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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1960

THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20,1960

M' Baseball Team
itters Slap Out 14 Hits in Easy Win,
itchers Limit Chips to Seven Hits

allops Central Michigan, 13-4

T igers Beat Indians 4-2 in 15 Innings
As American League Gets Under Way

By DAVE ANDREWS
Uchigan's power laden base-
team rolled to an easy 13-4
ory over a good Central Michi-
team in a game played yester-
afternoon at Ferry Field.

Bats Boom

CENT. MICHIGAN AB
Mrozinski, Cf ....... 5
Borek, rf ............ 3
Smith, 2b.......... 2
H~ubel, if............. 4
Bellil, lb.......... 3
Goulette, 3b ........ 5
L cavoll, ss ......... 5
Kain, c........... 2
Veach, p............1I
Gronda.............I
Knipchild, p ... 0
Briley, p.............1
Marlatt.....,,..... I
Haight, c ............ 0
Borndo...............1
Fayre ............. 30
TOTALS "...,...... 34

MICHIGAN
Hood, cf...........
Struczewski, ss .....
Ziegler, ss........
Roman, lb ..........
Fead, lb...........
Brown, If .......
Danovich, If ........
Franklin, rf.......
DeLamielleure, rf
Marshall, 2b........
Fick, 2b .............
Syring, C ..........
Merullo, 3b .........
Kucher, 3b........
Koch, p ..........
BrefEld, p.........
Mogk, p.......
Marcereau, p ........
TOTALS ..........

AB
3
3
0
4
1
4
1
0
1
3
1
5
3
1
2
1
2
0
35

R
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
4
R
2
1
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13

H RBI
0 1
1 0
1 1
1 0
1 2
0 0
S 0
0 0
1 0
1 0
0 0
0 0
1 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
7 4
H RBI
1 0
1 1
0 0,
2 3
0 0
3 2
10
0 0
1 0
2 2
0 0
2 3
0 0
0 0
1 0
0 0
0 1
0 0
14 14
4 7 4
13 14 2

In their last game before the
Big Ten flag chase starts Friday,
the Wolverines jumped on three
Central pitchers for 14 hits and
scored in six difference innings as
they rolled up a 12 run lead in the
first six frames.
Bob Veach, grandson of ex-De-
troit Tiger star Billy Veach was
the first to feel the sharpness of
the Michigan bats. Barry Marshall
lashed a two out double in the first
inning to drive home the first two
Wolverine runs and Coach Don
Lund's charges were off and run-
ning.
First of Two
Dave Brown drove in the first
of his two runs with his second
of three hits in the third inning
and Bill Roman got two more
home in the fourth with a solid
blast to right field.
The big explosion came in the
sixth inning after, one was out.'
Fve hits, three walks and a field-
er's choice manufactured six runs
and an insurmountable lead.
Meanwhile Al Koch and Jack
Mogk had been holding the Chip-
pewas scoreless. Koch, who started
the game and received credit for
the win, gave -up four hits in his

five innings of work but was never
in serious trouble after the first,
inning.
Mogk Strong
Mogk appeared strong as he
fired his fast ball past five hitters
and had several hitters looking
like Little Leaguers with a beauti-
ful change-up.
Lund, obviously happy with his
teams' tremendous showing at the1
plate, remained silently confident
about Michigan's chances in the
forthcoming Big Ten race.
"We've been really kicking out,"
said Lund, "but we've got a tough!
one on Friday and we are going
to need everything."
Conference Opens
The tough one he is referring,
to is the Conference opener with
Illinois. The Illini, rated in pre-
season estimates as one of the top
teams in the Conference should
test the batting strength of Michi-
gan to the hilt.
However from the fine 10-3 ex-
hibition record, the better than
.315 team batting average, and the
stingy attitude of the pitchers, the
Wolverines appear to be taking
the role of Big Ten dark horse
seriously; they appear ready.

