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T#E MICHIGAN DAILY

SAIl tiDAi4, lMtAY 26, 1551

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Ohio

Nines

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Indiana; 5. Vieth, Illinois. :14.8.
880-YARD RUN,-1. Makielski, Mich-
igan State; 2. Waiter, Michigan State;
3. Reynolds, Illinois; 4. Rodibaugh,
Purdue; 5. Whiteman, Indiana. 1:56
(even).
220-YARD LOW HURDLES-I. Tho-
mas, Michigan State; 2. Henson, Mich-
igan State; 3. Martin, Indiana; 4.
Deuel, Iowa; 5. Slack, Illinois. :23.8.
220-YARD DASH-1. Gonzales, Illi-
nois; 2. McSween, Ilinois; 3. Henson,
Michigan State; 4. Ingram, Michigan
State; 5. Konrad, MICHIGAN. :21.8.
HIGH JUMP-1. Harper, Indiana, 6
feet 3% inches; 2. Weik, Iowa, 6-3; 3.
Harmet, Indiana, 6-2. 4 and 5, Schae-
fer, Ohio State, and Floyd, Illinois
(tie) 6-even.
DISCUS-1. Anderson, Indiana, 153
feet, 3 inches; 2. Berchet, Illinois,
150 9%; 3. Holm, Minnesota, 14914;
4. Roberson, Indiana, 143 21/.; 5. Bleck-
wenn, Wisconsin, 142 i114.
MILE :RELAY - 1. Illinois (Swank,
Ciders, Gilbertson and McSween); 2.
Iowa; 3. Purdue; 4. MICHIGAN; 5. In-
diana. 3.21.7.
POLE VAULT-1. Laz, Illinois, 14
feet 10 inches; 2. Carroll, Minnesota,
14 feet 8 inches; 3. tie among Elmblad,
MICHIGAN, Coleman, Illinois, and
Welbourn, Ohio State, 13,feet 6 inches
(breaks Conference of 14 feet 2j
inches set by Cassells, Chicago, 1937).
Hogan Leads
In GolfMatch
FORT WORTH, Tex.-(P)-Ben
Hogan blew cool yesterday but not
enough to lose his elad in the
$15,000 Colonial National Invita-
tion golf tournament as he came
in with a one-over-par 71 to make
his 36-hole total 139.
Hogan, the first-day front-run-
ner with a 68 over the tough 7,035-
yard Colonial C o u n t r y Club
course, finished in the last three-
some in the field of 42 and nipped
Johnny Palmer of Badin. N. C.,
for the lead:
CARY MIDDLECOFF of Mem-
phis, Tenn., playing with Hogan,
also finished ahead of Palmer,
shooting a 71 for 140. Palmer had
a 70 for a 141 total.
Tied at 142 were Ed Oliver of
Seattle, Wash., the day's low scor-

Carter Tops
Williams,
NEW YORK-Jimmy Carter, a
virtual unknown from the Bronx,
scored a bruising fourteenth-round
technical knockout over Light-
weight Champion Ike Williams in
a major boxing upset at Madison
Square Garden last night.
Williams, holder of at least part
of the crown since 1945, under-
went a torturous 90-minute ordeal
this afternoon making the 135
pounds class limit. Carter weigh-
ed 133,
THE NEW CHAMP, born in
Aiken, S.C., 27 years ago, but
raised in the teeming ronx,
dropped the old champ four imes
before referee Petey Scalzo stop-
ped it to save groggy Ike from
serious injury.
Because Carter was ranked
12th among the contenders in1
its latest ratings, the National
Boxing Association refused to
sanction this as a title bolt. But
the New York State Athletic
Commission gave its blessing.
Carter, biding his time whi«
Williams shot the works early,
dumped Williams for five with a
long right to the left temple mid-
way in the fifth.
AFTER THE first knockdown,
Carter poured punches at Ike.
Down he went again from two
jarring rights to the jaw.
Carter swarmed over Williams
with a body attack that sent him
sailing through the ropes onto
the ring apron in the tenth. He
got back at the count of four.
In the 14th Carter, who )eemed
to have been coasting for a couple
of rounds, rocked Williams with
a left-right-left and down he went
for six. He came up groggy. As
Carter poured it on for the kill,
Scalzo stopped it.

