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TrHE~MICHIGAN DAILY ______

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western's Four Run First
Seals Doom of Wolverines

Bad Start .

Special to The Daily
KALAMAZOO-Michigahn's
baseball team didn't have time
tb get settled here yesterday before
Western Michigan dropped the ax.
The Broncos piled up four big
runs in the first inning and then
coasted to a 5-1 decision over
the Big Ten leaders behind the
brilliant three hit pitching of Jer-
ry Hogan.
* * *
HOGAN TURNED in one of his
4inest hurling performances of
the season in striking out seven
and scattering the three Michigan
safeties in scoreless frames.
Control gave the Bronco
righthander his biggest trouble
as he walked six Wolverine bat-
,ters. Four bases on balls in one
'inning cost him his shutout,
when free passes to Bill Buc-
v a1olz, Leo Koceski, Pete Palmer
end Bob Wolff forced Michigan's
1 nfly run across the plate in, the
,N;th inning.
Hank Burnister, in his first
starting role for Michigan, was
the losing pitcher, being charged
with three of the Broncos' four
runs in the first inning debacle.
BURMEISTER got off to a bad
start by giving up a single to the
broncos leadoff man, Len John-

ston. The Wolverine righthander
got Walt Southworth for the first
out but then walked the next two
batters to fill the bases.
That was all for Burmeister
and Coach Ray Fisher called in
Southpaw Bob Larsen.
Larsen had trouble with his first
batter also when Gene Schlukebir
singled to drive in two runs. Jer-
ry Dorr's error on Newel Wilson's
grounder filled up the sacks again
and Larsen's two free passes
forced in the final two runs of
the inning.
* * *
LARSEN CONTINUED on the
mound through the- fifth frame,
giving up but one additional hit,
striking out one and walking
three.
In the sixth frame Michigan
got its one run but then lost
another in the bottom half of
the inning when Dick Briuny
drove out a home run off Dave
Settle, the Wolverines' third
pitcher of the afternoon.
Settle pitched only the sixth,
being pulled in Michigan's sev-
enth in favor of pinch hitter, Linc
Painter.
Al Virgona then came in for his
second tour of duty in as many
games to finish the game for the
Wolverines.

MICHIGAN AB
Bucholz, 2b ... 3
Koceski, If .... 3
Morrison, of .. 3
Morrill, lb ..... 4
Palmer, c..... 2
Wolff, ss ...... 3
Fancett, rf .... 4
Dorr,3 S.......4
Burmeister, p .. 0
Larsen, p...... 2
Settle, p ........'0
a-Painter .... 1
Virgona, p .... 0
TOTALS ....29

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* * *

WEST. MICH. AB
Johnston, if ... 5
Southworth, 3b. 4
Coleman, 2b ... 3
Groggel, rf .... 2
Schlukebir, lb . 3
Kramer, cf .... 4
Wilson, ss...... 4
Bruny, a.......3
Hogan, p ...... 2
TOTALS ....30
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Michigan 0 0 00
W. Mich. 4 0 0

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Bosox Slam
Ben gals, 6-1;
Yankees Win
By The Associated Press
The Boston Red Sox powered
across all their runs on homers
yesterday as they beat the De-
troit Tigers 6-1 behind Joe Dob-
son's six-hit pitching at Detroit.
* * *
YANKS 11, BROWNS 0
The New York Yankees pound-
ed their way into first place in the
American League with an 11 to 0
shellacking of the St. Louis Browns
last night behind the five-hit
pitching of Allie Reynolds at St.
Louis.
* * *
INDIANS 15, ATHLETICS 4
The Cleveland Indians clouted
20 hits off four Philadelphia
pitchers tonight to win 15-4. Larry
Doby accounted for six tribe runs
with a'grand slam homer, a triple
and a single at Cleveland.
* * *
WASHINGTON 6, CHICAGO 5
Little Lloyd Hittle pitched and
batted the Washington Senators
to a 6-5 victory over the Chicago
White Sox before 4,014 persons at
Chicago.
* * *
DODGERS 3, CARDINALS 1
Preacher Roe had more than a
prayer yesterday as he pitched the
Brooklyn Dodgers into second
place with a 3-1 triumph over the
St. Louis Cardinals at Brooklyn.
* * *
BRAVES 3, PIRATES 0
Big John Sain turned in his
second consecutive shutout for the'
Boston Braves while blanking the
Pittsburgh Pirates, 3-0, with six
hits tonight before a chilled 10,-,
273 crowd.
CUBS 4, GIANTS 3
Home runs by Wayne Terwillig-
er and Andy Pafko, each with one
on in the third inning, gave the
Chicago Cubs a 4-3 triumph over
the New York Giants last nigl t at
New York.
* * *
PHILS 1, REDS 0
Robin Roberts had the best of a
brilliant pitchinghduel with Ewell
Blackwell.

