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Y, MAY 29, 2951

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Larsen Seeks Second Win
Over Michigan State Today
Triumph Will Put Improved Wolverines
Above Opponents in Conference Standings

Raymond Sig Eps in Golf Title by Seven Strokes
W ins D aily By DICK LEWIS Chicago with a 92. Dale Bowens ing and a five-run fourth innin
Sigma Phi Epsilon linksmen counted with 100, Ken Oberg gave the Dearborns a 7-1 triumi
- ro h fired a 339 series to take the Intra- scored 101, and Ivan Scholwick over MCF in the second place ir
mural fraternity golf champion- shot a 108 in Michigan Houses dependent softball finals.
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An upsurging Michigan baseball
squad will play host to Michigan
State on Ferry Field at 3:30 today
to close out its 1951 baseball sea-
son.
After losing six of their first
seven conference games, Michigan
has rebounded to take three of
the last four, splitting a double
header with Ohio State, the pres-
ent league leaders.
THE SPARTANS, who are cur-
rently seventh in the Big Ten, just
above Michigan, will be seeking
revenge for the 15-1 Wolverine
lacing they received at East Lan-
sing May 12.
Bob Larsen, who hurled a
three-hitter against Michigan
State in the earlier game, while
his teammates were collecting
13 hits, will attempt to gain a
second victory over the Spartans
today. Don Quayle, a sopho-
more, will pitch for the visi-
tors.
For Michigan this will be a
chance to move up another notch.
Starting in last place two weeks
ago, the Wolverines have ad-
vanced one position in the Con-
ference standings each week.

THEY HAVE shown notable im-
provement in pitching, where Du-
ane Hegedorn has been a stand-
out, and in fielding, where Michi-
gan is now third in the Big Ten,
boasting a .947 average.
MSC has a 14-7 total regular
season record. In Big Ten play
they took Iowa 8-5 and 12-9,
split two with Indiana, 7-5, and,
1-6, and lost a twin bill to Min-
nesota, 9-2, and 5-4. The last
game was called at the end of
the fifth inning on account of
rain.
Tops in MSC batting is Cornell
"Corky" Ghise, second baseman,
who is hitting .316. Next are cen-
ter fielder and captain, Vicne
Magi, and outfielder Dick Moser
(both .286). The Spartan team
batting average is .254, fifth in
the conference.
Junior righthanders Bob Carl-
son and Tom Lawson, the nucleus
of the Spartan hurling staff, will
be ready to relieve Quayle if he
needs help.

For the second consecutive year
Bill Raymond of Sigma Alpha Ep-
-k y silon was awarded the Daily tro-
phy to the outstanding performer
in intramural sports.
Raymond also joins a select
group of six who have repeated
as All-Campus Champion in the
course of the 19 years that the
award has been given. Only three-
time winner Paul Keller surpassed
the mere repeat stage.
* * -*
TO WIN the award Raymond
participated in no less than 15 ac-
tivities and passed the require-
ments necessary for admittance to
Sigma Delta Psi, national honor-
ary athletic fraternity.
In IM football Raymond
scored" three touchdowns and
passed for 12 more. His 16-
point per game average won him
a berth on the All--Star basket-
ball team, and an 11' 3" pole
After being selected intramural vault effort was good enough to
nd, Adrian, Michigan senior, re- claim first place honors in out-
d from Sports Editor Ted Papes. door track.
n. Raymond lost his foul shooting
- -title this year but will defend his
golf title today. In bowling he
averaged 165. He also took part
in volleyball, softball, handball,
paddleball, w a t e r p o 1 o, tennis,
Figers Ilose swimming, the Field house relays
and cross country.
- - Although he currently hails
lyn hits were for extra bases with from Adrian, Michigan, Raymond
Furillo contributing two doubles attended high school in Bryon,
Ohio, where he won 11 letters and
in addition to his game winning was nominated to several all-con-
h r. ference teams. He is at present a
senior in the literary college.

