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8IX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MAY 30,1960

SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, MAY 3,1960

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Late Notre Dame Rally Overcomes

Wolverines, 8-4

rish Tally Six Runs in Final Frames,

St. Louis Ends Pirate Win Streak, 4-3

By HAL APPLEBAUM
Notre Dame exploded for six
runs and eight hits in thedlast
three innings to take an 8-4 deci-
sion over Michigan yesterday at
Ferry Field.
The loss was the Wolverines'
third straight, leaving them with
an overall 14-8 record. The Irish
are now the owners of a 14-3
slate.
With the score tied 2-2 at the
end of six innings, Notre Dame
scored twice in the seventh at the
expense of starting pitcher Jack
Mogk, added another off of Mogk
and reliefer Joe Brefeld in the
eighth, and then their final three
in the last frame off Brefeld.
The Wolverines in the mean-
time threatened, but were held at
bay until the ninth when they
scored their final two runs.
The Irish actually began their
uprising in the sixth when right
fielder Frank Finnegan led off
with a single and then traveled
all the way to third base when

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RE DAME AB R
,epo, 2b. . 4 2
rd, 2b .......... 0 0
itO, SS......... 5 0
n, 3b ............5 1.
ta, lb......... 5 1
egan, rf......... 4 1
aW, if ..........4 1
on, Cf........... 5 0
4k, C............ 3 1
Lich, p........... 4 1
atrick, p....... 0 0
TALS .......... 39 8
nGAN AB R
, ..........., 4 1
:Zewskl, s . 5 0
a, lb.......... 4 0
n,If ........... 4 1
klin, rf.......... 4 0
hall, 2b.........4 0
g, C............ 4 0
llo, 3b ......... 4 0
, p ............. 3 0
ld, p...........0 0
T Lamielleure .. 1
TALS ....... 37 41

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left fielder Dave Brown let the
ball roll past him. However, Mogk
held the Irish in check as he
fanned the next two batters and
then after an intentional walk to
catcher Ed Wojack retired pitcher
Nick Palinich on a weak tap to
third baseman Joe Merullo.
Same Pattern
The visitors appeared to be
repeating the same pattern in the
seventh. Second baseman Jack
Gentempo led off' with a double
(the second of his four hits) and
remained there as Mogk fanned
Bob Scarpito and Dan Hagan.
Mogk again appeared to have
escaped without a run being
scored against him when John
Caretta lined a shot towards cen-
terfielder Ed Hood for an appar-
ent out. Hood, however, seemed to
have trouble following the flight
of the ball and it sailed over his
head for a triple, scoring Gen-
tempo with the tie-breaking run.
The next batter, Finnegan,
walked and then Dick O'Leary
brought Caretta home with a line
single to center to end the Notre
Dame offensive activity in the
seventh.
Walks Two
In the eighth, Mogk walked the
first two batters and was then
removed in favor of Brefeld. Gen-
tempo, attempting to sacrifice,
beat out his bunt down the third
base line to load the bases.
Brefeld then aided the visitors'
offense by walking Bob Scarpito
to force in Wojick and bring the
score to 5-2.
Michigan was relieved of any
further woes in the eighth when
Hagan's fly ball was turned into
a double play as Palanich was
called out for not tagging up at
third before heading for home
plate.
This disputed play caused one
of many delays in this game
which ran over three hours.
The Irish put the game out of
reach in the ninth when Finnegan
homered, O'Leary wdlked, Palan-
ich singled and Gentempo tripled,
making the scoreboard read 8-2.
When the Wolverines finally
came to life in the last of the
ninth it was too little, too late.
Pinch-hitter Dick DaLamielleure
and Hood started the inning with
back-to-back doubles good for a
run. Jim Fitzpatrick was brought

