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WZDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 19+55

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Girardin, Poloskey Restrict
Tartars to Three Safeties

By JACK HORWITZ
Michigan's 1955 baseball squad
made its home debut yesterday
afternoon trouncing a green Wayne
University team, 6-0, at the Fer-
ry Field Stadium.
Pitcher Glenn Girardin, who
isn't even listed on the official
roster, and Don Poloskey combin-
ed to hold the Tartars to three
hits while the Wolverines were
pounding out 11 hits for an easy
win. Girardin allowed but two hits
Eaddy Barred
The Wolverine diamond squad
encountered a case of discrim-
ination against Negro players
on their recent southern trip
when Don Eaddy, star third
baseman and one of Michigan's
A leading hitters, was not per-
mitted to play against East
Carolina Teacher's College of
x Greenville, North Carolina.
East Carolina has a rule in
its charter which forbids Ne-
gros from playing. Both Coach
Ray Fisher and Eaddy knew of
the rule in advance, and no in-
cident occurred. Eaddy took
part in the pre-game practice,
and later watched the game
from the bench in civilian
clothes. East Carolina has In-
dicated that the charter may
be changed next year.
Eaddy took part in the other
games held in North Carolina
against Duke and the Univer-
sity of North Carolina.
in the six innings he worked, a
double in the fifth by Tartar left-
fielder Joe Raich and a scratch
$ingle by second baseman John
Henry, leading off in the sixth.
Benedict Opens Scoring
The Wolverines opened the scor-
ing with a run in the third inning
when shortstop Moby Benedict
doubled off the left field barrier
and scored on a long fly to right
by Captain Danny Cline Michigan
missed a scoring opportunity when
second baseman Ken Tippery was
" picked off second base when he
overslid the bag in the second
starfsa.
The Maize and Blue picked up
single runs in the fifth and sixth
innings to increase its lead to 3-0.
after two were out, centerfielder
Bruce Fox singled to center, stole
second, and scored on a single to
center by Cline.
In the following inning, left-
fielder Howie Tommelein opened
the inning by beating out a bunt
down the third base line, and two
outs later pinch hitter Will Per-
rY, batting for Girardin, was hit
by the second Tartar pitcher Ed
Carr. Tommelein moved to sec-
ond, and when Carr threw the ball
Fine Start

past first base in an effort to pick
off Perry, the fleet fielder sared.
In the Michigan half of the sev-
enth, the tiring Tarters complete-
ly fell apart. Reliefer Louis Hriber
gave up three walks, and the Wol-
verines added a single and an out
for three runs.
Girardin Bears Down
The Wayne nine failed to get a
man past second base as Girardin
bore down in the clutch. In addi-
tion to striking out five men, he
foiled the only Tartar scoring
chance when he got Raich to
ground out with two men on the
bases.
Yesterday's game was the first
for Wayne this season while Mich-
igan just completed its annual
southern trip, winning five games
while losing three and tying one.
The Wolverines now have a 6-3-1
record. The Tartars have only had
a few days of outdoor practice be-
fore jumping into the season's
schedule. Wayne coach Joe Truske
indicated previous to the game that
he expected the Tarters to have
a "pretty fair" team with a few
games under their belts.
Today, the Wolverines meet an
always good University of Detroit
team. However, the Titans will be
in the same position as Wayne, not
having much practice behind them.
The game starts at 3:30 at the
Ferry Field Stadium.
Win Raises
Wolverine
Golf Hopes
By STEVE HELPERN
The future of Michigan's golf
team may still be cloudy, but a
slight touch of optimism on that
subject must prevail when con-
sidering the promising showing of
the squad thus far.
A sound thrashing of Detroit's
Titans by a 15-3 score, here Mon-
day after a weather - blessed
Southern tour, is an indication
that the Wolverines may improve
on their dismal ninth-place Con-
ference showing in 1954.
Favorable Weather
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer's lads
played golf, golf and more golf on
their Dixie swing - the weather
was near-perfect. This contrasts
with last year's tour, when the ele-
ments limited Michigan's practice
time.
A 22-7%/2 defeat at the hands
of North Carolina didn't seem to
bother Katzenmeyer. "Don't for-
get, the Tarheels are approaching
the end of their season, while ours
is just beginning," he said.
In fact, the score doesn't indi-
cate the closeness of the meet.
Many times the Wolverines battled
their opponents on even terms un-
til the last two or three holes, then
were edged out for the all-valuable
points.
McMasters Greatly Improved
Bob McMasters, who fired a
brilliant one-under-par 71 against
the Titans, drew plaudits from
Katzenmeyer. "Bob's mental out-
look was much, much better Mon-
day. He was having trouble down
South keeping his good rounds go-
ing well, always seeming to run
into some trouble at the wrong
time, but I think he has licked the
problem, judging by his recent fine
performance."
Andy Andrews, who was absent
Monday because of a bad cold, is
back in fine physical shape and
worked out on the University
course yesterday.
It appears that Katzenmeyer
will juggle his nine men in and
out of the lineup this year, trying
to determine which six will rep-
resent Michigan in the Big Ten
championships,.

