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,Y MAIL 16$'1958

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

V. MAY 16. 1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Nine

Meets

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Koch To Pitch Against Boilermakers;
Diamondmen Battle Illini in Twin Bill

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By AL SINAI
Michigan's baseball team, faced
with the tremendous task of win-
nfng their remaining games to
maintain a title chance, play Pur-
due today and Illinois in a double-
header tomorrow at Varsity Field.
Field.
The Wolverines currently hold
fourth place in the Conference
while both Illinois and Purdue are
breathing down their necks with
a 4-4 record.
"We've been thin all year, but
these weekend games will find us
in worse shape than ever," 'said
Coach Ray Fisher.
Lose Brown
Fisher was especially upset by
the loss of third baseman Dave
Brown, who will miss at least the
next three games with a dislocated
shoulder. Brown has been hitting
at a .403 pace and has fielded ex-
tremely well.
Al Koch, 1-0 in Conference play,
will take to the mound against the
Boilermakers Friday hoping to im-
prove upon the Wolverines' dismal
exhibition of pitching this season.
However, their hittihg has held
up extremely well, as the Wolver-
ines have belted the ball at an
overall .309 clip. Jim Dickey leads
IMajor League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
New York 15 5 .750 -
Washington 1311 .542 4
Baltimore 11 11 .500 5
Detroit 13 14 .481 5/2
4, Cleveland 13 14 .481 51/
Boston 12.15 .444 6%/
Chicago 9 14 .391 7 Y2
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore at New York, rain
Kansas City 3, Chicago 0
Cleveland 8, Detroit 5
Only games scheduled.
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Washington (N)
Baltimore at Boston (N)
Chicago at Cleveland (N)
Detroit at Kansas City (N)

the team in hits with 32, and in
RBI's with 22.
Purdue started out fast with
three straight, Big Ten wins, but
has had pitching trouble since
then. Either Dave Hull or Gerry
Lawlis will probably go against
Michigan.
"Purdue's pitching is about on
a par with oars." said Fisher.
"But when we play Illinois, we'll
really be up against some top
boys."
Seniors Frank Schwartz and
James Flynn are the stalwarts
of the Illini pitching staff. Right
behind them is Junior Bob Tedes-
co, who has one of the finest curve
balls in the conference.
Illini Boast Hitters
Illinois also boasts of having one
of the leading home run hitters in
the conference. He is John Jura-
sevich who has blasted four round-
trippers to tie for the Big Ten lead
while slamming .469 to stand third
in hitting. The Illini are tied for
the league leadership in fielding
with Minnesota.
John Herrnstein,. who has a
conference record of 1-2, will face
Illinois in one of Saturday's games.
He hopes to be able to regain the
strikeout pitch which he seemed
to lose against Northwestern.
Liakonis Tops Pitchers
Nick Liakonis, who now leads
the Wolverines in strikeouts with
24, will also work against the Illini.
Liakonis has proved to be one of
the Wolverine's steadiest pitchers.
He has an overall record of 2-1,
and stands 3-1 for the season.
"If- our pitching comes through,
and we stop making the bad mis-
takes that have already cost us
a great chance for the crown, we
should be able to win this week-
end," said Fisher.
T rkeyC ops
Swim Title
Turkey captured the Interna-
tional Center swim championship
yesterday at the Varsity Pool. The
victors piled up a total of 35 points
in splashing to the crown.
China was a close runner-up
scoring, 30 points. They were fol-
lowed by India with 15 points and
the Arab Nations with 11.
Richard Han of China was the
individual, star as he was vic-
torious in two events, the 50-yard
and 100-yard freestyle events. He
was the only double winner.
Sami Shah of the Arab Nations
took first place in the fifty-yard
backstroke with p time of 38.5
seconds.

