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FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1956

S'HE MICHIGAN DAILl

PAGE THREE

FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1958 'FIlE MICHI(3A1% I~A1 IA PACR TUItRE

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Jiamondmen
Victory Goes to Poloskey;
Thurston Sets Down Seven

Trounce

Wayne,

4-1

Pill Pushers, Hawaiians
Win in I-M Softball Action

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Special To The Daily
DETROIT, Mich. - Michigan's
baseball team collected only 7 hits
and used three pitchers in garner-
ing a 4-1 victory over a weak
Wayne team here yesterday after-
noon at Northwestern Field.
Don Poloskey, who replaced
starter Dean Finkbeiner at, the
start of.the third inning was giv-
en credit for the victory. Poloskey
allowed the only Tarter run to
score, giving up two scratch singles
and a sacrifice fly in the third
inning.
The pitcher who was most im-
pressive for the Wolverines was
Bill Thurston. Thurston took ov-
er for Poloskey in the sixth inning
and struck out seven of the Tar-
ters in the four innings that he
pitched.
Strong in Clutch
Especially strong in the clutch,
Thurston twice got out of trouble
by whiffing batters. In two situa-
tions Wayne had men in scoring
position, once in the seventh with
three on and one out, and in the
ninth there were two on with only
one out.
Both times Thurston put the
brakes on the Tarters by striking
out the next two batters.
Michigan's aruns came one at a
time off losing pitcher Ed Carr and
his replacement Jack Lord.
Scored Four Times
A single by Al Sigman, a walk
to Bob Sealby, and a wild pitch
put Michigan's first run across in
Rodriguez Elected
Mike Rodriguez. was re-elect-
ed as the captain of the wrest-
ling team at the annual varsity.
banquet. last night.
Rodriguez, who is still limp-
ing after a recent knee opera-
tion,- is a two-time Big Ten
champion and was defeated
>nly once during the past sea-
son.
the second inning. In the fourth
Gene Snider walked, took second
on a wild throw to first by pitcher
Carr, and scored on Poloskey's
single.
This provided the winning mar-
gin although the Wolverines added
t another run in the fifth and an-
other in the ninth to pad their
victory.
Catcher Snider suffered a slight
injury in the game twisting his
ankle on his slide into home plate
Statistics-

with the pitching performances
but feels the Tarters were no real
test. "They looked pretty weak
at the plate," said Fisher. "They
only got six hits and the ones
they scored on were just bloopers."
Fox, Tommelein Hit
"Of course we weren't hitting
much either," added Fisher. "Only
Howie Tommelein and Bruce Fox
seemed to be doing anything."
Both Tommelein and Fox had two
hits out of five trips to the plate.
"Wayne's first pitcher wasn't
that good, either," said Fisher.
"'t'heir second man was better, in
fact, he looked pretty sharp."
Fisher was a little disappointed
over the hitting, but pointed out
that it was overcast and rather.
cold here and not at all conducive
to good batting averages.

-Daily-Bill Van Osterhout
DAVE OWEN, Michigan's shotput ace, will provide the Wolver-
ines with a strong performer in that event as he attempts to suc-
cessfully defend the Western Conference title which he won at
East Lansing last May.

By JOE GREENOUGH
Name the kind of softball game
you like to see and it was there to
watch at Ferry Field yesterday.
There was everything from a
brilliant no-hitter to a slugging
contest for one's pleasure.
Bob Schneider, pitching for the
Pill Pushers in the I-M Inde-
pendent League, led his teammates
to a 10-0 no-hit voctory over help-
less Michigan Co-Op. Schneider
personally accounted for 10 of the,
12 outs with strikeouts.
In the wildest hitting contest
of the afternoon the Hawaiians
outslugged. Other House to gain an
18-9 triumph. The game featured
five home runs-three of them by
the losers-as the gopher ball be-
came the rule rather than the ex-
ception.
In another wide-open contest1
Owen Co-Op smashed the Congre-
gational Disciples 18-3 on theI
strength of a seven hit, 11-run
second inning which gave them an
insurmountable lead.
A brilliant one-hitter by Wes
Sikkema of the Law Quad high-
lighted the professional fraternity
action. His efforts led the lawyers
to a decisive 17-0 shutout over Phi
Alpha Kappa.
Rugby Union
All those interested in Rugby
Union should report to the I-M
Building Saturday at 2:30. A
practice will be held at that
time. For further details call
Peter Barnard at NO 3-8506.

