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__ _TBE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Nu Sigs, Phi Alpha's Win,
In I-M Pro Fraternity Play
By BILL ZOLLA
of An e r OurinAlpha Kappa Psi, 11-1. Exhibiting
A eight run outburst in the top a blazing fast ball, Iwaarden was
the scoring necessary in Nu Sigma touched for only one tainted single,
Nu's 8-4 victory over Phi Delta while fanning 10 batters.
Epsilon in the feature game of the A tight contest between Alpha
professional fraternity softball Kappa Kappa and Psi Omega was
clashes at Ferry Field, yesterday. broken up in the last half of the
Jim Watkins hurled the route for final inning with Psi Omega com-
Nu Sig and was untouchable after ing home on top, 5-4. With the
the first inning, when all the op- score tied at four all, Jerry Borsum
position's runs were tallied. singled to drive in Jim Sell with
John Van Iwaarden barely miss- the tie-breaking counter. George
ed pitching a no-hit game as his Hoaglin was the winning pitcher
team, Phi Alpha Kappa, crushed and was nicked for only a scratch
________________________single until the top of the fifth
when Alpha Kappa Kappa came
SIJ 1oF up with their runs. Hoaglin man-
ISU ventor aged to throttle the rally and thus
enabled his team to move on to
Re victory.
I esigns Job In the contestbetween Phi Delta
Chi and Alpha Omega, the P.D.C.
team put up a game battle, but-
COLUMBUS, Ohio P) - Ohio were too greatly handicapped by
State University yesterday an- the presence of only six players,
nounced the resignation of Floyd and succumbed 24-6.
Stahl as basketball coach. A see-saw slugfest between Delta
The university's athletic board Sigma Delta and Phi Delta Phi
accepted the resignation Wednes- ended in an 11-11 tie. The game
day night and immediately ap will have to be replayed at a later
pointed a screening committee to date.
sekasuccessor. Alpha Chi Sigma won its match
seek a whc e o from Tau Epsilon Rho by a for-
Stahl, who came to the univer- feit.
sity in the early thirties, will re- In social fraternity "B" games,
main as assistant athletic director three contests were played and
and will teach in the physical edu- three others were forfeited. Phi
cation department. Delta Theta beat Sigma Chi, 15-12.
Sigma Phi Epsilon whipped Zeta
Beta Tau, 16-12, and Alpha Epsilon
Pi walked over Beta Theta Pi, 14-2.
Sigma Alpha ,Mu, Chi Psi, and
Delta Tau Delta won their games
from Phi Kappa Tau, Delta Up-
silon, and Phi Gamma Delta re-
spectively, by forfeits.

Meet MSU at East Lansing;
LiakonisNamed as Starter

By TOM WITECKI
Michigan's baseball team opens
its Big Ten season today when it
plays a strong Michigan State
squad at East Lansing.
Southpaw Nick Liakonis will be
on the mound for the Wolverines
as they will attempt to start their
'58 Conference season in winning
style.
Opposing Liakbnis will be the
ace of the Michigan State pitch-
ing staff, Ronald PRerranoski. 'Per-
ranoski, who had an impressive'
8-2 record last year, has won three
and lost one so far this spring.
Palamara Leads Spartans
The Spartans who shut out the
Wolverines, 3-0, in their only
meeting last spring havef five play-
ers in the lineup who are batting

NICK LIAKONIS
... faces Spartans

RON PERRANOSKI
... stars for MSU

EVALUATES EXTRA POINT:
Oosterbaan Assesses Rule Change

By HAL APPLEBAUM
The spring football drills, cur-
rently 'in progress, are giving
Michigan coaches, Bennie Ooster-
baan his first opportunity to as-
sess the game's first major scor-
ing change since 1912.
The new rule, which will make
radical changes in college foot
ball scores, states that a team will
score two points if it successfully
runs or passes the ball over the;
goal line on the extra point play
following a touchdown. However,
it will only score one point if it
successfully kicks the extra point,
as has been the custom for the
last fifty years.

A second part of the new rule
states that the ball will be put in
play on the three-yard line in-
stead of on the two as previously
was the case.
Coach Tests Rule
In regard to this change Ooster
baan commented, "We haven't
really had a chance to test the.
rule yet, so we'll just have to wait+
and see how it works. Once we are
better organized in our drills we
will try running and passing the
ball over from the three.
"We'll keep track of all the
results and an analysis of these
statistics should give us' a farily
good idea on which: plays will
work in certain situations. I
imagine that many teams will go
for the two pointer at the start
of the game, but as far as we're
concerned circumstances will con-
trol our choice of either going for
one or two points."

