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SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1954

TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Intrasquad Game'M'Netters Wolverine Baseball Team
GainSecond Splits With MSC, 8-4,9-8
Continued from3 Page I
! R o w__-__ - ping out of Cline's outstret
ning. Tony Branoff, pinch-hitting glove.
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Buckeyes Down Golfers;
MSC Loses Twice Here

In the United States there are
1,312,000 broken or disrupted fam-
ilies headed by men and 4,654,(100
licaded by women.
Yellow orchids usually are the
most fragrant.

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liramer captures Morton 'trophy;
Hendricks, Freshmen Stand Out
By LEW HAMBURGER
Neighborhood youngsters col- butions to Michigan football will
lected autographs, while the hot be a fine one."
sun gave some 3,000 spectators, AS FAR AS , w
seemingly lost in the vast stadium, __AS FARASscorig a

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COLUMBUS-Michigan 's tennis
team won its second match in as
many days here yesterday, as the
Wolverines whipped Ohio State by
an overwhelming 8-1 score.
Michigan lost only three sets in
the entire match, and its only de-
feat came in the third doubles
match when Ohio's Tom Schmidt
and Irv Steiner downed Bob Mit-
chell and Ron Morgan, 6-1, 2-6,
and 6-2.

0'r Cen~erflelder Da" C1"e, sin-
the Spartan squad but never
gled to center field to lead off the took the lead. After Michigan
inning, and went to second on sec- State collected two additional
and baseman Frank Ronan's base runs in the fifth andasixth in-
hit to center. Rightfielder Paul nings, Michigan batters broke
Lepley drove one of reliefer Jack into the scoring column with
two runs on three safeties.
Wenner's pitches to left field and ti
Branoff came home with the first With two out, Tommelein sin-
run of the inning. gled to right field and raced to
third base as the ball scooted by
Dick Idzkowski, Spartan hurl- the right fielder, Bob Powell.
er who had also pitched during Shortstop Moby Benedict, next up,
the first game, replaced Wenner i smacked a double to left field
on the hill but had no better bringing home Tommelein with
success. Third sacker Don Eaddy Michigan's first run of the after-
nunched a single into right

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a chance to get their pre-summer
tans as they watched Michigan's
football team conclude its spring
practice yesterday in the annual
Blue-White game.
The Blues, composed of what
amounts to the first and second
strings, rolled up a 48-0 score be-
fore Larry Cox scampered six
yards in the fourth quarter for
the White's first touchdown.
* * *
EARLIER yesterday afternoon,
it was announced at a press lunch-

cerned yesterday, Tom Hendricks
was the standout. The fleet tail-
back scored three touchdowns on
runs of 10, 13, and 60 yards. His
first touchdown came in the first

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By ART EVEN
In a triangular golf meet held at
the University course yesterday,
Michigan'was shellacked by Ohic
State, 28-8, but the Wolverines
managed to salvage a 21-15 win
from Michigan State.
The Buckeyes swamped the
, Spartans, 30 -5?%z as they dis-
played unusual team balance. In
twelve rounds their highest score
I was an 80.
OHIO'S George Smith took
medalist honors with an excellent
75-71-146. He was pressed by
Any groups interested in
playing either cricket or la-
crosse inquire at the Intra-
mural Building. Equipment is
available.
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with an 81-76-157 score. He gar-
nered a total of seven points.
The most spectacular shot of
the day was made by Guarasci
on the par five ninth hole during
the morning round. After a fine
Gtee shot the little man walked up
to his ball, calmly selected a five
iron from his sack and poled
a long drive to the green which
stopped ten feet away from the
cup. Guarasci sank the putt for
an eagle three.
In contrast, the most miserable
hole of the day was played by Har-
old Ware, Spartan number two
man. On the par three thirteenth,
Ware's tee shot landed in a sand
trap. Then he succeeded in getting
the ball up to the lip of the trap.
His third shot went into another
trap where he blasted out into a
small patch of trees.
He took two more strokes to
reach the green, where he two-1
putted for an eight.
Andy Andrews, playing in the
third slot for the Wolverines, had
the dubious honor of being high
man for the squad with two rocky
rounds of 84. After fluffing a shot
during the afternoon round on the
eleventh, he grabbed his wedge I

