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SUNDY;AP 2, 194THE MICHIGAN AILY

NIne

Beats

Purdue;

Two-Mile

Relay

Team

Wins

Seniors

Major League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. W L Pet.
Ne\v York .............. 8 3 .727 Brooklyn ...............9 3 .750
Cleveland .............. 8 3 .727 New York .............. 7 4 .636
Boston................7 4 .636 Pittsburgh.............6 5 .545
Detroit................8 5 .615 Chicago ................ 6 5 .545
Washington . ........... .5 7 .417 St. Louis ............... 5 5 .500
St. Louis....... .. ... 5 8 .385 Cincinnati ..........., 4 6 .400
Chicago ................ 3 8 .273 Boston ...... ..........4 8 .333
Philadelphia..........3 9 .250 Philadelphia ............3 8 .273
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
Detroit 4, St. Louis 2 Brooklyn 4, Philadelphia 11
Boston 4, New York 2 New York 5, Boston 1
Cleveland 5, Chicago 4 Chicago 5, Cincinnati 4 -
Washington 10, Philadelphia '7 St. Louis-Pittsburgh, bad wea-
ther.
Sunday's Games
St. Louis at Detroit (2) Sunday's Games
Boston at New York (2)t
Cleveland at Chicago Brooklyn at Philadelphia (2) ]
Philadelphia at Washington (2) Pittsburgh at St. Louis (2) 1
New York at Boston Chicago at Cincinnatis
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Diamond Team Rallies
To Take 5-3 Decision-

Kautz, Roxborough, Matthews, Ufer Chalk Up
Time; Five Other Wolverine Quartets Place

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ball game when Michigan infielders
temporarily lost their thinking caps
and let a Boilermaker runner reach
base on an error. This combined
with a Texas League single in right
scored the Purdue tally.
The local nine waited until the
sixth inning to get their first run. In
that frame after two were out Whitey
Holman reached third when Carl
Hipp, Purdue right fielder, fell while
chasing Whitey's long fly. Don Rob-
inson promptly singled through short
to send Holman across with the score..
The visitors picked up two more
runs in the eighth on two hits and a
walk.
In Michigan's big inning Bob Sten-
berg, batting for Cain, worked Pet-
rich for a pass. After Nelson lined to
center Holman, next up, got his sec-
ond triple of the game when he
socked a long drive into right-center
scoring Stenberg. The fans quieted
down after Don Robinson popped to
the third baseman for the second out
iand gave tit)hope of tying the ball
But Bud Chamberlain proved for
the second time in as many days
that he was the most dangerous man
in the Wolverine lineup by blasting
a 3-2 pitch into short right field for
a single scoring Holman and tying
the score.
Michigan made their winning runs
when Wayne Christenson was safe
at second and Chamberlain at third
as the Purdue second baseman
threw the ball over the first base-
man's head. Both of these players
scored on Paul White's hard single

Track .n m )
(Continued from Page 1)

Ohio State runners, and Bobby Ufer,
turning on the heat in his anchor
leg, raced across the finish line at
least 50 yards ahead of Buckeye Gil-
bert Yates.
The Buckeyes returned several
minutes later, however, to sweep both
sprint relays, chalking up a new
Drake Relay record of 1:25.9 in the
half-mile event. Michigan's sprint
quartet, composed of Al Thomas, Len
Alkon, Chuck Donahey, and Capt. Al
Piel drew the outside lane in both
races and were able to finish no bet-
ter than third in the quarter-mile
event and fourth in the record-break-
ing 880.
Ohio State also gained full revenge
for the drubbing administered their
mile relay team by the Wolverines in
last month's Big Ten indoor cham-
pionships. Blazing their way over the
Drake cinders in sensational fashion,
the Buckeyes were clocked in 3:15.3,
finishing far ahead of second place
Louisiana State to give warning to
the Big Ten teams on hand that
they'll be the crew to beat in the out-
door Conference meet in May. Mich-
igan's quartet, composed of George
Pettersen, Buel Morley, Al Thomas,
and Bob Ufer was not up to par to-
day and wound up in fourth place.
Little Roy Cochran, former Hoosier
star now running under the colors
of the Great Lakes Naval Training
Station, walked off with individual
honors of the day. The speedy Coch-
ran, famed as a quarter-miler and
hurdler in his collegiate days, streak-
ed over 440 yards of hurdles in 52.2
seconds, to establish a new world
record.

