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FACULTY and GRAD STUDENTS Present
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ibbi Harry Kaplan, D.D., LL.D.
Director, B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation,
Ohio State University
Director, Midwest Region, Hillel Foundations
"THE PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION"
Trackmen Favored Against
Purdue, Ohio State Today,
Roman Collects Three Hits;
Mogk Stars in Relief Role
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By BILL PHELPS
Tom Robinson, Ergas Leps and
Bennie McRae will lead the Mich-
igan track team against Ohio State
and Purdue this afternoon at
Lafayette, but the question of who
-if anybody-in the Conference
can beat the Wolverines will have
to wait at least until next week to
A conservative estimate would
give the Michigan team a mini-
mum of eight firsts in the 14 events
of today's meet. Several of them
should be reinforced strongly with
seconds and thirds.
Robinson should not be threat-
ened by anyone but the weather-
man in the 100 and 220-yard races
in which he has been supreme in
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are gunning for places on their
respective national teams as 400
meter competitors in the Olympics.
The race today should have an
exceptional time -- possibly good'
enough to qualify at least one of
them for the Olympic event.
The 880, broad jump and mile
relay will see Michigan entrants
as top contenders. Tony Seth is
recovered from his fight with the
flu, and Lester Bird's tempera-
mental leg seems to be giving him
plenty of spring for a "long jump."
New Relay Team
The relay team will feature the
speed of Bryan Gibson, Leps and
Seth along with its latest new
member, John Twomey. It seems
that the same quartet never gets
together for two meets in a row
as coach Don Canham is explor-
ing all the possibilities.
Team captain Earl Deardorff
will try his hand at the mile today
for the first time in two years.
Along with him will be Dave Mar-
tin, the junior who has been com-
ing closer and closer with each
meet, and who is bound to come
up with a big win pretty soon..
As a team, the Wolverines are
quite relaxed going into the meet,
being more concerned with the
Conference meet next weekend.
Canham said, "I'm just going to
relax and rest for the pressure of
the Big Ten Championships."
He added that, "As long as the
honoraries don't bruise our boys
anymore like they did Leps and
McRae last week, we are all ready
-despite the weather."
Wolvxerines to within one run
again in the seventh.
Meanwhile, Mogk, who got
stronger as the game wore on,
set the Hoosiers down in order in
the seventh, and managed to work
out of a jam in the eighth when
Indiana had a runner on second
with only one out. After he set
the side down in order in the
ninth, the stage was set for the
hectic Wolverine rally.
With the score already tied and
Brown on second base, Indiana
Coach Ernie Andres brought in
lefthander Ernie Wilholt to pitch
to the left handed hitting Frank-
But the strategy backfired when
Wilhoit, after fielding Franklin's
easy tap to the mound, threw wide
to first base. Then, when Barry.
Marshall droppeda bunt in front
of the plate, Wilhoit threw too
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the Big Ten for two years. McRae
is in good shape and ready to
take on all comers in the high and
low hurdles. He will be severely
challenged in the lows by Dick
Cephas this afternoon, but that
would still give Michigan another
Next weekend in the Big Ten
outdoor meet at East Lansing, the
story might be a little different
for the men in Maize and Blue,
but today they have top billing
in these events and several others
The big contest of the day will
be in the 440 between Leps and
Purdue's Dave Mills. The Boiler-
maker speedster has a bit faster
time over the one lap distance,
but will have to really stretch to
beat Leps. Last week he preferred
to try the 100 and 220 rather than
take on Illinois' George Kerr, but
with a choice between Robinson
and Leps, he will undoubtedly take
on the Canadian middle-distance
star this week.
It is conceivable that this will
only be the first of several meet-
ings for the two this season. Both
Minnesota. .........6 1
MICHIGAN ........ 5 4
Indiana.-............. 3 3
Purdue....... 2 2
Wisconsin. ........1 1
Michigan/ State ..... 3 4
Ilinois ............. 3 6
Ohio State..........1 2
Iowa ..........0 3
MICHIGAN 7, Indiana 6
Purdue. 10, Illinois 3
Michigan State 4, Ohio State
Northwestern 11, Iowa 5
Minnesota 8, Wisconsin 4
LINES HIT,-Bill Roman, Michigan's first baseman, lines a long
double to the left field fence in the ninth inning of yesterday's
game with Indiana. Roman scored the tying run on Dave Brown's
double as the Wolverines came from behind to win, 7-6.
late to catch Brown and the bases
Michigan almost won the game
without lifting a bat a moment
later. Bob Bradley, Indiana's third
pitcher of the inning, apparently
committed a balk with Syring
hitting, but in spite of protests
from Lund, the umpires held firm
on their ruling that no balk had
With the Hoosier infield in on
the grass for a possible play at
the plate, Syring then popped to
first, giving Merullo the chance
to win the game with his sacrifice
fly to center.
