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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Play at Northm
Special to The Daily
SOUTH BEND-The Michigan
tennis team, although handicap-
ped by the sub-par physical con-
dition of three of its players and
the poor playing condition of the
cement courts, whipped Notre,
Dame, 6-3, here yesterday.
This afternoon, the Murphymen
tangle with the ambitious North-
western Wildcats at Evanston
**
AN ELEMENT of drama vas in-
jected into the match by the ap-
pearance , of Michigan's captain
and number one player, Al Mann.
The return of Mann, who was re-
leased from Health Service only
last nigh,t seemed to lift the spirits
of a team that was down in the
doldrums when the news of his
illness became known.
Pitted against Notre Dame
ace Wally Clark, Mann started
out fast and captured the initial
set of the number one singles
match, 6-3. However, Clark, by
wearing out Mann to the point
where the gritty Wolverine was
too exhausted to counter ef-
fectively, took the next two sets
in convincing fashion, 6-3, 6-0,
Michigan fell behind 2-0 at the
conclusion of the number two sin-
gles match when Pete Paulus was
All men interested in play-
inf Soccer with the Wolverine
Soccer Club this spring or fall,
contact Mike Barnard at NOr-
many 2-4480.
There is a game with MSC
Saturday, May 8 at 2:30 at
East Lansing. Practice begins
Thursday at field east of St-
dium -
-Mike Barnard
outclassed by Maury Reidy, 6-3,
1-6, 6-1.
* * *
A BADLY blistered hand could-
n't stop Bob Paley from recording
Michigan's first victory of the day.
Keeping opponent Bill Realy re-

Stops Irish.
vestern Today
peatedly in trouble, Paley tri-
umphed in straight sets, 6-4, 6-3.
Bob Nederlander crushed
Chuck Gallagher with ease, 6-0, g
6-2, and Bob Mitchell, although
hobbled slightly by a twisted
ankle, came through to put the
Wolverines in the lead by smash-
ing Don Kennedy in the number
five singles, 6-3, 6-1. Number six
netter Bob Sassone, then out-?
played John Stuldreher, 7-5, 6-3
in a spirited contest.
When Clark and Reidy put the
Irish back into contention by edg-
ing Paley and Paulus in the num-
ber one doubles, 6-3, 3-6, and 6-3,'
Mann and Nederlander came back
to clinch it for Michigan, 6-3, 5-7,
and 6-3, in the bitterly fought
number two doubles.
Continuing to impress, Mitchell
#nd Sassone, the two Michigan
rookies of which much is expect-
ed, ended matters with a 7-5, 6-3 * :::::::
drubbing of Gallagher and Stul-
dreher in the final doubles match..
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Top IHorses
o MICHIGAN'S JACK RITTER STE
To Rae titBATTERS AS WOLVERINES
Rich .Derb M'Linkstersco
By JACK HORWITZ
LOUISVILLE - (A') - Eighteen
three-year old colts are scheduled The strength of the Michigan
to parade to the starting gate this golf squad will be sorely tested for
afternoon for 80th running of the the second time in a week, today,
Kentucky Derby. as it faces Ohio State, Purdue, and
If all eighteen horses start, this Illinois in a quadrangular meet at
years derby will be the righest in Lafayette, Indiana.
the race's long history, with a The Wolverine linksters were
gross value of $124,850, and $102,- soundly defeated by two of these
800 going to the winner. Count teams last Saturday when the
Turf captured the richest prize in Buckeyes subdued Michigan, 32%
1951, when he received $98,000. to 102, and the Boilermakers
Correlation, recent winner of the handed the Wolverines a 24-12
Wood Memorial stakes at Jamaica, trimming.
is the odds-on-choice to cop the * * *
Derby. COACH Bert Katzenmeyer's un-

