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THE MICHIGAN DAIlY

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Purdue Stops 'M'Linksters
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Major League Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE <I AMERICAN LZAGZ)

By DICK HURST
Purdue's golfers put the scissors
to Michigan's string of ten
straight wins to clip their hosts
1412-122 yesterday in a tight
match over the windswept Uni-
versity Course.
It was a story of just too much
Purdue, and especially too much
Fred Wampler and Dwight Mar-
see. The two Boilermaker aces
trimmed Michigan's one and two
men to collect 5 points between
them in individual play after the
morning best ball competition was
ended with Purdue ahead, 5-4.
The middle of the Wolverine
team fought back to narrow the
margin but never caught up with
the lead the Purdue aces had
established.
Wampler and Marsee posted
their individual scores at the
Hbert Sets
Links Reeord
~In PGA Play
ST. LOUIS, May 22-()-Rid-
ing on one of the finest rounds
ever fashioned in PGA match
play, Melvin (Chick) Harbert of
Northville, Mich., today whipped
the qualifying nmedalist, Stewart
(Skip) Alexander of Lexington,
N.C., 11 and 10, to reach the quar-
ter finals of the Professional Golf-
ers Association championship.
Burning up the course under a
hot sun in the first of the 36-
hole rounds, the 33-year-old Har-
bert, runner-up for the title last
year, toured the 26 holes in 89
strokes, 12 under par. He had a
morning round of 61, ten strokes
under par and lowest ever made
in competition over the hilly,
6,467 yard par 71 Norwood Hills
Country Club course. In the after-
noon he cut two more strokes off
par in the/ eight holes he needed
to finish the match.
Chesty Chick won't be credited
with a record because his 61 in-
cluded a couple of conceded putts,
one of which he might have
missed. Neither was his winning
margin a PGA record, though it
came close.

expense of Dave Barclay and
Captain Ed Schalon. In the
afternoon session, Wampler
took 21 tallies as he shot a 76
to share medal honors with
Ma rsee. Marsee took the meas-
ure of Schalon to chalk up an-
other 2':2 points for the Purdue
cause.
In the best ball department, the
Barclay - Schalon combination
brought home 2 points while the
Boilermakers were getting a single
marker.
The second pair of Wolverines
off the tee just matched Purdue
in best ball competition, each side
earning 11f points for the morn-
ing's work.
Pete Elliott squared off against
Jack Hesler in the afternoon and
ended up on the long end of a
2-1 count. Rog Kessler did the
same downing his John Cleary,
his opponent in individual play,
2-1.
In earning his pair of points,
Elliott was around the course in
77 strokes. Kessler also posted a
77 in trimming his opponent.
Purdue's Cleary, playing in the
second morning foursome posted
the best score of the day, a one
over par 73.
Michigan's Berke-Beath found
the going rough in best ball
play sending the Boilermakers
out to lunch with 2/, points
while the Wolverines were pick-
ing up ) a point.
In the afternoon round, Berke,
took an 80 getting around the
course taking his opponent,
George Thomas, 21-12. Doug
Beath slipped from his morning
round of a 76 up to an 80 dropping
two points to Bill Dahl while
getting one.
The loss .killed a streak of ten
straight triumphs that stretched
from North Carolina, through a
pair of wins over OSU, Detroit,
and MSC, and single victories
over Notre Dame, Illinois, and
Northwestern.
This afternoon at the Barton
Hills Country Club, 18 men select-
ed from Michigan's varsity, jayvee
and freshman squads will battle
it out with a team of ex-'M' men
in the second annual tournament
for the Lynn Reiss Memorial
Trophy.

