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1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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1957 THiea MIaaHIGAN BAIT V~ ,

PAGE THREE

Period

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Downfall

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Colorado

M' Netters Win Three
Indoor Titles at Chicago

By JIM BAAD
Michigan's tennis team had a
luke-warm tune-up session for the
coming outdoor season when it
participated in the two day indoor
Intercollegiate Tennis Tourna-
ment at the University of Chicago
last weekend.-
The Wolverines had three win-
ners and three second place fin-
ishers in the six singles divisions,
but had troubles Sunday and
could not win in the doubles.
Coach Bill Murphy was forced
to agree with his players' com-
plaints of bad court conditions,
but added that he felt the Uni-
versity of Chicago had done a
creditable job in organizing the
tourney.
"It was the first one of its kind
for them, and was done with the
idea to promote tennis."
The surprise of the weekend

session was top-seeded Barry
MacKay's loss of the first singles
play. MacKay was expected to win
because of his previous fine rec-
ord in National Indoor play but
he was edged out in a second day
playoff by Iowa's Art Andrews.
Finishing first for Michigan
were Mark Jaffe in the third di-
vision. John Harris in the fifth
division, and sophomore John
Erickson in the sixth.
Along with MacKay, Michigan's
other entries, Dick Potter at sec-
ond singles and Dale Jensen at
fourth, came in second losing one
match each in the round-robin
set up.
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
Milwaukee 7, St. Louis 3
Cincinnati 7, Boston 6
Kansas City 4, Pittsburgh 3
New York (A) 5, Philadelphia 0
Brooklyn 8, Detroit 1

--Photo Courtesy Broadmoor Hotel
HAY HITS-Bill Hay (7) of Colorado College slips the puck under
Ross Childs' outstretched stick. CC's Ike Scott (8) waits for the re-
bound that does not come while Michigan's Barrie Hayton (7) is
ready to clear, but the shot scores.
olverines Lose Title;
iwo-Year Reign Jolted

-Photo Courtesy. Broadmoor Hotel
SECOND PLACE AGAIN-Coach Vic Heyliger accepting the run.
ner-up trophy from NCAA Hockey Queen Pauline Beck. The Wol-
verine's hockey followed the lead of the football (tie), swimming
gymnastics, and wrestling teams in finishing second. Bob Pitts,
scarred captain of the Wolverines, looks on.
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Rife Squad Wins Sectional

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By BRUCE BENNETT
For only the fourth time in the
0-year history of the NCAA
ockey tournament, Michigan
idn't bring back the first place
rophy when it returned to Ann
sbor Sunday night.
The "Big Cup" remained in Col-
rado Springs in the hands of
s new owners, Colorado College.
The Tigers earned the trophy
y a lopsided 13-6 count Saturday,
ut for two periods they knew
hey were in a hockey game.
Bottom Drops Out
The bottom dropped out, how-
ver, in the third period for the
red Michigan skaters and Color-
do College mopped up.
The Tigers had pointed for the
rampionship since the first day
f practice last fall. Coach Tom
edecki was out to win at all costs
nd he had his players in top
hysical and mental condition.
Typical of the Wolverines' de-
!rmined and courageous struggle
gain % staggering odds was the
lay of Capt. Bob Pitts. Struck on
he bridge of his nose by a de-
lected shot in Friday night's
ame with Harvard, he suffered a
roken nose and a gash that re-
uired 24 stitches to close.
But Pitts donned a face mask
nd came back to take his regu-
suspensions
Co Be Studied
There have been no new devel-
pments in the case of the three
(ichigan hockey players sus-
ended by the NCAA on the, eve
f last week's tournament.
Prof. Marcus Plant, Michigan's
aculty representative, said yes-
erday that there was no way that
he NCAA decision could be ap-
ealed. He said, however, there
till be an investigation of the
aatter and that Michigan may
ry to get the ruling reversed.

lar turn on the ice in Saturday
night's game. His performance in
the two games earned him a pla'ce
on the Associated Press Tourna-
ment All Star teamn.
Lines Shuffled
Because of the iast minute sus-
pensions, Coach Viv Heyliger was
forced to shuffle his lines for the
Hockey Captain
Neil McDonald was selected
Sunday as captain of the 1957-
58 Michigan hockey team.
McDonald, who succeeds Bob
Pitts, has been a consistent
scorer at forward in the last
two campaigns,
games and several players had to
do double duty.
Neil McDonald's line was the
only one which had ever played
together before reaching the
Broadmoor. The line consisted of
Jerry Karpinka at center and
Tom Rendall and Gary Starr on
the wings. McDonald and Ren-
dall also alternated on a third
combination with John Hutton
and Don Gourley.
As events proved, this pace was
too great and took its toll. But
there were other factors. For one,
Michigan did not check well at all
in its defensive zone and many
times the wings were left uncov-
ered.
M' Outshot
Another factor was that Color-
ado College outshot Michigan
43-28.
Several tournament records
were set or tied in the game. Col-
orado College's fine forward, Bob
McCusker broke one seven-year
old record and tied another with
his four goal and two assist per-
formance.
His seven goal output for the
two games set a record and his
nine points tied another held by
several players, including Michi-
gan's Bill MacFarland (1954).

-Photo Courtesy Broad.moor Hotel
HOCKEY HIERARCHY-The NCAA All Star Team (1957) chosen
at Colorado Springs after the NCAA championships. Champion
Colorado College placed three men on the team while runner-up
Michigan placed two. Kneeling in the front row (1-r) is Bill Hay,
center, Colorado College, and Don Wishert, defense, Colorado Col-
lege. Standing in the back row is Ed MacDonald, goal, Clarkson;
Bob Pitts, defense, Michigan; Bob McCusker, wing, Colorado
College; and Tom Rendall, wing, Michigan.
SPORT SHORTS:
Boston Makes Bid for Score

Firing a score of 1433 out ofv
possible 1500 the University of
Michigan rifle team took top hon-
ors in the National Intercollegiate
Sectional at Ohio State.
Competing against 21 college
teams in the match Saturday aft-
ernoon the Wolverines set a Uni-
versity record with their total. The
national record is 1442 set last
year in a sectional by the Univer-
sity of Nevada.
This score along with the top
scores of the other 20 sectionals
held throughout the country -

with some 200 schools competing
-will be sent to the National
Rifle Association in Washington
D. C. where the National Cham-
pion will be announced within a
month from these scores.
The Wolverine score is expected
to place them in the top five in
the country.
Jan Gogulski led Michigan to
its record total with 291 out of a
possible 300, Tom thanas had
290, Rhody Nornbeig had 287,
Dick Roemer had 284, and Bill
Woodruff had 281.

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Cleveland General Manager
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"Cronin told me that what the
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Eastern Division
Semifinal Playoff
Syracuse 91, Philadelphia 80:
(Syracuse wins best-of-3 series,
2-0)
NATIONAL INVITATIONAL
Quarterfinals
Memphis State 85, Manhattan
73
St. Bonaventure 85, Seattle 68

Red Sox needed was a good, first-
line pitcher and that Score would
probably be worth a million dol-
lars to the Red Sox."
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.-Com-
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called a meeting of the 16 major
league baseball clubs to determine
policy in connection with bills now
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