quarter as he took advantage of
nice blocking, skirted his end, and
turned on the speed to outrun the
entire White team,
A new innovation received its
first trial today, as Baldacci and
Duncan McDonald were playing in
the backfield at the same time.
While McDonald was in the game,

THE ONLY other set which the'
Buckeyes managed to win was at

STOPPED SHORT-Blue tailback, John Greenwood, runs around
right end for a small gain as White defender, Paul Baldwin
S closes in for the tackle.

. the expense of Morgan, who play- field, and when the throw from
ed in the number six singles posi- field, andwhtheathrow fro-
tion. Steiner took the first set from right field got past State catch-
the Michigan netter 6-4, but Mor- from third.n
gan settled down in the next toI
win that by a 6-4 margin and gol Corbett, who had started the
on to take the third, 6-2. game and was moved to first base
Captain Al Mann set the when Ritter came to the mound
in the first'half of the seventh in-
-Michigan ball rolling by taking. ning, flied out to centerfield. Tom-
his first singles match, 6-2, 6-3, melei's roundtripper drove in
from Ohio State captain, Herb Lepley and Eaddy, giving southpa
Jones. Mann's steady game Dick Peterjohn his first Big Ten
proved to be too much for the Victory. Peterjohn, who starred in
Buckeye to cope with, although relief Friday against the Spartans,
In the latter set Jones threat- replaced Ritter in the seventh
ened. frame.
Pete Paulus, Michigan's second
man, breezed past Tom Kemp in MICHIGAN STATE coasted to
his match, by identical scores of an easy first-game victory, 8-4. In
6-2, 6-2. Bob Paley, first of four the first half of the second inning,
Bobs on the Michigan squad, won the Spartans tallied twice on three
his match by a 6-3, 6-2 score over hits. With one out, Yewcic singled
Keith Hanlon. to left field. Centerfielder John
Risch slapped a home run over the
SBOB Nederlander gave u only centerfield fence, the ball drop-
BOB Nderlnder ave p ol
four games as he swept straight
sets from Dick Botsch, 6-2, 6-2.
Mitchell, in the fifth singles match, ! ajor
gave up only three games, all in'
the first set, as he beat Schmidt.S
The doubles matches were also
comparatively easy for the AMERICAN LEAGUE
Michigan teams, as Paulus and W L1 Pct. (.i
Paley defeated Jones and Kemp, Chicago ... 18 10 .643 -
aeyNew York..16 10 .615 1
6-3, 6-3. In the second doubles Cleveland .... 16 10 .615 1
Mann and Nederlander blasted Detroit....... 12 9 .571 z'
Hanlon and Botsch, 6-2, 6-2. Baltimore. 10 13 ,435 51
Philadelphia .. 10 15 .400 6?
The Wolverines travel to Lafay- Washington .. 8 16 .333 8
ette, Ind. Monday for a match Boston.........s 13 .31k, 7
with Purdue, and on Wednesday
return to action at the varsity A LG . G
courts when Michigan State comes Philadelpia .. 15 10 .600 -
to town. Brooklyn .......15 11 .57
New York .... 15 12 .556 1
St. Louis....,...14 13 .519 2
Snead Leads incinnati 15 14 . 2
i4aukee 180 3
Chicago.....10 13 .435 4
WESTBURY, N. Y.-(jT)--Sam Pittsburgh .... 9 19 .321 7
Snead made a mockery of the
Meadow Brook Round Robin Golf
Tournament yesterday by shoot- B OX
ing a four-under-pad 66-best
round of the week-to stake him- First Game
self to a virtually unbreakable 34- MICHIGAN AB R H E
point lead. Il i n .... .............. 0 ) 0
% Ronan, 2b ..............4 0 1 0
Now only a miracle can keep Finch (4th), 2b
the 41-year-old Masters champion B. Leach (8th), 2b
from clinching his third Round Lepley, rf............ 5 0 2 0
Robin title Sunday. Eaddy, 3b .............4 0 0 1
Corbett, lb............4 0 1 0
Snead's 32-34-66 over the 6,640 Tommelein, if.........4 1 1 1
yard, par 35-35-70 course piled Benedict, ss............4 1 1 0
up 19 additional points in his fav- D. Leach, c........,... ..4 0 2 1
or for a grand total of 52 plus Paechevich. lb........1 0 0 0
points. This left the third round -
runnerup, Jimmy DeMaret, and 38 4 10 3
others in the field of 16 far in MICHIGAN STATE
arrears. DeMaret skied to a 75 and Matthews, lb..........5 1 2 1
lost 11 points, throwing him back Matsock, ss...........5 1 1 1
Collard, 3b............6 0 0 0
into fourth place. Powell, cf............4 2 1 1
Snead's closest challengers go- Yewcic, c..............4 2 3 1
ing into the fifth and final round Brown ................4 1 2 0
gZeitier ...........4 0 1 1'
were defending champion Cary Smith................4 0 1 0
Middlecoff and young Jackie Erickson, p ......2 1 1 0
Burke, Jr., each with 18 plus Idzkowski, p...........2 0 0 0
points. DeMaret followed with 13 40 8 12 5

