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SMAT, 1vrAy 1.9i 1940

TIlE MICilIGAN DAiLY

PAGE YE.

Nine WhipsBoilermakers, 7I;P.i e ttTr c m nUet

arsity

Bond Silences
Purdue Batters
With Four Hits
Wolverines Combine Ten
Passes With Nine Hits
To Score Easy Victory
(Continued from Page 1)
the ball, failed to call "infield out"
on the play.tSecond baseman Larry
McFerren got under the fly, how-
ever, only to drop the ball. Steppon
sprinted home and all hands were
safe-that is, until Fehring & Co.
went to work on the unfortunate
arbiter..
For 15 minutes the Purdue mentor
and his pupils harangued and de-
bated until they convinced Vick and
base umpire Ed Walsh that, since
McFerren, an infielder, was in a
position to make the catch, the play
was an infield fly and that Harms
was automatically out. The umpires
promptly reversed their decision, de-
clared Harms out, and resumed the
game.
Pink Gets Triple
But not even Coach Fehring's bla-
tant vociferations could have stopped
the Wolverines from sewing up the
game in the next inning. Charlie
Pink opened the fifth with a three-
base smash to center field and Mike
Sofiak worked Bob Baily for a pass.
As the Riveters' hurler fanned
Forest Evashevski, Sofiak stole sec-
ond. Catcher Bud Fisher bluffed a
throw to catch Mike and then
snapped the ball to third in an at-
tempt to trap Pink. The toss went
past Mackiewicz into foul territory,
and Pink and Sofiak scored easily.
Steppon and Trosko both walked
linmediately afterward, "Step" tal-
lying on Chamberlain's hit to cen-
ter to make the score 4-0.
Steppon Scores
In the seventh, Steppon drew his
fourth base on balls of the after-
noon, traveled all the way to third
When Trosko caught the Purdue in-
field flat-footed with a perfect bunt
down the third-base line, and scam-
pered home on George Ruehle's fly
to center field.
Michigan scored two more super-
fluous runs in the eighth off Dick
Wargo, Bally's successor. Pink beat
out a bunt, Sofiak drove a hit to
right, and Davie Nelson singled to
left to chase home Pink. Nelson
stole second, went to third on an
infield out, and scored on a wild
pitch to bring the Varsity total to
seven.

Blue Gridders

Win; Netmen Down SpartansI

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Whites Edged
In Intra-Sqiad

Varsity Rates
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Football Game F G
First darter TouYchdown 1
Heavily favored to dethrone
On Cliff Wise's Pass Northwestern as Big Ten golf
Results In 6-0 Tri mpErIllj champs, Michigan's five-man un-
beaten squad tees off early tomor-
(Continued from Page 1) row morning in the first 36-hole
round of the meet at Ohio State
Harold "Tippy" Lockard had been University's course in Columbus.
downed on the 20 with Bill Melzow's The four-man team having the
kickoff, and the Blues attempted to lowest aggregate score for the 72
kick out, end Tommy Flake'blocked holes to be completed Tuesday will
Wise's punt and the Whites recovered take the crown which the Wildcats
on the 7. copped last year with 1197 strokes.
The White attack died quickly, With a star-studded field of col-
however. After Call had taken it to legiate "biggies" including Chase
the four, his fourth-down pass fell Fannon, Northwestern's singles
into the end zone and the Blues took champ, Bob Palmer and Jack Emery,
over on their 20. Wise then punted Michigan, Chick Evans, of the Buck-
to Call on the White 42 to set the eyes, Wisconsin's Burleigh Jacobs'
stage for the touchdown, and Minnesota's Neil Croonquist, the
Whites Start Drive scores are sure to be in near-record
The second period opened with an- figures.
other White drive. This one started through eight Big Ten foes and
in midfield with two passes, Call to three non-conference matches vic-
Flake and Call to Hall, and a plunge toriosly will be faced with un-
by Call making it first and ten on douboulywthe fages mwitin
the 5. allandBillWinle hendoubtedly the toughest competition
the 25. Call and Bill Windle then they have bucked up against all
took turns hitting the line and year. Minnesota and Wisconsin,
sweeping the ends to put the ball on whom the varsity didn't schedule,
the four. Then on third down, Call have impressive records to show and
again fumbled. the Blues recovering are two of the top threats.
in the end zone for a touchback to Coach Ray Courtright is sending
end the drive. his top five seiiors, Capt. Palmer,
The ballFstayed in midfield for the Emery, Tom Tussing, Bill Black and
remainder of the quarter, with Ma- Lynn Riess into the title quest with
dar intercepting Call's pass intend- the lowest four ien making up the
ed for Flake on the 35 as the half team total.
ended.

