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THE MOHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MAY 12, 1957

TH ICIAN AL UDY A 21

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;olfers

leuscher

Down Tree Te
Purduie,OSU, MSU Fall
To Wolverine Linksters
{ ~By AL JONES ,"
18, while Kwasigorski came in with
Michigan's golf team proved yes- a 73 on the second round.
; , terday that it is a top contender '

ms;

Netters

Smash

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Netmen Top Buckeyes
For 40th StraightWin

oSU

Gets Morton
Grid Prize
Chuck Teuscher, a freshman end
candidate from Aurora, Ill. was
awarded the Meyer W. Morton
trophy as the'most valuable play-
er in the Wolverines' spring foot-
ball practice.
The highly touted flanker was
selected by Coach Bennie Ooster-
baan and his staff.
I'Teuscher succeeds John Herrn-j
stein and Bob Ptacek who were co-
holders of this coveted award last
year.
Tlie talented freshman stands
at 6'1" and weighs 190 lbs.
Along with Teuscher, Oosterbaan'
also had praise for freshman Fred
Julian who has been performing
well at the right halfback slot.

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CHUCK TEUSCHER
... receives Morton Trophy

TABAR presents

ISRAELI DANCING
AND\ SONG
in honor of Israel's ninth Independence Day
League Ballroom

for the Conference title as it
brushed aside Purdue, Ohio State
and Michigan State on the Wol-
verine's course.*
Both Purdue and Ohio State had
beaten Michigan in two previous
matches at Columbus and Lafay-
ette, and the Boilermakers were
conceeded an inside road to repeat
as Big Ten champions.
Yesterday, however, ,oily two
of the Purdue golfers could shoot
in the same league with Michigan
and Ohio State.
Tie After Eighteen
At the end of the first 18 holes,
the Wolverines and Buckeyes were
tied at 9-9, while Purdue had
fallen behind Michigan, 13-5, andl
behind Ohio State, 12%-5/2.
From there on out it was a
battle between the Wolverines and
Buckeyes, with Michigan finally
winning, 20-15. Purdue came up on
the second 18 holes, but succumbed
to Michigan, 221/2-131/2, and to
Ohio State, 201/-151/.
The defending champions were
able to salvage only a win from
Michigan State, who was com-
pletely out of the running. The
Spartans fell to Michigan, 241/2~-
111/2, to Ohio State, 27-9, and to
Purdue, 261/-91/..
Meet Spartans Monday
The Wolverines will give the
Spartans a return match Monday,
at East Lansing, and will meet
them again next Saturday along
with the University of Detroit at
Detroit.
Medalist honors for the day
were claimed by Jean Gardi of
Ohio State, who tacked together
two fine rounds of 73 and 74, for
a 147 total
He was'closely followed by
Michigan Captain Steve Uzelac,
and Conference champion from
last year Joe Campbell of Purdue.
They both carded 150's, Uzelac
shooting a 76 and 74, and Camp-
bell getting the same in reverse.
Two Wolverines Follow
The next two best scores be-
longed to two Wolverines, Fred
Micklow and Stan Kwasigorski.
Micklow shot a fine 72on the front
Ca 1 fPru

