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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNAY, MAY20, 194

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Purdue,

97-25

Louthen, Bowman Get Fifth Wins;
Squad Keeps Perfect Big Ten Record
Nine Two Games
scored the runs which proved the the lack of practice during the week
Away From Title winning margin, Bowman's triple by their weak hitting in the first
began the batting surge after two game. Indiana, he added, is by far

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Coach Doherty Handed

SECOND FOR HAL:
Newhouser Hurl Shutout,
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By BILL MULLENDORE point total. Doherty's men counted
Michigan's track team handed 11 first places to Purdue's three and
Coach Ken Doherty a fine present on slammed the mile, half-mile, low
his 40th birthday yesterday by rid- hurdles, shotput, and discus.
ing roughshod over an out-classed Parsons Stars
Purdue squad, 97-25, for its biggest Highlight performance of the meet
dual meet total of the season. was Archie Parsons' sizzling 1:55.3 in

By The Associated Press
DETROIT, May 19-Hal Newhou-
ser pitcher and batted the Detroit Ti-
gers to an even break today in a twin,
bill with the Washington Senators,
winning the second game for Detroit,j
Eas One

MILE RUN-Won by Ross Hume;
(M), second, Thomason (M); third,
Fairservice (M). Time-4:25.1.
440-YARD DASH-Won by Forres-
tal (M); second, Major (P); third,
Mann (M). Time-:49.8 (new meet
record).
100-YARD DASH-Won by Har-
vey (P); second, Witherspoon (M);
third, Fonde (M). Time-:10.1.
120-YARD HIGH HURDLES -
Won by Dykema (M); second, Bal-
ogh (M) third, Schweinsberger (P).
Time-:16.
880-YARD RUN-Won by Parsons
(M); second, Bob Hume (M); third,
Barnard (M). Time-1:55.3 (new
meet record).
220-YARD DASH-Won by Har-
vey -(P); second, Witherspoon (M);
third, Shepherd (M). Time-:22.3.
TWO-MILE RUN-Won by Bird-
sall (M); second, Davis (P); third,
Hawk (P). Time-9:53.4 (new meet
record).
220-YARD LOW HURDLES-Won
by Dykema (M); second,. Larson
(M) ; third, Balogh (M). Time -
:25.6.
MILE RELAY-Won by Michigan
(Mann, McConnell, Shepherd,. For-
restal). Time-3:25.5.
SHOTPUT--Won by Grandy (M);
second, McNab (M); third, Zoeller
(M). Distance-42 ft. 4 in.
HIGHJUMP--Won by Kilpatrick
(P); second, McNab (M); third,
Campbell (M). Height-6 ft. 3 in.
(new meet record).
POLE VAULT-Tie for first be-
tween Bentz (M) and Scheer (M) ;
third, Schweinsberger (P). Height-
12 ft. (ties meet record).
BROADJUMP- Won by Weyers
(M); second,' Campbell (M); third,
Larson (M). Distance-21 ft. 1/2 in.
DISCUS THROW--Won by Gran-
dy (M); second, McNab (M); third,
Haas (P). Distance-122 ft. 11 in.
Pair of Wins
MICHIGAN AB R H O A E
Kell, 3b ........2 0 0 0 1 0
Weisenburger, ss. 3 0 1 3 4 2
Gregor, If. ......4 0 0 1 0 0
Lund, cf. ........4 0 0 2 0 0
Nelson, rf. ......4 0 0 1 0 0
Rosema,1b. .....3 0 0 7 0 0
Soboleski, 2b.' . . .2 2 1 2 4 1
Stevenson, c. ....3 1 1 11 0 0
Louthen, p. .....3 1 1 0 0 0
TOTALS.......28 4 4 27 9 3
INDIANA AB R H O A E
Miller,.3b........4 0 1 0 2 0
Zabek, ss. .....5 0 2 0 3 0
Linko,Ilf. .......5 0 1 0 0 0
Kluszewski, cf. .4 0 1 4 0 0
Kralovansky, lb .2 1 0 11 0 0'
Murray, rf. .....4 0 0 1 0 0
Cherry, 2b. .....4 1 1 1 1 1
Cohen,c........4 0 0 6 0 0
Modak, p. ......3 0 0 1 0 0
*Cieslak.........1 0 0 0 0 0
TOTALS.......36 2 6 24 6 1

