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SUJNDY; MAC' 5; V4G

TH11E MIG111A N 1DA LY PAGE SEVEN

Wolverines Drop Second Tilt
As Winning Streak Is Snapped'

A S SOCAT0)PIaSLAE

Seven Rtun Rally Gives Mich iga First"
Game, 8-6; Illini Takes Nightcap, 4.3

(Continued from Page 1)
field foul line gave the Wolverines
two more markers. Chappuis singled
home Rosema and after Tomasi hadI
struck out, Chappuis scored on Swan-
son's double to left. Swanson, him-
self, scored the seventh run a moment
later on Kell's double to center.
For good measure Michigan added
a run in the eighth on Swanson's
second double with Chappuis, who
had walked, aboard.
Illini Score in Seventh
Block was in constant trouble
throughout the game with never an
inning lacking base runners. But af-
ter the first it was not until the
seventh that the Illini managed to
score. In that round Eilbracht's dou-
ble to left, sandwiched between a walk
to Kaires and Nussbaumer's muff of
Bob Possehl's liner to center, gave
Illinois two runs.
The second game was a pitcher's
battle for nine cold, cloudy innings
between Bliss (Bo) Bowman and Al
Scharf.
Michigan took the lead in the first
as Kell's bunt single, followed by
the third baseman's overthrow of
first led to a tally. Nussbaumer sac-
rificed Kell to third from where he
scored when the shortstop elected to
throw too late to the plate on Don
Robinson's grounder.
Thun Added in Fourth{
Another run was added in the
fourth on singles by Nussbaumer,
Robinson's of the bunt variety, and
Chappuis' one-base blow.
Michigan's third and final tally
was registered in the fifth when, with
two gone, Kell singled sharply to
right, stole second and scored on the
right fielder's muff of Nussbaumer's
towering fly.
It was in their half of the fifth
that Illinois was able to touch Bow-
man for a run. Roy Wiedow opened
the inning with a walk. Pitcher Al
Scharf sent Wiedow scooting to third
on a solid single to right. Jack Smi-
ley then rapped what looked like a
sure hit through short, but Robinson
dove for it, caught the ball in his
gloved hand and flipped it to Tom-
asi for the force on Scharf. The next
two batters were quickly retired on
easy grounders.
Smiley Doubles
The seventh saw Illinois peck~ away
at Michigan's lead. With two away,
Smiley doubled to deep left center.
Bob Malley followed with a single

to left and the second Illini run came
home.
In the ninth the score was tied
as pinch hitter Mary Lieb hit safely
to deep short, was safe on second
as Robinson dropped Bowman's throw

in ain attempt to force Wiedow on
pitchier Scharf's bunt. Irv (Pro)
Boim came in to pitch. Pinch-batter
Stange walked to load the basecs.
Wiedcw scored the tying run as Jer-
ry Kaires, batting for Bill Myers, hit
into a force play.
Michigan failed to score in its half
of the tenth and the bottom half of
that frame mai,:ed tihe endi of Mich-
igan's victory streak.

Injured'Wtakffld 1,tfled
NEW YORKT-, My-- Dick
Wakefield, ci:uing .Det rot(i:t o lcl-
er, injiured hi.,,lcftwristin the erly
innings against th-e okYn-
krees todayv and wsrpae nlf
field by Jimmy outlaw vintheLfoujt
frame.
Wakefield was hit eui his left r
by one of Lefty Joe Pa(;e's iew
in the third inning and also ate-
peared slightly shaken up in the first
inning when he was pick"ed ofif fIr-t
and scrambled around bfoehewa
tagged out.

J'asqC-!Ge-New IWOCM
NEW YORK --- Arthur "Red" Pat-
1~ sn 5ctr-taryof the Yankees, said
tht iitie B nin F. Schreiber
siened t c erderrest raining Jorge
Pa~QUl. re idntof the Mexican
Lreue hi bothrBernardo Pas-
\\ j hs benin New York the
'es tw wee;c t"heir agents, Carlos
fl aio_,,L-usac and John Ohrbar,
a~dNewYcrk Sportswrviiter Claire
Rutherfocrd "Rud" Rennie from 'in-
duingor attem'1:pting2'to induce any
New Yok Yank e bll player to
repudiate h.is siged Yankee contract.

Baseball >Summnaries

First Game
Michigan
Kell 3B.
Nussbaumer CF
Robin--on SS
Weisenburger LF
Resermv lB
Chappis RF
Tomasi 2B
Swanson C
fleck P
TOTALS

AR
3
4
1
4
4
34

H
1
0
3
1
0
2
0
10

P
1
2
4
0
7
0
5.
6
2
27

ILLINOI
Weidow
Raires7
Dlevero.;
Wakefiel
Eibrach
Possehi
Kilbane
Burkhar+
Gedvilas
Malley
Planert
Re tblatt
Stange1
TOTALS

[S ABH]I
IB 3 1
RF 4 1;
MB 4 1
Id CF 4 1;
it C 4 4
LF 2 11
P 0 01
{dt P 0 04
.3B SS 5 0
SS 2 1 ;
3B 1 0 1
P 2 01
LF 0 01
3 ~31 102,
Score by Innings:
~an 000 007 0 10-8
s 200 000 202-6

P
7
J
7
2A~
!J
0
2
0
0
a
;7

A
2
1
1
0
2
0
2
5
16
A
0
0
0
3
0
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
9

Second Game
MICHIGAN
K(ell 3B~
Nussbaumer CF
Robinson SS
Weisenburger Lk{
Rosema l1P
Chiappuis RF
Tomasi 2B3
Swanson C
Bowman P
Bohni P
'OTALS
ILLINOIS
Stange LF
Smiley RFI
Kaires RIP
Maley SS
Devero 2B3
Wakefield CF, 313
Eilbract C
Miller LF, CF
Mroz 3B
Gedvilas 3B3
Planert3B
Leib
Wiedow 111
Scharf P
TOTALS

AB
4
4
5
4
4
4
4
i2
4
0
36

HI
2
1
0
0
1
I
1
0
0
8

P
2
0
1
0
13
1
6
0
0
28

A
2
1
9
0
1
4
2
3
0
16

AB It P A
0 01 0
4 4 2 0
0 00 0
4 12 3
4 02 4
R4 00 0
3 26 0
5 23 1
0 0 00
1 000
0 00 3
1 10 0
3 1 13 1
2 1 13
31 9 30 15
-nnings:
)0 110 000 0--3
). 010 101 1--4

Michig
Illinois

Score
MICHIGAN
ILLINOIS

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