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FRIDAY, APRIL 2 , 1856,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREN

FRIDAY, APRIL a~b, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TUREZ

P ill!
High Scores,
Feature All
Softball Tilts
Snider, Bietila Hurl
Low Hit Victories'
Last year's Independent soft-
ball champions, the Pill Pushers,
won an easy victory over the
Hawaiians yesterday by a score of
. -Pitcher Bob Snider overwhelmed
the losers with his fast ball, al-
lowing them two scratch singles.
He struck out eight. The Pill
'Pushers sewed up the game in the
fourth inning as they rallied for
six runs.
Phi Alpha Delts Romp
In the highest scoring game of
the day, Phi Alpha Delta amassed
a total of 33 runs in three innings,
as they trounced Alpha Rho Chi
by a score of 33-4. In the abbre-
iated play, Phi Alpha Delta col-
lected 24 hits.
.eIn another slugfest, Delta Sigma
Delta defeated Alpha Kappa
Kappa 22-3. Jim Shehan and Milo
Danzeisen each hit a home run to
lead the winners at the plate.
Pitcher Jack Betila pitched a
one-hitter to give the Owen Co-
ops an 8-1 victory over th CMS
Sophs. Bietila was very effective,
striking out a total of twelve men.
The Law Club scored five runs
in the third inning and five more
in the fourth to send Tau Epsilon
Rho down to defeat by a score of
10-3.
Cheek Homers
The Hospital came up with a
twelve run rally in the fifth in-
ning and beat Nu Sigma Nu 14-5
The hitting attack in the big in-
ning was led by a grand slam home
run by George Cheek.
In other contests, Psi, Omega
defeated Phi Delta Chi, 9-3, the
Evans Scholars won an easy vic-
tory over the Congressional Dis-
ciples, 13-1, Alpha Omega beat
Phi Chi, 942, Other House was
victorious over Michigan Co-ops
by a score of 12-1, and Phi Rho
Sigma edged Phi Delta Epsilon,
14-12.
ASPORT SHORTS
by the Associated Press
Hall Honored
MONTREAL-Detroit Red Wing
goalie Glenn Hall wvas honored
yesterday as the outstanding
rookie in the National Hockey
League.
Viskari Wins
BOSTON-Antti Viskari, the
forgotten Finnish army sergeant,
passed America's Johnny Kelley in
the hills and held him off the final
three miles Thursday to fashion
the fastest marathon ever run-
2:14.14-in the 60th Boston A. A.
classic.
Major League
Standings

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J M file . .". BOB McMASTRS

By NELSON SHERBURNE
Raised with a golf course "right
in my back yard," Michigan Cap-
tain Bob McMasters has virtually
lived with the game for 16 years.
As a boy, he caddied at the Red
Run Golf Club, which is located
directly behind his home in Royal
Oak, Michigan.
Evans Scholar
McMasters, now a senior, was
one of the original 13 Evans
Scholars that came to Michigan
four years ago. A past president
of that group, he is regarded very
highly for his golfing ability and
warm personality. One of his fel-
low Evans Scholars commented,
"He is probably the best known
and best liked of our 280 national
members."
The Evans Scholarship is spon-
sored by the Western Golf Assoc-
iation. Caddies who have earned
grades high enough to place them
in the top one-quarter of their
graduating class and have shown
outstanding leadership ability are
eligible for the award.
McMasters captained his high.
school golf team in his senior
year. His high school record shows
constant improvement in scoring.
Besides earning two varsity let-
ters in golf, he also was a member
of the basketball team.
Prep Champion
As a senior, he won the State
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BOB McMASTERS
... an original 'scholar'
Class A Golf Championship. He
had placed a creditable fourth the
year before. He has played in two
invitational tournaments, one of
which proved to be a profitable
experience.
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"I won the set of woods that I
now play with at the Lockmoor
Club Invitational," commented the
tall senior.
Last year Bob and his high
school sweat heart were married.
"Marriage is wonderful," he says.
"Your whole day is scheduled just
like clock-work." Upon his gradu-
ation in June he plans to go into
industrial sales.
McMasters who is in Bus. Ad.
school, is also a member of Michi-
gamua. "The Hawk," as he is af-
fectionately called by his friends,
was co-captain of the Wolverines
in his junior year, too. Following
his 10 stroke victory in the fresh-
man tournament, he went on to
become a mainstay of the varsity
squad.
Rates Squad High
"I think we have a very good
team this year," he said, "with a
lot of practice we will be in con-
tention." Michigan, which leads
the Big Ten in total number of
championships won, hasn't been
victorious since the 1952 cam-
paign.
As captain of this year's squad
he is attempting, with the assis-
tance of Coach Bert Katzenmeyer,
to arrange a more systematic prac-
tice schedule. This would enable
all the players to practice at the
same time.
The players usually spend the
afternoon at various times at the
course, either down in the base-
ment of the club house practicing
or out on the links.
Reflecting on the dual meets
which are coming up, he com-
mented, "You can use the dual
meets as sort of a measuring stick.
They are a training ground for
the Big Ten Championships."
' 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.

