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SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 19S5/

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 1955' THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THIIEI~

Michigan

Golfers,

Tracksters Excel at Columbus

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-Daily-Dick Gaskill
MICHIGAN CURVEBALLER-Don Poloskey throws plateward to
catcher Gene Snider in first inning of yesterday's second game
with Wisconsin.
Wolverine Nine Slugs Out
Double in Over Badgers

Links Team
Led by Play
Of Schubeek
Special to The Daily
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Michigan's
golf team passed its first stiff test
of the season yesterday when it
tied with Ohio State for second
place in a quadrangular meet here.
The Wolverine linksters cap-
tured further honors as they
downed Indiana 27-9, but lost to
winning Purdue by a slight 19-17
margin:
John Schubeck, low medalist
for the day, shot a 72-74-146. He
was closely followed by Bob Mc-
Masters, who shot 75 twice. The
rest of Michigan's six-man team,1
composed of Fred Micklow, Ken
'Meyers, Skip MacMichael and
Henry Loeb scored totals of be-
tween 153 and 156. Nearly all the
Michigan 18-hole scores hit below
80.
Plays Steady
Schubeck played a steady game
throughout the day, and greatly
impressed Coach Bert Katzenmey-
er. McMasters, although not as
steady as his teammate, also play-
ed a very fine game, shooting 150.
In the other meet scores Pur-'
due trampled Indiana and Ohio
State, taking the first match, 20-
16. and the second by a score of
26%-9/2. Low man for the victors
was Joel Campbell, shooting 71-77
for a total of 148.
Although the Buckeyes lost to
both Michigan and Purdue, they
saved face by taking the match
against Indiana, 25-11. Low man
on the OSU team was Francis
Cardi, the Buckeyes' number onel
linkster, who tallied 74-76-150.
Katzenmeyer was pleased with
the team's performance. "I think
they have better golf in them," he
said, "and it's just a matter of
time until it comes out. But on
the whole, I have very few com-
plaints about their games today."

JACK HORWITZ PHIL DOUGLIS
.. named new senior sports editors yesterday

ALAN EISENBERG

Douglis Named New Sports Editor;
Eisenberg, Horwitz Are Associates '

Special to The Daily
COLUMBUS, Ohio-Michigan's
tracksters, competing in the first
major outdoor meet of the year in
the Midwest, accounted for eight
thirds, a second and two firsts in
the annual Ohio Relays here yes-
terday.
Highlighting the meet from
Michigan's standpoint was the
mile relay event, which the Wol-
verines won with a brilliant clock-
ing of 3:14.7, the best time of the
current outdoor season in the en-
tire country, according to Acting
Track Coach Elmer Swanson. It
was also a new meet record.
Sowell 'Fantastic'
A close second was Pittsburgh's
quartet, .,parked by the great
sophomore Arnie Sowell,, whose
strenuous performance yesterday
was termed "fantastic" by Swan-
son.
The first three men in Michi-
gan's combo-Laird Sloan, Dave
Hessler and Dick Flodin-ran well
enough to hold a small edge on the
Panthers at the three-quarter
mark, setting the stage for a
breathtaking anchor dual between
Sowell and the Wolverines' Grant,
Scruggs. Scruggs then ran an ex-
cellent 47.5 final quarter, only to'
have Sowell breathing down his
neck with an amazing 46.4.
Scruggs barely nipped him at the
tape.
In Michigan's other first, Sow-
ell again played a prominent role.
The Maize and Blue copped top
honors in the distance medley re-
lay in 10:09.5, with Pittsburgh
again second.
The event consists of a quarter,

half, three-quarter, and mile.
Sowell's three-quarter, run in the
incredible time of 2:58.5, gave Pitt
a 40-yard lead over the Wolver-
ines, but John Moule, Michigan's
fine miler, closed the gap and ran
a great race to win.
Wallingford Second
In the one-and-a-half mile,
Wolverine Ron Wallingford fin-
ished second to Michigan State's
Scotch freshman, Harry Kennedy,
who was timed at 6:47.3 to Wal-
lingford's 6:49.2.
The 1000-yard run was taken by
Bill Conrardy of Chicago in 2:12.4.
Len Truex, former Ohio State
flash, was second, and Wolverine
Hobe Jones third. Conrardy, for-
mer Loyola star, also won the 600
in 1:11.7.
The shot put was won by the
national collegiate champ, Tom
Jones of Miami (Ohio), with
57'8" Roosevelt Greer of Penn
State was second, and Michigan's
Dave Owen, with a heave of 54'4",
placed third. It was a personal
record for Owen.
Major - league
Scores
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 3, Cleveland 0
Chicago 29, Kansas City 6 (ties ma-
jor league record for runs scored by
one team in a single game.)
New York 7, Boston 2
Baltimore 3, Washington 0

Thinclads Take Two Firsts;
Mile Relay Team Victorious

Phil Douglis, '56, was appointed
Daily Sports Editor yesterday by
the Board in Control of Student
Publications.
The Board also named Alan D.
Eisenberg, '56, and Jack A. Hor-
witz, '56 BAd, as Associate Sports
Editors.
All three men are affiliates of
Tau Delta Phi Fraternity.
Hailing from Highland Park, Ill.,
Douglis plans to make sports-
writing his career. The journal-
ism major has recently been
named a candidate for KappabAl-
pha Tau, national scholastic jour-
nalism honorary. He has been a
member of the Daily sports staff

for three years, and has served business staff for one semester be-
one year as a Night Editor. He is fore switching to the sports desk.
20 years old. The three succeed Sports Edi-
Eisenberg plans to enter legal tor Dave Livingston and Associ-
studies after his graduation from ate Sports Editor Hanley Gurwin
the University. The 20-year-old and Warren Wertheimer, who are

