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TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1955

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREI

TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

M'Nine To FaceBroncos Today inRemaici

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Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Golf Squad
In Practice
For Crown
By NATE GREENE
Still licking its wounds, Mich-
t igan's golf team returned to Uni-
versity fairways yesterday to be-
gin preparation for the Big Ten
-Meet.
Their double loss last weekend,
inflicted by Purdue and Ohio
State, left the linksters with 'an
over-all conference record of three
wins, five defeats and two ties. The
victories came at the expense of
Indiana and Michigan State,
which teams wound up on the
short side of the ledger in two
encounters with the Wolverines.
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However the Ann Arbor crew
was unable to make a good show-]
ing against the former squads,
which will be the "ones to beat"
for the conference championship.
Against Purdue and Ohio State
it salvaged but two ties with the
Buckeyes, it's conquerors of last
Saturday.
It was expected that the Wol-
verines would avenge the thrash-
ing meted out to them a week
earlier by the Boilermakers; re-
turning to their home course
should have meant success for
them.
Their potential has still failed
to show up under pressure, how-
ever. Perhaps the three solid weeks
of practice that Coach Bert Katz-
enmeyer has planned for them will
bring enough improvement in the
team so as to make a fight out of
- the all-conference tangle.
There is only one match re-
maining on the schedule, that be-
ing a non-conference tilt with the
University of Detroit, May 21. The
Wolverines crushed the Titans,
> 15-3, earlier in the season.
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Wolverines
Enter Game1
As Favorites
Revenge Sought
For Early Loss
By ED BERNREUTER
This afternoon, after a week-end
of Big Ten baseball competition,
the Wolverines will again meet the
Broncos of Western Michigan.
The last time these two nines
opposed each other, the Broncos
came from behind late in the final
innings to turn back Michigan by
a 7-5 margin. The Wolverines are
eager to avenge this early season
loss and are given a better than
even chance to do just that.
Benedict Stars
Starring this last week-end forI
the Wolverine squad was shortstop
Moby Benedict, whose dramatic
eighth inning home run smash
with one aboard gave his team a
4-2 victory over the Iowa Hawk-
- eyes.
igh Also featured in this game was
do some fine pitching by Jim Clark
in and Iowa's ace hurler, Bill Schoof.
be- Rallying again in the final in-
for nings of both games of a double
header on Saturday, the Wolver-
ines managed to win the second
the game 6-5 and dropped the initial
ing game by only a 3-4 margin to the
ber Minnesota Gophers.
iar-
hor Slow Start

KC Claims
Signs Stolen
By Indians
BALTIMORE, Md. (A)-Is there
a lie detector handy?
And if so. will the Cleveland In-
dians kindly take a test?
Manager Lou Boudreau of the
Kansas City Athletics says that's
the only way hehcan prove his
contention that the Indians had
help from the U.S. Army in win-
ning a doubleheader Sunday.
Lou claims the Indians used an
Army telescope to steal his catch-
er's signs throughout the first
game and part of the second. The
A's lost both games, 9-6 and 2-1.
In the second game Boudreau
insisted that an Army telescope
mounted on a tripod near the
Cleveland bullpen be evacuated in
a jeep.
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Cleveland,...17 7
New York . . .14 8
Chicago ....14 8
Detroit .....14 10
Kansas City .9 13
Washington . .9 14
Boston ......9 16
Baltimore ....7 17

Pet.
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.636
.636
.583
.409
.391
.360
.292

GB

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10

TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Washington (N)
Cleveland at New York (N) .
Chicago at Boston
Kansas City at Baltimore (N)

NATIONAL
W
Brooklyn ....21
Milwaukee . .12
New York ...11
Chicago ....12
Pittsburgh ..10
St. Louis.....8
Cincinnati .. .9
Philadelphia .8

LEAGUE
L Pct.
2 .913
11 .522
11 .500
13 .480
13 .435
12 .400
14 .391
15 .348

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DIVIDE AND CONQUER-Michigan's 880-relay team, composed
of Grant Scruggs, Dick Flodin, Jim Live and John Johnson split
up in last Saturday's triangular meet to capture four other events.
OUTDOOR CHAMPS?
Cindermen Flash Title Form
In Beating Penn State, Navy

MOBY BENEDICT
... heads for first
Wenley Wins IMil
On No-Hitter by Delude

TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Cincinnati (N)
Brooklyn at Chicago
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N)
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (N)

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By JOHN HILLYER
If performance is any indication,
Michigan's tracksters should rank
as "Champions of the West" for
the outdoor season.
Coach Don Canham predicted a
close battle between Michigan and
Penn State last Saturday; and by
all rights it should have been one.
The 23%-point edge which the
rampaging Wolverines held over
the Lions after the final tape had
snapped wassimply the result of a
nearly -unprecedented perform-
ance.
Bad News for Big Ten
The potential which this sur-
prising crew displayed finally came
to the fore at State College, and if
it continues to hold forth, the rest
of the Big Ten aggregations will
have their work cut out for them.
Take for an instance the clock-
ing turned in by John Johnson, the
flashy sophomore, in the 100-yard
dash. This was perhaps the most
unexpected performance of the
meet, although it wasn't good
enough to win. Pitted against the
best in the nation-Art Pollard of
the Lions-Johnson reeled off the
distance in :09.6, only to lose by a
trifle.

