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NUNDAY, APICIL 30, 1944

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Baseball Squad Sweeps Series;

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Bowman Pitches Michigan to

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Win Over Irish in Second Contest

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All Runs Unearned in
Loosely Played Tilt
By MARY LU HEATH
Michigan's unbeaten baseball club
swept the series with Notre Dame
yesterday, coming from behind for the
second straight day to overtake Coach
Jake Kline's men, 7-2, by virtue of
a five-run uprising in the Wolverine
half of the fifth.
Bo Bowman garnered his second
win of the season as he came back
on the mound for Michigan after a
two-day rest from his 7-0 shutout
over the Hawkeyes Tuesday. Bow-
man allowed five scattered hits in his
nine inning tenure on the mound

The Irish flinger, Joe Ziemenski,
gave up five hits and was forced to
retire to the showers at the end of
the seventh frame to make way for
relief hurler Jack Barrett. Barrett
hurled three strike-outs, Bowman
seven and Zieminski failed to fan a
single man.
All nine runs in the ball game were
unearned, and the Wolverines tallied
their five big runs on two infield
singles, a pair of errors and two free
passes.
Get Five Runs in Fifth
Bowman opened the inning with a
bounding ball through the middle,
which was muffed by the Irish short-
stop, Bob Klein. Third baseman
Mike Farnyk beat out an infield
single and Blanchard was hit by Zie-

minski, loading the bases. Two con-
secutive walks brought in a pair of
tallies, and a timely single by first
baseman Elmer Swanson sent two
more mhen across the plate. The re-
maining marker was scored on an-
other error by Klein.
The other two Michigan runs were
made in the fourth and the sixth, the
initial tally resulting when the Irish
defense fell apart, with Zieminski
and second baseman Dick Balbierz
each contributing a misplay after
leftfielder Bob Gregor had doubled.
The tther run crossed the plate by
virtue of a two-base error by first
baseman Phil Reither, and a single
by Blanchard.
Swanson Stars
The Notre Dame runs were scored
in the third frame, when Bowman
and second-baseman Ketterer were
charged with misplays. Bowman
gave up one hit and a pass in this
inning. rhe second run was scored
on a sacrifice fly by Reither. Swan-.
son made a sensational catch of TomI
Sheehan's high foul for the third out,
racing to the stands back of first
base to grab the ball.
Blanchard and Gregor shared hit-
ting honors, each racking up two
hits in four trips to the plate. Both
men registered a single and a bouble._

Cindermen win
Four Mile Race!
At Philadelphia
Squad Takes Pair of
Races in Two Days
By HARVEY FRANK
Special to The Daily
PHILADELPHIA,. Pa., April 30.-
Michigan's track team copped one
event, the four-mile relay, here yes-
terday, and finished third in two
others in the final day of the 50th
annual Penn Relays. The win, cou-
pled with yesterday's victory in the
distance medley, gave the Wolverines
their only titles.
Expected to cop the last event on
the program, the mile relay, the
Wolverines ran their only disappoint-
ing race. Jim Pierce, leading off,
ended up his leg third, and the only
Mchigan threat after that came
when Bob Ufer, running anchor,
pulled up to within a foot of the
leading Army entry before faltering,
and dropping to third place behind
Dartmouth.
Team Wins Easily
The four mile relay team had com-
petition for the first two miles, but
after that had the field all to itself,

Special to The Daily
FINDLAY, Ohic, April 29- Cca:h
Ray Courtright's Michigan golf
team dropped its first match of thej
sea son here yesterdIay afternoon.
bzwing to the Ohio State lin smen.
12-6.
The Wolverine golfers won only
one match in the afternoon's play,
taking one of the best ball four-
somes. In the singles play, Michigan
halved two matches and lost the
other two. Peterson of Ohio State
was medallist with a 71.

In the day's cpening match Jacl: chances were lost, however, when
Tews cf the Wolverines, although I Peterson and Crabil whitewashed
he was low man for Michigan with Tews and Jenswold. Marcellus and
a 79, could not keep pace with Peter- Toin Messinger salvaged some glory
'son's l orrid play and lost, 3-0. Phil in the final match by trouneing
Marcellus halved his bout with Cra- Love and Spilker.
bil, and Jenswold lest to Love. Paul The Michigan golfers were unable
O'Hara wound uip the singles matlchjtrcyrolngensf
by halving Spilker of the Buckeyes. to solve the tricky, rolling greens of
Going into tle best ball matches the local course, and as a consequence
the score stood eight and one-half had a large number of three-putt
tc three and one--half, with Mic:hi-
gan needing tosweep both four- greens. This putting trouble probably
somes to eke out a victory. All cost them the match.

'Golfers Suffer First Loss, Dropping
12-6 Match to Ohio State Linksmen

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Three games have been added to John Purdue, picked to make the
the Wolverine baseball schedule, it trip only last week after a series of
was announced yesterday by the ath- elimination races, ran the first leg
letic department,.eliianraces, r t fst leg
The diamond squad will face Camp for Michigan and led for most of his
Perry May 7 there, and will play the mile, but fell behind both Tom Ialor
Grosse Ile Naval Training Station of Columbia and Archie Parsons of
May 9 on the home field. A return NYU on the last lap.

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Barnard Takes Lead
So when Dick Barnard, running
second for the Mlaize and Blue, took
over, he trailed the leaders by ap-
proximately three yards. After being
boxed in by NYU and Army for three
and a half laps Barnard passed both
on his last turn and gave the baton
to Bob Hume, running third, ten feet
in the lead.
From then on in, Hume and bro-
ther Ross, running the anchor leg,
did nothing but increase the Michi-
gan lead, finally finishing over 200
yards to the good. Army wound up
second, a couple of yards ahead of
NYU.
A piece of last-minute strategy
backfired for Coach Ken Doherty in
the two-mile relay. Doherty original-
ly had Barnard, the Humes and Bob
Ufer forming the Wolverine quartet,
but when Bob Hume came into the
finish of the third leg about 30 feet
in the lead, Purdue suddenly replaced
Ufer as Michigan's anchor man. He
held the margin for 300 yards before
faltering, slowly dropping back to
third place behind Dartmouth and
Rochester.

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