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THE MICTIIGAN DAILY

Volverine

Nine

Outlasts

Purdue,

7-6

Wake field May Appeal

* * * *

Illinois Host to Michigan,
Northwestern Trackmen
By GEORGE FLINT-
Playing the sometimes unwel-
come role of favorite, Don Can-
ham's Michigan track squad bat-
ties Illinois and Northwestern to-
day in a triangular meet at Cham-
paign-Urbana.
Although both Illinois schools
boast bright stars in the confer-
pence picture, the Wolverines' all-
around strength should give them ;
he edge in a meet which will run
on a four-place point basis.
* * *.

ILLINOIS GOES into the meet
ander a handicap, since Lou Irons,
ace high jumper and a fair to
middlin' broad jumper, will be out
of action in the former event
with a strained tendon. But the
Illini still have Don Laz, the Big
Ten's best pole vaulter, and Jim
Studzinski, whose half-mile time
of 1:55.9 is the best in the con-
ference outdoors.
Northwestern can boast of the
top. broad Jumper in the Big Ten,
Jim Holland, who won the event
indoors, and who can hold his
own right well in the sprint
events. Backing up Holland is a
pretty fair country miler named
Dean Pieper; who's capable of
4:17 or better on a good warm
day. Abe Dunn of the Wildcats
may step in and take Irons'
place as the favorite in the high
jump.
Michigan, on paper . at least,
rules the favorite in the meet. At
the present, Don Hoover in the
high and low hurdles, Don Mc-
Ewen in the two mile, and the
tandem of Pete Dendrinos and

JIM HOLLAND
... flying Wildcat
Charlie Fonville in the shot put
own the best outdoor marks in
those events, so far as the confer-
ence is concerned.
* * * .
AND BACK OF the individual
aces the Maize and Blue have a
flock of consistent point getters
who'll probably outman the bril-
liant Illini and the faintly-shining
Wildcats this afternoon.
If the Wolverines do go. well in
today's meet, they'll rise in the
eyes of the cinder experts so far as
their Big Ten outdoor meet
chances are concerned.

Golfers Face
StrongBucks
HereToday
By BOB ROSENMAN
Michigan's golfers will be seek-s
ing sweet revenge this morning
when they meet Ohio State's
Buckeyes in a dual meet scheduled
to get under way at 9 a.m.
A morning round of 18 holes
will be played. After lunch, both
teams will continue by playing an
afternoon round, also 18 holes.
* * *
THE WOLVERINES will be out
after their sixth straight triumph
of the season, but they'll have rug-
ged competition from the Ohioans,
who currently rate as one of the
top contenders for the Western
Conference title this year.
Coach B e r t Katzenmeyer's
linksmen are already familiar
with the Buckeyes they will face
today. Three weeks ago, the
Wolverines finished last in a
three-way match with Ohio
State and North Texas Teach-
er's, College, NCAA champions,
this defeat marking the last
meet Michigan failed to win.
Since that loss, the Wolverines
have copped five in a row, beating
Northwestern, Detroit University,
Michigan State, Iowa, and Illinois,
in that order.
TODAY THE Wolverines will
come face to face with one of the
Big Ten's finest golfers, Bob Ran-
kin. Rankin, a veteran of last
year's fine Buckeye squad, has
played excellent golf for Ohio
State this year.
But one man doesn't make a
team. The Bucks also have
Chick Hendrickson, no newcom-
er in Big Ten golfing circles, and
Art Deack ready for action
against the Wolverines.
On Monday, Michigan will play
host to Purdue University in what
promises to be another top-notch
meet. The Boilermakers boast in
Fred Wampler, last year's Big Ten
co-medalist, one of the smoothest
swingers in the Western Confer-
ence today.
I Slug fest

Illini to Test
'M' Net Team
In Meet Here

Commissioner A. B. Chandler,
who just handed down one deci-
sion concerning Dick Wakefield,
may. be faced with another one
dealing, with the controversial out-
fielder within the next few days.
Wakefield who is sitting out his
30 day suspension from New York
Yankees in his Ann Arbor home
commented yesterday that he
would give George M. Weiss, Gen-
eral Manager of the Yankees, "48

-Daily-Barney Laschever
CHALK UP ANOTHER ONE-Purdue catcher Stan Aders (30)
waits in vain for the relay home as Captain Bob Wolff crosses
the plate with Michigan's third run in yesterday's game. The
action took place in the fourth inning after pitcher Bob Hicks
had tripled to deep left centerfield.

. I

Fancet 's Home Run Ices
Sixth Conference Victory

By DAVE PRESTON
Both teams will lay unblemish-
ed records on the line when the
Michigan tennis team clashes
with Illinois today at 2:00 on the
local courts.
The Illini squad, coached by
Howie Braun, has surprised the
experts, who in the pre-season
ratings assigned it a secondary
role in the conference campaign.
* * *
THE VISITORS have matched
the Wolverine record of four
straight victories, defeating Iowa,
Vanderbilt, Ohio State, and Mi-
chigan State.
In the feature match of the
afternoon Don Mackay of Mi-
chigan will probably draw Cap-
tain Bud Little as his opponent.
Al Hetzeck will receive his most
severe test of the year in the
number two slot. His foe, sopho-
more Sonny Bradley, captured the
Illinois state singles title in 1947.
* * *
IN THE remaining four posi-
tions Illinois will depend on Gene
Buwick, Wilson Besant, Jim Mos-
es, and Bob Bennorth.
Coach Bill Murphy will coun-
ter with Dick Lincoln, Steve
Bromberg, Lennie Brumm, and
Ross Herron. In the doubles
Mackay will team with Hetzeck,
Bromberg with Lincoln, and
Brumm with Herron.
On the basis of comparative
scores the Illini would seem to
have the edge. Yesterday they
trounced Michigan State, 8-1.
THE SPARTANS in turn hold
a 5-4 decision over Notre Dame,
the identical score by which the
Wolverines defeated the Irish.
Michigan will be seeking its
twenty-first consecutive dual meet
victory.

hours to talk it over with me as
a gentleman," before appealing the
decision.
Wakefield's suspension was in-
flicted because he failed to report
to the Chicago White Sox April. 28.

