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Varsity Rained Out at Purdue
By BUD LOW
Tuesday night Steve O'Neill is go-
ing to bring his Detroit Tigers to
Ann Arbor to play the Wolverine
nine in an exhibition game that
promises to be the biggest local at-
traction of the entire Maize and Blue
spring sport calendar. .
The entire Detroit ball club is
scheduled to make the trip, including'
young Dick Wakefield, the rookie
sensation who has taken over Barney
McCoskey's old job in left field for
the Bengals. The lanky fielder left
fair Ann Arbor two years ago, after
he had burned up the Conference
with his power hitting for the Wol-
verines, when Detroit paid him $52,-
000 to affix his signature to a con-
Aside from the homecoming of
Wakefield, another highlight will be
the pitching of Roy Henshaw whom
manager Steve O'Neill has selected
to start on the mound for the Tigers.
Prior to the game with Detroit
Tuesday night, Michigan is scheduled
to play the Grosse Ile Naval Base in
a twilight contest which will get un-
der way at 6:30 Monday at the Ferry
Field diamond. Coach Ray Fisher ex-
pects to use either Bill Cain or Dick
Savage as the starting pitcher
against the Sailors.
Meanwhile, the squad came home
yesterday from West Lafayette,
where they had been scheduled to
meet Purdue in a two game series,
just a little peeved at the weather
man. After being rained out Friday
afternoon, the Wolverines were hop-
ing that they could pay the Boiler-
makers in a doubeheader yesterday,
but the field was much too wet and
both games had to be canceled. There
is not much chance that the games
can be rescheduled, and so the Var-
sity's Conference schedule has been
cut to six tilts.
Despite the fact that Michigan was
idle over the week-end, they took the
lead in the Big Ten standings when
Minnesota and Wisconsin split a two
game series. The Varsity was tied
with the Badgers in the Conference
standings prior to Friday, but -Wis-
consin took a ter-Porary lead when
'they downed the Gophers, 3-2, in
thirteen innings. Then yesterday
13 innings. Then yesterday Minne-
sota came back to win a pitcher's
duel, 2 to 1,
Rain interfered with Michigan's
scheduled golf match with Michigan
State at East Lansing yesterday, but
plenty of excitement will be tinkhe
air tomorrow as Ohio State linksmen
arrive here for their second match
with the Wolverines, in what will be
the last appearance of Michigan
golfers in home competition.
Whennthe Maize and Blue golf
team met the Buckeyes at Columbus,
it was defeated 14-10 in a tough
battle. Most of the matches were
extremely close, and the lack of
practice was evidenced in the play
of both teams. Weather has been
more favorable to the linksmen since
that time, however, and both teams
have had an opportunity for more
The defending Big Ten champions
are "out for revenge" as they put it.
They felt they should have beaten
Ohio State then, and tomorrow the
Wolverines will attempt to give the
Buckeyes some of their own medi-
Play will probably start at 9 o'clock
for the best ball matches in the
morning, and around 1:30 for the
singles. Ohio State is expected to
bring five men to compete with the
Next Week Is IT
Mile run-Ross Hume (M), Scott
(MS), Matthews (M), Barnard (M).
440-yard dash-Ufer (M), Glas
(M), Matney (M), Kaulitz (MS).
100-yard dash-Dupre (OS), Hat-
field (OS), Alkon (M), McCarthy
120-yard high hurdles - Byerly
(M), Marshall (M), Buschman (MS),
Stroia (M). Tine-:15.3.
880-yard run-Jones (OS), Rox-
borough (M), Liggett (MS), Mat-
thews (,M). Time-1:55.8.
220-yard dash-Dupre (OS), Al-
kon (M), Hatfield (OS), McCarthy
Two-mile run-Page (MS), Leon-
ardi (M), Bob Hume (M), Conant
220-yard low hurdles-Marshall
(M), Pinney (M), Sears (M), Du-
pre (OS). Time-:24.4.
Mile relay-Michigan (Matney,
Sternisha, Glas, Ufer), Michigan
State (Liggett, Kennedy, Von Eber-
stein, Kaulitz), Ohio State (Snow-
den, Ganiard, Young, Jones).
Pole Vault-Segula and Moody
(M) tied for first at 12 feet, Maclear
(M) and Roberts (MS) tied for third
at 11 ft. 6 in.
Shot put-Willis (OS) 44 ft. 10%
in., Gardner (M) 43 ft. 11% in.,
Kraeger (M) 43 ft. 9% in., Dugger
(OS) 42 ft. 14 in.
High jump-Milne (MS) 6 ft. 2/%
in., Gardner (M) 6 ft. 11/ in., Stroia
(M) 5 ft. 108 in., Taylor (M) and
Hill (OS) tied for fourth at 5 ft.
