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TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Mound Problem
Worries Fisher

LONE FIRST BY OWEN

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Trackmen Look Good, But Lose

By RUDE DIFAZIO
Pitching still worries baseball
coach Ray Fisher.
Sitting in the stands behind the
visiting team dugout before start-
ing an inter-squad game yester-
day, Fisher seemed surprised, and
happy over his team's sweep of
the three game weekend series
with Ohio State and Indiana, but
he was dutious.
Team Hits
Leaning back and relaxing with
the mid-week *contentment that
comes to a coach who is leading
the Conference, Fisher; who is
noted for his pessimism, made one
of his noted understatements.
"They were really hitting."
"But I have got to do something
about the pitchers," he said "I am
going to give Bruce (Fox) a chance
Big Ten Averages

to throw a little today and see if
his arm is all right."
"The batters can't be expected
to hit every pitcher." As he sees
it, one of the Conference's better
hurleis will catch up with his bat-
ters sometime in the season.
The pitcher that does stop the
Wolverine's will have to be good.

By STEVE SALZMAN
Once again Michigan's track
team came through with a spar-
kling performance only to have it
ruined as opposing teams ran just
a bit faster at the Penn Relays
this past weekend.
The only first place that the
Wolverines achieved over the
weekend was in the shot put at
the Drake Relays. Captain Dave
Owen tossed the 16-lb. ball 57' 51/"
to completely out class the field
and break the meet record.
This represented the best out-
door throw this year for Owen,
and Coach Don Canham has stat-
ed that it seems that Owen will
soon duplicate his indoor feats.
At Penn the 880-yd. relay team
of Jim Pace, George Gluppe, Laird
Major Leag

Sloan and Dick Flodin combined
to turn in the second best time in
Michigan history, 1:26.2, placing
third just behind Indiana. Can-
ham has stated that this team is
one of the best 880 relay squads
that he has coached at Michigan,
and he is hoping to see some spec-
tacular work from them in the
future.
The mile relay squad which had
turned in a very fine time in the
Ohio Relays got jammed in the
pack in the beginning of the 13
team event and Don Matheson was
jarred loose from the baton, put-
ting the team out of contention.
Besides Owen's first place in the
Drake Relays, Brendan O'Reilly
placed second in the high jump
reaching the height of 6'6".
te Standings

BERT KATZENMEYER
.E.. concern for future

BRUCE FOX
... chance to throw

Katzenneyer Concerned
,Over Linksters' Future

By DAVE N. LYON
Michigan's golf team returned
to Ann Arbor Saturday night
bearing the sting of defeat and a
wary eye toward the future.
The squad suffered a poor third
place finish in a four way dual
meet the previous afternoon and
Coach Burt Katzenmeyer express-
ed much concern for the future.
He stressed the fact that if the
squad is to constitute a challenge
to the Big Ten Championship, they
must soon reach their expected
potential.
Purdue Presents Problem
Of the two teams that defeated
the Wolverines on Saturday, Pur-
due should give Michigan more
difficulty in the future than Ohio
State, as Coach Katzenmeyer is
certain that the Buckeyes had an
advantage playing on their home
course.
Purdue's good showing was anti-
cipated, as their team consisted of
four seniors including Joe Camp-
bell, last year's Big Ten chamion
Michigan golfers, Skip Mac-
Michael, usually a standout, and
sophomore John Law, who did
well in previous meets, were dis-
appointing at Columbus.
Katzenmeyer is certain that
each man was far off his usual
game, and that Mac Michael, who
has played the course at O. S. U.
at least ten times previously,
should have been at least ten
strokes below the 165 he shot last
weekend.
With a look to the future, Michi-
gan's golfers will be thinking of
next Saturday at Lafayette, the
Strauss Beats
Reeves, 13-2,
In I-M Softball
Frank Balle has proven that
Strauss must definitely be con-
sidered the team to beat for the
residence halls A softball cham-
pionship, as he pitched his team
to a 13-2 victory over Reeves at
Ferry Field yesterday.
Bale, struck out the side in the
three innings that the game lasted.
He gave up only one hit as he
blazed his way to victory.
Huber's Don Lull twirled a four
inning no-hitter against Wenley
winning 7-1. Lull fanned seven in
the abbreviated game, The power
for the victory came off the bats
of Ed Hammond and Steve Find-
ley, as each blasted home runs for
the winning team.
Anderson broke loose for three
runs in the fourth inning to break
a 4-4 tie and win the ball game,
7-4.
In other games Adams edged
Scott, 4-3, Williams blasted Hins-
dale, 15-5, Van Tyne out scored
Hayden, 9-8, Anderson swamped
Rumsey, 7-4, Gomberg ripped
Michigan, 9-6 and Chicago clob-
biered Greene 15-0.
In fraternity B ball games, Phi
Gamma Delta' slashed Beta Theta
Pi, 25-18, Sig Phi Epsilon belted
Alph Epsilon Pi, 15-11, Alph Tau
Omega blasted Chi Phi, 15-2, Sig-
ma Chi slammed Sigma Nu, 15-7;
and Phi Sigma Delta slaughtered
Tau Delta Phi, 17-0.

scene of a rematch between Pur-
due, Ohio State and themselves.
The point to remember is that
the three teams who meet at Pur-
due next Saturday are the ones
who are expected to vie for the
championship in May and the out-
come of this affair may be an in-
dication of things to come. For
this reason Katzenmeyer is hoping
that the squad will play to their
fullest capibilities next weekend.
John Schubeck, who along with
captain Steve Uzelac shot the low
scores last Saturday, will not make
the trip to Purdue. Schubeck must
remain in Ann Arbor for academic
reasons and will be replaced on the
trip by Sophomore Pat Keefe, who
although he has had no Big Ten
experience, has looked promising
during practice.
Consistency among the front
rank of players is the squad's
main problem at present, and until
this is achieved, if ever, Coach
Katzenmeyer will remain uneasy.

