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LY 7, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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y.Illinois

Hoover Scores Double Win;
Dendrinos Takes Shot-Put

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By GEORGE FLINT
Don Canham's well-balanced
Michigan track squad refused to
listen to the sad stories about
their chances to defeat Ohio
State's Big Ten indoor champs,
and tripped up the powerful Buck-
eyes, 69-63, in a windblown dual
meet yesterday afternoon at Fer-
ry Field.
The Wolverines put together six
firsts, including double wins by
Don Hoover and Ekko Koutonen,
to lead the Scarlet and Gray by
* * *

was slowed down to a 9:31.4, the
worst of his young career, by the
terrific cinder blast stirred up on
the back stretch, but he still led
the field by 220 yards at the fin-
ish. Jus Williams couldn't hold on
under the strong challenge of
OSU's John Holloman in the
stretch, and had to be content with
a third. Bill Konrad and Rod
Warren filled in admirably for
the injured Arthur Henrie in the
dash events, taking second and
third, respectively, in each event.
Koutonen tied for one of his
firsts, in 'the high jump, but won
the broad jump outright to help
the Maize and Blue eke out just
about all the points they could
have hoped for.
SUMMARIES
100 yard dash: 1-Cole, OSU;
2-Konrad, M; 3-Warren, M-
Time: 9.8.
120 yard high hurdles: 1-
Hoover, M; 2-Hamilton, OSU;
3-Atchison, M; Time: 14.4.
220 yard dash: 1-Cole, OSU;
2-Konrad, M; 3-Warren, M.
Time: 21.7.
220 yard low hurdles: 1-
Hoover, M; 2-Atchison, M; 3-
Boelstler, M. Time: 23.3. (breaks
Varsity record but disallowed
because of tailwind)
440-yard dash: 1-Kunz, OSU;
2-Cogswell, OSU; 3-Ackerman,
M. Time: 51.6.
880 yard run: 1-Truex, OSU;
2-Whitaker, M; 3-Kirkendall,
M. Time: 1:58.3.
Mile run: 1-Truex, OSU; 2-
D'Arcy, OSU; 3-Parks, M. Time:
4:31.9.
Two mile run: 1-McEwen, M;
2-Holloman, OSU; 3-Williams,
M. Time: 9:31.4.
Mile relay: 1-Ohio State
(Jones, Truex, Furst, Cogswell);
2-Michigan (Ackerman, Lind-
quist, Warren, Konrad). Time:
3:38.2.
FIELD EVENTS
Shot put: 1-Dendrinos, M; 2-
Fonville, M; 3-Edwards, O. Dis-
tance: 52 feet 7 inches.
Broad jump: 1-Koutonen, M;
2-Wade, OSU; 3-Coleman, M.
Distance: 22 feet 91 inches.
High jump:1-Koutonen, M;
Sexton, M; Schaefer, OS U
(three way tie). Height: 5-feet
11 inches.
Pole Vault: 1-Ulvestad, M; 2-
tie between McKnight, OSU and
Bruney, OSU. Height: 13 feet
6 inches. (New Meet Record)
Discus: 1-Miller, OSU; 2-
Fonville, M; 3-Dendrinos, M.
Time: 157 feet 5% inches.

-Daily-Wally Barth -
PETE DENDRINOS
4 * * *
60-48 with the mile relay and
discus throw results yet to be de-
termined.
* *
. THEY FAILED to win the relay,
but picked up a much needed sec-
ond and third in the discus to
sew up the victory.
Peter Dendrinos of Michigan
edged Charlie Fonville by a
quarter of an inch in the shot
put to give the former world
champion his first defeat in con-
ference competition. Dendrinos
tossed the sphere 52 feet 7 /
inches, and Fonville's last put
missed the boat by a whisker.
Leonard Truex and Gene Cole
led Ohio State with two wins
apiece. Truex took the mile and
880, while Cole won both sprint
events with ease. Cole's 21.7 in the
220, with the aid of a 45-mile tail
wind, was one of the meet's best
marks.
Don Hoover bested the Varsity
record for the 220-yard low hur-
dles with the aid of that same
wind, but his 23.3 mark was of
course disallowed by the rule book.
DON McEWEN'S two-mile time

