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WONZ fAY, APPItM 16, 100

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

W~DNKSDAY, APRIL 16, 1953 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Mic igan ips
Western Easily
Jernigan Gains Victory in Relief;
'M' Nine Meets Detroit Here Today
(Continued from Page 1) _

'ABOUT 100' REPORT:
Wolverines Begin Spring
Football Practice Today

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By JIM BENAGH

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A sparkling relief performance
was turned in by Jernigan, main-
taining the belief that pitching is
the definite strongpoint of this
'year's diamond men despite the
soreness that hasn't yet been work-
ed out of the arms of seveal
hurlers. In eight games played
this far this season, less than
two earned runs per game have
been doled out to the opposition.
Jernigan limited the Broncos
to only four hits during his stint.
He started off a little shakily when
Statistics
MICHIGAN AB R H
Myers, ss 4 1 2
Kucher, 2b 3 1 2
Sealby, rf 30 1
Herrnstein, p-cf 5 0 0
Roman, 1b 5 0 0
Dickey, If 3 1 1
Brown, 3b 4 1 1
Jernigan, cf-P 3 2. 1
Snider, e 4 1 1
TOTALS 34 7 9

he walked the first man to face
him, 5'8" centerfielder Terry Mack,
and then gave up the second of
Grabowski's three hits.
Mack scored on a fielders choice,
but he was the last Western play-
er to cross the plate for the day.
Myers Strong
Complete reversals of form on
the part of several hitters leaves
the situation as still somewhat of
an enigma. Myers, only senior in
the infield, came. through with
two for four after a disappointing
performance down South.
Kucher, connecting safely on
two out of three tries, also parti-
ally vindicated himself, and helped
boost his .207 average to a more
respectable .250.
In today's game, George Weem-
hoff and Al Koch will handle the
pitching chores against Detroit in
an effort to snap the Titan's five-
game winning streak.

Spring football-the annual jig-
saw puzzle of coaches-gets under-
way at Ferry Field today for Mich-
igan gridders and their tutors with
the candidate list hovering around
the century mark.
The Michigan equipment room
reported yesterday that "about
100" have already drawn uniforms.
Several others, including some
of next year's seniors not required
to attend spring ball and those in
other spring sports, won't be pres-
ent for the drills.
Enthusiasm, prompted by the
loss of eight regulars, is high
among the squadsmen.
For the coaching staff, this
spring makes the second straight
year that eight replacements have
to be found for the starting lineup.
Trophy at Stake
Besides the fight for positions,
the annual scramble for the Meyer
W. Morton Trophy, awarded to
"the football player who shows
the greatest development and most
promise as a result of spring prac-
tice."
In their talent search, Head

Coach Bennie Oosterbaan and his
staff will place an emphasis main-
ly on line positions, tackle to
tackle, where graduation took its
heaviest toll.
The coaches have experienced
backs and ends to open with.
Center Need
Most wide open is center, vaca-
ted by last season's duo of Jerry
Goebel and Gene Snider, who
monopolized the playing time.
Ray Wine, the strongest candidate,
dropped out of school due to
scholastic difficulties at the end
of the first semester.
Lettermen Jim Dickey is with
the baseball squad, as is Bill Mac-
Phee, reserve award winner. This
leaves big Mike Dupay, a con-
verted fullback who was red-
shirted last fall, to vie for the
spot with freshmen Tom Kerr, Bill
Crain, Tom Wojcik and Darrell
Thorpe.
At guards, Jerry Marciniak and
Al Callahan, both second stringers
in 1957, move up a notch if they
can hold off letterman Mike Filli-
chio, reserves Paul Poulos and
Tom DeMassa, and yearling stand-
outs Dick Syring and Tom Job-
son.
Deskins Tops
Tackle holes may be filled, easier
than the other line positions with
Willie Smith, Jerry Bushong and
George Genyk being letter win-
ners. Biggest splash, however,
should come from powerful Don
Deskins, a 240-lb. ex-Marine, best
of the freshman crop.
Senior football manager Tom
Hitchman announces that there
are several openings for freshmen
and first-semester sophomore
managers. Candidates can report
to him at practice this week or
call him at HU 2-8714.

L.

ERNIE MYERS
... back in stride

ETERN MICHIGAN,
Mack, ef
Grabowski, rf
Hock, 3b
Mason, lb
Buchanan, If
-Greenwood, 2b
Gresser,s
Bolanger, c
Ruinohr, p
Churches, p
Hedberg, p
Sosnowski, p
Hradek, p
TOTALS
MICHIGAN 1 0
WESTERN MICH. 1 0 1

AB R HH
4 1 1
3 0 1
40 0 0
4 0 0
3 0 1
4 0 0
4 0 0
2 0 .0
1 0 0
32 2 8
1023000-7
1000000-2

KUBEK DENIES DRAFT:
Major League Teams Launch Season

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Boson Tes
NHL, Series
BOSTON (- - Boston winger
Don McKenney scored the first
two goals and Fleming Mackell set
a playoff assist record last night
as the Bruins defeated Montreal
3-1 in a bone-rattling Stanley Cup
hockey battle.
The Boston triumph squared
the best of seven championship
series at two games each.
In the' Boston-dominated clash,
Jerry Toppazzini also bettered a
Bruins team record 'by register-
ing his ninth goal of the play-
offs at 2:30 of the third period.
Goalie Don Simmons' bid for a
shutout was wrecked by Mon-
treal's Claude Provost at 12:57 of
the finale.

