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mtJ"DAY, Ak 4L 12, 1965

TIM AlICHMAIN DAIL I

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Michigan Netters Topple
Foes on Southern Tour
Strong Showing Raises 'M' Title Hopes;
MacKay Unbeaten in Number One Singles

FIRST HOME TILT:
'M' Faces Wayne Today
On Ferry Field Diamond

McMasters' 71 Score Paces
Wolverines on Home Course

7

By JIM BAAD
With five wins, three losses, and
a tie behind them, Michigan's
baseball team will open against
Wayne today at 3:30 for the sea-
son's first game at Ferry Field.
The record thus far was com-
piled in the sunny South on the
Wolverines' annual Spring trip.
Michigan's better than .500 aver-
age was fairly pleasing to coach
Ray Fisher although he thought
they should have done a little bet-
ter.
} To attain their, present record.
the Wolverines beat Georgetown,
Quantico, North Carolina, Eastern
Carolina, and Lejeune Marine
Base; lost to Lejeune, Virginia,
and Duke; and tied Delaware.
Need Stronger Pitching
Fisher's overall view of the
team's performance pointed to a
need for greater pitching strength
and to the fact that both the hit-
ting and fielding were good at
times, but appeared more spotty
than consistent.
In the pitching department,
MarY Wisniewski is Fisher's top
man. He was particularly out-
standing on the southern jaunt-as
he hurled 26 consecutive scoreless
innings, winning two games and
losing one, plus saving one in the
late innings.
Some more of the staff looked
about as well as expected, al-
though Fisher still stressed the
fact tha.t there was need for im-
provement. Don Polosky and Jim
Clark both won games and Al Levy
came through above Fisher's ex-
pectations, pitching eight scoreless
innings.
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Fisher wasn't able to pick out
any outstanding hitting perform-
ance, but was satisfied with the
team as a whole. He said that
some players would be hitting one
day and that others would be the
next, and that no one was really
consistent.
There didn't seem to be much
long-ball potential on the team as
the Wolverines hit only three
home runs. Dan Cline and Don
Eaddy both hit for safe four-bag-
gersdand Jim Vukovich poled one
that' would have been good, but he
failed to touch first base and was
called out.
Snyder Catches Well
Defensively, Fisher thinks Gene
Snyder a really fine catcher. "His
hitting hasn't been outstanding,
but he has looked real well behind
the plate and he has a very good
throwing arm," said Fisher.
Looking to the coming contest
with Wayne this afternoon, Fish-
er couldn't come up with a definite
starting line-up, but he said that
he is planning on using almost all
his players. He said that Glen Gir-
ardin is his probable for a start-
ing assignment on the mound.
Fisher is playing to win, but he
feels that Wayne will not give
Michigan as tough a battle as it
will find in the Big Ten, and there-
fore he wants as many players as
possible to gain experience.
Cage Practice
To Start Soon
Michigan's basketball t e a m,
hopeful of improving on its sixth
place finish of this past season,
opens its Spring basketball prac-
tice Thursday, April 14, at the In-
tra-Mural Building.
Captain Tom Jorgenson heads
a list of cagers which includesl
three returning regulars as well
as a host of freshmen. Coach Bill
Perigo has asked all men inter-
ested to report at 3 p.m.

MARY WISNIEWSKI
... tops on trip

W ings Seek
Stanley Cup
'At Montreal
MONTREAL (P)-The Montreal
Canadiens now have reached the
"(do-or-die" stage in their Stanley
Cup series with the Detroit Red
Wings.
When the two National Hockey
League teams meet here tonight
in the sixth game of the cup final,
the Canadiens will have to win to
stave off elimination. The power-
ful Wings now lead the best-of-
seven series 3-2 as a result of vic-
tories on Detroit ice.
Should the Canadiens win to-
night, a seventh and deciding
game will be played Thursday in
Detroit, where the Wings haven't
been beaten in 23 games.
The Wings, who have already
broken two playoff scoring rec-
ords, will be after two more in to-
night's game. Gordie Howe and
Captain Ted Lindsay each need
only one assist to tie the playoff
record of 12, while Howe is four
goals short of Maurice "Rocket"
Richard's playoff mark of 12.
In Detroit Sunday night, the
Wings soundly trounced the Cana-
diens, 5-1.

