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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TIIUE

BEST SINCE 1951:
Diamond Squad Wins Sevenin South

b Michigan's baseball team warm-
ed up for the defense of its West-
ern Conference and NCAA titles
with its most successful southern
tour in three years.
The Wolverines finished the
nine game trip with seven wins
'M on Airwaves
Today' s baseball game be-
tween Michigan and the Uni-
versity of Detroit will be
broadcast at 3:25 p.m. over
station WCBN.
and two defeats, their best record
since 1951, when they lost only one
game on a six game' tour.

COACH Ray Fisher's men came
out on the short end of a 1-0
score against Delaware and ab-
sorbed a 5-2 defeat at the hands
of the George Washington Uni-
versity squad. The Wolverines top-
pled Georgetown, 15-9; Quantico
Marines, 4-2 and 8-2; Fort Bel-
voir, 4-2 and 2-0; and Virginia,
12-5 and 13-6.
Jack Corbett, Mary Wisniew-
ski, and Jack Ritter paced the
pitching staff as was expected.
The three hurlers garnered two
wins apiece to account for all
but one of the Wolverine vic-
tories.
Ritter and Wisniewski pitched
especially well in their two ap-

pearances. Ritter stuck out 14 bat-
ters in the Georgetown contest and
copped the first game with Fort
Belvoir on five-hit pitching, strik-
ing out 12.
* * *.
WISNIEWSKI came up with the
top performance of the tour shut-
ting out Fort Belvoir on one hit
in the second game of the series.
Mark Ferrelli was the other
Michigan winner, taking the
second game against Virginia.
Third baseman Don Eaddy pac-
ed the Wolverine batters with a
sparkling .342 average.
Corbett, who plays first base
when he isn't pitching, also show-
ed well at the plate, hitting .316
and scoring 11 runs to lead the
team in that department.
At the end of the nine-game
trip the Wolverine batting aver-

Leach Gains.
Sole'M' Run
On Wak Hit
(Continued from Page 1)
The lads from Kalamazoo, who
split a series with Michigan NCAA
champs last year, turned in two
defensive gems yesterday, both
plays coming in the eighth inn-
ing.
Catcher Duane Emaar, the
day's leading hitter with three for
four, vaulted into his own dugout
to snare Tony Branoff's pop foul,
and several minutes later Nagle
raced back to the fence to spear
an apparent homerun shot off the
bat of Howard Tommelein. It was
a catch that sent the crowd roar-.
ing, as he lunged over the wall to
grab the ball, nearly impaling
himself in the process.
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By DAVE GREY
Phi Delta Theta had to come
from behind twice to edge Trian-
gle, 10-7, in a- social fraternity
softball game, played at South'
Ferry Field yesterday afternoon.1
The Engineers got off to a four
run lead in the first inning via a
hit batsman, four walks, and an
error. The winners rallied to go
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The Montreal Canadiens scored
three goals in two minutes and
eighteen seconds of the second pe-
riod last night and went on to
top the Detroit Red Wings, 4-1,
and even their Stanley Cup final
series at three wins each.
Playing on their home ice, the
Canadiens were never threatened
after Floyd Curry netted his sec-
ond goal of the evening at 14:25
of the second period. His second
counter climaxed a Montreal scor-
ing spree which was started by
Bernie "Boom-Boom" Geoffrion,
who flashed the red light behind
the Detroit goal at 12:07 of the
second period. Curry followed
quickly with his two goals to give
the Canadiens a commanding leadl.
. * * *
THE'LONE Red Wing goal came
early in the third period on a
solo effort by Metro Prystal.
As the Red Wings were apply-
ing the pressure in hopes of
tying the contest, the Canadiens'
Maurice "Rocket" Richard took
a pass from Elmer Lach and
raced down the ice to score at
10:05 and clinch the win.
The final game of the series
will be played Friday night at De-
troit.

