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FRMAY. MAY 2. 1958

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TREE

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!Michigan Tennis Team Bak Detroit in 6

opener

Maintains Unbeaten String
With 46th Straight Victory

INDIANA TWIN BILL HERE TOMORROW:
'M' Diamondmen Host Powerful Ohio State Today

By BOB ROMANOFF
Everything was in Michigan's
favor yesterday as they shut out
a weak Detroit team 9-0 to win
their 46th consecutive dual meet.
The Titans were completely out-
classed by Michigan as they were
prevented from taking a set. They
were shut out in seven sets, and
won more than two games in only
three sets.
This rout prompted Coach Bill
Murphy to comment, "the team
wasn't hard pressed enough to give
me much information concerning
their ability."
In the number one singles match
Jon Erickson defeated Andy Nas-
ser 6-2, 6-4 with a combination
of booming serves and smashing
slams. Throughout the match
Erickson's service was such that
Nasser was forced to lob them
back thus setting the 6'5" Erick-
son up for slams.
In thefirst set Nasser fell be-
hind 3-0 before he was able to
win a game. The score was 60-love,

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but it proved to be a small detri-
ment to Erickson. His main trouble
of the afternoon was his tendency
to hit the ball into the net, con-
tributing to most of Nasser's points.
In the second. set Nasser broke
Erickson's opening service and at
the end of four games he held a
3-1 advantage. Sensing defeat
Erickson found himself before it
was too late and went on to take
five of the next six games.
Harris Wins Easily
In the number two singles match
Nasser's brother George fared even
worse as Captain John Harris
breezed to a 6-0. 6-0 victory.
George Korol playing number
three singles in place of Bob
Sassone, who had an exam, was
the hardest pressed Wolverine of
the afternoon but he still man-
straight sets, 6-3, 7-5.
aged to take Don Milazzo in
In the number five and six
singles matches, which Murphy
was most interested in since the
fight for places on the team will
come at these positions, Bill Vogt
and John Wiley handily whipped
their opponents.
Take Doubles Sets
The three doubles matches were
also easily won by the Wolverines.
In the third doubles Murphy sub-
stituted Wayne Peacock for Wiley
because he considers Peacock to
be a better doubles player.
Besides the win, Michigan was
also blessed with the first nice
weather in more than a week, and
there was a large crowd watching
the matches which surprised Mur-
phy who had expected a small
crowd because of the competition
and starting time.
SUMMARIES
Singles
Erickson (M) def. A. Nasser (D), 6-2,
6-4.
Harris (M) def. G..Nasser (D), 6-0, 6-0
Korol (M) def. Milazzo (D), 6-3, 7-5
Fulton (M) def. Drinan (D), 6-0, 6-1
Vogt (M) def. Jordan (D), 6-0, 6-0
Wiley (M) def. Fiorillo (D) 6-1, 6-0
Doubles
Erickson-Harris (M) def. Nasser-Nas-
ser (D), 6-2, 6-2
Fulton-Vogt (M) def. Milazzo-Drinan
(D), 6-1, 6-1
Peacock-Korol (M) def. Fiorillo-Jor-
dan (D), 6-0, 6-2

By STEVE ROGERS
Michigan's baseball team puts
its two-game winning streak on
the line against Ohio State Uni-
versity at 3:30 p.m. today at Ferry
Field.
The Wolverines will then com-
plete their second weekend of Big
Ten play when they host Indiana
in a doubleheader tomorrow, get-
ting underway at 1:30 p.m.
According to Coach Ray Fisher,
this will be the big weekend for
Michigan. "If we get through these
games successfully," the veteran
mentor said, "we will be in good,
shape for the Big Ten title."
Experts Pick OSU
Fisher feels, however, that this
may not be too easy to accomplish.
In today's game, his team will be
facing a highly rated Ohio State
nine, picked by many to win the
Conference crown. The Buckeyes,
are tied with Michigan for third!
place in the Big Ten standings,
with both teams holding 2-1
records.
Fisher will try to stop Ohio State
by putting southpaw John Herrn-
stein on the mound. Herrnstein,
who beat Michigan State last Sat-
urday 10-1, will be opposed by ace
Buckeye lefthander Ron Nisch-
witz.
Fisher has a great deal of re-

