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IL 21, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MICHIGAN TIAHY

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By JIM PARKER
To Pete Palmer, a fellow who
has played some great baseball
for Michigan in days past, ;goes
the undistinguished title of "goat"
of a 3-2 Wolverine loss to Illi-
nois at Ferry Field yesterday.
With Gerry Dorr batting with
one out in the last half of the
ninth inning, Palmer, on first base
representing the tying run, was
caught asleep off the bag by a
snap throw from Illini catcher Bill
Hoffman to first baseman Bob
Moore.
THEN ON THE next pitch to
Dorr, the Michigan third baseman
slammed out a long 450 foot triple
into center field that would have
scored Palmer with the tying run,
but as it was, it placed Dorr on
third with two outs.
And that's just where he
"died" when Bill Mogk followed
with an easy bounder to third
baseman Dick Raklovits and the
unhappy ending of Michigan's
home and Big Ten season open-
er.

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ILLINOIS AB
Parenti ss 5
Baranski 2b 5
Raklovits 3b 5
Krantz cf 5
Hoffman c 4
Heberer 1 3
Brewer rf 1
Frazier rf-lf 3
Moore 1b 3
Maier p 4
Totals 38
MICHIGAN AB
Billings cf 3
a Goulish 1
Howell cf 0
Haynam ss 4
Koceski 1 4
Palmer c 3
iorr 3b 4
Mogk 2b 3
Weygandt lb 3
Harrington rf 2
Larsen p 2
b Yirkowski 1
Hegedorn p 0
Totals 30

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a struck out for Billings

ONE THAT DIDN'T COME ACROSS-Illinois pitcher George
Maier is forced out at the plate in the fouAh inning of yester-
day's game by catcher Pete Palmer, who is setting for the relay
to first to attempt to double up the hitter, Dick Rakiovits. The
throw was too late.
'' Thi nlads Face
Host USC, Illinois

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By BYRLE ABBIN
Michigan's trackmen, entering
their first outdoor -meet of the
r 1951 season, will find themselves
cast as definite underdogs this
afternoon at Los Angeles gigantic
Coliseum as they face Southern
California and Illinois in the most
talked about triangular of the sea-
son.
P Perennial NCAA and PCC
champ, Southern Cal is a strong
favorite to cop the team title on
the basis of its performances in
three dual meets this spring and
advantageous training weather.
Illinois, 1951 Big Ten Indoor
champ, is cast in the darkhorse
role.-,
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CARRYING THE big burden
for the Wolverines will be the two
two top point-getters in the in-
door " season, Don McEwen and
Captain Don Hoover. McEwen
will face the top Pacific Coast
distance man and one of the top
in college competition, Jim New-
comb, in probably both the mile
and two mile races.
Both have done under 9:07 In
the two mile and 4:12 in the
mile, and a top dual is expected
between the two. Hoover will
have his hands more than full
' with two of the top hurdlers
in college competition today.
Art Bernard has been timed at
:14.1 in the 120 yard highs this
year, and Jack Davis, a sensation-
al soph, has done :23.1 in the 220
yard lows-which is just .1 of a
second slowre than Hoovei's best.

THE TROJAN1S will have the
rest of their strength in the field
events, with probable firsts by
Frank Flores or Verle Sorgen in
the broad jump, Jack Barnes, PCC
champ, in the high jump, and
soph Parry O'Brien in the shot
put.
Illinois meanwhile still putA
much hope in its vaunted pole
vaulting contingent of Don Laz,
Dick Coleman, and Dick Calisch
--the best ever assembled in one
college in track history.
Other top Illini performers are
Joe "Pep" Gonzales, fabulous soph
sprinter, Cirilio McSteen, 440 yd.
man, Art Twardock, discus throw-
er, and Lawton"Lamb, half miler.
Dashman Bill Konrad, half-mil-
er Chuck Whiteaker, Van Bruner
in the hurdles, quarter miler Joe
la Rue and Al Rankin comprise
the balance of Michigan's contin-
gent who are expected to place
high.
Baseball Scores
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 5, Detroit 4)
Cleveland 4, St. Louis 1
Philadelphia 6, Boston 3
Washington 5-8, New York 3-4
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Brooklyn 7, New York 3
Boston 2, Philadelphia 1
St. Louis 5, Chicago 1

