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A i, MAY 15,1960

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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~Y, MAY 15, 1960 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1'

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is Team Wins Tw
Wolverines Post Shutout of Purdue
H ave More T rouble with Wildcats

Fhree Michigan Homers Win Opener;
rown's Solo Shot Can't Save Second

(Continued from Page 1)
Dick Syring, Joe Merullo, and
pinch hitter Jack Mogk in order
to end the game.
SThe Wolverines were able to
collect only three hits off the two
Buckeye 'hurlers. In addition to
Franklin and Brown, pitcher Den-
nis McGinn had a double in the
third inning.
McGinn had pitched hitless ball
until the fourth inning when he
walked Dave Mason and then
pitched the gopher ball to Apple.
Ohio picked up their other two
runs off the tiring hurler in the
sixth inning on a walk, a double
by second baseman Jim Wiezbiski,
another walk, and an error.
Yields Four Hits
McGinn gave up only four hits
in the game but suffered his sec-
ond loss of the season. He has
won five.
Marty Karow, Ohio State coach,
was ejected from the field in the
fifth inning when he vigorously
protested an interference call by
the plate umpire. But not to be
outdone he continued to direct his
team from the left field bullpen,
much to the displeasure of the
Michigan fans.
In the first game, Michigan
home runs brought the Wolver-
ines from, a three run deficit to
a 6-3 victory.

Behind 3-0 in the fourth, Dave
Brown gave Michigan its first run
with an opposite field home run
to right.
Broke Open
In the fifth the Wolverines
broke the game open. Dick Syring
reached first on an error, and Joe
Merullo pushed him to second with
a base on balls. After Al Koch and
Ed Hood struck out, Struezewski
put Michigan ahead 4-3 with his
blast. Roman then played copy-
cat as he lined a home run over
the left center field fence.
The Wolverines put frosting on
the cake in the sixth when Frank-
lin singled, and scored when Buck-
eye shortstop Jim Herbstrete threw
Marshall's ground ball over the
first baseman's head.
Rocky First
Wolverine starter Al Koch -had
to survive a rocky first three in-
nings before he could claim the
win.
wIn, the first, State scored once
on a walk and a single, climaxed
by a run-down play.
Koch trapped Apple off first
but before he could tag him out
Mason had raced across the plate
with the Buckeye's first run.
Ohio added two more in the
third on a walk and three singles.
But from that point on Koch set-
tled down and allowed only two

Drop Nightcap

singles in the final six innings to
gain his fifth win of the year. He
has lost two.
The next action for the Wolver-
ines will come Tuesday afternoon
against Western Michigan. In the
previous game this year at Kala-
mazoo, the Broncos beat Michigan
8-6.
MSU, Irish
Blea~t Alurns
By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING, Mich. - A
third-string quarterback came off
the bench to throw a touchdown
pass in the last second and give
the Michigan State varsity a 14-12
win over the oldtimers yesterday
in a game which drew 10,561 spec-
tators.
Leroy Loudermilk, a junior from
Wilkinsburg, Pa., threw the win-
ning pass, a play that covered 701
yards to end Wayne Vontes.
Halfback Herb Adderley, voted
most valuable for the varsity,
passed to end Art Brandstatter for
the first score of the game. The
varsity was on the oldtimer 15-1
yard line at the time. Adderly
drifted back and hit Brandstatter
just over the goalline.
Then Tommy Yewcic, a former
Detroit Tiger farm club baseball
player now trying to get back into
football, threw a pass from behind
his 15 to Henny Young in'the end
zone for an oldtimer touchdown.
Al Durrow, the balding oldtime
pro quartereback who played
mostly for the Washington Red-
skins, put the oldtimers seemingly
in complete command with a sec-
ond score.
* * *
SOUTH BEND - Rookie quar-
terback Ed Rutkowski and a sub-
stitute halfback of last season,
Ray Ratkowski, combined today to
fire up Notre Dame's varsity for a
27-15 victory over the oldtimers
in the Irish's annual spring foot-
ball game.
Ratkowski of Glendale, N.Y., a
senior in the fall, scored twice in
a three-touchdown third period
that assured the varsity of its 24th
triumph in the 30-year history of
the spring practice climax.
He returned a punt 82 yards for
one touchdown and scored on a
32-yard pass play from Rutkow-
ski, 6-1, 195-pound prospect from
Kingston, Pa.
In the second quarter, a 65-yard
runback of a pass interception by
Ratkowski was nullified by a clip-
ping penalty.
Rutkowski looked the best of a
trio of sophomore-to-be quarter-
backs unleashed before the 12,742
fans by coach Joe Kuharich, seek-
ing to improve on his 5-5 record of
last year when he took over the
Irish coaching reins.

