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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Netters Extend Winning Streak to 23;
Michigan Nine Defeated by Indiana

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Wh.ip Wayne
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Special To The Daily
' DETROIT -- Michigan's netters
continued their mastery on the
tennis courts yesterday, as they
defeated Wayne University 9-0.
By duplicating Thursday's score
over Detroit, the team extended
their dual-match winning streak
to 23.
The match, however, was not a
strong test for the Wolverines,
who begin their defense of the
Big Ten crown here next weekend.
Easy Win for MacKay
Captain Barry MacKay, playing
much better than he did against
Detroit, had no difficulty in de-
feating Larry Soloman, 6-1. 6-3.
. Michigan's other two lettermen,
Mark Jaffe and Dick Potter both'
won quite easily. Jaffe subdued
Charles Soloman, 6-1, 6-2, while'
Potter humbled Don Brown by the
same score.
John Harris, the only starting
sophomcre, continued to show well
as he trounced Bob Lowrie 6-0, 6-0.1
Dale Jensen also had no trouble
as he defeated Darrell Phillips
6-3, 6-0.
Win by Default
In the final singles match Don
Cohen won the first set 6-4, from1
Earl Ernstein who then had to
default becausehof a bad leg.
As in all the singles, no doubles
match went more than two sets.
MacKay and Potter defeated
Charles and Larry Soloman 6-0,
7-5, while Jaffe and Harris beat
Phillips and Brown 7-5, 6-0.
In the last match Jensen and
Larry Brown topped Lowrie and
Ken Fox, 6-3, 6-0.

-Daily--John irtZei
MICHIGAN'S MOBY BENEDICT puts the tag on Indiana's Neil Skeeters in the fourth inning of
yesterday's game. The Hoosiers won, 9-5. Skeet ers, who had just been hit by a. pitched ball, was
trying to steal second base.
HOOSIER BUNTS WHIP 'M':
Wolverines Bow 9-5, in Eleventh

Cindermen
Qualify In
Penn Relays
By The Associated Press7
PHILADELPHIA -- Michigan's
half-mile and quarter-mile relay
teams qualified for the finals on
the first day of the annual Penn
Relaystyesterday afternoon.
The finals will be held this eve-
ning.
The Wolverine's quarter-mile
team of Tom Hendricks, Bob
Rudesill, Dick Flodin and Bob
Brown was among the qualifiers
who finished behind Penn's time of
:41.7.
Cornell had the best time in the
half-mile relay, but they were fol-
lowed closely by Michigan (Laird
Sloan, Brown, Rudesill and Flo-
din), Penn and Indiana.
Wallingford Second
Jim Beatty of North Carolina
shattered a meet record when he
lunged across the finish line in
9:09.0 in the two-mile run.
Beatty edged Ron Wallingford of
Michigan, the Big Ten two-mile
champion, by An-eyelash. Walling-
ford was timed in 9:09.1. He was
clocked in 9:05.1 on the hardwoods
at the Chicago Relays this winter.
Beatty, the Atlantic Coast
Champion, led virtually all the
way, but he couldn't relax a second
with the Wolverine's Wallingford
breathing right down his back.
Miler Ron Delaney let loose with
a terrific finishing kick to lead
Villanova to a stunning 9:58.1
victory over England's Oxford Uni-
versity in the sprint medley relay.
The Wolverines will also be rep-
resented today at the Drake Re-
lays in Des Moines, Ia. by Brendan
O'Reilly in the high jump and
pole-vaulter Eeles Landstrom.

(Continued from Page 1)
way. Michigan's starter Poloskey
began rather shakily allowing two
runs on two scratch hits, an error
and a walk in the first inning, but
then settled down to some excellent
pitching,
Meanwhile, the Wolverines chip-
ped away at Indiana's lead. In the
third inning, Poloskey walked, was
sacrificed along by Moby Bene-
dict, and scored on Ken Tippery's
single.
In the fourth Al Sigman led off
with a bare hit over the infield.
He advanced to second on two in-
field outs, and came home with
the tying run when Poloskey hit.

Michigan edged ahead momen-
tarily in the seventh inning, this
time with the benefit of a rarely
seen balk on the part of Indiana's
catcher.
With runners on second and
third Howie Tommelein was bat-
ting. Catcher Dick James signaled
for an intentional pass, but step-
ped out of the catcher's box to
receive the ball. According to a,
new rule, this is a balk by the
catcher. Therefore both runners
advanced, a run scoring.
Michigan's lead was short lived,
however. In the top of the eighth
Indiana began to get to Poloskey.
Franklin singled, and Mead doub-
led, putting men on second and
third with nobody out.
P~oloskey then began to work
very slowly and with extreme care.
He was moving through the power

of Indiana's lineup, and trying very
hard to protect his lead.
The next man up grounded out,
and then Hoosier clean-up man
Carl Kirkpatrick popped to the
third baseman. A little pressure
was off, but Poloskey was still not
out of trouble. Applegate, the next
hitter, drew a full count and then
walked.
Poloskey's excellent control then
faltered for just one pitch. Hoosier
Mills sent it screaming to the right
centerfield fence for a double driv-
ing in three runs. The next batter
went out pitcher to first, but too
late.

