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956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY__

Fox

Stars

For

Diamondmen

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W1oerne
Batters Held
x
To Five Hits
(Continued from Page 4)
two more, Wolverine runners
crossed the plate.
Gene Snider, the eighth man to
bat "in the inning, grounded out
to end Michigan's scoring for the
afternoon.
Wolverine startipg pitcher, Bill,
Thurston, had difficulty in getting
the ball over the plate as he walked
seven men in his 31/s inning stint.
In the fourth inning the Broncos
started to get to him.
Left fielder, Bob Diment walked
and an error by Boros at third
base and a fielder's choice that
backfired, filled the bases. It was
then that Boros came up with the
fielding play of the day as he
leaped to spear a sizzling liner and
tagged third to double the runner.
Thurston Wild
Thurston proceeded to walk the
next two men, forcing in the first
Bronco run. Glenn Girardin was
called in, to pitch and promptly
retired Lowell Johnson on a pop
fly to third.
The final Western Michigan run,
which came in the ninth inning,

BRUCE FOX
... two clutch hits.

BOB BROWN
.. reliable anchor man

DICK POTTER
... playing No. 3

__M ' _______ BOB BRO N

'M' Netmen
Seek 22nd
Win in Row
The last time Michigan lost a
tennis match was May 13, 1954.
After losing to Western Michi-
gan that day, the Wolverines have
run up a winning streak of 21 con-
secutive matches; and its a pretty
good bet that before the week is
over, two more victims will be add-
ed to the list.
The netters will meet the Uni-
versity of Detroit here this Thurs-
day, and then play Wayne the
following day on the Tartar's home
courts.
The way things look now, the
Wolverines should win handily,.
and even the not-overly-optimistic
coach, Bill Murphy, doesn't expect
much trouble this week.
Sitting on the sidelines at the
Varsity courts, 'his overcoat but-
toned to the top, and his collar
turned up to his ears, Murphy
complained that "the rainy and
cold weather has kept us from
getting enough practice in."
Barry MacKay and Marke Jaffe
in their sweatsuits were playing a
set on the first court. Murphy
said that those two would probably
play number one and two in this
week's matches. "And the rest,"
he said, "will also be the same as
on the Southern trip."
That means that Dick Potter
will be in the number three spot,
followed by sophomore John -Har-
ris, senior Dale Jensen, and an-
other senior, Larry Brown.
Backing the starting six up in
the seventh spot will be Dick
Cohen.

'M' Batting
(at least ten times at bat)

AB
Boros .............. 46
Fox ................ 46
Sigman.............45
Tommelein......... 48
Benedict............44
Snider............. 32
Sealby.............. 42
Tippery............ 46
Thurston...........10
(less than ten times
AB

H Pet.
18 .397.
16 .348
14 .311
12 .250
10 :227
7 0.219
8 .190
8 .174
1 .100
at bat)
H Pct.
2 1.000
1 .500
1 .500
2 .333
7 .286
0 .4000

By JOHN YORK
One of the outstanding runners
on Michigan's track team this year
is Bob Brown.
The dark-haired senior is an-
chor man on the Wolverines' out-
standing 880-yard relay team.
In his sophomore year, he was
a member of the 880-yard relay
team which set the Ferry Field
record of 1:26.6. However, he be-
lieves that this year's 880 relay
squad will be able to turn in a
record breaking time of 1:25.
Remembers Penn Relays
Brown likes to remember the
Penn Relays of 1954. He was
slated to run in the F mile relay,
but when the Fordams coach
fielded his record-shattering mile
relay squad, Coach Don Canham
withdrew the Michigan squad.
He then shuffled his team around
until all the men had placed in
events with the exception of Pete
Gray, Grant Scruggs, Jack Carroll
and Brown.
Canham decided to place the
four men in the sprint medley re-
lay, which they had never run be-
fore. To the surprise of everyone,

they streaked to. the wire ahead
of everyone else and turned out
to be the only Maize and Blue
relay team to break the tape that
day.
The soft-spoken sprinter is ma-
joring in history and hopes to go
MYaentz Picked
In "M" Club election, held
last night Tom Maentz was
elected President, Barry Mac-
Kay, Vice-President, T e r r y
Barr, Secretary and John Schu-
beck, Treasurer.
into sales work after graduation
this June.
Brown is one of the few instate
members of the track squad, com-'
ing from Grand Rapids. In high
school he was an all-around ath-
lete, running track and playing
football and basketball.
Brown was no slowpoke in high
school either. He sped to victory
in both the 100-yard and 220-yard
dashes in the state meet during
his senior year.

He plans to return to Grand1
Rapids and marry a home town'
girl on Sept. 1 of this year.'
Likes Model Cars
In his free moments, when he'
isn't studying, running or doing
things for his fraternity, Chi Psi,;
Bob likes to relax and build model
cars.
When asked about the team's
chances for this year, Brown re-'
plied, "Real good; we should have
a good sound team. The team
has a lot of poise and confidence."
Anyone who knows Bob Brown
will agree with Coach Canham'
when he said, "He's a first class
guy and a very fine competitor
and athlete.

