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In Outdoor Cinder Meet
Michigan's track team will get
its first taste of Big Nine outdoor
competition this afternoon when
they hook up with Indiana and
Purdue in a triangular meet at
In years past the annual af-
fair has been considered a breath-
er for the Wolverines, but this
season a vastly improved Indiana
squad plus a few Michigan injur-
les should make the whole thing
Val Johnson, who is proficient
in the outdoor dashes will be
limited to the quarter mile to-
day because of an injured ankle.
Clay Holland will be limited to
the low hurdles due to a pulled
musle, which has failed to heal
since the indoor season. And
teammate Chari~e Fonville, al-
though favored to win, has bee
r.bothered by a bad back all week
and may be somewhat handi-
But coach Ken Doherty's big-
gest worry will be from the oppo-
sition, and Indiana in particular.
The Hoosiers sport the best
dashman in the Conference,
Chuck Peters, recent victor over
Texas' Charley Parker in the
Drake Relays, and who should
win both the 100 and the 220.
They have Tom Mitchell who
will win the high hurdles with lit-
tle difficulty and Tom Deal, who
has run the mile in 4:14 indoors
this year and is expected to give
Herb Barten quite an argument
in the middle distances.
Also running for the Hoosiers
will be Jim DeWitt, last year's
conference two mile champ out-
doors, and Elmer Prifogle, another
formidable middle distance man.
Among Purdue's Boilermakers
apt to cut into Michigan's total
are pole vaulter Larry Busby,
who has already gone 13 feet
nine inches this season.
Doherty is taking a full team of
22 men totLafayette in quest of
its first outdoor victory.
As in the past therWolverine
mainstays will be Herb Barten
and Charlie Fonville and Mile re-
lay quartet of Val Johnson, Joe
Hayden, George Shepherd, and
Newt Loken, Wolverine gym-
nastic mentor will lead a selected
group of Maize and Blue muscle
men into the National A.A.U. and
Olympic Gymnastic Trials at Penn
State College today.
The trampoline event will be
the only one entered by Michigan
Bob Schoendube, Big - Nine
champion, will lead the Wolverine
contingent. Entered also are Dave
Lake and Edsel Buchanan, ineligi-
ble freshman, who will compete
Loken, ex-Minnesota great, and
former AAU and NCAA tumbling
champion, has been invited to
perform his trampoline comedy
act by Gene Wettstone, Penn
State gym coach and Secretary of
the Olympic Committee.
The act, famous in the Michi-
gan area, which qualifies Loken
as a comedian as well as a gym-
nast, has been billed as a feature
Coach Bob Dixon's tennis en-
counters a poweful Notre Dame
aggregation in South Bend this af-
The Irish, who defeated the
Wolverines 6-3 in last year's clash,
possess several returning letter-
men who promise to give the
Maize and Blue a tough afternoon.
Irish Rate High
Jim and Jerry Evert are the two
Game time for today's base-
ball clash with Ohio State is
2:00 and student ID cards will
be required for admittance.
top singles men for the Irish. To-
gether they rank as the number
one doubles team in the midwest.
Jim Evert is ranked third in mid-
western tenniscircles in the men's
Another threat to Wolverine
hopes is left hander Bob David,
returning lettermen, who was de-
feated by Bill Mikulich in a close
contest last season.
Paton and Mikulich Lead Squad
However, the men of Michigan
aren't unprepared, Both Andy
Paton and Captain Bill Mikulich
are undefeated so far this season
and will hold down the one and
two be'rths respectively.
Otto, Hersch and Naugle, who
have split their two matches, will
take the third, fourth and fifth
spots for the Michigan squad. Don
McKay, who has not played sin-
gles since the Southern trip, will
be the number six man for the
The squad returns to Ann Ar-
bor after the match to prepare
for their encounter with Kalama-
goo College, which will be held on
the varsity courts, Wednesday,
'M' Club Picnic
Members of the 'M' Club are
reminded that the picnic that
was originally scheduled for the
ninth of May has been moved
up a week and will be held this
Sunday afternoon instead.
A rt Dole Turns in Five
Hit Shutout Performance
Calumet Entries Co-Favored
To Cop Blue Grass Classic
New York ...7
Pittsburgh . .6
Cincinnati . .6
St.. Louis ....4
Brooklyn .4.. 4
Cleveland . .. .6
New York ...6
St.. ouis .... 4
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Wikel Leads 'M' Atta
TeamsPair Off for
By IIRB RUSKIN
Pitching what was easily his
best game of the season, Art Dole
set a strong Ohio nine down with
only five hits yesterday afternoon,
as the Wolverines gained an easy
3-0 triumph over the Buckeyes.