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FRANK SZALWINSKI, sophomore Michigan catcher, takes off
for first base in yesterday's shutout win over Wayne while Tartar
catcher, Dick Gogolewski, looks on helplessly. Despite his seeming
hurry Szalwinski was unable to get to first ahead of the ball.
Phi Kappa Sigma Tops Sigma
Nu, 7-6; Delta Tau Delta Wins

Canadiens THREE GAMES POST.
Kansas City,
Stop Wings; KassCt
By The Associated Press
T ied The transplanted Kansas City
Athletics made an impressive de-
but in their new home yesterday
MONTREAL P)-With Bernie as they trounced the Detroit Tig-
"Boom Boom" Geoffrion blasting ers 6-2 in their season's opener.
home two goals and assisting on Bad weather forced postpone-
another, the never-say-die Mon- ment of three games in the east,
treal Canadiens deadlocked the while some 190,951 fans saw the
Stanley Cup final last night by five other openers. Games between
defeating the Detroit Red Wings the defending World Champion
6-3. New York Giants and the Phila-
Now the series is tied at 3 games delphia Phillies; the Brooklyn
apiece and the finale will be played Dodgers and the Pittsburgh Pi-
in Detroit tomorrow. Still, the rates in the National League; and
crippled Canadiens are in an un- the New York Yankees and the
enviable position since the Wings Washington Senators were can-
haven't lost on Detroit ice in 23 celled due to rain.
games. Alex Kellner, a big disappoint-
But it was all Montreal last ment for the A's last season, was
night after the first period which the starter and winner for Kansas
ended at 1-1. That was when City although he needed help
Boom Boom began booming and from Ewell Blackwell in the sixth.
the session ended with Canadiens The Athletics scored three runs in
out front, 4-2. the sixth off starter Ned Garvei
Sawchuck Penalized to break a two-two tie.
There was one good-sized i'hu- Garver walked pinch hitter El-
barb and goalie Terry Sawchuck mer Valo with the bases loaded tc
of the Wings, who made a fistfull force in the first run, and Don
of brilliant saves after suffering Bollweg, also pinch hitting, drove
an attack of the flu. came out with in the other two with a single
a 10-minute misconduct penalty. Indians Batter White Sox
It was served by Glen Skov. Cleveland's Indians got away to
The argument came about as a a fast start in defense of their
result of Geoffrion's second goal, American League title, battering
which he slammed in off Jean the Chicago White Sox, 5-1. Pitch-
Beliveau's passout at 18:18. That er Bob Lemon, allowed the White
made the count 4-2 and put the Sax only five hits.
Wings in a hole. "A single by Vic Wertz with the
TENNIS

