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SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1955

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE -

SUNDY, M Y Z, 195 T E Mi~iG N D~LY A(E HRE

Wolverine Tennis Squad Triumphs Over l

lini 9-0

Netters Finish Undefeated;
Look Toward Big Ten Meet
(Continued from Page 1) 1

BIG TEN TUNEUP:
Michigan Golfers Overwhelm Detroit

MICHIGAN NETTER, AL MANN, PRACTICING FOR HIS
SUCCESSFUL WEEKEND PERFORMANCES
ALL-CAMPUS:
DKE, Cooley Gain Titles
In I-M Golf Tournament

Delta Kappa Epsilon and Cooley
House captured their respective
division titles in the all campus
golf tournament yesterday.
The Dekes with a total of 324
beat out Sigma Phi Epsilon for the
fraternity title, while Cooley House
outlasted Reeves for the Residence
Hall title.
Harry McCallum of Alpha Delta
Phi Fraternity, with a brilliant 75
Major League
AMERICAN LEAGUE
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
Detroit 3, Cleveland 2
Chicago 7, Kansas City 4
New York 9, Baltimore 4
Washington 1, Boston 0
NATIONAL LEAGUE
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn 6, Philadelphia 4
Chicago 2, Milwaukee 1
Cincinnati 9, St. Louis 6
New York 3, Pittsburgh 2

was top man in the tournament.
Paul Lay of Reeves was the medal-
ist winner for the Residence Halls
with an excellent 78.
Hawkins Leads Dekes
Bill Hawkins was low man for
the Dekes with a 79, followed by
John Chadwell and Edgar Puthuff,
both of whom finished with 81's.
Sigma Phi Epsilon finished nine
strokes behind the winners to take
second honors.
Phi Upsilon took third with a
336, followed by Zeta Beta Tau,
338, Phi Delta Theta, 341, and
Sigma Chi, 344.
Norman Kiel paced Cooley House
to its victory with an 80. Cooley
finished with a 356, to finish five
strokes ahead of Reeves. Allen
Rumsey took third with 369, fol-
lowed by Williams, 376, Gromberg,
380 and Taylor, 384.
Evans Scholars Win
In the Independent play, Evans
Scholars captured the title with a
total of 353. George Hoaglin paced
the independents with an 83 play-
ing for the Scholars. The Hacks
took second with a 360, followed by
the Newman Club, 361, Tigers, 365,
and the Athletics, 370.
There were 31 fraternities en-
tered in their division and 16 resi-
dence halls competing. The Dekes
took their title for the second
straight year.

year's top position to the less de-
manding fourth spot, kept his un-
defeated string intact by coming
from behind to top James Van
Tine, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2.
Paulus Unbeaten
A third unbeaten skein was pre-
served as sixth singles man, Pete
Paulus, continued his steady and
devastating play to outclass Harry
Brandt, 6-3, 6-2.
Attaining his peak ability only
Friday against Jerry Parchute,
Mark Jaffe indicated that he can
maintain a high level of perform-
ance as he overcame one of the
most reknowned of the Illini, Rog-
er Bielefeld, 9-7, 6-7, in the sec-
ond singles match.
Army returnee, Fred Most,
found his Wolverine opponent,
Dick Potter, just as troublesome as
some of his commanding officers.
Potter utilized his jet-propelled
serve to outscore Most, 6-3, 6-3, in
third singles.
Michigan's Bob Paley, in the
fif th singles competition, rebound-
ed from his first defeat of the sea-
son suffered at Indiana to subdue
John Greenleaf.
Long Doubles Matches
Two 'of the three doubles
matches were gruelling encounters,
extending to three sets. Because
of this and an early rain which de-
Stager To Be
On TV Show
Varsity swimming coach and one
of the country's youngest college
swimming mentors, Gus Stager,
will appear on the University's
"TV Hour" series "Know Your
Sports," on station WWJ-TV at
1 p.m. today.
Stager, a Michigan varsity swim-
mer himself only five years ago,
will talk with series host H. O.
"Fritz" Crisler about the funda-
mentals of swimming.
Final Big Ten
Baseball Standings
WV L Pt.
Ohio State ............9 3 .750
Minnesota .............10 5 .667
Michigan State ........10 K .667
Illinois.,............... 7 6 .538
Michigan..............8 7 .533
Northwestern .......... 7 7 .500
Wisconsin ............. 7 8 .467
Purdue ................ 5 8 .385
Iowa .................. 3 10 .231
Indiana............... 3 10 .231