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THREE GAMES
AB R H RE
ckey 4 1 3 1
errnstein 13 6 8 3
rardin 4 0 2 0
pros 13 2 5 6
gnoan 11 2 5 5
yers 16 3 6 4
x 15 4 5 2
ppery 12 3 4 2
ider 9 2 3 3 3
iloskey 4 1 1 0
ikovich 11 4 1 0 9
utchings 1 0 0 0 0
ark 1 0 0 0 0
tals 112 28 43 26
Two Base hits: Bo

BI Avg.
1 . .750
3 .615
0 .560
6 .484
5 .454
4 .375
2 .333
2 .333
3 .333
0 .250
0 .090
0 ..000
0 .000
6 .384
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Average Impressive
The team has a batting average
of .384 after the three weekend
conference games. Of the 43 hits
the 'M' batters knocked out 15
went for extra-bases. Included
were six doubles, two triples, and,
seven homeruns.
John Herrnstein is the leading
hitter among the regulars withl
.615 including two; home runs.
When Herrnstein's name is
mentioned it brings a sparkle to
Fisher's matured eyes. "He is bet-
ter now than Dike Wakefield was
when he was a sophomore.
"Wakefield was the best playerj
Michigan has had since I have
been here (37 years). Herrnstein
can hit better than Wakefield
could as a sophomore, he is as
fast, more. agile, and if he can
correct a couple faults this year,
next year he will be a real good
pitcher."
Great Bunch
It's those pitching faults that
causes him to get a sore arm, he
is not throwing enough with his
wrists," says Fisher.
Speaking of his team, Fisher
said, "They are a great bunch of
boys. After a hard game in Colum-
bus and a long bus trip, we got
into Bloomington 1:30 (a.m.), and
our accommodations were not the
best."
"And yet, I didn't hear a word
of grumbling from the boys, and
believe me they would have been
justified to complain."
Returning to the pitchers Fisher
marveled at the strength of Glenn
Giradin. "The little fellow has got
a strong arm, he just throws and
throws, he could pitch all day."
Girardin in winning both ends
of the Indiana doubleheader gave
up one run and ten hits in 11
innings.

DAVE OWEN
... another first
Nvettersa To Vi e
For Positions
Barry MacKay at first singles
is the only Wolverine netter who
is sure of his position come this
weekend's meets.
The other seven positions will
be filled through challenges which
will be held on the Varsity Tennis
Courts at 3:00 p.m. tomorrow aft-
ernoon.
Mark Jaffe and Dick Potter will
battle for second singles, while
Dale Jensen, John Harris, and
Jon Erickson will fight for fourth.
George Korol and Dick Cohen will
play for the seventh spot.

OReilly, who consistently reaches
this height looked good and Can-
ham hopes to see him better this
height before the season ends.
This weekend Michigan will
enter into a triangular meet at
Milwaukee Wis. against Western
Michigan,.and Marquette.
In this meet Western Michigan's
Olympic entry Ira Murchison will
make an appearance.in the 100-y.
dash against Michigan's Big Ten
60-yd. dash titlest, Jim Pace.
Pace looked very sharp and he
will give Murchison a terrific bat-
tle this weekend.
'M' Gridders
In Bad Need
Of Managers
Coach Bennie Oosterbgan has
issued an urgent request for stu-
dent football managers for the
varsity squad.
Any Freshmen or first semes-
ter Sophomores who are inter-
ested in filling these important
posts should contact Lynn Evans
at Ferry Field on any week day,
except Friday, from 3:30-5 p.m.,
or if this is inconvenient, call
Evans at 3-0521, Extension 349.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet.
Milwaukee 9 1 .900
Brooklyn 7 3 .700
Philadelphia 5 5 .500
New York 5 6 .455
St. Louis 4 5 .444
Cincinnati 4 7 .364
Pittsburgh 4 7 .364
Chicago 3 7 .300
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
No games scheduled.
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Brooklyn
Milwaukee at New York
Cincinnatai at Philadelphia
St. Louis at Pittsburgh

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
Chicago 7 2 .779
Boston 7 4 .636
New York 6 4 .600
Baltimore 6 6 .500
Kansas City 6 6 .500
Cleveland 5 6 .455
Detroit 4 8 .333
Washington 4 9 .308
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
No games scheduled.
TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at Chicago
Boston at Kansas City
New York at Detroit
Washington at Cleveland

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Myers, Tippery, Snider, Polos-
key.
Three Base hits: Fox, Sig-
man.
Home Runs: Herrnstein 2,
Myers, Boros, Tippery, Fox,
Snider.
Stolen bases: Fox, Sigman,
Snider.
Strike Outs: Myers 4, Tip-
pery, Herrnstein, Snider 3; Fox,
Boros, Vukovich, Sigman, Polos-
key 2.
Bases on Balls: Vukovich 3,
Tippery 2, Boros, Poloskey, Gir-
ardin.

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loskey 1 0 9 10 3
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