on the scene to bail out Palanich
and began the job by striking out
Gene Struczewski for the first out.
Bill Roman kept the home fans'
slim hopes alive with a single to
right, but then Fitzpatrick got
Dave Brown and Wilbert Franklin
to ground into force outs, ending
the game.
Notre Dame had opened the
scoring in the third when they
combined a walk, two singles and
an error by Franklin for two runs.
Michigan Retaliates
The Wolverines retaliated in a
similar manner an inning later.
Brown led off with a single and
moved to second when Bill Roman
was safe at first on an error. After
Franklin was retired they moved
to second and third respectively
on a double steal while catcher
Dick Syring was fanning for the
second out. Joe Merullo then re-
sponded with a ground single to
right to even the score.
Each team had runners on base
in every frame, but the Irish were
better at moving them around.
Of the pitchers Palanich was by
far the most impressive. Superb
control and an ability to hit the
corners kept the Wolverine bat-
ters off balance throughout the
game, although he appeared tired
in the latter stages.
Control Trouble
Mogk was in trouble mainly be-
cause of his control. His six walks
and a hit batsman kept Notre
Dame runners on base throughout
the game. Shaky fielding by the
Wolverines added to his woes.
Brefeld, who appeared to be
aiming, rather than throwing
smoothly, was bothered by re-
sultant wildness.
The Wolverines travel this after-
noon to Detroit to meet Wayne
State in a return match. Michigan
won the first encounter at Ferry
Field two weeks ago by the score
of 16-0.
'Sailing Club
Elinminated
Michigan was eliminated in its
quest for the Midwest Sailing
championship last weekend when
they placed fourth in the Michi-
gan area eliminations held in De-
troit.
The Wolverines had won the
area title the past five years.
The University of Detroit won
the title with 50 points followed
by Wayne St. with 42, and Michi-
gan State with 40 points. Michi-
gan had 39 points.
On May 14-15 the first three
finishers in the area champion-
ships will compete with other
schools from the midwest for the
midwest sailing championships,
this year to be held at the Cres-
cent Sail-Yacht Club in Detroit.

LEAD IN LOSING CAUSE-Sophomores Ed Hood (left) and Joe
Merullo led the Michigan attack in a losing cause yesterday
afternoon by rapping out two hits apiece. Hood also added
another stolen base to his team-leading total. Merullo contributed
two RBI's in the fourth inning which gave Michigan a short
lived 2-2 tie.

By The Associated Press ,
Ex-teammate Ronnie Kline
ended Pittsburgh's winning streak
at nine games last night, pitch-
ing a seven-hitter as the St. Louis
Cardinals defeated the National
League-leading Pirates 4-3.
In the only American League
games scheduled, Cleveland made
it five straight with a 3-2 victory
at Washington and gained a first-
place tie with the Chicago White
Sox, who lost 11-6 at Baltimore.
The Chicago Cubs put together
a three-run ninth, capped by Don
Zimmer's two-out single, for an
8-7 victory over Philadelphia in a
NL game.
The Cardinals, winning eight of
their last 10, came from three
runs back against Pirate starter
Harvey Haddix and Face, who
gave up the tying run when
George Crowe lined a pinch single
in a two-run seventh. A single by
Stan Musial, Daryl Spencer's
double, his fourth consecutive hit,
and an intentional walk to Leon
Wagner loaded the bases in the
ninth. Face then walked pinch-
hitter Carl Sawatski on a 3-1
pitch.

AMERMIAN
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Chicago .....«. 7
Cleveland ...7
Baltimore ..... 8
New York.... 6
Boston......... 5
Detroit......... 5
Washington ... 5
Kansas City ... 5
YESTERDAY'S

LEAGUE
L Pct.
5 .583
5 .583
6 .571
5 .545
6 .455
6 .455
7 .417
s .385
RESULTS

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It was the second loss in two
decisions for Face, last year's relief
ace who won his first 17 and
finished with an 18-1 mark.
Kline, a right-hander swapped
to the Cardinals last winter,
blanked= the Bucs after Smoky
Burgess' solo homer made it 3-0
in the fourth. He walked three
and struck out three for his first
decision and first complete game
in three starts.
Two-out singles by Vic Power
and Johnny Temple scored Cleve-
land's three runs in the seventh
against loser Pete Ramos (0-2).
JHKajor League
Standings