layed the start of the meet, the
netmen did not finish their after-
noon's job until the returning sun
had nearly gone down.
The first doubles combination
of MacKay and Potter, one of
Michigan's prime hopes in the Big
Ten tournament revitalized from
its loss to Indiana and fought to a
6-3, 3-6, 6-3 triumph over the
Woods-Most duo.
In the other doubles matches
Mann and Nederlander rallied to
top Bielefeld and Greenleaf, 1-6,
6-3, 6-4, and Paley and Jaffe de-
feated Brandt and Van Tine, 6-3,
6-3.

M' Diamond men Lose Two to OSU;
Finish Fifth in Conference Standings

Special to The Daily
DETROIT-The Wolverine golf-
ers broke out of their recent slump
with an impressive 21%/2-112 tri-
umph over the University of De-
troit yesterday.
Lead by the brilliant play of
Henry Loeb, who shot a 70-74 for
a total of 144, the golfers' chances
in the coming Big Ten meet ap-
peared to be improving.
The overall play yesterday was
quite encouraging, especially con-
sidering the poor performances re-
cently. In addition to the tremen-
dous play of Loeb, the perform-
ances, of Steve Uzelac, Andy An-
drews, and Fred Micklow were
very heartening.

I

STORE

41-

HOURS D,

A C LY 9 TO

(Continued from Page 1)
In this first game, Ohio State's
Don Kelley put on a one-man hit-
ting show, as he collected two'
singles, a double, and a home run
in five trips to the plate.
The second game also saw Mich-
igan take a first inning lead which
immediately faded. Benedict and
Fox walked, Benedict moving to
third on an OSU error. Cline
again came through with a long'
fly, scoring Benedict for the Wol-
verines' solitary run.
Ohio State's half of the first
frame then became a personifi-
cation of the style of baseball
Michigan was playing. Five Ohio
Staters came to gat, two runs
scored, but no one got a hit, and no!
one could be given an official time
at bat.
The first two men up, John En-
gert and Ron Shay, walked and;
were advanced along on a sacri-
fice. First baseman Don Kelly then
walked, and following this, the
first run came across on a passed'
ball. Bob Schnabel then blasted
the next pitch deep into center-
field, forcing Fox to make a bril-
liant running catch against the
centerfield fance. Shay, on third
due to the passed ball, scored
easily after the catch,
'M' Loses Chance
Shay's score turned out to be
the winning run, although Michi-
gan had a very good chance, with a
man on third and only one away
in the third inning, to tie the
score. They failed, however, with
two men being thrown out on the
basepaths.

)-

Other games in the Big Ten
yesterday help to explain, along
with the double defeav, why Mich-
igan dropped to fifth place. Mich-
igan State won two from Indiana,
moving them up above the Wolver-
ines into a tie for second place
with Minnesota. Illinois split a

twinbill with Purdue, giving them
just a few more percentage points
than Michigan and a fourth place
berth.

Scores for all the final Confer-
ence games were; MSC 7-7, In-
diana 3-2; Illinois 5-2, Purdue 3-3;
Minnesota 10-3, Northwestern 2-4;
Wisconsin 4-3, Iowa 1-2.

