THE MICH1IGAN DAILY.
Vichigan Nine Edges Buckeyes in Pitching [
oalverine Golf Squad To Meet
ISC Linksmen Tomorrow
W~len Michigan State's golf
squad takes to the links against
their Ann Arborthosts tomorrow,
they will run into a three game
streak that includes a trouncing
of Detroit and a one-point win
over OSU's team, one of the Big
Seven Man Squad
Bert Katzenmeyer will field a
seven man squad for the non-
'onference affair. With the middle
of the Big Nine season about to
arrive, Katzenmeyer will display
the combination that he will de-
pend on to defend the Conference
Title captured last year.
Captain Ed Schalon and Pete
Elliott will team up in the first
foursome. Both golfers have been
shooting amazing golf keeping
Old Man Par on the run all spring.,
Dave Barclay will return to the
lineup for the MSC match and
tour the links with Rog Kessler.
Doug Beath and Chuck Mac-
Callum will get together in the
third foursome with Ken Berke
teeing off in the seventh position.
Although the Spartans have
had trouble finding a winning
,ombination this year, they are
expected to throw plenty of good
golfers against the Wolverines.
With the Big Nine Titlist and
NCAA Champion swinging for
Michigan against the natural
cross state rival, the match should
prove a thriller for the spectators.
CLEVELAND, May 1-(')-The
Detroit Tigers today halted the
Cleveland Indians' early season
winning streak at six games, beat-,
ing the Tribesmen, 10 to 3, for
their first loss of the year.
The Tigers drove Bob Feller
from the mound with a five-run
uprising in the fifth.
PITTSBURGH, May 1-(J)-
Aging Fritz Ostermueller allowed
only five hits today as the Pitts-
burgh Pirates defeated the Cin-
cinnati Reds 7 to 2.
NEW YORK, May 1-(P)-The
Boston Braves made short work
of Bobo Newsom, driving the vet-
eran righthander out in the first
inning and going on to defeat the
New York Giants for the second
straight day, 6-3.
WASHINGTON, May 1-(IP)-
Eddie Joost and Hank Majeski
each slammed their third home
runs of the season here today as
the Philadelphia Athletics defeat-
ed Washington, 5-1.
Taft's Hurling Gives 'M'
Sixth Conference Victory
Double Win Over OSU Sustains
Lead for Michigan, Boosts 'Title
By B. S. BROWN
Lanky Bill Taft gave Michigan's Big Nine title aspirations a lift
yesterday afternoon at Ferry Field when he hurled a sparkling seven
hitter against the Buckeves of Ohio State to give the Wolverines the
;cries-sweeping victory, 3-2.
The tall right-hander held the visitors from Columbus scoreless
for eight and two thirds innings, but faltered slightly in the top of
the ninth when the Bucks shoved * *
across two runs.
Retain First Place
The double win over Ohio keeps.
Michigan in the first place slots
in the Big Nine standings, as yeti
Taft showed remarkable im-
Weiler, LeClaire Star
As 'M' Streak Ends
(Special to The Daily)
BOWLING GREEN. O, May 1-
The victory march of Michigan's
junior varsity golf squad came to
an abrupt halt today when the
Wolverines fell victim to the more
experienced Bowling Green Var-
sity, 20-7, on the Falcons home
Michigan was able to salvage
only one of the six individual
matches and one of the three best
ball events in this fruitless quest
for consecutive victory number
Jerry Weiler continued to lead
his Wolverine teammates as he
bounded over the 18 holes in 74
strokes, to win the first singles
match from Merideth Davis, the
Falcon's number one man who re-
corded a 79.
Moe Seiple of Bowling Green
walked off with medalist honors,
by virtue of his blazing 72, three
strokes in front of Keith LeClaire.
A bare two stroke margin separ-
ated Chuck Hunter and John
McCloy with the former posting a
Bill Telfer's 79 and Harvey
Jones' 81 were not enough to out
do the Ohioans John Hersland
and Paul Schader in the nos. 4
and 5 singles matches. In the fin-
al individual contest Bob Keiser,
with an 80, was bested by two
strokes by Hooper Jones.
Major League Standings
W. L. Yet. GJ.
Cleveland . . 6 1 .857
Newv York .. .6 4 .600 1%
St. Louis ...5 4 .556 2
Philadelhia 6 5 .545 2
Washing;ton .5 6 .455 3
Detroit-......5 7 .1 : 2
Boston.......4 6 .400 3'
Chicago . . . . . .300 4'
Detroit 10, Cleveland 3.
Boston 8, New York 6.
Philadelphia 5, Washington 1.
St. Louis 6, Chicago 2.
W.sL. Pct. G.B.
ittsbuirlh ... 7 4 .636..
v York ... 7 5 .583
Irooklyn .... 6 5 .545 1
St. Louis . 4 4 .500 li.
4Cincinnati ..6 7 .462 2
foston.....6 7 .462 2
lfiladelphia 5 7 .417 21
Chicago ... .4 6 .400 2
La',t night's game not included.
Pittsburgh 7, Cincinnati 2.
Brooklyn 2, Philadelphia 1.
Boston 6, New York 3.
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Elliott, of . .. 4 0
Morrison, if . .3 1
Vieth, If .... 1 0
Kobrin, 3b .. 4 1
Weis'b'ger, 11) 3 0
Wikel, ss .. .. 4 0
Tomasi, 2b .. 4 0
Tomasi, 2b ..4 0
Chappuis, rf 4 1
Raymond, c . 3 0
Taft, p ...... 3 0
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Dick Magato started for the
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giving way to Dick Hess, a port-
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The Maize and Blue picked up
the first two runs in the sixth on
three hits and a passed ball by
Norbert Ranz, State's receiver.
Taft and Elliott went out on!
flies to the outfield, but Ralph
Morrison drilled a single to right
center to start things off.
Ted Kobrin stepped into the
first pitch and sent a hot skipper
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son and pushing Kobrin to third.
Weisenburger, who banged out two
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Wikel slipped out of Ranz's glove
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lowing Kobrin to score and Weis-
enburger to go to third. Wikel
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Bob Chappuis started the ball
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"Chap" raced around to third on
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Elliott's hit spelled finis for
Magato and Hess came to the
rescue, getting Paul Veith, who
batted for Morrison, to sky out.
Bob Weygant led off in the
ninth with a ringing double along
the right field line and scored a
few minutes later with the Buck-
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Taylor flied out to Morrison
and Bill Bernhardt forced Ranz
at second. Alex Verdova followed
with another double to right scor-
Taft bore down on Al Aernie,
the Ohio second sacker, and got
him on an easy roller to the box
to end the game.
Wills, 3b .... 3
Brunst, 3b.. 1
Gebhardt, cf. 3
Weygant, ss . 4
Ranz, c .... 4
Taylor, lb .. 4
Bernhardt, rf 4
Verdova, if .. 3
Aernie, 2b .. 3
Magato, p .. 2
henss, p (7th) 1
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