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t, MAY 25, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE

. . .

Linksters Defeat'
Spartans, 16-2
Rain Stops Match after 18 Ioles;
Johnson Sparks Wolverine Attack

'M' Tracksters Triumph
In Meet at Northwestern
McEwen Suffers Initial College Setback;
Nilsson's Dual Win Sparks Field Sweep

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Major League Standings

NATIONAL LEAG
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Brooklyn.......... 23
New York ........ 23

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Chicago........... 18 15
Cincinnati........ 17 15
Philadelphia...... 14 17
St. Louis......... 15 19

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Cleveland......... 23
Washington ..... 18
Boston ........... 19
New York ........ 16
St. Louis ......... 17

AMERICAN LEAGUE

WI Pct.
12 .657
13 .581
14 .576

GB
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SENIORS!
We have
ENGRAVED Graduation
Announcements
Printed in black
with the official MICHIGAN

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By DICK LEWIS
Coach Ben Van Alstyne and
his Michigan State golfers got a
break from the Ann Arbor
weatherman yesterday.
A steady afternoon downpour
halted the Spartan - Wolverine
links clash after 18 holes of water-
logged golf, just in time for the
East Lansing sextet. Michigan
had to settle for a lop-sided 16-2
triumph over the visitors.
LITTLE Russ Johnson, a Rock-
ford, ill., sophomore, sparked the
winners' attack against an MSC
squad which had only two weeks
N ago bowed stubbornly to the
Maize and Blue by a 16-11 mar-
gin.
Back in action after missing
the Albion College meet, John-
son slopped across the front nine
in two-over, and came back on
the next nine to record a par-
36. This gave the diminutive
Wolverine swinger a 74 for the
18 holes, and also handed him a
decisive 3-0 win over Spartan
Bill Albright, who went around
in 84.
Johnson's first medalist per-
formance of the season was
achievde by means of two birdies,
four bogeys and twelve pars
in a match - long rainfall which
drenched all the players. He bog-
eyed the 335-yard fourth hole,
and came back to do the same on
the 520-yard tenth.
ANOTHER BIG factor in Mich-
igan's ninth victory in 14 outings
was the steady play of Captain
Dean Lind. Shooting in the num-
ber three position, Lind offset a
five-over-par 41 on the first nine
by firing a sparkling one-over on
he final nine.
The Maize and Blue veteran
just missed a deuce on the par-
four fifteenth, and then birdied
the 330-yard test with an ac-
curate nine-iron shot.
Two holes later, on the par-
three seventeenth, Lind garnered
another birdie--only this one just
missed being a hole-in-one.
LIND'S 78 swept three tallies
from Detroit senior Carl Mosack,
who took 82 swings for the losers.
Shaker Heights senior Dick
Evans toured the course in a,
four-over 76, but had to con-
cede % point to Michigan State
captain Jack Zinn.
Evans came home with a 39 on
the front nine, two strokes worse
than his number one opposition.
But the ex-Michigan captain
whacked the ball only 37 times
on the next nine holes, while Zinn
soared to an eight-over 44 and
dropped the other two scores.
* s s

By DAVE LIVINGSTON
Special To The Daily
EVANSTON - Michigan track-
sters whipped a surprisingly strong
Iowa team, 85% to 62%/, here at
Dyche Stadium yesterday in a
thrill packed triangular meet.
Northwestern finished a distant
third with 13 points.
A FEW OF Coach Don Can-
ham's more unheralded Wolver-
ines came through with flying col-
ors to cement the close victory as
several of the established Maize
and Blue stars failed to perform
up to par.
Iowa's Rich Ferguson scored a
stunning upset when he dealt
Wolverine Captain Don McEwen
the first two mile defeat of his
college career. Running off a
very slow 4:42 at the mile mark,
Ferguson, a Canadian like Mc-
Ewen, turned on a powerful
kick at the finish to edge the
Baseball-----
(Continued from Page1)
first game but he came on in
relief of southpaw Mary Wis-
niewski with two out in the
tenth inning of the nightcap.
There were men on second and
third and two outs, with the score
knotted when Corbett got Badger
Tom Cooper to pop up and Michi-
gan went on to win. Paul Lepley
led off the eleventth with a base
on balls and then reserve out-
fielder Paul Fancher came through
with a base hit to right-center.
* 4. *
LEPLEY went to third on the
hit but Fancher was out at sec-
ond attempting to stretch it to a
double. Gil Sabuco then scored