'M' Ball Club
Awaits Full
Week's Slate,
Clark's Condition
Remains in Doubt
The Michigan baseball squad
was too busy yesterday getting
ready for next week's busy sched-
ule to think about its impressive
5-2 victory Wednesday over Notre
Dame.
However, Coach Ray Fisher had
a few moments to comment on
the contest with the Irish, which
was highlighted by the fine pitch-
ing performance of Bill Thurston
and Don Poloskey.
Fisher 'Can't Tell Yet',
The two right-handers didn't
allow an earned run and gave
Notre Dame only one walk. "I
wasn't too impressed with Notre
Dame's hitting, although it might
have been our pitching," said
Fisher. "I can't tell yet how good
we really are."

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Tale Over League Lead

By The Associated Press
Boston's Red Sox, leading the
American League by one-half
game, made it three victories in
a row over the Baltimore Orioles
yesterday by virtue of a 4-2 vic-
tory.
Tom Brewer's two hitter, one of
three hurled in the major leagues
yesterday, combined with Mickey
Vernon's two run double in the
fifth inning, gave the Sox a win-
ning day.
Score Hurt by Wildness
Herb Score, -brilliant Cleveland
southpaw, pitched hitless ball un-
til the eighth, but lost to the Chi-
cago White Sox, 1-0. A walk, a
two-base wild . pitch and Larry
Doby's sacrifice fly produced the
game's only run in the seventh.
Chicago's Jack Harshman also al-
lowed two hits in winning.
The Kansas City Athletics
bunched five singles for four runs
in the fifth inning and went on
to defeat the Detroit Tigers 4-1,
for their second straight victory.
Bobby Shantz held the Tigers to
five scattered hits.
At Milwaukee, the Braves edged
the Chicago Cubs 3-1, for their
second straight victory. Brave's
pitch hitter Wes Covington, who
batted for starter Bob Buhl in the
seventh, drove in the tie-breaking
run with a single.
Senators Bounce Yanks
Jim Lemon and Ed FitzGerald
each homered and got two other
hits as the Washington Senators
defeated the, New York Yankees,
7-3.
The Brooklyn Dodgers tied the
game in the tenth inning on Roy
Campanella's 1,000th major league
hit, a double, and went on to win
on a long pinch-hit fly by Al
Ike "con fused'
WASHINGTON (W)-A footnote
on that baseball President Eisen-
hower threw out. to open the 1956
baseball season:
It was grabbed by Gil McDoug-
ald of the New York Yankees who
returned with it to the President
for his autograph.
"What's the name?" the Presi-
dent asked.
"McDougald," said the proud
ball player. "Gil McDouald."
Well, you know how the presi-
dential box is at a time like this.
Noisy. Confused. The President
signed, and McDougald hustled to
the dugout to examine his treasure.
"To Joe McDougald," it read.
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Walker to beat the Philadelphia
Phillies, 54.
In a battle of home runs, the
Cincinnati Redlegs outlasted the
St. Louis Cardinals, 10-9, in a tenI
inning contest. Redleg Ray Jab-
lonski hit a grand slammer in the
seventh.
A pinch-hit single by Preston
Ward, scoring two runs in the
seventh, sparked ,a Pittsburgh
Pirate rally which stopped the
New York Giants, 3-2.

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Won
Boston . ... 3
Kansas City 2
Chicago .... 2
New York .. 2
Washington . 1
Cleveland ... 0
Detroit ..... 0
.Baltimore .. 0

Lost
0
0
0
1
2
2
2
3

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 4, Baltimore 2
Kansas City 4, Detroit 1
Chicago 1, Cleveland 0
Washington 7, New York 3
GAMES TODAY
Detroit at Cleveland
Chicago at Kansas City
Washington at Baltimore
Boston at New York
NATIONAL LEAGUE

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Won
Milwaukee .. 2
New York .. 2
Philadelphia 1
St. Louis .... 1
Cincinnati .. 1
Brooklyn .. 1
Pittsburgh .. 1
Y Chicago .... 0

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Milwaukee 3, Chicago 1
Cincinnati 10, St: Louis 9 (10 in-
nings)
Pittsburgh 3, New York 2
Brooklyn 5, Philadelphia 4 (10 in-
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Brooklyn at Pittsburgh
Cincinnati at Chicago

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