By TOM BEIERLE
Paced by Bob McMasters' blaz-
ing one under par 71, the Wolver-
ine linksters opened their regular
season dual meet schedule yester-
day by soundly beating Coach Wil-
liam Joyce's University of Detroit
squad, 15-3.
McMasters, who put together
rounds of 35 and 36 for a 71 to-
tal played a very steady game all
the way, garnering three birdies
to offset his two bogies and give
him his one under par score,
McMasters' rounos were more
than enough to win all three points
from U. of D.'s Tom Watrous,
whose 77 (39-38) was tops for the
men from Detroit.
Sophs Make Clean Sweep
Two other Wolverines, sopho-
mores Fred Mickcow and Skip
MacMichael, made a clean sweep
by winning all three points. Mick-
cow carded a 78 to upset Ron
Stelter who had an 83. Stelter,
who last year played in Detroit's
number one twosome, fell down
on the back nine, carding a 43, and
lost any chance he had to gain
points.
MacMichael's 77, which was sec-
ond best for Michigan was pushed
all the way by Ray Maisevich
whose rounds of 41-39 for a total
of 80 were just shy of neating Mac-
Michael's 40-37.
Right in back of their teammates
in the scoring column were John
Entries Open
In All-Campus
.-M Tourneys
Entries are being taken at the
Intra-Mural Sports Building for
the Spring all-campus tourna-
ments.
Tournaments are being sched-
uled in baseball, rifle shooting,
tennis singles, horseshoes, and
golf. Tryout applications for Sigma
Delta Psi, national honorary ath-
letic fraternity, are also being ac-
cepted.

Schubeck and Ken Myers who both
were able to capture 2% out of
the three possible points. Schu-
beck's first round 40 was tied by
U. or D.'s Bill Teifke to give Teif-
ke % point, but Schubeck pulled
away on the back nine to win by
two strokes.
Myers Beats Conlon
Ray Conlon lost out to Myers
on the first nine by one stroke but
was able to catch him on the back
nine round to give him 2 point
but it wasn't enough to win the
match which ended 79 to 80.
Low man on the totem pole for
Michigan was sophomore Steve
All candidates for Spring
Football practice, which opens
next Monday, April 18, should
draw their equipment at Yost
Field House.
--Bennie Oosterbaan
Uzelac, who was only able to take
one point away from Detroit's Tom
Chisholm.
Chisholm sliped badly on the
second nine and Uzelac was able
to win this point, but it wasn't
nearly enough to take the 18 hole
total away from Chisholm. The
match score was 83 to 85.
Stiff Wind
The meet yesterday, an 18 hole
medal play match, was played in
the face of a stiff wind, and in
the late afternoon, in a steady
drizzle.
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer com-
mented that he was very pleased
with the whole team's showing
considering the weather condi-
tions under which the match was
played and the fact that for~ five
of the six men who played, this
meet was only their second ap-
pearance in college competition.
Missing from yesterday's lineup
was senior Andy Andrews who was
out with a cold. Also missing were
sophomores Henry Loeb and Dave
Wakely but Katzenmeyer insists
that these two men are still very
much in the running for a posi-
tion on the starting squad.

PETE PAULUS
... wins three in South
Nats Begin
Pennant Race
With Victory
By The Associated Press
Washington a n d Cincinnati
stole a lap on the field with spe-
cial opening day festivities yes-
terday while the other major
league clubs prepared to begin the
long pennant chase today.
President Eisenhower Jinxed
Washington's opposition for the
second straight year as the Sen-
ators got the 1955 American
League baseball season going with
a 12-5 rout of the Baltimore Or-
ioles.
The President, after tossing out
the first ball, munched popcorn
and cheered avidly. He stuck
around to the last out. During the
long afternoon, the Senators be-
labored five Baltimore pitchers.
Bob Porterfield made his third
opening day start his first such
winning performance, scattering
six hits and helping his own cause
with some sound hitting and field-
ing.
Cubs Top Redlegs
The Chicago Cubs hit for dis-
tance against wobbly Cincinnati
pitching and two home runs plus
five doubles sparked them to a
7-5 victory over the Redlegs in the
opening game of the 1955 Nation-
al League pennant race.
Art Fowler, Cincinnati's "soph-
omore" righthander, lasted only
two innings and by that time the
Cubs had a 3-0 lead. After him
came Joe Nuxhall, Rudy Minar-
cin and Jackie Cullum.
Bob Rush, the Cubs' starter,
lasted until two were out in the
fourth but credit for the victory
went to Sam Jones.
Gene Baker and Harry Chiti
provided the home runs which
sparked the Chicago attack. Ted
Kluszewski, last year's major
league home run and runs-batted-
in king, clubbed one for Cincin-
nati.