From the Illinois angle things
looked much brighter as George
Maier, possibly the best hurler
Michigan will see this year, set
the Wolverines down with five hits
(three triples and one double, how-
ever) and struck out 11 for his
fourth victory of the season.
THE ONLY TIME he was in
trouble, outside of the ninth inn-
ing, was in the seventh frame,
when the Wolverines got their
two runs on triples iby Leo Koceski
and Al Weygandt sandwiched
around Bill Mogk's infield single.
Bob Larsen, Michigan's start-
er, was victimized with his first
defeat in a Michigan uniform.
The junior southpaw held 11 hits
(in eight innings) down to a
minimum damage only to walk
Bruce Frazier with the bases
loaded in the seventh to force
in Lou Krantz with the win-
ning run.
This afternoon at two o'clock
Michigan's Bill DenHouter will
face the Illini's Carl Ahrens on the
Cue Finalists
Meet at Union
The National Intercollegiate Bil-
liard Championships move into
their final round today with Le-
roy Kinman, Conrado Roa and
Larry Gray looming as heavy fa-
vorites in the individual competi-
tion.
Kinman, two-time collegiate,
pocket billiards champion, defeat-,
ed Joe Saponaro, 75-62, and Wil-
liam Lebold 75-37 yesterday. He
meets John Whaley, another dou-
ble winner, in the finals at 2 p.m.
today in the Union.
Straight-rail competition saw
Michigan's Roa conquer Normand
Poirier, 100-79. Leonard Stein,
100-83 victor over Poirier, and
Roa meet in this afternoon's com-
petition.
Preliminary matches get under
way this morning at 11 a.m., with
matches scheduled in all three,
divisions.

M' Golfers
In Four Way
Meet Today
Four excellent Western Confer-
ence golf teams will duel on the
links today when Michigan, Ohio
State, Indiana, and Purdue meet
in a quadrangular meet at Colum-
bus.
The results of this 4-team affair
will be especially significant since
it is expected that these schools
will rule as top-heavy favorites
to sweep the top positions in the
Big Ten meet next month in Ev-
anston, Illinois.
WOLVERINE coach Bert Katz-
enmeyer, pleased with the per-
formances of several of his less
experienced men in the loss to
the University of Detroit Wednes-
day, will base Michigan's hopes on
6 of 7 men who were selected to
make the trip to Columbus.
Captain Dick Evans, Bob Ol-
son, Dean Lind, and John Fraser
will team up with sophomores
Lowell LeClair and Jack Stump-
fig plus Jim Dixon against an
impressive array of Midwest
golfing stars.
The Buckeyes of Ohio State,
perennially strong in Western Con-
ference golfing competition, will
rely on several holdovers from
last year's squad which finished
second in the Big Ten meet to
Purdue.
Continuous from 1 P.M.
44c to 5 P.M.
LAST TIMES TODAY
'S A FOADELE
SFJERGEN
Starts Sunday

struck out for Larsen in 8th.
Illinois .............. 001 100 100-3
Michigan..............000 000 200-2
Runs batted in-Parent!, Hoffman,
Frazier, Palmer, Weygandt. Error-
Haynam. Sacrifice-Moore. Two base
hits-Hoffman, Weygandt. Three base
hits--Koceski, Weygandt, Dorr. Stolen
bases-Baranski, Krantz, Mogk. Dou-
ble plays-Parenti to Baranski to
Moore; Mogk to Haynan to Weygandt.
Left on bases-Illinois, 12; Michigan 4.
Struck out-Maier, 11; Larsen, 6.
Bases on balls-Maier, 2; Larsen, e3.
Hits off-Larsen, 11 in 8 innings;
Hegedorn, 2 in 1 inning. Hit by pitch-
er-Maier (Palmer). Winning pitcher
-Maier (4-1). Losing pitcher-Lar-
sen (2-1).

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