bases loaded in the first inning
gave the Indians a lead they never
relinquished. Home runs by Al
Smith and Ralph Kiner high-
lighted the Cleveland win.
Red Sox Trounce Orioles
Ted Lepcio, Boston Red Sox
third baseman who hit eight home
runs last year, opened his 1955
Rodriguez Elected
Mike Rodriguez, Big Ten 157
pound wrestling champion and
runnerup in the NCAA tour-
nament, was elected captain of
the 1955-1956 Wolverine wrest-
ling squad at the annual ban-
quet last night.
Only a sophomore eligibility
wise, Rodriguez has two years
of competition ahead of him.
The team's only married mem-
ber, he succeeds Andy Kaul in
the top position.
campaign by posting two round
trippers to lead Boston to a 7-1
victory over the Baltimore Orioles.
While Lepcio and his team-
mates were assaulting three Oriole
pitchers for 13 hits, Frank Sulji-
van was allowing Baltimore five
safeties to get credit for the tri-
umph.

Braves Down Redlegs
In the National League, Warren
Spahn won his third opening day
decision since the Boston Braves
moved into Milwaukee, defeating
the Cincinnati Redlegs, 4-2.
Behind two runs entering the
eighth inning, rookie Chuck Tan-
ner tied the game for Milwaukee
with a pinch hit homer and sophe-
omore Hank Aaron tripled In the
winning run.
Gerry Staley was the losing
pitcher although a home run by
first baseman Ted Kluszewski, de-
fending home run king, gave him
an early 2-1 lead. The four bag-
ger was Kluszewski's second in two
games.
-Cubs Blast Cardinals
The other National League
game saw the Chicago Cubs bat-
ting across 11 runs in the first
two innings to crush the St. Louis
Cardinals, 14-4.
The Cubs garnered 18 hits o'
five Cardinal pitchers including
a homer by Randy Jackson.
Lefty Paul Minner scattered
nine St. Louis hits and coasted
easily to his first 1955 decision, al-
though tagged for doubles by Stan
Musial, Rip Repulski and Bill Vir-
don and a two-run homer by
rookie Ken Boyer.

Whips Tigers in Opener.

Phi Kappa Sigma, limited toj
two runs in the first five innings,
broke loose and scored five mark-
ers in the last inning to edge Sig-
ma Nu, 7-6, yesterday afternoon at
Ferry Field.
Four whitewashings marked the
opening day of the social frater-
nity softball division. Cal Atwood
held Sigma Chi to four hits, three
of the infield variety, as Delta Tau
Delta defeated Sigma Chi, 6-0.
Rob Effinger gave up only two
safeties to lead Phi Kappa Psi to
an easy 14-0 victory over Zeta Psi.
Al Konop held Delta Chi to

three hits as Zeta Beta Tau racked
up 11 runs. And hurler Boyd
Shertzer led Psi Upsilon to a 5-0
win over Delta Kappa Epsilon.
In a high scoring affair, Theta
Chi toppled Chi Phi, 11-9. Joe Ray
and Dann Dever walloped home-
runs for the winners. Phi Delta
Theta had an easy afternoon as
it whipped Sigma Phi, 11-2. In
other games, Chi Psi bested Tri-
angle, 9-4; Delta Upsilon defeat-
ed Alpha Sigma Phi and Lambda
Chi Alpha took Acacia by the for-
feit route.

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WAYNE AB
Snowden, 3b ... 3
Halverson, of .. 4
5anks, ss ...... 3
Henry, 2b ..... 4
Gogolewski, c .. 1
Raich,if ....... 4
Oshinsky, rf ... 2
Straughn, p .... 1
Williams, lb ... 4
Edeb, p ........ 2
Carr, p ........ 0
Pearson, rf .... 2
Briber, p . ... 0
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Benedict, ss ... 5
Fox, cf ........ 4
Cline, rf ....... 3
Ea4dy, 3b ..... 4
Tippery, 2b ..." 3
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