100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

April 29, 1956 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1956-04-29

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.


SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1936

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE' EN

SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

Wolverine Linksters Up
Purdue, OSU at Columi

Gof Sqlld
set

Wins Quadrangular Meet

Special To The Daily
COLUMBUS, O. - Michigan's
golf squad displayed exceptional
depth and brilliant play as it swept
to a convincing victory in the
quadrangular meet held here yes-
terday.
Paced by Captain Bob McMas-
ters and Fred Micklow, who tied
for low medalist honors with
scores of 149, the linksmen upset
Purdue, defending Big Ten cham-
pions, and Ohio State, who finished
in the runner-up spot last year.
The Wolverines trounced a not-so-
sensational Indiana squad for their
third win of the day.
Once again the weather was an
important factor. "The weather
was warm, but a little windy dur-
ing the morning round," comment-
ed Coach Bert Katzenmeyer. "Then
at the turn in the afternoon
round, the winds increased and
rain broke loose. The match had
to be called."
The closest match of the day
occurred between the Wolverines
and the strong Ohio State squad
with Michigan emerging victori-
ous in the grueling match, 19-17.
The spectacular linksters had a
much easier time with the de-
fending champion Boilermakers,
whipping them with an inspiring
211/2-141 effort. Indiana's weak
team fell to the Maize and Blue
by the lopsided score of 26-10.
MacMichael Leads
Skip MacMichael led the links-
men, as he garnered a total of
161/2 points in his matches. Right
behind him were McMasters and
Micklow with respective totals of
16 and 15. Hank Loeb, Steve Uze-
lac, and John Schubeck combined
for the remaining 19 points.
The Wolverines' brilliant effort

drew plaudits from their proud
coach. "I'm very happy with the
play of my boys. They played
very well."
Michigan, whose performance in
past years has been extremely er-
ratic, demonstrated the steady
play which results from experience
and practice. All of the starting
linksmen are members of last
year's squad, which placed third
in the Big Ten Championships.
held at Lafayette.
OSU Wins Two
The Buckeyes won their other
two matches, defeating both Pur-
due and- Indiana. They edged the
Boilermakers 21%-141. Low man
for the Columbus squad was Rich
Jones who fired a 153 total, with
his two rounds of 74-79. Indiana
suffered the worst defeat of any
team when Ohio State overwhelm-
ed the Hoosiers 31%-4%,.
One of the biggest surprises of
the day was the disappointing per-
formance of Joe Campbell, sensa-
tional Purdue junior, who is the
reigning Big Ten Champion.
Campbell, who currently holds
three Indiana golf titles, shot two!
rather mediocre rounds of 79 and
76.
"The regular season meets are
a good sign of what will result in!
the Big Ten Championship," com-
mented MacMichael. If so, pros-
pects for this year's squad appear
bright.
STATISTICS

i
1
r
'r
i.
i
s
1
i
1
6
r
. .

Illinois Nine'
Takes Lead'
in Big Ten
By The Associated Press
Illinois sat on top of the Big Ten
baseball standings last night.
At Champaign brilliant relief
pitching by Bill Frentz led the
Illini to a double victory over Pur-
due yesterday, 6-5 and 7-2. to give
them three victories without a de-
feat.
Frentz stopped a Boilermaker
rally in the ninth inning of the
first game and hurled the finall
four innings of the second.
Second place remained in the
hands of Wisconsin which shut out
Iowa, 2-0, at Iowa City. The sec-
ond game of the double-header
was rained out.
The Minnesota Gophers bounced
back from a 6-4 defeat at the
hands of Wisconsin Friday, to take
a twin bill from Northwestern. ,
Jerry Thomas pleased the home
fans by winning the first game,
7-0, on a two-hitter. He retired
the side in order in seven of the
innings. Rod Oisted was the win-
ner in the second contest which
the Gophers won, 3-1. He gave up
only five hits and smacked the only,
extra base hit of the game. f
The Michigan State-Indiana*
game was rained out at East Lans-
ing.

