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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1958

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TARE!

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No re Dame Nine

Trounces Diamondmen, 18-11

JIM DICKEY BOB SEALBY
. ejected from game ... three RBI's
Irish Bombard Six Hurlers;
Finkbeiner Suffers Defeat

Special to The Daily
SOUTH BEND - Notre Dame
bombarded six Michigan pitchers
for 18 runs on 13 hits and snapped
the Wolverine's five game win
streak, 18-11, yesterday.
The Irish wasted no time get-'
ting at starting and losing pitcher
Dean Finkbeiner. They greeted
the Wolverine southpaw with two
runs in the first inning and sent
him to the showers with a five
run outbreak in the second.
Notre Dame, aided by Finkbein-
er's wildness, put together three
hits along with three walks in the
second inning for their five runs.
Bud Trapp delivered the big blow
for the Irish, a two-run double
that gave Finkbeiner his early
exit.
Sophomore Al Koch replaced
rinkbeiner and got the Wolverines
out of the inning without any
further damage. He held the Irish
Statistics
MICHIGAN AB R H
Kucher, 2b 5 2 2
Sealby,rf.4 2 2
Myers, ss 3 2 0
Herrnstein, of 5 3 2
Roman, lb 5 0 3
Brown, 3b 4 0 1
Hutchings, If 3 0 2
Dickey, . 4 0 1
a Mogk 0 1 0
Snider, e 1 0 0
Finkbeiner, p 0 0 0
Koch, p 0 0 0
b MacDonald, 1 0 0
Jernigan, p 0 0 0
Weemhoff, p 0 0 0
Conybeare, ph 1 0 0
Bradshaw, p 0 0 0
Stabrylla, p 0 1 0
TOTALS 36 11 13
NOTRE DAME AB R H
Duffy, cf 4 3 1
Seiver, 2b 4 2 1
Trapp, 3b 4 3 3
Morris, lb 5 2 3
Senecal, 1f 4 1 1
Geneser, ss 4 1 0
Finigan ,lf 1 0 1
Broemmel, rf 2 3 1
Wocik, c 5 3 2
Symeon, p 3 0 0
Carpin, p 0 0 0
TOTALS 36 18 13
Michigan 010 003 250-11 13 1
Notre Dame 250 005 60x-18 13 0
a Ran for Dickey in the eighth.
b Grounded out for Koch in tihe fifth.

at bay until the fifth inning when
the roof fell in.
Once again wildness along with
the timely hitting of Trapp and
Jim Morris gave Notre Dame an-
other five run frame. George
Weemhoff retired the side for
Michigan, but only after the Irish
had chasedrKoch and reliefer Ron
Jernigan from the hill.
Michigan's bats, except for a
single tally in the second inning,
had been silenced by Notre Ilame
muondsman Chuck Symeon, fi-
nally came to life in the sixth.
Two singles followed by Bob Seal-
by's second home run of the year
accounted for the Wolverine scor-
ing.
Michigan, fighting for a come
from far behind win, tallied twice
in the top half of the seventh to
cut the Notre Dame margin to six
runs, 12-6.
Notre Dame, however, crushed
any Wolverine aspirations by un-
leashing their third big inning of
the game in the bottom of the
seventh, this time for six runs.
Two walks and an error loaded
the bases for Irish left fielder Bob
Senecal. Senecal wasted no time
in pleasing the Notre Dame fans
by blasting a three-run triple and
sending pitcher Jim Bradshaw,
who replaced Weemhoff when he
was pinch hit for in the sixth, to
the Michigan showers.
Stabrylla Effective
Bob Stabrylla replaced Brad-
shaw and finally ended the inn-
ing for the Irish after allowing a
walk to Trapp and singles to Mor-
ris and Jack Finnigan which pro-
duced three more runs.
Michigan, now down by 12 runs,
joined the scoring parade and
completed the farce on pitching,
by breaking loose for five runs in
the top of the eighth inning.
There was more to this inning
than scoring, however, as Brad-
shaw and Jim Dickey were ejected
from the Michigan bench for giv-
ing the umpires some verbal abuse.

