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SATURDAY, APRIL 27,1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAEW

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Routs

Ohio

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Big

Ten

Opener;

Thinclads Enter Finals in Penn, Drake

Relays

Buckeyes' Cisco Falls, 14-4,
To Wolverine Sluggers

Two Relay Teams, Owen
In Contention for Crowns

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Special to The Daily

STEVE UZELAC
. . in Big Ten opener

Big Ten Golf
Starts Today
At Colu mbus
Michigan Team Plays
In FourrWay Match
By RAY BERNREUTER
The Michigan golf team opens
its Big, Ten schedule today in a
meet against Indiana, Purdue, and
Ohio State at Columbus.
Purdue's squad, Big Ten chiam-
pions two years running, will be
the team to watch. Outstanding
man in the meet will be Purdue's
Joe Campbell.
Campbell is the Big Ten indivi-
dual champion. To add to his links
fame, he progressed to the semi-
finals of the National Amateur
tournament and was invited to
play in the Masters tournament
at Augusta, Ga. earlier this month.
Expects No Trouble
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer ex-
pects no trouble from the Hoosier
linkmen. Indiana has been in the
Conference cellar for the last two
years and is not expected to have
a much better season this year.
The remaining team in the meet,
Ohio State~ has only one letter-
' man back. He is Fritz Schmidt.
Last year this quadrangular
meet was also played at Columbus.
The Wolverine linksters upset
everyone then. Ohio State was
beaten 19-17, Indiana 26-10, and
Purdue 212-14%.
Michigan will probably lead off
with John Schubeck and John Law
in the first foursome. Schubeck
might well be the Wolverines top
man. Law, a sophomore, shot good
rounds on the vacation trip.
Also at the meet are Skip Mac-
Michael, Stan Kwasiborski, Fred
Micklow, Pat Keefe, and Capt.
Steve Uzelac.
MacMichael was low man in the
Detroit meet earlier this week
shooting a spectacular 74.
Scored Separately
Today's meet is scored as four
separate dual meets. Each team
has three separate matches. The
team emerging with the lowest
overall score also gets credit for
an extra dual meet victory.
Coach Katzenmeyer has not seen
any of the three teams yet this
season, and would not make any
predictions about the outcome of
the match. He is hoping for good
weather conditions for the match,
as he feels that bad weather this
season has kept down the perform-
ance of the team.
Starting the Big Ten season
with a victory would indeed be
gratifying to the team and its
coach after losing two of the three
meets already played this season.

On the strength of four home
runs, Michigan's baseball team ex-
ploded to down a highly touted
Galen Cisco and his Ohio State
teammates, 14-4.
Today the Wolverines meet In-
diana ina double -header at
Bloomington.
Michigan's fourbaggers came off
the bats of Ernie Myers, Ken Tip-
pery, Steve Boros, and John Herr-
stein.
Breaking a 3-3 tie with a seven
run outburst in the sixth, Michi-
gan shelled the Buckeyes" ace
pitcher, giving him his first loss
in his high school and college
career.
Up to this point it was a close
pitchers battle between Cisco and
Don Poloskey, whom Coach Ray
Fisher started in a ,last minute
switch.
Boros Homers
In the sixth, Steve Boros lead
off with a home run, the third off
Cisco, over the left center field
fence.
Jim Vukovich and John Herrn-
stein quickly followed with singles.
Al Sigman also singled scoring the
two runners and knocking Cisco
from the mound.
JoeDzingelski followed him to
the hill and was greeted by a
single by Gene Snider sending Sig-
man to second.
Dzingelski then picked Sigman
off second and struck out Poloskey.
With Myers at the plate Snider
lumbered to second on a steal
before Myers hit a single, scoring
Snider.
Bruce Fox tripled, scoring Myers,
who scored , on Tippery's 370-ft.
home run to left field.
Boros was walked, but Vukovich
popped out to second to end the
inning.
Clubs Second Pitch
In the first inning, Myers gave
an indication that Michigan had
its hitting clothes on when he
clubbed Cisco's second pitch for
a 350-ft. round-tripper over the
left field fence.
Ohio State came back to tie the
game in the second when Poloskey
walked Vern Barkstall and gave
up a double to Norm Steagall.
They went ahead 2-1 in the bot-
tom of the third on three succes-
sive singles by Barkstall, Steagall
and Steve Jonas.
In the top of the fourth the
Wolverines took the lead 3-2
when Tippery singled, went to
second on a wild pitch and scored
when Herrnstein hit a 400-ft.
home run to right center.
The Buckeyes tied up the game
in the fifth to set the stage for