Wolverines Triumph 6-3,
Atfer Losing Opener, 4-1

-Photo by Jim Butt
ILLINI FLASH-Cirilo McSween, Illinois' record-breaker in the
440 at yesterday's conference track meet, edges Art Ingram of
Michigan State in a trial heat of the 220 Thursday. McSween,
who set a new record over the rainswept Evanston track of 47.7,
also ran on the winning mile relay team which cinched the
meet for the Illini. (Above photo was flown here from Evanston
in time for today's edition.)
CLASS B, D COMPETITION
High School Cinder men Vie

By BOB LANDOWNE
Special to The Daily
COLUMBUS -- Michigan split
its double header with league-
leading Ohio State here yesterday
by grabbing the second, game, 6-3,
after being stopped 4-1 in the
opener.
Duane Hegedorn went all the
way for the victory in the night-
cap even ' though he was on the
ropes in the last two innings.
THE WOLVERINES " jumped out
in'front with a four run first in-
ning as they knocked out the
Buckeyes' starting hurler, Paul
Williams.
Frank Howell led off with a
single, and after Bruce Hay-
nam's sacrifice Leo Koceski sin-
gled off the third baseman's
glove and Pete Palmer walked
to load the bases.
Al Weygandt lined a single to
right for two runs and took sec-
ond on the throw to the plate.
Catcher Jack Gannon tried to nab
Weygandt with an unsuccessful
throw to second and Palmer alert-
ly raced home from third.
GERRY DORR then singled to
knock out Williams, Weygandt
stopping at third. After Bill Mogk
fouled out, Gil Sabuco= singled
home the fourth run of the in-
ning.
Michigan picked up two ex-
tra tallies' on single runs in the
third and sixth.
In the third, Weygandt and
Darr got their second .,consecutive
hits, this time off reliefer Dave
Bechtel, who then walked Mogk
and Sabuco to force in a run.
IN T H E SIXTH, Hegedorn
reached second on pitcher Bech-
tel's two base wild throw and then
scored on Haynam's single.
Ohio State's first two runs
came on a freak home run by
Stew Heyn in the fifth. With
one out and Bob 4ontebello on
second via a single and error,
Heyn lined one to left,, that,
Koceski charged in to take on
the bounce. The ball veered

sharply to his right and rolled
too far behinid him to retrieve
in time.
That was the only 'four-bagger
of the day, and left Michigan with,
a 5-2 margin,
Leading 6-2, Hegedorn-ran into
trouble in the eighth, when the
Buckeyes loaded the bases on two
singles and a base on balls.
WITH ONE AWAY, 'clean-UP
hitter.Elbie Gutzwiller hit... a hard
grounder on which first baseman
Weygandt made a diving atop.
Weygandt regained his feet too
late to beat the sliding Gutzwiller,
but only one run scored.
With the atying runs on bases
Carl Parrill slapped into a dbh-
ble play to end the inning.
In the ninth, the Buckeyes again
loaded the bases with one away,
this time on a single, Dorr's er-
ror, and a walk to pinch;-hitter
Jack Jones.
But Hegedornlhung in there and
got Montebello to hit into a fast
double play to end the final Buck-
eye threat.
BOTH THE DOUBLE plays in
the eighth and ninth were neap
started by shortstop Haynam, whd
fielded flawlessly in both games.
The first game belonged eat-
elusively to OSU's lefthander
hick Hauck, who pitched and
batted the Buckeyes to their
eighth conference victory*
The bespectacled. southpaw- held.
Michigan to four singles and had
a shutout until the ninth inning.
Hauck tripled home the first,
two Buckeye runs in the second
inning off the Wolverines' Bob
Larsen. Hauck was also driven
home by Montebello's single im-
mediately following.
Larsen yielded #' the fourth run
in the third as Parrill walked,
stole second, and scored on Jacle
Kauffman's single.
Larsen left the game after pitch-
ing five innings, and was charged
with his third conference defeat.
He has won two. Bill den Houter
finished off, preventing any fur-
ther Buckeye scoring.

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For State Tt
With all four of Michigan's
varsity teams out of town for the
week-end, the local scene will be
taken over today by nearly 400
high school trackmen competing
in the State class B and D cham-
pionships at Ferry Field.
An overflow of entrants and

!e Here Today
schools this year made it neces-
sary to move part of the meet
from East Lansing; where it has
been held since its inception in
1925. Classes A and C are in East
Lansing today.
NILES, the defending champion
in class B, is expected to haveA a
tough time hanging onto its title
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The University golf course
will be closed all day tomorrow
because of the I-M golf tour-
nament.
--Bert Katzenmeyer
men in last week's regionals, and
Ecorse, a perennial threat, are
bath r rated high. Cadillac and
Greenville can be counted on to
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Class D champion from 1950,
Benton H a r b o r St. John's,
shares the favorite's spot with
Michigan School for the Deaf,
Baroda, Bloomfield Hills, and
4tisville.
Preliminaries w i 11 begin at
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Major League Standings*

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13 .581
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16 .484
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24 .273
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St. Louis
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New York
Philadelphia
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh

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