Michigan's first

Schubeck also had a fine round,
getting a 79 and a 74 for 153. With
these scores he was able to split
the six points of his match with
Campbell.
Uzelac was the top point winner
for Michigan, as he swept six
points from his Purdue and Michi-
gah State men, and took 4% from
Ohio State's Fritz Schmidt.
Sophs Add Points
f John Law and Pat Keefe, two
Michigan sophomores, filled out
the Wolverine lineup. Law shot a
158, carding a 76 and an 82. The
76 gained him valuable points from
all three of his opponents.
Keefe started slow with a 47 on
the first nine, but then added a
41, 38 and 42 for a total of 168.
His final nine sealed the close
Ohio State match as he took two
of the three points from his op-
ponent, Jim Ross, on the last 18.
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer of the
Wolverines can be pleased with the
improvement of his team over past
performances. They had great
balance yesterday,,.much the same
as Purdue has had in previous
meets. If the team continues to
improve, they should be tough
when the Conference meet comes
at Iowa City on May 25 and 25.
Sweet Revenge
MICHIGAN - 921
John Schubeck 79-74-153; Steve
Uizelac 76-74-150; Fred Micklow 72-
79-151; Stan Kwasiborski 79-73-151;
John Law 76-82-158; Pat Keefe 88-
80-168.
OHIO STATE-934
Ted K a t u 1 a 79-76-155; Fritz
Schmidt 76-77-153; Frank Carr 78-76
-154; Jean Gardi 73-74--147; Bill
Muldoon 85-80-165; Jim Ross 76-84
--160.
PURDUE-943
Joe Campbell 74-76-150; Bill Red-
ding 81-80-161; Tom Shafer 81-72
-153; Harley Drake 82-80-162; Pete
Beardsley 81-77-158; Don Granger
80-79-159.
MICHIGAN STATE-973
Jim Sullivan 81-86-167; Arlin Dell
83-79-162; Ken Rodewald 82-78-160;
George Waklusky 85-79-164; Bob No-
dus 79-79-458; Otto Schubel 82-80--
162.

man, John

IN LAST SCRIMMAGE:
'Varsity' Gridders Surprised by Whites,,
But Use Extra Period to 'Win', 31-25

By CARL RISEMAN
Michigan's tennis squad swept
past Ohio State, 7-2, at the Var-
sity tennis courts yesterday despite
the absence of Mark Jaffe and
Captain Dick Potter.
Coach William Murphy pulled
Jaffe and Potter, his second and
third singles players, respectively,
from the meet to let them rest up
for tomorrow's Michigan State
meet at East Lansing.
Although the two stars viewed
the match from the sidelines, the
Wolverines were able to muster
enough strength to roll to their
40th straight victory.
MacKay Leads Trouncing
Barry MacKay's smashing 6-0,
6-1 victory over Larry Biederman
in the first singles match started
off an afternoon of total frustra-

STEVE UZELAC JOHN HARRIS
... 'M' medalist ... moves up, wins

tion for the undermanned Ohio
State team.
Jon Erickson moved up from his
usual fourth singles spot to second
singles in the absence of Jaffe
and Potter. The lanky sophomore
easily overwhelmed OSU's Bob
Bothwell, 6-2, 6-2.
John Harris moved up to third
singles and skillfully defeated Bob,
Tschantz, 6-0, 6-1, on the rain-
dampened courts.
Fourth, Fifth Singles Win
Dale Jensen topped Hans Polte,
6-2, 6-3, and George Korol beat
Bill Cummings, 6-1, 6-3, in the
fourth and fifth singles, respec-
tively.
Korol, the team's regular first
alternate, displayed a steady game
which gradually wore his opponent
down.
Dick Cohen suffered Michigan's
only defeat in the singles competi-
tion, losing to OSU's sixth singles
player, Bill Wadsworth, 7-5, 6-1,
MacKay, Erickson Adjust, Win
MacKay and Erickson defeated
Biederman and Bothwell in the
first doubles, 6-3, 6-1. The Wol-
'verine netters, playing together in
a meet for the first time this year,
had some trouble in adjusting to
the other's type of play. Several
shots got through the Michigan de-
fense as a result of this difficulty,
However, by the second set, 'the
Wolverines were clicking as a team
and easily whipped their oppon-
ents.
Harris-Jensen Triumph
Harris and Jensen downed Tsc-
hantzdand Polte, 6-3, 6-2, in the
second doubles.
The Buckeyes picked up their
second win of the meet in the third
doubles when Cumming and
Wadsworth downed Michigan's
Korol and Cohen, 6-3, 6-4.
Yesterday's was the last home
meet for the defending Big Ten
Champions. After Monday's meet
with MSU Coach Murphy and the
squad will go on a road trip.
On Friday they will face Indiana
and then go to Chaampaign to face
Illinois the following day, Coach
Murphy claims that if the squad
suffers a letup one of these two
dark-horses might give them a
beating.