Tennis Squad
Wins Seventh
Match In Row,
Upsets Feature Michigan's
6-3 Victory Over State;
Durst And Gamon Lose
(Continued from Page 1)
the first three singles matches com-
pleted, Michigan was losing, 3-0.
Then the second peculiarity oc-
curred, with Michigan sweeping the
last three singles matches. Jim To-
bin had no trouble at all with State's
fourth man, Sam Pratt, winning 6-3,
6-1. Harry Kohl, playing number
five for the Wolverines won a long
drawn out struggle from Floyd
Krause, 6-4, 5-7, 7-5, and Bob Jeffers
got revenge, taking Irving Roberts,
the man who beat him last year, in
a decisive match, 7-5, 6-0.
With the score of the match three
all, the doubles started simultaneous-
ly, and Michigan needed two of the
three points to win. Durst and Ga-
mon won the first duel, taking Olson
and Perkins, 1-6, 7-5, 6-2. Durst
played beautifully, his return of serv-
ice being particularly effective. Ga-
mon's forehand and lob stood up well
under the pounding that the State
duo directed at him.
Tobin and Stille won, 6-4, 7-5, over
Struck and Roberts, a service break
in each set of Roberts deciding the
issue.
Rounding out the match, the third
team of Kohl and Jeffers swept the
doubles, taking Krause and Bob Har-
iss, 6-4, 6-4.
SUMMARIES
Singles
Perkins (MSC) defeated Durst (M)
6-3, 4-6, 6-3.
Struck (MSC) defeated Gamon (M)
6-1, 6-1.
Olson (MSC) defeated Stille (M)
6-3, _6-4.
Tobin (M) defeated Pratt (MSC)
6-3, 6-1.
Kohl(M) defeated Krause (MSC)

Boston...........
Cleveland ........
Detroit ..........
Philadelphia......
Washington.....
St. Louis ........
New York.......
Chicago.......
Saturday's

AMERICAN

In The Majors

LEAGUE
W L
18 6
15 9
13 11
11 13
11 14
9 13
9 14
9 15
Results

Pet.
.750
.625
.542
.458
.440
.409
.391
.375

Detroit 8, Philadelphia 6
New York 3, Chicago 0
Washington 3, Cleveland 2
Boston at St. Louis, rain.

Well Balanced
Squad Scores
67-64_Victory
Panthers Break Varsity
String Of 23 Straight
Dual Meet Triumphs
(Continued from Page 1)
the same order in the 220-yard dash
with the time of 21.7. With a last
desperate lunge Stickel edged out-
Wolverine Stan Kelley in the 220-
yard low hurdles for his third first
place of the afternoon.
Kelley marked up another five
points for Michigan when he copped
the 120-yard high hurdles ahead
of Pitt's Al Newman and teammate
Jeff Hall.
Continuing his undefeated year,
Canham bested Dave McDowell of
Pittsburgh in the high jump with
a winning leap of six feet five and
one-half inches.
Big George Ostroot gathered in
a pair of seconds for the Maize and
Blue, taking the runner-up position
to the husky Panther, John Bazyk,
in both the shot put and discus
throw.
Wolverine Dye Hogan came
through with a sparkling perform-
ance in the half-mile with a 1:53.8
win over teammate Johnny Kautz,
who spurted to gain a five-yard mar-
gin over Pitt's highly-regarded Del
Anderson.

0

NATIONAL

Cincinnati ........
Brooklyn........
New York........
Chicago ..........
Philadelphia .... ..
St. Louis ........
Boston.........
Pittsburgh........
Saturday's
Philadelphia 8,

LEAGUE
W L Pct.
17 6 .739
16 6 .727
13 10 .564
14 12 .538
9 12 .429
9 16 .360
7 14 .333
6 15 .286
Results
Cincinnati 3

St. Louis 6, Brooklyn 2
New York 6, Chicago 4
Boston 15, Pittsburgh 5
COLLEGE BASEBALL
Minnesota 5, Chicago 1
Northwestern 7, Wisconsin
Illinois 7, Indiana 0.