The victory was the fifth in
nine Big Ten games for Michi-
gan, and Indiana absorbed its
third loss, evening its record at
three and three in the Conference.
This afternoon, Lund will send
Denny McGinn and Al Koch to
the hill to face Ohio State in a
doubleheader at Ferry Field start-
ing at 1:30.
INDIANA AB R H E REBI
LaDuke,2b ...... 3 0 1 0 0
Renhart, 3b .5 2 2 0. 0'
Foreman, f......5 2 2 1.1
Mounts, rf........3 2 2 0 3
Gross, rf..........0 0 0' 0 0
Micheals,if.......4 0 2 0 2
Smith,1b ........ 5 0 1 0 0
Packss..........5 0 1 2 0
Gates, ea.........5 0 0 0 0
Deem, p.......... 2 0 0 0 0
Kyff, p.......... 2 0 0 0 0
Wilhoit, p........ 0 0 0 1 0
Bradley, p........ 0 0 0 0 0
TOTALS.......39 6 11 4 6
MICHIGAN AB R H E RBI
Hood,of........4 0 0 0 0
Struczewski, ss .. 5 0 2 1 0
Roman, li........ 5 2 3 1.1
Brown,if ........ 4 3. 1 0' 1
Franklin, rf ....... 4 0 2 0 1
Marshall, 2b .4 0 1 0 1
Syring, a ......... 5 0 0 0 0
Merullo, 3b....... 4 1 1 0 2
Marcereau, p ..., 1 0 0 0 0
Mogk, p.......... 3 1 1 0 0
TOTALS........39 7 11° 2 6
Indiana.........203 001 000 - 6 11 4
MICHIGAN ....200 200 102 - 7 11 2
2B - Roman (2), Brown, Rein-
hart, Foreman, Mounts; HR - Mer-
ullo, Mounts; SB =- Marshall, La-
Duke, Reinhart; HP - Franklin (by
Kyff); LOB - Indiana 11, MICHI-
IP H R-ER BB S0
Marcereau .....3 5 5-3 1 0
Mogk (W) .....6 6 1-1 4 5
Deem...........3% 6 4-3 1 3
Kyff (L).......4% 5 3-1 1 1
x-Wilhoit ....0.0' 0-0 0 0
Bradley .... % 0 0-0 0' 0
x-pitched to two batters in ninth
MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Reds Win Ninth Straight, Pirates Third
(Author of "I Was a Teen-age Dwarf', "The Many
Loves of Dobie Gillis", etc.)
EUROPE MADE SIMPLE: No. 1
By The Associated Press
The Cincinnati Reds beat Phila-
delphia, 1-0, for their ninth vic-
tory in a row and the comeback
Pittsburgh Pirates smashed Mil-
waukee, 8-2, last night in the Na-
In the only other National,
League game, the Chicago Cubs
won their first game for their new
manager, Lou Boudreau, by down-
ing the St. Louis Cardinals, 4-1.
It was the Cards' 11th straight
loss away from home.
In the American League, the
Chicago White Sox lengthened
their lead to a full game by beat-
ing Cleveland, 4-2, on the eight-
hit pitching of Billy Pierce. The
New York Yankees after losing
three straight in overtime, thump-
ed Washington, 7-3.
Jim O'Toole stretched the score-
less innings he has pitched to 19
when he shut out the Philadelphia
Phillies on seven hits. The loss was
the Phillies' fourth straight and
the third straight by a 1-0 score,
tying the major league record.
The winning run for the Reds
came on a triple by Vada Pinson,
scoring Billy Martin, in the fifth.
Ruben Gomez was the hard luck
The Pirates, bounding back from
four straight losses on the Pacific
Coast which cost them the lead,
continued a new streak with their
third straight victory. It was their
fourth decision over the Braves
since losing the opener.