3 to 0, after the Nats had made the
most of six hits in the opener to win,
6-2.
Newhouser, giving a half dozen
hits, helped win his own game by
batting in two runs with a fourth
inning single with the bases full. Roy
Cullenbine hit his second homer of
the season in the same inning off
Milt Haefner, who gave seven hits
in taking his fourth defeat of the
year.
Newhouser's shutout was his sec-
ond this season and the seventh for
Detroit pitchers.
Torres Triples
Gil Torres' three-run triple into
the right field corner off rookie Art
Houtteman was Washington's big
blow in the opener, giving Roger
Wolff his fourth victory. The defeat
was charged to Paul (Dizzy) Trout,
who retired from the game in the
sixth inning with a pulled muscle in
his side. Trout was expected to be
out of action for about four days.
Trout gave just two hits in the
first five innings before the Nats got
to him for two runs in the sixth.
George Case walked to open the in-
ning and scored as Joe Kuhel doubled
to right center. Fermin Guerra sac-
rificed but was safe when Trout
fielded the ball poorly and was charg-
ed with an error. Trout retired from
the game at that point but Kuhel
scored after the catch of" George
Binks' fly to Cramer.
Tigers Bunch Blows
The nightcap was a first class
southpaw hurling duel between New-
houser and Haefner but the Tigers
bunched three of their hits in the
fourth for all their runs. Cullenbine
led off the inning with his homer.
After York grounded out Roger Cra-
mer was hit by a pitched ball and
Outlaw singled to right. Jimmy
(Skeeter) Webb forced Outlaw butl
Paul Richards walked to fill the]
bases and Newhouser punched a!
single over second to send two runs
across.
Broncos Lose
Meet to Miami
OXFORD, Ohio, May 19-(,P)-Mi-
ami University came from behind to
win the mile relay today and beat
Western Michigan college 65 to 57
in a hotly-contested dual track meet.
Western Michigan, needing victory
in the final relay to win the meet by
two points, gained a 10-yard lead in
the third lap with Bill Haidler carry-
ing the baton but Sylvester Stewart
of Toledo overtook Ray Bailey of the
Broncos on the last turn to win by
five yards.
Miami gathered eight first places
in the meet's 12 events but Western
Michigan stayed in the running with
a flock of seconds and thirds.

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started scoring with two runs in the
first and sent runs across the plate
in every inning but the fifth and
sixth. The 4Wolverines made two in
the second, three in the third, one
in the fourth, one in the seventh, and
ended their spree by getting three
in the eighth.
in Frent All the Way
The Hoosiers were behind all the
way, and failed to score before the
RAY LOUTLIEN
. . . wins number five.
sixth inning, when the Michigan
squad had an eight-run lead. In
that frame, Indiana scored two tal-
lies, getting two more in the eighth,
and one in the last inning.
In the third, when the Wolverines
Navy's New Policy
Releases Officers
WASHINGTON, May 19-( )-The
1 Navy today made it possible for a
few more athletes and possibly others
to return to civilian life by putting
into effect a new policy affecting of-
ficers commissioned for special tasks.
Such officers will be released from
active duty if their special tasks
have been completed.

cuts had been registered, and Stev-
enson had gotten to first when one
cf Williams' pitches caught him in
the back. Walt Kell scored Steven-
s:on and Bowman with a triple to
center, and was brought home by
Weisenburger's single to right.
Bowman Hits, Too
Bowman led the Wolverines in hit-
ting, getting four hits in four times
at bat, two singles, a double, and a
triple. Soboleski hit an even .500
with a two-game record of two hits
in four times at bat. Stevenson and
Capt. Don Lund each got three hits,
while Walt Kell, and Jack Weisen-
burger collected two apiece. Miller,
Ted Kluszewski, and Murray chalked
up three safeties each for the Hoo-
siers.
Although Coach Ray Fisher was
elated at his team's performance, he
stated that the Wolverines showed

the best team Michigan had played.
Fisher also praised the performance
of Seboleski, who filled in at second
when Dom Tomasi was called home
by a death in his family.
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Nine Tro Play
Romulus Next
Coach Ray Fisher's nine will play
its last home games of the season
this week as it tangles with Romulus
Air Base tomorrow and the Bunker
Hill Navy Air Base Tuesday.
These games, both of which, will
begin at 4 p. m. EWT (3 p. m. CWT);
are "fortunately scheduled," accord-
ing to Coach Fisher, who will have
a chance to prepare his squad better
for the doubleheader at Wisconsin
Saturday.

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