Falls Two Short of Record;
Play Illini Today in Twinbill

By CORKY SMITH !
The University of Michigan
baseball team, behind the superbI
pitching of Jack Ritter, polished
off the Boilermakers from Purdue,1
6-0, yesterday afternoon before a
good-sized crowd at Ferry Field.
Michigan faces Illinois in a
twin bill here at 1:30 this after-
noon.
* *.*
IN ANNEXING his fifth win
against a single defeat, Ritter had
full control over Coach Henry
MSC Takes Leadc
EAST LANSING, Mich.--UP)f
--Michigan State seized thel
lead in the Big Ten baseball
race yesterday by trouncing Illi-
nois, 17-3, for its second {
straight victory.
The Spartans, who slugged C
five Illini pitchers for 17 hits,
took over the lead when Ohio t
State fell to Northwestern 2-1.1
Stram's men as he wiffed a total'
of 16 batters, two short of the Big1
Ten record. At the end of five inn-
ings he had set down 10 Purdue
batsmen via the strikeout route.
The Wolverines took to pitch-T

-Daily-Don Campbell
BIKES OUT SIXTEEN PURDUE
RIP BOILERMAKERS, 6-0

mpete atLafayette Today
tried team, made up of only three with Purdue's Dick Norton. Guar-
returning lettermen, each of whom asci's low score combined with the
saw limited action last season, and fine performance of the sixth men
three sophomores, who also have were unexpected shows of power
limited competitive experience, for the Buckeyes.
will seek to destroy the rumor that The loss of the iumber one
the Maize and Blue will finish collegiate golfer in the country,
"way down" in the Big Ten stand- Tom Neiporth, 1953 N.C.A.A.
ings. champion, -who left school to
Impressive in their triple win turn professional, was expected
over Purdue, Michigan, and In- to strongly impair the Buck-
diana last week, the Buckeyes eye strength.
showed strength and power in With Don Albert and Norton
the victory, combing efforts for the Boiler-
The Ohioians used a five man maker squad, Purdue should be as
starting team, alternating two men tough as the Buckeyes. Albert, one
in the sixth position. The "weak" of the leading collegiate golfers
spot turned in an impressive total and a top flight amateur outside
of 148 as Larry Harper came in of college circles, recently was in-
with a 75 for the morning round vited to compete in the Masters

er Dennis Blind's offerings In
the first frame, scoring three
runs on a home run by Michi-
gan third baseman, Don Eaddy.
Centerfielder Danny Cline bloop-
ed a Texas league single to left
field, and raced to second on
second baseman Frank Ronan's
grounder which went between
Purdue's John Enrietto's legs.
After Rightfielder Paul Lepley's
bunt forced Cline at third, Ead-
dy poked a long curving drive to
right field which dropped over
the fence.
Purdue batters threatened in the
first half of the second inning
when centerfielder Joe Sexson, the
Big Ten's top hitter, singled to
center. Ray Rosenbaum, who!
played right field, followed with
another single to the same spot.
Any attempt on Purdue's part to
start a rally was cut short when
Sexson, who tried to take third on!
the base hit, was thrown out by
Eaddy.
* * *
IN THE LAST of the third,
Michigan added another three
runs. Catcher Dick Leach led off
with a scorching single by Blind
out into centerfield. Cline was is-
sued a free pass after Ritter had
moved Cline to second with a well-
placed bunt. On Ronan's ground
ball to short, Cline was forced at '
second while Leach moved to third.
On a routine double play ball}
hit to the Purdue second base-
man, Ted Server, shortstop Bob
! Gosling muffed the throw from
Server, Leach dashing home on
the play. Eaddy then drove a
pitch toward the left field line,
I and leftfielder Jim Schoor fell
down after trying to snare the
ball in his glove. Ronan and
I Lepley crossed the plate and
Eaddy reached second on the
throw to the infield.
In the top half of the fourth,
Cline picked Sexson's long fly ball'
off the picket fence in center field
and received a warm round of ap-
plause as he trotted in after the
final out of the inning.
* * *
RITTER'S control was equally
as fine as his hurling performance
as he gave only three walks. Mich-
igan batters coaxed four bases on
balls off of Purdue's Blind and two
from Tom Thompson who replaced
Blind in the seventh frame.
Corbett and Eaddy each col-
lected a pair of safeties to lead
the Wolverines offensively.
Thompson, pitching the last
three innings, for Purdue, kept
Wolverine bats silent setting down
the side in order in the sixth
frame. In all, he faced 11 batters.
Ritter's victory yesterday was
his second in the Big Ten. He
blanked Wisconsin a week ago,
allowing only one hit.