fly MORT ELDRIDGE
S i1higan ' tIrack m iclosed
out its dual meet season by 'cn-
-letely routing Cornell a t Ithica
yesterday 84 to 38, wv hil, eight
Cornell-Michigan meet records
were set.
Since neither the javelii or
hammer throw were contested this
meant that Michigan actually
held their opponents to 20 points
while rolling up the impressive
total of 84.
Outstanding in the met was
Val Johnson who won both the
220 yd. and the 440 yd. dashes
as he set a new 440 yd. meet re-
cord.
l"olan Sets New Record.
Dolan also turned a fine per-
formance although handicapped
by bad conditions in the form of
a poor take-off spot. Tom set a
new record as he nosed out the
pre-meet favorite Paul Robeson
Jr., son of the famous actor.
In the shot-put and discus.
Olympic candidate Charlie Fon-
ville had no trouble winning both
and setting a record in the shot
of 54' 8,;'.
At the same time Pete Den-
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49'4'" to take second place in
the shot.
Herb Barten had little trouble
in the mile and Alec Morris in the
two-mile with Justin Williams,
who won the two mile against
Ohiolast week taking second in
both events.
Ed Ulvestad and Gene Moody
took first and second places in the
pole vault while Varskin Bay-
darian scored an upset in winning
the broad jump.
'M' One, Two
In the 880 George Vetter and
Bob Thomason ran one-two
while CkiyHolland turned in a
fine performance in winning the
low hurdles against a strong wind.
Of the eighteen Michigan men
who made the trip all took places
and Coach Ken Donerty stated
that under the conditions (cold
weather, a strong wind, and a
slow track) the team turned in a
very fine performance and in-
dicated that they are in good
shape for the Conference meet to
be held this coming week-end.
The trip itself, the first by air
for an entire Michigan track
team, was described by Coach
Doherty as perfect in every re-
spect.

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New York ... . 15
Pittsburgh . . . .16
Boston ........14
Philadelphia . .14
Chicago .......X11
Brooklyn ......11
Cincinnati ....11

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* * * TODAY'S GAMES
TODAY'S GAMES New York at Cleveland (2)-
Pittsburgh at New York--Gregg Reynolds (5-1) and Lopat t2-3
(0-2) vs. Jansen (4-2). vs. Feller (5-2) and Black (0-0).

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MICHIGAN'S MIGHTY MAN-Charles Fonville, captured two
firsts in the Wolverines' 84-38 track conquest of Cornell.
1apr eague Round-Up
NEW YORK, May 22-(/P)-the Boston Braves. 6-2. Murry
Gene Bearden, 27-year-old rookie Dickson registered his third win
lefthander pitched the front run- although he was tagged for three
ning Cleveland Indians to a game home runs, two of them coming in
and a half lead in the American the last half of the ninth. Johnny
League pennant race when he Sain was the loser.
shut out the Boston Red Sox 7-0 The New York Giants' sleeping
today. bats finally woke up as they
Bearden. acquired from the banged out 12 hits including hom-
New York Yankees in 1946, held ers by Sid Gordon and Whitey
the Red Sox to six hits before a Lockman to bury the Chicago
ladies' day crowd of 28997 at Cubs under an 11-0 score. Ray
Cleveland. It was the husky Poat allowed only six hits to reg-
southpaw's third straight win. He ister his fourth vic'tory, the see-
has allowed only two runs in 27 ond by a shutout. Gordon, who
innings. replaced Jack Lohrke at third
The second place Philadelphia base, hit his round tripper with
Athletics dropped a full game to the bases loaded.
the Indians when the Detroit Tig- Higbe's First
ers came from behind with a With Kirkby Hikbe holding his
three--run outburst in the ninth old nates to four hits and strik-
to win 6-5. After Vic Wertz tied ing obt eight, the Pittsburgh Pi-
the score against Phil Marchil- rates defeated the Brooklyn Dodg-
don with a bases-loaded single, ers 3-1 to hand the Brooks' their
pinchhitter Dick Wakefield sin- seventh straight home defeat.
gled to drive in the winning run. Ralph Branca, Dodger ace, gave
Hoee Runs Down Sox up five hits but was charged with
Helped by the home run bats of his fifth loss. He has won two.
Joe DiMaggio, Billy Johnson and It was Higbe's first complete game
George McQuinn, Red Embree of the season. Stan Rojek and
pitched the New York Yankees to Dixie Walker, a pair of former
a 10-2 triumph over the Chicago Dodgers, batted in the winning
White Sox. The victory left the runs for Pittsburgh.
third place Yankees only two Harry Gumbert won his fifth
games behind Cleveland. game in relief as the Cincinnati
With Eddie Pellagrini slamming Reds banged out 15 hits to de-
a home run and Jerry Priddy feat the Philadelphia Phils 9-2,
driving in the other three runs, Curt Simmons, Philadelphia's 19-
the St. Louis Browns defeated the year-old $60,000 bonus player, was
Washington Senators for the third charged with the defeat. It was
straight time, 4-2, to climb into his fourth loss against one vic-
a fourth place tie with Detroit. tory.
Each is playing .500 ball. Babe Young, Benny Zientara
Braves Fall and Claude Corbitt each rabbed
Scoring four runs in the sev- out three hits for the victors.
enth inning, the National League Johnny Blathik, rookie Phils' out-
leading St. Louis Cardinals broke fielder, continued his sensational
a 2-2 tie and went on to defeat hitting with three doubles.

