THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, MAY 14,
TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY 14,
Wolverine Golfers Easily Defeat Spartans, Buckeyes;
inish Dual Meet Season with Unblemished Record
Highlighting the Wolverines
was Youngberg with a 75-72-147,
and needless to say it was his
best round of the year. Youngberg
started out strong in the. morning
with a one under par 35 for the
first nine. On the second nine ne
had putting trouble and ended up
with a four over par 40, for a
three over par total.
An eagle on the ninth gave
Youngberg a two under par 34
for the first nine of the second.
round, and a two over par 38 on
the back nine, gave him an even
par 72 score, and making him
medalist for the meet.
Honors to Newcomb
Bill Newcomb came through to
gain second honors for the Wol-
verines with a 77-77-144, and
this tied him with Michigan State's
Buddy Badger for second lowest
score. Michigan's Mike Goode,
Tom Ahern, and Joe Brisson were
tied with 155's, and Chuck Newton
was high man with a 159.
Michigan led all the way in the
lopsided victory. After nine the
Wolverines had a four stroke ad-
vantage over MSU, and a 16 stroke
advantage over the Buckeyes; af-
ter the first round Michigan had
increased their lead to 14 strokes
over the Spartans and 18 over
Led After 27
After 27 holes the Wolverines
led the Spartans by 20, and the
Buckeyes by 46, and at the finish
the winning margin was 24 and
52 strokes over MSU and OSU
There were several bright spots
and a few not so bright spots to
the Wolverine victory.
Bright, Bright Sun
Without a doubt, the brightest
spot on the course was the sun.
It was the first time this year,
the Michigan team played in sum-
mer weather, and although the
scores were high, the Michigan
team throughly appreciated the
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change from the rainy weather
that they have tasted in every
other meet this year.
Tom Ahern, after a poor week
in practice sessions, and a poor
first round, came through with a
74 which pleased Michigan Golf
coach Bert Katzenmeyer.
However, Joe Brisson's score of
80 for the second round proved
that the Michigan Captain still
has not fully recovered from his
Katzenmeyer was very pleased
with the Michigan scores on the
second round, but was worried
about those on the first.
As for the high scores Katzen-
meyer had this to say: "Today's
course was in magnificent con-
dition. The pin placements were
those of a championship tourna-
ment, and those players in a not
so good position who elected to
go for the pin payed the price."
However Katzenmeyer was not
throughly pleased with the Michi-
gan golf game. "I don't think we
or any other team here today is
ready for the Conference Meet
On to Bloomington
1) M-Brisson, 75-80-155; MSU-
Badger, 76-78-154; OSU-Podolski,
2) M-Youngberg, 75-72-147; MSU
-Hunt, 80-77-157; OSU-Daniels,
3) M-Newcomb, 77-77-144; MSU
-Schmidt 83-78-161; OSU-Jime-
4) M-Newton, 82-77-159; MSU-
Smith, 78-77-155; OSU-Coleburn,
5) M-Goods, 78-77-155; MSU-
Barrett, 84-76-160; OSU-Meek, 79-
6) M-Ahern, 81-74-155; MSU-
Kleva 81, McMillan 81-162 (Each
played 18 holes); OSU-Moler, 80-
THE STORY OF THE DAY-The glum look on the Northwestern Player leaning on the dugout steps, the woman shielding her head
from the very bright, very hot sun, the Michigan player (Joe Jones) scoring another Wolverine run, and the strain on the Wildcats
reflected in the contorted face of the Northwestern catcher all combine to, give an accurate cross-section of the action and feelings
of yesterday's doubleheader.
Fisher, Marcereau Hurl Five-hit Mound Victories
As wolverines Take Doubleheader from Wildcats
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Strokes . . . . Sinks . . . . Retrieves
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in the first inning-in the ab-
breviated second game.
Northwestern pitcher Jim Humay
may never have another inning
like that one-at least he hopes
he won't. It was like getting in
trouble and then discovering that
Perry Mason was out of town.
Joe Jones hit his first pitch nor
a line single to left but was Thrown
out attempting to pilfer second.
Red hot Dick Honig followed with
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MINNEAPOLIS (P) - Illinois
broke the University of Minne-
sota's phenomenal homepark win-
ning streak at 49 today when
pitcher Ernie Kumerow slugged'
three homers to account for all
runs in a 5-1 victory.
The Illini also defeated the
Gophers in the seven inning
nightcap by a score of 4-3.
The loss also threatened Min-
nesota's unprecedented attempt at
four consecutive Big Ten baseball
championships. The two teams met
yesterday afternoon in the second
game of a doubleheader.
The last time Minnesota had
lost at home was against Indiana
May 25, 1957.
Kumerow, a senior from Chi-
cago,allowed only four hits in
posting his first Big Ten victory.