PURDUE AB
Gosling, ss ..... 2
Hunter, c......3
Enrietto, 3b .... 4
Sexson, cf ..... 4
Rosenbaum, rf.. 3
Schorr, If .......3
Osucha, lb...... 2
Server, 2b ...... 2
Blind, p........2
Thompson, p ... 1
Jecha, lb (7) .. 0
Sieger ......... 0
Mealso**........0
Lehman*** ..... 0
Totals........27
;Siegel-fanned fo
8th
**Mealso - fanned
in 8th
: Lehman-fanned
in 7th

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PETE GRAY
. can he beat Ross?

Swvish!

Tracks ters
Op pose Two
Foes TodayI
Coach Don Canham leads his
heavily favored Wolverine thin-
clads into Kalamazoo today for a
triangular track meet with West-
ern Michigan and Marquette.
The meet marks the return to
full scale competition for the
Michigan squad. Last week-end
the cindermen annexed two cham-
pionships in the discus, and one
crown each, in the sprint med-
ley relay and shotput events while
competing against some of the na-
tion's best collegiate trackmen in
the Penn and Drake Relays.
INTRA-SQUAD interest in to-
day's meet centers about the duel
between mile kingpin John Ross
and teammate Pete Gray in the
half-mile event. This will be the
first time that Ross, who usually
scampers in the mile run before
entering the half mile event, will
run fresh against the speedy Gray.
Captain Fritz Nilsson, who?
garnered his third straight'dou-
bles victory in the shot and dis-
cus at Penn, is counted upon to
repeat his triumphs in those de-
partments. His closest rival is
expected to be Michigan's Ray
Pella.
Michigan's championship sprint
medley team of Bob Brown, Bob
Rudisell, John Carroll and Grant
Scruggs will seek to better the
3:26.8 time they clocked last week
in turning in the fifth fastest
time ever recorded in this coun-
try for the sprint medley.
* * *
UNLESS Canham institutes the
last minute change hinted at in
the four mile relay, the Wolverine
quartet that will hit the cinders
will be Ron Wallingford, Ross,
John Moule and anchorman
George Lynch.
Jim Love, Junior Stielstra and
Tom Hendricks are slated to face
Western Michigan's crack cinder-
men in the low and high hurdles.
The Broncos will also furnish the
men to beat in the sprint events.
John Vallortigara and Dave Hess-
ler will carry Michigan hopes with
them in the century to 220 events,

r Server

* *
MICHIGAN A
Cline, cf ........
Ronan, 2b......
Lepley, rf;......
Eaddy, 3b ......
Corbett, lb ....
Pavichevich, lb.
Finch, If .......
Benedict, ss ....
D. Leach, c ....
Ritter, p . . .....
Branoff, of .....

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EDUCATION WINS:

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and Mel Woelfling cut two strokes
of that score for the afternoon
round.
* * *

Totals ,........27

Tournament at Atlanta. He played
impressively coming in among the
top five amateurs.
* *

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By SOL ROSEN
Phi Chi combined strong hurl-
ing and long ball hitting to defeat
Phi Delta Chi by-the count of 9-1
in a professional fraternity soft-
ball game at Ferry Field yester-
day.
Ed Sheldon, the winning hurl-
er, was the individual star for the
pharmacy fraternity. Besides lim-
iting Phi Delta Chi to three scat-
tered singles, Sheldon hit a two-

run homer and a single. He also
whiffed seven opposing batters.
"Skip" Lowell, who hit a bases
loaded double in the first inning
to drive across three tallies, and
George Benisick, who blasted a
two-run homer, were the other
stars for the winners.
* * *
AFTER BEING held to a 3-3
stalemate for three innings, alpha
Kappa Kappa broke loose in their