ahead on a series of walks, steals,
and defensive errors, only to have
Triangle's John Denman belt al
three-run homer, the first hit off
Phi Delt pitcher Dick "Clint"
Cortney.
JOE YOPE hit the second of his
two home runs to put Phi Delt
back into the game, and Cortney
later clinched it with a run-scor-
ing double to left field.
Bob Schmidt of Sigma .Phi
Epsilon, although bothered by
wildness, gave up but two hits
while pitching his team to an
8-4 win over Sigma Nu. He
walked five, struck out five, and
also collected two of the nine
Sig Eps safeties.
Alpha Delta Phi whipped Alpha
Sigma Phi, 14-0, with Bob Schlea
spinning a one-hitter and strik-
ing out seven men, while Alpha
Tau Omega was easily beaten by
All men interested in play-
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--Bill Wasson
Beta Theta Pi, 16-3. Beta's pitch-
er, Gordon Tarrant, allowed only
three hits.
THREE CHI PSI hurlers com-
bined to pitch a no-hitter in a
17-1 rout of Zeta Psi. In another
game, Alpha Epsilon Pi collected
16 hits, including homers by Carl
Loesberg, Marvin Gersuk, Dave
Kroll, and Barry Kroll, and 22
runs as opposed to 7 markers for
Delta Chi.
Two other contests saw Lambda
Chi Alpha edge Kappa Alpha Psi,
6-5, and Theta Chi rally with 4
runs in the fifth inning and one
in the sixth to squeak out a 9-8
triumph over Chi Phi.
Phi Kappa Psi won its game by
forfeit over Phi Sigma Delta, and
Pi Lambda Phi won by forfeit
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The Detroit Tigers, behind the
air-tight pitching of Steve Gro-
mek, whitewashed the Baltimore,
Orioles, 3-0, yesterday, in their
first opening-day victory. since
1950.
All three of the Bengals runs
were homers as Ray Boone, Walt
All men interested in taking
part in spring basketball prac.
tice, please report to the In-
tramural Building today at 3:30
p.n..
--Bill Perigo
Dropo, and rookie Frank Bolling
hit circuit clouts.
THE RABBIT BALL also put in
an appearance in Washington as
Mickey Vernon blasted one of Al-
lie Reynolds' pitches out of the
park in the tenth inning to give.
the Senators a 5-3 victory.
A record crowd of 31,026
turned out at Comiskey Park,
but the White Sox dropped an
8-2 decision to- the Cleveland
Indians. Billy Pierce, ace Pale
Hose southpaw, was chased by a
15-hit attack. Early Wynn pitch-
ed steady nine hit ball for the
Indians.
The combined efforts of Giants'
stars Willie Mays and Sal Maglie,
a longtime Dodgef nemesis, nipped
Brooklyn, 4-3.
*. 0
DEL ENNIS lost a high fly in
the sun that touched off a four
run Pittsburgh rally as the Pir.ates
beat the Phillies and Robin Rob-
erts, 4-2.

Milwaukee's highly . touted
pitching staff folded as the Cin-
cinnati Reds pounded out 13
hits in a 9-8 triumph. Ed Math-
ews, home run king in the Na-
tional League last year, got off
to a good start with two round-
trippers. Jim Greengra-s, Cin-
cinnati's left-fielder, tV-d a Na-
tional League record by belting
four doubles in five times at
bat. Saginaw's Bob Buhl start-
ed for the Braves and left for
the showers in the third inning.

Paul Minner pitched a brilliant
six-hitter to give the Chicago
Cubs and rookie manager Stan
Hack an easy 13-4 victory over
the St. Louis Cardinale. Clyde
McCullough, Gene Baker, and
Minner hit home runs.
* * *
The Philadelphia Athletics won
a costly game from the Boston
Red Sox, 6-4. Eobby Shantz, the
A's star hurler, had to retire in
the sixth inning after throwing
one pitch to Billy Goodman.

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