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TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1957

THE 1~MICHIGAN DUXT

Baseball Record Impresses Everyone but .

Fisher

Western Michigan To Test,

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Defense, Pitching Today
By JOHN HILLYER
at bat for the Blue - sh
After a jaunt up and down the Steve Boros -- a converted
Atlantic seaboard which netted six baseman who is havingt
victories in seven games last week, afield -- (.429) and left
the Michigan baseball men will Bruce Fox (.320). Fox, wh
start operating closer to home to- pitches, has been having
day, traveling to Western Michi- troubles, and it should takea
gan University at Kalamazoo. for him to regain the form
Tomorrow will find them home brought him two out of thre
encountering Central Michigan at sions in Big Ten play last
Ferry Field. Boros, who is being scou,
Iisher Not Pleased several major league repr
Despite the impressive record, tives, whacked three triple
Coach Ray Fisher was not pleased doubles and seven singles in
with the performance of the squad bats for a .429 percentage.
on the spring journey. He express- Fox hit .320, an average
ed particular concern over the was seasoned with a home ri
pitching and defensive work, triples and two doubles.
He cited hitting as the main
reason for the six wins, assertingtot
that if the Wolverines don't im- UC n
prove in the other departments,
the competition of the Big Ten will"
catch up with them. II .,l 1is -
Only Glen Girardin, the Wyan-L
dotte southpaw, was the object of'
Fisher's praise among the mounds- By AL JONES
men. He yielded no runs in the
ten innings he worked, allowing The Michigan golf sque
but three singles. turned from North Carolin
He and Don Poloskey, who has their annual spring trip w
been having control problems, will but still quite pleased.
workpagainst Western today. n d st Thursday the Wol
Sophomore John Herrnstein, dropped their season ope
who didn't pitch at all during the Mr, ~nIn ~ f_ /a

.ortstop
:d third
trouble
-fielder
ho also
g back
a while
which
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season.
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GLEN GIRARDIN
... gains coach's praise

e Golf Squad
out Pleased

Taylor Nips
Kelsey'A'
In Softball
By FRED KATZ
Taylor House barely managed a
13-12 win over Kelsey to high-
light opening day in the I-M Resi-
dence Hall "A" softball circuit
yesterday.
Kelsey, trailing 13-5 going into
the final frame brought across 7
straight runs, but the game ended
when the would-be tying run was
thrown out at the plate. Pete Me-
kas earned honors as the top hitter
of the day's activities, blasting a
home run, triple and a single.
Don. Lull of Huber blazed the
ball past 10 Winchell men, giving
up only 2 hits diuring the course
of his team's 9-3 victory.
Another 2-hit performance was
turned in by Frank Balle of
Strauss. Seven Hinsdale men went
down on strikes as they bowed to
him 6-1.
Frank Alandt bested Fred Miller
in the only pitching duel of the
day as Chicago turned back Michi-
gan 4-2 by scoring three runs on
one hit in the fourth.
Other scores: Gomberg 9, Lloyd
7; Anderson 9, Hayden 7; Cooley
7, Vani Tyne 5; Scott 14, Reeves
6; Adams 13, Williams 5.
In the lone Independent League
game MCF beat Evans Scholars
6-4.
HAPPY EASTER
TO ALL
try our:
SMART
SUAVE
INDIVIDUALISTIC
HAIRSTYLES
The Dascola Barbers
near the Michigan Theater

ad re-
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ner to
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Spring Results
MICHIGAN 4-1, Quantico
Marines 2-3
MICHIGAN 6, Maryland 3
MICHIGAN 10, Navy 7
MICHIGAN 14, Georgetown 6
MICHIGAN 11, Virginia 7
MICHIGAN 9, Washington and
Lee 5
vacation trip, hurled in an intra-
squad game yesterday for the first
time this spring, and Fisher was
pleasantly surprised with the big
lefty's control.
Herrnstein, who played center
field throughout the seven contests,
will remain there, despite his poor
showing (.179) at the plate. Fisher
plans to use him shortly as a
pitcher, but believes he has "good
potential" at both spots.
'M' Beaten by Quantico
Michigan's only defeat came at
the hands of the Quantico (Va.)
Marine base nine, 3-1, in seven
innings. Games with two teams-
Delaware and George Washington
-were cancelled because of poor
weather conditions.
Two hitters in particular shone

North Carolina, 24%j-5%j, and the
next day they scared Duke before
subsiding, 16-14.
Although coaches are not usu-
ally pleased after losing, Michigan
coach Bert Katzenmeyer has many
reasons to be optimistic about this
year's link squad.
Team Looks Impressive
During the week before the two
meets the whole team was looking
much better than usual for this
early in the season. The two Caro-
lina opponents have the advantage
of playing almost half their sea-
son by this time of the year, while
this was the first chance for the
Wolverines to spend time outdoors.
Katzenmeyer states that he was
very impressed with the way that
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the ball during their daily work-
outs. "We played a lot of golf," he
said, "at least 27 holes a day all
week. The boys had good contact
with ball from the first, and are
farther along than usual after only
one week outdoors."
Katzenmeyer was particularly
pleased with his first two linksters,
John Schubeck and John Law.
They accounted for over half the
team's points in both meets. Law
had par rounds of 72 both days,
and is the first Michigan golfer
that Katzenmeyer recalls who had
been unscored upon in the annual
southern matches.
From the showing of the team!
thus far, Katzenmeyer believes
that they should be at least as
strong as last year. "We again
have good balance," he said,
which was our strong point last
season."

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