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J TUESDAY, MAY Z1,' 1957

THE -MICHIGAN DAILY

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M'Nine Sqi
Wolverines Down Gophers,
Hawkeyes in Crucial Series

veezes into Big

Ten Lead

Top Performances Fall Short As OSU
Hands Michigan Thinclads Second Defeat

Grid Hopefuls
Meet May 23
A meeting for 1957 varsity foot-
ball candidates has been scheduled
for the athletic administration
building -- downstairs-Thursday,
May 23, at 3:30 pm.
Movies of the spring game will
be shown, and the procedure for
next fall will be discussed.

By FRED KATZ
Pointing to Michigan's Big Ten
record as conclusive, Ray Fisher
said, "Any time we haven't made
seven runs we haven't won.
After hearing Fisher speak, a
listener would never be able to
guess that his team is leading the
4 league.
Fortunately, the Wolverines
managed to pound out the needed
runs over the weekend. Even still,
sixteen runs in two games was the
bare minimum needed to subdue
the conference invaders from Min-
nesota and Iowa, 7-6 and 9-8, res-
pectively.
Pitchers Draw Praise
Despite the sporadic hurling
Fisher was rather generous in his
praise of John Herrnstein, and of
Glenn Girardin, the crafty south-
paw who picked up both victories.
"John pitched as well as he ever
had for the first three innings

against Iowa, but he "clunked" up
in the fourth when he gave four
singles and ,three walks," said
Fisher. "If he had gotten out of
that inning, I think he would have
gone all the way."
Girardin, whom the diamond
mentor calls "a better finisher-
upper than a starter" turned in
two tremendous relief jobs, giving
up only six hits and one run in
the ten innings he worked.
Top Conference Mark
The star reliefer now sports the
top record in the conference, a 4-0
mark.
The extensive batting practice
that Michigan underwent last
week paid great dividends, espe-
cially for Ken Tippery and Steve
Boros, although the team as a
whole was out-hit by Minnesota,
12-9, and by Iowa, 10-9.
Tippery's big stick smashed out

By BOB BOLTON
You do your best and some-
times it isn't good enough.
This has been the fate of the
Michigan track team for the last
two weeks and it probably will be
their fate this weekend in the Big
Ten finals at Evanston Friday and
Saturday.
Two weeks ago Illinois snapped
the Wolverines' dual-triangular
meet win streak at 23. Friday aft-
ernoon Ohio State made it two
straight losses for the Blue by de-
feating them, 74-58.

JOHN HERRNSTEIN
... pitching praised

SHOW IMPROVEMENT:
Linksters Split Match,
But Card Good Scores

And Coach Don Canham just
shakes his head and says: "they're
running as well as they can ...
the men just aren't there. A lot of
the sophomores are still a year
away."
With these remarks Canham
aptly sums up the- ever-declining
fortunes of the Michigan cinder-
men.
If any "expert" had remarked
last January that the Wolverines
wouldn't do any better than
fourth in the indoors and be lucky
to finish in the top division of this
week's coming outdoors he would
have been probably laughed out
of existence.
Canham expects that his men
will perform over their heads Fri-
day and Saturday ... it seems like
Canham's teams always perform
at better than their peaks when
the chips are down, but it also
looks like better-than-their-best
won't be good enough against the
Illinois-Ohio State-Indiana pow-
erhouses.-.
At Columbus Friday there were
some excellent Michigan perform-
ances.
Ron Kramer heaved the shot

BIG TEN AVERAGE
G AB R H]

ES
RBI Pct.
4 .636

Dickey
MacPhee
Tippery
Boron
Sigman
Myers
Snider
Clark
Girardin
Poloskey
Herrnstein
Fox
Hutchings
Vukovich
Sealby
Finkbeiner
TOTALS

4 11 2 7
3 2 1 1
10 39 12 18
10 41 9 16'
10 34 711
10 44 9 12
6 24 3 6
4 81 2
6 902
3 6 1 1
10 42 7 9
10 42 9 9
10 35 7 4
1 0 1 0
4 6 0 0