-Daily-Larry Wilk
RUSS JOHNSON
* . sparks swingers
glasses often enough to turn in a
creditable 78 scorecard. LeClaire
went out in 40 and came back in
38 to defeat Spartan number two
performer Chuck Davenport by
three strokes, and also sweep
three scores. ,
Michigan State managed to
gain a single marker in the
number six position while suc-
cumbing for its fifth time in
nine dual meets.
Doug Hill notched MSC's sec-
ond counter of the day by taking
a one-point, 40-41 verdict from
bulky Hugh Wright on the back
nine.
* * *
WRIGHT, Michigan's sixth
singles star, came out on top of
Hill for the 18 by a 83-89 margin.
Hill messed up the first nine
greens with a 13-over 49.
Philadelphian John Fraser
added three more points to the
victors' total with an easy win
in the fifth spot. Fraser stroked
a 39-40-79 to whip Spartan Hal
Ware by eleven swings. The
lanky Michigan redhead birdied
the par-5 ninth and the par-3
seventeenth.
FINAL BIG TEN
BASEBALL STANDINGS

Wolverine by five yards in an
excellent 9:08.9.,
Freshman Geoff Dooley won his
first college varsity race when he
nipped Iowa's middle-distance ace
Ted Wheeler by a step in the half
mile.
* * *
DOOLEY'S terrific 1:54.7 clock-
ing cracked the Michigan fresh-
man record of 1:55.8 set last year
by John Ross.
Sophomore pole vaulter Roger
Maugh cleared 13 feet for the
best effort of his career to take
that event for the Wolverines.
* * *
IN THE MILE the Hawkeye's
Wheeler passed pace setting John
Ross on the last turn to beat the
Michigan sophomore in the slow
time of 4:17.
Iowa grabbed another first
in the 440-yard dash when Gary
Scott shook loose Wolverine Jack
Carroll to win by a couple of
steps in 49.1.
Van Bruner was the only Mich-
igan winner besides Dooley in the
track events, beating teammate
Wally Atchison in the high hur-
dles with a 14.6 clocking.
THE WOLVERINE field event
men saved the day for Michigan,
sweeping the top spot in every
event.
They were led by weight'man
Fritz Nilsson, who turned in his
usual superlative performance
becoming the meet's only double
winner. The giant Swede hurled
the shot 53 feet, one inch, and
followed with a discus toss of
168 feet, three inches.
Milt Mead leaped six feet, two
inches to take the high jump,
while Horace Coleman won the
broad jump with a leap of 22 feet,
11 inches.
* * *
In the closest race of the day,
Ira Murchison of Iowa edged Wol-
verine Bill Konrad by inches in
the 220-yard dash. Murchison, one
of the favorites in the forthcom-
ing Big Ten meet, won in 22.3.
* * *
SUMMARIES
ONE-MILE RUN: 1-wheeler (); 2-
Ross (M); 3-Moule (M); 4-Fudge (I).
Time-4:17.
440-YARD DASH: 1-Scott (I); 2-.
Carroll (M); 3-Ebert (I); 4-Boylan
(1). Time :49.1.
100-YARD DASH: 1-Golliday (NU);
2-Murchison (I); 3-Dietz (I); 4-Kon-
rad (M). Time :22.6.
120-YARD HIGH HURDLES: 1-
Bruner (M); 2-Atchison (M); 3-Fow-
ler (I); 4-Berry (M). Time :14.6.
880-YARD RUN: 1-Dooley (M); 2-
Wheeler (I); 3-Gordon (M); 4-Ross
(M). Time 1:54.7.
220-YARD DASH: 1-Murchison (I);
2-KONRAD (M); 3-Ebert (I); 4-
Sykes (I). Time :22.3.
TWO-MILE RUN: 1-Ferguson (I)
2-McEwen (M); 3-Hickman (M); 4-
Morch (I). Time 9:08.9.
220-YARD LOW HURDLES: 1-Dietz
(I); 2-Bruner (M); 3-Atchison (M);
4-Love (M). Time :24.9.
ONE MILE RELAY: 1-Iowa (Boylan,
Levinson, Ebert, Scott); 2-Michigan;
3-Northwestern. Time 3:17.9...... ...
POLE VAULT: 1-Maugh (M); 2-
Ehrhart (NU) and Gillespie (M) (tie);
4-Montagano (M). 13 feet.
HIGH JUMP: 1-Mead (M); 2-Evans
(M); 3-Liverance (M); 4-Kurtz (NU)
and Dreibelbis (I) (tie). 6 feet, two
inches.
SHOT PUT: 1-Nilsson (M); 2-John-
son (M); 3-Hall (I); 4-Pella (M). 53
feet, one inch.
DISCUS: 1-Nilsson (M); 2-Gardner
(I); 3-Eckhoff (I); 4-Pella (M). 168
feet, three inches.
BROAD JUMP: 1-Coleman (M); 2-
Kurtz (NU); 3-Levinson (I); 4-Perry
(M). 22 feet, 11 inches.