His homers came in the second in-
ning, with two on, and in the
fourth and sixth, with the bases
Minnesota's only score came on
a homer by Wayne Knapp in the
first inning with the bases empty.
Big Ten Standings
an identical shot that just eluded
the jumping Jim Nelson at short-
stop, and sprinted to second when
Bill Freehan dropped another
single into shallow center.
Humay then walked Dick De-
Lamielleure and Joe Merullo to
force in the first run of the game.
Dennis Spalla beat out a high
bouncer between first and second
for an infield single scoring Free-
han, and Ed Hood drove home two
more with a double to the fence
That finished Humay, and left-
hander Tom Meyer was sum-
moned from the bullpen to face
Syring. It was Meyer's second ap-
pearance in two games. In the first
game he pitched two-thirds of an
inning of scoreless ball in relief.
Should Have Quit
He should have ,quit while he
was ahead, because after he wild
pitched in one run Syring rattled
him for another single, scoring
Hood and giving the Wolverines
their second six run inning of the
current Big Ten season. The other
came in the 24-5 shellacking of
Indiana last week.
In the,-opener Fisher had a three
hit shutout going until the ninth
inning when the Wildcats reached
him for two hits and two runs.
Joe Jones got Fisher in trouble
when he dropped John Schwarm's
grounder pulling it out of his
glove. Neimer and second baseman
Bill Walberg followed with back
to back singles, with Walberg's
Fisher got catcher John Blaser
on a fly to left and appeared to
have salted the game away when
Northwestern left fielder Bob
Shilling rolled a double play ball
to Merullo at third. Menul o'a toss
Take Two-Take First
to Jones at second retired Wal-
berg, but then Jones threw his
relay past Freehan at first for his
second error of the inning, en-
abling Neimer to score.
Fisher averted any further
trouble when he struck out Hu-
may, who was pinch hitting, to
end the ballgame.
The multitude of Northwestern
pitchers-four of them saw action
--cooled Freehan off somewhat
yesterday. After two homers and
a double on Friday against Wis-
consin, his three singles in six
trips seemed like the aftermath
to VJ day.
When you get three singles it's
hard to say that somebody else
picked up the slack. But that's
what happened. Third baseman
Joe Merullo broke loose in the
first game with two doubles and
a single to drive in two runs.
The Wolverines played almost
entirely without heavy hitting first
baseman Barry Marshall. Leading
off the second inning of the first
game,,Marshall pulled up lame at
second base after smasning a
double to the foot of the center
Lund removed him from the
game minutes later after he was
thrown out at the plate trying to
limp home on Honig's single.
MICHIGAN AB R H RBI
Jones, 2b 4 10 0
Newman, rf 4 1 2 0
Freehan, c-lb 4 1 2 2
Marshall, lb 1 0 1 0
Syring,c c4 0 0 0
Merullo, 3b 3 2 3 2.
Steckley, If 4 1 1 1
Hood, cf 3 00 0
Honig, ss 3 0 2 1
Fisher, p 3 1 1 0
Totals 33 7 12 6
NORTHWESTERN AB R H RBI
Snider, cf 2 0 0 0
Nelson, ss 40 1 0
Weaver, lb 3 0 0 0
Schwarm, rt 4 1 0 0,
Neimer, 3b 4 1 3 0'
Walberg, 2b 4 0 1 1
Blaser, c 4 00 0
Shilling, if 3 0 0 0
Garbeff, p 2 0 0 0
Meyer, p 0 00 0
Teder 1 00 0
Miller, , p 0 0 0 0
Humay 1 0 0 0
Totals 32 2 5 1
E-Neimer, Jones (2). 2B-Mar-
shall, Merullo (2). 3B--Steckley. SF
-Honig. WP-Garbeff. LOB-NW-5,
Northwestern 000 000 002-2 5 1
MICHIGAN 000 201 31x-7 12 2
IP H R ER BB SO
Fisher (W) 9 5 2 0 4 10
Garbeff (L) 6Y 11 6 6 3 6
Meyer % 0 0 0 0 2
Miller 1 1 1 1 2 0
AB H RBI
3 0 1 0
'2 1 0 1
3 1 1
2 1 1 2
2 0 0 0
22 6 7 5
AB R HRBI
4 1 1: 0
3 1 0 0
'3 0 1 0
3 .0 1 l
0 0, 0 0
2 5 2
MICHIGAN 7-6, Northwestern 2-3
Illinois 5-4, Minnesota 1-3
Wisconsin 6-4, Michigan State 4-8
Indiana 14-7, Ohio State 8-6
Purdue 19-6, Iowa 8-10
E-Honig, Merullo. 2B-Hood. PB
-Syring. WP-Humay, Meyer. HBP
-Schwarm by Marcereau. LOB --
Northwestern 010 000 2-3 5 0
MICHIGAN 600 000 x-6 7 2
IP H R ER BB SO
6% 5 3 1 2 2
5% 1 0 0 3 2
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