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MAY 21, 1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wolverines Upset Buckeye Golfers
TigerTrip Michi61Michigan Nets 18-6 Win,
TDeeatsBig TenChamps

Six Run Uprising in Sixth Inning
Spells Defeat for Wolverine Nine

Barc~lav, KI ssf"~, (Coii'triglii liari'e I I ot't

Weiseniberger, Rosema
Get Lone Michigan Hits
(Continued from Page 1)
second, Bob Chappuis, who had
reached first on Swift's bad throw of
his bunt, was forced at second as
Tomasi hit into a double play.
Fourth Inning Threat
Gray's single and Bloodworth's
triple were the only other hits until
the Tigers came to bat in the sixth.
Michigan had threatened in the four-
th when Nussbaumer walked, stole
second, and moved to third on Rob-
inson's infield out. But Gray struck
out Weisenberger and Rosema to end
the threat.
Webb led off the big inning with
a hard ground ball to the left of
Tomasi that the infielder managed
to stop, but his throw got by Rosema.
Rosema made a fast recovery and
almost got the Tiger shortstop as
he slid into second.
Webb Scores
Webb moved to third on a wild
pitch and scored on Evers' only hit
of the game. After Lipon grounded
out, Wakefield hit the three and
nothing pitch into right for a single,
moving Evers to second. Roy Cullen-
bine singled, scoring Evers with the
game's only earned run.
Bloodworth singled after Anse
Moore flied out to Chappuis scoring

Wakefield. Swift's double chased Cul-
lenbine and Bloodworth across the
plate at which time Pro Boim came
in to pitch. Jimmy Outlaw, batting
for Gray, singled to right scoring
Swift with the last Tiger run.
CliffWise had to come in to pitch
in the seventh after Boim had walked
two of the first three men to face him.
On the first pitch Cullenbine hit a
grounder to Rosema who relayed the
ball to Robinson who threw back to
Wise who was covering first. Earl
Block pitched the last inning for the
Wolverines and got the side out in
order, after Wise had been removed
for a pinch hitter in the eighth.
Sad Sixth

DETROIT
Webb, ss
Lipon, 3b
Evers, cf
Wakefield, If
Cullenbine, lb
Moore, rf
B'dworth, 2b
Swift, c
Gray, p
*Outlaw
White (6th)
TOTALS

ABR
5 1
4 0
4 1
2 1
4 1
4 0
41
3 1
2 0
1 0
1 0
34 61

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0 1
2 1
2 1
0 0
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12 1
0 0
0 0
0 2
27 9

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Kell, 3b
Nussbaumer, cf
Robinson, ss
Brown, ss
Weisenberger, If

AB R
4 0
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3 1
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PO A
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3 1
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Highlights -
from the
Sports World
Homer Beats Yanks
CLEVELAND, May 20--Cleve-
land beat the New York Yankees at
their own game today as Ken Kelt-
ner belted his sixth home run of the
year in the ninth inning for a 4-3
victory after Nick Etten and Bill
Dickey had bashed round trippers to
tie the score in their half of the final
frame.
All three Yankee scores resulted
from homers. Etten also had smashed
one of Steve Gromek's pitches over
the right field barrier in the sec-
ond inning. Gromek survived a 10-
hit attack to register his second de-
cision of the campaign and his sixth
straight over New York.
Wacshinton W ins
CHICAGO, May 20-(P)-The Chi-
cago White Sox outhit the Washing-
ton Senators today but lost 10 to 2,
for their tenth loss in the last 12
games.
Dutch Leonard, who beat the Sox
six times last season, won his fourth
game of the season while the Sena-
tors were making ten hits off Edgar
Smith, Frank Papish and Ralph
Hamner.
Leonard scattered the 11 Sox hits
and held them scoreless until the
eighth inning when Wright and Platt
hit homers.
The Senators scored five of their
ten runs in the second and third inn-
ings against Smith, with Leonard
himself driving in two with a single
to center in the second.
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Ho ,M3 0 1 0 0 0
Rlouser,lif 1 0 0 0 0 0
Rosema, lb 4 0 1 9 1 0
Chappuis, rf 4 0 0 2 0 0
Tomasi, 2b 3 0 0 3 2 1
Swanson, c 3 0 0 5 0 0
Bowman, p 2 0 0 0 1 0
Boim, p (6) 0 0 0 0 0 0
Wise, p (7) 0 0 0 1 0 0
- Capoferi 1 0 0. 0 0 0
Block, p (9) 0 0 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 31 1 2 27 12 1
-Batted for Wise in 8th
Detroit 000 006 000
Michigan 100 000 000
Triples, Weisenberger; Doubles,
Bloodworth and Swift; Runs Bat-
ted In, Weisenberger, Swift 2, Cul-
lenbine, Bloodworth, Outlaw; Bas-
es on balls, off Gray, 3 in 5, White
1 in 4, Bowman 2 in 513:, Boim 2 in
2/3, Block 0 in 1, Wise 0 in 1 2/3;
Wild Pitches, Bowman and Block;
Struck out by, Gray 7, White 4,
Bowman 2, Block 1; Hits off, Gray
1, White 1, Bowman 8, Boim 1, Wise
1; Double Plays, Bowman-Kell-
Tomasi, Kell - Tomasi - Rosema,
Bloodworth-Cullenbine.
Horn Qualifies
INDIANAPOLIS, May 20-(P).-Ted
Horn of Los Angeles became the sev-
enth qualifier today for the 500-mile
race at the Indianapolis Motor Speed-
way, Memorial Day when he went the
ten-mile qualifying route at an aver-
age of 123.980 miles an hour.
Bad weather bothered the drivers
over the weekend and only six quali-
fied. Cliff Bergere, former Hollywood
stunt driver who lives in Indianapolis
now, won the pole position with his
126.471 average.
Duke Dinsmore of Dayton, Ohio,
was the eighth to qualify. He aver-
aged 123.279 miles an hour -in his
Johnston Special. His best lap was
his third, which he traveled at a
rate of 123.660 miles per hour.
Overmire Is Father
GRAND RAPIDS, May 20-_(/P)_-
Frank (Stubby) Overmire, southpaw
hurler for the Detroit Tigers, came
home Monday for a very special pur-
pose - to see his first born, a boy,
six pounds and 10 ounces, born at
Butterworth Hospital.