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SUNDAY, MAY 12 -8:00 P.M.
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By JIM BAAD
The 'lowly' White Shirts turned
the tables on the blue-shirted
'Varsity' in the annual spring foot-
ball scrimmage at the Stadium
yesterday, winning handily, 25-12,
at the end of regulation time.
The game continued, however,
until the Blue Shirts had reversed
Major League
Leaders
(Based on 50 at bats)
(Not including Saturday night's game)
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Player and Club G AB R H Pct.
Simpson, Kansas City 23 88 15 32 .364
Williams, Boston 17 61 17 27 .443
Bertoia, Detroit 22 75 7 27 .360
Wertz, Cleveland 20 68 10 24 .353
Demaestri, Kan. City 21 54 9 19 .352
Home Runs

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Williams, Boston
Sievers, Washington
Runs Batted In
Sievers, Washington
Simpson, Kansas City
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player and Club G AB R HI
Hoak, Cincinnati 21 68 12 27
Musial, St. Louis 20 84 12 33
Robinson, Cincinnati 19 81 17 30
Aaron, Milwaukee 21 95 23 35
Bowman, Phil. 22 76 14 27
Home Runs
Aaron, Milwaukee
Moon, St. Louis
Runs-Batted In
Hoak, Cincinnati
Aaron, Milwaukee

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the outcome somewhere in an
overtime fifth quarter. If one
wants to count this, the final score
was 31-25.
Whites Overcome Deficit
Approximately 3,000 fans scat-
tered around the stands saw the
Whites score three times in the
fourth quarter to overcome a six
point deficit.
Quarterback David Brown, who
handled the Whites' smoothly
when he was in the game, tied
the scrimmage up with a 50-yd.
touchdown gallop from a keeper
play. Steve Zervas converted to
put the underdogs ahead to stay.
Brown's play drew special com-
ment from coach Bennie Ooster-
baan after the workout.
McCoy, Haller Score
The other two fourth quarter
White Shirt touchdowns were
scored by Ernie McCoy and Dave
Haller. McCoy's was a one yard
scamper, set up by aroughing the
passer penalty. Haller scored on
a nicely worked trap play from
den yards out.
Other White Shirts who dis-
tinguished themselves were Jim
Sytek, John Batsakes, and Dick
Ketteman. Quarterback Sytek and
end Ketteman teamed up to break
the scoring ice in the second stanza
after a scoreless first quarter. Two
successive pass plays covering 35
and 15 yards did the trick.
Batsakes Runs Well
Batsakes, although he didn't
score, covered a lot of yardage
for the victors, showing both speed
and determined 'drive..
The Blue team didn't actually
come alive until the fifth quarter
when they ripped through the
already satisfied Whites for three
quick touchdowns.
Varsity Loses Possession
In regulation time, however, the
'Varsity' just couldn't get going.
Several times what appeared to be

touchdown marches were inter-
rupted by fumbles, and' often the
ball was lost on downs.
Darrell Harper appeared to be
the Blues most effective runner,
as he slashed his way through
tacklers for several long gains.
Gary Prahst made a nice catch of
a John Spidel pass for a 26-yd.
touchdown play early in the fourth
quarter to put the Blues briefly
ahead for the only time during the
regulation contest.
Blues Unspectacular
Aside from this, not much the
Blues did could be singled out.
Freshman quarterback Stan Nos-
kin uncorked his passing arm after
the game was 'over' and started the
Blue team return with a 35-yd.
toss to end Dave Bowers.
All in all the scrimmage was
fairly Well played considering the
great lack of experience on the
field. Oosterbaan warned before
the contest that play might not be
too smooth for this reason, and
the fumbles, wobbly passes,. and,
in spots, shoddy ball handling bore
him out.

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Monday, May 13
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Friday, May 17
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