Michigan's explosion. Their runs
came when three walks and an in-
field out scored Warren Mizutani.
Michigan's other runs which
were anticlimatic came in the
eighth and ninth. In the eighth
Poloskey scored on a single by
Boros after he and Tippery walk-
ed.
In the ninth Vukovich walked,
Herrnstein singled, and they both
scored when Sigm n tripled for
his third hit of the game. Myers,
kept up his sensational hitting
when he doubled to score Sigman.
OSU's final run came in the
eighth when Ron Shay singled to
score Randy Booth who had
doubled.
Herrnstein or Clark
In today's game at Indiana Fish-
er probably will use Herrnstein
and Jim Clark.
For Indiana, Bill Smith or Dick
Mrofka will go in the first game.
They have identical 1-1 records
this year, with both of their losses
coming at the hands of Notre
Dame.
In the nightcap Hoosier coach
Ernie Andres will probably pitch
Albin Hayes, who has two wins
against no losses this year.
Cisco Kidded
MICHIGAN AB R H RBI E
Myers, 3b 6 2 3 3 0
Fox,if 6 1 2 1 0
Tippery, b 4 2 2 2 0
Boros, ss 4 1 2 2 1
Vukovich, lb 4 2 1 0 0
Herrnstein, cf 5 3 3 2 0
Sigman, rif 4 1 3 4 1
Snider c.5 1 1 0 0
Poloskey, p 4 1 1 0 0.
TOTALS 42 14 18 14 2
OHIO STATE AB R H RBI E
Shay, ss 5 02 1 0
Mizutani, if 4 1 1 f00
Cannavino, of 3 0 0 1 0
a Munster,cf 1 0)0 0 0
Howard, rf 5 0 2 0 0
Barkstall, 3b 2 2 1 C00
Steagalllb 4 0 2 2 0
Jonas, 2b 2 0 1 0 0
b Ripp, ph 1 0 0 0 0
Lidop, p 0 0 0 0 0
Unger, p 0 0 0 0 0
cConte, ph 1 0 0 0 0
Booth, c 5 1 2 0 0
Cisco, p 10 0 C00
d Davis, 2b 2 00 0 0
Dzingelski, p 0 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 36 4 11 4 0
a) popped out for Cannavino in
eighth.
b) struck out for Jonas in eighth.
c) struck out for Unger in ninth.
d) walked for Dzingelski in sixth.
MICHIGAN 101)207 013-14 18 2
OHIO STATE 011 010 010- 4 11 0
BIG TEN BASEBALL SCORES
Iowa 3, Wisconsin 1na
Michigan State 4, Indiana 2
Illinois at Purdue (rained out)
OTHER COLLEGE BASEBALL
Notre Dame 8, Ohio University 3
Missouri 16, Kansas 5
Iowa State,5, Nebraska 0
Miami (Ohio) 3, Toledo 0
Georgia 17, Kentucky 3

-Daily-Charles Curtiss
SEASONED SLUGGER-Al Sigman, Wolverine veteran right field-
er, who faced the possibility of being benched for yesterday's game
with Ohio State, because of poor hitting, came back with a
vengeance to lead Michigan at the plate with three hits and four
runs batted in.