snip py seven strokes over the
runner-up Beta Theta Pi squad.
Defending titleholders Alpha
Delta Phi finished a distant third,
13 strokes off the pace, followed
by Phi Kappa Psi with a 354 total
and Alpha, Tau Omega which
wound up with 355 strokes.
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KEN WALTZ LED the Sig Eps
with a nine over par 81, one strokeI
less than teammate Ross Herron.I
Dave Space, Alast year's number,
two man in all-campus competi-
tion, carded an 83, while Larry
Gray completed the winning total
with a 93.
Individual fraternity honors
were captured by Delta Tau
Delta's Norm Goeckel, who
came through with a 78. Chuck
Johnston of Beta Theta Pi fin-
ished in second place, with an
Goeckel and Johnston will meet
today in a playoff with the 13
other highest scoring golfers. The
action, which gets under way at 1
p.m., will feature Dale Schuk-
kirecht of Tyler House, who led
after 18 holes with a score of 77,
and last year's champion, Bill
Raymond, who tallied an 82.
PROFESSIONAL fraternity play
saw power laden Phi Epsilon
Kappa score a 336, good enough
for a three-stroke win over Delta
Sigma Delta. Leo Hauser came in
with an amazing 75, two strokes
better than Keith LeClair's 77.
Ted Cisowski's 87 and Rod Gram-
beau's 97 rounded out the winners
scoring.
Michigan House captured the
residence hall title with a 401
tally. Russ Kendall paced the
victors to a seven-stroke win over

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Newman Club walked away with
independent laurels for the second
year in a row. They carded a 373,
66 strokes ahead of the Foresters,
which was the only other inde-
pendent team to compete.
WILLIAMS HOUSE captured its
ninth intramural title of the year
with a 3-0 horseshoe win over
Prescott.
Fraternity horseshoes move
into their final round tomorrow
with Delta Tau Delta, victor in
four straight matches, meeting
the winner of the Theta Xi-
Sigma Phi Epsilon semi-final
contest.
Jim Kinghorn's one-hit pitch-

HANK HUBER'S home run
the third inning was the sole M
safety.
Roger Williams opposes ti
Newman Club in the first pla
playoff finals today.
Sigma Phi Epsilon, defend
fraternity softball titans, and 4
Psi will tangle Thursday at 8
p.m. under the lights of Wi
Field, in the final of the first pl
playoffs.
For the Sig Eps, Bob Schm
12-inning shutout victor over .
Delta Theta, figures to toe the sia
Roy Nelson, 3-2 winer over
Sigma Delta in the semis,
probably be Chi Psi's pitch
choice.

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AIRROW W'HITE SIHBT

SECOND STRAIGHT YEAR-
athlete of the year, Bill Raymoj
ceives the Michigan Daily Awari
Earl Riskey, I-M director, looks o

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL:
Chisox Take First Place;

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By The Associated Press
CHICAGO-The Chicago White
Sox rode their twelfth straight
victory into first place in the
American League by defeating the
St. Louis Browns, 4-2, before 23,138
persons here last night.
Pitcher Saul Rogovin, making
his second start for Chicago, sur-
rendered just two hits, both sin-
gles, to earn his second victory as
the rampaging White Sox raced to
their 18th triumph in the past 20
games.
THE CHICAGO victory and New
York's 3-2 loss to the Red Sox in
Boston gave the White Sox a 24
percentage point hold on the
league lead.
The White Sox mixed three
hits, all singles, with a walk and
Jimmy Delsing's throwing 'error
for their first pair of runs in
the first inning. Eddie Robin.
son's hit powered the first run,
and Eddie Stewart scored the
other on Delsing's miscue.
St. Louis loaded the bases with
two walks and Rogovin's throwing
error in the fifth. Then Hank Arft
got across with a hitless run af-
ter Bob Young flied out.
* , *
INDIANS 9, TIGERS 0
DETROIT-Veteran Bob Feller
pitched his second straight shut-
out last night as the Cleveland
Indians battered the Detroit Tig-
ers, 9-0.
The Indians got 15 hits off three
Detroit pitchers and ended a four
game losing streak.
PAT MULLIN lined two doubles
off Feller, who had a 16-11 record
last year. But Mullin was strand-
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four hits were singles.
Feller almost lost his shutout
in the fourth inning when Luke
Easter, the big first baseman
who had been sidelined with a
knee injury until Sunday, pulled
a boner.
After making a putout at first
base Easter thought three outs
had been made and tossed the
ball to the ground. But before
Mullin could start home from
third Al Rosen ran over and grab-
bed .the ball.
EASTER made up for his men-
tal lapse his next time at bat with
a 390-foot blast into the lower
left center stands.
* * *
RED SOX 3, YANKS 2
BOSTON-Bobby Doerr's one-
on homer enabled Mel Parnell to
beat Allie Reynolds last night as
the Boston Red Sox gained their
eighth straight victory by topping
the champion New York Yankees,
3-2.
Both of the New York runs were
unearned. Yank rookie Tom Mc-
Dougald impressed the 31,902
crowd by bashing four consecutive
singles for the Yanks.
THE RED SOX were limited to
six hits, the last of which was a
single that extended Dom DiMag-
gio's hitting streak to 16 consecu-
tive games. DiMaggio, however,
was nailed when he tried to stretch
it into a double.
DODGERS 4, PHILS 3
PHILADELPHIA-Carl Furillo's
sixth home run of the season in
the ninth inning gave the Brook-
lyn Dodgers a 4-3 victory over the
slumping Philadelphia Phillies last
night.
' Ralph Branca was the win-
ning pitcher as the Phillies went
down to their fifth straight de-
feat.
The Dodgers made 10 hits off
Lefty Ken Heintzelman, including
Gil Hodges' 15th home run of
the season. Seven of the Brook-