Michigan has two place-kickers,
Stan Noskin and Darrell Harper,
who run and pass as well as kick.
It was thought that their abili-
ties might be used to fake oppo-
nents into thinking that the Wol-
verines were going to kick for the
extra point and then run or pass
instead, but Oosterbaan added, "I
don't think there will be any more
fake,, extra point plans than in
previous years',,
He concluded, "I can't say
whether this change will be good
for the game or not, but it will
certainly be more exciting for the
fans. It will put some life in a3
play that was .formerly routine.
The fans who come to see us play
are entitled to get more action
and this change should provide it.
"All in all it's an interesting ex-
periment on which we can com-
ment only after seeing it in ac-
tion."

over the .300 mark. The top hitter-,
is the team's captains and second
baseman, Frank Palamara, who is
batting .386 this year and had a.
.358 average last year.
Two football players who faced
Michigan on the.gridiron last fall
will be in the starting lineup for
the Spartans. Behind the plate will
be senior Don Gilbert who was the
Spartan's first string, fullback..He
seems to have managed the change
in sports quite well as he is batting
.368.
In center field will be speedy
sophomore Dean Look who ac-
cording to reports will be the Spar-
tans first string left halfback next
fall.
Fisher Retains Lineup
Michigan Coach Ray Fisher will
stick with the same lineup he has
used most of the spring. Sopho-
mores Bill Roman, Bob Kucher,
and Dave Brown will be playing
'first,, second- and third, 'respec-
ttively. Senior'shortstop Ernie
Myers rounds out the.starting in-
field.
In the outfield Fisher will have
Jim Dickey, Ralph Hutchings and
John Herrnstein. Behind the plate
will be Gene Snider.
The Spartans. will journey to
Ann Arbor tomorrow to conclude
the three game series in a big
doubleheader which begins at 1:30
p.m. at the Ferry Field stadium.
. Herrnstein Slated Starter
Herrnstein will start one of the
games for Michigan and either Al
Koch, Bob Sealby, or Dean Fink-
beiner will start the, other game.
For the Spartans it will be a. pair.
ofrighthanders, Dick Radatz and
Bob Rabias.
For the Michigan team which
boasts a 10-3 record in pre-Con-
ference play, this series should
give an indication of how good
the team really is.,
Cooley Wins
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THE MARCHES OF JOHN PHILIP SOUSA'
NEW SOUNDS BY PETE RU9OLO
PEGGY LEE SINGS WITH BENNY GOODMAN
AN AWARD CONCERT BY ART TATUM
DINAH SHORE SINGS-COLE PORTER &
RICHARD RODGERS
PURE DELIGHT WITH DANNY KAYE,
WOODY HERMAN PLAYS HIS OLD HITS
RALPH SUTTON PLAYS FATS WALLER
THE HITS OF GLEN GRAY BY THE CASA LOMA ORCH.
METRONOME ALL-STARS
DIXIELAND ALL-STARS
THE CLASSICS OF BING CROSBY
WOODY HERMAN'S FIRST HERD
OLE! FLAMENCO recorded in Spain
IN OLD VIENNA
CIRCUS MUSIC
SONGS OF HAWAII
TOUJOURS PARIS
CHA-CHA-CHA recorded in Mexico
MAMBO WITH MORALES
SOUTH AFRICAN -FOLK SONGS,
SONGS OF OLD MEXICO
MUSIC FROM SOUTH PACIFIC
SCHEHERAZADE with Radzinski and Cleveland Orch.
TCHAIKOVSKY'S SIXTH SYMPHONY with Rodzinski
and The Cleveland Orch.
BEETHOVEN'S THIRD SYMPHONY with Leinsdorf and.
The Rochester Orch..
SCHUBERT'S UNFINISHED SYMPHONY and MOZART'S
SYMPHONY NO. 40, Leinsdorf and
The Rochester Orch.
TCHAIKOVSKY'S ROMEO AND JULIET and 1812
OVERTURE with Rodzinski and The Cleveland Orch.
TCHAIKOVSKY'S NUTCRACKER SUITE and GRIEG'S
PEER GYNT SUITE with Leinsdorf and
The Rochester Orch.
DEBUSSY'S LA MER and ENESCO'S ROUMANIAN
RHAPSODY, Rodzinski and Cleveland Orch.
RACHMANINOFF'S SECOND PIANO CONCERTO
with Gyorgy Sandor
STRAUSS WALTZES with Schoenherr and the
Vienna State Opera Orch.
OFFENBACH'S GAITE PARISIENNE and CHOPIN'S LES
SYLPHIDES with Kurtz and the Columbia Symphony
Orchestra
BACH'S BRANDENBURG CONCERTI in three volumes
with Fritz Reiner
MOZART'S SYMPHONIES No. 35 and 40, Leinsdorf
and Rochester Orch.
MOUSSORGSKY'S PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION
with Rodzinski and ths New York Philharmonic
B ERLIOZ'REQUIEM-Rochester Oratorio Society
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In a battle of stars, Cooley
downed Chicago House 2-1, to win
the I-M residence hall paddle-
ball championship yesterday.
Jim Elsman, Daily editorial di.
rector, beat Cooley's Tom'Utsman,
East Quad president, for the
only Chicago victory. Lou Hahn,
Cooley president, swept past Rudy
Hernando, highly touted fresh-
man. tennis player, In the other
single match.
Cooley's. Trojans iced the title
when the doubles team of Dave
Markini and Dave Kratze ran
over the Chicago. House duo of
Francis Lemery and David Catron.
The win in. paddleball increases
Cooley's chances to 'overtake
Gomberg for the lead in I-M
sports competition among resi-
dence halls.

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