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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, APRI 29, 1951

FIFTH BASEBALL LOSS IN ROW:

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Michigan Linksmen Lose
Meet with Hoosiers, 18-9

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Bobble Opener in 9th, 4-3
Blow Slugfest Nightcap, 9-8

Northwestern,

although theyI

finished eighth out of nine teams
in the Big Ten meet last year, are
regarded as a definite threat for
this year's crown.
GOLF STATISTICS
Morning Round
1. Olson (74) and Evans (81),
Michigan, tied Coulter (73) and
Lafflin (77), Purdue-lyz points each
team.
2. Lind (78) and Wright (78),
Michigan, lost to Hefter (74) and
Houff (75), Purdue-3 points for
Purdue and none for Michigan.
3. Fraser (80) and LeClair (75),
Michigan, lost to Dulap (71) and
Wible (71), Purdue-3 points for
Purdue and none for Michigan.
Afternoon Round
1. Olson (71), Michigan tied Coul-
ter (71), Purdue-I/2 points each
team.
2. Lind (72), Michigan, tied Lafflin
(72), Purdue-1/ points each team.
3. Evans (73), Michigan, defeated
Hefler (75), Purdue-2 points for
Michigan and 1 point for Purdue.
4. Fraser (79), Michigan, lost to
Dunlap (76), Purdue-3 points for
Purdue and none for Michigan.
5. LeClair (77), Michigan lost to
Wible (75), Purdue-2% points for
Purdue and y2 point for Michigan.
6. Wright (75), Michigan defeated
Due (77), Purdue-2 points for
Michigan and 1 point for Purdue.

Special to The Daily
IOWA CITY-Iowa's Hawkeyes
nosed out Michigan's diamond
squad in both ends of a double-
header here yesterday in what
may prove to be an early end to
the Wolverine Conference title
hopes.
The scores were 4-3 and 9-8.
IN THE OPENER Bob Larsen
pitched no-hit ball for eight inn-
ings allowing only two Hawkeyes
to reach base on walks, as his
mates scored three runs one each
in the second, fourth and seventh
innings off Jim Riedesel who went
all the way for Iowa.
But the roof-fell in on Larsen
in the ninth when Rex Vana,
Tom Stenger and Glenn Drahn
greeted him with consecutive sin-
gles for one run, and Duane
Hegedorn was called in from the
bullpen.
George Hand sacrificed the ty-
ing runs upn toscoring position and
Bob Christoph was walked to fill
the abases. Hegedorn then un-
corked a wild pitch for the second
run and John Schuett relieved
him but couldn't find the plate
and reloaded the bases by walking
Chuck Cebuhar without throwing
a strike.

-Daily-'Roger Reinke
LEO KOCESKI
. . . Still in there swinging

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COACH FISHER then called on
Bill Den Houter to save matters
only to have him wild pitch the
tying run across and then fall
victim to Martin Kurt's game win-
ning squeeze bunt.
Hegedorn was charged with
the loss and Larsen's eight inn-
ing feat was forgotten in the
heartbreaking defeat.
The Wolverines stormed back
in the second game, however, as
they jumped on lefthander Bruce
Marsh in the first inning and
scored three times after two were
out to knock Marsh out and bring
in Glenn Drahn.
* * *
THE BIG BLOW of the inning
was a home run by Pete Palmer
that followed a walk to Leo Koce-
ski. Gerry Dorr also walked and
scored on successive singles by
Al Weygandt and Bill Mogk.
Iowa came back with two in
their half of the first against
John Schuett, who yielded a
triple to Stenger that was sand-
wiched between a. pair of sin-
gles contributed by Rex Vana-
and Charlie Cebuhar.
Michigan promptly widened the
gap in the second on singles by
Frank Howell, Koceski and Palm-
er, and a two run double by JerrX
Dorr to give them a 6-2 lead.
THE HAWKEYES gothone run
back in the third and then took
a 7-6 lead in the fourth when they
knocked out Schuett with a four-
run outburst.
It was rightfielder, Frank Bok
that spelled Shuett's removal in
favor of Hegedorn, when'the
'Iowan slammed out a home run
that followed two singles. and
an error by Weygandt.
Bok also knocked in the event-
ual winning runs in the seventh
when he singled home runners
from second and third. The sit-
uation was set up when Jack
Lundquist sacrificed Stenger and;
Bebuhar into scoring position.
Michigan then gamely triedto
overcome their 9-7 ceficit with a
two out ninth inning rally as, Hill
Mogk walked and Gil Sabuco sin-
gled to put th. tying runs on base.
Den Houter then pinch hit for
Hegedorn and walked to fill the
bases. Howell was also walked to
force in a run, but Drahn got Hay-
nam to end the rally by forcing
Howell at second on a grounder
to shortstop.
FIRST GAME
MICHIGAN AB H R PO A I
Billingscof 5 0 0 0 0 0
Haynam ss 4 0 0.1 1
Koceski If 4 1 1 3 0 0
Palmer c 4 0 2 5 0
Dorr3b 3 11 33 1
Weygandtl1b 3 0 0 9 0 0
Mogk rf 3 1 1 3 0'0
Sabuco 2b 4 0 1 1 1 0
Larsen p 3 0 0 0 1 0
Hegedorn p 0 0 0 ,01.0
Shuettp 000000
Den Houterp )0 00 0090
Totals 33 3 6 25*1 2
*One out when winning run scored.

