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TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1952 PAGE THREE

Cleveland Beats Boston 4-2,
With Three Tallies In Tenth
Giants Defeat Cubs for Seventh Straight
Dodgers Trim Pirates 5-1; Pafko Homers

wolverine

Golfers Meet MSC Today

* * *

Linksters Seek Fourth Win
In Western Conference Play

By The Associated Press
INDIANS 4, RED SOX 2
BOSTON-Bobby Avila's homer
was followed immediately by a
pair of triples and a single as the
Cleveland Indians staged a three-
run uprising in the 10th inning
yesterday to defeat the Boston
Red Sox, 4-2, and move to within
a game of the American League's
top place.
While sweeping the two-game
series with the front-running Red
Sox, the Indians pulled into a 1-1
tie against lefty Mel Parnell in
the eighth inning .
* * *
KINDER HAD two out and the
bases empty in the 10th when
Avila belted into the left field
screen. Then Al Rosen lashed a
three-bagger off the center field
wall and Ellis Kinder replaced
Parnell. Ray Boone connected for
a triple into right-center to score
Rosen and then romped home as
Dale Mitchell beat out an infield
dribbler for a single.
The Red Sox made an impres-
sive bid in their side of the 10th.
With one down, pinch-hitter Clyde
Vollmer homered over the left
field screen and Dom DiMaggio
doubledhigh off the left-center
wall. But then Early Wynn, who
had relieved starter Bob Lemon in
the eighth, struck out Don Len-
hardt and Walt Dropo to wind up
the game.
* * *
GIANTS 3, CUBS 2
CHICAGO-Wes Westrum slam-
med a two-run homer and Bobby
Thomson tripled across the decid-
ing marker to wreck a four-hitter
by lefty Paul Minner and give the
rampaging New York Giants a 3-2
victory over the Chicago Cubs for
their seventh straight win.
In overcoming a 2-0 deficit for
their eleventh decision in twelve
starts, the Giants got a brilliant
relief job from lefty Monte Ken-
nedy, who made his first appear-
ance of the season with the bases
loaded in the third and allowed
only one hit in the last six and
one third innings.
The lone Cub hit off Kennedy
was Leon Brinkopf's leadoff single
in the fourth.
DODGERS 5, PIRATES 1
PITTSBURGH - Andy Pafko

held to his furious home run pace
by sending a 400-foot line drive
over left field fence in the fifth
inning to help the Brooklyn Dodg-
ers to a 5-1 victory over the Pitts-
burgh Pirates yesterday.
The home run was Pafko's sev-
enth of the season and maintain-
ed hitn as the top circuit clouter
in the National League.
RALPH BRANCA hung up his
second victory against one loss as
he held the Pirates to four hits
and fanned seven batters. Bob
Friend, who started for the Bucs,
lost his fourth game of the season
against one victory. Rain halted
the game after eight innings.
Pee-Wee Reese started the Dod-
ger scoring with a triple in the
second inning, sending home Gil
Hodgese who had walked.
The Pirates scored their only
run in the last inning.
Jackie Robinson injured his
right thigh sliding into second
base in the seventh. The Dodgers'
trainer said he thought Jackie
will be able to play today in Cin-
cinnati.
* , ,*
SENATORS 13, BROWNS 1
WASHINGTON - Players ob-
tained by Washington in recent
trades continued to sparkle last
night as the Senators mauled the
St. Louis Browns, 13 to 1.
Frank Shea, from the Yankees,
permitted only four hits before
retiring in the eighth inning with
a cramped finger. Archie Wilson,
another former Yankee, led the
Senators' 15 hit attack with a
double and two singles and batted
in five runs.
* * * -
ARCHIE WILSON and Jackie
Jensen, also from the Yankees,
and Jim Busby, from the Chicago
White Sox, continued to shine.
Wilson got a double and two sin-
gles and batted in five runs. Jen-
sen slammed a double and single,
while Busby got two singles.
The Senators routed Ned Garver
with seven runs in the first two
innings to deal him a second loss.
He had won two. Washington con-
tinued its assault on Cliff Fannin
to win its fourth straight game
while dealing the Browns a fifth
successive defeat.