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Ferreli..........
Finkbeirier .........
Poloskey............
Clark.............
Ronan. .......
Rembeisa..........

2
2
2
6
7
5

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was unearned and righthander,.
Don Poloskey was the victim.
The first Bronco was safe at
first on an error by Boros and the
next man up walked. Lowell John-
son then smacked a tremendous
drive that bounced over the center
field fence for a ground rule
double, scoring the man on second.
Glen Girardin turned in a fine
performance, pitching hitless ball
for 3:: innings and walking only
one man<,,to become the winning
pitcher.
Back in Ann Arbor today, the
team will be getting into shape
for the start of its long Big Ten
season which will open this Friday
at Ferry Field.
The Wolverines will host Indiana
in a single game and the follow-
ing day will face Ohio State, last
year's Western Conference cham-
pions, in a double header.
Sixth Straight

HEUSEL STARS:
Lambda Chii Wins, in.-M

WESTERN MICHIGAN
IWurster, 3b ...............
Sweris, 3b .................
Leeland, cf ..............
Hamlin, ss ................,
Johnson, rf ................
Brings, 2b ... ".. ....
Smith, lb ..................
} Mason, lb........
Diment, If ...............
Erickson, if ..............
Messner, c .................
Sosnowski, p .............
Hradek, p.................
Melelli, ph ........... ... .
Sposipo, p .................
Totals ......................
MICHIGAN n
Benedict, ss ................
Fox, cf ...................
Tommelein, if .............
Tippery, 2b ................
Boros, 3b .................
Sigman, rf ...............
Sealby, lb ................
Snider, c ..................
Thurston, p ..............
Girardin, p ................
Poloskey, p ................

AB R
3 0
1 1
3 0
2 0
5 0
4 0
3 0
2 0
1 b
1 0
4 1
1 0
1 0
1 0
:0 0
32 2
AB R
4 2
4 1
3 0
3 1
3 1
4 0
3 0
4 0
1 0
2 0
1 0

H
0
0
1
4'
1
0'
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
5
H
0
2
0
0,
1
0
1i
0!
0
0

By BOB BOLTON
Lambda Chi Alpha.'s Dick Heu-
sel fashioned a brilliant no-hitter
to defeat Psi Upsilon 15-0 and
gain a first place playoff berth in
social fraternity softball at Ferry
Field yesterday.
The day's eleven games decided
a total of five first place playoff
berths.
Two passes accounted for the
only baserunners that the Psi U's
Pace .Lost
T o Gridders
Jim Pace; Michigan's star left
halfback, will miss the remainder
of spring football drills.
He was released yesterday from
the University Hospital, where it
was announced that he is suffer-
ing from a broken sacroiliac, which
was incurred when he was tackled
from behind in Satpurday's scrim-
mage session.
Although the injury is not seri-
ous, he has been advised to re-
frain from further contact play
this spring. He will devote his at-
tention to the track squad, where
he is an outstanding dash runner.
In spring grid practice yesterday
Terry Barr ran from both left and
right halfback positions, while
John Herrnstein was returned to
his fullback post. Ron Kramer
Scontinued to work at right half.

were able to get off Heusel as 10
of 17 batters went down swinging.
Bob Schleh of Alpha Delta Phi
hurled one-hit, one-run ball until
the fifth inning and then the roof
caved in as Delta Upsilon came
up with nine hits and nine runs
to win the game and a first place
berth 10-4.
Delta Tau Delta reached the
first place playoffs by virtue of
Cal Haywood's two hitter as the
Delts submerged theta Chi 10-0.
Phi Delta Theta Wins
Phi Delta Theta rode to a 14-4
victory over Phi Kappa Psi and
a first place playoff spot on Bill
MacFarland's five hitter and John
Sayles' grand-slam homer.
. Two fifth inning singles, a field-
er's choice broke a tie and gave Chi
Psi a 4-3 win over SAE and the
first place playoff berth that went
to the victors.
In other games Tau Delta Phi
slaughtered Acacia, 21-2; Sigma
Phi edged Zeta Psi, 4-2; Triangle
squeezed out Delta Chi, 7-6; Phi
Kappa Tau crushed Alpha Epsilon
Pi, 14-7; Tau Kappa Epsilon ham-
mered Delta Kappa Epsilon, 16-1;
and Theta Delta Chi outscored
Trigon, 10-9.
Baseball Scores
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 4, Washington 1
Detroit 7, Kansas City 4
Boston at Baltimore, postponed
NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York at Pittsburgh, postponed
Brooklyn at Philadelphia, postponed
Milwaukee at Chicago, postponed
St. Louis 5, Cincinnati 3

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