-Daily-Mike Gillman
OUT OF THE GAME?-Marty Karow, Ohio State coach, was
given the thumb by the officials in the second game yesterday.
But he retired only as far as the edge of the stands and watched
the proceedings from there. Moments after this, the head umpire
ruled that even Karow'so legs hanging over the field were too
much and the Buckeye coach had to haul them in.
Tigers End Batting Sum
Belt Five Homers, Tos

EVANSTON--Michigan's power-
erful tennis team tuned up for
next weekends Conference champ-
ionships by rolling past North-
western and Purdue yesterday for
a sweep of the two day match.
The Wolverines were unbeatable
against the Boilermakers as they
won all the singles and' doubles
to post a nine to nothing shutout
win.
Against Northwestern they en-
countered a little more trouble as
both first and second singles play-
ers Gerry Dubie and Frank Fulton
lost their matches and Dubie and
John Wiley dropped their number
one doubles match, but everyone
else won enabling Michigan to
post a six to three victory.
Won Friday
Friday the Wolverines beat the
fourth team in the match, Min-
nesota, eight to one.
Michigan lost only one set to
Purdue throughout the day, that
a 6-4 loss by Dubie and Wiley in
the first doubles to Jack Buchman
and Bill Tonlinson.
Wiley and Jim Tenny scored
shutouts in their singles matches,
both winning without working up
a sweat, 6-0, 6-0. Bruce MacDon-
Double Win
Summnaries:
MICHIGAN 9, PURDUE 0
ESingles-Dubie (M) def. John-
son (P) 6-2, 6-4; Fulton (M) def.
Buckman (P) 6-4, 6-0; Wiley (M)
def. Tomlinson (P) 6-0, 6-0; Tenny
(M) def. Reynolds (P) 6-0, 6-0; Mike
(M) def. Piper (P) 6-1, 6-2; Mae-
Donald (M) def. D. Berg (P) 6-0,
6-2.
Doubles - Dubie and Wiley (M)
de. Buckman and Tomlinson (P)
4-6, 6-3, 6-2; Fulton and Mike (M)
def. Johnson and Reynolds (P) 6-2,
6-2; Tenny and MacDonald (M) def.
D. Berg and S. Berg (P) 6-0, 6-2p.
MICHIGAN S.NORTHWESTERN 3
Singles - Konicki (N) def. Dubie
(M) 6-3, 6-2; Missick (N) def. Ful-
ton (M) 6-3, 6-3; Wiley (M) def.
Hibben (N) 6-1, 6-3; Tenny (M)
def. Lockhard (N) 8-6, 6-2; Mike
(M) def. Pari (N) 10-8, 8-6; Mac-
Donald (M) def. Bard (N) 6-3,, 6-3.
Doubles -- Dubie and Wiley (M)
def. Misseck and Hibben (N) 7-5,
2-6, 10-8, Konsicki and Lockdard
(N) def. Fulton and Mike (M) 10-8,
6-2; Tenny and MacDonald (M) def.
Bard and Strommel 6-3, 6-2.

Special to The Daily

EARLY

ald lost only the second game of
the final set in his 6-0, 6-1 win
over Dick Berg.
Ken Mike, who has been hot
and cold during the course of the
spring, had one of his good days
yesterday as he posted a 6-1, 6-2
victory in the morning over Larry
Piper of, Purdue, and then came
back with one of Michigan's four
singles wins in the afternoon. This
one over Shir Pori of Northwestern
in a hard fought battle, 10-8, 8-6.
In the warm Illinois sun the
afternoon match against the Wild,.
cats was a bit slower than the
fast victory over Purdue in the
morning.
With the number one and two

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PASS

Chairmanship and Committee

singles men. losing, Coach :
Murphy had to rely on the loi
half of the order, and all four n
came through with wins.
Wiley won over Gay MWssick E
6-3, and MacDonald beat St
Bard by the identical scores
6-3, 6-3. Tenny had trouble
the first game with Chuck Lo
hard winning 8-6, but came
stronger in the second set to S
easily 6-2.
Meet Irish
The Wolverines meet No
Dame Monday at South Bend, s
then have the rest of the week
before the Conference meet
East Lansing next Thursday, I
day and Saturday.

FIRST GAME
OHIO STATE AB R H RBI
Herbstreit, ss ........4 0 0 0
Thomas, f ....... 5 0 0 0
Mason, b ..........41 1 0
Apple, 3b............2 1 1 0
Wiezbiski, 2b ........4 1 1 0
Perdue, rf 4 .0 2 0
Stens, If............4 0 1 2
Peters, c.......4 0 2 0
Drobnik, p ..........1 0 0 0
Koblentz, p ......... 2 0 0 0
TOTALS .......... 34 3 8 2
MICHIGAN AB R H RBI
Hood,cf ............ 3 0 1 0
Struczewski, ss ....4 1 1 3
Rompan,lb ...........3 1 2 1
Brown, If.. ......4 1 1 1
Franklin, r .........4 1 2 0
Marshall, 2b .........3 0 0 0
Syring, c ............4 1 0 0
Merullo, 3b. ... 3 1 0 0
!Koch, p........
Kucher, 2b. .. 0 0 0 0
TOTALS .... . 31 6 7 5
Ohio State ..'...102 000 000 3 8 3
MICHIGAN ......000 141 DOx 6 7 0
E-Herbstreit (2), Drobnik; HR--
Struczewski, Brown, Roman; SB--
Sterns, Roman, Franklin; LOB -
OSU 9, MICHIGAN 4.
PITCHING
IP HRERW SO
Drobnik (L) .... 4% 5 5 1 2 2
Koblentz .......3 2 1 0 2 2
Koch (L) 9 8 3 3 5 2