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Drak
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Englishman Stops Wilt,
Gehrmann in Mile.Run

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Ray, the mechanical pacesetter,
took the lead on the first back-
stretch and held it through the
half mile, with Bannister close
behind him. Wilt and Gehr-
mann followed.
Bannister led the first at the
three-quarters, and then came his
Sterrific last lap kick.
* * *
IT WAS EXECUTED so smooth-
ly no one suspected its blinding
speed. The crowd kept urging Wilt
and Gehrmann to unleash their
own famous finishing sprints but
the Americans had little left.
On the collegiate side of the re-
lays, Andy Stanfield of Seton Hall
took individual laurels, winning
the broad jump with a relay record
breaking leap of 25 feet 4/a inches
and taking the 100 from the Na-
tional AAU champion, Arthur
Bragg of Michigan State, in :09.8.
CCN 'Fixer'
To Be Indicted
In CageProbe
NEW YORK-(I')-Another al-
leged "fixer" was arrested yester-
day, charged with bribing five
members of the City College bas-
ketball team.
Detectives picked up Eli Klukof-
sky, alias Eli Kaye, 29, (CQ) out-j
side a Miami, Fla., night club on
a warranet charging him specific-
ally with "bribing participants in
amateur basketball contests."
* * *
KLUKOFSKY'S arrest brought
to six the number of fixers arrested
since the scandal first broke.
District Attorney Frank Hogan
said Klukofsky worked through
Norman Mager, a City College
player. The other players involved
were Ed Roman, Al Roth, Erwin
Dambrot and Herb Cohen.

Special to The Daily
DES MOINES-Two more Mich-
igan varsity records fell as the
Wolverine distance medley and
480-yard high hurdle shuttle re-
lays sped to victories in the Drake
Relays here yesterday afternoon.
The 10:05.6 time turned in by
the distance team, which lowered
the existing Wolverine record by
3.3 seconds set indoors in the
Michigan State Relays this winter,
and the 1:01.1 effort of the hurd-
lers raised to three the number of
varsity records set by Michigan
trackmen in the Drake Relays
which got underway on Friday.
* *
THE FOUR MILE relay team
had previously set a new varsity
record Friday by covering the dis-
tance in 17:24.3.
Michigan gained its third
championship of the meet when
freshman John Ross won the
Invitation Mile by a margin of
20 yards over his nearest com-
petitor in 4:21.9. Drake Uni-
versity was the only other school
to win three titles in the Relays.
In winning the University Dis-
tance Medley Don McEwen, Mich-
igan's anchor man running the
mile in 4:12, was forced to come
from behind in the last few yards
to defeat Kansas's Herb Semper,
the national collegiate cross coup-f
try champion.
SEMPER PASSED McEwen 251
yards from the finish, but the
Wolverine ace overhauled the
Kansas anchor man just before
the finish. The two men had
started their legs even.
Coach Don Canham consid-
ered McEwen's race "one of his
greatest performances."
The new record which also
knocked one-half a second off the
Drake Relay distance medley rec-
ord was set by a team which did
not include Al Rankin or Chuck
Whiteaker, who customarily run
the 440 and 880 yard legs of the
relay.
JOE LA RUE RAN the opening
quarter leg in 50.5 while George
Jacobi ran the half in 1:58.1. Ran-
kin and Whiteaker are bothered
by pulled leg muscles.
Aaron Gordon ran the three-
quarter leg, and turned in a
very good time of 3:05. Coach

