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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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jolverine Nine Splits Double Header

By GIL SAMBERG
cing off a crushing 6-1 de-
n the first game, Michigan
a, 2-0 decision over Central
gan in the night cap yester-
>ehind the shutout .pitching
rde Barnhart.'
a Wolverines' opener of the
baseball season turned out
a mirror image of last year's
eheader confrontation be-
i the two teams.

A year ago the Wolverines split
the two-game series, taking the
first game in an overpowering 13
hit exhibition while dropping the
second in a 4-3 squeaker.
In the first game yesterday
the Chippewas, who have allowed
only seven earned runs in their
last six games, threw Doug Van-
derWall (3-0), their top starter,
against the Michigan nine. He was
effective in handcuffing his op-

ponents and pitched to the easy
6-1 decision.
CMU scored one in the first in-
ning on two singles sandwiched
around a walk. They then explod-
ed in the second when, after Mich-
igan's Jim Bobel allowed a walk,
VanderWall singled. Gary Streiter,
the Chips' center fielder, follow-
ed with a long fly to right which
Bob Gilhooley raced back for,
caught, and then, off balance, bob-

bled. The double was responsible'
for two runs, and Streiter was
driven in later by a ground rule
double.
Their other two runs came on a
walk and three singles in the sixth
and three more singles in the
eighth.
Michigan's lone run came on a
walk to Dan DiNunzio, batting for
reliever Bill Wahl in the eighth,
a wild pitch by VanderWall, a

One Api ee
FIRST GAME'

CHIGAN
lo, 2b
emore, c
te, ef
npbell, ss
yers, if
onds, lb
liooley, rf
tff, 3b
iel, p
iNuni~o, rf
nberton, p

zldt, p
tals
TRAL MICHIGAN
iter, vf
itz lb
er, if
ington, 3b
wczyk, ss
ytowskI, 0

AB R H
3 0 0
4 0 0
2 0 0
300
2 0'0
2 0 0
1 1 0
1200
0 0 0
27 1 '2
AB R H
4 L 3
3 0 2
300
4 0 0
5'0 :A
3 3, 2
27 1 2
36 6 14
srtin in

P

als
alked for Wahl In 6th.
ounded out for Pembel

ENTRAL MICHIGAN 130 001 010-6
ICHIGAN 000 000 010-1
E--Noce. LOB-Central Michigan
, Michigan s.
SECOND GAME
ICHIGAN AB R H
aslo, 2b 21 0
zemore, e 2 0 1
ate, cf 2'0 1
unpbel, ss . 3 0 1,
eyers, if 3 0 0
imonds, lb 2 0 0
ilihooley, rf 2 1 "0
kaff, 3b 2'0 0
arunhart, p 2 0 0
Totals 20 2 3
ENTRAL MICHIGAN AR <H
reiter,, et 3 0 0
ellitz, lb 3 0 0
ier, rf 3 0 0
uller, if 2"0 2
arrington, 3b 2 0 0
Walker, 1 0 0
ooth (6), 3b 00 0
rowczyk, as 2 0 0
rytowski, C 2.0 0
Sticker1 1 0 0
ach, 2b 3 0 2
oron, p 30 0O
Totals 200 3
-Struck out for Harringtln in 6th.
-Lined out for Korytowski in 7th.
ENTRAL MICHIGAN 000 000 0-0
ICHIGAN 001 100 x-2
E - Bach in 4th. LOB-Central
Uchigan 7, Michigan 6.

IN FIRST.SCRIMMAGE:
G;ridders 'Hrd Hitting'--Elliott

By SCOTT BLECH
"Generally speaking, the hitting
was good but we have a lot of
polishing to do," Coach Bump
Elliott commented yesterday aft-
ernoon after his Wolverines had
just completed the spring's firs$
football scrimmage.
The Blue team comprised of the
first three units overpowered the
Whites, 42-12, in the action that
featured open-field running, long
pass plays and hard-nosed line
play. The purpose of these spring
scrimmages is "to give an indi-
Toronto Nips
Wins,3-2
TORONTO QP) - Speedy Bob
Pulford broke loose for a dramat-
ic last minute goal while his To-
ronto team was.shorthanded last
night to give the Leafs a 3-2 de-
cision in the opener of the Stan-
ley Cup hockey finals with the
Detroit Red Wings.
A happy crowd of 14,075 fans
saw the Leafs, who had trailed
from the opening moments of the
game, come from behind to tie
the score early in the third per-
diod setting up Pulford's winning
dash.
Allan Stanley of the Leafs had
gone to the penalty box at 19:17
of the final period and Detroit
was pressing hard around Leaf
goalie Johnny Bower. Pulford siz-
zled between Gordie Howe and
Norm Ullman of 'the Wings and
skated 90 feet for a close-in blast
that beat Detroit goalie Terry
Sawchuk cleanly with only two
seconds of play left.

