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', MAY IS, 1959

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

, MAY 15, 1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wolverine

Netters

Whip

4 p,

Harris Replaces Erickson,
Wins Number One Singles

By BOB ROMANOFF
Michigan's tennis team played
host to the Broncos from Western
Michigan yesterday, and won a
hard fought 7-2 victory.
Due to the absence. of number
one singles player Jon Erickson,
who had a lab that he couldn't
miss, Coach Bill Murphy had to
change his line - up by moving
every player up a notch.
Harris Comes Back
In the first singles match, Mich-
igan Captain John Harris was
forced to come from behind in
both sets to defeat John Cook.
In the first set Harris fell be-
hind, 5-2, as his serve failed him,
but just, when it looked as if all
was lost, he found himself, and
came back to take four straight
SUMMARIES
Singles
Harris (M) def. Cook (WM), 8-6, 6-4.
Sassone (M) def. Yoder (WM), 3-6,
6-1, 6-3
Raffalli (WM) def. Korol (M), 4-6,
r 6-4, 6-4
Fulton (M) def. Strong (WM), 6-2,
6-3
Wiley (M) def. Poort (WM), 6-1, 6-1
Peacock (M) def. Knuth (WM), 6-2,
6-3
Doubles
Vogt-Fulton (M) def. Cook-Yoder
(WM), 8-6, 9-7
Ra falli-Strong (WM) def. Korol-
Wiley (M), 6-3, 6-4
Sassone-Peacock (M) def. Poort-
Knuth (WM), 7-5, 6-2

games. He dropped the next one,
but then took the remaining two
for victory.
The service of both players was
handicapped by the strong wind
which slowed their serves down.
In the second set Harris dropped
back, 1-3, as a result of losing his
service in the third game. In the
sixth game Harris reversed the
tables on Cook and broke his
service, and went on to win, 6-4.
Murphy said of Harris, "He is
just a notch better than Cook."
Sassone Wins
In the number two singles slot
Bob Sassone battled Bronco Cap-
tain Larry Yoder for three sets
before emerging victorious. Unlike
the Illinois meet in which he won
the first set and then dropped the
next two, he did just the opposite
in yesterday's match.
After dropping the first set, 6-3,
he came back to win the next two
sets, 6-1, 6-3.
George Korol, playing in the
number three slot, won his first
set from Jack Raffalli, 6-4, but
didn't have enough to stop his
opponent from coming back to
take the next two sets by identical
6-4 scores.
In the doubles Bill Vogt and
Frank Fulton, playing in the first
slot, were hard pushed to' defeat
Cook and Yoder, 8-6, 9-7.

-Daily-Eric Arnold
HONORED AT LAST NIGHT'S YOST AWARDS BANQUET-Front row (left to right) Dick
Kimball, Neil McDonald, Bob Sealby, Mrs. Fielding H. Yost, Mamon Gibson, Ed Switzer and John
Harris. Standing are Jim Van Pelt, Ed Gagnier, Pete Fries, John Herrnstein, Brendan O'Reilly,
Chuck Clarkston, Cy Hopkins, Jon Erickson, John Kreger, M. C. Burton, Max Pearson, Gordon
Morrow, Walt Johnson, Jack Lousma, George Genyk, and Dave Bowers. Unable to attend were
Barry Hayton and Roger Barron.
Twenty-Four Wolverine Athletes
Receive Yost Achievement Awards

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Major League Standings

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Milwaukee
Pittsburgh
San Francisco
Chicago
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
Los Angeles
YESTERDAY'S

W L Pct. GB
16 8 .667 -
17 9 .654 -
17 10 .630 1%
14 14 .500 4
10 14 .417 6
9 13 .409 6
10 16 .385 7
9 18 .333 8Y2
RESULTS

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
New York 15 5 .750
Washington 13 11 .542
Detroit 13 13 .500
Baltimore 11 11 .500
Cleveland 12 14 .462
Boston 12 1.5 .444
Kansas Ctiy 9 12 .429
Chicago 9 13 .409
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 1, Baltimore 0
Chicago 4, Kansas City 1
Cleveland 9, Detroit 8
Boston 7, Washington 5
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Kansas City
Baltimore at New York
Cleveland at Detroit
Only games scheduled

