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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Nine

Takes

Both

Bronco

Games;

First

9-0,

Second

2-1

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Irish Netters
Hand Varsity
First Defeat
Johnson, Frolik, LewisY
Lose in 5-4 Trouncing
Special to The Daily
SOUTHBEND, Ind., May 6.-Drop-
ping three singles and two doubles
matches, the University of Meichigan
tennis team lost its first meet of
the season hre today, bowing to
Notre Dame, 5-4.
The Irish captured the top half
of the singles matches and the one
and two doubles clashes to revenge
last year's upset at the hands of the
Wolverines by the same 5-4 margin.
It was Notre Dame's third straight
win this year.
Only one of the matches went three
sets. In the number four singles tilt,
Bill Ford, Michigan's unbeaten fresh-
man, had to wage an uphill battle all
the way, comilag from behind to fin-
ally down Jimmy Griffin, 3-6, 8-6,
6-2.
The meet was decided by the last
match of the afternoon, the number
two doubles. With both teams tied
at four matches apiece, Chuck Sam-
son, Big Ten number two singles
champ, and Griffin defeated Jinx
Johnson and Ford, 6-1, 8,6.
SUMMARIES
Singles: Samson (ND) def. John-
son (M) 6-3, 1-5; Evert (ND) def.
Lewis (M) 6-4, 6-2; Tully (ND) def.
Frolik (M) 6-4, 6-2; Ford (M) def.
Griffin (ND) 4-6, 8-6, 6-2; Post (M)
def. Wood (ND) 6-1,-6-1; Gulick (M)
def. Warshawsky (ND) 6-4, 6-4.
Doubles: Everet-Tully (ND) def.
Lewis-Frolik (M) 6-2, 6-2; Gulick-
1 oucher (MW) def. Wood-Bleck (ND)
6-2, 6-4; Samson-Griffin (ND) def.
Johnson-Ford (M) 6-1, 8-6.

Bowman Hurls Hitless Ball Until 9th
When Hovance Singles with Two Out
Hirsch Holds Western Michigan to Two Safeties in Second Game;
Varsity Infield Plays Without Error; Gregor Garners Most Hits

Second 2-1

(Continued from Page 1)
in the fifth, Elmer Swanson drove a
hard hit ball into left center field for
a triple, one of two extra base hits
of the afternoon scoring Lund. Catch-
er Bob Stevenson then got a single
to score Swanson from third base.
In the eighth inning, Michigan
scored five runs on four hits by
Blanchard, Gregor, Lund and Nuss-
baumer and numerous misplays by
the Broncos.
Western Michigan ended the game
with one hit, no runs and six errors
while the Wolverines had eight hits,
nine runs and no errors.
Hirsch Pitches Seven Hitless Innnings
Elroy "Crazy Legs" Hirsch pitched
hitless ball after the second inning in
the second game which saw the Bron-
cos eke out only two scratch hits off
Hirsch's glove. Western Michigan
held a one-run lead until the eighth
inning when pitcher Hirsch came
throughat the plate as well as on the
mound to pound out a triple over the
left fielder's head and score Nuss-
bauiger, tying up the game.
Kfirsch and the Wolverine errorless
infield then took to the field and got
the next three Western Michigan
batter out in order.
Gregor Drives To Center Field
With the score tied in the ninth
the first man up, hard hitting Bill
Gregor, drove a grounder into cen-
terfield. The winning run being on
first, Don Lund sacrificed and Swan-
son flied out to left. Bob Nussbaum-
er, who came into the game in the
seventh to run for Bob Wiese, came
through in the clutch with a nicely
placed single between the shortstop
and third baseman, scoring Gregor
to win the ball game.