'M' Golfers
Meet Detroit
Here Today
Coach Shifts Lineup
For Home Opener
By DAVE LYON
Michigan's golf team makes its
first home appearance of the sea-
son today when it meets the Uni-
versity of Detroit in a match
starting at 1 p.m. on the Michi-
gan course.
Today's match will offer the
Wolverine linksmen their 'first
competitive test of the season.
They were scheduled to meet Duke
and North Carolina on their re-
cent southern trip, but were
rained out.
Because of his squad's lack of
competition this season, and be-
cause he wishes to find out what
his less experienced players can
do in competition, Coach Bert
Katzenmeyer has selected anex-
perimental lineup to compete
against Detroit.
Experimental Lineup
It consists of Chuck Blackett,
Mike Schlanderer, Dave Britigan,
Arnie Nedelman, Roger Baron,
and Jim Schmalzriedt. Of these,
only Blackett was on the Michi-
gan sextet which went south dur-
ing spring vacation.
Katzenmeyer, who says he is
"looking for six good golf players,"
has decided not to let Captain
Stan Kwasiborski, one of Michi-
gan's few veteran golfers, com-
pete today. Through his lineup-
shuffling, the coach hopes to learn
more about the squad's potential.
Not Good in Practice
He admits that. the Michigan
team has not looked too good in
practice this week, but since noth-
ing is known of the Detroit team's
strength, he does not venture a
prediction on the outcome of the
match.
After today, the Wolverines will
not compete at home again until
May 7, when they meet Michigan
State.
Wisconsin
WGins Regatta
Wisconsin, followed closely by
Michigan, finished first in a field
of nine schools, in a sailing regatta
at Ohio State, last weekend.
Wisconsin took 152 points to
beat out the Wolverines by a scant
five points. Notre Dame was edged
out of second by four points.
Ohio Wesleyan was a distant
fourth, followed by Williams, Ober-
lin, OSU, Wayne State, Bowling
Green and Xavier.
In 18 races Michigan took six
firsts, eight seconds, a fourth and
fifth and was disqualified in two,
which kept them from the title.
Bruce Goldsmith with 77 points
was second to Brian Mitchell of
Wisconsin, who had 81 points, in
the individual scoring race.
Michigan will get a chance to
avenge its defeat next weekend
when it travels to Notre Dame to
sail against the 'Irish', Wisconsin
and several other schools.

BERT KATZENMEYER
... seeks golf victory
Nats Draft
'MI' Captain
Michigan's 1957-58 basketball
captain, and most valuable player
Pete Tillotson was picked yester-
day by the Syracuse Nationals in
the seventh round of the NBA's
annual draft of college players.
Despite optimism by head coach
Bill Perigo, and assistant coach
Dave Strack over his chances of
making the grade, Tillotson said
that at present he doubts if he will
sign with the Nats.
"I'm hoping to go to law school,
so I couldn't play unless it would
be closer to Ann Arbor. Besides
seventh is pretty far down the list,
usually the top three choices make
the team," said Tillotson.
Perigo and Strack both agreed
that Tillotson had the shot to
make the pro league, but he would
have to learn to play outside.
'M'Batting
(Excludes the spring trip and yester-

By RUDE DIFAZIO
Frank Bucky O'Conner, 44-year-
old Iowa basketball coach, one of
the best liked coaches in the Big
Ten Conference, died yesterday in
an automobile-truck crash.
He was killed almost instantly
when his State University of Iowa
car was crushed under tons of
concrete tiles from aboard the
truck.
The accident occurred south of
Waterloo, Ia. O'Conner was on the
first leg of one of his many speech-
making trips.
Highway patrolmen said his car
Wolverines Play
UCLA Gridders
LOS ANGELES P)- UCLA an-
nounced yesterday that its foot-
ball team will meet Michigan at
Ann Arbor, Sept. 30, 1961.
The Bruins have lined up seven
games so far for 1961, the others
being Ohio State at Columbus,
Pittsburgh here, Stanford at Palo
Alto, and California, Washington
and Southern California here.
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sightseeing.
EI FRENCH STUDY TOUR $730.00
(Univ. of Grenoble). Lv. June 17
or June 26. Includes round-trip
steamer fare tourist class (N.Y.-
France), all meals during escorted
portion of trip, lodging, sightsee-
ing, etc.
F1 ITALIAN STUDY TOUR $995.00
(Univ. of Florence). Lv. July 2 or
July 9. Includes round - trip
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corted portion of trip, sightsee-
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round-trip steamer or air fare
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Hawaii.
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hotels, lodgings, bull fights.
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apparently skidded into the path
of the truck which carried a
32,000-lb. load. The car was vir-
tually flattened. The truck driver
escaped with minor injuries.
Last Game at Michigan
O'Conner coached his last game
at Yost Field House last March
when he brought his Hawkeyes
back from a 27 point deficit only
to lose to Michigan 95-92.
Dave Strack, Michigan assistant
coach, called O'Conner "one of the
most popular coaches in the Con-
ference. He always had a big smile
for everybody."
"In my six years in the Confer-
ence, I never heard a word spoken
against him," said head coach Bill
Perigo.
Assistant football coach Chal-
mers "Bump" Elliott called O'Con-
ner a "wonderful person." "He had
the respect of everybody, his play-
ers, the fans, and the press."
Elliott was O'Conner's assistant
for one season, 1952-53, when he
was at Iowa.