GB
4
5
5
6
7

By JIM BENAGH
Twenty-four of Michigan's top
athletes were presented 1957-58
Yost Honor Awards for combined
athletic - scholastic achievement
last night.
Ed Gagnier, Bob Sealby and Jim
Van Pelt were honored for the
second straight year.
The awards were established in
1940 and recognize outstanding
men in all athleti( endeavors. An-
nouncements were made at a ban-
quet at the Michigan Union.
Dean of Men Walter B. Rea ad-
dressed the recipients as, "men
who were selected because of

St. Louis 3, San Francisco 2
Milwaukee 4, Phladelphia 1
Pittsburgh 5, Cincinnati 4
Chicago 7, Los Angeles 3
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at Philadelphia (N)
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
Los Angeles at Chicago'
San Francisco at St. Louis

FOR SECOND-PLACE I-M BERTH:
SAE Defeats PKT in Playoffs, 12-3

scholarship, leadership and citi-
zenship to represent the high prin-
ciples that the late Fielding H.
Yost established here."
Yost Coach for 24 Years
Yost coached Michigan to many
football fortunes for 24 years right
after the turn of the century, in-
cluding the famous "point a min-
ute" teams. He also served as
athletic director from 1921 to 1941.
"Along with honoring the stu-
dents," Dean Rea added, "the
awards pay tribute to the coach,
with the hope of keeping the Yost
tradition alive."
Guest speaker at the banquet
was Mrs. Yost, wife of the coach,
who reminisced some of the sports
history at Michigan.
The select group was chosen by
an Awards Committee, headed by
Dean Rea. Others were Athletic
Director Herbert O. Crisler; Prof.
Arthur E. R. Boak; Edward G.
Grossbeck, director, Office of
Registration and Records; and
Herbert G. Watkins, secretary of
the University.
All of the athletes have grade-
point averages of 2.6 or above,
ranging as high as swimmers Pete
Fries' 3.6 and Cy Hopkins' 3.4.
The list included five captains and
two captains-elect.
"It's a nice recognition for men
who are chosen," Dean Rea said,
and concluded, "They represent a
high group."

/

By BILL ZOLLA
In the feature game of yester-
day's action, Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon advanced in the second place
playoffs of social fraternity "A"
softball by defeating Phi Kappa
Tau, 12-3.
SAE received a fine pitching job
from Ron Gregg as he held the
opposition to four safeties. PKT
hurler Tom Mazarec was wild in
the second inning and allowed five
walks,
Delta Sigma Phi Wins
In the other second place play-
ff game, Delta Sigma Phi won
over Theta Xi, 10-2. A freak play
resulted in a big seven-run rally
In the bottom of the fifth to sew
up the game.
With men on first and second
and two out, interference was
called on Theta Xi's catcher, Tom
Hill. The batter was awarded first
base to fill the bases and set the

stage for Terry Parks, who came
up and unloaded them with a
grand slam blast.
In "B" softball action, Phi Ep-
silon Pi advanced in the first
place playoffs by winning over
In another first place game,
Phi Sigma Delta showed classy
fielding and power at the plate
as they shut out Alpha Tau Ome-
ga, 19-0.
Sigma Chi and Phi Delta Theta
advanced in the second place
playoffs by trouncing Alpha Delta

Phi and Chi Psi respectively. Both
winning teams tallied thirteen
runs in their fourth innings as
Sigma Chi won .25-9, and the Phi
Delts did likewise, 30-7.
In the third place playoffs, Tau
Delta Phi crushed Chi Phi, 33-4.
Gene Brandzel crashed a three-
run home run as the Tau Delts
exploded for twelve in the first
and ten more runs in the second.
Theta Chi advanced in the fourth
place playoffs on a forfeiture
from Kappa Sigma.

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Hopkins Made
Swim Captain
Cy Hopkins was elected last
Monday as captain of next sea-
son's Michigan swimming team.
Hopkins, a junior in pre-med,
has been a major factor behind
Michigan's victories in the Na-
tional Collegiate Swimming
Championships the past two
years,
He gave the Wolverines second
place finishes in both the 200-yd.
breaststroke and 200-yd. indi-
vidual medley in the champion-
ships held last March at the Var-
sity Pool.
His best showing in the NCAA
Championships came in his soph-
omore year when he set a meet
record in the breaststroke event
with a time of 2:20. He also holds
the Big Ten Record for this event.
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