John Bazyk, husky Pittsburgh
senior, did more than his share in
upsetting Michigan's track team
in yesterday's dual meet as he
alone accounted for ten points,
registering first place wins in both
the shot put and discus events.
Series Sweep

1

2

II

Michigan-7 AB
Pink, cf ......... 4
Sofiak, ss ........'3
Evashevski, rf .... 4
Nelson, rf........1
Steppon, 2b....... 1
Trosko, If........3
Chamberlain, 3b .. 4
Ruehle, lb....... 4
Greenberg, lb .... 0
Harms, c3.........3
Bond, p .......... 2

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1
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0
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0
3
0
1
0
3
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8
3
2
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Totals .......29 7 9 27

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Penalty Hurts Blues
The second half started slowly, with
Wise and Call staging a punting duel
which kept the play out of scoring
territory. The White team made their
final effort to tie the count as the
final period was drawing to a close.
After Wise's punt had been downed
on the White 30, a 20-yard penalty
on the Blues for interfering with a
chance to make a fair catch brought
it back to the midfield stripe, A drive
led by Call and Windle, including
two passes from Call to George Ceith-
aml, took the Whites down to the 10.
The threat collapsed there, however,
as a pass from Call intended for Bob
Krejsa was intercepted by Madar and
carried back to the 45. The ball
was in midfield as the game ended.

Purdue-1 AB
McFerren, 2b .... 4
Vernon, if ...... 4
Stamm, rfr .......4
Mackiewicz, 3b .... 4
Hearne, ss.......4
Kurtz, cf .........3
Smithson, lb .... 3
Fisher, c .........3
Baily, p ..........2
Waterhouse.* .... 1
Wargo, p ........ 0
Totals .......32
* Batted for Baily

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4 24
8th.

You'll "Ne'er
Forget Those
Cllege Days
Confucius still say "Peoples
with pleasant memories like cow
with cud =velly contented."
Ten years from now you'll wish,
more than once, that you had a
time machine to turn back to
those "bull-sessions at the Frat
house or hear the thrilling cheers
of that last-minute touchdown
or sit in on such occasions as
the Interfraternity sing. Thru
a Time machine" in the form
of a recorder it is possible to
preserve those "ever-to-be-re-
membered'' times of COLLEGE'
DAYS.
RECORDINGS of any part of
the Interfraternity Sing are
available promptly at reasonable
prices. Also the winning touch-
down of the Ohio State football

Michigan .......... 000 130 12x-7
Purdue ............ 000 000 001-1
Runs batted in: Chamberlain,
Ruehle, Nelson, Harms, Hearne. Three
base hits: Pink, Mackiewicz. Stolen
bases: Sofiak 2, Pink, Nelson, Trosko.
Sacrifice: Bond. Left on bases: Mich-
igan 11; Purdue 5. Bases on balls:
off Bond 1; off Baily 8; of Wargo 2.
Struck out: by Bond 2; by Baily 6.l
Hits: off Baily 6 in 7 innings; off
Wargo 3 in 1 inning. Hit by pitcher:
by Baily (Chamberlain, Pink). Wild
pitches: Baily 1; Wargo 1. Passed
ball: Fisher. Losing pitcher: Baily.
Ben Hogan Leading Field 1
In Goodall Tournament
NEW YORK, May 18. -P)- It wast
all Ben Hogan in the Goodall golf
tournament at Fresh Meadow Club
tonight, and the rest nowhere.r
Two sparkling rounds of 66 andt
71-the first miatching the competi-
tive record for Fresh Meadow-gave
the dauntless Texan a point total of
plus 24, while his closest competitor,
Gene Sarazen, had only 8. Sammy
Snead in third place, had 7.
Theta Xi Beats Phi Delts
ThetaXi entered thefinal round
of Interfraternity softball Friday by
scoring nine runs off Tom Harmon
of Phi Delta Theta. Bill Wadsworth
pitched his team to a four-hit victory,
9-4.
Delta Kappa Epsilon will oppose
Theta Xi in the finals next week.

