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THURSDAY, MAY 29, 3953




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NCAA Playoffs Tomorrow

Michigan Net Team Opens
Play in Big Ten Tennis Meet

Michigan's baseball team, shar-
er of the Big Ten title for the sec-
ond consecutive season, will open
its quest of the National Collegiate
championship , tomorrow after-
noon, playing Ohio University at
Ferry Field.
The game starts at 3:30 p.m.
THE TWO. concluding games of
the best two out of three game
series to select NCAA playoffs'
District Four representative are
scheduled for Saturday afternoon
with the lidlifter beginning at 1:30
p.m. '
If rain should cancel either
day's competition, the tourna-
ment will automatically become
a one game knockout affair with
the winner of the first game be-
ing declared District champion.
The winner of the series will
enter the NCAA tournament to be
played in Omaha from June 11 to
June 15. This is Michigan's second
entrance into the tourney.
* * *
THE Wolverines were knocked
out in the district playoffs five
years ago by Western Michigan.
Coach Ray Fisher would like
to start ace righthander Jack
Corbett in the first game against
the Ohioans. Corbett, however,
picked up a sore shoulder pitch-
ing against Wisconsin last Fri-
day and may not be ready to
If this is the case, Jack Ritter,
Marv Wsiniewski and Dick Yir-
kosky will split the chucking
Ducat Sale
Students desiring additional
football tickets to Michigan's
six home games or to the three
away contests may -make ap-
plications beginning Monday
June 1, accompanied by cash,
at the Ferry Field Ticket Office.
Each student automatically re-
ceives one season ticket for the
home games at registration
next fall. Tickets to the three
away games, Michigan State,
Minnesota, and Illinois, will be
$3.60 each.
chores during the three game se-
ries, with Garby adian ready for
spot relief roles.
* * 4
WISNIEWSKI, out for almost
four weeks with a sore arm is
throwing easily again and will be
ready for a starting shot against
the Bobcats. His first post injury
pitching assignment ended un-
successfully last Saturday when
he was driven from the boxin the
second inning.
This was due, however, to lack
ofscontrol caused byainactivity.
tiHis 11/3 inning stint against the
Wildcats marked the first time
he had faced a batter since
April 26.

Frank Howell, regular center-
fielder, is on the injury list with a
bad foot. He injured it 6aturday
when he tripped over first base
trying to beat out an infield hit.
The left handed power hitter may
not be ready for tomorrow's series
* * *
OHIO, champions of the Mid-
American Conference, come to
Ann Arbor sporting a nifty 19
won and two lost record.
The Bobcats finished a half-
game ahead of Western Michi-
gan, a team which split two
games with the Wolverines dur-
ing the regular season. Western
beat Michigan at Ann Arbor
5-1, but Wisniewski turned back
the Broncos in Kalamazoo, 5-4.
Ohio beat Western Michigan
once 8-1 and dropped the return
match 8-0.
Either Don Kries or Jack Mell,
both righthanders, will hurl Fri-
day's series' opener against Mich-
igan. Kries racked up six wins
this spring without a setback, and
Mell won seven while suffering the
Bobcats' only two losses.
Students tickets to the NCAA
series cost 60 cents. Non-student
ducats are priced at $1.20.
Pasadena Pact
Renewal Sees
Formal Vote
By the Associated Press
CHAMPAIGN-The Big Ten is
expected to give formal approval
to a three-year renewal of the
Rose Bowl football pact at its
spring business meeting today.
Individually, six schools have
voted for renewal and four against
in balloting extended over the past
three months. Today's session on
the conference level presumably
will confirm this majority.
* * *
THE CURRENT three-year pact
with the Pacific Coast Conference
ends with the 1954 Rose Bowl
Schools favoring renewal are
Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Pur-
due, Iowa and Ohio State. Those
opposed: Minnesota, Northwest-
ern, Michigan State and Wiscon-
sin, 7-0 loser to Southern Cali-
fornia in the last Rose Bowl
Michigan State, top team in the
1952 Associated Press natonal foot-
ball poll, this fall becomes eligible
for Big Ten championship play for
the first time and can compete in
the Rose Bowl by winning the title.
If a hitch develops at today's
meeting of faculty representatives,
it may stem from Illinois' insist-
ence that a team may not play in
the Rose Bowl oftener than once
in three years.

TOP ATHLETE-The Michigan Daily Trophy to the outstanding
all-campus intramural athlete was presented yesterday to Don
Peterson (right) by new sports editor Ivan Kaye (left) while
intramural sports director Earl Riskey looks on.
Intramral A " l-Stars
In conjunction with the announcement of the All-Campus
Athlete yesterday, the Residence hali and Fraternity All-Star soft-
ball teams have been announced by the intramural department, and
they are as follows:
c-Howie Guggenheim-Pi Lambda Phi c - Diel Wright-Allen-Rumsey
lb-Dick Aspinwall-Alpha Tau Omega lb-Charles Heck-Hinsdale
2b-Warren Wertheimer-Sigma Alpha Mu 2b-Don Peterson-Gomberg
ss-Roger Mulier-Alpha Delta Phi ss-Dave Longworth-Williams
3b-Jerry Rovner-Pi Lambda Phi 3b-Tom Stapleton-Taylor
If-Joe Hipfel-Sigma Phi Epsilon If-Gary Morrison-Winchell
cf-Lee Krumbholtz-Chi.Psi cf-BobHitchmough-Hinsdale
rf-Tom Ehman-Alpha Sigma Phi rf-Dave Parks-Wenley
p-Bob Schmidt-Sigma Phi Epsilon p-Larry Schleh-Hinsdale
p-Jay Casemier-Lambda Chi Alpha p-Jack Labreck-Gomberg

Michigan opens play in the Big
Ten tennis meet this afternoon at
Evanston, hoping to improve on
the fifth place finish it registered
on the same Northwestern courts
last year.
The meet runs through Satur-
day when the finals will be held.
* * *
IN THE BEST shape they have
been all season, the Michigan net-
ters are strong contenders for third
place behind Indiana and Michi-
gan State. Also powerful enough
to be in the running for this spot
are Northwestern, Wisconsin, Pur-
due, and Iowa.
Michigan boasts a much
stronger squad than last season.
Although composed largely of
sophomores and juniors it has
staged creditable performances
in dual meets, becoming exper-
ienced as the campaign pro-
Probably the most improved
players on the team are Pete Paul-
us and Bob Nederlander. Paulus,
a novice to varsity play, after los-
ing his first three meets in the
number one spot was shifted to the
second slot. Here he overcame the
early season uneasiness which had
been troubling him and settled
down to take six of his eight re-
maining contests.
* * *
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tion mark as a number six man
but quickly showed he could fill
the job. He recorded seven straight
wins before dropping a match to
Indiana's Dick Bennett, his only
loss of the season.
Occupying the number one
spot for the second straight Con-
ference meet, Al Mann will have
to overcome players such as
Spartan Stan Drobac and Iowa's
Norm Barnes, both of whom beat
him out last time. Drobac and
Eli Glazer of Indiana have
downed Mann decisively in dual
meet competition.
Two seniors playing for the last
time under the Maize and Bluc
colors, Dave Mills and Maury
Pelto, go as usual in the third and
fourth slots. They have strength-
ened the Wolverines considerably
in their only season of varsity play.
Number five man, "Pancho"
Bob Paley, erratic but experienced,
rounds out the lineup; the doubles
roster also remains unchanged.

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