DICK WAKEFIELD-One of Coach
Ray Fisher's former charges re-
turned to Ferry Field in the livery
of the Detroit Tigers. Ie garnered
a lone single against the Wolverine
nine.
TODAY:
Maize and Blue
Net Team Host
To Kalamazoo
An injury-ridden Michigan tennis
team will step out on the Ferry Field
courts this afternoon at 3 p.m. to
face the crack net squad of Kala-
mazoo College in the last home match
of the current season.
Fred Wellington, holder of the
number three spot, turned his ankle
during the Minnesota match, but
will probably see action today. Wel-
lington is anxious to get back into
competition to regain the winning
form he displayed before he dropped
three matches over the week-end.
McClusky May Not Play
It is doubtful that Dean McClus-
ky, the number four man, will play.
He injured his shoulder while warm-
ing up for his singles match last
Saturday. Coach Leroy Weir would
rather rest McClusky in the hopes
that he will be available for the
Michigan State contest on Thursday.
If neither of these men are able to
play, Weir will replace them with Paul
Schoenlaub and Mickey Dayton in
the number five and six spots res-
pectively, while the rest of the reg-
ulars will move up two places.
Jack Hersh and Bill Mikulich will
again hold down the top positions
against the Orange and Black net-
men. Jim Evans and Hal Cook will
take care of the other two singles'
duels, their exact places being de-
pendent upon whether Wellington
and McClusky are available for duty.
Hornets Boast Winning Streak
Coach Allen Stowe's Hornets come
to Michigan with a record .of 14 vic-
tories, seven of which were shut-
out wins. They defeated Ohio State
earlier in the season, 5-4, the same
score by which the Wolverines stop-
ped the Buckeyes Friday.
Leading the Kalamazoo team will
be Eric Pratt, who holds a victory
over the defending Big Ten Confer-
ence singles champion, Aris Franklin
of Ohio State. Another member of
the squad is Bob Stowe, son of the
Hornet coach.
Major Leagurie
Stanid ingfS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
St, Louis....... 17 9 .654..
'Brooklyn .. 16 10 .615
*Chicago.......14 11 .560 2
*Boston.......15 12 .556 2
*Cincinnati .. . 13 11 .542 3
New York ...... 12 16 .429 6
Pittsburgh .... 10 15 .100 6
Philadelphia .. 6 19 .240 10
"-Playing. Night Game
MONDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 4, Cincinnati 3, (night
Chicago 6, Boston 4 (night)
Only games scheduled
AMERICAN LEAGUE

