SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1955
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Wolverines Smother Toledo;
By BILL GRANSE
Don Rieman proved to be the
pitching ace in a group of games
which featured slugging battles as
the Toads defeated Gamma Delta,
6-1, in an Independent softball
game at South Ferry Field yester-
Rieman only allowed the Gam-
ma Delts one hit as the Toads
pushed across five of their six
runs in the fifth inning.
With the help of a wild third
inning, the Willow Run Recrea-
tion Center"B" team set back Po-
litical Science, 13-8.
The IRS Club won over Air
Force ROTC, 9-4, Owen Co-op de-
feated the Mugwumps, 5-2, Fire-
house Five Plus Four defeated the
Foresters, 14-13, and the Willow
Run Recreation Center "A" team
triumphed over English, 10-4.
Bob Willoughby had a field day
at the plate as he led Michigan
Christian Fellowship to an 18-3
rout over Bad Debts Adjustments,
Dave Stewart was the winning
In other games, Zoology Mu-
seum bested Physics, 9-2, behind
the fast-ball pitching of Jack
Sherwood; and Evans Scholars
walloped Nakamura, 19-4. Farouks
Five whitewashed the Hawaiians,
In Social Fraternity ping pong,
Tau Delta- Phi whipped Sigma Chi,
5-0. The Tau Delts will defend
their table tennis championship
next week against Sigma Alpha
Mu, who yesterday whipped Alpha
Epsilon Pi, 4-1.
Iitans in Detroit Today
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MICHIdAN'S SOPHOMORE TENNIS SENSATION,
BARRY MacKAY, DISPLAYS SERVE
Tennis Sensation MaeKay
Continues Improved P lay
BUBBLING WITH EXCITING :
PURSUED THRU SCREECHING
JJA1 E DAN
By DIANE LaBAKAS
A match with the University of
Indiana, May 20, should prove of
interest to Wolverine tennis soph-
omore sensation Barry MacKay in
more ways than one.
MacKay, who expects to be
playing first singles, will probably
be competing against an old ri-
val, Gerald Parchute, in a match
which could decide which team
finishes on top in the Big Ten
MacKay started his tennis ca-
reer at the age of nine with his
older sister, Bonny, who won the
National Junior Girls Indoor and
Outdoor doubles titles in 1951.
ONE FULL WEEK
OMtEY CROWTHER - N. Y. Times soys
"IT'S A MAJOR ACHIEVEMEN"
:L & Sun
In COLOR --
By the time he completed his
junior tenure, Barry's powerful
service, aided by his 6'5" height,
and his excellent volleying gave
him a ranking of three in doubles
and 16 in singles.
Barry attributes much of his
success to the experience he ac-
quired last summer while travel-
ing with the Junior Davis Cup
team, coached by professional
The team, which is comprised of
the nation's top ranked Junior
players, hit all the major tourna-
ments where Barry competed
against such stars as Ken Rose-
wall, Lew Hoad, Art Larsen, and
"I played my greatest doubles
match," said Barry, "when I
teamed with Maxwell Brown, Lou-
isville, Ky., to lose to Hoad and
Rosewall in the national doubles
championships, 6-2, 6-2, 7-5, and
never lost my serve throughout the
Barry attributes most of his de-
feats to a weak backhand which
he is working on daily to improve.
Coach Bill Murphy is expecting
to play MacKay with sophomore
Dick Potter, whose strong serve
and good volleying could make
them a potent first doubles combi-
Several Wolverines found them-
selves safe at first with infield hits
abecause of this.
Only One Hit
Toledo's single hit and only run
came in the seventh inning off
hurler Jim Clark as sophomore
third baseman Ed Gliatti blasted
a home run far over the left field
fence. The rest of the Toledo bat-
ters appeared baffled and only
managed to lift the ball over the
infield four times.
The major factor in Michigan's
overwhelming victory lay in To-
ledo's lack of heads-up ballplay-
AB R H E
Collins, 2b...............4 0 0 0
Takacs, -if............... 3 0 0 0
Hunt, ss ................ 3 0 0 2
Gliatti, 3b...............3 1 1 1
Basich, cf............... 3 0 0 0
Kristoff, rf .............. 1 0 0 0
Miller, rf.................2 0 0 0
Smith, lb............... 3 0 0 0
Bloomer,c:..............1 0 1
Reeves, c.................2 0 0 0
Baldwin, p...............1 0 0 0
Guttman, p.............1 0 0 0
Zerby, p.................0 0 0 0
TOTALS............27 1 1 4
AB R H E
Benedict, ss ........... 2 1 1 0
Meyers, ss............3 1 2 0
Fox, cf....... 3 2 0 0
Westwood, cf........... 2 0 1 6
Cline, rf ............... 2 3 1 0
Perry, rf...............2 0 0 0
Eaddy, 3b..............3 1 1 0
Tippery, 2b............3 2 1 0
Ronan, 2b............. 1 0 1 0
Tommelein, If......... 5 1 2 0
Vukovich, lb.......... 4 2 1 01
Snyder,c.............. 3 1 1 0
Szalwinski c.... :. 0 0 0
Black, c.,..............0 0 0 0
Levy, p...............1 1 0 0
Clark, p............... 1 1 1 0
Fagge,p..............1 0 0 0
Peterjohn, p........... 0 0 0 0
TOTALS..........38 16 13 0
ing, and in the fact that Michi-
gan took every advantage that it
had in exploiting its weaker op-
Toledo comimitted four errors,
three of them in the third inning,
and along with this several hard
chances were dropped, a majority
of which landed in the players
glove and then dropped out. Also,
Michigan stole six bases because
of an inexperienced opposing
catcher, and scored two runs on a
combination of wild pitches, pass-
ed balls, and balks.
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New York...........2 1
Chicago ............1 1
Washington ..........1 1
Kansas City ..........1 2
Detroit .............1 3
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