WEDNESDAY, MAX 23, 1959
USE 'MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1956 TUE MICHIGAN DAIlY PAGE ThREE
Clark Stars in Relief;
IBoros Clouts Home Run
Major League Standings
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inning but the Titans fought back
to knot the score in the second.
With one out, Fox singled and
was forced at second by Tommel-
ein. After stealing second, Tom-
melein scored when Ken Tippery
sent a long fly over the left field-
er's head for a triple.
Boros then walloped a tremend-
ous drive over the left field fence
about 450 feet away. The U of D
baseball coach commented that it
was the first time he had seen a
ball clear that fence.
In the last half of the second
inning, Michigan starter Dean
Finkbeiner got into trouble. A hit
batsman and two singles loaded
the bases with Titans before an
out had been registered.
A double by right fielder Tom
Pilarski scored two runs and Jim
Clark came In to pitch. He re-
tired the first man to face him on
a fly to center and the tying run
scored after the catch.
He then set down the next two
nien to face him and proceeded to
hurl an excellent ball game. His
control was perfect as he walked
none and gave up only two hits in
seven innings. In the last four in-
pings he pitched, he retired the
side in order.
Becase of the intense heat,
Clark was taken out of the game
and Glenn Girardin set the Titans
down in order in the ninth.
The Wolverines are awaiting
their traditional series with Mich-
igan State this weekend and would
like nothing better than to avenge
last year's series sweep by the
To Be Sd
Non-student football tickets for
the coming season will go on sale
Friday, June 1 for University stu-
dents and employees.
Students are urged to place
ticket orders for friends and rela-
tives before they leave for the
summer to avoid the fall ticket
rush. The Army and Michigan
State games are expected . to be
sellouts as well as the two away
Tickets for both home and away
games will be on sale at the Ath-
letic Administration B u i l d i n g
throughout the summer Monday
'through Friday 8:30-4:30 and Sat-
urday mornings starting June 1.
The general public can begin
ordering ducats on June 15.
Those who are undecided about
whether or not to purchase extra
tickets can pick up applications
at the Athletic Administration
Building before going home. This
way they can mail in orders any
time during the summer.
Students; planning to attend
either of the away games with
Iowa and Ohio State should order
tickets before leaving because
there is the strong possibility that
no tickets will be available in the
This advance sale of tickets does
not include students admissions
at home games. Those tickets will
,be distributed to students during
fall orientation week.'
Benedict, ss ....... 4
Fox of ..........5
Tommelein, If .... 5
Tippey, 2b .......4
Biros, 3b ....... 4
tigman, r ........3
Artz, rf ...........1I
Snider, c......... 2
Finkbeiner, p ...... I
Girardin, p........ 0
Totals ............ 39
LEAVES 'TODAY-Barry MacKay will lead the netters in their
quest for Michigan's second straight Big Ten Championship. The
squad leaves today for Minneapolis, Minn., to compete in the
tournament which will run for three days starting tomorrow.
Netters Favored To Repeat
By ED SALEM
the Wolverines haven't met this
Wolverine netters had only one year are Minnesota, Iowa, and
thing in their favor in the match Purdue. None of these three seem
with Northwestern Saturday-su- to come close to Michigan's power,
perior tennis playing, As for the other teams in the
Everything else seemed to say Big Ten, Michigan has met them
that their second unbeaten year all, losing no more than one indi-
in a row was not in the books. vidual match against any of them,
First they had the handicap of According to Coach Bill Murphy,
playing away from the familiar Northwestern, Illinois, and Indi-
confines of Ann Arbor; they were ana should give Michigan the most
under terrific pressure to win their competition, and MSU might also
31st straight match; they were do well. "I think," he said, "that
playing on brown rather than the Northwestern is the best team
green courts used at Michigan; we've met this year."
there was no canvas background
on the back of the courts.
As one member of the team put Correction
it, they just had trouble seeing the
ball. And it is apparent from the A recheck of the social fra-
scores of the matches that it took ternity intramural standings by
a while for the Wolverines to get officials at the I-M Building
their games used to the strange has found that Sigma Phi Epsi-
surface. Scores such as 9-7, 6-3 Ion has not yet officially won
-9-7, 6-4-6-4, 6-1, indicated vast the team title, as reported in
improvement in the second sets, yesterday's Daily.
With this match safely under its The correct figures show the
belt, Michigan appears to be the Sig Eps with 1,524 points; Phi
odds-on favorites to cop the Con- Delta Theta with 1,500.
ference championship which starts As things stand now, the Sig
tomorrow at Minneapolis. ,Eps can get a maximum of 20
The only Conference teams that more points in softball, while
- - - the Phi Delts can still gain 35.
more points in I-M tennis.
.VICTORIA, B.C. (P)-The Pacif-
ic Coast Conference slapped fines
up to $1,550 on eight of its nine
member schools yesterday and
tightened the strings on alumni
and booster clubs.
Washington State College was
the only school given a clean bill
In .1-M Tilt
By DON McGHEE
Alpha Epsilon Pi swamped Tri-
gon, 18-6, yesterday afternoon in
an I-M third place social frater-
nity playoff game.
Softball action at Ferry Field
saw four teams of the social fra-
ternity league and two of the
independent league, vieing for
third place honors.