Special to The Daily
PHILADELPHIA - Michigan,
one of the only two teams ever to
capture four major Penn Relay
titles in one year, will have its
work cut out today if they hope
to win one title.
As the 63rd annual Penn Relays
got underway here yesterday the
12 - man Wolverine contingent
could only manage a sixth place
in the distance medley, the only
final run, and a second place in
their preliminary heat to world
record holder Texas in the 880-yd.
relay.
Villanova College, which is con-
ceded a better than even chance
to capture three of the eight
coveted relay crowns in this grand-
daddy of all relay carnivals tucked
one of them away by capturing the
medley event.
Olympic 1500 meter gold medal-
ist Ron Delany anchored the win-
ning Wildcat squad in a race that
"wasn't even close.'"
The Wolverine team composed
of Robin Varian, Don Matheson,
Geert Keilstrup and Helmar Doll-
wet found themselves pocketed in

the middle of the 17-team race
early in the event and they
couldn't break away.
In the 880-yd. event, the Long-
horns captured the heat in 1:26.4
with the Michigan squad of Big
Ten 60-yd. dash titlist Jim Pace,
George Gluppe, Laird Sloan and
Dick Flodin four tenths of a second
farther back.
Given Winning Chance
Only one other Michigan team,
the four mile relay squad, is given
any kind of chance to win today.
This team made up of Dollwet,
Keilstrup, Chuck Morton and Jack
Green will find the going rough,
however, as Indiana, Syracuse, St.
John's and Manhattan promise
tough competition.
In the special individual events
yesterday two meet records were
shattered.
While the-relay events attracted
most of the Franklin Field specta-
tors yesterday, Olympic broard
jump winner Greg Bell of Indiana
received his share of attention by
smashing the meet record with a
leap of 26'11/2" to seriously threat-
en Jesse Owens world record of
26'81 2".
DES MOINES - The Drake Re-
lays got under way here yesterday
at rain soaked Drake Stadium with
Al Oerter Olympic discus winner
leading the hot University of Kan-
sas team with a first in his spe-
cialty.
Oerter's throw of 177' 10" was
well below his winning Olympic
throw of 184' 11" but it was plenty
good enough to win him the title
for the second year and shatter the
meet record.
The Jayhawks also took two out
of three of the opening day relays
as they won the University sprint
medley and the four mile relay.
Michigan's two entries in the
relays, Captain Dave Owen and
Ron Kramer, will both compete in
the shot-put today. Kramer will
also probably see action in the
high jump.

DETROIT 35th VICTIM:
Murphy Pleased with Tennis Squad

JIM PACE
...*part of relay squad
Resignation
Of Heyliger
Not Certain
The rumor that Vic Heyliger,
Michigan hockey coach for the.
past 13 seasons, has decided to
withdraw his resignation from his
coaching position has still not been
confirmed.
Word has it that Heyliger did
not submit his resignation to the
Athletic Board last Friday because
he is still considering dropping his
proposed business deal in Colorado
Springs, Colo., and continuing as
Michigan ice mentor.
Out of Town
Heyliger\was out of town yes-
terday, and}unavailable for com.
ment.
Athletic Director H. 0. "Fritz"
Crisler; who was surprised Thurs.
day evening when first Informed
of the rumor, was also unable to
be reached yesterday for further
comment.

