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TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 190

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FAGE TIMEE

Wolverine Srin ootball ils Get Undi

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Michigan Ball Team Faces
Wayne Today at Detroit

By PHIL DOUGLIS
Michigan's defending NCAA
baseball champions wind up their
exhibition honeymoon this after-
noon as they take on Wayne Uni-
versity in Detroit.
This will ben the last exhibition
tilt for Ray Fisher's nine until
May 4th, when it takes a breather
from Big Ten play by playing Notre
Dame. This Friday Michigan opens
its Big Ten season at Madison,'
squaring off against Wisconsin's
rugged Badgers.¢
THE WOLVERINES split a pair
of games over thepast weekend,
as they routed Toledo, 14-4, while
losing to Western Michigan, 7-3.
The Kalamazoo debacle with
Western Michigan's Broncos saw
Michigan blow up in the eighth
inning and allow six Western
Michigan runs to dent the plate,
runs which broke up what had
been a well pitched game by
Wolverine Mary Wisniewski.
* ' '

Kinyon Named To Aid Line
Coaches; Over 100 Report
By HANLEY GURWIN
Missing from the first line wil
More than 110 prospective var- be Gene Knutson and Bob Topp
sity gridders and three new coach- regular ends, and Tad Stanford
es reported to Head Coach Bennie who also saw a good deal of action
Oosterbaan yesterday afternoon at at the end position; Jim Balog and
Ferry Field to begin Michigan's Dick Strozewski, tackles: Don
75th year bf spring football prac- Dugger. Dick Beison and Ron
tice. Williams u iardk and Ca tainT Dicd

AMERICAN LEAGUE

4 NATIONAL LEAGUE

MICHIGAN has won 10 out of
14 exhibitions as it heads into this
afternoon's tilt with the Tartars,
whom they routed in an Ann Ar-
bor engagement on April 13, 9-1.
Pacing the regular Michigan
hitters in the first 14 games is
pitcher-first baseman Jack Cor-
bett,who is batting a neat .354.
Corbett has banged out 17 hits in
48 trips to catch and pass team-
mate Don Eaddy, who was leading
the tiam in hitting following the
triumphal southern jaunt. Eaddy
is second however, with a .316,
mark. Tony Branoff, a non-regu-
lar, is the numerical leader, with}
a .385 mark.
Up to date Michigan batting

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Washington ..
Chicago .....
Boston .......
New York ....
Baltimore ....
Philadelphia,.
Cleveland,....

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3 2
3 3
3 3
3 3
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2 3

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.600
.500
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Philadelphia .. 4 2
Cincinnati .... 4 2
Brooklyn ..... 3 2
Chicago ...... 2 2
Pittsburgh .... 3 4
St. Louis ..... 2 3
Milwaukee ,... 2 3
New York .... 2 4

Major League Standings

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.600
.500
.429
.400
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In addition to new assistant line
coach Bob Hollway and assistant
backfield coach Don Dufek, who
were appointed to fill vacancies in
Oosterbaan's staff last week-end.
a third new assistant coach. Pete
Kinyon. was on hand to aid line,
coach Jack Blott.
y-Chuck Kelsey j *
D HEAVE-HO THE APPOINTMENT of Kinyon,
ERRY FIELD an outstanding guard for the Maize
and Blue gridders in 1951-52,
roundsout the Michigan coaching
12-0. staff.

.'Shaughness at et.K
O 'Shaughnessy at center.

averages are:
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Branoff ............1:3
Wisniewski ...........11
Corbett ..............48
Eaddy ................5
Cline................50
Tommelein...........34
Leach, D..............50
Ferrelli...............4
Ronan .4..

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'M' GRID CAPTAIN TED CACHEY GETS THE OL]
AS SPRING DRILLS SWING UNDERWAY AT FF
Wenley Rips Greene,
As Dulude Strikes Oi

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.385
.364
.354
.316
.300
.294
.280
.250
.250

* * *
THE 1953 BACKFIELD starters
whose presence will be sorely miss-
ed are Dick Balzhiser and Bob
Hurley at fullback, and Ted Kress
at left half.
Returning backfield lettermen,
besides Branoff and Baldacci,
include Dan Cline. Ed Hickey,
Stan Knickerbocker, halfbacks;
Fred Baer, fullback, and Dun-
can McDonald and Ray Kenaga,
quarterbacks. Both Branoff and
Cline will miss spring drill be-
cause they are members of Ray
Fisher's baseball team.
Nine lettermen returning to the
line include Ends John Veselenak
and Gerry Williams: Art Walker,
Bill Kolesar, Ron Geyer and Ed
Meads, tackles; Captain Ted Ca-
chey and Jim Fox, guards, and
John Morrow and John Peckham,
centers.