Gomberg House Takes Title
In Residence Hall Link Play
Newman Club, Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Gains
Also Cop Crowns in All-Campus Tourney

-Daily-Jim Parker
DICK EVANS
... tied course record
Badger iNine
Ties with '11<1
For Top Slot
Wisconsin swept a three game
series from Northwestern last
weekend to pass the front run-
ning Wildcats and move into a
first place tie with Michigan in
the Big Ten baseball race.
Meanwhile, Illinois established
itself as a contender for top hon-
ors as it stepped over the door-
mats of the Western Conference.
Purdue and Indiana.
THE ILLINI outslugged Purdue
Friday, 11-7, and then swept two
from the Hoosiers Saturday, 7-0
and 4-2. Clive Follmer, victim of
a three-hit shutout by Michigan
State's Roger Howard the previous
week, broke into the win column
as he whiffed 10 Hoosiers and
gave up six hits in pitching score-
less ball for the Illini.
Despite its first loss of the Big
Ten campaign, Michigan re-
tained its grip on first place by
stopping Iowa, 10-3, and then
splitting a twin bill with Minne-
sota. Big development of the
three game road trip was the
continued good pitching of Dick
Yirkosky, Jack Corbett and
Mary Wisniewski.
Michigan State moved into a
four-way tie for fourth place with
Minesota, Ohio State and North-
western when it tripped the Goph-
ers, 7-5, Friday and then split
with Iowa on Saturday. The Buck-
eyes also took two games out of
three, stopping Indiana Friday and
then splitting with Purdue Sat-
urday.

By DICK LEWIS
Fresh from a satisfying ten-
point triumph over Illinois last
Saturday, the Wolverine linksmen
take on Michigah State today in a
86-hole test at the Walnut Hills
Country Club in East Lansing.
And it will be the same start-
ing combination for Coach Bert
Katzenmeyer that has chalked up
four successive wins, three of them
coming over Big Ten opposition.
KATZENMEYER'S kiddies re-
turned from the Champaign ven-
ture with 63 holes under their.
belts, and a good idea what they'll
have to do over the same course
come the conference champion-
ships on May 30-31.
Lean senior Dick Evans con-
tinued his sparkling golf by
carding a one-under-par 71 in
the morning round, to equal the
Illini course record. That was
the Shaker Heights slasher's
second 71 in his last 54 holes in
competition.
Captain Dean Lind turned in his
usual steady scorecard in the num-
ber one position, shooting a 72-
47-146 for the medalist laurels in
near-90 degree heat.
* * *
THREE HUNDRED yard drives
were not uncommon on the dry,
bouncy Champaign fairways. No
rain in two weeks cracked the turf
and made the greens unusually
fast.
Sophomore R u s s Johnson
toured the 36 holes without a
mishap, only to catch his left
hand in a car door after the
match. The plucky Rockford,
Ill., competitior is suffering from
blood blisters on his middle left

finger, but he will see action
against the Spartans today.
This won't be the case next Sat-
urday, when Michigan engages
Ohio-State, Purdue and Northwes-
tern in a quadrangular meet at
Ann Arbor. On that day, Johnson
will be best man at his sister's
wedding in Rockford.
PHILADELPHIAN John Fraser1
and stocky Hugh Wright were just
about the only Wolverines who
were dissatisfied wit htheir show-
ings.
Fraser, medalist in the trian-
gular meet with Ohio State and
Purdue, shot a 76-81 against Il-
linois. He found it particularly
tough on the greens, where he
took 38 putts in the afternoon
round.
"Ebba" Wright, medalist in an
intra-squad match ten days ago,
had equally rough going. The Bat-
tle Creek junior stroked a 76 and
an 83 to suffer the onl blanking
on the Maize and Blue six.
* * *
MICHIGAN STATE, sixth in the
Big Ten championships last sea-
son, shapes up more or less as an
unknown quantity.
Coach Ben Van Alstyne, now
in his twenty-first year, lost four
lettermen from the 1951 Spar-
tan six-some.
Only Royal Oak captain Jack
Zinn and Detroit senior Carl Mo-
sack remain from a unit that
dropped two decisions to Michigan
in 1951. The Spartans bowed, 241-
111/, at East Lansing, and took it
on the chin by a 29/-61/2 count
at Ann Arbor.
Dave Mancour, basketballer De-
Neal Hartman, Doug Hill and
Chuck Davenport round out an
MSC combine which topped De-
troit last weekend, 181-8:. Mich-
igan conquered the Titans by a
19-8 margin two weeks ago.
The play will commence at 8
this morning with 18 holes of
match play, and concludes in the
afternoon with 18 more holes of
medal action.

