THE MICHIGAN DATLY
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arten, Fonville Score
Double Victories for 'M'
Maize and Blue Golfers
Edge Northwestern, 1413
Elliott Cards Deciding Points in Last Singles
Match; Wolverines Collect Five Events
By ALYS GEORGE
Michigan's track team took the
lead in the first event in its tri-
angular meet with Indiana and
Purdue yesterday afternoon at
Ferry Field and stayed out in
front to win their second outdoor
meet of the eason with 72!,
points to 57 -for the Hoosiers
and 31 for the Boilermakers.
Herb Barten and Chuck Low
tarted the Maize and Blue off to
victory by taking first and second
in the mile. Earl Mitchell of In-
diana took an early lead in this
event as Barten and Low hung
back until the final lap. Coming
down the backstretch the two
Wolverine thinclads kicked past
Dick Blanchard of Purdue and
battled each other down the final
straight-a-way as Barten edged
out his teammate by one yard
'Barten came back .to annex
his second victory of the after-
noon, taking the half-mile in
1:55.5. Again 'Barten bided his
t ime as Hloosier Torm lDeal and
Walter Klink of P1urdue set the
carly pace. Barten unleashed
hiswing kick on the far
turn, striding past D)eaI and
Klink to take the ;i82 gottg
Michigan's reliable Conference
Champion Chuck Fonville also
turned in a double victory for the
Wolverines and added another,
record to his fast-growing list.
Fonville put the shot 53 ft. 10%/
in. to break the old Ferry Field
mark set by Wolverine Bill Wat-
son nine years ago. Fonville also
tossed the discuss 139 ft. 6 in. for
his second triumph of the meet.
The Wolverines came through
with -a one-two in the quarter-
mile. Michigan's Mel Detwiler
took the lead on the turn, but
coming down the stretch toward
the tape Bill Bradley of Indiana
sneaked past Detwiler on the
inside while Wolverines Dick
Forrestel and George Shepherd
came up on the autside. Forres-
tel snapped the tape a yard in
front of Shepherd in 50.5 with
Bradley grabbing third place.
Indiana's hurdling brother act
of Tom and Bill Mitchell stole the
show in the timber topping divi-
sion. Tom took the highs in :15
and the lows in 24:9 as Bill was
runner-up in both events.
Hoosier Don Snyder uncorked
a sprint in the bell lap of the two-
It is rumored that Indiana's
distance star, Earl Mitchell,
mra(le his last track appearance
yesterday when he ran a dis-
appointing mile in the triangu-
lar meet with Michigan and
Purdue at Ferry Field.
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mile grind and staved off Wol-
verine Charlie Birdsall's stretch
drive to win the distance event in
9:41.9. Birdsall kept close to Sny-
der's heels until the last back-
stretch, but he couldn't match the
Hoosier's finishing kick. Michi-
gan's Alex Morris gave the Maize
and Blue third place points in
Indiana also came up with a
double winner as Chuck Peters
sprinted to wins in the 100 and
220-yard (ashes. Wolverine Val
Johnson came from behind to
take second place in both dashes.
Johnson also gave Michigan a
lead on the opening leg of the
mile relay which Bob Mann, Det-
wiler and Forrestel never relin-
quished to give the Wolverines
victory with a 3:24.7 clocking in
the final event on the program.
Mile Run-won by Barten (M), sec-
ond Low (M), third Blanchard (,).
fourth Owens (I). Time: 4 minutes
440-yard dash-won by Forrestel (M),
second Shepherd (M), third Bradley
(I), fourth Leonhardt (I). Time: 50.5
100-yard dash-won by Peters (I),
second Johnson (M), third May (P),
fourth Morrish (M). Time 10 seconds.
120-yard High Hurdles-won by Tom
Mitchell (I), second Bill Mitchell (I),
third Coplin (M>, fourth Osgood (M).
Time: 15 seconds.
High Jump-won by Kilpatrick (P);
tied for second, Gardner (M), Harris
(M), and Jones (P). Height: 6 feet.