THE LINE-UPS:
Blues Pos Whites
Sharpe LE Smeja
Sengel L Kelto
Ireland LG Melzow
Kennedy C (c) Ingalls
Thomas RG Cunningham
Wistert (c) RT Flora
Fraumann RE Flake!
Madar QB Ceithaml
Wise LH Call
Lockard RH Krejsa
Miller FB Windle1
Substitutions:
Blues: Ends, Grant; Guards,
Thompson, Kolesar, Van Wagnen;
Centers, Keating, Woytek; Backs,
Dawley, Grissen.
Whites: Ends, Hall, Chady; Tac-
kles, Kelto, Flora; Guards, Seltzer,
Hildebrandt; Backs, Day, Gannatal.
Coaches, Athletes Obtain
View Of College Program
The eighth annual Sports Clinic,
held yesterday, proved to be a big
success. Over 2600 coaches and high
school athletes received a taste of
college athletics.
The morning session, featuring
demonstrations and lectures by
members of the University sports-
teams and coaching staffs was de-
lared successful by both spectators,
and participants.
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24th Hurdle
One-Mile Run: Won by Boulanger
(P); Barrett (M) second; Wisner
(M) third. Time: 4:24.2.
440-yard dash: Won by Breiden-
bach (M); Leutritz (M) second; Fer-
rara (P) third. Time: :47.2.
100-yard dash: Won by Stickel}
(P); 'Ohl (P); seeond; Piel (M)
third. Time : :09.9.
120-yard high hurdles: Won by
Kelley (M) ; Newman fP) second;
Hall (M) third. Time: :14.8.
880-yard run: Won by Hogan
(M); Kautz (M) second; AndersonF
(P) third. Time: 1:53.8.
220-yard dash: Won by Stickel
(P); Ohl (P) second; Piel (M) third.1
Time: :21.7.
Two-mile run: Won by Ackerman
(M); Jester (M) second; Boulanger
(P) third. Time: 9:51.6.
220-yard low, hurdles: Won by
Stickel (P); kelley (M) second;
Hall (M) third. Time: :23.5.
Mile Relay: Won by Michigan.
Time: 3:15.8.
Pole Vault: Won by Rhoades (P);
Decker (M) and Jessup (P) tied
for second. Height: 13 feet 3 inches.
High Jump: Won by Canham,
(M); McDowell (P) second; Sul-
kowski (P) third. Height: 6 feet
512 inches.
Javelin throw: Won by Elliott
(P); Fridley (P) second; Kimmerer
(M) third. Distance: 187 feet 3
inches.
Shot put: Won by Bazyk (P); Os-
troot (M) second; Hook (M) third.'
Distance: 48 feet 11 7/8 inches.
Discus throw: Won by Bazyk (P);
Ostroot (M) second; Konetsky (P)
third. Distance: 141 feet 6%1 inches.
Broad Jump: Won by Ohl (P);
Fred Culver (M) second; Carl Cul-
ver (M) third. Distance: 22 fet
11%1 inches.

Spalding's Famous

6-4, 5-7, 7-5.
Jeffers (M) defeated
(MSC) 7-5, 6-0.
Doubles
Durst and Gamon (M)
! Olson and Perkins (MSC)
6-2.
Tobin and Stille (M)
Struck and Roberts (MSC)
Jeffers and Kohl (M)

Krause and Harris (MSC) 6-4, 6-4.
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Bimelech Runs Second
To Corydon At Belmont
NEW YORK, May 18.-(jP)-Bime-
lech didn't have it today.
The "great horse" of the blue grass
ran second to Mrs. Payne Whitney's
Corydon in the 65th running of the
Withers Mile at Belmont Park and
there appeared to be no excuse for
the colt who was touted as the "sec-
ond Man O'War."
Before a crowd of 29,842-largest
of the metropolitan season-Bimmie
was beaten badly by a colt that had
won only one race previously in his
career.
COLLEGE TENNIS
Ohio State 7, Purdue 2
University of Cincinnati 7, Univer-
sity of Detroit 0.
Michigan 6, Michigan State 3.
Chicago 9, Wisconsin 0.
Northwestern 9, Illinois 0.

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