--Daily-Jim Parker
DEAN LIND
. . steady captain

Maxim Agrees
To Title .bout
With Robinson'
NEW YORK-(P)--Middleweight
champ Sugar Ray Robinson and
light heavyweight champ Joey
Maxim finally were matched yes-
terday in a 15-round fight for
Maxim's title Monday, June 23, at
Yankee Stadium.
After months of hemming and
hawing over terms while Robin-
son's resistance to the bout was
being worn down, the attractive
match of two champs was an-
nounced by Jim Norris, President
of the International Boxing Club.
Norris also revealed there was a
return bout clause, calling for an-
other fight within 90 days if Rob-
inson won the title.
The actual contract signing will
take place today or Wednesday
when Bob Christenberry, Chair-
man of the New York State Ath-
letic Commission, returns from a
trip to Memphis.
Norris estimated the first big
bout of the New York summer
schedule will draw "from $500,000
up" and Managers Jack Kearns
(Maxim) and George Gainford
(Robinson) smilingly predicted "it
will do a million."

Gomberg House, the Newman
Club, Nu Sigma Nu and Phi Gam-
ma Delta walked off with the hon-
ors in the all-campus golf tourna-
ment held last Saturday.
Carding a blazing 332, Nu Sigma
Nu took the professional frater-
nity title as five of ids linksters
turned in the lowest combined
score of the whole contest.
* * *
BILL TELFER, Bill Cutler, Glen
Carpenter and James Corfield shot
an 81, 82, 83, and 86 each for the
Medical Men.
The residence hall champion-
ships were won by Gomberg
House as its contingent compil-
ed a 371 total. Shooting for the
South Quadders were Blair
Munns, Jerry Anderson, Frank
Cesarano and Gordon Keyser.
Their scores were 82, 87, 99, and
103.
Phi Gamma Delta took the so-
cial fraternity links crown with a
final tally of 335. Golfers Tom
Shannnon, Gordon Hyde, John
Baity and Dick Howell scored with
81, 84, 87'and 83 marks respective-
ly to finish with the second best
total of the entire meet.
THE NEWMAN CLUB'S 361 was
good enough to win the Indepen-
dent division laurels, as linksters
Don Martell, John Fushman, Tony
Steimic and Don Peterson carded
scores of 85, 90, 90, and 96.
Greene House became Dormi-
tory League Paddle Ball cham-
pions by virtue of an impressive
victory over Gomberg House in
the final match held yesterday.
Bill Rieger, competing for the
East Quad, garnered the title by
beating Don Fragnoli 25-1 and
25-2.

Other Nitramural results were:
SOFTBALL
Hinsdale 9, Winchell 0
Anderson 9, Taylor 9
Allen Rumsey 22, Wenley S
Hayden 25, Lloyd 7
Cooley 21, Scott 1
Van Tyne 10, Greene S
Gomberg 10, Kelsey 8
Kappa Sigma 29, Sigma Nn 4
HORSESHOES
\Theta Chi 3, Chi Psi 0
Alpha Sigma Phi 2, Beta Theta Pi1
Michigan Christian Foundation .~,
Roger Williams 1
Hawaiians 3, Wesleyan 0
Delta Tau Delta 3, Alpha Epsilon
Pi 0
Pi Lambda Phi 2, Phi Delta Theta t
* * *
TENNIS
Ph iDelta Epsilon 5, Phi Epsilon
Kappa 0
Phi Delta Phi 3, Delta Sigma Delta 0

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Cleveland 4, Boston 2
Washington 13, St. Louis 1
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland atNew York (night)
Gormek (1-0) vs. Reynolds (1-2)
Chicago at Boston (night) --
Dobson (3-1) vs. Nixon (0-0)
St. Louis at Philadelphia
(night)-Pillette (2-1) vs. Hoop-
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Detroit at Washington (night)
Houtteman (2-2) vs. Marrero
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 5, Pittsburgh 1
New York 3, Chicago 2
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at St. Louis (night)
--Lanier (0-1) vs. Preski (0-1)
Brooklyn at Cincinnati (night).
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Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
(night) - Roberts (3-1) vs.
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Boston at Chicago-Bickford
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