It looked as though the Wolver- teammate Frank "Barrel" Guar-1
ines were going to catch the elus- asci who carded a 74-73-147.
ive Spartans but the roof fell in Low man for the Maize andP
on pitcher Marv Wisniewski when Blue was Bob McMasters. He putt
1 the scrappy Staters collected together rounds of 75 and 76 fort
three hits for four runs and a a 151 score. The jovial sopho-
lead that they never relinquished, more swept 5!/ out of a possibleI
Ak k k six points from his Spartan op-{
1? After Idzkowski struck out, ponent, but dropped 4111 points
Matthews singled to right field to the hot-shooting Smith. They
and immediately stole second broke even in the morning but
base. Matsock was safe at first Sihk ' n the arnnb
when Benedict threw to Eaddy round was more thanMerMas-
in an attempt to tag Matthews. trouds hans
All .hands were safe as Eaddy
dropped the throw. Matthews Jack Stumpfig, playing in the
scored on rightfielder Ray Col- number one spot, turned in a 76-
lard's long fly ball to center- 78-154 card. He picked up 2
field. points from Frank Cardi and 41/
from MSC's Bill Albright. Stump-
Yewcic knocked in two runs aft- fig lost a full point to Cardi on the
er Powell had walked. His blow final hole when he blew a three-
to left field brought home Mat- foot putt. The ball rolled delicate-
sock and Powell. Risch followed ly past the lip of the cup, missing
with a single and Yewcic crossed by a fraction of an inch.
the plate on the play. * * *
* * CHUCK BLACKETT, Michigan's
BOTH GAMES were sprinkled number four man, started slowly,
with errors. In the first game the then picked up steam to finish
Wolverines made three miscues . -- - -_
while State bobbled five times.
!Michigan State came out on top
in the second contest also, commit- oL
tingfour errors to Michigan's G L
three.
Michigan was issued a total of D D A I
seven walks in the two games yes- g I C I
terday afternoon. Spartan hurlers
whiffed seven Michigan batters in
the first contest, while Wolverine 4 miles east of Ann Arbor on
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CATCHER Dick Leach banged
out a single between short and
second, Benedict scoring on the
play.