1

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14
11
7

7
4
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1
0
6
5
2
1
0

.500
.461
.390
.323
.272
.250
.250
.222
.167
.214
.214
.143
.114
.000
.000

four hits in five attempts against
Iowa pitching, including. two ho-
mers, boosting his batting aver-
age to .461.
Tippery Big Difference
When asked to compare this
year's team to last season's aggre-
gation, Fisher stated, "The big dif-
ference has been Ken. Did you
notice that all his hits were really
tagged? He has been a grand hit-
ter this year."
The ever-steady Boros was the
hero in Friday's win over the Go-
phers, belting a 400-foot clout over
the center field fence with a man
on to provide the tying and win-
ning runs in the 7-6 victory.

51'7" to take second, the best he
has ever done. He will almost cer-
tainly have to go over 52' to place
in the Conference finals.
Don Matheson ran a :49.3 quar-
ter, his best this year. It is doubt-
ful if anything over :48 will place
at Evanston.
Chuck Morton, the Wolverines'
second best miler, edged teammate
Helrnar Dollwet in that event for
the first time with a 4:20.4 clock-
ing. Iowa's Deacon Jones has run
a 4:08 mile this spring.
Sailors Win
EntranceI
To Nationals
The Michigan Sailing Team
qualified for the National Inter-
collegiate Championship's at An-
napolis, Md., June 17-21 by win-
ning the Midwest title at Colum-
bus, Ohio for the second consecu-
tive year.
Bruce Goldsmith scored 49
points for top honors in the "A"
division, while Dexter Thede and
Otto Scherer combined for 43
points to win the "B" division.
This is the second straight year
Michigan has qualified for the Na-
tlo.als. Last year they finished
third. No Midwestern team has
ever won the Meet.
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Major League Standings

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L .Pet. GB
Chicago 18 7 .720 -
Cleveland 17 10 .630 2
New York 17 10 .630 2
Detroit 16 15 .516 5
Boston 15 15 .500 51/3
Kansas City 13 18 .419 8
}Baltimore 11 16 .407 8
Washington 8 24 .250 13Y2
Yesterday's Games
Cleveland at New York (rain
Washington 2, Detroit 1
Baltimore 2, Kansas City 0
Chicago at Boston (rain)
Today's Games
Kansas City at Washington
Cleveland at Boston
Chicago at New York (N)
Detroit at Baltimore (N)

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Cincinnati
Milwaukee
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
St. Louis
New York
Chicago
Pittsburgh
Yesterday's

W L Pet.
21 9 .700
18 10 .643
17 10 .629
16 12 .571
13 16 .448
13 17 .433
7 18 .280
8 21 .276
Games

GB
2'I
4'
8
1114
12's

Brooklyn 10, St. Louis 4
Only game scheduled.
Today's Games
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (N)
New York at Chicago
Brooklyn at Cincinnati (N)
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N)

By RAY BERNREUTER
"It was just a miserable day!"
That is Michigan Coach Bert
Katzenmeyer's comment on the
Wolverines' triangular meet
against Michigan State and De-
troit last Saturday.
The "M" squad beat Detroit by
a 2812-7% margin. Detroit just
isn't in the same class as either
Michigan or Michigan State.
The Wolverines lost to still sur-
prising MSU 19%-16/2.
Meet Ends Season
The triangular meet marked the
end of the dual meet season, with
the Big Ten championships com-
ing up next.
The weekend total for the Mich-
igan squad was 920. This repre-
sents their best team total and is
a good sign.
Speaking of his team, Katzen-
meyer said that he was definitely
encouraged, but still disappointed.
"The team has not yet reached its
potential. It is capable of a better
showing."
Spartans Impressive
Katzenmeyer was very im-
pressed with the Spartan team. He
added, "MSU can't be counted out
of the Conference finals."
Sophomore John Law of Michi-
gan was medalist for the after-
noon with a brilliant 145. Law has
been off his game the last three
weeks, and his outstanding rounds
Saturday are a hopeful indication
that he is coming out of his slump.
However, Fred Micklow had a
terrible 36 holes, finishing with
a 163. In defense of Micklow it
should be said that he was not
feeling up to par.
John Schubeck, Captain Steve
Uzelac and Stan'Kwasiborski all
shot respectable rounds, but none
were outstanding.
OoPS!
SPOKANE, Wash, OP)-UCLA
missed expulsion from the Pa-
cific Coast Conference by a,
single vote yesterday.
Four institutions reported at
the PCC's spring meeting that
their athletic houses were in
order. Washington, USC, and
California reports were accepted
unanimously, but UCLA's report
was approved only by a 5-4
vote.