By BOB LENT
Ohio State's championship dream
turned into a nightmare yesterday
as an underdog Michigan golf squad
ran their home -course victory string
to 26 straight by crushing the Buck-
eyes 18-6.
Not since May 12, 1942, when the
OSU turned the trick, has an oppon-
ent spilled the Wolverines on the
University course. A month ago the
Bucks gophered them 19'2-7X2 at
Columbus, and came into town to-
day a top-heavy favorite but Bar-
clay's men blew right back and now
must be rated as co-favorites for the
Championship playoffs at Minnea-
polis May 31.
Honors Divided
Honors were pretty well divided as
Dave Barclay, Rog Kessler and Bill
Courtright all carded 75's. Barclay
picked up a birdie on the first hole
and then went on to post a par-
equalling 36 on the first nine. He.
slipped off to a 39 coming in but still
finished two strokes ahead of John
Krisco for a 2-1 victory.
Kessler was having a rough time
until he hit a streak that netted him
birdies on the 9th, 10th and 11th
holes, to give him a 36 on the back
nine and a 3-0 win over Earl Hamil-
ton. Courtright also got hot on the
last round to card a 37 with the help
of birdies on the 11th and 13th and
wound up with a five stroke 3-0
triumph over John Zoller.
Because Howard Baker came down

with a recurrence of osteomalacia
during the trip, Ohio State could only
field five men so hiul Ramsev was
forced to play singles matches in both
the morning and a fternoon play'. He
responded beautifully by carding 78's
both times to down Zoller and Pete
Sohl 3-0 and 2'-. His points alone
almost equalled the total state out-
put for the day.
Elliot Still Off
Pete Elliott still failed to regain his
early season form and was high man
on the Wolverine squad with an 31.
He teamed with Kessler in the doubles
play to rack up a 73 best-ball card
and edge out. Sohl and Hamilton by
two strokes. Barclay and Ed Schalon
had an even closer scare and were
forced to shoot birdies on four holes
of the back nine to pul out a 72-73
victory after trailing by one stroke
on the first nine.
Following at(r the summaries:
Bill Barclay Ml) def. John Crisco
(OSU) 2-1.
Alex Polli, (OSU) def Pete Elliott,
(M) 2,-'.
Roger Kessler, (M) def. Earl Ham-
ilton, (OSU) 3-0.
Bill Ramsey (M) def. Pete Sohl
(OSU) 21-/
Bill Courtright (M) def. John Zol-
ler (OSU) 3-0.
Ramsey also def. Zoller 3-0.
Barclay and Ed Sehalon (M) def.
Crisco and Zoller (OSU) 2-1.
Elliott and Kessler, (M) def. Sohl
and Hamilton, (OSU) 2-1.
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EVEN IN DEFEAT:
Wolverine Thinclads Brilliant
Despite Trouncing b Illinois

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"Although we lost the meet by a
sizeable score, I can say without res-
ervation that I am very proud of the
performance that Michigan made
against Illinois last Saturday," Coach
Ken Doherty " declared yesterday,
commenting on the Wolverine thin-
clad's 80-42 trouncing by the Illini.
Pointing out reasons for his feel-
ing of satisfaction, Doherty announc-
ed that no less than twelve of the
twenty men who made the trip turned
in their best times to date.
Fonville Stars
Highlighting this outstanding ex-
hibition was Charley Fonville, Wol-
verine weight man who has been
snapping freshman records all sea-
son. He did it again at Champaign,
when he heaved the shot put 52 ft.
6 5/8 in. to crack this particular mark
for the third time this year.
The record toss culminated an af-
ternoon of exceptional throws by Fon-
ville, who only once failed to break
fifty feet; this was his first attempt,
which reached a mere 49 ft. 11 in.
Coach Doherty declared that the
freshman's afternoon work was truly
remarkable.
Short, Coleman Praised
The Wolverine coach also praised
the Maize and Blue quarter-milers,
Hugh Short and Horace Coleman.
Both came from behind on the last
turn of the 440 Saturday to giab sec-
ond and third place from faltering
Carl Ockert. In doing so, Short blazed
the distance in 47.6 seconds, and
Coleman was just a step behind with
47.7.
"Short's quarter was one of the best
in Michigan track history," Doherty
said afterward. Only two Wolverine
runners have surpassed it, in fact,
Warren Breidenbach in 1939 was
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Blazing with
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Walter BRENNAN

clocked in a briliant 47 flat 440 which
has never been equalled, and Ed Rus-
sell, the record holder before Breid-
enbach came along, ran a 47.4 in 1932.
Harris Ties Eddleman
High-jumper Bob Harris went far
beyond all expectations in the Illinois
meet with a 6 ft. 4 in. leap that tied
Dike Eddleman of the Illini for first
place honors. Eddleman was a heavy
favorite to capture the event, but
Harris accomplished his best jump
of his career to surprise him.
Herb Barten also staged his best
race of the outdoor season in a photo-
finish duel with Bob Rehberg in the
half-mile when he was clocked in
1:57.6. Val Johnson was another
Wolverine who surpassed all pre-
vious efforts, sprinting the 220 in
21.9 and galloping his 440 leg of the
mile relay in 49.6, his best quarter
time yet.
There will be a meeting of the
"M" Club at the Michigan Union
this evening at 7:30. Elmer Swan-
son, president, urges all members
to attend as there is some im-
portant business to discuss.

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