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PANE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRMAY, APRIL 30, 1954

PAGEl TWO THE MICHIGAN. DAILY FRIDAY, APRIL11 3(11111 1=11111111111119540

Kelley Cops Two NHL Awards
Red Kelly of the Detroit Red Kelly won the Norris Trophy for
Wings became the second man in being the regular defensive played
National Hockey League history "who demonstrates throughout
to win two trophies in one year the season the greatest all-round
when it was announced yesterday ability." The Lady Byng Trophy
that the James Norris Memorial was given for showing the best
Trophy and the Lady Byng Tro- type of sportsmanship during the
phy had been awarded to him. I season.

. Ni e Engages Purdue
In First Home Big Ten Tilt

TODAY THRU
SUNDAY

ORPHEUM

Fri. 6:45
Sat.-Sun. 1:30
50ac

THAT " ANNA" GAL HAS THAT YEN AGAIN!

SI LYANAE
tS BAK ... 1IN HER NEW

By DON LINDMAN
Michigan baseball fans will have
their first opportunity to watch
the defending NCAA champion
Wolverines in action against Big
Ten competition this afternoon
when the Michigan nine meets
Purdue at 3:30 on the Ferry Field
diamond.
Purdue will face the Wolverines
with a squad which appears to be
much improved over last season,
when the Boilermakers finished
ninth. Coach Henry Stram's men
have a 1-2 Conference record, hav-
ing edged a good Minnesota squad
while falling victim twice to an
equally good Iowa team.
* * *
THE RIVETS boast the top hit-
ter in the Conference in Joe Sex-
son, a sophomore outfielder who
is powdering the ball at a .600 clip4

in Big Ten play and has a spark-
ling .438 average for the season.
Catcher Randall Hunter, a
junior, has also been impressive
at the plate this season. He has
compiled a .333 batting average
Conference average in the three
games to date.
In addition, the Boilermakers
have Ray Rosenbaum, a senior
pitcher and outfielder, who hit
.333 last season.
* «
EITHER righthander Dennis
Blind or southpaw Rosenbaum will
start on the mound for the visitors.
Blind got credit for the win over
Minnesota, although requiring re-
lief in the ninth inning after al-
lowing the Gophers only three
safeties in the first eight stanzas.
Michigan Coach Ray Fisher
has not selected his starting
pitcher, although the choice has
been narrowed down to Jack
Corbett and Jack Ritter. Corbett
has not been beaten this season
while gaining credit for four
victories. Ritter has a 4-1 rec-
ord for the present campaign,

which includes a brilliant one-
hitter hurled against Wisconsin
last Friday. The ace lefty has
recorded 43 strikeouts in his 41
innings of pitching.
If Ritter starts for the Wolver-
ines, Fisher plans to use Corbett
in left field and Ray Pavichevich
on first base. In the event that
Corbett starts on the mound,
Howie Tommelein will be the prob-
able choice in left field.
THE REST of the lineup will re-
main as it has been throughout
most of the season, with Frank
Ronan at second base, Moby Bene-
dict at shortstop, Don Eaddy at
third base, Dick Leach behind the
plate, and Dan Cline and Paul
Lepley completing the outfield.
The Boilermaker encounter
opens a three-game weekend for
Fisher's crew. The diamondmei
will face co-titlist Illinois in a
home doubleheader tomorrow aft-
ernoon. The Wolverines and the
Ilini have shared the crown for
the past two seasons.

?l.S.
YITTORIO '" - '
GASSMAN
THE MAN
IN HER 6
LIFE > n l.r..RAM

STARTING
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Four Lettermen, Large Squad
Raise Illini Golf Expectations

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By ART EVEN
One of the largest golf squads
in recent years, including four re-
turning lettermen, gives Illinois
Coach Ralph Fletcher hope for
improvement upon 1953's eighth-
place finish in the Big Ten Cham-
pionships.
Fletcher plans to use Haynes
Hawkins, team captain, Ken We t,
and Carl Dilsaver in the number
one, two, and three spots.
* * *
THE ORANGE and Blue rate
Hawkins as the team's most im-
proved player. Number three man
through most of the 1953 season,
he fired a 305, best Illinois score,
in the Big Ten meet last spring.
Hawkins continued his fine play
during the summer months, win-
ning the Southern Illinois tourna-
ment and the Illinois Amateur.
West, number two man last
year, will probably handle the
same assignment this season.
The slim six-foot junior has
finished second among Illinois
entrants in the Conference meet
two years running. Dilsaver has
shown marked improvement
over last year and has moved up
from sixth man to the third slot.
The other three regulars will
come from among Tom Rowader,
Ozzie Mazzetta, Jim Foley, and
Frank Keck. All are returning
squad members.
LAST DAY

ROWADER, who has played
number five or six position for two
years, is battling for the number
four spot this season. He has
shown a tendency to be erratic,
but has the potential to be a fine
golfer. Coach Fletcher has three
untested sophomores in George
Northcott, Downers Grove, and
Bob Reitsch.
Last year the Fighting Illini had
a mediocre 3-5 record against Big
Ten opposition. However, one of
their victories was an 181/2-171/2
triumph over the Conference
champ, Purdue. The Orange and
Blue opens its Big Ten schedule
this Saturday in a quadrangular
meet with Michigan, Ohio State,
,and Purdue at Lafayette.
IT'S A FACT THAT the Uni-
versity of Michigan hasnfinished
among the top ten nationally
ranked gridiron teams eleven
times and in 1948 Michigan was
ranked first in the country.
IT'S A FACT THAT two Uni-
versity of Michigan gridiron stars
have been elected to the Nation-
al Football Hall of Fame. In addi-
tion, Fielding H. Yost, all-time
Wolverine great in the art of
football, is also in the Hall of
Fame.

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