Golfers Top
Iowa; Wind
Lifts Scores
Special to The Daily
CHICAGO - Michigan's golf-
ers braved a 50-mile gale yester-
day at Bob-O-Links Country Club
here to defeat the Iowa Univer-
sity squad, 16-11.
The Wolverines offset a 5%-
3/2 Iowa advantage gained in the
morning best ball matches, and
won four out of six of the after-
noon singles duels to gain the
victor y.
* * *
LEO HAUSER was medalist for
the Wolverines, posting a 77 in
the morning and coming back in
the afternoon for a 78.
Most scores were high as the
winds swept down from Lake
Michigan and did queer things
to usually-straight drives and
chip shots-
Hauser and Dick Evans started
the Maize and Blue off on the
right foot in the best-ball rounds,
winning from Miller and Anderson
by 21/2-1/2. Evans had an 82.
But the rest of the Wolverines
had some trouble on the tricky
Bob-O-Links course, and the two
other best-ball matches went to
Iowa by identical 2%2-/2 scores.
* * *
IN THE AFTERNOON, Michi-
gan's Keith Le Clair and Bob Fer-
guson of Iowa tied with medal
scores of 78, and Carlson of Iowa
beat Wolverine Dean Lind, card-
ing a 76 for Hawkeye medal hon-
ors. Lind shot an off-form 84.
But from then on it was all
Michigan.
Dick Evans with 77, Hauser with
78, Chuck Mac Callum with 82,
and John Fraser with 83 out-
classed the Hawkeyes to take
their matches and win the meet
for Coach Bert Katzenmeyer's
golfers.
Michigan goes on to Champaign
tomorrow to practice at the Uni-
versity of Illinois courses, where
they'll meet the Illini in another
Big Ten match Monday.
Heavy Winds
Stop Sailors
At Whitmore
Forty mile an hour winds pre-
vented the regional eliminations
regatta for the Mid-Western
championship from taking place
yesterday at Whitmore Lake.
Michigan's Sailing Club was
forced to postpone the meet till
today because of the havoc the
winds would have reeped on the
little 112 foot dinghies.
Purdue, Michigan State, Ober-
lin, Wayne, Bowling Green, and
Michigan will try again today at
10 a.m. weather permitting. The
top three crews in today's regatta
will compete in the Mid-West re-
gatta at Ohio State on May 20,
21.
Michigan's Tars are sticking
with the teams that were sup-
posed to race yesterday. In the A
boat it will be Jim Johns as skip-
per and Tena Lawrence as crew.
Gene O'Connor will skipper the
B boat with Bob Allen as crew.

Big Nine
Standings

Michigan
Wisconsin
Iowa
Illinois
Ohio State
Indiana
Purdue
Northwestern
Minnsota
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Illinois Shocks Wolverines

It.

W L Pet.
5 1 .833
4 2 .667
3 2 .600
4 3 .571
3 3 .500
2 4 .333
1 2 .333
1 3 -250
1 4 .200
*

-Daily-Alan Reid
DOUBLE TROUBLE . - . For OSU-Don Hoover, tall Wolverine-
hurdles ace, clears the last barrier on the way to the first of two
victories in yesterday's dual track meet at Ferry Field. Hoover
took this race, the high hurdles, in 14.4, and came back later
to win the low sticks in 23.3.
POWER THE BYWORD:
Maj ors inHomer Spree;
Yankees, Indians Split

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK sBig Luke Easter
smashed two home runs - his
first ones in major league compe-
tition - as the Cleveland Indians
divided a doubleheader with the
New York Yankees yesterday.
The Tribe took the opener, 5-4,
but lost the nightcap, 7-4.
Easter's first blast, a terrific
line drive off loser Allie Reynolds,
came in the third inning of the
opener with two men on.
WASHINGTON - The Detroit
Tigers made it three straight yes-
terday when they pounded two
Washington pitchers, Ray Scar-
borough and Joe Haynes, for 15
hits and an 8-6 victory over the
Nats before 8,362 fans at Griffith
Stadium.
PHILADELPHIA - The Phila-
delphia Athletics broke a four
game losing streak yesterday by
beating the St. Louis Browns, 12-4.
Alex Kellner pitched six hit ball
for the A's, and he was aided by
home runs by Ferris Fain and
Paul Lehner.
BOSTON - The Boston Red
Sox set off a six-home run bar-
rage to crush the Chicago White
Sox, 11-1, yesterday behind the