Besides being a fine coach,
O'Conner was a student of the
game. He is credited with origi-
nating the use of weight-lifting by
his players to increase their jump-

FRANK O'CONNER
. . . succumbs

FRANK BUCKY O'CONNER:
Iowa Basketball Coach Dies in Automobile Accident

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ing ability. These exercises are
rapidly becoming the prime meth-
od used by basketball coaches to
strengthen rebounding.
Optimism was O'Conner's by-
word. Asked how many games he
would win in his first full season
as coach, 1951-52.
"We'll win 'em all," he laughed.
He almost did-with a 19-3 record
for an .863 percentage, best in
Iowa history.
In seven seasons at Iowa his
Hawkeyes won the conference
championship in 1955 and 1956
and placed second in 1952 and
1954. The 1955 team was fourth in
the national collegiate tourna-
ment. In 1956 Iowa lost to San
Francisco in the NCAA finals.
His 1956 success continued when
he was named head coach of the
All-Star College entry in the Unit-
ed States Olympic tryouts. The
All-Stars finished second to Phil-
lips Oilers in the tournament.
O'Conner was named assistant
Olympic coach but had to decline
because of his Iowa duties.

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day's game)
MacDonald
Dickey
Sealby
Liakonis
Conybeare
Kucher
Jernigan
Roman
Hutchings,
Myers
struczewski
Herrnstein
Snider
Brown
MacPhee
Bradshaw

AB R H Pct.
1 0 11.000
20 7 10 .500
14 5 7 .500
2 1 1 .500
2 0 1 .500
23 6 9 .391
3 2 1 .333
15 3 4 .267
11 5 3 .273
16 7 4 .250
4 0 1 .250
18 3 4 .222
14 4 3 .214
23 5 4 .174
2 0 0 .000
1 0 0 .000

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3
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6
3
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Auburn Innocent?
AUBURN, Ala. - Auburn yes-
terday asked the Southeastern
Conference Executive Committee
to hear a report which school au-
thorities say proves that Auburn
is innocent of illegal recruiting
charges.
The SEC school which produced
the nation's No. 1 football team
last year said the stiff NCAA pen-
alty for illegal recr'uiting was
based on unsupported statements
later disproved by signed affida-
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MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Yankees Win Sixth Straight Game

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By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - The New York
Yankees pounded three triples and
a home run in one inning - the
fourth-during which they scored
seven runs and went on to defeat
Boston 12-7 yesterday for their
sixth straight victory and a sweep
of the two-game series with the
Red Sox.
The Yankees, enjoying their
biggest day of the young season,
bombarded four pitchers for 14
hits, good for 26 bases. Siebern
had a home run in addition to
a two singles.
O'Dell Beats Senators
WASHINGTON - Billy O'Dell
checked Washington threats in
the eighth and ninth innings yes-
terday to preserve a victory for
Jack Harshman as Baltimore de-
feated the Senators 4-2.
Brooks Robinson collected three
of the Orioles' seven hits, includ-
ing his second home run. He has
produced eight hits in 10 times
at bat against the Senators this
season and has smashed five ho-
mers in the majors, all against
Washington.

Tigers Claw White Sox, 8-2
DETROIT - Bill Hoeft got off
to a flying start on Charlie Max-
well's three-run first-inning hom-
er and the Detroti Tigers sailed
to an 8-2 victory over the Chicago
White Sox yesterday.
The Tigers, batting well over
.300 and showing remarkable
power in their first eight games,
collected eight safeties and five

of them. were for extra bases. It
was the first victory for Hoeft, a
disappointment last year until the
campaign was more than a month
old.
Braves Whip Pirates 5-2
PITTSBURGH -- Hank Aaron's
three-run homer and Bob Buhl's
clutch pitching combined for a
5 to 2 Milwaukee victory over the
Pittsburgh Pirates.

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Major League Standings

NATIONAL LEAGUE

*Chicago
*San Francisco
Milwaukee
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
*Los Angeles
*St. Louis

W L Pct.
4 1 .800
4 2 .667
4 2 .667
3 2 .600
2 3 .400
2 4 .333
2 4 .333
1 4 .200

GB
1
2
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Yesterday's Results
St. Louis at San Francisco, inc.
Milwaukee 5, Pittsburgh 2
Chicago at Los Angeles, inc.
Only games scheduled.
Today's Games
Chicago at Los Angeles (N)
St. Louis at San Francisco
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N)
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. G
York 7 1 .875
sas City 5 2 .714
oit 5 3 .625;
hington 3 3 .500
imore 3 3 .500
eland 3 5 .375
ago 2 5 .286
,on 1 7 .1254
Yesterday's Results
Kansas City 9, Cleveland 6
New York 2, Boston 1
Detroit 8, Chicago 2
Baltimore 4, Washington 2
Today's Games
Chicago at Cleveland
Baltimore at Boston
New York at Washington (N)
Detroit at Kansas City (N)

GB
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