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FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Wolverine Netters To Meet Baseball, Track Squads

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noosiers at Indiana T oday

Entertainat Home Today
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By TED KAUFMANI
The Michigan tennis squad faces
"one of its toughest opponents of
the season this afternoon, as it
meets Indiana at Bloomington.
The Hoosier netters copped the
Big Ten title last year and they
4 have a"good chance of repeating
their success this year.
INDIANA HAS lost five men
from the team which won 13 of
its 16 meets last year. They in-
clude Bob Burnham, who played
number one singles and Bob Mar-
jtin and Tom Lynch, number five
and six singles men respectively.
The nucleus of this year's
squad is made up of three re-
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turning veterans, Eli Glazer,
Duane Gemer, and John Hir-
enimus, all three of whom were
conference champions last year.
Glazer, Gemer, and Hirenimus
together compiled an excellent 36
won, 10 lost record last season.
Other Hoosier laurels were the
winning of the Conference number
two and three doubles titles by the
Hirenimus-Lynch and Gemer-Mc-
Dowell combos.
WITH THE loss of Burnham,
Glazer has moved up to the num-
ber one slot and Gemer and Hiren-
imus likewise have been moved up
accordingly. Bennett and Barker
fill the four and five positions,
while Edgar Harrison, a transfer
student from Georgetown Univer-
sity is playing number six singles.
The current doubles pairings
list Glazer with Gemer, Hireni-
mus playing with Harrison, and
Bennett with' Barker, in that
order. Hoosier coach, Dale Lewis,
felt at the start of the season
that the team would be strong
again, but a repeat champion-
ship would depend on the per-
formance of the four, five, and
six singles men.
So far this year in Coiference
play, the Hoosiers have won all
but one match. This defeat came
at the hands of the powerful Mich-

igan State Spartans. State
six out of the nine matches.

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'', Badger
Teams Play
Crucial Tilt'
By WARREN WERTHEIMER
All the blue chips are up for
grabs.
Whether Michigan's baseball
team will get any will be decided
this week-end as the Wolverines
play at home against Wisconsin in
a single tilt today and ,North-
western in a double-header to-
morrow.
MICHICAN will have to win all
three or stand very little chance
of gaining any part of the West-
ern Conference baseball title. Any
one of four teams has a good
chance to take the Big Ten crown
while two others have slim chances.
At present Illinois leads the pack
with an 8-2 nark, a half game
ahead of Iowa and a full game
ahead of Michigan and Ohio State,
who are tied for third.
The week-end schedule for
the contenders sends Ohio State
to Minnesota today and to Iowa
for a doubleheader tomorrow.
Minnesota entertains Illinois
and Michigan State plays host
to Wisconsin in doubleheaders
tomorrow also.
CoachRay Fisher will be send-
ing Jack Corbett, Marv Wisniew-
ski, and Jack Ritter or Dick Yir-
kosky to the mound in hopes of
sweeping the three games. Corbett,
who has a 3-1 conference record,
will probably hurl today's game.
The righthanded junior has given
up but five earned runs in fourj
full games.
HERE IN Ann Arbor today, the
most likely pitching choice for
Wisconsin is Ron Unke. The Bad-
ger ace has won three and has
yet to lose against Big Ten oppo-
sition.
In tomorrow's twin affair,
Marv Wisniewski will be mak-
ing his first appearance since
decisioning Illinois the first
week of the Western Conference
season. Wisniewski's sore arm
haa given him no trouble dur-
ing workouts this past week and
Fisher feels that he is ready to
,go.
In the other game it will be
Ritter or Yirkosky. The two left-
handers have both been in three
games, but Yirkosky hurled two
complete contests while Ritter has{
failed to finish. Ritter is 1-0 and"
Yirkosky has split even in two de-
cisions though his last time out
he threw a four hit shutout
against Michigan State.