Linksmen Paced By Fife, Smith
To Victory Over Spartans, 17-7
By BUD LOW
(S a Bo Th Dagainst George Busch, State's num-
(Special to The Daily)
EAST LANSING, April 25.-Led by ber three man, who shot a 78 to give
juniors Bob Fife and Ben Smith, the the Spartans 2?/2 points. "Big John"
University of Michigan golfers hand- was out in 40 and back in the same
ed Michigan State a 17-7 setback number of strokes and had a little
here on the Lansing Country Club trouble when he three-putted on two
course today. of the greens.
Osler Hits New Low
Shootinha one overar s73, the Dave Osler's 76 completely over-
best he has done so far this season,- whelmed Tom Willis, who shot a
Fife took low medal honors for thehhm d th W ize and Blue
match. In carding the low score for high 84, and the Maize and Blue
th . d IynB cadng urhe irdw scase or linksman tallied three points. His
the day Bob had four birdies as he best score of the current campaign,
beat his opponent, George Zimmer- Osler's score looks evenbettergcon-
man, by six strokes to score three sidering that he had several bad
points for the Maize and Blue, hles.
Smith Shoots 74 Phil Marcellus carded a 77 to Win-
Taking advantage of Spartan ford Barnum's 84 to give Michigan
Ralph Kortge's every miscue and three points, while Bill Stewart shot
making several good recoveries after a 78 to give the varsity three addi-
he himself got into trouble, Ben tional points when State's Jim Davis
Smith scored q 74 to beat his oppo- scored an 84.
nent, who shot a 78, 2-/2-1/2. Ben Bill Courtright and Phil Goodrich
was four up at the end of the first were all even on the 18th green when
nine, mainly because Kortge was in each had an eight foot putt to sink.
constant trouble on the fairways and Goodrich missed the cup by inches
greens, but he could do no better and when Courtright holed out, he
than tie Kortge on the back nine won the match 2-1. Each man had
when the Wolverine's putt on the a medal score of 78. This was Bill's
18th green failed to drop. first match of the season and the
In the number two position, Chan way he hit the ball gives promise of
Simonds played against Spartan Joe even better scores later in the year.
Watson, who was medalist for the * * *
Green and White with a 76. Two SUMMARIES
<down on the front nine, Simonds re- Smith (M)-74-212, Kortge (MSC)
covered sufficiently to tie Watson for -78-/2; Simonds (M)-78-/2, 'Wat-
the final nine holes and salvage a son (MSC)-76-2%; Leidy (M)-80-
half point for the Michigan cause. ,/2 Busch (MSC)-78-2/2; Fife (M)
Chan's 78 for the round was not quite -73-3, Zimmerman (MSC)-79-0,
as good as his scores made on the Osler (M)-76-3, Willis (MSC)-
southern trip because his putter was 84-0; Marcellus (M)-77-3, Barnum
not functioning as-well as it might. (MSC)-84-0; Courtright (M)-78-2,
Captain John Leidy was off his Goodrich (MSC)-78-1; Stewart (M)
game today as he carded an 80 -78-2/2, Davis (MSC)--84-/Z
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APRIL 26, 1942
MICHIGAN UNION

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Michigan Scores At Home And Abroad
PURDUE AB R I () A E 480-Yard Shuttel high Hurdles
W. Burghardt, ss. . 5 0 1 2 0 0 Relay: Won by Texas A.&M.; second,
Friend, if. ....... 4 0 2 1 0 0 Oklahoma A.&M.; third, Iowa;
Smith, c......... 5 0 0 7 3 0 fourth, Michigan. Time 1:00.7.
Riley, cf. ........ 5 0 1 1 0 0 University 440-Yard Relay (final) :
McFerren, 2b. .... 4 1 1 3 1 0 Won by Ohio State (Dave Trepanier,
Young, 3b. ....... 3 0 1 3 2 1 Bob Wright, Dallas Dupree, Ralph
G. Burghardt, 1b.. 3 1 1 6 0 0 Hammond); second, Texas; third,
Walton, rf........2 0 0 0 0 0 Michigan; fourth, Texas A.&M. Time
Hipp, rf. .........1 0 0 0 0 0 :41.3.
Petrich, p........4 1 2 1 2 0 University Two Mile Relay: Woo
-by Michigan( John Kautz, John Rox-
Totals .......... 36 3 9 24 8 1 borough, David Matthews, Robert
MICHIGAN AB R H 0 A E Ufer); second, Ohio State; third,
Nelson, cf. .......4 0 0 2 0 0 Minnesota; fourth, Drake; fifth, Ill-
Holman, lf. ...... 4 2 2 1 0 0 inois. Time 7:43.7.
Robinson, ss. ......4 0 1 2 2 2 University Half Mile Relay: Won
Chamberlain,'; 3b . 3 1 1 0 3 0 by Ohio State (Russell Owen, Leroy
Christenson, 2b .. 4 1 1 3 0 0 Collins, Bob Wright, Ralph Ham-
White, rf......... 4 0 2 4 0 0 mond) ; second, Rice Institute; third,
Boor, lb......... 3 0 0 7 0 0 Texas; fourth, Michigan; fifth, Ne-
Harms, c. ........ 3 0 0 8 0 0 braska. Time 1:25.9. (New Drake
Cain, p. ......... 2 0 1 0 1 0 record. Former record 1:26 by Iowa
Stenberg.........0 1 0 0 0 0 in 1935.)
Fishman, p. ...... 0 0 0 0 0 0 University Mile Relay: Won by
Ohio State (Dallas Dupree, Leroy
Totals . . . .......31 5 8 27 6 2 Collins, Ralph Hammond, Russell
Owen); second, Louisiana State;
P URDUE ..........O 000 020-3 third, Notre Dame; fourth, Michigan;
MICHIGAN . ........000 001 04x-5 fifth, Purdue. Time 3:15.3.
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