SPORT SHORTS:
Blriggs Leaves Tigers;
Dissension Probable

By AL JONES
Michigan tennis coach Bill Mur-
phy is very pleased with the way
his squad is shaping up so far this
season.
Of course, he has good reason
to be pleased, since the Michigan
netters have been able to extend
their three-season victory string
to cover 35 consecutive dual-
matches
Many of the victories this spring
have been acquired without the
services of the top player, Barry
MacKay, who has been busy com-
peting in various amateur tourna-
ments across the country.
The latest Wolverine win, over
Savitt Faces
Flam Today;
MacKay Out
HOUSTON, Tex. (P)-Dick Sav-
itt, winner over Michigan's Barry
MacKay Thursday in quarterfinal
action of the annual River Oaks
tennis tournament, will oppose
top-seeded Herb Flam today in a
semifinal match.
Savitt was able to defeat Mac-
Kay 6-4, 6-3, and 6-2 with his
deep and powerful ground strokes,
while the Wolverine senior found
his usual game of smashes inade-
quate.
Moves into Quarterfinals
MacKay had moved into the
quarterfinals after his defeat of
Don Candy on Wednesday. He will
return to Ann Arbor to rejoin
the Michigan tennis squad for the
remainder of the collegiate net
season now.
In other quarterfinal action yes-
terday, Vic Seixas downed Bill
Bartzen, 6-1, 6-3, and 7-5, to
move into the semifinals today
against Mervyn Rose of Australia.
Rose edged past Bill Quillian,
6-1, 9-7, and 8-6, yesterday in the
other quarterfinal match.
Seeks Crown
Savitt, former U.S. indoor and
Canadian champion will be seek-
ing to recapture the River Oaks
crown which he won in 1954.
Flam, who had to go four sets
to put down the University of Tex-
as' Sammy Giammalva, 5-7, 8-6,
6-2, and 6-4, Thursday, as favored
to win the tournament, but should
be hard-pressed by Savitt. Seixas
and Rose willalso meet today, with
the finals following tomorrow af-
ternoon.
SPORTS

Detroit University on Thursday, planning challenge matches as
found Murphy's squad missing soon as the weather permits, eith-
both MacKay and Mark Jaffe, er today or early next week, to de-
the team's number three man. termine what his line-up will be
Nevertheless, the dauntless net- for the Western match.
ters romped to a 9-0 victory, a MacKay and Jaffe will be back
score that seems to be quite com- with the team, and this will mean
mon to them in the past few sea- that two of the players that were
sons. in the Detroit match will become
All of the Wolverines looked alternates during the Conference
great in the win over Detroit, with season.
only George Korol having trouble MacKay is 'practically assured
in singles play, while Dale Jen- of first position unless a miracle
sen and John Harris were slightly should occur in challenges. Potter
pressed in their doubles match, has been playing second, with
To show the ease with which Jaffe third, and this arrangement
the Wolverines suppressed the Ti- will probably remain constant.
tans, it can be pointed out that Playing Well
the Detroiters won only one set The chances are that Jensen
in the entire match, and won more Harris and Jon Erickson will fill
than 2 games in only four other in the fourth, fifth and sixth po-
matches. sitions next week. All three of
Thanks to the great balance them have been playing very well
that Murphy is blessed with, such this season, and they looked ex-
lop-sided scores have been quite tremely good against Detroit.
common in all of Michigan's These six-perhaps with the ad-
matches. dition of Korol or Dick Cohen, the
Face Western Michigan other two who played against De-
Next week the netters will face troit - should form a team that
Western Michigan on Thursday, will again be the unbeatable pow-
and will then move into their er of the Big Ten, and easily re-
Conference schedule. Murphy is peat as Conference champions.
Delts, Kappa Si s Gain
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DETROIT OP) - Walter O.
(Spike) Briggs quit yesterday as
executive vice president, general
manager and as a director of the
Detroit Baseball Co., ending an
era in the history of the American
League Tigers.
A front office squabble resulted
in his resignation. And for the
first time since his late father,
Walter O. Briggs Sr., bought into
the club in 1920 there is no Briggs
in the management. No successor
was named immediately.
Only Thursday the 45-yr.-old
Briggs was quoted as saying new
owners' who acquired the Tigers
from his father's estate for 5/ 2
million d o 11 a r s last summer
"aren't going to give me any trou-
ble - I'll walk out first."
When it was published, Briggs
denied the quote.
But Friday he resigned. His ac-