Ron Kramer, entered in the hi
jump, discus, and shot, could
no better than to take a third
the discus, the reason for this 1
ing that he has been plaguedf
some time by a sore hand.
Climaxing the afternoon wast
mile relay foursome's amaz
3:13.5, which saw each mem
of the group turn in his best qu
ter-mile clocking. Scruggs' ancJ
lap was run in 46.9.
Has Balance
In addition to the squad's f
of retching its near-poten
simultaneously, it also dem
strated surprising balance. Inv
tually none of the events was th
displayed what could be terme
mediocre performance, ast
Maize and Blue came up with ei
out of a possible 15 firsts, andd
played excellent form in th
events which they didn't win.
The only exception to this pr
ed to be the javelin throw,
which Michigan had no en
Navy took all four places in1
event.
BIG 10 BASEBALL STANDINI

By AL KONOP
The weather was cold and rainy,
but the action was hot in I-M
Residence Hall softball yesterday
at Ferry Field.
Bob Delude turned in the pitch-
ing performance of the day as he
hurled a brilliant no-hitter to give
.Wenley House a 5-0 win over Kel-
sey. Delude fanned 13 of the 15
men that he faced, with only
former Michigan grid star, Gene
Derricote, managing to hit the

The hitting of Ray Berra plus
the pitching of Gary Boe was too
much for Gomberg as Hayden
copped an 8-1 decision. Boe gave
up only one infield hit and Berra
slammed two round trippers.
Scoreless Tie
Adams House and Allen-Rum-
sey battled to a scoreless tie while
Williams lost, 6-3, to Lloyd in a
protested ball game. The protest
came when a Williams House run-
ner wa- canllA dni tnn o n at mnt

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on-
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try.
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Marv 'Visniewski, pitching for
Michigan, got off to a slow start
on the mound, and in the first two
frames the Gophers had already
dealt a deathly blow to the Wol-
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TheGame
T h e Michigan basketballI
team concludes its three and

ball out of the infield. edseloueconae.
Shay Sa' ed steal of second base.
Shaky Start Anderson won the easy way, t
Kelsey's pitcher, Frank Smith, ing a forfeit from Winchell.
got off to a shaky start as he was In the only Independent g6
tagged for four runs in the first of the day the Pill Pushers roc
inning. However, Frank settled BDA 20-6.
down to hurl a two-hit ball game
the rest of the way.
Cal Attwood pitched the second Divorce Granted
no-hitter of the afternoon as r irre
Hinsdale grabbed a 16-0 decision 1 o Will iams'lS i i
from Cooley House. Attwood fan-
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Love Shines MICHIGAN..............7 2 .778
Minnesota.............7 2 .778
Also on the credit side was the Ohio State ............. 4 2 .667
fine showing of Jim Love in the Michigan State........ 5 4 .556
220 low hurdles. Love was more Northwestern........... 5 4 .556
fortunate in that he.upset one of Illinois................3 4 .429
the country's top men to win, Indiana............... 3 4 .429
nrPurdue.................3 5 .375
besting Penn State's Rod Perry by Wisconsin.............. 2 7 .222
a fraction in :20.8. Iowa.................. 1 5 .143

one-half weeks of spring prac- "I'ea ine I~oUU1y iI11rs w0un'
tice with an intra-squad game heavy stick work also featuring theC
at 8 p.m. at the Intramural Hinsdale attack, as it pushed C
Building tonight. Admission will across 10 runs in the third inn- f
be free. ing.s
Homer Breaks Tie a
verine cause. Even though the los- With home runs by Stan Zax
ers tried valiantly in the remaining and Al Orange, and clutch pitch-
stanzas, Minnesota's pitching was ing on the part of Jim McClurg,
strong enough to turn them back. Reeves House turnect back Taylor,
6-2. Orange's four-bagger broke a
The Wolverines were not, how- 2-2 tie in the third inning, and
ever, without opportunities to from there on Reeves had cam-
score. In the seventh inning they plete charge of the contest. -
loaded the bases with none out, McClurg was in constant hot
and scored one run before falling water with men on base in every
victims to a double play. inning but after the second frame
Luck was with the Maize and he hurled scoreless ball.V
Blue squad in the final game as
it won a tilt in which the lead
changed hands several times. In
the seventh and final frame, with
Michigan leading 5-3, the Gophers
made a determined effort to get C'li Litherla
back into the game. This final do-
or-die attempt brought in two
markers-to even up the score at
five all.
In the Wolverine half of the sev- T
enth, the Minnesota shortstop
bobbled a hard hit ball off Don
Eaddy's bat to allow Michigan an
even split of the afternoon's
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CLIFFORD LITHERLAND received a B.A. degree from Rice In-
stitute last year, and is now working for a B.S. in Chemical
Engineering. He is Business Manager of "The Rice Engineer,"
and Vice-President of the fifth-year class at Rice. By asking
questions of prospective employers, Cliff is trying to get informa-
tion that will help him make the best use of his training in the
years ahead.
Arthur Mendolia answers: -

ARTHUR 1. MENDOLIA was graduated from Case
Institute in June 1941 and started work with
the Du Pont Company that same month. In
addition to handling challenging assignments at
work, he also enjoys some interesting hobbies.
Although he makes no claims personally, he's
classed as a minor authority on golf and hi-fi
music. Mr. Mendolia is Assistant Director of
Research for Du Pont's Electrochemicals Dept.

Well, Cliff, I'd say the answer to that question depends
largely on your own preferences. In a company the size-of
Du Pont there are opportunities for growth along either line.
In my own case, I've followed the route of diversification
-and I think you'll find that's the general procedure when
a fellow is interested in administrative work.
For example, after graduation I started work in the re-
search lab at Du Pont's Niagara Falls plant. That was fol-
lowed by two years of process improvement work, and a
stretch as assistant supervisor over one of the plant areas.
Next, I spent a few years in liaison on the design and con-
struction of our first full-scale plant for making nylon inter-
mediates from furfural. Then, I had assignments on "plant
start up," and production supervision before I was given my
present post. I was made Assistant Director of Research for
Du Pont's Electrochemicals Department last August.
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