THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY MAY 17,19.5W
SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY MAY 17, 19~7
kt the Sixth Annual South
adrangle Athletic Banquet,
mberg House won its fifth con-
utive I-M All-Year Residence
11 Championship Trophy.
Iomberg also received its sixth
isecutive Slater trophy, given
the house with the best athlet-
proficiency in South Quad.
'he trophies were presented by
J Residence Hall Director Rod
ambeau and Mr. O'Brien, the
nager of Slater's. Swimming
ich Gus Stager was guest
aker. I-M Director Earl Riskey
sented Ron Bernas of Huber
use with the best South Quad
ilete of the year award.
Major League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB W L Pet. GB
hicago 16 7 .696 - Cincinnati 18 8 .692 -
w York 16 8 .667 1/ Milwaukee 17 9 .654 1
eveland 15 9 .625 11% Brooklyn 15 10 .600 21/
ston 14 13 .519 4 Philadelphia 14 12 .538 4
troit 13 14 .481 5 St. Louis 13 12 .520 4!/2
ansas City 12 15 .444 6 New York 11 16 .407 71/2
Itimore 9 15 .375 71/ Pittsburgh 8 18 .308 10
'ashington 7 21 .250 111/2 Chicago 7 18 .280 10Y/2
Yesterday's Scores Yesterday's Scores
New York 3, Kansas City 0 Cincinnati 3, New York 2 (10 innings)
Chicago 8, Washington 3 Pittsburgh 2, Milwaukee 1
Cleveland 4, Baltimore 3 Brooklyn 3, Chicago 2
Detroit 2, Boston 1 St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 0
Today's Games Today's Games
Cleveland at Washington (N) Philadelphia at St. Louis (N)
Chicago at Baltimore (N) Brooklyn at Chicago
Detroit at New York (N) New York at Cincinnati (N)
Kansas City at Boston (N) Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (N)
ne Opens C
Face Minnesota Today,
Battle Iowa Tomorrow
By RUDE DIFAZIO
The weekend of reckoning is
upon the Michigan baseball team.
Today the second place Wolver-
ines meet fifth place Minnesota
and tomorrow they face first-place
Iowa in a doubleheader. All games
are at Ferry Field.
Jim Clark, the probable starting
pitcher for Michigan today, will
face the Gophers with what could'
be a aecided advantage.
He had the opportunity to get a'
line on two of the Gopher batters'
while pitching amateur ball last
summer in South Dakota.
Whether Clark can leaf through
the pages of his mental book and
... calls on experience
MSU, Detroit To Provide
Linksters with Competition
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By AL JONES
Some big questions will be an-;
swered tomorrow for Michigan's
golf coach Bert Katzenmeyer.
The Wolverines will face Michi-
gan State and Detroit in Detroit1
in an all-day 36-hole match on the
Detroit home course.-
Victories Over Each
Both of these teams have met
Michigan previously, with the
Wolverines holding a victory over
the Titans, while having split withj
In the first home meet of the1
season for Michigan they edged
the Detrcit outfit, 9112-81/2sin an
18-hole meet that was marked by
erratic play on both sides.
Last weekend the Wolverines
encountered the Spartans for the
first time, and swamped them
along with Purdue and Ohio State
in Michigan's best showing of the
However, the tables were turned
Monday when the MSU linksters;
came up with come fantastic golf
at East Lansing to gain revenge
Judging from these previous
matches, anything could happen
tomorrow. All three teams have
shown the potential to beat either
of the other two.
Michigan has a balanced team
that has shot team totals in the
920's twice, one good enough to
beat the Spattans, the other en-
In East Lansing Monday, the
Michigan Stat+ golfers shot an
unbelievable team total of 884. If
they are able to accomplish this
again tomorrow they should have
no trouble winning. .
. Katzeumeyer Unsure
Katzenmeyer isn't sut e of his
lineup for tomorrow's meet. He
will use John Schubeck, Capt.