While Michigan got only five
safeties, they made them count
four, figuring in the scoring.
Howard Wikel was the Wolver-
ine star both at bat and in the
field, contributing two run scor-
ing singles to the cause and mak-
ing several fine plays from his
Morrison Scores First
The Wolverines got their first
run in the fourth inning when
Ralph Morrison lead off with a
bunt single past the pitcher. Ted
Kobrin put him in scoring posi-
tion with a perfect bunt in front
of the pitcher's box. He remained
on second while Jack Weisen-
burger sent a sizzling line drive to
the center fielder and scored on
Wikel's single to right.
Their second tally came two
innings later, when they put to-
gether two hits ,and a walk for a
run. Again Morrison provided the
tally, leading off with a walk and
moving to second on Kobrin's
sharp single to left.
Both runners held their bases
when Weisenburger fouled deep
to the left fielder. Morrison then
scored on Wikel's second hit of the
day. Kobrin was nailed by center
fielder Ray Gebhardt on a perfect
throw, as he tried to go from first
to third on the hit.
Gebhardt also cut down another
Wolverine run in the fifth frame,
when he fired a strike into the
catcher to cut down Bob Chap-
puis who was trying to score after
the putout. Chappuis got on with
Michigan ended their scoring
for the day in the seventh inning,
solely due to Dom Tomasi's base
running. Leading off with a base
on balls, Tomasi stole second and
moved over to third on Chappuis'
fly to the first baseman. He then
camnehome on Hal Raymond's fly
Dole was in trouble only twice
in the game, and both times he
bore down and escaped without
The Buckeyes first threatened
in their half of the fifth inning
when Alex Verdova got an infield
hit. Aernie popped to Weisen-
WASHINGTON, April 30-(/P)-
Another way-below-par round to-
day-this time, a 66--gave Bobby
Locke a four stroke halfway lead
in the National Capitol Open Golf
The South African was far too
good for the others'as he almost
made it a one-man show. His'
seven under par 65 yesterday
earned him a two-shot edge after
the opening round. Today's 66
brought a 36-hole total of 131--
four big strokes ahead of Skip
One stroke back was Cary Mid-
dlecoff of Memphis with 136.
Ben Hogan, of Hershey, Pa.,
tacked a 70 today on to his open-
ing 68 for 138 and fourth place.
Michigan (3) AB
Elliott, of ....3
Morrison, If ..1
Kobrin, 3b .. .3
Weis'b'ger, lb 3
Wikel, ss ....3
Tomasi, 2b ..2
Chappuis, rf ..3
Raymond, c . .3
Dole, p ......3
Ohio St. (0) AB
Wills, 3b ... .4
Gebhardt, cf 4
Weygant, ss . .4
Ranz, c ......4
Bernhardt, rf 4
Taylor, lb . . .4
Verdova, if .. .3
Aernie, 2b ... 2
Perini, p ....3
ack With Two Safeties;
Series Finale Today
burger, but pitcher Pete Perini
smashed a line single to center,
sending Verdova to third and tak-
ing second himself on the throw
It was here that Dole really
turned on the heat, retiring both
the third baseman Wills and Geb-
hardt on strikes.
Ohio got men on second and
third again in the seventh frame
when Aernie and Perini repeated
the previous performance with
two out. However, the Buckeyes
could not get a man across as
Wikel made a beautiful play on
Wills' grounder to get him at first.
,; * 4
.. sparks Wolverines
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The New York Yankees crushed
the Boston Red Sox today, 6-0, on
four home runs over the left field
wall, two by Steve Souchock and
one eachbyeBill Johnson and
Allie Reynolds became the first
three-time winner in the Ameri-
can League by blanking the
power-laden Sox with six hits, all
Held to two singles in seven
innings, the Chicago Whibe Sox
scored four runs off Hal New-
houser in the eighth inning to
take a 5-4 victory from the De-
troit Tigers, sweeping the two-
game series. Four of Chicago's
five runs were unearned.
The Pittsburgh Pirates scored
eight runs in the second inning
here today, then coasted to a 10-4
victory over the Chicago Cubs for
a sweep of the two-game series.
Rip Sewell registered his second
victory, though he needed assist-
ance from Kirby Higbe.
The St. Louis Cards battered
Cincinnati pitching for 17 hits
to win today's game, 13 to '7, and
even the two-game series.
* * *
Johnny Sain found his way into
the winner's circle for the first
time today with a five-hitter
against the New York Giants as
the Boston Braves routed Ray
Poat with a three-homer blast and
a 7-2 decision.
