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TUESDAY, MAY 2$,1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY A f'~ £ ££~.XI~i *EAL~,I~jD

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9

'M' Netters Take
Doubles Crowns

(4,

By CARL RISEMAN
Michigan's tennis team, added
some frosting to its Big Ten
championship cake Sunday by
sweeping the three doubles finals.
These matches, which were
rained out Saturday on the North-
western tennis courts, gave the
Wolverines a team total of 78
points out of a possible 84.
Northwestern's surprising Wild-
cats, who were Michigan's oppon-
ents in all three doubles finals,
finished second with 44 points.
Other team scores were Indiana,
30 points; Illinois, 29%; Iowa,
28%; Michigan State, 10%; Ohio
State, 10; Minnesota, 9; Wiscon-
sin, 8; Purdue, 0.
Easy Victories
All three Wolverine doubles
teams easily defeated their Wild-
cat opponents. Barry MacKay and
Dick Potter annexed their third
conference title at the expense of
Keith Anderson and Vandy Chris-
tie, 6-4 and 6-2.
Mark Jaffe and Jon Erickson
± defeated Jack Egan and Andy
Shillinglaw for the second doubles
title, 7-5 and 6-2.
The third doubles victory, and
the eighth out of nine possible
titles, came when John Harris and
Dale Jensen triumphed over
Northwestern's Jay Kramer and
Dick Siebert, 6-2 and 6-4.
Stars Graduate
It is unlikely that there will
be a team with as much depth and
power in the Big Ten meet as this
year's Michigan team. The first
three men on the squad, all grad-
PAK, P Sigs
in 1,M Titles
Phi Alpha Kappa defeated Psi
Omega by a 2-1 count yesterday
to annex the pro fraternity first
place championship in a hard-
fought contest which saw Roger
Postmus' two-run homer hold up'
as the margin of victory.
A valiant comeback effort by
Phi Sigma Delta wasn't enough
as Sigma Alpha Mu exploded in
the top of the eighth with seven
big runs to win the fraternity "B"
softball crown, 17-13.
Scores
Fraterfiity "B" second-place semi-
final, Zeta Beta Tau 7, Chi Phi 0;
third-place final, Alpha Epsilon Pi
10, Kappa Sigma 7; Social fraternity
"A" third-place final, Sigma Chi 10,
Alpha Tau Omega 7; pro fraternity
second-place' final, Delta Sigma Pi
4, Nu Sigma Nu 3; residence hall "A"
first-place semi-final, Anderson 8,
Lloyd 3; second-place final, Cooley 6,
Adams 5; third-place final, Gomberg
8, Scott 5; fourth-place final, Hayden
5, Kelsey 4; fifth-place final, Allen.
Rumsey 17, Hinsdale 6.

uating seniors, have all made their
presence felt in the Big Ten dur-
ing the past three years.
MacKay, who proved himself a
truly great player in the weekend
meet, twice captured the Big Ten
first singles championship, while
Potter captured third twice and
second once, and Jaffe won the
second singles twice and third
once.
Bright Future
But the future looks bright with
the fine display of Harris and
Erickson. Harris won his second
title in two years by annexing the
fifth singles crown and sophomore
Erickson won the fourth singles.
It should be noted that Jensen,
who was the only Michigan player}
to lose a match, did so in the semi-
finals and to the future champion,
Bob Grey of Indiana. Coach Billt
Murphy remarked that Jensen
played fine tennis throughout the
meet.

Cindermen
Finish High
In Big, Ten
By AL JONES
Third place in the Big Ten
would have been disgraceful last
year, but it was a pleasant surprise
to Michigan track coach Don Can-
ham last weekend.
"I had expected the team to
finish around sixth," Canhamj
stated, "but the boys came through
with a great team effort-the bestt
team effort by Michigan trackmen
in a long time."
There were many factors that
contributed to the Wolverines'
third-place finish. For one, the top
five teams-Indiana, Ohio State,
Iowa, Illinois, and Michigan State
-didn't pan out as expected.
Indiana completely dominated
the meet. It was expected to be
close, decided by only a point.,
perhaps. Instead, the Hoosiers
finished 22 points ahead of second-
place Ohio State.
Behind these two leaders things
were split quite evenly. Instead of
strong performances, as expected,
by Illinois and Michigan State,
both of these squads qualified few
men and grabbed only one first
each.
This opened the way for Michi-
gan. The Wolverines' points camne
from many creditable perform-
ances, crowned by Dave Owen's
expected first in the shot put.
The rest of Michigan's point
total came in the form of surprise
thirds and fourths. Laird Sloan in
the 440-yd. dash, Brendan O'Reilly
in the high jump, Helmar Dollwet
in the mile, Lou Williams in the
broad jump, and the mile relay:
team of Sloan, Robin Varian, Don
Matheson and George Gluppe all
produced thirds.
The fourths came from Dick
Flodin in the 220-yd. dash and
Varian, who battled one of the
strongest 880-yd. run fields in Big
Ten history.