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NOT ONLY were the Wolverines Ritter............13 ,3 ,30
afflicted defensively, but they Lepley................55 11 .300
were once again shackled at the Benedict ..........,.47 A .148
plate, banging out only four hits. Pavichevich ..........24 4 .166
Earie i th wek th smePeterjohn............. 7 1 .143
Earlier in the week, the same Leach, B....... .. ooo
Western Michigan team held the Tadian................3 a .000
defending national champs to only Kuchka............... 1 0 .000
two hits. Perry................ 1 0 .000
Michigan pitching in the
Western Michigan game was not W *t S x
too bad, as Wisniewski had the Wite Sox Dow
game well under control until
the errors in back of him shook Yanks RedSox
his composure in the fatal )
eighth.
!g .By The Associated Press
The next afternoon, Michigan's
nine did a complete about face DETROIT-The Chicago White
as it smashed a hapless Toledo Sox shattered the Detroit Tiger's
nine into submission, 14-4. hopes for their fourth straight win
* *here yesterday by coming up with
A 14HIT onslaught by the Wol- a 5-1 victory on the strong right
verines, plus some brilliant hurl- arm of reliefer Harry Dorish, but
ing by Jack Ritter and Dick Peter- the Bengals still hold a slim %.)
john spelled doom for the Toledo game lead in the American League
squad. Ritter struck out 10, and race.
1xr irhit* * *I

By DAVE RORABACHER
Wenley House trounced Greene,
12-0, in a Residence Hall softball
game yesterday as Bob Dulude
pitched a brilliant one hitter.
Dulude was credited with thir-
teen strikeouts in five innings of
play, striking out the side in the
first two innings. He gave up only
fn Tigers. 5-1;
Spit Twin Bill

one hit, a single in the fourth, and
one base on balls in the fifth, these
being the only Greene men to get
on base.
* * *
BESIDES his stellar perform-
ance on the mound, Dulude also
starred at the plate hitting a
homerun, a double, and a single
in three times at bat,
Anderson4House beat Allen-
Rumsey, 6-4, as Don Highway
accounted for all of Anderson's
runs. Highway tripled in the
first inning with the bases load-
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Yesterday's workout was the
first of twenty practice sessions
which, according to NCAA rules,
must be held within the nextj
thirty days.
Faced with a major rebuilding
program due to the graduation of
14 of last year's 31 lettermen, the.
Wolverine coaches started the
spring practice off at a fast pace.
The players did a lot more than
just limber up as tackling drills.
blocking, ball handling, and pass
receiving all rated first-day atten-
tion.
* * *
ALTHOUGH Oosterbaan will
have a nucleus of 17 lettermen
from which to build his squad.
only two of this group were start-
ers in last season's final game with
Ohio State.
They are Tony Branoff at
right half and Lou Baldacci,I
quarterback. This means that
the Wolverine coaching staff will
have to, come up with an en-
tirely new first line and 50 per
cent of the starting backfield.

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the New York Giants, 7-5, and baseman bobbled the throw.
end a four game losing streak. Highway hit another triple in
the third and scored himself
SENATORS 4, ATHLETICS 3 later, He also hit a single in
WASHINGTON - The Wash- the fifth to give him a perfect
ington Senators climbed to with- record for the day.
in one-half game of the league'
leading Detroit Tigers as they In a lopsided game Gomberg
nipped the Philadelphia Athletics, trampled Adams, 13-3. Gomberg
4-3, on Eddie Yost's home run.
when it scored six runs on one hit
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gave up only one run, lourn ns
and three walks during his six
inning stint.
Sophomore Peterjohn hurled
only two innings and struck out
five of the six batters to face
him. A third Michigan hurler,
sophomore Mark Ferrelli, wasn't
as successful in his one inning
chore, as the Toledoans racked
him for three runs on three hits.
Michigan's defensive play in
this game was fairly sound, and
thus with outstanding hurling and
lusty hitting, the Wolverines came
out on the long end of the score.

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YANKEES 1, 5. RED SOX 2, 0
BOSTON - The New York Yan-
kees split a Partiot's Day double
header with the Boston Red Sox
Monday, taking the second game,
5-0, on Jim McDonald's one-hitter
after the Red Sox won the open-
er, 2-1.
PIRATES 7, GIANTS 5
NEW YORK -- The lowly
Pittsburgh Pirates scored five
runs on only one hit in the
third inning yesterday to whip

DODGERS 9. PHILLIES 7 and multiple walks and errors.
PHILADELPHIAa J-iebalgae HAYDEN whipped Lloyd, 5-0,
here last night with a seventh in- behind the solid pitching of Tex
ning homer as the Brooklyn Dodg- Kranner while Michigan won over
ers nipped the Philadelphia Phil- Strauss in a close game, 7-5.
lies, 9-7. With Doug Lootens hurling his
* * * brand of fast pitching, Taylor
CARDINALS 6, REDLEGS 3 romped over Reeves, 13-4. In a
ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis slow pitched, weak hitting game,
Cardinals smashed the Cincinna- Kelsey lost to Scott, 5-3.
ti Redlegs here, 6-3. last night as Hinsdale and Winchell tied, 8-8,
Stan Musial and Ray Joblonski in a tight contest. This game will
lashed back to back sixth inning be replayed from the beginning at
homerun to break up a tie game, a later date.

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waste-disposal system built into one of Du Pont's
new plants near Victoria, Texas. It is an example of
the unusual engineering problems which Du Pont
technical men encounter.
The "well" itself is almost a mile deep-4900 feet,
to be exact. Waste fluids from the plant are forced
down this well, to be absorbed by non-oil-bearing
sands-far below the level of any surface water.
Piping near ground level is in the form of concentric
shells, and fresh water is delivered to the annular

waste section. In this way, any leakage in the pipe
system causes fresh water to enter the surrounding
sands (or the inside waste system) and prevents
objectionable materials from reaching the sands at
surface levels.
Other interesting procedures are used throughout
Du Pont's many plants to guard against river pol-
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complete marine-life census on one river before a
plant was built nearby. The company wanted to be
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