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SATURDAY. MAY 14. 1955

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THEE

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Tennis

Team

Whips Irish, 8-1;

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Intrasquad Contest To Climax
;S ootball Practice Today

Grid Squad
To Perform
In Stadium
By DAVE GREY
The Michigan Stadium will be
the scene for the annual final
spring football scrimmage this
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Admission will be free to watch
the two evenly-divided White and
Blue squads run through a regula-
tion time game, which could go a
long way in determining just how
much and how good depth the
Wolverines can field next fall.
Question - mark positions o f
tackle and fullback will be given
a sharp viewing by Coach Bennie
Oosterbaan. and his staff. The
scramble for starting berth at left
halfback will feature the versatile
wrunning and passing attacks of
veteran Terry Barr and new speed-
ster Jim Pace.
Halfback Ed Shannon and end
Mike Rotunno, key figures as so-
phomores on last year's team, have
been experimenting at fullback
and should see some action this
afternoon at this relatively un-
familiar slot.
Regulars Missing
Missing from ' the scrimmage
will be a good percentage of next
fall's regulars. Ron Kramer will
be competing in the Big Ten Track
Relays, while other probable start-
ing end Tom Maentz has not been
out for spring drills.
Center Gene Snider and half-
back Tony Branoff are playing
Battles MSC
Michigan's undefeated soccer
r team will play host to the Mi-
chigan State squad today at
2 p.m. on the soccer field.
baseball, while valuable fullback-
quarterback Lou Baldacci has been
given the spring off.
Two other prospects who should
be more-than-in-the-picture in
September are tracksters T o m
Hendricks, at halfback, and first
semester sophomore Dave Owen,
one of the best linemen from the
fall freshman squad. Guard Bob
Marion, who is recovering from a
knee operation, is among several
other standouts missing from the
20-day warm-weather workout.
Oosterbaan intends to give the
' entire squad a chance to play.
Lists of names and jersey numbers
will be given out at the game,
which should feature the contin-
ual shifting in and out of players
on both sides.
RAYFA $ 100
TRIA
A short cut to good
times and popularity!

-Daily-Dick Gaskill
MICHIGAN CATCHER Gene Snider takes a look at one of the
offerings of Michigan State pitcher Walt Godfrey. The pitch was
a ball, and Snider received a walk to first.
Godfrey Scatters Five Hits
As Diamotidmen Lose, 3=0

(Continued from Page 1)
Michigan had three big scoring
chances in the game, but failed
to utilize any. In the third inning
with one out, Moby Benedict walk-
ed. After Bruce Fox had been re-
tired, Dan Cline singled Benedict
to third.
Godfrey then bore down, and
got Michigan's leading hitter, Don
Eaddy, to ground out weakly to
third.
In the following inning, the
Wolverines had Jim Vukovich on
second and Gene Snider on first,
via an. error and a single. This
time Wisniewski failed to come
through in the clutch as he pop-
ped up to first.
Fight Breaks Out
Finally in the seventh inning,
Michigan failed to capitalize on
their last real chance to score, al-
though they did provoke the only
fight of the game. With Eaddy
on first base with a base on balls,
Ken . Tippery tried to sacrifice.
Chuck Mathews'throw was in
time to force Eaddy at second, but
Eaddy slid hard into shortstop
Matsock, and broke up the pos-
sible double play. I
Harsh words were exchanged be-
tween the two, and as they began
to push each other, both teams
rushed onto the field. Umpires
Ross Logsden and George Maskin
quickly calmed the players, and
the game continued without fur-
ther incident.
Howie Tommelein, after forcing
Tippery at second, then proceeded
to steal second, but died there as
Vukovich flied deep to right.
Godfrey was especially effec-
tive, as he continually had the
Wolverine batters hitting into the
air. He gave up but five hits, strik-
ing out four while walking five.
After he issued his last pass, State

coach John Kobs came rushing
out of the dugout to protest the
umpire's call, but to no avail.
Wisniewski Stars
Wisniewski pitched his usual
fine game, giving up eight hits,
while striking out 4. He did not
walk a man. The unusual thing
about his pitching was that he
was most effective against State's
best hitters. Al Luce, George
Smith, Jim Sack, and Mathews,
although each was batting over
.385, got just one hit between them
in 16 times at bat. It was the tail
end of the Spartan batting order
that did the damage.
The two teams meet this after-
noon in a doubleheader at East
Lansing. Jim Thurston and Ed
Hobaugh are scheduled to pitch
the first game; however, the sec-
ond game pitchers have not been
announced.
[Va jor League
Standin gs
AMERICAN LEAGUE