Baseball Team Rained Out
In Twin Bill with Buckeyes

GENE SNIDER
...umpire trouble Friday

By HANK ROSENBAUM
Once again the weather has
thwarted the Michigan baseball
team.
Because of the continuous rain,
the Wolverines were unable to playc
their scheduled twin-bill with the
Ohio State Buckeyes at Ferry Field
yesterday. The game was canceledy
just before starting time and can-p
not be rescheduled due to a Big
Ten ruling.1
Coach Ray Fisher, in summingt
up the defeat at the hands of Indi-
ana in 11 innings Friday, said,,
"Our hitting left something to be-
desired."
The squad couldn't get a hit off
Hoosier relief pitcher Bill Smith,
who entered the game with one out
in the eighth and received credit
far the victory. "He was much
faster than the first Indiana
pitcher (Gerry Clark) ", comment-
ed Fisher.
"We should have beaten them,"
Fisher went on. "Don Poloskey let
just one pitch slip by," Joe Mills
smacked that pitch for a double
that sent three Hoosier runners
across the plate.
DROP

The Indiana change of strategy
in the fatal 11th inning which
"bunted Michigan to death" was
probably caused by the exit of
Wolverine Gene Snider at the re-
quest of the umpire in the last
half of the 10th.
Sophomore Don Rembiesa who
has had'little experience, replaced
him behind the plate.
This coupled with pitcher Mark
Ferrelli's effectiveness and the fact
that he is not a fast-baller. Indi-
ana tried what proved to be the
winning formula.
- -U

FRED MICKLOW

BOB McMASTERS

... medalists yesterday at Columbus

ig Ten
Standings

i
a
a
f:

AT PENN, DRAKE:
'M' Trackmen Garner
Three Second- ~lac.-e2

i

Illinois .......
Wisconsin ...
Ohio State ...
Indiana .,... .
Minnesota ...
Northwestern .
MICHIGAN ..,
Mich. State .
Iowa........
Purdue.......

W
3
2
1
1
2
1
0
0
0
0

L
0
0
0
0
1
2
1
1
2
3

Pet.
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
.667
.333
.000
.000
.000
.000

GB
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
3

Ifj
1N.

Try
walking
in
these!

By The Associated Press

mile relay team, Michigan placed'
Michigan, which split its track in five events at Penn,
team between the Penn Relays and _ Owen heaved the shot a credit-
the Drake Relays yesterday, had able 52'2", but was far outdistan-
its presence felt as it placed in ced by Ken Bantum of Manhattan
College, who threw for a mark of
seven events. F 59'1%". This erased the former
In addition, Friday found Capt.Imeet record of 56', set in 1948 by
Ron Wallingford taking second by Chuck Fonville of Michigan.
tenth of a second in the two-mile The four-mile relay team, om.-

Brooklyn Iin
Bosox Snap

Icreases NL Lead;
Yanks' Jinx, 6-4

McMasters.......
Micklow ...........
MacMichael....... .
Uzelac............
Loeb .............
Schubeck ..........

72-77
71-78
75-76
82-79
84-79
.83-84

149
149
151
161
163
167

IMF BOI

i

By BILL GRANSE
Bob Appleman drew a diagram
in the cinders.
"I'm going to experiment with
my pole-vaulting form again," Ap-
pleman said. "I started the year
with a new style and it hasn't
worked too well." It was Apple-
man's "old form" which enabled
him to take the Big Ten pole-
vaulting championship in last
year's Conference outdoor track
meet with a leap of 13'8%".
Looking Ahead
"I'm looking forward to May
5," the 5'9", 155-lb. vaulter com-
mented. "Then I'll be able to tell
if going back to last year's style
is going to help my performance.
On that important date the Wol-
verine thinclads take on Marquette
and the Chicago Track Club in a
home meet.
Appleman, who became interest-
ed in track during his freshman
year at Chicago's University High
School, surprisingly enough denied

that his greatest thrill came with,
last season's championship vault.
. "The Big Ten meet got the most
publicity, but actually I was more
excited about last year's Penn
State meet," Appleman stated. "It
was the first time I ever vaulted
12'8". Several of my teammates
also turned in good performances1
at that meet."
"Apple," a freshman in Medical
School and a member' of Sigma
Chi, commented that individual
improvement was more important
to him than setting new records."
CMy greatest thrills have always
come when I've improved," the
track star said.
Team Spirit
"We have great team spirit on
our squad," he continued. "When
all your teammates are doing well,
you want to do well, too."
The blond athlete stressed the
companionship and cooperation he
has received from the other mem-
bers of the team. "The companion-
ship of one's teammates means a