By The Associated Press
New York Yankees defeated Bos-
Four teams were tied for first ton, 3-0, in opening defense of
place in both the American and their American League champion-
National league as the- result of ship..
action in yesterday's opening In an off-diamond development,
games. Tony Kubek, the New York Yan-
New shortstop Billy Martin, aft- kees' brilliant shortstop denied
er three consecutive strike-outs, the rumor that he is about to en-
singled across the winning run in ter the Army. "I haven't heard
Detroit's 4-3 victory over the Chi- anything at all to the effect that
cago White Sox before 28,319 fans I am to report to the Army," said
at Chicago's Comiskey Park. the injured Yankee infielder. Ru-
mors printed in several papers
Berra Homers had Kubek scheduled for active
Yogi Berra hit a two-run ho- duty on May 24.
mer on a two-strike pitch as the The Pittsburgh Pirates ruined
Sig Eps, Sammies Win
IM'A' Sof tball Games

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By GARY GUSSIN
Two pitchers were far ahead of
the hitters as the opening day of
I-M social fraternity "A" softball
play featured a no-hitter and a
one-hitter yesterday.
Sigma Phi Epsilon showed,
sound judgment in moving all-
campus pitcher Cal Atwood to the

Spring Sports Schedule

BASEBALL *
April 16--DETROIT
April 18-WAYNE
April 19-Wayne
April 21-NOTRE, DAME
April 22--Notre Dame
April 25-Michigan State
April 26-MICHIGAN STATE (2)
May. 2-OHIO STATE
May 3-INDIANA (2)
May 6-Detroit-
May 9-Wisconsin
May 10-Northwestern (2)
May 13-WESTERN MICHIGAN
May 16-PURDUE
May 17-ILLINOIS (2)
May 23-Minnesot
May 24-Iowa (2)
TRACK
April 19-Ohio Relays
April 25, 26-Penn or Drake Relays
May 3-MARQUETTE & W. MICH.
May 10-Penn State
May 13-CHICAGO TRACK CLUB
May 17--Purdue
May 23, 24-Big Ten Meet at Lafayette

June 13, 14-NCAA Meet.
June 21, 22-National AAU Meet
TENNIS
May 1-DETROIT
May 3-Ohio State
May 5-Notre Dame
May 9--ILLINOIS
May 10-WISCONSIN
May 12-Western Michigan
May 13-MICHIGAN STATE
May 16-INDIANA
May 17-Northwestern
May 19-Purdue
May 22-24 Big Ten Meet at Evanston
June 16-21-NCAA Meet
GOLF
April 23-DETROIT
April 26-Ohio-Purdue-Indiana at
Columbus
May 3-Purdue-Ohio St. at Lafayette
May 7--MICHIGAN STATE
May '10-OHIO STATE-PURDUE.
May 17-Detroit-Michigan State at
Detroit
May 23-24-Big Ten Meet at Columbus
All home contests are in capitals.

outfield and starting freshman
Jim Raeder against Phi Epsilon
Pi instead. g
Raeder came through to pitch
no-hit ball, struck out 13, and got
four hits in five times atbat as
SPE coasted to a 22-0 victory.
One-Hitter
Sigma Alpha Mu took advan-
tage of Fred Gordon's one-hit
pitching to beat Delta Chi 11-3.!
Weak pitching played a big part
[in Sigma Chi's 8-5 win over Phi
Delta Theta. Sigma. Chi turned
three walks, a single and a grand-
slam home run by John Wylie into
a five-run fourth inning rally to
overcome a 5-3 deficit.
SAE Victorious
In other games played, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon clouted Theta Del-
ta Chi, 8-4; Zeta Psi outslugged
Phi Sigma Delta 8-7; Trigon de-
feated Delta Kappa Epsilon, 10-5;
Tau Delta Phi routed Phi Kappa
Psi, 19-3; Chi Phi nosed Kappa
Sigma, 4-2; and Alpha Epsilon Pi
edged Beta Theta Pi, 9-8.
Forfeits went to Delta Tau
Delta over Sigma Phi, Sigma Nu
over Acacia and Zeta Beta Tau
over Alpha Sigma Phi.
In a B' runaway game, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon slaughtered Sigma
Phi, 44-5.

the 1958 debut of the World
Champion Milwaukee Braves with
a 4-3 decision in 14 innings, de-
spite two home runs by Eddie
Mathews.
Ruben Gomez brought joy to
San Francisco and deep despair
to Los Angeles by pitching the Gi-
ant's first victory in their new
home, 8-0, before a sellout crowd
of 23,448.
Garver Hurls
Ned Garver hurled a seven-
hit shutout for the Kansas City
Athletics,-defeating Cleveland's
Indians, 5-0, and spoiling Herb
Score's comeback,
Rookies Chuck Essegian and
Roman Semproch sparked the
Philadelphia Phillies to a 5-4 vic-
tory over the Cincinnati Redlegs
in a game which manager Birdie
Tebbetts of Cincinnati protested.
Orioles Triumph
The Baltimore Orioles winged
to a 6-1 triumph over the Wash-
ington Senators behind the bat-
ting of their third base hope,
Brooks Robinsn,, and veteran
catcherGus Triandos.
In thge son's first night game
the Chfx I.Cubs shtt out th St.
Louis Cardinals, 4-0.
Organization
Notices
Political Issues Club, meeting, Ap-
ril 16, 8:00 p.m., Union 3B, round table
on state of American Economy, Speak-
ers: Profs. Musgrave, Gies and Bron-
ferbrener.
* * .
Physics Club, meeting, April 16, 7:30
p.m., 2038 Randall Lab., speaker: Dr.
Sherman. Topic: "Nuclear Models."
* * *
Cercle Francais, a film with Louis
Jouvet, April 17, 7:30 p.m., Undergrad
Library, Multi-Purpose Room.
Unitarian Student Group, seminar,
April 16, 7:30 p.m., First Unitarian
Church, "Free Will vs. Determinism,"
transportation from the Union at 7:15.

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