tion followed by a week the re= ig-
nation of Fred Knorr, who had
headed an 11-member syndicate
of new owners, as president. Knorr
said pressure of his radio and
television business required more
time.
Later, speaking haltingly and
with obvious emotion, Briggs was
near tears as he recalled joining
the Tigers 21syears ago last March
1 as secretary and assistant treas-
urer.
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Robbins, Campbell Win
PINEHURST, N. C. (R)-Hill-
man Robbins, the defending
champion, and Bill Campbell,
winner twice since 1950, yesterday
gained the finals of the North and
South Amateur Golf tournament.
Robbins won four of the first
six holes as he scored a 4 and 3
semifinals victory over Dr. Bud
Taylor of Pomona, Calif. Camp-
bell putted his way to a 3 and 2
conquest of Bill Hyndman of Ab-
ington, Pa.
Robbins defeated Campbell, 3
and 1, in the quarterfinals last
year.
Campbell was two under par. He
entered the match eight over par
for four earlier match play vic-
tories this week, compared with
Hyndman's record of six under.

Scores of the "B" softball games
played yesterday at Ferry Field
were almost as lopsided as the big
16-inch ball. Along with the "B"
games were a number of "A" soft-
ball games.
It was a song for Delta Tau Delta
as they whitewashed Phi Kappa
Tau, 22-1, in a "B" contest. Sup-
plying the big guns for the Dclts
was John Sealby with a home run
and two singles in as many times
to the plate. The Delts get off to a
good start scoring 13 times in the
first inning.
Cross Plate 45 Times
Kappa Sigma and Delta Upsilon
together crossed the plate 45 times'
in less than an hour. But the Kap-
pa Sigs were way out in front at
the end, 29716. Chuck Miel had five
hits and the pitcher, John Pasquill,'
had four.

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Delta Upsilon, trying to close
the gap, scored seven runs which
were far from being enough.
Lambda Chi had no trouble
beating Theta Chi 17-2. Fred Mow-
rey led the way having four for
four. In the other "B" game, Sig-
ma Alpha Mu ran past Phi Delta
Theta. 16-10.
In "A" softball gamles, Jockeys
topped Medsox, 11-3. John Green-
wood pitched and hit his team to
victory. He homered and struck
out nine of his opponents.
In other ball games yes terday
PDT beat Chi Phi, 9-3; Geology
lost to Bacty, 11-4; Natural Sci-
ence and Pharmacology played a
very close contest with Natural
Science winning, 8-7; the Hornets
beat Phi Alpha Delta, 10-2.
Double A's won by forfeit over
Kappa Alpha Sigma.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Milwaukee 7 1 .875 -
Brooklyn 6 2 .750 1
Philadelphia 4 4 .500 3
Cincinnati 4 5 .444 3%
New York 4 5 .444 31J
Chicago 3 5 .375 4
Pittsburgh 3 6 .333 4Y/
St. Louis 2 5 .286 4 f2
Yesterday's Scores
Philadelphia 5, New York 0
Pittsburgh 7, Brooklyn 1
Milwaukee 9, Cincinnati 2 (night)
St. Louis at Chicago, postponed, rain
Today's Games
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh
New York at Philadelphia
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (night)
St. Louis at Chicago

AMERICAN LEAGUE
WV L Pct. GB
Chicago 6 1 .857 -
Boston 6 3 .667 1
New York 5 3 .625 11
Kansas City 5 5 .500 21
Baltimore 4 5 .444 3
Cleveland 3 5 .375 3
Detroit 3 6 .333 4
Washington 3 7 .300 43
Yesterday's Scores
Detroit 5, Cleveland 0 (night)
Boston 6, New York 2
Baltimore 4, Washington 3 (night)
Chicago 4, Kansas City 3 (night)
Today's Games
Detroit at Cleveland
Boston at New York
Chicago at Kansas City (night)
Washington at Baltimore

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