Three easy Wolverine victories
in a row marked the just-com-
pleted spring tour of Coach Bill
Murphy's highly-touted tennis
squad.
Although greatly impressed by
his team's showing, Coach Mur-
phy hastened to admit that the
lop-sided triumphs over Vander-
bilt, Georgia Tech, and Georgia
were not too significant because
the Southern schools did not offer
the strongest type of competition.
"If we had met and defeated Tu-
lane or Louisiana State," Murphy
commented,, "then we would be
sure of our strength." Tulane, with
national champion Ham Richard-
son, dealt Michigan its only loss
of the 1954 southern jaunt.
Big Ten Hopes High
Still, the record of losing only
three sets in three matches caused
no lessening of the great expec-
tations shared by Michigan net
fans for a successful Big Ten sea-
son.
On April 4 the Wolverines be-
gan the exhibition dual meet sea-
son with a 7-2 rout of Vanderbilt.
Only second and third singles
players, Mark Jaffe and Bob Ne-
derlander, respectively, lost in two
closely-fought matches.
Two days later a loss by the
second doubles combination of Al
Mann and Pete Paulus was the
only mar in the Wolverines'
shellacking of Georgia Tech, 8-1.
Georgia Whitewashed
Perfection was finally reached
the following day with a 9-0
whitewash of the University of
Georgia.
With the whole team adapting
well to its first outdoor play of
the year, three players were es-
pecially outstanding. Dick Pot-
ter, who has been battling to
clinch a position among the start-
ing six, showed great improve-
mentsover his previous indoor
play as he copped all his matches.
Number one man Barry Mac-

Kay and fourth-positioned Fete
Paulus also starred with three
straight singles triumphs apiece.
The Wolverines now spend al-
most a month of intra-squad bat-
tling for position before they be-
gin their regular dual meet sched-
ule on May 3 against Wayne Uni-
versity.
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By PHIL DOUGLIS
Wolverine track mentor Don'
Canham had to eat his own words
over the recent spring vacation,
when to the surprise of all, his
fired up squad blistered the west'
coast and the southwest with
three resounding dualtmeet victor-
ies.
Two of these wins were expect-
ed, but a thrilling 671/ to 5423 tri-
umph over Stanford was a direct
contradiction to Canham's gloomy
prediction of an Indian victory.
Coupled with an 83-39 butcher-
ing of Fresno State, and an 88-341
slaughter of Arizona State, it ap-
pears that Michigan may well
have one of its best outdoor squads
in a decade. These wins are even
more remarkable when one consid-
ers that this trip "marked Michi-
gan's first venture outdoors plus
the fact that two of its ace sprint-
ers, John Brown and John Vallo-
tigara, were left at home with ail-
ments.
The Wolverine squad now takes
life easy, merely practicing dur-
ing the next two weeks. The next

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Ohio Relays, set for Columbus, on
Saturday, April 23.
Canham in Germany
Meanwhile Coach Don Canham
took leave of his squad for a few
weeks by flying to Germany to
conduct track clinics on behalf of
the State Department. Canham is
expected to rejoin the Wolverines
about May 1st. Untl then, assist-
ant coach Elmer Swanson, assisted
by Phil Diamond, will take over
the Michigan coaching reins.
The victories over Fresno and
Arizonai State were expected, but
the Stanford thrillcr was a pleas-
ant -urprise to everybody but the
favored Indians.
Michigan rolled to 10 first
places, with Jimmy Love garner-
ing two of them, to take the meet.
Fresno Falls
On to Fresno St: te went the
Canham cavalcade, and with Big
All M-Men are reminded of
the M-Club meeting tonight at
7:30 p.m. in the M-Room at the
Yost Field House.
-Andy Kaul
Ron Kramer winning the high
jump at 6'-4", and the discus at
145 feet Michigan was never in
trouble. Taking 11 events and a
tie in the pole vault, the track
events were paced by Wallingford
who ran the best two mile of his
career, 9:19.6.
The meet under the stars at
Tempe against Arizona State was

no contest for the second straight
time, as Michigan outclassed the
Bulldogs in 11 events to easily
glide to a victory.

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Beginning the current I-M Res-
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by a 12 to 4 score with all 12 runs
coming in tne fourth and final
frame.
With one away in the fourth
Reeves put 14 men in succession
on base.' A two rug, double by Ross
DeBoskey provided the tying score
for Reeves.
In other action yesterday Hins-
dale was beaten to the tune of 19
to 7 by Van Tyne. Van Tyne scored
ten runs in the first stanza against
a six man Hinsdale squad.
After acquiring a full team.
Hinsdale managed to almost hold
its own against the opposition.
Strauss Ties Williams
Ending in a deadlock was the
contest between Strauss and Wil-
liams Houses. This hard fought
game, which was called in the fifth
inning due to darkness and rain,
found John Potter leading the
Williams' batters with a home run
and a single.
Another game ended with Scott

and Anderson each putting across
17 runs.
Last year's defending softball
champions Michigan House de-
feated Allen Rumsey in a short
three inning game which was
called on account of time. When
the battle ended Michigan was on
the winning end of an 11 to 5
score.
Cooley won over Huber via a
forfeit. Lloyd House outclassed
Gomberg with the final results
showing Lloyd on top by 10 to 1.

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