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TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1957

THE MIICHIGAN DAILY

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Nine

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Heavy-Hitting Wolverines
Back Herrnstein's Pitching

Sophomores Lead Late Victory Surge
As 'NI' Golfers Edge Detroit, 9 -8

By BOB BOLTON
John Herrnstein stepped onto
the pitching mound for the first
time yesterday and handcuffed
University .of Detroit batters for
seven innings as the Wolverines
blasted their way to a lop-sided
10-0 victory.
The game was the ninth straight
pre-conference win for the red
hot Michigan squad which faces
Western Michigan here today at
3:30
During his seven frame stint
Herrnstein, relying almost exclu-
sively on his smoking fastball,
sent 10 Detroit batters down
swinging. Only two of the visiting
The baseball game scheduled
for Wednesday, April 24, be-
tween Wayne State University
and the University of Michigan
has been cancelled. A practice
game with Eastern Michigan
will be held in place of the
regularly scheduled game.
Titans got as far as first base. Ted
Coyle slashed a clean single into
right field in the third and Dan
Wehmoff walked in the fifth.
Sealby Relieves
After the seventh inning Herrn-
stein retired and Bob Sealby came
on to shut out Detroit for the fi-
nal two innings without a hit.
While th Michigan hurlers had
little trouble with the Detroit
line-up, the Titan mound-staff
wasn't quite as lucky in stilling
the Wolverine bats. Starting pit-
cher Ed Drabezyk, who was re-
sponsible for four Michigan runs.
was charged with the loss.
Michigan got a total of 11 hits
off three Detroit pitchers includ-
ing a three runn homer by Steve
Boros, his second in two games,
that dropped over the 340-ft.
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK ()-Plans were
completed yesterday to ship Bold
Ruler, sensational winner of the
Wood Memorial, to Louisville for
the Kentucky Derby, but Prom-
ised Land will miss the big 3-year-
old classic.
While trainer Sunny Jim Fitz-
simmons was making shipping ar-
rangements to send Bold Ruler to
Kentucky Wednesday night, train-
er Hirsch Jacobs definitely with-
drew Promised Land' from the
derby. Promised Land had finish-
ed third in the WoodhMemorial
"but didn't act right" later on,
Jacobs said.
"He just didn't eat the way he
should, so we'll stay home," he
said.
Mr. Fitz said Bold Ruler's horse
Pullmanwould be attached to the
Cincinnait Limited; and arrive at
Louisville Thursday morning.
New Stadium
NEW YORK (I)-Fleet Adm.
William F. Halsey (ret.) yester-
day announced the "kickoff" of a
drive to raise two million dollars
forva new football stadium for the
Navy team at Annapolis, Md.
Thompson Stadium on the Na-
val Academy grounds can accom-
modate only about 20,000, Halsey
said, and the new stadium would
be erected on 101 acres of land
adjoining the academy.
Halsey, onetime Navy fullback,
said the total cost of the stadium
would be about $5,100,000. Plans
call for a 31,000-seat stadium,
" which could be expanded later to
handle crowds of 60,000.
Auto Crash
ENGLAND ()-P)--Dr. S t a nl e y
Marks, British auto racing driver,

was killed in a 70 mile-per-hour
crash on the Brands Hatch circuit
yesterday.
A crowd of 30,000 saw Marks'
copper car zig-zag out of control,
overturn and somersault off the
circuit. Marks was flung into a
fence and died from his injuries.