"THE GUY'LL LOSE
HIS SHIRT!" -.
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".. walks into this haberdasher just off campus, .
see, and ask for a white shirt. Hle starts givin me this
song-and-dance about that Van Hleusen Century -with
the soft collar that supposed to not crinkle ever. The jerk -
starts snowin' me with some 14-day free trial deal, that if
I'm not satisfied after wearing it and wrashing it for
14 days, he'll gimme my dough back.
"F'm from Brooklyn, see, and I don't tMist nobody. I ask the
guy, What's the catch, buddy?' He says, 'No catch. Wear
it as much and as hard as you want. If the collar ever
.vrinkles or wilts, you get your money back. Wash it
yourself.It's easy. Youust iron the collar fiat, flip it, and
"The guy tells me it's the only soft one-piece collar
in the world, that it lasts up to twice as long as other
shirts and only costs $395 for whites and $4.95 in colors
and superfine' whites. I tell him he's nuts to make such a
stupid offer. I tell him he'll lose his shirt. It's a kind of joke,
see. I figure no shirt will live up to all that malarky.
"And y'know what? I been wearin' and washin' it now for
a hunerd and fourteen days, and I still can't find nothin'
wrong with it."

half of the fourth inning and
pushed across twelve tallies and
went on to defeat Alpha Chi Sig-
ma, 15-3, in another professional
fraternity softball game.
The faculty of the Education
Department completely over-
whelmed the Naval Science de-
partment by the count of 21-6.
Dick Donnelly put on a hitting
exhibition, as he smacked out
six safeties in seven at-bats.
Among his hits were three hom-
ers, two doubles, and a single,
accounting for 12 RBI's. Earl
Risky, czar of the I-M depart-
ment, received credit for the
win.
In other faculty softball games,
Natural Science defeated Public
Health, 20-4.
The Chemistry department
found the slants of Ken Halverfan
and Dick Erland of the Bacteriol-
ogy department to their liking,
rapping out twenty safeties in win-
ning, 18-3. Tom Olcott and John
Killich divided the hurling chore
for the victors, allowing only six
hits in the last two frames.
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BUCKEYE Al Guarasci turned MICHIGAN'S third foe will be
in an unexpected 143 in the meet the Orange and Blue squad thatk
last week to share scoring honors Coach Ralph Fletcher has devel-
oped at Illinois. The Illini will have
four returning letermen to face
the Maize and Blue, with Hayn-:s
Results Hawkins, 1954 captain, playingI
the number one position. Ken West
AMERICAN LEAGUE and Carl Dilsaver will fill the num-
Chicago 5, Boston 0 ber two and three slots.
Cleveland 9, New York 4 The other three positions will
Detroit 2, Washington 1 (night be filled by a number of return-
12 innings) ing squad members, including
Philadelphia 5, Baltimore 1 Tom Rowader, 1953 letterwin-
(night) ner, Jim Foley, Ozzie Mazzetta,
SATURDAY'S GAMES and Frank Keck.
Cleveland at New York-Wynn Coach Fletcher has one of the
(1-2) vs. Miller (0-0). largest team in recent seasons and
Chicago at Boston-Trucks (2- can alternate his men handily.
1 vs. Henry (-0). . This numerical superiority may be
Baltimore at Philadelphia-Ket- a decided advantage for the Illi-
low (0-0) or Bickford (0-1) vs. ni golfers.
Kellner (1-2) The outcome of this meet will
Detroit at Washington-Gromek I definitely show the teams to watch
(3-0) vs. Shea (0-0) in the Western Conference Cham-
pionships. Ohio State and Purdue
New York 4, Chicago 2 (14 inn- have already shown their power
ngs Ygand if they can garner repeated
Brooklyn 6, Cincinnati 3 (night) wins there may be no stopping
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Chicago......9
Detroit ......7
Philadelphia .6
Washington ..6
Cleveland ... .6
New York .,..6
Baltimore ... .5
Boston.......4

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poned, wet grounds
SATURDAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at Cincinnati-Pon-
dres (2-0) vs. Fowler (1-0)
Philadelphia at Milwaukee -
Simmons (2-1) vs. Nichols
(0-3)
New York at Chicago-Grissom
(1-0) vs. Klippstein (0-2).
Pittsburgh at St. Louis-O'Don-
nell (1-0) vs. Miller (0-0) or
Presko (1-0)

Brooklyn ....9
New York ....8
Cincinnati ...9
St. Louis ....7
Philadelphia .7
Chicago....4
Milwaukee ..5
Pittsburgh .. .6

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