Risk New Streak in Home Finale Today;
Meet Wildcats in Evanston Tomorrow.
By GARY GUSSIN absence of their number one play- He held his announcement of the
Riding the crest of a three- er, Jon Erickson, providing signi- remainder of the Michigan lineup
match winning streak, Michigan's ficant evidence that they should untiL this morning.
tennis team will close out its home defeat Indiana today. For these matches he will choose
season at 2:30 p.m. today against Indiana will be led by Gerry from George Korol, Frank Fulton,
Indiana's Hoosiers. onWly ilVg n an
The Wolverines will attempt to Parchute and Bill Petrick in the John Wiley, Bill Vogt and Wayn1
Thd IndianaWoitsestrecentmpstofirst two singles slots, and the Peacock.
add Indiana to its most recent list two combine to give the Hoosiers
of victims which includes Wiscon-d s
sin, Michigan State and Western a top doubles combination.
sin Michigan State and Weern Both players are holdovers from You can seI ur
Following the Indiana match last year, but neither has an im-
Michigan will travel to Evanston, pressive record in competition this
1i.hfoga contest with Northwest- season. They will be supported by
er which will close out the dual veterans Bob Gray and Dean Dix-
meet season. Next weekend brings on in third and fourth singles and
the final action of the season with newcomers Jack Fitzpatrick and anytime at
the Big Ten meet at Northwestern, Harry Garnette in fifth and sixth
May 22-24. singles. FOLLETTS
Seek Repeat Win Erickson, Harris Start
Last year, the Hoosiers fell vic Michigan will probably go, as itor CASH !
tim to the powerful Michigan a- has all season, with Erickson, Cap-fo CA H
gregation, 8-1, for one of the twoain John Harris and Bob Sassone
losses they suffered during the in the top three singles positions.
lose teysufeedduin te Coach Bill Murphy was unde- Read and Use
season. ecided about who would start in the
Neither team will be as strongreangsilsmtcsorwo
as it was last year since both have remaining singles matches or who
lost half their players through DailyeClassifieds
graduation.
Michigan appears to be stionger,
however, if it is possible to judge
teams on comparative scores.
Early in the season the Hoosiers
lost to Western Michigan, a top
midwestern independent, 6-3.
Beat Western
The Wolverines downed Western
on Wednesday, 7-2, despite the ta mnst wnaIlk noi i*t shas in fawn

DICK SYRING PAUL POULOS
. possible starter ... probable starter
Intrasquad Scrimmage
Climaxes Grid Practice

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JIM DICKEY
...*top Michigan hitter
Davis Cup
Team Plays
Venezuela
By The Associated Press
CARACAS, Venezuela - Barry
McKay, former Michigan tennis
star, will play on the United States
Davis Cup team which will face
Venezuela in the opening round of
matches today.
The anti-American sentiment in
this country, brought to a boiling
point during the visit of United
States Vice-President Nixon, is not
expected to interfere with the
Davis Cup matches.
Heriberto Andres, president of
the Venezuelan Tennis Federation,
said he saw no reason for post-
poning or transferring the matches
to another country.'
Ham Richardson, spokesman for
the United States team pending
the arrival of Perry Jones, non-
playing captain, said yesterday the
Venezuelan Federation had as-
sured him the matches could be
held peacefully.
The other member of the team
along with McKay is Bill Quillian
of Seattle.
Two singles matches will be
played today, the doubles Satur-
day and the final singles matches
Sunday.