880-yard run-won by Barten (M),
second deal (I), third Fitzgerald (P).
fourth Klink (P). Time: 1 minute
220-yard dash-won by Peters (I),
second Johnson (M), third May (P).
Fourth Fox (1). Time 22.1 seconds.
Pole Vault--won by Ulvestad (M),
tied for second, Moody (M) and Fox
(I), fourth Busby (P). Height 12 feet
Shot Put-won by Fonvile (M), sec-
ond Robertson (1), third Daily (P),
fourth Dendrinos (M). Distance: 53
feet 102 inches.
Two-mile Run-won by Snyder (I),
second Birdsall (M), third Morris (M),
fourth Hurlbert (P). Time: 9 minutes
220-yard Low Hurdles-won by Tom
Mitchell (I), second Bill Mitchell (I),
third Osgood (M), fourth Veregge (P).
Time: 24.9 seconds.
Broad Jump-won by Miller (P), sec-
ond Daily (P), third Gleason (I), fourth
Martin (I). Distance: 23 feet 4% inches.
Discus Throw-won by Fonville (M),
second Robertson (I), third Baum-
garten (I), fourth Mitchell (I). Dis-
tance: 139 feet 6 Inches.
Mile Relay-won by Michigan (John-
son, Mann, Detwiler, Forrestel), sec-
ond Indiana, third Purdue. Time 3
NEW YORK, May 4 ()Gen-
eral Manager Roy Hamey of the
Pittsburgh P i r a t e s today an-
nounced a deal sending outfielder
Al Gionfriddo and a sum in ex-
cess of $100,000 to the Brooklyn
Dodgers for five players, including
pitcher Kirby Higbe.
DETROIT, May 3 -(T)- The
Detroit Tigers swept a two-game
series from Philadelphia today,
beating the Athletics 2-1 on the
five-hit pitching of Paul (Dizzy)
Elliott's triumph over Wildcat
Jim Lamb in the final singles
match of the day changed defeat
into victory for the Wolverine
golf team today as they narrowly
squeaked by Northwestern's un-
defeated squad, 14-13.
Elliott shot a 75 to edge Lamb
in a thrilling match that was un-
decided until the last putt was
holed. The 2, points gained by
the Wolverines in this match gave
them just the necessary amount
to insure victory.
Though Elliott's brilliant play
proved to be the deciding factor,
the steady stroking of Captain
Dave Barclay enabled the Maize
and Blue to chalk up six much
Barclay carded a two over 1r
73 to take the number two singles
match from Bob Abrahams and
then cane back to team with Ed!
Schalon and defeat the strong
doubles team of Manuel de a
Torre and Abrahalins in the be.
Michigan won three out of the
six singles events with Corky
Courtright defeating Dick Stiver-
son in addition to Elliott's andl
In the doubles play Johnny
Jenswold and Rog Kessler teamed
to take a 21 to '2victory over
the Wildcat duo of Chuck Lind-
gren and Bill Sticklen, while
LOS ANGELES, May 3-(0)-
Southern California's Trojans,
with Mel Patton defeating Illi-
nois' Herb McKenley in the fea-
tured 220 yard dash in 20.4 sec-
onds, won their dual meet with
the Illini by a score of 73 to 49.
Wisconsin 66 1/6, Ohio State
Michigan State 76, Notre Dame
Minnesota 93, Iowa State 38.
Northwestern 4-1, Illinois 1-4
Purdue 0-3, Ohio State 12-4
Indiana 3, Wisconsin 2
KALAMAZOO, Mich., May 3-
(/)-Western Michigan college's
much improved tennis team upset
Northwestern University 5 to 4,
here, Saturday. The Stuckert
brothers, Walt and Bob, led the
way, winning the No. 1 and No.
2 singles and the No. 1 doubles.
Chicago 8, Iowa 1
Illinois 5, Wisconsin 1
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Barclay and Schalon garnered 3
points in their match.
Medal honors for the day went
to Lamb who carded a par 71 in
the morning play. Low man for
Michigan was Barclay with a 72
morning round. Barclay was also
low for the day, combining his
+morning round with an afternoon
card of a 73 to come in with a
total of 145.
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