.,

The Detroit Tigers, with no help
at all from Rocky Colavito's bat,
and the defending champion Chi-
cago White Sox, still winning by
one run, pushed off with victories
yesterday as the American. League
completed its belated 1960 start
before 162,326 fans.
The Tigers defeated the Cleve-
land Indians, who shipped Cola-
vito to Detroit Sunday for Harvey
Kuenn, 4-2 in 15 innings, and the
White Sox beat Kansas City 10-9
on Minnie Minoso's second home
run, a solo shot in the ninth.
The New York Yankees, grimly
intent on a comeback, beat the
Boston Red Sox 8-4 on a pairof
homers by newcomer Roger Maris.
Baltimore took a 3-2 decision from
the Washington Senators.
In the only National League day
game, the Los Angeles Dodgers
broke a tie for first with San
Francisco by beating the Giants
4-0.
The day's largest crowd--52,756
-turned out at Cleveland, many
ready for the worst after General
Manager Frank Lane's unpopular
swap. But Colavito, the golden boy
of Injun fans, was 0-for-6 and
struck out four times. Kuenn, the
AL's bat champ (.353) last year,
was 2-for-7 for Cleveland.
In the end, it was Al Kaline, a
veteran Tiger standby, who rapped
a two-run single that won it in
the 15th.
Minoso drove in six runs and
put it away for the White Sox

By The Associated Press

leading off the ninth against los-
ing reliefer John Tsitouris. Minnie
also hit a grand-slam homer in
the fourth.1
A walk and Gene Woodling's
seventh-inning double broke a 2-21
tie for the Orioles before 32,747
at Baltimore, giving the victory to
reliever Jack Fisher. Pete Romos,
who also gave up a two-run homer
by Brooks Robinson, lost it.
Left-hander Johnny Podres (1-
0) and reliever Ed Roebuck com-
bined for a five-hit shutout

against the Giants. A triple by
Carl Furillo and rookie Tom
Davis' sacrifice fly gave the
Dodgerk the run they needed in
the second against loser Billy
O'Dell (0-2).
The two Senior circuit night
games saw the Philadelphia Phils
top the Pittsburgh Pirates behind
the three-hit pitching of Jim
Owens, 4-3, and the St. Louis
Cardinals finally win their first
game of the year, 5-2 over the
Chicago Cubs.

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Major League Standings

GB

-Daily-Ian MacNiven
CLOSE PLAY-Michigan's Bill Roman appears to have the
throw beaten in the first inning of yesterday's game with Central
Michigan, but his fine effort went for naught as the throw got
away and the error was charged to the Chips' second baseman.
Roman had a fine day at the plate for the Wolverines, getting,
two hits including a triple while driving in three runs.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Los Angeles ... 5 1 .833
Milwaukee .... 3 1 .750 1
San Francisco . 4 2 .667 1
Pittsburgh .... 3 3 .500 2
Cincinnati .,.. 2 3 .400 2%
Philadelphia .. 2 3 .400 2%
Chicago........ 2 4 .333 3
St. Louis....... 1 5 .167 4
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 3
Los Angeles 4, San Francisco 0
St. Louis 5, Chicago 2
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
(night)
Cincinnati at Milwaukee
Los Angeles at San Francisco

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet.
Baltimore ,c... 1 0 1.000
Chicago........ 1 0 1.000
Detroit .... 1 0 1.000
New York ...1' 0 1.000
Washington ... 1 1 .500
Cleveland ......0 1 .000
Kansas City ... 0 1 .000
Boston......... 0 2 .000'

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 4, Cleveland 2 (15 innings)
Baltimore 3, Washington 2
New York 8, Boston 4
Chicago 10, Kansas City 9
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Cleveland
New York at' Boston
Washington at Baltimore (night)

Big Ten Golf Powers Clash at Columbus

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Cent. Mich. ...000 000 004 -
(ICHIGAN ..201 216 lOx -

E -Ziegler, Mogk, Smith 3, Mroz-
inski. PO-A -- MICHIGAN 27-14;
Central Michigan 24 - 15. LOB -
MICHIGAN 8; Central Michigan 12.
2B - Marshall, Brown, Gronda. 3B
- Roman, DeLamieleure. sB --
Roman, Franklin, Hood.

Koch ,..
(ogk.
Uarcereanl
Veac~h ,.
Knipchfld«.
Briley..