Pensive Wins
Kentucky Derby
With Fast Finish
Broadcloth, Stir Up
Trail Calumet Entry
CHURCHILL DOWNS, Louisville,
May 6.-( P)-Pensive, the horse that
almost didn't get to come to the
Kentucky Derby, struck from behind
in the final eighth of a mile today
to win the 70th and richest of all
Derbies in the silks of Warren
Wright's Calumet farm.
A none too impressive winner dur-
ing the winter and early spring rac-
ing and beaten in the Chesapeake
Stakes at Pimlico, last Saturday, the
son of the 1933 English Derby win-
ner, Hyperion, bounded home four
and one half lengths in front of Mrs.
George Poulson's Broadcloth from
Los Angeles.
Stir Up Trails by Five Lengths
Mrs. Payne Whitney's Stir Up, 3-2
favorite of a crowd variously esti-
mated from 60,000 to 70,000, trailed
by another length and just managed
to save third money from Shut Up of
Sailor Joe Goldband's Erlanger sta-
ble.
In chalking up the second Derby
victory for Wright and the third for
trainer Ben Jones of Parnell, Mo.,
Conn McCreary guided Pensive over
the mile and one quarter in 2:04 1-5
for his initial triumph in the three-
year-old classic.
Time Considered Good
The time was considered excellent
since the track was only one fifth pf
a second slower than Count Fleet
hung up in winning last year over a
fast racing strip.
With 16 of the 19 overnight entries
starting, the race had a gross value
of $86,700. with Pensive putting $65,-
200 of it in Wright's pocket. The
previous high was in 1942 when Shut
Out won $64,750 of the $86,250 purse
for Mrs. Whitney.

KALAMAZOO, Mich., May 6.-(AP)
-Michigan's Big Ten golf champions
scored a 25 to 2 victory over a West-
ern Michigan College squad here
today.
Johnny Tews led the Wolverines
with a one-over-par 72 and had
plenty of help. The Bronco V-12 and
V-5 trainees hurrying to the course
from special drills never were in the
dual meet, Marine Robert Hawkins
being low with an 80. Western has a
return match at Ann Arbor next
Saturday afternoon.
Summaries:

Tews, Michigan, 72; D. Hawkins,
80; 3-0.
O'Hara, Michigan, 74; D. Holke-
boer, 81; 3-0.
Best ball, Michigan 3-0.
Marcellus, Michigan, 83; D. Hohn,
89, 2y2-%/2
Messenger, Michigan, 78; D.
Brown, 85, 22-%1.
Best ball, Michigan 2-1.
Jenswold, Michigan, 79; D. Kins-
hoven, 85. 3-0.
Noble, Michigan, 80; D. Recten
wald, 89. 3-0.
Best ball, Michigan 3-0.

Golfers Score 25-2 Victory over
Broncos; Tews Leads Wolverines

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Compton, Rotman Hit Hirsch
In the second inning which kept
pitcher Hirsch from pitching hitless
ball, Bernie Compton hit a scratch
single to left and rightflelder Ken
Rotman countered with a single to
right, scoring Compton for the Bron-
cos' lone marker of the afternoon.

Morton, the shortstop was hit by
the pitcher and the Bronco catcher,
Ward, took a base on balls. The fans
saw the second Wolverine double
play of the season as third baseman'
Mike Farnyk got hold.of pitcher Paul
Phillips' grounds to get Morton at
the plate and Phillips at first.

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BRONCOS
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Milosevich, ss .. .
Hovanec, Ib.
Rotman, rf....
Morton, 3b......
Krupa, If .......
Compton, 2b,....
Ward, c.........,
Biddle, p......

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BRONCOS
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Milosevich, ss ...
Hovanec, lb.
IKrupa, if ..
Compton, 2b ....
Rotman, rf.....
Morton, 3b.....
Ward, c.......
Phillips, p.....
TOTALS......
WOLVERINES
Farr.yk, 3b .....
Ketterer, 2b
Blanchard, ss ...
Gregor, if......
Lund, cf ....... .
Swanson,- lb ...
Wiese, rf .......
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Stevenson, c....
Hirsch, p......

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WOLVERINES
Farnyk, 3b ......
Ketterer, 2b ....
Blanchard, ss ...
Gregor, If .......
Lund, cf ........
Swanson, lb ....
Nussbaumer, rf ..
Stevenson, c,....
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W L Pct. GB W L Pct. GB
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