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VftDNESUAY, MAY 4, 1955

THE MICH1GAiN DAILY

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1955 TilE IIiICiliGAN DAIlY VAE~U' EPTWDW~W

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Golfers,

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Track Team
Runs Well,
Fails to Win
Despite its failure to win top
honors in either of two meets last
weekend, the Wolverine track
squad gave a commendable per-
formance at relay meets held in
two widely separated parts of the
country.
In the Drake Relays, held at
Des Moines, Iowa, and at the Penn
Relays at Philadelphia, the Maize
and Blue showed well in two of
three events at each meet.
Michigan's finest performance at
Drake came in the two mile re-
lay. The Wolverines gave Okla-
homa A&M a stiff race for the
title, losing by only one tenth of
a second. The Michigan squad of
Dan Walter, Pete Gray, Hobe
Jones, and John Moule finished
with the excellent time of 7:40.6.
John Johnson was the other
scorer for the Wolverines with his
third place finish in the 100 yd.I
dash at Drake. Johnson ran theJ
century distance in :10.2, com-
pared to Jim Qolliday of North-
western, who won with a time of
:09.9.
At the Penn relays, Dave Owen
led the Michigan squad with a
third, place finish in the shot put.
The Wolverine sophomore gave a
fine account of himself with a1
heave of 53'7%".1

Improving Loeb Paces
Both Squads With 151

BARRY MacKAY
... number one sophomore star

M' Tennis Team Opens
Season Against Wayne

Special to The Daily
EVANSTON -- Michigan's golf
team yesterday finished a lost
weekend by taking a beating at
the hands ofthe Northwestern
linksters, 19-17.
Originally scheduled as a tri-
angular meet, Wisconsin's failure
to appear turned it into a dual
contest.
Henry Loeb, low medalist for
both teams at 151, turned in the
best performance as far as the
Wolverines were concerned, show-
ing a great deal of improvement
over past performances.
Rainy Weather
The weather was against both
teams in the morning round, as
they battled their way along the
course amidst heavy showers, but
it turned warmer, although windy,
in the afternoon. The course, the
Westmoreland Country Club, was
in excellent shape and very fast.
"The golf balls shot over the
greens like an eight-ball on a
pool table," said Coach Bert Katz-
enmeyer.
Katzenmeyer was greatly satis-
fied with Loeb's effort and was
greatly encouraged as far as Bob
McMaster's was concerned. The
Michigan co-captain took a back-
ward turn at the Michigan State
match, reverting back to his trou-
ble of last year. He carried this
with him through the Purdue

19-1-7
Michigan
Takes I-M
Softball Lead
By BILL GRANSE
Michigan House, the defending
Residence Hall Intramural Soft-
ball champion, moved into a tie
for first place with a 9-3 victory
over Adams House at South Ferry
Field yesterday. Taylor House, the
previous league leader, bowed to
Allen-Rumsey, 12-6.
Coasting behind the fast ball
pitching of Byron Sabin, Michigan
exploded in two big innings, col-
lecting four runs in the first in-
ning and five more in the third.
Four runs were walked over the
plate for Michigan in the wild
third inning while a single by Jer-
ry Zelenka was responsible for the
f if th tally.
Batters Baffled
Bob Delude kept Anderson House
batters baffled by his low fast ball
as he pitched Wenley House to a
9-1 victory. Delude showed re-
markable ability to pitch himself
out of trouble. Anderson seemed
to have a rally started when Stan
Kostman got on base on an error,
leading off in the fifth inning.
However, Delude put out the fire.
In the other softball games,
Scott blasted Winchell, 12-1, Coo-
ley defeated Van Tyne, 11-3, Hay-
den routed Williams, 13-4, and
Delta Sigma Delta crushed Alpha
Kappa Kappa, 12-2. Physics edged
the Willow Run Recreation Center
"B" team, 5-4, Hinsdale won over
Greene on a forfeit, while Frank
Allandt pitched Lloyd to a 7-4
victory over Strauss.

