TUESDAY, MAY 25, 2.954
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
HOLDER OF NAVY CROSS:
Murphy in Sixth Year as Net Coach
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Nu Sigma
Nu and Anderson walked off with
trophies by leading their divisions
in.Saturday's intramural golf tour-
The Dekes scored a low 329 to
defeat Sigma Phi Epsilon by six
strokes in the fraternity competi-
tion. Zeta Beta Tau was third, fol-
lowed by SAE and Phi Delta The-
Nu Sigma Nu easily won the
professional fraternity honors with
a total of 344. Delta Sigma Pi,
Delta Sigma Delta, Phi Chi and
Phi Delta Epsilon rounded out the
A total score of 353 won the res-
Nu Sigma Nu New Champs Score Early
1 LinksHonors To Defeat Gomber 8-4
idenbe halls' trophy for Anderson. By DAVE RORABACHER-
Allen-Rumsey had 357 for the Amidst intermittent showers, a mer Zink walked to open the inn-
runner-up spot. Cooley, Reeves fired up Michigan House downed wen bBil Manlagrced at second
perrenially powerful Gomberg, 8-4, shortstop. Bob Kruger singled and
There will be an important to capture the Residence Halls Jack h ool flied out with Manila
meeting of the swimming team softball championship yesterday scoring after the catch. Pitcher
today at 4:30 at the pool. Any- afternoon. .Byron Sabin doubled to score Kru-
one interested in swimming on Gomberg's downfall began in ger and Charles Zarafonitis trip-
the team next year is invited to the first inning when Gomberg led scoring Sabin. This put the
attend. hurler, Bob Mann, walked the West Quadders way out ahead,
-Bumpy Jones first three men to face him. He 7-2. t
mnaged tro get the nxvt twor -
and Gomberg followed in that
John Chadwell of Delta Kappa
Epsilon took individual medalist
honors with a 75 round.
BICYCL E STORAGE
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absence. It will' be protected from:
men out, but Sets Masaki slammed
a long high ball to the outfield.
The left and center fielders, in a
vain attempt to catch the ball,
collided, and three runs scored,
giving Michigan a lead which it
After Michigan had collected
another run, Gomberg started to
roll in the third. Erle Kauffman
walked and later stole second.
With two out Hugh Hickock
doubled to score Kauffman and,
Louie Megyesi hit a sizzling
grounder between the second base-
man's legs to score Hickock.
In the fourth Michigan pro-
ceeded to strengthen its lead. El-
a AMERICAN LEAGUE
Sabin Allows Four Hits
Both teams displayed fine bal
ance but Michigan had the Lippe
hand and made good use of i
Sabin hurled a fine game fo
Michigan giving up only four hit
striking out five and walking si
while his mound opponent, Mani
gave up seven hits, struck ou
none and walked four. Especiall
notable were the two catcher;
Brian Sanford of Michigan an
Gomberg's Don Peterson, who kep
the base runners wide awake.
In other games Cooley defeate
Hayden, 6-4, for second place
Greene edged Van Tyne, 2-1, fo
third place, and Scott beat Al
len-Rumsey, 5-4 for fourth plac
G AB R H Pct.
Avila, Cleveland 34 136 29 52 .382
Rosen, Cleveland 34 128 26 48 .375
Tuttle, Detroit 30 107 17 38 .355
Boone, Detroit 29 108 19 37 .343
Minoso, Chicago 36 138 29 45 .326
9 AR R HI Pct.
Jablonski, St. L. 36 158 21 60 .380
Musial, St. Louis 36 141 39 52 .369
Mueller, N. Y. 33 127 19 46 .362
Hamner, Phil. 33 127 15 46 .362
Snider, Brooklyn 33 131 25 47 .359
Musial, Cards 14 Kluszewski,Reds 10
Sauer, Cubs 12 Hodges, Dodgers 9
RUNS BATTED IN
Musial, Cards 46 Minoso, W.Sox 35
Rosen, Indians 44 Bell, Reds 35
(Games played yesterday, May 24, 1954,
are not included.)
By LEW HAMBURGER
"We could pretty easily finish high school tennis team and in-
anywhere from first to fifth" said structs tennis classes at Michigan.
Michigan tennis coach Bill Mur- Dynamic Duo
phy, in speaking of the coming Big When the two were attending
Ten championships, to be held Chicago they formed a powerful
this Thursday, Friday, and Satur- combination that took their team
Sday at Illinois. "A lot will depend Ito two Conference championships.
on the weather," he added. In both 1939 and 1939 they were
~71J Muphy aidthataltoughIn-the Big Ten doubles champions,
G ray Shines diana should be classified as fa and in the latter year Chet was
vorite, the Michigan squad has aalotesnesils.
good chance. Indiana has swept
its dual meet schedule, having only
tied with Michigan, and easily beat
Michigan State that handed theLF
Wolverines its lone dual defeat in
Coach Has Excellent Record
West Coast track enthusiasts Murphy will, by next weekend,
have taken notice of Pete Gray. have completed his sixth year as
The Michigan sophomore whiz coach at Michigan, and during
gave a near-capacity crowd in that time has compiled a record of
Los Angeles a treat with his spec- 68 wins against 12 losses.
tacular performance in the an- It was two years after his ar-
nual Coliseum Relays. rival on the Michigan scene before
Gray ran the third leg in the his team lost a match, rolling up
two mile relay and was clocked 18 straight wins. Previous to his
unofficially at 1:47.6 to 1:48.2, coming to Ann Arbor he had won
quite a time for the half mile. fifteen consecutive matches while
coaching at the University of Chi-
cago High School in Chicago, and
Z l J irl""s Cup Oak Park. Ill. High School.
d PThird Place Finish
Zeta Beta Tau defeated Phi Last year his team finished LBS
Delta Theta, 2-1, to annex the third in the Conference, winning
intramural tennis trophy for egt ace sopsdt he .
the third successive year, there- egt ace sopsdt he iiu
r , defeats. This year's team has im- 12c each add
by retiring the cup. proved on that record, winning 11
Mickey Silverman, in the matches, while again losing only All your clothi
number two singles, and Herb three. FLUFF DRIED and
Krickstein and Sam Dodek, in Murphy received his Bachelor
doubles, were the ZBT winners. of Economics degree at the Uni- LOW EXTRA
versity of Chicago, in 1939, and for finishing t
Official times cannot be recorded following that attended George
in relay races because of running Williams College in Chicago, where SHI RTS, additional...
starts, he received his Masters in Physi- (Full srts slightl
The Wolverine aggregation, al- cal Education. At present he is
though finishing fifth, had a working on his doctorate in that HANDKERCHIEFS .
clocking of 7:32, only four-tenths field. SOX, pr. ......... .
of a second off the American col- The other Murphy twin, Chet,
lege record. Fordham University I is also at Michigan now, doing
broke the world's mark to win I'graduate work in physical educa- Just PhOi
the event in 7:27.3. tion. Chet coaches the University
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Bill has held some impressive
rankings, in addition to his Big
Ten titles. In 1939 he and Chet
were runner-ups in the National
Collegiate championships, and in
that same year they were the ninth
ranked U.S. doubles team. In both
1938 and 1939 he was first ranked
in theChicago Tennis Association,
and also in the Western Associa-
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Cleveland ....24 10 .706
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New York ....21 13 .618
Detroit .......16 13 .552
Baltimore ....12 19 .387
Washington ...12 19 .387
Boston ........9 18 .333
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