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FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1958

1 RE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Baseball,

Golf, Track, Tennis
Linksters Begin Dixie Tour
With Little Victory Hope

Teams Head South

Wolverine
Nine Opens
Play Today
By CARL RISEMAN
Michigan's baseball team will
play its first game of the spring
trip as it faces Wesleyan Univer-
sity at Winter Park, Fla., today.
The Wolverines' departed late
last night from Willow Run.
Coach Ray Fisher has taken 20
players, including 10 pitchers, on
the trip. This is the largest con-
tingent of pitchers that Fisher
has ever taken on a spring trip
in his 37 years at Michigan, but
the reason is obvious.
No Solid Pitchers
Fisher hasn't uncovered a solid
pitcher on his staff as of yet.
Neither John Herrnstein or Dean
Finkbeiner, his two returning let-
termen, have ever gone nine in-
nings in collegiate competition.
Outfielder Bob Sealby may take
a turn on the mound.
In the past the team had never
gone as far south as Florida, but
this year's team is departing from
that tradition as Fisher and as-
sistant Coach Matt Patanelli have
centered their 10-game spring
schedule at the Rollins College
Tournament in Winter Park.
Traveling Squad
The roster is as follows:
PITCHERS -- Jim- Bradshaw,
Dean Finl~beiner, Larry Hearin,
-y Ron Jernigan, Nick Liakonis, Gor-
don Rinckey, Al Koch and George
Weemhoff;
CATCHERS - Jim Dickey and
Gene Snider.
INFIELDERS - Dave Brown,
Bob Kucher, Ernie Myers, Bill Ro-
man and Eugene Struczewski.
OUTFIELDERS - John Herrn-
stein, Bill MacPhee, Bob Sealby,
Ralph Hutchins and Bruce Cony-
beare.
SPRING TRIP
April 5 University of Tampa
April 4 Wesleyan University
April 7 Bradley University
April 8 Rollins College
April 9 Bradley University
April 10 Bradley University
Rollins College
Rollins College
April 12 Bradley University

By RUDE DIFAZIO
Bert Katzenmeyer, Michigan
golf coach, and his six man team,
heads south today with an im-
mediate future that's very dis-
mal, if history is any test.
After spending the early part
of the' week at Pinehurst Country1
Club near Chapel Hill, N. C., the
Wolverine squad of Stan Kwasi-
borski, Ray Lovell, Pat Keefe,
Chuck Blackett, Dick Bither, and
Larry Leach, face the probability
of losing the team matches atj
Duke, next Thursday, and North
Carolina, next Friday.
Few Wins
What makes defeat so certain?
For one thing, Michigan has not1
won a team match on its annual
spring tour to North Carolina since
1951. That year they defeated
Wake Forest, 17-7.1
In fact, since 1947 when the
Wolverines began the trip they
have beaten North Carolina once,
in 1948, 24-12. They have never
dumped Duke.
Overall in the ten-year span
Michigan has a record of six wins,
23 loses, and one tie. They have1
lost the last 12 matches.
Why the poor record? Mainly1

it's due to the differences in the
seasons of the southern schools
and the Wolverines. North Caro-
lina and Duke will both have com-
pleted half of their schedules by
the time Michigan takes the
course against them.
The lone tie on the Michigan
record was with Wake Forest,
131/2-132/2, in 1949. It was prob-
ably one of the best performances,
team-wise, for the Wolverines in
the series.
Top Stars
Wake Forest had another rea-
son for Michigan's many loses in
top performers Arnold Palmer, and
Buddy Worsham, brother of Lew,
former National Open champion.
The previous year Palmer shot a
67, and Worsham a 68 as Wake
Forest downed Michigan 211/2-51/2.
The year after the tie, Palmer
and Worsham and their team-
mates again downed Michigan
21%/2-5%.
Katzenmeyer's teams have faced
two other outstanding golfers down
south over the past ten years:
Harvie Ward at North 'Carolina
in 1949-50, and Mike Souchak at
Duke in 1951-52.

BOB SEALBY
. pitching outfielder

BERT KATZENMEYER
... faces defeat

MSU HOSTS NCAA GYMNASTS:
Michigan 's Title Chances Sm

By CHUCK KOZOLL
Traveling into Spartan terri-
tory to face the nation's best in
gymnastics competition, Michi-
gan's unit moves to Michigan
State's Jenison Field House for
the NCAA finals, April 11-12.
Clouding any Wolverine hopes
of finishing near the top are
three dominating powers - Penn
State defending champion; Il-
linois, Big Ten titlist; and Iowa,
runnerup. in last week's Confer-
ence contest.
Four Stars
Penn State's twin scoring threat
of Jay Werner and Lee Cunning-

ham pace the eastern school along
with speedy rope climber Phil Mul-
len and tumbler Dave Dulaney.
Mulen topped the field in the
Eastern Collegiates with an
amazing :03.6 effort while Dula-
ney's work on the mat was top
in the meet.
Pressing the Nittany Lions will
be the balanced Illinois squad,
headed by Abe Grossfeld, defend-
ing high bar titlist, John Davis
on the side horse, and Frank
Hailand, tumbling.
Tough Hawkeyes
Iowa with Steffan Carlsson as
a free exercise specialist, Bill Buck