four-hit pitching of bonus south-
paw Chuck Stobbs.
CINCINNATI - Setting a new
National record for the number
of home runs in three consecutive
games, the Boston Braves con-
tinued their murderous march
through the West today with a 15
to 11 victory over the Cincinnati
Reds.
The Braves pounded Cincinnati
pitchers for five homers today to
run their total to 13 for the three
game series here.
PITTSBURGH - Andy Hansen
turned in a great relief job yes-
terday as the New York Giants
won an uphill 9-8 decision over
the Pittsburgh Pirates.
CHICAGO - Preston ' Ward
singled home Phil Cavarretta
from third in the tenth inning yes-
terday to give the Chicago Cubs
a 5-4 victory over the Brooklyn
Dodgers. It was the Cubs' second
straight ten inning triumph over
the Brooks.
ST. LOUIS - One Cardinal
hurler looked as good as another
to the Philadelphia Phillies yes-
terday as they pounded seven of
the St. Louis pitchers for an 11
to 7 victory.

YESTERDAY'S SCORES
Purdue 6 Wisconsin 1
Ohio State 9,Indiana 5 (10
innings)
Northwestern - Minnesota,
Cancelled, Rain
Hogan Widens
Lead in Open
Gol fTourney
WHITE SULPHER SPRINGS,
-(M)-Ben Hogan finished the
first 54 holes of the Greenbrier
Open Golf Tournament yesterday
with a phenomenal, 17-under-par
193.
Bantam Ben picked up a five-
under par 65 to go with two pre-
vious 64's in stretching his lead
over second-place Skip Alexan-
der of Knoxville, Tenn., to seven
strokes with a single round re-
maining.
* * *
NEVER HAS the historic, 6,368-
yard Old White course taken such
a sustained beating as that hand-
ed out by the plucky Texan in his
drive for the first title of his de-
termined comeback campaign.
Alexander, with his 132-68-
200, slipped four strokes off his
own brilliant six-under 64 of
yesterday because he was un-
able to hole any putts of longer
than five feet.
Host pro Sammy Snead and
Clayton Heafner of Charlotte, N.C.,
with 134-69-203 and 137-66-203,
respectively, were tied for third
and fourth. Then came Ed Furgol
of Royal Oak, Mich., and Norman
Von Moa of Sydney, Australia,
with 205's.
Hogan appears on the verge of
scoring his first comeback victory
since his near fatal accident in
1949, Sammy Snead prevented the
Bantam's initial win earlier this
year by defeating Hogan in an
18-hole playoff.

Sp~ecial to The Daily
CHAMPAIGN - Michigan suf-
fered its first loss of the Big Nine
season here yesterday afternoon
dropping a 9-2 decision to Illi-
nois and southpaw Juny Tang-
man.
The loss leaves Michigan with
a record of five wins and one
loss.
os.* * *
THE WOLVERINES, who had
edged past the Illini, 6-5, in the
opener of the two game set Fri-
day entered the seventh inning
tied 1-1.
At this point Bob Hicks weak-
ened and walked Gus Skizas.
Tangman sacrificed him to sec-
ond and Herb Plews and Bur-
dette Thurlby followed with
singles for two runs. An error
by Leo Koceski aided in the
scoring.
In the eighth the Illini applied
the clincher with a six run splurge
highlighted by a three run homer
to deep left center by Dick Raklo-
vitz.
John Neal opened the fateful
eighth with a double on a mis-
judged fly. Lou Krantz walked
and a sacrifice advanced both run-
ners. After an error by Gerry
Dorr, Tangman beat out a bunt
single and Thurlby also hit a one
baser. With two down Raklovitz
stroked his homerun.
* * *
AFTER ILLINOIS had opened
the scoring with a marker in the
first, Michigan came back to tal-
ly once in the fourth on singles
by Ted Berce and Pete Palmer
and an Illinois miscue.
The final Wolverine counter
came in a futile ninth inning
rally. Bob Fancett and Berce
singled and Dorr walked. Fan-
cett scored on a fielder's choice.