JV Golf Squad
By DAVE MILLER
The Wolverine jayvee golf squad
gained its second straight tri-
umph of the season, plus a size-
able amount of revenge, by trounc-
ing the Michigan Normal varsity
131/2-41/yesterday afternoon on
the home course.
Avenging the loss suffered at
the hands of the Hurons ini the
first match of the year, Coach
Bill Ludolph's boys took three
out of the four singles matches
and both best ball events to pre-
serve their perfect record on the
Jerry Weiler's sparkling score
of 77 was the outstanding per-
formance of the day, which saw a
strong wind hamper the effective-
ness of the players. Weiler shut
out Don Hockrein who recorded
an 80 in the second singles match,
In the number one match, Keith
LeClaire once again was bested by
Normal's ace, Earl Burt. Burt's
victory was less convincing this
time as he carded an 83, just one
stroke under LeClaire.
John McCloy and Bill Telfer
came up with scores in the low
80's to subdue Howard Slocum
and Bob Nichols in the othier
individual contests. Michigan's
number one best ball duo of
Weiler and LeClaire scored the
only other shutout of the after-
noon over Burt and Hockrein.
In the final event, McCloy and
Telfer defeated Slocum and
The jayvees left early this
morning for Bowling Green where
they will meet the Falcons in a
six-man match. Joining the vie-
torious quartet for the Wolverines
will be Harvey Jones and Bob
Ohio U. Upsets
ATHENS, O., April 30-(IP)-
Ohio University choked off a ninth
inning rally by Michigan State
and won their baseball contest 5-
The Spartans, trailing 5-1 in
the ninth, rallied on George Pav-
lick's homer with one man aboard.
But with the bases loaded, Mark
Wylie fanned the batter and got
the last man out on a fly ball.
Earlier in the season Michigan
split a pair with the Bobcats at
Mich. State . .000 100 002-3 8 2
Ohio U. .....001 400 00x-5 7 3
LOUISVILLE, Ky., April 30 -,
()-Seven three-year-olds today
were entered in tomorrow's 74th+
running of the Kentucky Derby.
The entries included two ter-
rific race horses and four other
animals with the required number
of legs and ears.
The pair of bullets, of course,
are Citation and Coaltown, the
amazing entry from Calumet
Farm. They are expected by most
observers to fight it out down the
stretch for top money in the rich
classic for three-year-olds.
This duo has established itself
such a strong favorite, that
Churchill Downs officials an-
nounced only straight betting in
the mutuels will be allowed.
It will be the first time since
1905 that win betting only has
been accepted on a Kentucky
Derby. The limit was established
by Col. Matt Winn, Downs presi-
dent, because of the certainty of
a "minus" pool if place and show
betting are permitted.
In addition to the Calumet
Out of Trials
Bob Betzig and Jim Smith, the
Wolverines two entries in the
Olympic wrestling tryouts at
Ames, Iowa, were eliminated after
the third round of matches yester-
Only five Michigan wrestlers, all
from Michigan State, remain in
the running for the 16 berths on
the U. S. Olympic team.
Under Olympic rules a grap-
pler is eliminated when he re-
ceives five "bad points." A man
losing by a fall or unanimous de-
cision receives three bad points.
Zero is a perfect score, meaning
the competitor won by a fall or a
One National AAU Champion,
Arnold Plaza, has been eliminated
any only ten wrestlers are left
with perfect scores to date.
Ohio State ......
Purdue ........ . .
Wisconsin... . .
pair, the other thoroughbreds,
whose owners parted with $1.000
each to cover the entry fee. were
Ben Whitaker's My Request, W,
L. Brann's Escadru, R. W. Mc-
Ilvain's Billings and Mrs. John P.
Tomorrow's field will be the
smallest derby field since 1907,
when Pink Star ran off from five
rivals. With six stepping the
mile and a quarter, the net pay-
off to the winner will be $83,400.
Assault pocketed a record $96,400
two years back, when 17 ran.
The prospect of a skimpy field
and the strong possibility that the
boxholders will witness no more
than a match race between stable-
mates boasting the same pappy,
Bull Lea, didn't seem to be keep-
ing anybody home.
Louisville's hotels are packed to
their usual Derby capacity, which
is far beyond the point of comfort,
and the city's sidewalks and
streets could use stretching to
about twice their present width.
Col. Matt Winn, who runs the
Derby, talks casually of a probable
crowd of 100,000.
Gates will open soon after dawn,
and the first race on the Derby
program is scheduled at 11:30
a.m. (CST). The big event,
seventh on the card, is down for
4:30 p.m., somewhat earlier than
in past years.
Michigan 3, Ohio State 0.
Illinois 9, Purdue 2.
Minnesota 12, Wisconsin G.
Iowa 7, Northwestern 1.
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