run at the Penn extravaganza hiela
rn Phiadelphiad posed of Ralph Gray, Helmar Doll- By The Associated Press
in Philadelphia. eGerKestuanWlig-as the Philadelphia Phillies down-
Paced by second places by shot- wet, Geert Keilstrup and Walling- sBoky' ol hminIa h hldlhaPile on
ford, could not overcome a lead by Brooklyn's World Champion ed the New York Giants, 6-2.
putter Dave Owen and the four-}Dogrexnddtiralys-
a fast-moving Oxford University Dodgers extended their early sea- Richie Ashburn's two home runs
team, the Britishers running the son National League lead to a supplied the hitting support that
distance in 17:35.3. The Wolverines game-and-a-half yesterday at Eb- moved the Phils into a tie with the
had to settle for the runner-up bets Field by defeating the Pitts- Giants for fourth place in the
h d t set e f r t e r n e - p burgh Pirates, 5-2. IN to a e g e
B APPL Ethe other events, the Michi- i g o un al in the seventh AtCincinnati, George Crowe,
gan half-mile relay team of Laird ibonnnmg gave the victory to Don filling in. for the benched Ted
Sloan, Bob Rudesill, Dick Flodin coeh urength pith Kluszewski, hit two home runs and
and Bob Brown finished third be- a triple to lead the Redlegs to a
lot," Appleman said. "A player hind the Cornell and Pennsylvania perrmance fo th Dodgers smashing 9-1 victory over the Chi-
can learn much more practicing quartets. The Maize and Blue also Meanwhile, in Boston, the Red
with the rest of the team than he garnered a fourth place in the mile Sox broke the jinx of last years cago Cubs.
cnlearn practicing alone. Some rlySoa , Rdsll'ldi n American League pennant winners Pitcher Camilo Pascual struck
can relay. Sloan, Rdesil, Flod andby upending the New York Yan- out 12 and contributed four hits in,
of the other guys on the squad Robin Varian were beated by Vil-bkeni-gRtkeD er wons
have coached me and have giver an a Mrga Sat adtanrees, 6-4. Rookie Dave Sisler won the Washington Senator's 5-3 tri-
me very helpful suggestions." hattana his first major league game for the umph over last-place Baltimore at
me vry hlpfl sugestons hatan.Red Sox. who had lost five straight Griffith Stadium.
Appleman predicted that this Mark Booth jumped 6'6" in the Re So who hadks Arg G th S tadium.
kiggames to the Yanks. All other contests scheduled for
team spirit would help the Wol- high ,jump, but the Big Ten king Robin Roberts posted his third yesterday were postponed because
verines chalk up another success- from Michigan had to be content win in a row, at the Polo Grounds of cold or rainy weather.
ful track season. "As far -as dual with a tie for third place. The !win__narow__atthe __oloGroundsofcoldorrainyweather.
meets are concerned. I feel that winning mark was 6'8".
Michigan is the team to beat." In the Drake Relays at Des n
placed for the Wolverines. O'Reilly NATIONAL EAGUE GB AMERICAN LEAGUE GB
1 highjumped 6'2", which was good Wj e.G e.G
v fhor a tie for fifth place. Landstrom Brooklyn 7 2 .778 Chicago 5 1 .833 11
W ins IS -M T ale finished in a tie for second place Milwaukee 4 2 .667 11 New York. 8 3 .727
in the pole vault. His mark of St. Louis 5 3 .625 1? Cleveland 5 4 .556 2
14'4" was bettered by Bob Gutow- New York 4 5 .444 3 Washington 6 5 .545 2
ski of Occidental, with an ascent Philadelphia 4 5 .444 3 Boston 4 5 .444 3
of 14'84", which was a new meet Cincinnati 3 5 .375 31 Detroit . 3 5 .375 3
Lambda Chi Alpha gained the record. Chicago 3 5 .375 3 Kansas City 3 6 .333 4
Intramural social fraternity pad- 'M' Receives Award Pittsburgh 3 6 .333 4 Baltimore 3 8 .273 5
dleball championship Thursday In a brief ceremony at the Penn TODAY'S GAMES TODAY'S GAMES
afternoon with a 3-0 triumph over Relays, the ten colleges winning Pittsburgh at Brooklyn (2) New York at Boston
Sigma Alpha Mu. the most Relay Championships in Philadelphia at New York (2) Cleveland at Detroit (2)
Rainy weather and wet grounds the history of the meet were pre-i Chicago at Cincinnati (2) Kansas City at Chicago (2)
caused postponement of all the sented with awards. Michigan had St. Louis at Milwaukee (2) Baltimore at Washington (2)
I-M softball competition since won 25 relay events, which was
TrscGa mes scheduled1 fo~r! ..,-,i r,.r y P nnvi i',.___- m

* t
*~~~ ~~ * ndtkealok

11

I
s
1
t
R
t
7

BROWN with
Sebago's
patented welt
construction,
soft hand-
rolled collar.