spect for the Ohio State mound
crew and doesn't expect his boys
to score too many runs against it.
Backing up the undefeated Nisch-
witz will be Jim Rutecki (2-0), Joe
Dzingeleski (3-:0) and Galen Cisco,
a five-game winner last season.
Indiana Rated High
Indiana, tomorrow's foe, prom-
ises to be no easier for the Wol-
verines than Ohio State.
After a mediocre 8-6 pre-Con-
ference game record, the Hoosiers
became the surprise team in the
Big Ten by winning their first
three league games. This quick
start has placed Indiana in a first
place tie with Purdue in the BigI
Ten standings.
Fisher is not yet certain who will
work against the Hoosiers. He said,
however, that either Al Koch, Nick
Liakonis, or Bob Sealby will have
starting assignments in the double-
header.
Indiana Coach Ernie Andres will
probably have right handers Paul
Michaels and Larry Atkinson on
the hill against the Wolverines.
Weather Plagues 'M
High winds and cold weather
which plagued the Ann Arbor area
early this week prevented Fisher
from accomplishing all he wanted
to in practice sessions. Yesterday,
however, he managed to get in a
long round of batting practice and
a little work with his starting in-
field.

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
LEADING HITTERS
G AB R H
Colavito, Cleveland 9 26 4 11
Cerv, Kansas City 13 48 19 20
Robinson, Baltimore 11 35 6 14
HOME RUNS
Cerv, Kansas City
Jensen, Boston
Triandos, Baltimore
Williamns, Boston
Lollar, Chicago
Maris, Cleveland
RUNS BATTED IN
Cerv, Kansas City
Jensen, Boston
Minoso, Cleveland
Vernon, Cleveland
F. Boling, Detroit
Kuehn,Detroit
Skowron, New York

Fisher plans to use the same but he has a lack of first rate
starting lineup that gave him a players to maneuver.
twin-killing of Michigan State Another reason for Fisher being
latSat-kdyinoday'shi temore or less handcuffed as to
last Saturday in today's Ohio State making changes is that he must
game. He would like to make a use Herrnstein and Sealby alter-
few changes in his starting team, nately as pitchers and outfielders,

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BACKHAND SMASH - Jon Erickson, Michigan's number one
singles player, returns one of the vollies by Detroit's Andy Nasser
and goes on to win the match in straight sets, 6-2, 6-4.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
G AB R H Pct.
Musial, St. Louis 13 53 13 28 .528
Temple, Cincinnati 11 42 10 17 .405
Mays, San Francisco 15 62 13 25 .403
HOME RUNS
Walls, Chicago 9
Sauer, Sai Francisco 7
Mathews, Milwaukee 6
RUNS BATTED IN
Walls, Chicago 17
Spencer, San Francisco 14
Sauer, San Francisco 13
Cepedea, San Francisco 13
Ennis, St. Louis 13

By MEL ROSEN
I-M softball play yesterday was
marked by both the greatest show
of slugging power and one of the
best displays of pitching talent this
season has seen.
Immediately after Sigma Chi
'B' overpowered Phi Gamma Delta
in social fraternity action by the
remarkable score of 69-4, Dick
Courtney of Delta Sigma Delta
spun a no-hit, no-run game to de-
feat Alpha Chi Sigma, 4-0.
Homer Ices Game
Bob Heidenrich of the Delt Sigs
blasted a home run in the second
inning to provide all the support
that Courtney needed. Dave Mac-
Arthur who opposed Courtney

turned in a fine performance by
limiting the Delt Sigs to four
scattered hits. Weak fielding pro-
vided three gift runs for Delta
Sigma Delta.
Included in Sigma Chi's forty-
nine hit attack were eight home
runs, two each hit by Dave Stick-
ney and Jim Stevenson. Sigma Chi
scored all sixty-nine runs in three
innings after which the game was
called due to the one hour and
twenty-five minute time limit for
I-M softball games.
Alpha Kappas Win
In a professional fraternity
game Alpha Kappa Kappa, al-
though outhit seven to five, uti-
lized their hits to best advantage
and defeated Alpha Kappa Psi 12-