Boax
MICHIGAN A
Bucholz, 2b
Koceski, If
Fryling, cf
Wolff, ss
Fancett, rf
Berce, lb
Dorr, 3b
Palmer, c
Hicks, p
A-Grenkoski
TOTALS3
A-Fannedf
ninth.
ILLINOIS A
Plews, 2b
Thurlby, rf
Raklovitz, 3b
Steger, lb
Neal, If
Krantz, cf
Hoffman, c
Skizas, ss
Tangman, p
TOTALS
MICHIGAN
ILLINOIS .

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Michigan was plagued by slop-
py fielding, making five errors
that could be recorded on the
books and a few other lapses that
hurt pitcher Bob Hicks who
dropped his first decision against
two Big Nine wins. Hicks was
touched for ten hits four by Thurl-
by.
Coach Ray Fisher, faced with a
lefthander on the mound in the
person of Tangman played the
percentages and kept southpaw
hitting Ralph Morrison and Lefty
Morrill out of the starting lineup.
Berce who handled the first
base duties in place of Morrill
hauled down batting honors for
the Maize and Blue with four
hits in four trips to the plate. The
Wolverines were only able to cull
eight hits off the offerings of the
Illini hurler who fanned seven and
passed three.

Score

With 6-Run Rally in Eighth

ABR H O A0
5 1 1 1 3 1
4 2 4 4 0 1
5 1 1 1 4 0
5 0 1 9
4 1 1 Q00
2 1 0 2 .0 0
3 0 0 8 0
3 2 0 2 2 0
4 1 2 0,10
35 9 102710
.000 010 001-2
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Baseball's
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AND CLUB G AB
Hegan, Indians 10 33

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15

Pct.
.455

Musial,
Cardinals
Pafko, Cubs
Westrum,
Giants
Majeski,
White Sox
Rizzuto,
Yankees

13 48 8 21.438
10 33 6 14 -424
11 32 4 13 .406
11 42 6 17 .405
14 51 15 20 .392

Major League Scores
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 11, Chicago 1
Cleveland 5-4, New York 4-7
Detroit 8, Washington 6
Philadelphia 12, St. Louis 4
NATIONAL LEAGin
Boston 15, Cincinnati 11
Chicago 5, Brooklyn 4 (10 in-
nings)
New York 9, Pittsburgh 8
Philadelphia 11, St. Louis 7

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Freshmen Star As Oosterbaan
Directs Full Scale Scrimmage

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Playing under game-time condi-
tions, Coach Bennie Oosterbaan's
100-odd spring gridmen under-
went a rigorous workout yester-
day afternoon on south Ferry
Field.
Particularly outstanding in the
scrimmage were Roger Zatkoff,
Russell Roscorla, Lowell Perry,
"Bud" Reeme, and Dave Hill.
* * *
ZATKOFF, RECENTLY switch-
ed from fullback to center, look-
ed like another "Killer" Kemp-
torn on defense as he consistently
smashed down the opposing in-
terference to nail flying backs.
Another Freshman hopeful,
Russ Roscorla, a 180 pound full-
back from Grand Haven, Mich-
igan looked very impressive on
offense.
Perry, a pass snatching end,
demonstrated that he can also
carry the ball. Three times Lowell
took a hand-off on the end-around
and went all the way.
Many a spectator, seeing Perry

skirting the ends, likened him to
Bob Mann, the famous Michigan
wingman who ran the ends so
successfully.
"BUD" REEME is another end
who played well in the scrimmage.
Reeme's speciality is snaring pass-
es, especially the long, floating
kind.
Once more Dave Hill showed
his talents as a shifty runner.
Time and again Dave appeared
to be stopped, only to break
loose from his tackler and run
for more yardage.
Several lettermen played, among
them Tom Peterson, Jack Powers,
Bill Ohlenroth, and Tom Kelsey,
the latter an end switched to a
guard post.
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