In the AEPi-Trigon game, a
five-run first inning and an 11-
run second inning, gave AEPi a
lead that was never threatened.
Trigon jumped to a four run lead
in the top of the first but lost it.
The big second inning was led
by left fielder Buddy Seligsohn,
hitting a two-run triple and a
two-run homer. Seligsohn hit an-
other two run homer in the bot-
tom of the fourth.
In the other third place social
fraternity game, Alpha Delta Phi
downed Delta Chi, 6-4, Alpha Delt
pitcher, Bob Schleh allowing only
Five of Alpha Delt's six runs
were the result of two home runs.
One was a grand slam in the first
by Tom Curtis, the other was hit
by John Rieben in the sixth with
Retired in Order
The Alpha Delts were retired in
order in the second, third, and
fourth innings by Delta Chi pitch-
'er Mary Teutsch.
Three of Delta Chi's four runs
came in the third, a combination
of two walks, a passed ball and a
two-run double. Their only other
run followed in the next inning.
Newman Club beat the Med Sox,
13-5, in the independent game.
The game featured home runs by
Charlie Morrell, pitcher, and Bill
Cartwright, both of the Med Sox.
Ballplayers Visit Ann Arbor
Mickey Mantle of the New York
Yankees, six members of the De-
troit Tigers, and sportscasters Van
Patrick and Mel Ott will be in Ann
Arbor today as special guests at
the annual Quarterback Club Out-
ing and Banquet set for Barton
The stag affair will be open to
non-members of the Quarterback
Club who will have an opportunity
to purchase tickets at Barton.
*' * ,
New York ....
Detroit ,.. ... .
Kansas City . .
- Milwaukee ....
2?', St. Louis .....
3 Cincinnati ....
6 Brooklyn ... ...
6'. Pittsburgh ....
7Y, New York ...
9 Philadelphia .,
9V/ Chicago ......
Detroit 3, New York 2
Boston 5, Cleveland 3
Kansas City 6, Washington 1
Baltimore at Chicago (rain)
St. Louis 6, Pittsburgh 3
Milwaukee 7, Brooklyn 3
Cincinnati 6, New York 3
Chicago at Philadelphia (rain)
UNIVERSITY OR DETROIT
Knittel, ss......... 4 0
MeKeevergim, 2b .. 3 0
Baumgart, c ...... 4 0
Sullivan, cfi....... 4 0
Foster, I.......... 3 1
O'Donnell, Ib .... 4 1
Finn, 2b.......... 4 1
Pilarski, rf ........3 0
Crissey, p ........ 7 0
Hughes, p ........1 0
Totals........... 32 3
MICHIGAN .. 300 000 040-7 116
U. of Detroit .. 030 000 000--3 6 1
A FEW BRIGHT SPOTS:
Golfers' Championship Hopes Dim
By AL WINKELSTEIN
pressed the belief that It will take
"We just played poor golf!" a "minor miracle for the Wolver-
That was Michigan Coach Bert ines to win the Conference champ-
Katzenmeyer's summary of the ionship.
disappointing Wolverine efforts in "The team isn't ready for it.
their. triangular meet against The he n't ea y to gt
Michigan State and Detroit, Sat- enough paeti cen abltheir age
Pa ying on Detroit's Grosse Ile isn't of championship calibre now."
course, the linksters lost to the Michigan had soundly trounced
Spartans by a 20%-15% count. the Spartans in the early part of
This marked the first time that the season, but last weekend was
MSU had been able to defeat a the Spartans' chance for revenge,
Michigan golf squad since 1946. and they took full advantage of
Michigan found little consola- their opportunity.
tion in its victory over a rather Michigan State has a young
hapless University of Detroit team team, made up mostly of sopho-
by a 28%-72 margin. Detroit just mores; that has come along very
isn't in the same class as either fast since the beginning of the
the Maize and Blue or the Spart- season.
ans. Despite the rather discouraging
The triangular meet marked the note that ended the dual meet sea-
end of the Wolverine's dual meet son, there were a few bright spots
seasonp The squad finished the in the Wolverine picture.
season with only a fair record of Bright Spots
eight wins against six defeats. Most encouraging was the im-
Against Conference foes, the
linksters were able to do no better,
with six wins and four defeats.
Prepare for Tourney
The team travels to Evanston,
Ill. this weekend for the Big Ten
championships. Katzenmeyer ex-
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our most wanted men
Today, as a college grad, you
have a choice of more jobs than LONG
ever. Which should you take? MOVING
June Reader's Digest tells
proved play of Henry Loeb. Loeb
has been trying to shake off a
terrific slump that has plagued
him in the last few meets.
In Saturday's competition, it
appeared that he regained a great
deal of 'his early season form, as
he finished with a very respect-
able 154 for the 36 holes.
Another bright spot was the
play of Steve Uzelac'who turned
in his best round of the season.
Uzelac was hitting the ball better
than at any time this year, and
finished with medalist honors for
the Wolverines with a low 149.
The biggest disappointment for
the linksters was the play of Fred
Micklow, who finished with a high
Micklow has been playing bril-
liant golf in the last three meets,
but was way off form, especially
in the morning round when he shot
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