7. Ed Peterson, besides pitching a
fine seven hitter, helped out his
own cause by smacking a two run
four bagger in the first inning.
In other professional fraternity
games Delta Sigma Phi smashed
Delta Theta Phi 11-4, Psi Omega
defeated Phi Alpha Kappa 6-2,
Phi Delta Phi crushed Tau Epsilon
Rho 16-7, and Nu Sigma Nu hu-
miliated Phi Delta Chi 20-7.
In 'B' social fraternity contests
Sigma Alpha Mu edged out Zeta
Beta Tau 9-8, Phi Delta Theta de-
feated Delta Tau Delta 15-10,
Beta Theta Pi shut out Delta Up-
silon 9-0, Pi Lambda Phi con-
quered Theta Chi 11-2 and Sigma
Phi Epsilon won over Phi Kappa
Tau on a forfeit.

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By JIM BENAGH
Six of Michigan's seven 1958
conference football opponents will
close drills tomorrow with annual
spring games.
Michigan State and Iowa host
alumni contests, while Illinois,
Ohio State, Northwestern and In-
diana stage intra-squad tilts with
Minnesota scheduling its alumni
tilt for May 17.
Earliest reports from around the
midwest indicate that the powers
of 1957 will hold their own again
this year.
Expert Picks OSU
Wally Weber, Michigan fresh-
man coach, reports that an un-
named pro football scout, who
has just returned from his talent
hunt, summed up prospects, with
"Ohio State first on past record;
Michigan State next on basis of
a strong freshmen crew; Wiscon-
sin third with their sound sopho-
mores of 1957 gaining experience;
Iowa up there with Randy Dun-
can's passing; and Michigan in
contention."
Coach "Woody" Hayes may have
pieced together the finest back-
field in the nation at Ohio State
when he installed Dick LeBeau at
right half thisdspring.
LeBeau Leads Buckeyes
LeBeau, an understudy at right
half last year, has been the terror
of the Buckeye camp recently.
He'll team with Frank Kremblas,
quarterback, and two All Ameri-
ucanrcandidates, Halfback Don
Clark and Fullback Bob White.
Halfback Lee Williams returns
from the army to add to the "rich
get richer" story in Columbus. A
244-lb. second string line will be
there to block for him.
Michigan State's "Duffy"
Daugherty has been bemoaning
the graduation of most of "his
greatest team," but the tradition-
ally good 'freshmen squad and
"red-shirted" reserves will be on
hand.
Martin Plays Fullback
Blanche Martin, a speedy left
half, has been moved to fullback
in the biggest switch. Michigan
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan says,
"he has the ability to play either
position."
Iowa Coach Forest Evashevski
has five regulars returning, but is
sweating over his gaps at tackle.
Mac Lewis, regular center, has laid
claim to one of the openings. Nine
of his 43 sophomores are from the
state of Michigan.

ing seven regulars. Only five sen-
iors are listed on his 70-strong
roster.
The side-saddle T offense that
brought Phil Dickens, present In-
diana tutor, a fine 69-27 won-lost
record at other schools will be
junked in favor of the single wing.
Last year's most valuable play-

er, Tony Alosio will switch from
end to center. Some 55 sophs-to-be
saturate the 89-man roster.
Usually pessimistic Coach Ray
Eliot of Illinois probably has a
mediocre autumn in the making
after injuries and lack of back-
field speed spoiled any hopes this
spring.

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
New York 9 4 .692
Kansas City 8 5 .615
Washington 7 5 .583
Detroit 8 7 .533
Clevelaid 8 7 .533
Baltimore 5 7 .417
Boston 5 10 .333
Chicago 4 9 .308

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San Francisco
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Milwaukee
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9 6 .600 Y2
7 5 .583 1
a 6 .571 1
6 5 .545 1
6 7 .462 2
5 9 .357 4
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 9, Washington 1
Boston 7, Kansas City 6
Chicago 4, Baltimore 3
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Washington (N)
Cleveland at Baltimore (N)
Kansas City at New York
Detroit at Boston

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 7, San Francisco 0
4Chicago 3, Milwaukee 2
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles, inc.
TODAY'S GAMES
Cincinnati at St. Louis (N)
Milwaukee at Chicago
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (N)
Philadelphia at San Francisco (N)

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