Broad jump-Dupre (OS) 22 ft. 7
in., Tyler (OS) 22 ft. 1 in., Kaulitz
(MS) 21 ft. 7 in., Buschman (MS)
21 ft. 112 in.
Discus-Dugger (OS) 128 ft. 9
in., Gardner (M) 123 ft. % in., Krae-
ger (M) 117 ft. 10 in., Baker (MS)
115 ft. 3%/8 in.
Final score-Michigan 82, Ohio
State 41%, Michigan State 28/2.
By ERIC ZALENSKI
Bounding back from last week's
close defeat by Illinois, a rampaging
Michigan cinder squad rolled up 82
points to crush Ohio State and Mich-
igan State yesterday afternoon at
Although they took only six firms
places, the Wolverines had little
trouble as the Buckeyes were- able to
score only 4112 points. The Spartans
were a poor third with 2812 points.
The score of the personal Big Ten
feud between Michigan and Ohio
State was almost a direct reversal of
last year's outdoor dual meet when
the Buckeyes triumphed, 81 2/3 to
40 1/3 for the Maize and Blue.
Ohio's Dupre Stars
Ohio State provided the meet star
in little Dallas Dupre, winner of three
first places and a fourth. The flashy
Buckeye ace grabbed the 100-yard
dash in 9.9 secondst the 220-yard
dash in 22 flat and the running broad
jump with a leap of 22 ft. 7 in. He
was fourth in the 220-yard low hur-
dles. The four events gave him 16
Despite the cold, raw air and the
saturated track, Ohio's Johnny Jones
scored the biggest surprise of the
meet when he blazed home first in
the 880-yard run to beat Johnny
Roxborough. His time of 1:55.8 was
exceptional for the conditions.
Marshall Edges Pinney
Of almost equal interest was the
close victory of Private Charlie Mar-
shall over Chuck Pinney in the 220-
yard low hurdles. The former Butler
University timber-topper lunged
ahead at the finish to just nose out
Pinney with Wolverine Jim Sears
coming in ahead of Dupre for a third.
Ross Hume started the Wolverines
off with a bang as he defeated the
Spartan captain, Bill Scott, in the
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mile. Hume overtook Scott 60 yards
from the tape to win in 4:16.7 witht
Captain Dave Matthews third and
freshman Dick Barnard fourth.
Ufer Wins Againc
The wet track had little effect ent
Bob Ufer with an impressive 440 win,
in 49.5 second with teammates Willie
Glas and Bill Matney placing behind
him. And Ufer anchored the Wolver-
ine mile relay team to a one-sided
triumph, racing home 50 yards ahead
of the Spartans' Dale Kaulitz.
The Spartans scored only two
firsts. Red-head Jerry Page won an
upset victory in the two-mile in 9:42,
uncorking a beautiful last lap sprint
to pull away from Ernie Leonardi.
Bob Hume pulled up in the last 50
yards for a close third. And high
jumper Jim Milne won his event at
6 ft. 2% in.
Michigan won only one field event,
the pole vault, in which Bob Segula
and Gene Moody tied at 12 feet.
Orio's Jack Dugger won the discus
at 128 ft. 97/8 in., and teammate Bill
Willis took the shot put with a toss
of 44 ft. 10 in,
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Northwestern Uniersity swept four
singles matches and one doubles to-I
clay to beat the University of Michi-
gia 5 to 4 in a Big Ten Conference
dual tennis meet.
Roger Downs of Northwestern cap-
tured the No. 1 singles match from
Aldin Johnson, 6-3. 1-6. 6-2. Downs
then paired with Bob Goodkind to
hand Michigan's No. 1 doubles team
of Roger Lewis and Fred Wellington
Wellington, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3; Boucher,
M, beat Doherty. 7-5, 6-2; Perlmut-
ter, N, beat Brown, '6-4, 6-2.
DOUBLES-Johnson and Bradley,
M, beat Doherty and Meyer, 6-1, 6-4;
Boucher and Brown, M, beat Bach
and Perlmutter, 7-5, 6-4.
Count Fleet Is Preakness
Victor; Blue Swords Next
IN A DISTINGUISHED NE'IW PLAY
13Y A UN1VERSITY STUDEI)NT
its first loss of the season, 7-5.6-2.
The Wolverine netters return to PIMLICO RACE TRACK. Balti-
Ann Arbor next week to meet the more, May 8.--A'-Count Fleet won
Spartans of Michigan State on the the Preakness Stakes today. Blue
Maize and Blue courts Monday. Swords was second, eight lengths be-
Other results yesterday: 1hind the leader, and Vincentive was
SINGLES-Lewis, M, beat Good- third, another 412 lengths farther
kind, 6-4, 6-2; Greenburg, N, beat', back.
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