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three-inch, 210 pound freshman
end from East Detroit, won the
Meyer W. Morton trophy for show-
ing the most improvement during
the spring practices.
Kramer is regarded as a
strong possibility to start at end
next fall, and Coach Bennie
Oosterbaan, in speaking on the
selection made by the coaching
staff, stated that "Kramer's
improvement has been outstand-
ing. If he continues to develop
as steadily next fall his contri-

Baldacci was shifted to fullback.
The move was mainly to relieve a
linebacking problem that had hurtI
Michigan last fall.
In the fullback slot Fred
Baer and Dave Hill both stood
out and it appears that the duel
for that position will be a hot
one when the fall practice ses-
sions resume. Baer set up several
touchdowns while Hill tackled
hard and plunged over for one
score himself.
On defense, center Jim Bates'
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Second Game

SBlock M'Section To Initiate
Sign-UpCampaign Wednesd
The block 'M' section which can'
be seen at all Michigan home has ever seen. Not contente
football games is not a newly-con- just a pair of colored cards
ceived idea. I colors, twice as many as las
will add, tremendously to the
In 1919 the Michigan Union of a card display.
sponsored the project of coordin- * * *
ating nearly a thousand students TEN NEW designs will be
with cards into a sharp, disting- at every home pigskin conte
uishable design that spectators a new public address system
from the other side of the Ferry be installed so that instru
Field Stadium could enjoy. can be given to students ope
* * * the cards.
AFTER A FEW years the block A group of 1200 student
M section was discontinued and ticipants will sit in sec
did not make another appearance ranging from the 2 to the
on the campus until the '40's when rd lines. Varicolored pom
interyard lines.s Varicolored po

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MICHIGAN AB
Cline, cf ...............2
Ronan, 2b...............3
Lepley, rf ..............4
Eaddy. 3b ..............3
Corbett, p. lb.........4
Tommelein. If.........4
Benedict, ssa...........2
Leach, c .......,.....3
Pavichevich, lb .,......2
Ritter, p..............0
Peterjohn, p...........0
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MICHIGAN STATE
Sack, if...............4 1
Matsock. ss............,4 2
Matthews, lb..........3 1
Yewcic, c ..............4 1
Brown, rf.........3 1
Risch (7th)............1 1
Powell, cf...............3 0
Zeitler, 3b ..............2 (}
Stead, 2b.............2 0
Gorman, p ............1 0
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- ran for Williams in ninth
MICH . ...................201 010
M SC ....................000 030

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arouse student participation. This
time, also, the block idea was
shortlived.M
In 1951 the Wolverine Club
headed a movement to reinstate
the block section at Michigan's
home games. Old flash cards
were used by the 1600 students
who sat between the 50 and 20-
yard lines. The card display was
on a limited scale as no flip de-
signs were employed and all pat-
terns consisted of but two colors.
However, in its first year the
Michigan card section proved more
successful than those on any other
Big Ten campus.
The Wolverine Club has been
making plans for a more elaborate
7block M' program than Michigan

Iwill lend further color to the
card section.
A spring sign-up campaign will
get under way soon for those stu-
dents who would like to take part
in the block 'M' section. Old mem-
bers, and students who will be
juniors or seniors next fall may
sign up on Wednesday, May 19 at
Barbour Gym. On May 20 and 21
the entire campus will have an op-
portunity to sign up for the block
section.
Students may sign up between
12 and 3 p.m. on all three days,
and those intending to do so are
requested to bring I.D. cards along
with 25 cents for membership.
This fee will help defray the ex-
pense of bringing a good block
M' section to the Michigan cam-
pus.

INDEPENDENT SOFTBALL SCORE°
Newman Club 4, Lutheran Studen
Association 3
Evans Scholars 2, Michigan Co-op1
Gamma Delta 10, Michigan Christian
Fellowship 9
Green Feathers 11, Kangaroos 4
Les Canadiens 1, Pill Pushers 0
Lutheran Student Association de-
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Michigan Co-op defeated The For-
esters (forfeit)
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