Lincoln Tops
Tennis Squad
In Dual Wins
By TOM FABIAN
Dick Lincoln, the only left hand-
er on the Wolverine varsity ten-
nis squad, has the distinction of
being undefeated to date in dual
meet competition.
Competing in the number three
singles spot, Dick holds straight
set decisions over his opponents
in each of the six meets which
have been played this year.
* * *
IN THE DOUBLES, Lincoln
teams with Sophomore Steve
Bromberg; number four singles
man, to form a well coordinated
combination. This duo has not
dropped a set so far this season.
A Senior in Lit School, Dick
has been playing tennis since
the age of ten and it has been
his ,major sport ever since. Al-
thuogh a native Ann Arborite
he played his high school tennis
at Phillips Academy in Andover,
Mass. and has been active in
summer circuits.
Lincoln entered the state tour-
nament, held at Flint, last sum-
mer, and reached the semi-finals
before losing to Fred Otto, a mem-
ber of last year's squad. Dick has
been runner-up in the St. Joe
Tourney, staged in South Bend,
for the past two years.
PLAYING THE NUMBER seven
slot in his Junior year, Lincoln
saw little varsity action, but this
season he advanced to the third
position where he has been one of
Today's Games
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Washington at Chicago -
Hittle (1-1) vs. Cain (1-1).
New York at St. Louis-San-
ford (1-0) vs. Widmar (0-1).
Boston at Detroit - Kinder
(2-3) vs. Gray (2-1).
Philadelphia at Cleveland (N)
-Brissie (0-5) vs. Feller (2-2).
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh at Boston (night)
- Werle (3-0) or Chambers
(3-2) vs. Bickford (1-3).
St. Louis at Brooklyn (night)
- Lanier (2-1) vs. Newcombe
(1-1).
Chicago at New York - Lade
(1-1) or Hiller (2-0) vs. Koslo
(1-3).
Cincinnati at Philadelphia
(night)-Fox (1-2) vs. Johnson
(2-0).
Coach Bill Murphy's ablest per-
formers. It is due to this change
that he is considered by his team-
mates as the most improved play-
er on the squad.
Combining a forcing serve
with excellent ground strokes,
Lincoln's game should render
valuable assistance to Michi-
igan's chances in the Big Ten
Tournament, which is to be
held at Evanston on May 29, 30,
31.

Track Title Hopes Dim;
Mitchell Out for Season

Wolverine track hopes darkened
yesterday as ace hurdler Jim
Mitchell was definitely scratched
for the remainder of the season.
Although Mitchell is gradually
recovering from a hamstring leg
muscle injury incurred mid-way
in April, Coach Don Canham
stated that the high stepping ju-
nior will not be ready for action
in time for the crucial Big Ten
meet May 26-7.
MITCHELL already has missed
the Ohio State meet and the tri-
angular clash with Northwestern
and Illinois.
The lithe hurdler will now by-
pass the triangular meet with
Northwestern and Wisconsin at
Madison this weekend and the
Conference meet the following
week.
When every last point is so im-
portant in Conference track cir-
cles this season, Canham pointed
out that the definite benching of
Mitchell only helps drive another
coffin nail in the fortunes of the r
Maize and Blue this year.
* * *
A CONSISTENT point man for
the Wolverines, Mitchell gained a
fourth in the Conference indoor
highs last March and a fifth in
the lows. At the outdoor meet last
year, also staged at Evanston,
Mitchell took a fifth place in the
highs.
Notwithstanding Mitchell's ab-
sence from the last two Wolver-
ine meets, the trio of Don Hoo-
ver, Wally Atchison and Bruno
Boelstler have turned in credit-
able hurdler performances.
Placing fourth in the Confer-
ence indoor low hurdles, Hoover
copped both low events in the Ohio

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