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Fa- Above (ayuga's. .
One mile run--Won by Herbert Williams, Michigan; third, Don-
Barten, Michigan. Second Justin ald Young, Cornell. Time 9:53.
Williams, Michigan; third, John Running Broad Jump-Won by
Mellor, Cornell. Time - 4:26.2. Varskin Baydarian, Michigan, 20
440-Yard Run-Won by Orval feet 11, inches; second, William
Johnson, Michigan; second, Jo- Burdick, Cornell, 20 feet 3 inches;
third Jay Salzman, Cornell, 18
seph Hayden, Michigan; third, ft 4z2 in.
George Shepherd, Michigan. 'ime 220 Yard Low Hurdles-Won by
-0:49.7 (New meet record, old Clay Holland, Michigan; second,
record, 0:49.8. set by Arthur Coz- John Laibe, Cornell; third, Rich-
zens, Cornell in 1913). ard Stacy, Cornell.! Time 0:25.1
100-Yard Dash--Won by Rich- (new meet record. old record
ard McCall. Cornell; second, Clay 0:25.2, set by Carl Philippi, Cor-
Holland, Michigan; third, James nell in 1913).
Morrish, Michigan. Time 0:10.2. { Discus Throw-Won by Charles
16-Pound Shot Put - Won by Fonville, Michigan, 144 ft. 2 in.;
Charles Fonville, Michigan, 54 ft. second, Richard Quasey, Cornell,
81 in. (New meet record, old rec- 139 ft. 7 in.; third, John Servis,
ord 45 feet 6'- inches set by Cornell 137 ft. 9 in.
Henry Kanzler, Cornell in 1913; Pole Vault-Won by Edward
second, Peter Dendrinos, Michi- Ulvestad, Michigan; 13 ft. (new
gan, 49 feet 414 inches; third, meet record, old record 12 ft. set
Richard Quasey, Cornell, 39 ft., by William Fritz and Alonzo Mil-
9 in. ton, Cornell in 1914). Second,
120-Yard High Hurdles--Won Gene Moody, Michigan 12 ft. 6 in.;
by John Laibe, Cornell: second, third, Thomas Foss, Cornell, 11

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Richard Stacy, Cornell; third,
William Wyckoff, Michigan. Time
-0:15.9 new meet record old rec-
ord 0:16.2 set by John Whinery,
Cornell in 1913).
880-Yard Run-Won by George
Vetter, Michigan; second, Robert
Thomason, Michigan; third, Rod-
ney Miller, Cornell. Time-1:59.2.
Running High Jump-Won by
Thomas Dolan, Michigan, 6 ft.,
3%, in. (Nwe meet record, old rec-
ord 6 ft. 2 in. set by Warren Sar-
gent, Michigan in 1913). Second,
Paul Robeson, Jr., Cornell 6 ft.
2 in.; third, Leonard Abraham,
Cornell, 5 ft. 10 in.
220-Yard Dash-Won by Orval
Johnson, Michigan; second, Rich-
ard McCall, Cornell; third, Jay
Salzman, Cornell. Time-0:22.2.
Two Mile Run--Won by Alex
Morris, Michigan; second, Justin

ft. six in.
One Mile Relay-Won by Mich-
( gan (Robert Sergeson, Joseph
Hayden, George Shepherd, Berb-
ert Barten). Time 3:24.3.
(Hammer throw and javelin
throw not contested.

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