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Greene House Nips
Hayden Wins On No-Hitter;
Reeves Conquers Williams

Taylor in

Quad Softball Tilt
OSU, Purdue Impress in Links Meet

Greene House came from behind
yesterday to upset Taylor House,
5-4, and knock them from the un-
beaten ranks in intramural soft-
ball at Ferry Field.
When Taylor took the field be-
hind their reliable pitcher, Doug
Lootens and two runs ahead, it ap-
peared to be the same story of*
walking away with another game.
Not until the second inning did the
Greene's come to life with Duncan
Dunlap's smashing double, driving
in two men and then scoring him-
self on a Taylor error.
IN THE fourth inning, Tom Sta-
pleton drove in one run to tie it
up for Taylor but the next half
featured a triple by Dunlap again,
this time driving in Chuck Cri-
men and giving Greene the win.
In another major game, Cool-
ey House behind the six hit
pitching of Norm. Kiel handed
Allen Rumsey a humiliating de-
feat scoring ten runs on six
hits and seven errors.
Cooley put across three runs in
the first inning and with Chuck
Kuivenen's triple in the fourth
driving in another two runs. For
the losers the best that could be
done was a well placed double off
the bat of Jack Decou, driving in
Sid Dickstein for the only score.
* *
BEHIND THE brilliant no-hit
pitching of Garry Boe, Hayden
House whitewashed Hinsdale, 9-0.
The classy pitcher struck out eight
batters in four innings of play.

The Big hitters for Hayden were
Bob Reid with a tripple in the sec-
ond inning and Ray Jasinski with
another tripple in the third.
John Baxter's grand slam
home run in the first inning was
just what Reeves House needed
to put them in the mood to swat
out a 12-2 victory over Williams.
From there Reeves blasted across
seven runs in the first inning and
five in the second. Pitcher Sam
Geivercer held Williams House to
two hits.
* * *
IN ONE OF the closest ball
games of the day Adams House
squeezed past Scott by a score of
7-6. Micky Franko began by slam-
ming a home run to center field
for Adams in the first inning with
one on. Adams caught fire in the
fifth when they scored four runs
on three singles and one error.
Scott House started off. with
two runs in the first and was
not able to catch the winners
in spite of their heads-up brand
of playing.
In another game, Tex Kranner
lead Lloyd House to a 14-0 triumph
over Winchell with his fast pitch-
ing and powerful hitting,
Van Tyne House of South Quad
defeated Kelsey 7-3, behind the
masterful pitching of George
Hoaglin. Robbin Ollivier drove in
two runs with his tripple in the
first inning.
Other scores were :
Phychology 6, Physics 4
WRRC 4, Political Science 6
Headliners 5 SAM 2

Ohio State and Purdue appear
to be the teams to beat for the,
Western Conference golf title.
This was plainly established at
Columbus, Ohio last Saturday
when the favored Buckeyes placed:
first in a quadrangular meet with

Ohio's Frank Guarasci and
Purdue's Dick- Norton shared
medal honors with 143's. Lead-
ing scorer for the third-place
Wolverines was captain Jack
Stumpfig, who shot a 73-77--

the Boilermakers, Michigan and
tndean.cga "Jack is hitting the ball very!
*. * * well and would ,have been right up
ALTHOUGH second-place Pur- there with the winners if his putt-
due was beaten decisively, they
showed enough strength to be clas- ! Spring practice sessions for

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last night as new senior sports editors

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Initial Performance Raises
Hopes of 'M' Tennis Squad'
By ALAN EISENBERG performance was turned i
An impressive performance by Paley who upset John H
the University of Michigan ten- in the number three single
nis team against Indiana, Big Ten
champion for two years running, 6-2, .6-3. Hironimus,
on Saturday has instilled hopes champ in the number two
in the hearts of Wolverine sup- year, was played well be
porters that this might be the year Much of this was due to tl
in which the Maize and Blue might ling play of Paley, who c
reign supreme over the Western forced Hironimus to err.
Conference. « « *
In an abbreviated match, cut THE OTHER Wolverin
short by a torrential downpour, was credited to Pete P
Coach Bill Murphy's squad held defeating Western C
the defending champs to a 2-2 champion Duane Gomer,
deadlock. At the time of the out- Paulus showed a well
burst, Michigan netters were lead- game A great portion a
jng in the two matches being play- fectiveness was due to an
ed. serve and good net play.
MURPHY WAS well pleased The two Indiana victor
with the showing of his team. when Bob Martin bested
Deeming it an excellent start, he and Bob Barker defeated
was disappointed when the match erlander. Mann, usually a
was cancelled. It was the general player tried, in this matc
consensus of opinion that had the the "big game" as he r
match continued, the Maize and net. Unaccustomed to thi
Blue -had an excellent chance of attack Mann made mar
upsetting the Hoosiers. Nederlander was hurt ba(
wind which made his lob
Of the remaining matches to effective.
be played, the majority felt that Bob Mitchell and Bob
the Wolverines would have cop-
ped the two singles matches, leading 2-0, and 1-0, res
and at least one, if not more, of at the time the rains cam
the doubles matches, no signs of nervousness
Probably the most surprising formed creditably.