BRAVES 4, GIANTS 1
NEW YORK-Bob Elliott hom-
ered after Willard Marshall lash-,
ed a one-on triple in the first inn-
ing last night to inspire the Bos-
ton Braves to a 4-1 victory over
the New York Giants.
The home forces' tally was
provided by rookie Willie Mays'
homer, his first major league
hit.
The most potent of the Tribes-
merg's seven hits snapped the
string of 21 consecutive scoreless
innings the Giants had woven
against the opposition, much to
the dismay of 23,101, the Polo
Grounds largest floodlighted gath-
ering to date.
* * *
CARDS 6, PIRATES 5
ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis
Cardinals took over second place
in the National League by defeat-
ing the Pittsburgh Pirates, 6-5,
last night with Red Schoendienst
driving in the winning run with
a single in the 10th inning.
Stan Musial hit a three-run
homer for the Cardinals, and
Ralph Kiner, George Metkovich
and pitcher Cliff Chambers hom-
ered for the Pirates.

Indianapolis Speedway To Start
Fastest Field in Race's History

Earl Riskey, IM director, who
picks the champ with the aid of
his staff, said that Jerry Rovner
and Tom Turner were also under
consideration when the selection
was made.

By The Associated Press
INDIANAPOLIS - The 33-car
field completed yesterday for the
500-mile Memorial "Day race to-
morrow is the fastest in Indian-
apolis motor speedway history.
It averaged 133.570 miles per
hour in the ten-mile qualification
runs. The 1950 field held the pre-
vious record, 131.045. The 1949
qualification average was 128.036.
Chet Miller, 48-year-old veteran
of 14 Memorial Day auto races, led
the qualifiers with an average of
135.798 miles per hour in a Novi
V-8. Only two drivers have ever

turned four laps of the speedway
at better speeds.
Robert K. (Blazin' Bobby) Ball
of Phoenix, Arizona had the sec-
ond-best speed of 134.098. Speed-
way oldtimers rank him as one of
the best prospects who ever drove
the 21/-mile track.
First Memorial Day starts also
were earned by Joe James of Van
Nuys, California, at 133.919 miles
per hour, Andy Linden of f~os
Angeles, California, with 132.227,
and Bill Mackey of Indianapolis
with an average speed of 131.224
miles per hour.

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New York 26 11
Boston 22 13
Detroit 17 17
Cleveland 16 19
Washington 15 19
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 4, St. Louis 2
Cleveland 9, Detroit 0
Boston 3, New York 2
Philadelphia at Washington, rain
* * *
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Detroit-Cain (1-1)
vs. emon (3-5)
(Only game scheduled)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 4, Philadelphia 3
Boston 4, New York 1
St. Louis 6, Pittsburgh 5
Chicago at Cincinnati, rain
TODAY'S GAMES
(No games scheduled)

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