In other action the Evans
Scholars whipped the CMS Sophs
10-3; Alpha Kappa Psi bested Phi
Rho Sigma 16-9; Alpha Chi Sigma
downed Phi Chi 12-7; Phi Alpha
Delta edged Phi Delta Epsilon 6-4;
Delta Sigma Delta beat Psi Omega
11-8; and Alpha Omega defeated
the Hospital 7-5.
Phi Delta Phi and Delta Theta
Phi played to a 5-5 deadlock,
while Delta Sigma Pi won by for-
feit from Alpha Kappa Kappa.
13rook lyn,
Yanks, Top
Title Odds
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (P)--The New
York Yankees in the American
League and Brooklyn in the Na-
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win the major league pennants in
1956.
Such were the betting odds post-
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gambling resort.
Odds on the others:
American - Cleveland, 2-1;
Boston, 6-1; Chicago, 9-1; De-
troit, 40-1; Kansas City, 80-1;
Baltimore, 100-1; and Washing-
ton, 100-1.
National-- Milwaukee, 2!-1;
New York Giants, 10-1; St. Lou-
is, 20-1; Philadelphia, 30-1; Ci-
cinnati, 40-1;aChicago Cubs, 100-
1, and Pittsburgh, 100-1.

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CANHAM OPTIMISTIC:
Field Events Strong for Thinc lads

(second of two articles previewingv
Michigan's 1956 outdoor track and
field season. This article covers the
field prospects.)
By STEVE HEILPERN
Michigan had three individual
champions in the field events of
last year's Big Ten outdoor meet.
They're all back this year.
Picture*bright? You bet.
Highjumper Mark Booth, pole-3
vaulter Bob Appleman and shot-
putter Dave Owen are back to de-
fend their crowns in 1956, Tom
Hendricks, who placed second in
the broad jump, is also back. And
Eeles Landstrom-titlist in the in-
door pole vault--is ready to make
life miserable for his opponents.
Even Wolverine coach Don Can-
ham, usually pessimistic, admits
that his field men should add more
than a little to the overall strength

of his thinclads.
The discus appears to be Michi-
gan's weakest point. Minnesota
and Ohio State are strong in this
Candidates for spring football
practice should draw equipment
this week. Please fill out ques-
tionnaire with Henry Hatch be-
Fore Monday.
-Bennie G. Oosterbaan
event, and will be hard to over-
come, according to the pre-season
dope. Dale Eldred, Ken Bottoms
and Chic Jung will heave the disc
for Canham.
Ron Kramer will be lost to
spring football for most of the sea-j
son, but intends to join the track
squad after the football practices
terminate. He competed in the

discus, shot put and high jump last
season.
George Scott, a junior, is ex-
pected to augment Owen in the
shot put, but it will practically be
up to Hendricks alone in the broad
jump. Brendan O'Reilly and Stan
Menees are threats in the high
jump, and Rockne Ehle is a prom-{
ising pole vaulter.
The Maize and Blue will take
things easy this weekend, but full-
scale competition on the cinders
isn't far away. Coming up soon
are the OhiQ Relays, Apr. 21, and
the Penn and Drake Relays, Apr.
27-28.
The Conference meet will be
held at Minneapolis, May 25-26.
Add to this the NCAA meet and
the Olympic trials-and you have
a busy outdoor season for Michi-
gan.

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Benedict, ss........... 3
Fox, cf............... 5
Tommelein, if .:....... 5
Tippery, 2b ......3
Soros, 3b'. ....... 4
Sigman, rf ........... 4
Sealby, 1b....... 3
Snider, c.............0
Rembiesa, c ..........°2
Finkbeiner, p......... 1
Poloskey, p........... 1
Thurston; ,..........0
TOTALS ............31
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WAYNE AB
Halverson, cf........4
Snowden, 2b.........3
Keller, if...........2
Williams, 1b..........4
Duncan, 3b...........3
Hertenstein, ss.......4
O'Shinsky, rf ..,...... 2
Straughn, rf .......... 2
Herndon, c............ 4
Carr, p .............. 2
Lord, p.............. 2

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