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THURSDAY, APRM 29, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THRLL

THUILSDAY, APRIL 29, 1954 THE MICHIGA1~ DAITV

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Delts' Haywood Limits
Psi Upsilon to One Hit

EADDY TOP HITTER:
'M' Baseball Squad Hosts Illini, Purdue
By PHIL DOUGLI,_

Ma jor League Standings

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shape again. Bickhaus and Flynn a
Last Inlning Single Spoils Try for No-hitter; Michigan baseball fans will get are both sophomores and still are ed
to 25-1 Victory their first taste of conference ac- questionmarks, th
Podhurst Leads Ta eltsto25tion this weekend as Ray Fisher's The Wolverine pitching staff 'F
By DAVE RORABACHER ~ ~ - Wolverines play host to Purdue should be well rested for this wl
Sigma, 8-6. Zeta Beta Tau gained and Illinois on Ferry Field. weekend's action, and Fisher p1
Cal Haywood hurled a one hit a 14-11 victory over Theta Xi in The third place Wolverines will will probably start his big three,
utout to lead Delta Tau Delta a seesaw contest in which the runs meet Purdue Friday afternoon at Jack Ritter, Jack Corbett and
a 3-0 win over Psi Upsilon in a came in spurts. 3:30 for a single contest, and then Marv Wisniewski in that order. F
aternity softball game yesterday The Hawaiians completely dom- Saturday double-header, starting Ritter threw a one-hitter at P
fternoon. n Rttrthrwa1nehite0a.
Striking out the side in the first, mated the play as they trampled a 0- * , , Wisconsin, Corbett spilled North-
nin fine style Trigon, 18-2. Delta Kappa Epsi- western on six hits, and Wisniew-
aywood continued lon came out on the top side as BOTH ILLINOIS and Purdueski dropped a 10-6 game to the I
ntil the sixth and final inning they handed Theta Delta Chi a 9-7 are presently tied for sixth place Wildcats in last week's action l\
hen he was denied a perfect defeat in the Big Ten standings with 1-2Wio
ame by catcher Ted Emerson, records. The Boilermakers con- * *
ho cracked out a single for Psi quered Minnesota, 3-2, but drop- WOLVERINE hitting is fl
psilon. also picking up as Don Eaddy In
ennis CTe pairand- climbed into the leading hitter's du
TeIllini have defeatded Iowa, 6 -5 spot in the batting averages with co
IN A FINE defensive game Phi . while losing a twin bill to Min-
amma Delta tied Sigma Phi, 4-4. H urt, TQI snesota, 4-0, and 2-1.

.333 overall mark. Eaddy pound-
d a long home-run last week into
ae stands at Chicago's Wrigley
eld, the home of the Cubs,
here the Northwestern tilts were j
ayed due to wet grounds at
'anston.

Chicago .....8
Detroit ......6
Washington ..6
Philadelphia .5
New York .., .5
Cleveland ....4
Boston ......4
Baltimore ....4

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Cincinnati .. .9 5 .643
St. Louis ....7 5 .583
New York ....7 6 .538
Brooklyn .....7 6 .538
Milwaukee ... .5 6 .455
Philadelphia ..5 6 .455
Chicago.......4 5 .444
Pittsburgh ....5 10 .333

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In other conference games
Friday, besides the Michigan-
Purdue clash here, single games
will be played with Illinois at
Michigan State, Wisconsin at
ndiana, Iowa at Minnesota, and
Northwestern at Ohio State.
Saturday double-headers will
nd Illinois here, Northwestern at
adiana, Iowa at Minnesota, Pur-
ue at Michigan State, and Wis-
nsin at Ohio State.
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Each team collected their four
runs in the first three innings af-
ter which it developed into a
pitchers' battle between Miack Cox
and Ted Conger of Phi Gam and
Sigma Phi respectively. The game
went into extra innings being call-
ed in the eighth due to time.
Tau, Delta Phi collected sev-
enteen hits as it overwhelmed
Alpha Phi Alpha, 25-1. The(
Tau Delt hitters were led by
Aaron Podhurst, who slammed
out two homeruns and a double
In four official times at bat.
Paced by Jim Bradley who drove
in four runs, Sigma Alpha Epsi-I
lon downed Phi Sigma Delta, 9-2.
The losers were deprived of a
promising rally when, with bases
loaded in the fifth, SAE's right
fielder, Mel Bernia, made a sensa-
tional shoestring catch.
IN AN extremely tight game,
Delta Sigma Phi gathered two
runs in the bottom of the fifth and
last inning to eke out a 5-4 victory
over Tau Kappa Epsilon. Paul
Finch, TKE's third sacker, made
several brilliant plays during the
encounter.
With Pa lG nrfFck dnin the