By, JIM BENAGH
Michigan's dominantly - young
football squad will split up tomor-
row for the annual Blue-White1
spring game-the climax of a five-+
week talent hunt.+
The game will be held at the
Stadium and will begin at 2 p.m.
There is no charge for the game
and free programs will be avail-
able.
Predict Large Crowd
Athletic publicity director, Les
Etter predicted that "possibly
6,000 or 7,000 may see the game,
if the weather is right." About
4,000 watched the spectacle last
year, when the second team Whites
upset the Blues, 25-12, in regula-
tion time, but later lost in an
"extra period," 31-12.
The past could easily repeat it-
self with Coach Bennie Ooster-
baan forseeing "a hotly contested
affair with so many new men."
Teams Balanced
"The squads will be more evenly
balanced than in the past, and we
should have a good game," said
Backfield Coach Bump Elliot,
echoing Oosterbaan's enthusiasm.
Coaches devoted yesterday to a
close look at freshmen and re-
serves, hoping to find a right com-
bination to use against the first
string Blues.
Ptacek Named Quarterback
In a late move, Bob Ptacek was
named by the coaches as the
probable starting quarterback, re-
placing injured Stan Noskin. Dar-
rell Harper will move into Ptacek's
left halfback position.
John Spidel and Jim Sytek will
back up Ptacek at quarterback.
Sytek starred for the Whites in
last year's game and was a varsity-
killer in two pre-season practice
games last fall.
Pick Lineup
Guard Paul Poulos and end Bob
Johnson, reserves last fall, have
worked their way into the prob-
able lineup. The only freshmen
hopeful is Dick Syring, who may
share duties with Jim Byers at
center.

The coaches named the follow-
ing as other probable starters for
the Blues: Walt Johnson, right
end; Willie Smith, right tackle;
George Genyk, left tackle; Tony
Rio, fullback; and Fred Julian,
right half.
The Morton Trophy for the most
improved player in spring practice
will be awarded tomorrow.

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San Francisco
Chicago
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YESTERD*Y'S

LEAGUE
W L Pct.
18 9 .667
16 8 .667
18 10 .641
14 15 .483
19 13 .435
10 15 .400
10 16 .385
10 18 .357
RESULTS

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Milwaukee at Philadelphia, rain
Cincinnati 9, Pittsburgh 4
Los Angeles 4, Chicago 2
San Francisco 4, St. Louis Z
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N)
San Francisco at Chicago
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N)
Los Angeles at St. Louis (N)

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Psi OmegaWmins Pro Softball Title

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By STEVE ROGERS
Exploding for eight runs in the
top of the seventh inning, Psi
Omega whipped the Lawyers' Club
11-3 and became the pro fraternity
softball champions yesterday at
Wines Field.
PAK Takes Second
Phi Alpha Kappa won the second
place professional fraternity
championship by trouncing Phi
Chi 11-0. Delta Theta Pi edged out.
Alpha Chi Sigma 8-7, and thus
became third place champions.
Psi Omega was forced into over-
time by the Law Club, who came
from behind to tie the score three
all at the end of regulation time.
Hit Fluke Homer.
Joe Schneider led off in the top
of the seventh with what looked
like a solid single to left. The ball,
however, hit a rock on the first
bounce, hopped over a greatly
surprised left fielder, and gave
Schneider a home run.
Schneider's hit opened the gate
for the Psi Omega hitters, who
up to the seventh inning had been

limited to three runs on six hitsj
by the Law Club's hurler, Jerry
Leipply.
A single and a more legitimate
home run by Psi Omega's winning
pitcher, Bob Dulude, followed
Schneider's poke, and before the
inning was over, a total of eight
runs were scored.
"The roof really caved in" said1
Leipply, when he finally retired
the side.
Pitchers' Battle
Surprisingly enough, the game
was quite a pitcher's battle until
the zany seventh. Psi Omega's
starting hurler George Hoaglin
was throwing an almost perfect
game until he ran into control
trouble in the fifth frame.
He retired 12 of the 13 batters
he faced in the first four innings,
six on strike outs. Hoaglin gave up
only one hit; the only runner to
reach base was on a single to left
in the second. Psi Omega's left
fielder, however, let the ball roll
through his legs giving the lawyers
their first run.

Hoaglin retired the first batter
to face him in the top of the fifth,
but then he ran into his control
problem. He walked four of the
next five Law Club batters, forcing
in another lawyer run and bring-
ing Bob Dulude to the mound.
Dulude walked the first man
he faced, but then he settled down,
holding the lawyers hitless and
scoreless the last innings.

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including newest recruit, Stan
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June 8.
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