SECOND GAME
OHIO STATE AB R' H RBI
Herbstreit, ss ..... 4 0 0 0
Wentz. cI........... 3 '0 0 0
Mason, If............2 1 0 0
Apple, 3b............2 2 2 2
Wiezbiski, 2b........ 3 1 1 0
Purdue, rf .......... 3 0 0 0
Haverkamp, lb.....,..2 0 1 1
Peters,c............ 3 0 0 0
Walton,p...........1 0 0 0
Seitz,-p-............. 1 0 0 0
Thonmas,cf... ..0 0 0 0,
TOTALS. .......... 24 44 3
MICHIGAN AB R H RBI
Hood,.cf. 3 0 0 0
Struczewski, ss,..... 0 0 0
Roman, lb.. ....2 1 0 0
Brown,... .3 1 1 2
Franklin, rf .........3 0 1 0
Kucher, 2b ........ 2 0 0 0
a-Marshall, 2b .......1 0 0 0
Syring, C............10 00
Merullo, 3b.3 0 0 0
McGinn, p .......... 2 0 1 0
b-Mogk............. 1 0 0 0
TOTALS ...........232 3 2
a-Grounded out for Kucher in 6th
b-Struck out'for McGinn in 7th
Ohio State.........000 202 0 4 4 0
MICHIGAN .......000 002 0 2 3 1
E - Merullo; 2B - Wiezbiski,
McGinn, Franklin; HR - Brown
Apple; LOB - OSU 4, MICHIGAN 4.
PITCHING
IP H RER WS0
Walton (W) .... 5 3 2243
Seitz...........1Y, 0 0 0 0 3
McGinn (L) .... 7 4 4 3 5 4

By The Associated Press
The Detroit Tigers broke out of
their extended batting slump yes-
terday with five home runs and
extended their winning streak to
four games beating Kansas City
7-6, and two home runs by rookie
Tony Currie gave Philadelphia a
5-2 victory over Cincinnati snap-
ping the Reds' winning skien at
nine.
In the first all afternoon slate
of ball games on a day other than
Sunday, Pitts4urgh made it two
straight over Milwaukee, beating
the Braves 6-4 in extra innings
and the Los Angles Dodgers be-
hind the two-hit pitching of Stan
Williams beat the San Francisco
Giants 2-1. In the other National
League game, Chicago downed St.
Louis, 4-0.
Indians Win
Over in the American League
home runs by Jim Piersal and
John Romano plus other effective
slugging gave Cleveland a 10-9
win over Chicago and Camilo Pas-
cual tossed a four hitter, as the
Senators shut out New York, 4-0.
And Baltimore scored five runs
in the top of the ninth inning to
snap Boston's four game winning
streak 5-2.
Held to five singles for eight
scoreless innings, the young Orioles
jumped on starter Bill Monbou-
quette for doubles by pinch-hitter
Albie Pearson and Jackie Brandt,
and then poured it on against

three relievers sending 10 men to
bat in the inning.
John Fisher, who relieved starter
Jerry Walker in the eighth was
the winner.
Five Homers
The Tigers, who at one time
trailed 6-2, scored all their runs
on homers by Frank Bolling, Al
Kaline, two by Neil Cristly, and
the game winner in the eighth by
Norm Cash who was playing first
in place of the slumping Steve
Bilko.
The Pirates won in spite of four
Milwaukee home runs, their fifth
in a row over the Braves since
Milwaukee took the season opener.
A two run triple by Roberto Cle-
mente in the 11th gave little Elroy
Face the win, his second against
three defeats.
Chicago's Cubs won behind the
stout six hit pitching of rookie
Dick Ellsworth, handing the Cards
their 12th consecutive road loss.
And in San Francisco, before a
near capacity crowd of 41,733,
Williams bested Billy O'Dell in a
pitching duel. Maury Wills scored
the Dodgers winning run on a
single by Don 'Demeter in the
ninth.

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Cleveland.......12
Boston.........10
New York ......11
Baltimore.......12
Detroit........9
Washington .:.. 9
Kansas City .... 7

LEAGUE
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9 .571
8 .556
9 .500
10 .546
10 .474
13 .409
15 .318

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington 4, New York 0
Detroit 7, Kansas City 6
Baltimore 5, Boston 2
Cleveland 10, Chicago 9
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Cleveland (2)
New York at Washington
Kansas City at Detroit (2)

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GR
San Francisco ..18 8 .692
Pittsburgh. 17 9 .654 1
Milwaukee .....11 9 .550 4
Cincinnati .....13 12 .520 4
Los Angeles.... 15 .444 6
Chicago......... 8 13 .381 71
St. Louis........9 15 .375 8
Philadelphia ...10 17 .370 8Y~
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 4, St Louis 0
Pittsburgh 6, Milwaukee 4
(11 innings)
Los Angeles 2, San Francisco 1
Philadelphia 5, Cincinnati 2
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at San Francisco
Philadelphia at Cincinnati (2)
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (2)
St. Louis at Chicago (2)

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