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Michigan Sailors in Minnesota
SFor Regional Warm-Up Races

Michigan's Sailing Club travels
to Minnesota today to test its un-
beaten record against a good field
of Midwestern schools.
Two crews will represent the
Wolverines in the races, which

MAJOR LEAGUE
STANDINGS

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L PCT. GB
Detroit......12 5 .706 ..
New York ...13 7 .650 1/
Boston . ...15 9 .625 2
Washington .11 8 .579 2
Cleveland ... 9 9 .500 31/
Philadelphia'. 7 13 .350 6 /
Chicago....4 12 .250 7 /
St. Louis .... 4 12 .250 71/
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 5, Chicago 1 (N)
New York 3, Philadelphia 2
Boston 3, Washington 1
Only games scheduled
* * *
NATIONAL LEAGUE

will be held on Lake Harriet. Bar-
ring any last-minute switches,
John Spechtman and Tom Mc-
Vitty will man the Maize and Blue
boats.
* * *
THIS MEET is important to
many of the teams because it. will
serve as a final warm-up for
the Midwestern Regional Regatta
which is scheduled for next week.
The Regional, which is one of
the most important races of the
season, will bring together the
best crews from schools in this
section of the country. Michigan,
on the basis of its unblemished
record, rules the pre-race fa-
vorites.
The Wolverines are not very op-
timistic about their chances in to-
day's meet. It is not the other
competing teams that worry them,
but the long overnight trip to Min-
neapolis which leaves them in any-
thing but top physical condition.
The sailors are to arrive at their
destination only a few hours be-
fore the start of the first race, 9
a.m., and must be prepared for
two strenuous days of sailing.
CORRECTION
Yesterday's I-M score for the
game between the Civil Engineers
and Nakamura Co-op should have
read: Civil Engineers 13, Naka-
mura 0. This puts the Civil Engi-
neers into the first place playoffs.

By HAROLD TANNER
Bob Fancett provided the win-
ning margin and Leo Koceski sav-
ed it yesterday afternoon as Mich-
igan squeezed by Purdue, 7-6, at
Ferry Field.
With the Boilermakers leading
6-5 in the last of the seventh, Fan-
cett belted a two run homer far
down the left field line that put
the Wolverines ahead to stay.
* * *
KOCESKI CAME UP with the
fielding gem of the day in the
eighth which saved thegame for
the Maize and Blue.. Purdue had
loaded the bases with two outs
and had cleanup hitter Stan Aders
at bat.
Aders lashed a long line drive
into left center on which Koces-
ki, after a long chase, made a
diving shoetop catch to cut off
the rally.
Dave Settle, who relieved start-
er Bob Hicks in the seventh, re-
ceived credit for his first Big Nine
victory of the campaign. The tri-
umph was the sixth of the Big Ten
season for the Wolverines and en-
abled them to retain their grasp
on first place.
PURDUE OUTHIT the Maize
and Blue 13 to 9, but the Voiler-
makers were guilty of seven errors
which hurt hurler Mel Henson.
Michigan played flawless ball and
in several cases the sparkling field-
ing kept the score down.
The game was a see-saw bat-
tle all the way with the lead
changing hands seven times.
Purdue hopped on Bob Hicks
for one run in the first on Aders
double to right and a sharp single
by Bill Skowron.
RAY FISHER'S charges match-
ed this in their half of the frame
although without the benefit of a
base hit. Pete Palmer was nicked
by a pitched ball and moved
around on two Purdue miscues.
After the Boilermakers had
tallied again on a single by Bill
Long and Norb Adams' three-
bagger to center in the fourth,
Michigan forged into a short-
lived lead with "two markers in
the same inning.
Pete Palmer opened the inning

with a triple to right center for the
first hit off Henson. Wolff follow-
ed with a double scoring one run
and then after two men were out
Hicks continued the extra-base
walloping with a triple, his first hit
of the .season.
* * *
IN THE SIXTH the see-saw
really started to move fast as
Purdue scored twice in the first
half of the frame and Michigan
countered with a pair in the home
half. The Boilermakers popped
into the lead again in the seventh
but after the seventh inning
stretch Fancett stroked his four-
ply blow to end the scoring.
The two teams clash again at
2:00 this afternoon at Ferry Field
with Ed Grenkoski slated to hurl
for the Wolverines.

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Gorgal, cf
Coddington, 2b
Aders, c
Skowron, ss
Long, lb
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Adams, rf
Becker, If
Henson, p
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cincinnati 3, St. Louis 1 (N)
Chicago 6, Pittsburgh 3
Only games scheduled
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Wisconsin 6, Iowa 5 (N)
Ohio State 4, Illinois 3
Indiana 4, Northwestern 2
Notre Dame 6, Minnesota 1
Western Mich. 2, Butler 1
Ohio U. 18, Cincinnati 6
Albion 4-9, Indiana Tech 5-2
Bradley 9, Oklahoma A&M 3
Brown 9, Pennsylvania 1
Kansas State 9, Kansas 7
Georgetown 7, Seton Hall 3
Lafayette 9, Fordham 3

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