nis Johansson of Purdue for the
first three quarters of the race.
Johansson then dropped back to
finish fifth as Russell Gabier of
Western Michigan and Dewey
Johnson of Drake finished second
and third, respectively.
Don Laz of Illinois and Don
Cooper of Nebraska, the Nation's
top two pole vaulters who have
both cleared 15 feet last week, tied
for first place with leaps of 14 feet
6 inches. Cooper pulled a leg mus-
cle on his first attempt at 15 feet
while Laz failed in his three at-
tempts at the 15-foot mark.
College Results
BASEBALL
Purdue 15, Northwestern 4
Minnesota 7, Wisconsin 1
Indiana 10, Illinois 6
Iowa State 10, Kansas 9
(10 innings)
Princeton 4, Cornell 3
Auburn 6, Ga. Tech 1
Stanford 5, UCLA 4
Kansas State 9, Missouri 7
Providence 5, Yale 2
Army 7, Dartmouth 6
Manhattan 12, Brooklyn 2
Brown 4, Columbia 1
St. John's 5, NYU 4
Duke 14, Davidson 5
No. Carolina State 7, Clemson 5
North Carolina 5, Furman 4
Nebraska 4, Wichita 2
Georgia 2, Florida State 0
GOLF
Yale 7, Army 0
Princeton 6, Columbia 1
Nebraska 12, Colorado 6
Bucknell 5, Lafayette 4
Kansas State 12x, Missouri 51/
TENNIS
Indiana 9, Ohio State 0
Northwestern 5, Notre Dame .4
Illinois 8, Iowa 1
Yale 8, Dartmouth 1
Kansas State 7, Missouri 0
Virginia 7, North Carolina 2
Miami (Ohio) 6, Ohio Univ. 3
Colorado 7, Nebraska 0
Colgate 8, Rutgers 1
Princeton 9, Cornell 0
Big Ten Baseball
Standings

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DON MCEWEN
...a coach's dream
Canham said that "this was
equivalent to a 4:14 mile."
Kansas finished second in the
race, while Missouri which was
even with the Wolverines and
Kansas going into the final mile
placed third ahead of Arkansas
and Marquette.
THE SHUTTLE HURDLE relay
employed its usual personnel in
bettering the varsity's 480-yard
high hurdle shuttle relay record.
Van Bruner ran first, Wally Atchi-
son second, Jim Mitchell third,
and Captain Don Hoover fourth,
as the Wolverines defeated Miss-
ouri and Purdue.
Michigan's two mile relay
team composed of Bill Hickman,
Del Hyde, Gordon, and Whitea-
ker finished sixth after Hickman
had fallen on the opening leg
of the relay.
Ross won the Invitation Mile
easily after being pressed by Den-

IOWA
Vana cf
Stenger ss
Drahn rf
Hand If
Christoph 3b
Cebuhar 2b
Kurt lb
Dinzole c
Riedesel p
Totals

AB R
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4 1
4 1
3 0
3 1
3 0
2 0
3 0
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29 4

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Iowa 000 000 004..................4
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Billingsef
Howell ef
Haynam ss
Koceski If
Palmer c
Dorr 3b
Painter f
Weygandt lb
Mogk rf, 3b
Sabuco 2b
Shuett p
Hegedorn p
Den Houter x
Totals
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AB R H POA K

4 2 2 2 0
6 0 2 2 0
3 2 2 1 0
5 2 2 4 3
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5 0 1 7 0
3 1 1 0 2
4 0 1 3 0
200 0 0
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Vana, R.cof 5 2 2 2 1
Stenger ss 4 3 3 1 6
Cebuhar 2b 4 2 1 0 2
Lundquist If 3 1 2 0 0
Bok of 41 21 0
Hess 1b 3 0 1 14 0
Kurt1b 3 0 1 14 0
Vana, W. c 4 0 2 5 2
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Drahn p 4 0 0 1 3
Totals 35 9 13 27 14

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