The Senators, blanked on one
hit for six innings, then got their
two in the seventh on pinch-hitter
Julio Becquer's double before Gary
Bell (2-1) put away his sixth in a
row over Washington with a six-
hitter.
The Orioles, just .012 points be-,
hind in third place, made it seven
out of eight while ending the
White Sox' streak at five.
The birds managed only six hits,
but bunched four of them with
three walks against losing reliever
Don Ferrarese (0-1) for a clinch-
ing five-run fourth inning. MarY
Breeding's two-run, double was
the big blow. Jim Gentile added
Baltimore's final runs-with a two=
on homer in the sixth. It was his
third and upped his AL leading
RBI total to 17. Arnie Portocar-
rero (2-0) won it in relief.
[TONIITE]

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SPORT SHORTS:
Palmer, Collins in Houston Playoff

a-doubled for Brefeld in 9th
Notre Dame 002 000 213 8 12 4
MICHIGAN. 000 200 002 4 10 2
2b - Hood, DaLamielleure. 3b --
Gentempo, Caretta. HR -- Finne
gan. SB -- Hood, Franklin, Brown,
Gentempo. LOB - ND-11, M-10. DP
- Gentempo, Scarpito, Caretta;
Scarpito, Gentempo, Caretta. HP -
Wojcik (by Mogk).
PITCHING SUMMARY
IP H R-ER BB SO
Palinich (W) ........8 9 4-2 3 11
Fitzpatrick ...... 1 1 0-0 0 1
Mogk (L). .....7 8 5-4 6 7
Brefeld..........2 4 3-3 0 1

By The Associated Press
HOUSTON-Masters champion
Arnold Palmer, golf's greatest win-
ner, banged in two birdies on the
last four holes to tie Bill Collins,
the towering ex-Marine, for first
place in the $35,000 Houston
Classic Golf Tournament yester-
day.
They will play it off today over
18 holes starting at noon.
In a glittering stretch duel in
which Collins, the big man from
Baltimore, never was behind but
was twice tied, Palmer shot a 1-
over-par 73 on the final 18 while
Collins had a 75 and the two
wound up with 280 for 72 holes.
There was drama aplenty in the
last holes of this tournament.
Palmer, who had birdied 15 with
a 20-foot putt and 17 with an
8-footer. then looked at the score-
board at 18 where it was shown
that Collins was tied with him as
the result of a bogey on 17. He
pitched within 10 feet of the pin

and could sink it for a birdie and
go ahead. But he missed it.
Collins then came into 18 and
was fifteen feet away. He could
sink it for a birdie and win the
tournament. But he was a foot
short.
Collins started the final round
with 205 for 54 holes. Palmer,
in second place, had 207. Jack
Fleck of Los Angeles was third
with 209.
Down the stretch they battled
and at the eleventh hole they,
were all tied for first place al-
though Palmer had a double bogey
on the third hole where he over-
shot the green and 3-putted.
Schmidt Signs
DETROIT -- Linebacker Joe
Schmidt, the Detroit Lions' Mr.
Everything, yesterday signed his
1960 football contract along with
end Jim Gibbons.
Both players agreed to terms

after discussions with President-
General Manager Edwin J. Ander-
son.
Gibbons signed a two-year pact,
becoming the second Detroit
player to do so. Alex Karras, the
huge tackle who wrestles in the
off-season, recently signed a two-
year agreement.
Schmidt, captain of the Lions
for four season and the club's
most valuable player three times,
has been an all-pro and a pro
bowl selection six times. Gibbons
led the Lions in pass receiving last
year, snaring 31 for 431 yards and
one touchdown.

Baltimore 11, Chicago 6
Cleveland 3, Washington 2
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at New York
Chicago at Baltimore
Cleveland at Washington
Kansas City at Boston
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet.
Pittsburgh ....12 4 .750
x-San Fran. ...10 5 .667
x-Milwaukee .. 8 5 .615
x-Los Angeles 8 7 .533
St. Louis....... 8 7 .533
Chicago ....... 5 10 .333
Philadelphia .. 5 11 .313
a-Cincinnati 4 11 .267
x-playing night game
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 8, Philadelphia 7
St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 3
Los Angeles 3, Cincinnati 2
(5 innings)
San Francisco 0, Milwaukee S
(2 innings)
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at San Francisco
Cincinnati at Los Angeles
Philadelphia at Chicago

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