BIG TEN MEET NEXT:

This Week in Sports
Friday, May 24
BASEBALL-Michigan State-Ferry Field, 3:30 p.m.
Saturday, May 25
BASEBALL-Michigan State-East Lansing, 1:30 p.m.
Conference Meets
TENNIS-Evanston, Ill., May 23, 24, 25
TRACK-Evanston, Ill., May 24, 25
GOLF-Iowa City, Iowa, May 24, 25
I-M PLAYOFFS:
Gomberg Wins in 'A' Softball

By PAUL BORMAN
Michigan's tennis team ended a
highly successful dual-meet sea-;
son last weekend by trouncing In-
diana and Illinois.
The two wins boosted the Wol-
verines' string of consecutive vic-
tories to 43, highest of any cur-
rent college team in the nation.
Coach Bill Murphy and his
squad will conclude the Big Ten
season this weekend when they
put their Conference Title on the
line at Evanston.
Last Friday's meet with Indiana
saw Michigan romp to an 8-1 win.
Jensen Only Loser
- Senior Dale Jensen at sixth
singles absorbed the lone Wolver-
ine loss, but Barry MacKay play-
ing first singles came very close
to losing.
MacKay had to go three sets to
beat Gerry Parchute, the Hoosiers'
number one man. Parchute out-
lasted MacKay in the first set,
11-9.
Farther on in the contest, Par-
chute had MacKay at match
point, but the Wolverine net star
fought back to win the match.
MacKay Below Par
Coach Murphy said: "MacKay's
play in last weekend's meets was
very bad and if he doesn't improve
it would not be surprising if he
gets beaten in this weekend's Con-
ference meet."
Saturday, in Champaign, the
rain waited long enough for Mich-
igan to win all six singles matches
before it halted the meet. The fi-
nal score was Michigan 6, Illinois
0.
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Net Squad Ends Perfect
Season with 43rd Win

As a whole, the Wolverine squad
is well balanced. But it is not bal-
anced in the right strata. With ev-
eryone shooting around 77 or 78
the team will have trouble win-
ning.

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With the exception of MacKay,
Coach Murphy said that he was
satisfied with the team's play in
last weekend's meets which were
the toughest of the season for the
Wolverines.

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By DON DRESCHER v
The Big Red "A" softball ma-
chine of Gomberg rolled to a 13-3
victory over a hapless Van Tyne
nine yesterday in a semifinal play-
off at South Ferry Field.
Spurring the Gomberg attack
j was Dave Karr who piled a total
of three hits in the onslaught. Don
Treder was the winning pitcher.
In another 'A' game Kelsey de-
feated Willlams in an evenly
matched contest which finally
broke loose in the sixth inning.
Williams had pulled even 5-5 going
into the big inning, when Kelsey
exploded for three big runs and
won the game 8-5.
The lone other 'A' game played
saw Frank Alandt pitch Chicago to
a close victory over Cooley, 4-3.
Ed Becker led the Chicago attack
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with three hits and knocked in the
winning run.
The Huber-Strauss game was
postponed because of wet grounds.
Phi Sigma Delta ran roughshod
over Chi Psi in a first places B'
semifinal tilt to the tune of 12-4.
The game was highlighted by
two Phi Sig homers, the first
coming off the bat of Stan Noskin
in the initial inning and the other
belted by Nat Friedman in the
second.
Tau Delta Phi won over Phi
Kappa Tau on a, forfeit in a fourth
place semifinal.

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