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Coach Ray Fisher's men open-
ed their rally in the third when
Eaddy hit a home run over the left
field fence with Benedict and Bill
°h-Thurston (pinch hitting for Po-
loskey) on board. After garnering
a score in each of the fourth and
fifth innings the Maize and Blue
began their fabulous sixth stanza
slaughter.
Tony Bianoff, batting for Tom-
melein, opened the massacre by
blasting a home run over the left
field fence. In an attempt to snare
the blast. Badger leftfielder Jack
Nowka hung himself on the fence
and required the centerfielder's
assistance in removing himself.
Six Successive Hits for 'M'
Following Vukovich's flyout,
Snider, Jim Clark, Benedict, Fox,
Cline, and Eaddy got six succes-
sive hits for the Wolverines. Tip-
pery flied to right. Branoff, up for
the second time in the inning, was
called out for interference when
he got in the way of the catcher's
throw to third base to get Eaddy,
who was attempting to steal; thus
ending the stanza.
Glenn Girardin was awarded the
victory as the winning Michigan
Two for Ray

runs came during his tenure on
the mound.
Loud cheering emitted from the
crowd upon the announcement
that Michigan State had lost the
first game of its double header
with Northwestern, 17-6. The
Spartans bounced back to take the
second encounter, 6-1.
Corey's.Runs
Highlight'M'.
Grid Practice
Featuring a running and passing
exhibition, the Michigan football
squad ran through its second
scrimmage of the young practice
season yesterday at Ferry Field.
George Corey highlighted the
day's festivities as he scored two
touchdowns and made three other
runs for sizeable gains. Terry Barr
also looked good, running from the
left-half back slot.
Showing fine passing form, Jim
Maddock clicked on passes to Ter-
ry Barr, Gordie Morrow, and a
pitchout to George Corey good for
ten yards.
Jim Pace, candidate for the left
halfback position, showed up his
blazing speed on runs around right
end, off tackle, and on a scoring
run from eight yards out over
right end.
In order to lessen the problem of
tackles, line coach Jake Blott has
moved end letterman Charlie
Brooks to the tackle position.
Other experimental changes
were the shifting of substitute
right halfback Ed Shannon and
Letterman Mike Rotunno to the
fullback positions.

Brooklyn, N.Y. resident is an Eng-
lish major, and has been a varsity
track manager. He served with the
Daily business staff for one year
before beginning his work on the
sports staff. He also is ending a
term as Night Editor.
Horwitz, 20 years old, plans tol
enteruthe insurance business in
the future. A Detroit resident, he
has held the position of treasurer
in his fraternity. The former Night
Editor was a member of the Daily

the outgoing senior sports staffers.
Soccer Club Wins
Michigan's soccer club scor-
ed its first win of the season
yesterday when it trampled the
Indiana team 5-1. Michigan's
goals, were . scored . by . Tony
Wallwork,Hank Reichert, Kuo-
Chiew Quan, and Ray Yong
(2).

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Brooklyn 3, New York 1
Milwaukee 5, St. Louis 4
Philadelphia 8, Pittsburgh 0
Chicago 1, Cincinnati 0

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FIRST GAME
WISCONSIN AB R
Hrlevich, ss ......... 2 0
Nowka, if ............ 4 0
Rubin, of........... 4 0
Temp, 1b ........4 0
Wagner, c ............ 2 1
Mattson, rf .......... 4 0
Ackerman, 2b.........4 0
Olson, 3b ............ 3 0,
Robichaud, p.........3 0
TOTALS ..........30 1
MICHIGAN AB R
Benedict, ss ......... 4 1
Fox, cf...............3 0
Cline, rf..............3 0
Eaddy, 3b ............ 4 0
Tippery, 2b .......... 3 0
Tommelein, If......... 4 1
Vukovich, lb......... 4 0
Snider, c.......3 0
Wisniewski, p.........2 1
TOTALS ..........30 3

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Wisconsin.......000 000 100- 1 5;
MICHIGAN .....010 020 00x- 3 101
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SECOND GAME

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WISCONSIN AB R H E
Hrlevich, ss..........;2 1 0 0
Nowka, If.............4 1 2 0
Rubin, cf ...,........ 2 1 1 0
Temp, lb .............3 1 1 0
Wagner, c ...........2 0 2 0
Mattson, rf............1 0 0 0
Ackerman, 2b......... 3 0 0 1
Olson, p........0 0 0 0
Sepitch, p............. 1 0 0 1
McNamara, rf......... 0 0 0 0
Olsen, p .............. 0, 0 0 0
Rusch, p............. 0 0 0 0
*Hilgenburg........... 1 0 0 0
**Kelliher............1 0 0 0
TOTALS ..........23 4 6 2
*struck out for Rusch in 7th
**popped out for Hrlevich in 7th
MICHIGAN AB R H E
Benedict, ss .......... 4 3 2 0
Fox, cf......... 4 1 2 0
Cline, rf..............3 1 1 0
Eaddy, 3J. ............ 4 1 3 1
Tippery, 2b........... 4 0 1 0
TommeleinTmIf.........-2 1 1 0
Vukovich, lb..........-2 0 0 0
Snider, c............ 3 1 1 1
Peterjohn, p.......... 0 0 0 0
Poloskey, p........... 0 0 0 0
*Thulrston............ 0 1 0 0
Girardin, p .......... 1 0 0 0
Clark, p.............. 1 1 1 0',
**Bmnoff.............1I 1 1 0
TOTALS ..........29 11 13 2
*walked for Polosky in 3rd
**homered and out on Interfer-
ence for Tommelein in 6th
Wisconsin ........301 000 0- 4 6 2
MICHIGAN ....... 003 116 i-il 13 2

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