n by Bob
es match,
Big Ten
slot last
elow par.
he spark-
ne victory
aulus. In
7-5, 6-3,
f his ef-
ries came
Al Mann
Bob Ned-
a baseline
h to play,
ushed the
is type of
ny errors.
dly by the
shots in-
e, showed
and per-

Named New
Sports Head
David Livingston was appoint-
ed the new Sports Editor of The
Michigan Daily by the Board in
Control of Student Publications
last night.
The new Associate Sports Edi-
tors for 1955 are Hanley Gurwin
and Warren Wertheimer.
* * *
A JUNIOR, majoring in eco-
nomics, Livingston will take over
the spot vacated by Ivan Kaye. The
new Sports Editor is affiliated with
Kappa Sigma fraternity and is
secretary of that organization.
Hailing from Van Wert, Ohio, the
20-year-old Livingston hopes to
go into the field of personnel ad-
Hanley Gurwin, one of the As-
sociates appointed last night, is
a junior majoring in pre-legal
studies. A product of Redford
High School in Detroit, Gurwin
is a member of Tau Delta Phi
fraternity where he held the
position of vice-president.
Warren Wertheimer was also
appointed Associate Sports Editor
at the Student Publications Build-
ing last night. A member of Sigma
Alpha Mu fraternity, Wertheimer
is a 20-year old junior from Brook-
lyn, New York. Majoring in jour-
nalism while at the University,
Wertheimer hopes to make sports-
writing his occupation.
Gurwin and Wertheimer will oc-
cupy the positions held by one
man this year, Paul Greenberg.
Henry Best Rookie
MONTREAL -(R)-Outstanding
performances in the second half
of the season earned Camille Hen-
ry, diminutive forward of the New
York Rangers, the Calder Memor-
ial Trophy as the National Hockey
League's outstanding rookie.
Earl (Dutch) Reibel of the De-'
troit Red Wings finished second
with 77 points and Jean Beli-
veau of Montreal was third with
44 points.
Henry was named for the honor
yesterday as he polled 99 out of a
possible 180 points in a poll of
writers and broadcasters.

OSU Diamondmen Lead
Big Ten; Michigan Third

sified as a top contender for the
championship. If Saturday's play
may be considered a criteria, how-
ever, the Buckeyes stand an excel-:
lent chance of dethroning the Boil-
ermakers, last year's champs.
Highly impressed with the
winners was Michigan 'mentor
Bert Katzenmeyer. "Ohio State
is as well-balanced as anyone
could expect a college team to
be," he said.
"When the two men alternating
in their sixth position shoot a total
of 148," he continued, "you can't
help talking highly of them."
* * * .
LARRY HARPER, with a. 75,
and Mel Woelfling, with a 73, shar-
ed the sixth-slot duties for the
Buckeyes in the morning and aft-
ernoon rounds, respectively. These
were their "weak" golfers.