cation of the available personnel,"
Elliott added.
Dehlin Scores
The Blues started the scoring
early as Barry Dehlin, replacing
Mel Anthony who was ill, snuck
across the goal line from one
yard out after halfback Bob
Quist had romped for 33 yards to
set up the score. This twosome
proved again to be successful as
Dehlin scored later on a six yard
dash after Quist sped 22 Yards to
set up the tally.
Quarterback Bob Timberlake re-
ceived a head injury that was re-
portedly not serious and his chores
were taken up by Pete Hollis. Hol-
lis led the Blue squad to pay dirt
when Tom Brigstock climaxed a
drive with a four yard touchdown
run. The only other tally by last
fall's varsity came on a jaunt
with a blocked punt by burly
guard John Marcum.
Top Frosh
The freshmen were primarily re-.
sponsible for the other five scores
behind the leadership of quarter-
backs Dick Vidmer, Wally Gabler
and Rick Volk. Jim Detweiler
crossed the goal line after taking
a pitch out from Vidmer just in-

side the five yard stripe. The
touchdown was set up by five to
10 yard runs by Detweiler, stocky
Dave Fisher, and speedy Carl
Ward. Detweiler notched his sec-
ond touchdown a little later on an
eight yard smash through the
White defense.
Gabler Scrambles
Quarterback Wally Gabler, after
earlier scrambling for 20 yards,
shocked the Blue defense again
as he teamed up with end Bill
Fette to complete a 50-yard scor-
ing pass play. Gabler was credited
with another nice run-this one
for 15 yards-before Vidmer re-
turned to play. Vidmer hit' Ben
Farabee and Jeff floyne with pass-
es totaling 35 yards and then
handed off to fullback Fisher who.
scored from the four yard line.

walk to Tom Laslo, and a line
single up the middle by veteran
Ron Tate. The Wolverines' only
other hit of the game was by Bob
Gilhooley in the third.
Michig'an used four pitchers in
the game. Bobel (0-3) opened and
was not effective, allowing four
runs and six hits while striking
out four. Bill Wahl pitched the
middle three innings, having only
one under-par stanza in which he
gave up one run on three hits.
The final three were divided be-
tween Marlin Pemberton, who
pitched the seventh and eighth,
and Paul Schuldt who set the side
down in order in the ninth.
The nightcap saw the Wolver-
ines outhit (5-3) but not outscored,
as they took a 2-0 decision. Jun-
ior southpaw Clyde Barnhardt
finally shut off the faucet of Cen-
tral hits as he struck out the side
twice, throwing seven strikeouts in
all, and allowed but one walk in
the seven inning game.
Palmer Still
HolIds Lead
By The Associated Press
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- A gambling,
charged up Arnold Palmer ex-
ploded three straight birdies in a
thunderclap finish for a three-
under-par 69 yesterday and shot
into a five-stroke lead with one
round to play in the Masters Golf
Tournament.
Palmer has a 54-hole total of
206, 10 under par, and is a virtual
cinch to become the first ever to
win four Masters. Australian Bruce
Devlin trails Palmer at 211 and
Dave Marr is third at 212. A
feared ghost of the past, Ben
Hogan, moved into the picture
with a five-under-par 67. Hogan
now has a total of 215.

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Cincinnati 7, Chicago (A) 0
Oklahoma City (PCL) 4, Houston 3
Milwaukee 2, New York (A) 1
Baltimore 11, New York (N) 0
Pittsburgh 16, Philadelphia 3
St. Louis 9 Kansas City 7 (10 inns)
San Francisco 12, Cleveland,7
Minnesota 4, Detroit 3

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