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MichigLan Swimmers in AAU Finals
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working the side horse, and Ted
Segura on the still rings will prove
to be an annoying group to Penn
State.
"We're outmanned by the other
eastern schools, but I think the
team can do better against Big
Ten teams than our finish in
Iowa City," noted Coach Newt
Loken.
Pacing the Wolverines in this
effort will be Ed Cole, Conference
trampoline winner with all-
around performers Jim Hayslett,
Nino Marion, and Wolf Dozauer
providing the majority of Michi-
gan's scoring threat.
'M' Depth
Trampoline men Chuck Clark-
son, Frank Newman and Dick
Kimball plus tumbler Bill Skinner
and Al Stall, a balanced perform-
er, add to Wolverine potential.
Complicating the NCAA finals
Exhibition
.baseball
Chicago (N) 10, San Francisco 5
Chicago (A) 4, St .Louis 3
Washington 3, Cincinnati 3 (12-inn-
ning tie)
Los Angeles 5, Milwaukee 3
Pittsburgh 9, Kansas City 7
Baltimore 10-11, Cleveland 5-10
New York vs. Boston (rain)
Philadelphia vs. Detroit (rain)

are threats from eastern, western
and southern conferences. UCLA
and USC will represent Cali-
fornia's gymnastic power while
Florida State, southern champion
is also in the running, plus Army,
Navy and Pitt from the East.
Cubs, Giants'
Trade Two;
-tigers Buy
By The Associated Press
The San Francisco Giants yes-
terday traded outfielder Bobby
Thomson to the Chicago Cubs for
Bob Speake, a southpaw outfielder
and first baseman, and an undis-
closed amount of cash.
Thomson's main claim to fame
was his homer which beat the
Dodgers in the 1951 National
League championship playoffs.
The Detroit Tigers were also
active as they bought outfielder
Stan Palys from the Cincinnati
Redlegs for $20,000.
At the same time they sent
catcher Charlie Lau, and pitchers
Don Lee, Charlie Daniel and Harry
Byrd to the minors. Lau, Lee and
Daniel were sent to Charleston
subject to 24-hour recall, while
Byrd was assigned to Birmingham.

I

Moving east to face the best in
amateur swim competition, a cross
section of the Wolverine freshman
and varsity squad began competi-
tion yesterday in the AAU swim
finals in the Yale pool.

The 1500-meters freestyle was
held yesterday, while the other
events will be held today and
tomorrow.
..Competing in his specialty, C3
Hopkins will enter the 100 and
220-yd. breaststroke events. Ac.
cording to coach Gus Stager, Hop-
kins also plans to compete in the
100-yd. butterfly event "just for
kicks."
Along with Hopkins in the 100-
Oosterbaan,
'd
Spring Grid
By JIM BENAGH
With all the glory and heart-
breaks of the 1957 football season
imbedded in the history books, the
Michigan coaching staff focuses
its eyes keenly toward the future
as it makes final preparations for
the coming spring practice.
The coaches will face a challenge
unmatched by few conference
teams in trying to fill eight posi-
tions vacated by graduating sen-
lors.
Fullback and captain-elect John
Herrnstein, and ends Gary Prahst
and Walt Johnson are the Wol-
verines only returning starters
from a team that compiled a 5-3-1
slate in 1957.
By NCAA rules, teams are = al-
lowed 20 days of practice within
a 36 day period. Michigan begins
Wednesday, April 16, and closes
Venturi Leads
Golf Tourney
AUGUSTA, Ga. AIP)-Ken Ven-
turi, who has made a Masters golf
championship his greatest. goal,
carved a 68 over "easy" Augusta
National yesterday and snatched
the first round lead in the tourna-
ment.
Until Venturi holed out the lead
had been shared by Bo Wininger
of Odessa, Tex., and Norman Von
Nida of Australia.

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yd. butterfly will be Tony Tash-
nick, Big Ten and NCAA butterfly
champion. Tashnick's other effort
in New Haven will be against his
rival Tim Jecko in the 220-yd. but-
terfly event.
Dick Hanley will concentrate on
the 220-yd. freestyle contest with
Peter Fries working out in the 220
and 440-yd. freestyle races.
Freshmen Stars
Freshmen swimmers Tom Bucy
and Dave Gillanders, members of
the medley relay team that set a
national freshmen mark, will also
enter the weekend meet.
Carrying the heavy load is Bucy

who is entered in the 220 and 440-
yd. freestyle races. Gillanders will
work in the 100 and 220-yd. but-
terfly contests.
Moving off the one and three
meter diving boards, six Michigan
competitors will face the nation's
top divers. Renewing his old
rivalry, Dick Kimball will again go
against OSU's Don Harper and
Glen Whitten. Tony Turner is the
other varsity diver entered along
with freshmen John Deiniger, Joe
Gerlach, Hungarian Olympic star,
Tom Francis and Bob Webster.

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Staff Face
1 Rebuilding
with its annual spring scrimmag(
Saturday, May 17.
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan re
ports that "for the first time Mich
igan will hold five Saturday prac
tices.' This will spread out th
spring season, since we had jus-
four in the past."
The five Saturday workouts wi
alot less academic strain, as wel
as making use of an extra Satur
day-a day that allows bette
practice time and attendance.
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