mark in left field during a four
run splurge in the sixth inning.
Big Sixth
The Wolverines tallied three
runs on two hits and two walks
in the third inning and scored
single runs in the first, fifth, and
to first on a fielder's choice, and
seventh frames.
Things got started during the
big sixth inning when with Ernie
Myers on first by virtue of a field-
er's choice, Bruce Fox rifled a too-
hot-to-handle grounder at Detroit
second sacker Coyle.
As the ball rolled t h r o u g h
Coyle's legs Myers raced to third
and came in on Ken Tippery's
single to right. Boros then cleaned
the bags with his round tripper.
Boros, who along with center
fielder Ralph Hutchings collected
three hits for his afernoon's work,
got Michigan going in the three-
run third frame with a drive to
left.
Detroit pitcher Drabczyk then
walked Herrnstein and Al Sigman
to "load them up" and earn him-
self an early shower.
Relief hurler John O'Donnell
came on, but before the fire could
be pu~t out, Boros scored when Jim
Vukovich was thrown out, pitcher
to first on a fielder's choice, and
Herrnstein and Sigman followed
him across the plate on Gene Sni-
der's double to left center.
One Fitter
MICHIGAN AB R H RBI E
Myers, 3b 3 20 0. 1
Fox, if 5 1 1 0 0
Tinr. 2'h ' { 1 i 1 E

-Daily-David Arnold
MICHIGAN'S BRUCE FOX slides safely into first base in yes-
erday's 10-0 Wolverine win.
PITCHING SUPERB:
Strauss House Defeats
Adams in I-MSoftball

STAN KWASIBORSKI
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Standings

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Boros, ss
Herrnstein, p
Sealby, p
Sigman, rf
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Starr, lb
Snider, e
Hutchings, cf
Myers scoredc
inning.
DETROIT
Coyle, 2b, ss
Delaney, 3b
Walsh, 3b, 2b
Maher, if
Foster, c
Sullivan, cf
Wehmoff, 3b
Andrews, rf
Oles, rf
Kiemens, lb
Drabczyk, p
O'Donnell, p
Blackburn, p
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By STEVE SALZMAN
Frank Balle of Strauss House
covered himself with glory yester-
day afternoon as he led his team
to a 2-0 victory over Adams House
in Residence Hall "A" softball.
The bespectacled little right
hander put on a fine show of
pitching mastery, as he scattered
four hits and struck out nine men
in seven innings.
He mixed in with a rise ball a
terrific change of pace, which
seemed to throw the Adams hitters
off balance all afternoon.
Team Win
This victory, however, was also
. team effort. A few sparkling de-
fensive plays highlighted the ac-
tion.
Scott House tumbled the strongly
rated Williams house nine from
the ranks of the undefeated, by
handing them a thrashing 11-3
defeat. Hugh Sparkman led the
Scott House attack with a fourth
inning grand slam home run to
deepest left center field.
'B' Softball
In Social fraternity 16-inch "B"
softball, Chi Phi came from be-
hind with twelve runs in the last
inning to top Phi Gamma Delta,j

12-6. Leading the seventh inning
uprising were Dan Gulden, Perky
Gildner, Dick Ford, and Dick
Schmuck, all of whom blasted
home runs in the fatal seventh of
this thrilling ball game.
Phi Sigma Delta belted out a
series of singles to produce nine
runs in the last inning, in a come
from behind victory over Sigma
Phi Epsilon, 13-5.
In still another game the last
inning proved to be the determin-
ing factor in the final score. Ralph
Kors belted a line drive home run.
to right center with three men on
base to add to the two other runs
that Alpha Tau Omega got in the
last inning in its victory over Beta
Theta Pi, 12-5.
Other Games
In other "A" games, Lloyd
downed Greene, 15-1; Anderson
topped Van Tyne, 7-4; Alan Rum-
sey defeated Cooley, 12-1; Hins-
dale dropped Reeves, 13-9.
In social fraternity "B" games,
Alpha Epsilon Pi won over Tau
Delta Phi, 6-0; Sigma Chi topped
Chi Psi, 8-3; and Zeta Beta Tau
defeated Sigma Nu, 16-9.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet.
Milwaukee 5 0 1.000
Brooklyn 5 1 .833
New York 3 3 .500
x St. Louis 2 2 .500
Chicago 2 3 .400
Philadelphia 2 4 .333
Pittsburgh 2 4 .333
x Cincinnati 0 4 .000
x night game.
Yesterday's Scores
Milwaukee 9, Chicago 4
New York 3, Pittsburgh 2
Brooklyn 5, Philadelphia 1
Games Today
Chicago at Milwuakee
Pittsburgh at New York
Cincinnati at St. Louis (inght)

