaining con-
ference game or stand little chance
of copping Big Ten baseball hon-
ors.
The schedule gives Michigan a
definite advantage this week-
end as it will be playing the two
teams which are tied for the
cellar with 0-8 records.
Jack Corbett, who has captured
two of three conference decisions,
is slated to hurl Friday's encoun-
ter while Jack Ritter and Dick
Yirkosky will probably handle the
doubleheader. The two southpaws
are both 1-1 against Big Ten op-
position.
* * *.
THERE is a slight chance that
Mary Wisniewski, ace Wolverine
lefthander, who has been out of
action with a sore arm for three
weeks, will see action over the
weekend. However Coach Fisher
would prefer not to take unneces-
sary chances with Wisniewski and
most likely will hold him out an-
other week.
Both Purdue and Indiana have
been plagued by pitching trouble
this season. No pitcher on either
squad can boast any better than
a six run E.R.A.
On Friday, Michigan will prob-
ably run into Dennis Blind or Ray
Rosenbaum, the only returning let-

the weekend junket will be made
today at South Bend, Indiana, for
an engagement with Notre Dame.
The Fighting Irish could prove
tough as they have early season
victories over both Illinois and
Ohio State to their credit.
Stan Konopka, star right-
handed hurler for Notre Dame,
is the likely mound nominee of
Coach Jake Kline.
Fisher plans to use his second-
line hurlers against the South
Bend nine. Garby Tadian will
start on 'the mound for Michigan.
Tadian has appeared in only one
conference game this year, hold-
ing Minnesota scoreless. for three
frames to gain credit for a 10-6
victory.
If Michigan continues to hit the
ball as it did last week, then its
chances of getting through the
weekend undefeated will be very
good. Sparked by Bruce Haynam,
the Wolverines piled up 33 runs in
three contests with Michigan
State. The diminutive Michigan
captain leads the regulars in bat-
ting with a .323 average.

BRUCE HAYNAM
... top hitter
* * *
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Bob Richards and Doug Bright
are scheduled to go to the hill
against Michigan in Saturday's
doubleheader at Bloomington.
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Illinois' unbeaten track team in-
vades Ferry Field this Saturday to
face Michigan in what promises to
be, a preview of the Big Ten out-
door track championships.
Leo Johnson's Illini sport a pow-
erful and well balanced team, at-
tested to by their 1953 Big Ten in-
door title, and 1952 conference out-
door laurels. They are headed by
three indoor title holders, Willie
Williams, Joel McNulty, and Stacey
Siders.
WILLIAMS is a double cham-
pion, having taken the indoor 60-
yard dash and low hurdles crown.
Saturday will find him in the 100
and the 220. Williams does the 100
in around 9.4, and the 220 in 21.6.
Fleet Illini hurdler Joel Mc-
Nulty, Big Ten king in the in-
door highs, will run in both the
highs and lows Saturday. He has
already done 14.0 in the 120 high
hurdles this spring, and has
skimmed the lows in 23.5.
Stacey Siders, Big Ten indoor

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again Saturday. Siders has already
turned in a time of 1:51.4 this
spring. Siders may be given a run
by his sidekick, Gene Maynard.,
a fast-improved junior.
* * *
ILLINOIS WILL provide Michi-
gan's George Lynch with plenty
of trouble in the two mile run in
the person of Walt Jewsbury.
Jewsbury is the Drake Relays 2-
mile king, running the distance in
9:23.5 on a water-soaked track.
Jewsbury also will run the mile.
The Orange and Blue are also
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with Tom Floyd as their threat.
Floyd holds a 24'1" mark, the
best in the conference so far.
The high jump will see Dick
Wham in the pit for Illinois.
Wham is replacing the great Ron
Mitchell, who is ineligible. In the
discus and shot put, Illini John
Bauier will oppose Fritz Nilsson,
while in the pole vault Illinois will
put forth Jim Wright, who has
gone over 13'6" for the third best
mark in the conference so far this
season.
* * *.
THE 440 SHAPES up as a battle
between Illinois' Ralph Fessenden
and Michigan's Jack Carroll, both
of whom go the distance in 48.2. A
jack of all trades for the Orange
and Blue who may give trouble is
Joe Corley. Corley competes in the
low hurdles, the sprints, and also
on the mile relay team.
All factors considered, it looks
like a rough afternoon is in store
for the Wolverines come Saturday
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