In a 14 inning thriller, Detroit
nipped Kansas City, 4-3, when
A's catcher Harry Chiti dropped
a throw to the plate with the bases
Shortstop Ken Hamlin had jug-
gled Eddie Yost's grounder, but
made a good throw to the plate
for what should have been the
second out. However, Chiti erred
and that was the "old ball game."
Summer vacation is just around the corner, and naturally all of
you are going to Europe. Perhaps I can offer a handy tip or
two. (I must confess I have never been to Europe myself, but
I eat a lot of Scotch broth and French dressing, so I am not
entirely without qualification.)
First let me say that no trip to Europe is complete without
a visit to England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, France, Germany,
Spain, Portugal, Italy, Lichtenstein, Holland, Belgium, Switzer-
land, Luxembourg, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Po-
land,. Czechoslovakia, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Russia,
Greece, Yugoslavia, Albania, Crete, Sardinia, Sicily, Hungary,
Romania, Bulgaria, Lapland, and Andorra.
Let us take up these countries in order. First, England.
The capital of England is London-or Liverpool, as it is
sometimes called. There are many interesting things to see in
London-Chiefly, the changing of the guards. The guards are
changed daily. The old ones are thrown away.
NORT H CMU
Major League Standings
W L Pct.
San Francisco 18 7 .720
Pittsburgh . 16 9 .640
Milwaukee .... .11 9 .579
Cincinnati .....13 11 .542
Los Angeles ....11 15 .423
St. Louis ........9 14 .391
Chicago ........ 7 13 .350
Philadelphia ... 9 17 .346
Pittsburgh 8, Milwaukee 2
San Francisco 3, Los Angeles 0
Chicago 4, St. Louis 1
Cincinnati 1, Philadelphia 0
Los Angeles at San Franciscc
Philadelphia at Cincinnati
St. Louis at Chicago
W L Pct.
Chicago .......13 8 .619
Boston.....10 7 .58
New York 11 8 .579
Cleveland.......11 9 .550
Baltimore ......11 10 .523
Detroit..........8 10 .444
Washington .... 8 13 .381
Kansas City .... 7 14 .333
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Chicago 4, Cleveland 2
Detroit 4, Kansas City 3
New York 7, Washington 3
Baltimore at Boston (postponed,
Chicago at Cleveland
Baltimore at Boston
New York at Washington
Kansas City at Detroit
By The Associated Press
CHICAGO' - The last . place
Chicago Cubs traded Tony Taylor
and Cal Neeman to the Philadel-
phia Phils yesterday for Don Card-
well and Ed Bouchee as new Cub
Manager Lou Boudreau almost
entirely revamped his infield.
The struggling Cubs got what
they needed desperately in right-
hander Cardwell, a first - line
pitcher. The Phils, in turn, got a
good second sacker in Taylor and
a potential regular catcher in Nee-
Bouchee, a .280 hitter, takes
over first base in a Cub infield
which Boudreau just about turned
inside out today.
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Another "must" while in London is a visit to Buckingham
Palace. Frequently in the afternoons Her Majesty the Queen
comes out on the balcony of the palace and waves to her loyal
subjects below. The loyal subjects wave back at the Queen.
However, they only continue to wave as long as Her Majesty
is waving. This of course is the origin of wave lengths from which
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and the A&P Gypsies.
Be sure also when you are in London to visit the palace of
the Duke of Marlborough. Marlborough is spelled Marlborough,
but pronounced Marlboro. English spelling is very quaint but
terribly disorganized. The late George Bernard Shaw, author of
Jo's Boys, fought all his life to simplify English spelling. He
once asked a friend, "What does g-h-o-t-i spell?" The friend
pondered a bit and replied, "Goatee." Shaw sniggered. "Pshaw,"
said Shaw. "G-h-o-t-i does not spell goatee. It spells fish. Gh
as in enough, o as in women, ti as in motion."
It must be remembered, however, that Shaw was a vegetarian
--which, all in all, was probably a good thing. As Disraeli once
remarked to Guy Fawkes, "If Shaw were not a vegetarian, no
lamb chop in London would be safe."
But I digress. We were speaking of the palace of the Duke of
Marlborough-or Marlboro, as it is called in the United States.
It is called Marlboro by every smoker who knows flavor did"
not go out when filters came in. Be sure you are well supplied
with Marlboros when you make your trip abroad. After a long,
tiring day of sightseeing, there is nothing so welcome as a fine,
flavorful Marlboro and a foot bath with hot Epsom.salts..
Epsom salts can be obtained in England at Epsom Downs.
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