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OUR LOW
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Come out today to the BIG NEW lot
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Open evenings till 8
1949 PONTIAC Tudor; black, radio,
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1950 CHEVROLET Tudor; radio, heater
$295.
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turn signals, good rubber. $595.
1955 PLYMOUTH Tudor, two-tone paint,
radio, heater, 12,000 miles. $1395
JIM WHITE, CHEVROLET,
INC.
Ashley at Liberty First at Washington
Phone NO 2-5000 or NO 3-6495
ROOMS FOR RENT
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Heavyweight Champion
rMarciano Leaves Ring

Linksters At Ohio Today
For. Quadrangular Meet

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Cy The Associated Press
World Heavyweight boxing'
champion Rocky Marciano said
yesterday that he is retiring from
the ring.
Marciano, who will be 33 in Sep-
tember, will retire with a-record of
never having been defeated in a
fight.
Wife's Wish
In making his decision, Rocky
not only acceded to his wife's wish,
but those of his mother and father,
also.
Mrs. Marciano explained that
for three months she had been
"pleading and begging" her hus-
band for her sake and for that of
their daughter, Mary Ann to give
up boxing.

Friends of the champion had for
some time suspected his retirement
was close at hand. Now weighing
217 pounds--30 pounds over his
fighting weight-he has given up
his daily running, one of his means
of keeping in condition. They said
it had seemed improbable for some
time that he could easily get in
shape again.
To Quit Immediately
Previous to Marciano's state-
ment, Mrs. Marciano telephoned
the Brockton Enterprise, Marci-
ano's hometown newspaper, and
said she had talked with her hus-
band in New York and that he
planned to retire ihmediately.
Allie Colombo, local manager for
the champion, confirmed the re-
port.

INDIANAA
Franklin, cf.........+
Mead, ss..........
Herring, 3b.........
Kirkpatrick, lb ......
Applegate, If........
Obremski ............+
Mills, rf ....... ,.....
Skeeters, 2b.........
Whitehead, c........
Jones, ph...........
Reed, ph ..........
Corrall, c...........
Clark, G., p..........
Sanders, p..........
Smith, p...........
TOTALS ..............
MICHIGAN A
Benedict, ss.........
Fox, cf ..........
Tommelein, if.......
Tippery, 2b.........
Boros, 3b...........
Sigman,rf............
Thurston, rf........
Snider, c............
Sealby, lb...........
Szwalinski, c........
Rembiesa, c.........
Poloskey, p..........
Ferrelli, p...........
Ronan, ph..........
Clark, J, p.........
Finkbeiner, p........
TOTALS..............

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By MIKE FLYER
A powerful Michigan golf team
will take its place at the links at
Columbus, O., today, in a quad-
rangular meet with Ohio State,
Purdue, and Indiana. ,
The Wolverine linksters are hop-
ing to continue where they left off
last Saturday, when they swept
past a strong Michigan State
team, 24-12, in the season's open-
er.
Six on Trip
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer will not
decide his starting order until just
before the match. He has taken
Bob McMasters, John Schubeck,
Steve Uzelac, Skip MacMichael,
Fred Mickelow, and Henry Loeb
on the trip.
Loeb is currently leading the
team with 309 shots. An indica-
tion of the strength and balance
of the team, is that only seven
strokes separate the first and last
man.
Katzenmeyer expects most of
his competition to be from Pur-
due and Ohio State. Indiana does
not seem to possess the strength
of the other three clubs.
Purdue has five players back
from last year's Big Ten Cham-
pionship team. Heading the Boil-
ermaker roster of returning vet-
erans is the national collegiate
champion, Joe Campbell. The
other five candidates for starting

positions are Wayne Etherton, Ed
McCallum, Tom Schafer, Bill Red-
ding, and Don Granger.
OSU Strong
Ohio State, who has its strong-
est team in years, will 'enter the
competition with their two stars,
Mike Mural, and Fritz Schmidt.
The other two choices will prob-
ably be Mel Woefling and Rick
Jones.
Coach Katzenmeyer has not
seen any of the three teams yet
this season, and would not make
any predictions about the out-
come of the match. Katzenmeyer
is hoping for good weather condi-
tions for the match, as he feels
that the bad weather this season
has been keeping down the per-
formance of the team.

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PRACTICE
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NOW OPEN
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2nd Greatest Sex

Petitions for the five chair-
man positions of the'Wolverine
Club are due May 5.
For information concerning
petitions, please call Mike Jac-
obson, NOrmandy 3-8508.
Bernie Rinella,
Vice-President

Baseball Scores
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 4, Detroit 3
New York 5, Boston 2
Chicago 9,-Kansas City 7
Washington 8, Baltimore 5
NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 5, Philadelphia 3
Brooklyn 7, Pittsburgh 2
Cincinatti 7, Chicago 4
St. Louis at Milwaukee (postponed)

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