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Michigan's three sophomore ten-
nis stars will be playing the top
positions when the powerful Wol-
verine team opens its season
against Wayne University at 2 p.m.
today.
Sophomores B a r r y MacKay,
Mark Jaffee, and Dick Potter have
been chosen by Coach Bill Murphy
to play the top three singles posi-
tions against Fred Mulhauser's
Tartars, who already have a 6-2
record.
Murphy will use Pete .Paulus,
Bob Mitchell, and Dick Cohen in
the final three singles spots.
Wayne's Big Guns
Mulhauser will probably counter
with his big guns Larry Solomon,
1952 Detroit prep runner-up, 6'2"
r Carl Domalske, and veteran Ed
Kraus. Domalske who generally
plays first singles and beats Solo-
mon in challenge matches, hasn't
been very successful in dual meets
and will probably be moved down
to-number two.
Freshman Fred Trifinoff, Bill
Peterson, the 1950 Detroit prep
doubles titlist, and Solomon's
younger brother Chuck, the 1954
Detroit prep singles champion,
will round out Wayne's singles po-
sitions.
Michigan's doubles team will in-
clude MacKay and" Potter, Al
Mann and Captain Bob Neder-

lander, the 1954 number two Big!
Ten doubles champs, and Jaffee
and Bob Paley.
Wayne will feature their topI
combinations of Domalske and
Trifinoff, Larry Solomon and Pe-I
terson, and Kraus and Chuck Sol-
omon,
The Tartar match will be a
tuneup for the Wolverines' first
Big Ten meet against Northwest-
ern on Friday.

match and yesterday's morning
round, but in the afternoon he
played a much better game, shoot-
ing 79-77-156.
On Way Up
According to Katzenmeyer, Skip'
MacMichael is on the way up but
needs a good push to start him
scoring the way he should. In yes-
terday's match he put together
two rounds of 79 and 80, for a
final tally of 159.
Katzenmeyer commented little
on the performances of John,
Schubeck, Ken Meyers, and Fred
Micklow, other than to say they

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COMBINES PITCHING,

HITTING IN WINS:

Michigan Diamond Squad First in Big Ten

need
beck
fired
159.

a lot of improvement. Schu-
totaled 154, while Meyers
a 168 and Micklow posted a

With almost half of its Big Ten
schedule completed, the Wolverine
baseball squad is currently holding
down first place in the Conference
race.
Minnesota, which has equalled
the Michigan mark of five wins in
six games, shares the top spot
with Coach Ray Fisher's men.
Pitching Shines
Both the hitters and pitchers
shone for Michigan this weekend
as the Wolverines whipped Illi-
nois on Friday and then split a
doubleheader with Purdue on Sat-
urday.
The pitching staff, a sore spot
on the team since early spring,

turned in a fine job in the three
games and bolstered Michigan's
chances of copping the Conference
championship. -
Pitchers Mary Wisniewski, Bill
Thurston, Don Polosky, and Jim
Clark gave up but 16 hits in the
weekend's action. Especially im-
pressive was Thurston's six-hit
victory over Purdue. Bothered by
control trouble all season, the
Maryland sophomore put on a
sterling performance as he struck
out eight batters while walking
but three.
Batting Leaders
Leading the team in batting in
the three-game stretch were Bruce

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Fox and Dan Cline, with seven hits
each. The team as a whole slam-
med home 36 runs in the games
while batting a powerful .374.
Third baseman Don Eaddy, who
was hit on the head by a pitched
ball thrown at Purdue, was not
hurt seriously and is expected to
return to action shortly. Eaddy is
tied with Cline for the team bat-
ting leadership, both men boast-
ing a .500 mark.
Irvin Named Pilot
Of Black Hawks
CHICAGO UP)-Dick Irvin, who
for 15 years coached the Montreal
Canadiens in the National Hock-
ey League, yesterday was named
coach of the Chicago Black Hawks
by Jim Norris, chairman of the
Hawks' board of idrectors.
SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 7, New York 1
Cleveland 4, Boston 2
Washington 12, Kansas City 1
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 5, St. Louis 1
Chicago 4-2, Philadelphia 2-1
(first game the completion of
a game suspended May 1 aft.
er 8% innings)
Brooklyn 2, Milwaukee 0 (12
innings)
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