M~ajor League
Standings

LOU VARGHA
... Spartan speedster

MSC Contest
Last of Year
At Michigan
By PHIL DOUGLIS
Karl Schlademan's Michigan,
State track squad moves into Fer-
ry Field this afternoon at 4:00
p.m. to take on Michigan in the;
final dual meet of the outdoor sea-,
son here.
Thewell-balanced Spartan
squad has won two out of three
outdoor dual meets this season,
losing only to Illinois, 89-43, while
drubbing Penn State, 89-47, and
whipping Wisconsin last week,
841/3-47%.
* * *
THIS afternoon's meet will fea-
ture a 440-yard duel between Mich-
igan's Jack Carroll, and Spartan
Lou Vargha. Vargha is undefeated
in dual meet 440 competition, and
holds the Michigan State record
of 48.2. Carroll is Big Ten indoor
champ, and has turned in a 48.1
Another sizzling race on tap
for track fans this afternoon will
be the mile run, which pits
conference champ John Ross
against State's Jim Kepford.
Ross holds the conference's
best time so far, with his 4:11.4
effort against Illinois last week.
Vargha will also be the man to
watch in the 220-yard dash, for
he has turned in the top mark in
conference this year with a time of
:21.5. Ross Coates, who has done
the distance in 22 seconds fiat.
will probably challenge him for the
Wolverines.
* * *
STATE'S John Corbelli will
give Van Bruner and Jim Love a
real battle for honors in the high
and low hurdles. Bruner and Cor-
belli share the mark of :14.9 as
their best time in the highs this
season, while Corbelli has done
:23.9 in the lows. However, Love
has a far better mark of :23.4 in
the lows, which is tops in the Big
Ten.
In the 100-yard dash, Spartan
Bob Rossi, who has done :09.9
will probably challenge Coates,
whose top mark this season is
a swift :09.7.
Dick Jarrett will be the main
MSC threat in the 880 for he has
been clocked in the excellent time
of 1:54.1. However, John Ross,
Wolverine runner, has also run the
distance in that same time and
should prove strong competition
for Jarrett.

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Alpha Sigma
Phi Wins IM
Horseshoes
Alpha Sigma Phi defeated Sig-
ma Phi Epsilon in a horseshoe
quarter-finals match yesterday af-
ternoon, by the score of 2-0.
The team of Lou Daniel and Ray,
Walmouth won its match by
scores of 21-3 and 21-16. Al Smith
and Al Magnus teamed up to win
their match, 21-12, 21-18.
In another horseshoe match,
Sigma Chi edged Phi Delta Theta,
2-1. Sigma Chi's first team, con-
sisting of Charlie Hattevay and
John Matchefts won their in-
dividual match in three games,
21-7, 18-21, and 21-14.

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Marked by I
The numerous fencing duels
provoked on campus the last two
days have been caused by mem-
bers of the Alpha chapter of the
Scimitar national fencing frater-
nity,
During their annual "hazing pe-
riod," a Scimitar neophyte must
challenge a fellow member to a
duel upon meeting him on cam-
pus. All actives carried foils for
the duration of the period.
THE FENCING club has been
newly reactivated this semester
after a number of years "on and
off" the Michigan campus. Present
membership stands at 15.
Dr. Mlaurice Brull, advisor for
the club, boasts a long string of
titles from France, which more
than qualify him for the job of
advisor.

Return of Fencing Club

Many Duels
In 1941 he was rated among the
top ten amateurs in France's na-
tional rankings. That year Brull
took the Paris Intercollegiate Foil
and Epee championship ,nd the
French National Intercollegiate
Foil title.
THE SUCCEEDING year showed
him capturing the French Nation-
al Intercollegiate Epee trophy to
go along with his 1941 winnings.
New officers for the fencing club
wvere also recently announced with
Mike Gregoric elected to occupy
the president's chair for the com-
ing semester. Howard Cameron
takes on the vice-presidency while
Phil Kearney is Secretary-Treas-
urer. The Corresponding Secre-
tary's position went to John Smith.

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Chicago
Boston
Cleveland
Washington
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Detroit

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12 .556
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18 .455
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24 .273

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 6, Washington 5
Philadelphia 9, Boston 0
(only games scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Detroit (night) - Rogo-
vin (2-4) vs. Houtteman (1-3)
Philadelphia at boston (2)-Kellner
(5-3) and Fricano (0-0) vs. Par-
nell (5-0) and Nixon (0-0)
New York at Washington - Raschi
(2-3) vs. Porterfield (4-3) St. Louis
at Cleveland (night)-Littlefiield
(2-2) vs. Lemon (3-4)

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Philadelphia 17 10 .630
Milwaukee 16 10 .615
St. Louis 16 11 593
Brooklyn 17 13 .56;
New York 16 15 .516
Pittsburgh 11 19 .367
Chicago 9 16 .360
Cincinnati. 8 16 .333
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 7, Brooklyn 2
St. Louis 11, Cincinnati 9
Pittsburgh "r, Philadelphia 2

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Brooklyn at New York-Erskine (4-1)
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Philadelphia at Pittsburgh-Konstan-
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Milwaukee at Chicago-Spahn (2-1)
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Cincinnati at St. Louis (night) -
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