Ohio State's diamond squad
jumped off to an early lead in the
Big Ten title fight with a three-7
game sweep of its series with In-
diana at Columbus, Ohio, last
The Buckeyes registered three
straight shutouts at the expense
of their visitors from Blooming-
ton, Ind., coasting to an 8-0 win
Friday and 2-0 and 5-0 victories
in Saturday's doubleheader.
NEAR-PERFECT pitching by
Paul Ebert, Dick Finn, and Hal
Northrop sparked the Ohio State
wins. The trio held the Hoosiers
runless for 25 innings, with Ebert
and Northrop registering a total
of 24 strikeouts in the Saturday
tilts. Northrop, a newcomer, lim-
ited Indiana to only three hits in
the seven-inning nightcap.
The only other team to emerge
undefeated from the weekend
encounters was Michigan State,
which conquered Northwestern,
4-0, on Friday and was rained
out of Saturday's doublebill
with Wisconsin.y
With hurler Bud Erickson toss-
ed a brilliant two-hitter, the Spar-
tans used five hits and four Wild-,
cat errors to push all four runs
across in the seventh inning of
Friday's contest. Michigan State
and the Badgers battled to a 3-3
tie in Saturday's tilt, which was
halted at the end of 13 innings
due to rain. The second contest
was also washed out.
* * *
IOWA's heavy-hitting Hawkeyes
found themselves in a third-place
tie with Michigan and Minnesota
after sweeping a doubleheader
from Purdue, 935 and 7-1. The
Hawkeyes pounded Purdue pitch-
ing for seven home runs in the
two contests, with Don Waldron
and Bob Miller each clouting two.r
In Friday's conference opener
the Iowa team outhit Illinois{
12-5, but bowed to the Illini,
6-5. Ron Ultes
Minnesota handed the co-titlist
Illini a double defeat in Saturday's
tilts. Paul Giel and Ron Craven;
hurled the Gophers to 4-0 and 2-1
wins witnessed by the Illini home
fans in Champaign, Ill.
* * *.
IN A FRIDAY tilt with Purdue,
a ninth-inning Minnesota rally

fell short and the Boilermakers'
edged the Gophers, 3-2.
After the first weekend of con-
ference competition the Big Ten

diamond standings are:
Ohio State ......3 0
Michigan State . .1 0
MICHIGAN ....2 1
Iowa..........2 1
Minnesota ......2 1
Illinois .........1 2
Northwestern 1 2
Purdue ...... .1 2
Wisconsin......0 1
Indiana........0 3

Pct. GB
1.000 -
1.000 1
.667 1
.667 1
.667 1
.333 2
.333 2
.333 2
.000 2
.000 3





Bowlers To Roll
In Big Ten Meet
Michigan's entry to the Big Ten
Bowling Tournament to be held
this coming Saturday at Madison,
Wisconsin was determined Sun-
day at the Michigan Union alleys
as an 18 line qualifying roll-off
was completed.
The team will consist of Nonny
Weinstock, Chuck Barnhart, Gene
Dutil, Hanley Gurwin, and Mick-
ey Lewiston.
* * *
WEINSTOCK led the parade of
qualifiers with a total pinfall of
3294, an average of slightly under
180 per game. Dutil came in sec-
ond with 3224, followed by Barn-
hart, 3215, Gurwin 3144, and Lew-
iston 3141.
I Prizes galore!


prospective cheerleaders will be
held May 3 to May 14. Practice
will be from 4-5 p.m. at the
Sports Building. All those inter-
ested, please report at 4 p.m.,
Monday, May 3.
-Bill Winkler
ing was as sharp as usual." said
A BIGGER question mark than
ever is Tad Stanford. Stanford,
counted on to be one of Michi-
gan's mainstaysbthis season, has
been plagued by a shoulder injury
sustained in the football season.
The pain grew worse Saturday in
the afternoon round, but the Mid-
land, Michigan senior finished out
his eighteen holes. It could be that
the 36-hole grind may be too much
for his shoulder to take,

Especially pleasing to the Wol-
verine coach was the play of
Chuck Blackett. Blackett had
one bad nine in the morning, but
came back with three good ones
for a 157 total, his best of the
season. Katzenmeyer believes
that this good showing will in-
still enough confidence into the
sophomore to make him realize
his fine potentialities.
Indiana, which finished fourth
in the meet, does not appear to be
strong enough to be in contention
for Big Ten honors. Phil Elliot,
the number one man, shot a good
152, but the Hoosiers failed to im-
press beyond that point.
The slow-starting Wolverines
now have a season's record of
two won and four lost. Satur-
day's meet was scored as individ-
ual team competition, with
Michigan picking up one win for
placing ahead of Indiana, but
losing two by being beaten by
Ohio and Purdue.
A further indication of the
Maize-and-Blue's comparative
strength in the Conference may
come this Saturday, when 'they
travel to Lafayette, Indiana to
meet Purdue, Illinois and Ohio
State in another quadrangular

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