DESERT BOOT

5 :30

Loeb took medalist honor for the
meet with his 144, followed by Uze-
lac, who shot a 78-75-153. Andrews
came in with a fine 72, playing
only only in the afternoon round,
and Micklow, competing in the
morning, performed very well,
scoring a 74.
For the Titans, Ray Conlon was
low man with a 74-77-151. Tom'
Chisholn and Ron Stelter hit for
154's, with Tom Watrus and Bill
Teifke chipping in with 155 and
156 respectively.
Players Alternated
In the 36 hole rounds, Coach
Bert Katzenmeyer alternated four
men in two positions. Bob McMas-
ters and Miklow played in the
morning round, with McMasters
finishing with a fair 77.
In the afternoon, Andrews and
John Schubeck replaced McMas-

ters and Micklow. Schubeck had a
disappointing round scoring 79.
Skip McMichael and Ken Myers
also were not too impressive. Both
played the two rounds, McMichaels
shooting a 78-82-160 and Myers an
81-80-161.
Performance Encouraging
Katzenmeyer commented that
the meet had answered most of his
questions concerning players tc
compete in the Big Ten meet. He
remarked that the squad's per-
formance was encouraging, but
that it will have to play at least as
well, if not better to threaten for
the title.
The Wolverines had defeated the
Titans earlier this year. Playing on
the University Golf course, the
golfers overwhelmed the Titans
15-3.

HENRY LOEB
... yesterday's medalist

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FIRST GAME
MICHIGAN AB R II
Benedict, ss ........ 5 1 1
Fox, cf.............4 1 1
Cline, rf.........2 0 0
Eaddy, 3b.........3 0 0
Tippery, 2b......... 4 4) 2
Tommelein, if...... 3 1 1
Ronan, lb.......... 1 0 0
Vukovich, lb....... 2 0 0
Snider, c.......... 2 1 0
Thurston, p....... 1 4) ,0
Poloskey, p.... 0 0 0
Ferrelli, p .... 1 0 )
Clark, p...........0 0 4)
Szalwinski*.........1 0 0
Fagge, p...........0 0 0
Wisniewski**..-...1 0 1
TOTALS....... ,..30 4 5
*grounded out for Clark in 7th
**popped out for Fagge in 9th
OHIO STATE AB R H
Shay, ss............3 2 0
Mizutani, if........ 4 2 1
Ellis, 2b ...........3 3 1
Kelley, lb .....5 2° 4
Schnabel rf ....... 4 -1
Cassidy, ef........ 3 0 2
Steagall, 3b........ 2 1 0
Purvis, e...........4 40 1
Rutenschroer, p .... 3 1 1
TOTALS ...,,....i 13 11

SECOND GAME
E MICHIGAN AB R' H E
1 Benedict, ss........2 1 1 0
1 Fox, cf .............3 0 1 0
1 Cline, rf...........3 0 1 0
0 Eaddy, 3b.......... 2 0 0 0
0 Tippery, 2b......... 3 0 1 0
0 Tommelein, if,......3 0 0 0
1 Vukovich, lb....... 2 0 0 0
0 Snider, c...........1 0 0 0
0 Szalwinski, c....... 2 0 2
1 Peterjohn, p....... 2 0 0 00
0 Thurston*.......... 1 0 0 0
0 _
0 TOTALS .........24 1 4 2
*struck out for Peterjohn in 7th
$ OHIO STATE AB R H E
Engert, if..........2 2 0 0
Shay, ss ...,........ 2 1 0 1
Ellis, 2b. . 1 1 1
1 Kelley, lb ...........0 1 0
0 Schnabel, rf.......2 1 1 0
0 Cassidy, cf........ 3 0 1 0
0 Feinthal, 3b ......1 0 0 1
0 Steagall, 3b........ 1 0 0 0
1 Brentlinger, c.......3 0 2 0
0 Finn, p ............ 2 0 0 0
0 TOTALS ......20 5 6 3
2 R H E
5 5 MICHIGAN ........ 100 000 0--1 4 2
11 2 Ohio State......... 201 020 x-5 6 3

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