By RUDE DIFAZIO
Saturday's cancelled game be-
tween Michigan and Michigan
State cost the Wolverines more
than the title.
Lost were the six hits the team
batted out in the four and a half
innings, including two by Ken
Tippery, Don Poloskey's fine
pitching performance, and Gene
Snider's second stolen base of the
season.
The only crown the Wolverines
retained was the team batting
title.
Tippery went into the weekend
holding third place in the indi-
vidual batting race.
Bill Mansfield held him hitless
on Friday. But Saturday he had
his hitting clothes on, rapping out
a single and a triple in his first
two trips to the plate. He seemed
on his way to a fine closing per-
formance in his 'Big Blue' uni-
form before the rains came.

Poloskey, intent on removing
himself from Coach Ray Fisher's
dog house Saturday, seemed to
overcome the poor pitching that
put him there, before the rains
came.
Snider's steal was a masterpiece
of base running, and was another
example of his clutch playing. He
constantly came through in the
last two weeks of the season when
the chips were down.
What about next year?
New Outfielders
~ The left side of the infield will
be no problem, with Ernie Myers
at third and Steve Boros at short.
John Herrnstein, with a year un-
der his belt, should be the Con-
ference's top pitcher, as well as a
strong hitter and outfielder.
Ralph Hutchings shows signs of

BETTER LUCK NEXT YEAR:
Rained-Out Michigan Nine Ends Season

4.

becoming a star at the plate and
afield, while Jack Lewis is an ex-
cellent fielder but will have to
pick up on his hitting.
Dean Finkbeiner improved on
the mound at the tail end of the
season, and Bob Sealby is a good
man to have around on the hill
or at first, while Snider will still
be behind the plate.
However, look for new faces on
the right side of the infield, as
Tippery and Jim Vukovich will be
gone, and replacements will have
to be found.

ROBIN VARIAN
. .. surprise fourth

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Major League Standings

DICK POTTER
.. . three in a row

Badgers Outclass Field
In Golf Championships
4,

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Chicago 22 10 .688 -
New York 21 13 .618 2
Cleveland 20 14 .588 3
Boston 19 18 .514 5if
Detroit 18 18 .500 6
Kansas City 17 19 .472 7
Baltimore 13 22 .371 10Mz
Washington 12 28 .300 14
Yesterday's Scores
Washington 3-10, Baltimore 2-6
(first game 11 innings,
completion of Apr. 21 game)
Detroit 11, Cleveland 5
New York 17, 'Boston k
Kansas City 7, Chicago 1
Today's Games
Kansas City at Chicago
Cleveland at Detroit
New York at Boston
(only games scheduled)

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Cincinnati
Brooklyn
Milwaukee
Philadelphia
St. Louis
New York
Chicago
Pittsburgh

WV L
25 12
21 12
20 14
J19 15
16 18
15 20
11 21
9 24

Pot.
.6'76
.636
.588
.559
.471
.429
.344.
.2'73

GB
7 ii
9
14

Michigan golf coach Bert Kat-
zenmeyer stated early in the
season that Wisconsin might give
Purdue trouble when the Big Ten
meet rolled around.
His prophesy came true last
weekend, as the Badger linksters
turned in some fine rounds of
golf to outclass the rest of the
Conference field.
The meet had been predicted as
a dog-fight between six teams--
Ohio State, Iowa, Michigan State
and Michigan-besides the Boiler-'
makers and Badgers,
Fast Pace
However, the Badgers'kept up a
fast pace, and as a team were, two
under par after playing 63 of the
72 holes. Iowa, Michigan and Ohio
State were the only squads that
could keep up the torrid pace, and
they, too, fell behind on the last
nine holes.

Michigan finished third behind
the Badgers and Hawkeyes, with a
five-man 72-hole - team score of
1534. Wisconsin had 1512 and
Iowa 1520.
The Wolverines evened their
season records with Purdue and
Ohio State by finishing, ahead of
them. In dual meets Michigan had
fallen twice to both of them while
beating them only once.
Michigan also gained revenge
against Michigan State, who also
held a two-to-one dual-meet ad-
vantage over Katzenmeyer's squad.

Yesterday's Scores
Milwaukee 6, Cincinnati 5
Brooklyn 5, Philadelphia 1
St. Louis 6, Chicago 2
(only games scheduled)
Today's Games
Philadelphia at New York (N)
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh (N)
Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N)
Chicago at St. Louis (N)

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