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By AL JONES
Michigan's balanced golf team
almost stalled yesterday before
coming from behind to down De-
troit, 9x/-8z,2
There was a misty rain over the
Michigan golf course throughout.
the first nine holes, and the Wol-
verines fell behind. However, when
the sun came out for the second
round of play, the Wolverines
caught fire.
It was the balance of Coach
Bert Katzenmeyer's squad that
brought the victory. The two medal
scores of the day belonged to De-
troit men, but the two poorest
tallies were also made by Titans.;
Top Detroiters
Detroiters Tom Watrous and
Tom Stover gained top honors with;
rounds of 73 each. Watrous gained
all three points over Michigan's
first man, John Schubeck, in their
match play.
Stover, 'on the other hand, was1
able to take only 22 out of the
'Government
To Dissolve
NEW YORK (/)-The govern-
ment yesterday proposed the dis-
solution of the sprawling Inter-
national Boxing Club and its vari-
ous branches, and the complete
separation of Madison Square
Garden and other arenas from
boxing promotion in its anti mon-
opoly suit against the principal
organizations promoting cham-
pionship fights.
These proposals were contained
in a decree filed with Federal
Judge Sylvester J. Ryan, who
ruled lIst month that the IBC
was guilty of monopolizing cham-
pionship boxing bouts.
The IBC and Madison Square
Garden, in a similar proposed de-
cree for a final judgment on the
case, offered to give up all exclu-
sive contracts with boxers and to
limit its activities in promoting
championship fights to two title
bouts a year.
A hearing on the two proposals
has been set for May 20, after
which Judge Ryan will hand down
his final judgment.
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three points in his match play
with Wolverine Skip MacMichael.
MacMichael was low man for
Michigan with a fine 74.
Stan, Kwasiborski was the next
best for Michigan, carding a 76.
However, his match partner, Bill
Teifke also shot a 74, 'and the two
split their three points. Teifke won
the first nine, Kwasiborski the sec-
ond nine, and they each gained a
half-point for total.
Close Matches
MacMichael and Kwasiborski
and their foes staged the closest
matches of the meet. MacMichael
shot consistently under par until
the last few holes of each nine.
Stover was able to catch him the
first titne, and finally overtake him
at the end of the match.
MacMichael fell one stroke be-
hind when Stover sunk a chip
shot on the sixteenth hole, and
they shot even on the final two.
Ray Lovell was top point-winner
for the Wolverines, as he took all
three points from his rival, Pred
Shadrick, with a strong 7$ round.
This was Lovell's first meet for
the Wolverines, as he played in
place of veterans Fred Micklow
and Capt. Steve Uzelac.

Katzenmeyer held Uzelac and
Micklow out because he wanted to
find out how his sophomores would
play before they enter any Confer-
ence meets. He gambled on the
fact that they would shoot well
enough to beat Detroit.
The gamble paid off, since it was
sophomores Lovell, Pat Keefe and
John Law who netted most of the
Michigan points. Keefe bested his
opponent, Bob Adams, on the sec-
ond nine and total, and tied on the
first nine to take 2% points.
Law came from behind with a
fine 36 on the back nine to beat
Mike Galla of Detroit on total
and score two points for the Wol-
verines.
Tigh t Win
PAIR ONE: Ton Watrous (D) over
John Schubeck, 3-0.
PAIR TWO: John Law (M) over
Mike Galla, 2-1.
PAIR THREE: Stan Kwaslborski
(M) tied Bill Tiefke, 1""-1.
PAIR FOUR: Pat Keefe (M) over
Bob Adams, 2YYa
PAIR FIVE: Tom Skover (D) over
Skip MacMichael, 2%-%.
PAIR SIX: Ray Lovell (M) over
Fred Shadrick, 3-0.

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Kansas City 11, Detroit 7
New York 15, Washington 6
Baltimore 7, Boston 5
Cleveland at Chicago, ppd. rain.
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Cleveland at Chicago
New York at Washington
Baltimore at Boston

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