Steve Uzelac, Fred Micklow, Stan
Kwasiborski and John Law for
sure, but is undecided about his
sixth man. He is considering either
sophomore Pat Keefe or Skip
This meet should be a good indi-
cation of the progress that Katz-
enmeyer is hoping for between now
and the Conference meet next
weekend. It will also answer his
queries about the surprising Spar-
recall the hitting weaknesses of
John McCarten, Gopher third
baseman, and Doug Gillen, Min-
nesota first sacker, is a question
that will not be answered until
he takes the mound today.
Coach Ray Fisher has taken a
wait-and-see attitude. Implying
that familiarity works both ways
he said, "It could hurt him (Clark)
Reminded that Wisconsin pitch-
er Jerry Ahel seemed to have an
advantage over his own Wolver-
ines because he had faced some of
their heavy hitters during the
summer, Fisher quickly replied,
"Btordinarily four 'runs would
have been enough to beat him, He
knew how to use what he did have,
but he didn't have much speed."
Minnesota comes to town with a
strong pitching trio of All-Ameri-
can Jerry Thomas, Dick Siebert,
son of the Gopher coach, and 6'4',
220-lbs. Art Renteria.
Thomas Expected Starter
Fisher expects Thomas to start
for the Gophers. The leading hitter
is Max Schmitt at .375 followed
by Gillen with .333 including two
McCartan, hampered by an early
season injury, is slowly returning
to his 1956 form when he was
named All-Conference third base-
man, leading the league with six
home runs and setting a record
of three home runs in one game.
Iowa, Saturday, can be described
in two words, "Don Dobrino." The
right hander is expected to start
today at Michigan State and
though he has never started two
days in a row this season it ap-
pears likely that he will this week-
Sure To Relieve
If he doesn't he undoubtedly
will relieve unless the Wolverines
are handcuffed for the second
The leading hitter for Iowa is
first baseman Les Zanotti with
.381 on seven singles and a home
Iowa is a light-hitting club with
only seven extra-base hits in six
games. While Michigan has 27
extra-base hits in eight games.
But Iowa is second to the Wol-
verines in team batting with .278.
An insight to the Iowa style of
play is given by the fact that they
have advanced a runner 13times
on sacrifice bunts as compared to
GOPHER POWER-Jack McCarten, Minnesota third baseman,
can provide Michigan hurlers with plenty of trouble today if he
is anywhere near his 1956 peak. Last year he led the Conference
with six home runs, including three in one game.
ENDS DUAL MEET PLAY:
T'ennis Squad To Meet
Indiana Today, Mlini Next
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By PAUL BORMAN
Michigan's tennis team, boast-
ing a 41 match winning streak, left
for Bloomington and Champaign
yesterday where it will conclude
its Big Ten dual meet season.
The Wolverines face Indiana
today and Illinois tomorrow. Aft-
er these two contests they will re-
turn to Ann Arbor where they
will get ready for the Big Ten
Meet in Evanston starting May 23.
Coach Bill Murphy and his de-
fending Big Ten champions, how-
ever, aren't concerned with the
Conference meet right now. In-
stead they are concentrating on
today's and tomorrow's meets
which are undoubtedly the tough-
est of their short season.
Today's meet with Indiana will
pit the Wolverines against a squad
with an 11-1 record and two out-
standing singles players.
At first singles is Gerry Par-
chute, a junior from Hamtramck,
Michigan. His game features
powerful shots and he should
give MacKay some good competi-
Playing second singles for the
Hoosiers is Captain Elam Huddles-
ton. He won both the Big Ten fifth
singles and second doubles cham-
pionships last year and will pro-
vide Mark Jaffe with the first
top opposition that /he has, had
Going to Champaign for Sat-
urday's meet with Illinois will not
take any pressure off the team.
The Illini boast a 14-1 record
which includes a win over Con-
ference powerhouse Iowa and a
9-0 shutout over Michigan State.
Carl Noble once again will face
MacKay at first singles. MacKay
won last year, but Noble has
shown marked improvement and
will not be an easy victim.
The Illini also boast much
strenigth where it is needed - in
the second half of their lineup.
Since a win at sixth singles counts
as much as one at first singles, if
the Illini can break through
Michigan's secondary they could
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