PITCHING
IP RE
,.. 5 0 4
.,, 3 0 1
.., 1 4
... 4 5
..2% 1 2

H
2

ER BB
0 1
0 3
3 3
2 5
7 3
1 2

So
4
5
I
3
3
0

'amer Cited
po Athlete
)f March
NEW YORK (AP)-Arnold Pal-
er, winner of the Masters Golf
tle and four other tournaments
is year, won the March poll of
e nation's sports writers and
ortscasters in the competition
r the S. Rae Hickock Profes-
)nal Athlete of the Year Award.
His victory was based on his
ree straight tournament victor-
, and not on the Masters, which
is in April.
The 30-year-old star from La-
obe, Pa., received 23 first-place
tes and a total of 121 points to
p Bob Cousy, Boston Celtict
sketball star, and Elgin Baylor
the Minneapolis Lakers. Cousy
ceived 19 first-place votes and
points, and Baylor seven first-
ace votes and 50 points,

By CLIFF MARKS
What team will win the Big
Ten Golf Championship and who
will capture individual honors in
the Conference Meet at East Lan-
sing in May?
A power packed quadrangular
meet at Columbus Saturday may{
provide a possible answer to these
questions, or at least, an early in-
dication. Ohio State's Buckeyes
will host defending champ Pur-
due, runnerup Michigan, and In-
diana. The latter tied with Ohio
State for third last year, one
stroke behind the host Wolverines.
Titlist Back
Purdue's champs have two time
titlist John Konsek back, flanked
by Gene Francis and Bob Black,
who were seventh and ninth re-
spectively last year. The Boiler-
makers lost only two players by
graduation, Carl Mitchell and
Harley Drake, and have some cap-
able sophomores coming up. One
of them is Jerry Jackson, a semi-
finalist in the Indiana Amateur
last year.
Both Konsek and Francis have
been All-Americans for two
straight years and will be tough
to beat in this, their senior year.j
However, the formidable figure
of Ohio's Jack Nicklaus looms!
large in the picture. Although only
a sohpomore, and yet to hit his
first Big Ten shot, Nicklaus has'
proven his ability. He was on the,
U.S. Walker Cup team last year
which kept him from playing for
OSU, and tied for low amatuer
honors in the recent Masters.
Strong OSU
Nicklaus will bolster an already
strong Ohio team in their effort
to reach the top this year.
Indiana has its entire team
back from last year with the addi-
tion of some newcomers anxious
to wrest spots from the veterans.
Ron Royer, who tied for second
last year, heads the imposing list

with Jon Sommer, his Crawfords-
ville, Ind. running mate, following
closely. Sommer tied with Francis
for seventh in 1959.
Indiana's hot internal compe-
tition might cause Big Ten oppon-
ents much anguish by Conference
tourney time.
Michigan also has that com-
petitive spirit among its team with
a balance being found between

the three classes. But the Wol-
verines don't have any outstand-
ing stars like Konsek or Nicklaus,
though Joe Brisson finished in a
fifth place tie last year as a soph.
Classmate Dick Youngberg was
tied for 10th in '59. Captain Larry
Markman is the only other re-,
turnee, being one of three seniors
on the predominantly "young"
squad.
Youth Movement
This youth movement is hoped
to provide a balance between the
"old and the new" which will re-
lease enough impetus to push the
Wolverines up one mc"e slot.
Michigan made a phenomenal
climb from ninth last year, and
would like to keep ascending this
spring.
Two important factors surround
Saturday's opening meet for the
Wolverines. It is team balance
that wins meets and champion-
ships, not individual stars, and as
Katzenmeyer has said before,
". .. we always point for the Con-
ference Meet."
Warm Up
The upcoming quadrangular
will therefore be only a warmup
for Michigan as far as Katzen-
meyer is concerned, but it should
shed some light on the future.
With the four top teams from last
year battling it out, plus the prob-
able head to head clash of Nick-
laus, Konsek, Boyer, and Brisson,
fireworks could explode.
Take these teams, along with
I-M Softball
"A~ FRATERNITIES
Alpha Tau Omega 10, Phi Gamma
Delta 4
Trigon 7, zeta Psi 6
Sigma Chi 13, Chi Phi 3
D~elta Sigma Phi 8, Kappa Sigma 3
Delta Kappa Episilon S, Phli Kappa 3
Phi Sigma Deita 9, Sigma Nu I
Alpha Sigma Phi 18, Triangle 8
FACULTY
Chemistry A 11, Biochemistry 8

Big Ten host Michigan State and
dangerous Iowa, and the confer-
ence meet could be a titanic
struggle.
Michigan fans will get a chance
to see two top-contenders on May
7 when Purdue and OSU come to
Ann Arbor. It appears likely that
'Konsek and Nicklaus will fight it
oilt for individual honors this year
and these early meetings should
prove interesting.

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