Weekend Tilts
The jinx hit the Michigan ten-
nis team yesterday and dealt a ser-
ious blow to the Maize and Blue !
hopes to garner the Big Ten crown
in 1954.
Al Mann, captain and number
one man on Bill Murphy's squad ,
was submitted to Health Service
yesterday afternoon for an inten-

The Boilermakers will be no
pushover, for they will probably
start star hurler Dennis Blind,
a right-hander who nipped Min-
nesota last week and who chuck-
ed an exhibition no-hitter at
Wabash. At the plate, the Rivets
are expected to be fairly strong,
sparked by sophomore center-
fielder Joe Sexson who has been
hitting at a .438 clip.
The Illini however are even
more dangerous. For the past two
years Coach Lee Eilbracht's ninej
has tied Michigan for the Big Ten
title, and as the season goes alongj
the Orange and Blue will un-
doubtedly get stronger as their;
younger pitchers gain experience.
ILLINOIS LOST three top-flight
hurlers through graduation, CliveI
Follmer, Carl Ahrens, and Jimj
Schuldt but Eilbracht still has
1952's top conference hurler Ger-
ry Smith to throw at the Wol-
verines, along with newcomers Jim'
Bickhaus and Jim Flynn. Smith,
a sharp lefty, had a sore arm last
season, but appears to be back in

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wlraui rons ygoing cueg T n'sBrs
mound chores, Sigma Alpha Mu - Bi e e1 R's Best
trounced Sigma Chi, 15-2. Led C
at the plate by Tom Kovan, the HIO pi n -io ate's
Samumies capitalized on the - - "shutout" pitching trio and Pur-{
rahespoorfitldiego theg-due's hard-hitting outfielder, Joe
rather poor fielding of the Sig- AL MANN Sexson, shared top ranking yes-
ma Chi team as they ran away . . . out indefinitely terday in the first release of Big
with the game.sett
Phi Kappa Sigma overran Phi sive physical examination. At the Ten baseball statistics.o
Kappa Tau, as pitcher Bob Hur- time of publication, the injury had Spotlighted was the combined
ley seemingly baffled the Phi Tau not been determined. A doleful efforts of pitchers Dick Finn, Paul
batters with his fast ball. Dean Murphy called it a serious blow Ebert and Harold Northrop who
Ludwig slammed out two homers to Michigan's chances, hurled 25 scoreless innings for the
and a single to spark the Phi * * * Buckeyes last weekend.
Kappa Sigma players at the plate. HOW LONG Mann will be miss- exson.600adae ageloop batters
Taking advantage of the occa- ing from the squad is problemat-
sional wildness of hurler Glen ical. That he will miss the week- COLLEGE BASKETBAL.
Thomet, Delta Upsilon beat Kappa end clashes, against Notre Dame Northwestern 6, Notre Dame 3
on Friday and Northwestern on - - - --
Saturday, is a certainty. How much
I M Scoreslonger he will be, absent from the!
HORSESHOES team is difficult to say at this
RESIDENCE HALLS 'time.
Allen-Rumsey 2, Cooley 1 The lirjeup change that will re-
Lloyd defeated Greene (forfeit)
Adams defeated Wenley (forfeit) sult will see every man on the First choice of
Anderson 2, Taylor 1 team move up one' notch. Thej£
Scott 2, Strauss 1 number six singles position will be.FORMAL
FRATERNITY filled by Ron Morgan who will also
Alpha Sigma Phi 2, Theta Chi l double with Bob Nederlander in
* * * doubles.

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TENNIS
RESIDENCE HALLS
Reeves defeated Wenley (forfeit)
Hayden defeated Strauss (forfeit)
FRATERNITY
Phi Delta Theta 2, Chi Phi 0
Psi Upsilon 2, Sigma Chi 1
PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY
Phi Chi 2, Phi Delta Epsilon 1
Nu Sigma Nu 3, Alpha Kappa Psi 0
Alpha Rho Chi defeated Delta Theta
Phi (forfeit)
Delta Sigma Delta 2, Alpha Chi Sig-
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SPORTS
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KEN COPP
Night Editor

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