I

This Week in Sports
Tuesday, May 1
GOLF-U. of Detroit-8 a.m.
Wednesday, May 2
TENNIS-Western Michigan-2:15 p.m.
Thursday, May 3
BASEBALL-at Notre Dame
Friday, May 4
TENNIS-Wisconsin-2:15 p.m.
BASEBALL-at Northwestern
Saturday, May 5
TRACK-Marquette and Chicago Track Club--
1:30 p.m.
GOLF-Purdue, Ohio State and Northwestern-
8 a.m.
TENNIS-Indiana-2 p.m.

Friday and yesterday will be played , 51. Ralph Craig, '11, a Michigan
next week. all-time great, accepted the award
Defending champion Phi Alpha I for the University.
Kappa trounced Tau Epsilon Rho, I Craig was winner of the 100- and
11-0, in professional fraternity ac- 200-meter dashes in the 1912
tion Thursday. Olympics at Stockholm, and in
Phi Delta Epsilon won a slug-fest 1952 as a member of the U.S.
from Alpha Chi Rho, 19-11; Phi Olympic Yachting team, he was
Alpha Delta defeated Alpha Kappa accorded the greatest honor any
Psi, 9-2; and Delta Sigma Delta country can bestow on an Olym-
completely overwhelmed Phi Delta pian, the privilege of carrying the
Chi, 18-1. colors in the Olympic Opening
Ceremony.

Psi Omega won a relatively low-
scoring contest from Delta Sigma
Pi, 6-2; Alpha Omega edged Nu'
Sigma Nu;" 10-7;and the LawClub
doubled the score on Phi Delta
Phi, 10-5.
T nnAll-OmC i hnndb ll

"s

GOLFERS
PRACTICE
RANGE
NOW OPEN
on US 23 and Packard Rd.

i

.1

I

i an -uampus nan a
BASEBALL--at Wisconsin match Friday Jim Arnold got by'
Allen Lifshay, 2-1.
\_ ,1}21 ... :si;.: 1.. .s,;\; a: >:;;aiNc "v:: i: -':;s_'Iti ; , . 3%x;:" :"i:

UK.

'ii_______

t
f
r
3
i
3
1
f
t
I
E
i
t
E
3
t
3
i
t

..-. and take a look at
the fine selection of
MOTHER'S DAY
CARDS
at
BALL
OFFICE SUPPLY
213 E. Washington
S4/rieaIs
ina
the first really
MODERN rose pattern1
-So New!
So Lovely!
I SOMETHING SPECIAL

SEBAGO-MOCS
Enjoy the luxurious "slip-
on comfort" of Sebago-
Mocs. Only a moccasin
had-sewn and hand-lasted
by skilled State-of-Maine
craftsmen could be
so soft and flexible
. . and look so handsome
CAMPUS BOOTERY
304 S. State
the PERFECT GIFT
for MOTHER'S DAY
Jewels
t 1With
Old-World
Beauty
gleaming
CANTERBURY
$ 95
Jewel as
Graceful, Italian-influenced lines
with delicate tracings of gold em-
bossing. A distinctive case - at
a distinctly low price. Leather
grain Texol® in rich Venetian
colors: green, brown, red or ivory.
No Federal Tax
Other Jewel Boxes
,from $1.50) to $25.00
W IL.KINSON'S 171A F M

Save!

Save!

Save!

During Building Remodeling

BEST SELLERS
FICION

ON YOUR NEW

SPRING

SUITS-TOPCOATS-SPORT.
COATS -SLACKS -JACKETS.
While we are making alterations to better our service for you,
our customers, you can save up to 4010. Take advantage of these
great savings at this time.
You expect more value at RABIDEAU-HARRIS
and you are never disappointed!

O'CoxNNO ............THE LAST HURRAH ....................$4.00
O'HARA ...............TEN NORTH FREDRICK................... 3.95
KANTOR .............. ANDERSONVILLE............... . ......5.00
G;REENIEJ ,..............THE QUIET AMERICAN........;........... 3.50
DENNIS .........,.,. ..AUNTIE MAME .., .,.......... 3.50
BUCK ..................IMPERIAL WOMAN ....................... 4.95

GENERAL

BlRNSTlN ...........TIE SEARCH FOR BRIDEY MURPHY ......$3.75
LINDBERGII ...........GIFT FROM THE SEA ......................2.75
LORD A NIGHT TO REMEMBER..................3.50

I

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan