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SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1952

TIt MICHIGAN DAILY

Purdue, Bucks
Upset 'M' Golfers
Boilermakers Slaughter Ohio State;
OSU Shades Wolverines, 19%-161/

Illinois Downs Michigan
In Track Duel74' 2-57
Champaign Squad's Balance Decides Tilt;
McEwen, Ross Break Meet Record in Mile

By DICK LEWIS
A string of golf successes ended
at five yesterday when Purdue and
Ohio State scored stunning upsets
over the Michigan links squad in
a quadrangular meet on the Uni-
versity course.
Coach' Sam Voinoff's fired-up
Boilermaker six-some easily set
back the Wolverines by a 25-11
count, while the Buckeyes came
from behind to eke out a 191/2-162
verdict over the Maize and Blue
on the last nine holes of the 36-
hole grind.
* * *
MICHIGAN'S only win in the
overcast, wind-swept competition
was a 27-9 trouncing of a weak
Northwestern entry. Purdue, in
turn, swept by OSU and the Wild-
cats. The Bucks also set down the
Evanston combine.
Veteran Wolverine swinger
Dick Evans led his teammates
with a 75-75-150, but he had to
relinquish medalist honors to
balding Purdue senior Dick Wi-
bel. The massive Boilermaker
star toured the course in a one-
over-par 72773-145. He carded
a 33 on his final nine holes.
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer's char-
ges, obviously off-form and erratic,
trailed the Riveters by nine points
after the morning's action and
never got back into the thick of
things.
* * *
CAPTAIN Dean Lind just could-
n't get started in the number one
singles position and came home
Newly appointed night edi-
tors on the Daily sports staff
are: Paul Greenberg, '54; Neil
Bernstein, '54; Ivan Kaye, '54;
Dick Lewis, '53; Bob Margolin,
'53; Ed Smith, '54 and Rod
Cook, '53.
with a 78-82-150 effort. This score
was easily beaten by Wibel and
Frank Cardi, the latter being the
Ohio medalist at 151.
The rest of the Michigan team,
with the exception of Evans and
Lowell LeClaire, took the cue
from its captain and blew sky-
high.
Lithe John Fraser, medalist in a
triumph over the same Ohio State
and Purdue squads three weeks
ago, could do no better. than an
86 in the first 18 and an 81 on the
second for a 167 total.
* * *
WARREN GAST, filling in for
regular number four performer
Russ Johnson, turned in a credit-
able 82-83-165 in his maiden out-
ing, but rotund Hugh Wright dis-
appointed with an 83-81-164 tally
sheet.
In the morning round, Le-
Claire chalked up four birdies
while going around in a par-72.
But LeClaire faded to a nine-
over-pat 81 after lunch and had

to take a back seat to oppon-
ents Bob Clouse and Norm Dun-
lap, both of whom fired 78s.
While Michigan was having its
worst day of the season, Purdue
was showing why Katzenmeyer,
and a host of other experts, rate
the Voinoff six as the team to beat
in the Western Conference Cham-
pionships on May 30-31.
Not one of the first five Boiler-
makers fired above 158. Wibel's
145 led the pack and was follow-
ed by freshman Bob Benning, who
took 155 strokes. Norm Dunlap
and 18-year-old freshman Don Al-
bert came next with 157 swings
each, while Jack Hesler rounded
out the sparkling showings with
a 158.

Special To The Daily
CHAMPAIGN - Illinois' track
squad put a damper on Michi-
gan's title dreams outdoors when
it downed the Wolverine contin-
gent, 741/-57/2, here in Memorial
Stadium yesterday afternoon.
For the second time in as many
meetings between the two teams
the Fighting Illini demonstrated
clearly that they are the class of
the league, despite the claims of
the Michigan crew.
ONCE AGAIN it was a case of
too much Illinois depth. Although
the firsts were about evenly split,
Illinois taking seven, Michigan six,
and one even, the Orange and Blue
cleaned up in the placings.
To add to Michigan's woes
the top performers bearing the
Maize and Blue colors didn't live
up to expectations.

Wolverine Netmen Top
Illini.for Third Straight

By DICK BUCK
Michigan's tennis contingent
continued on its winning way yes-
terday by subduing Illinois, 7-2,
on the Ferry Field courts in one
of the longest and coldest meets
of the year.
The victory provided the netters
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when the team of Ghise and Lane
gave the Spartans their only runs.
The splendid second sacker rifled
a ground single past shortstop
Bruce Haynam to provide cannon
fodder for Lane who slammed a
tremendous 460 foot homer to left-
center.
FIRST GAME

MICHIGAN AB R
Haynam, ss .... 5 0
Mogk, 1b .......3 3
Pavachevich, lb 0 0
Howell, cf ..... 4 3
Eaddy, 3b ...... 3 1
Lepley, If ...... 3 2
Sabuco, 2b ..... 4 0
Billings, rf ...... 4 1
Leach, c........3 0
a-Harrington .. 0 0
b-Cline......... 0 0
Peck, c ......... 0 0
Corbett, p«.....5 0
TOTALS .......34 101
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MICHIGAN ST. AR R
Zeitler, 3b ..... 1 0
Lawrie, 3b.......2 0
Ghlse, 2b....... 4 1
Bodary, b. 0 0
Lane, cf........4 1
Ciolek, lb ..... 4 0
Moser, if....... 4 0
Dilday, rf.......3 0
Matthews, rf ... 1 0
Rivich, ss....... 3 0
Turner, ss. 1 0
Edin, c.........3 0
Carlson, p......1 0
LaPointe, p .... 1 0
Dang, p'........ 0
c-Risch ........ 0 0
TOTALS.......33 2
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with their third straight confer-
ence triumph since the setback
they received at the hands of In-
diana in the conference opener.
MICHIGAN TOOK four of the
six singles events and then cinch-
ed the victory by sweeping all
three doubles matches.
In the number one singles slot,
g4l Mann ,showing his usual
"easy" form, had little trouble
in downing Bob Bennorth, cap-
tain of the Illini squad. With the
games tied at 3-3 in the first set,
Mann caught fire and took the
next three to win the set, 6-3. He
took an early lead in the second
set and finished on top with a
similar total, 6-3.
Jay Webb, playing in the num-
ber five slot, was the only other
Wolverine to take his match in
two sets. Webb registered 7-5 and
6-1 wins over Illinois' Bud Staf-
ford.
* s
STEVE BROMBERG had to
fight from behind to defeat Bob
Hoffman of Illinois in the number
two match. Bromberg dropped the
first set 6-1 and trailed in the sec-
ond 4-3, but came back strong to
claim it, 6-4. Hoffman cracked in
the finale, enabling Bromberg to
take an easy 6-1 clincher.
Getting his first crack at
singles competition this season,
junior Bob Curhan came through
in the number six slot by beat-
ing Bill Dankert, 4-6, 6-4, 7-5,
to provide the fourth singles win.
Big Mike Schwartz fell victim
to the racquet of Illinois' Fred
Most as he dropped the first set,
2-6, came back in the second, 6-3,
but slumped in the third for a 3-6
loss.
* * *
IN MUCH the same way Gene
Barrack suffered defeat at the
hands of Alan (Scot) Farmer in
the No. 4 match, 2-6, 6-2, 1-6.

John Ross finished third in the
half mile, Jack Carroll was bested
by Cirilo McSween in the 440, and
Van Bruner and Wally Atchison
were blanked in the low hurdles.
CAPTAIN Don McEwen and
Fritz Nilsson kept Michigan in
contention with double wins. Mc,
Ewen tied with Ross in winning
the mile event in 4:17.1.
The Flying Canadian also
notched another win in the two
mile event, turning in a 9:13.5
time. He was followed across
the finish line by teammate Bill
Hickman.
Nilsson rang up wins in the
shotput and discuss events, with
54 feet 2 inch and 154 feet 9
inch performances, respectively.
Tom Johnson was Michigan's only
placer in either event, finishing
third in the shot with a 48 foot
production.
HORACE COLEMAN contributed
another Michigan first in the
broad jump with a 21 foot 9%/ inch
leap. Teammate Milt Mead tied
Illinois' Ron Mitchell in the high
jump at the 6 feet 5% inch mark.
Illinois' crack mile relay team
wasn't crack enough to cope with
the Wolverine quartet of Al Ran-
kin, Bill Konrad, Dan Hickman
and Carroll, who carded the final
Wolverine first.
William Williams of Illinois was
the third double winner of the
day. Spry Willie captured top
honors in both the 100 yard and
the 220 yard dashes. His times-
9.8 and 22.1, respectively.
Joel McNulty of Illinois won
both hurdle events, taking the 120
highs in the good time of 14.2 and
the 220 lows in 23.2. Van Bruner
and Wally Atchison ran two-three
in the highs, but neither placed in
the lows.
* * *
MILE RUN--1. Ross and McEwen,
Michigan (tie); 3. Lamb, Illinois. 4:17.1
(Breaks old meet record set by Michi-
gan's Bill Howell in 1933)
100-YARD DASH-1. Williams, Ii-
nois; 2. Corley, Illinois; 3. Konrad,
Michigan. 9.8
120 YARD HIGH HURDLES-1. Mc-
Nulty, Illinois; 2. van Bruner, Michi-
gan; 3. Atchison, Michigan. 14.2
880 YARD RUN-1. Cryer, Illinois;
2. Siders, Illinois; 3. Ross, Michigan,
1:52.3
220 YARD DASH-1. Williams, Illi-
nois; 2. McSween, Illinois; 3. Konrad,
Michigan. 22.1
TWO MILE RUN-1. McEwen, Michi-
gan; 2. W. Hickman, Michigan; 3.
Trimble, Illinois. 9:13.5
220 YARD LOW HURDLES-1. Mc-
Nulty, Illinois; 2. Corley, Illinois; 3.
Thompson, Illinois. 23.2
MILE RELAY-I. Michigan (D. Hick-
man, Konrad, Carroll, Rankin); 2.
Illinois.
SHOT-1. Nilsson, Michigan; 2. Ber-
shet, Illinois;3. Johnson, Michigan.
53 feet 2 inches.
BROAD JUMP-1. H. Coleman, Mi-
chigan; 2. R. Coleman, Illinois; 3.
Hiller, Illinois. 21 feet 8 5 /8 inches.
DISCUSS-1. Nilsson, Michigan; 2.
Twardock, Illinois; 3. Bershet, Illi-
nois. 154 feet 9 inches
POLE VAULT-. Calish, Illinois; 2.
Coleman and Foster, Illinois. 13 feet.
HIGH JUMP-1. Mitchell, Illinois
and Mead, Michigan (tie); 3. Wham
and Floyd, Illinois, Liverance and Ev-
ans, Michigan., 6 feet 5 5/8 inches
440 YARD RUN-1. McSween, Illi-
nois; 2. Carroll, Michigan; 3. Hickman,
Michigan. 48.1

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Spartans Lead
SallingMeet
Special To The Daily
The Michigan State Sailing
Club led the field of the Mid-West
Championships Eliminations Re-
gatta as the first day's racing
ended at Lake Lansing yesterday.
The Spartan crews picked up 66
points to. pace the eight team
meet. Wayne was second with 58
markers as Toledo, Notre Dame,
Oberlin, Michigan, Bowling Green
and University of Detroit finished
in that order.
THE TOP THREE teams of the
regatta will be eligible to compete
in the Mid-West Championship
Regatta to be held next weekend
at Whitmore Lake. Today the
blubs finish the scheduled 16 race
competition at Lansing. Only nine
races were held yesterday.
Michigan skippers Ray Hoch
and Bob Allen garnered 45 points
in their bid for one of the top po-
sitions. The Wolverine sailors were
disqualified in three races due to
bumping fouls.
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MICHIGAN AB
Haynam, ss ..... 3
Mogk, lb ...... 3
Howell, cf ..... 2
Eaddy, 3b ...... 2
a-Cline ........ 0
Lepley, If ...... 3
Sabuco, Sb ..... 3
Billings, rf .....,3
Leach, c........ 2
Wisniewski, p .. 2
TOTALS.......23
a-ran for Eaddy in
MICHIGAN ST. AB
Moser, lb....... 4
Ghise, 2b ...3
Lane, if ........ 4
Rivich, ss ...... 4
Risch, cf........3
Didlay, rf.......3
Lawrie, 3b ..... 3
Edin, c......... 3
Lawson, p ..... 2
TOTALS .......29

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