M' Netmen
Overwhelm
Notre Dame
MacKay Blasts Foe;
Battle OSU Today
By DIANE LA BAKAS
Michigan's tennis team extend-
ed its winning streak to 14 straight
matches yesterday by overwhelm-
ing a hapless Notre Dame squad,
8-1.
The Irish, who lost, 5-4, to the
strong Kalamazoo team Thurs-
day, was expected to give the Wol-
verines more trouble than they
did, but could capture only one
singles win.
MacKay Wins
Barry MacKay started the fire-
works, blasting Walt Clarke, 6-1,
6-3.
MacKay, displaying his usually
fine form, dropped the first game
but then retaliated with corner
placements from both the back-
hand and forehand sides to win
the set.
Despite occasional laxness and
a poor serve, Clarke jumped off to
a 3-1 lead in the second set. How-
ever, from then on MacKay was
in command, successfully making
use of his powerful service and
repertoire of strokes.
The second singles match was
far more interesting .as Marke
Jaffe, hampered by a pulled leg
muscle, bowed to Maurice Reidy,
3-6, 6-3, 6-3, in the Wolverines
only loss.
Jaffe Weakens
Leading Reidy 3-1 in the second
set after winning the first, Jaffe
weakened with victory beckoning
as he lost a crucial fifth game
which seemed to last ten minutes
and then went on to lose the set.
The Wolvering sophomore ap-
peared to regain some of his first
set form as he emerged with scint-
illating shots, taking punishment
unflinchingly in the madcap ral-
lies and jumped into a 2-0 third
set lead.
However, he weakened under
Reidy's deft volleying touch which
kept him constantly running un-
der pressure, and from then on
went quickly limping to defeat.
Dick Potter broke his two-match
losing streak, disposing of Harry
Smith, a semi-lob specialist, in
impressive style, 6-2, 6-2.
Hustling Bob Paley continued
his winning way whipping ^Bill
Reale, 6-1, 6-2, while Pete Paulus
downed Dean Richards 6-1, 6-4,
and Captain Bob Nederlander beat
Jim Rich, 6-1, 6-1, to cinch the
aiatch.
,M' Sweeps Doubles
The Wolverines made a clean
sweep of the doubles as MacKay
and Potter executed some magni-
ficent shots in rallying to a 3-6,
7-5, 6-3, victory over Clarke and
Reidy.
Al Mann and Nederlander down-
ed Richards and Rich 6-4, 6-3,
in the second doubles after Notre
Dame forfeited the third doubles
match.
Michigan will be seeking its
third consecutive conference win
when it meets Ohio State today at
10:30 on the varsity courts.

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Chicago .........16 9
New York........15 10
Detroit ..........15 12
Washington .....11 15
Boston..........12 17
Kansas City....10 16
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YESTERDAY'S SCORES
New York 5, Detroit 2
Boston 4, Kansas City 3
Chicago at Baltimore-rain
Cleveland at Washington-rain
t TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at New York
Kansas City at Boston
Cleveland at Washington
Chicago at Baltimore
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Unlucky Day
MICH. STATE AB R H
Mathews, lb........ 4 0 0
Smith, 2b . . . 4 0 1
Sack, if............4 0 0
Collard, rf ........ 4 1 2
Powell, cf ......... 4 2 3
Godfrey, p ......... 3 0 1
Matsock, ss ....3 0 1
Luce, c............4 0 0
Morrall, 3b......... 3 0 0
Totals...........33 3 8
MICHIGAN AB R H
Benedict, ss........3 0 0
Fox,f ....,........3 0 1
Cline, rf. ..... 3 0 1
Eaddy, 3b . ......3 0 0
Tippery, 2b......... 4 0 0
Tommelein, If ..... 4 0 1
Vukovich, lb ...... 3 0 0
Snider, c .......... 3 0 1
Wisniewski, p ..... 4 0 0
Thurston*.......... 1 0 1
Totals ...........31 0 5
*singled for Vukovich in ninth

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New York ........14 11
Milwaukee .......14 13
Cphicago .........14 14
St. Louis........10 13
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