Boston............12
Pittsburgh........6
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Chicago .......... 14 18
Philadelphia ...... 11 16
Detroit............ 9 21
* * *

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 5, Cincinnati 11
Chicago 7, Pittsburgh 5
Boston 4, New York 5
B aklv 5_ Philadl hia 0

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 2, Boston 5
Cleveland 5, St. Louis 3
Detroit at Chicago (rain)

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FIRST GAME:
MICHIGAN
Haynanm, ss
Mogk, lb-2b
Howell, ef
Fancher, of
Eaddy, 3b
Lepley, if
Billings, rf
Sabuco, 2b
Pavachevich, lb
Leach, c
Corbett, p
Yirkosky, p
TOTALS,
WISCONSIN
Hash, 3b
Temp, lb
Kuenn, ss
Wolf, cI
Baumgarten, If
Cooper, c
Vergetis, rf
Pavlik, 2b
Suter, p
TOTALS,
MICHIGAN
WISCONSIN

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4 0 0 1 0 3
3 0 1 1 0 0
2 0 0 2 1 0
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3 0 0 1 1 0
30 0 5 24 8 4

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BESPECTACLED Lowell
Claire wiped the dew from

Le-
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Michigan Netmen Defeat
OhioState- Handily, 6-2

* * *
SECOND GAME:
MICHIGAN AB R H PO A L"
Haynam, ss 4 1 1 1 4 1'
Mogk, lb 3 0 1 14 1 0
Howell, cr 5 1 1 2 0 0
Eaddy, 3b 5 0 1 1 2 0
Lepley, if 4 2 1 0 0 0
Harrington, rf 0 0 0 0 0 1
Billings, rf 4 0 0 3 0 0
a-Cline 0 0 0 0 0 0
Fancher, rf 1 0 1 0 0 0
Sabuco, 2b 5 0 0 4 2 0
Leach, c 5 0 0 7 0 0
Wisniewski, p 4 2 2 1 3 0
Corbett, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
TOTALS, 40 6 8 33 12 2

Special To The Daily
COLUMBUS - Despite v e r y
strong winds and slippery courts,
the Michigan tennis team waltzed
to its fourth conference victory
yesterday by easily beating Ohio
State, 6-2, at Columbus.
The match took four hours to
be completed and saw the third
doubles match cancelled because
of rain and darkness. The Wolver-
ines won four out of the six singles
matches and both of the doubles.
JIM STEPHENS had the least
difficulty of the Michigan netmen
as he handily beat the Buckeye's
number six man, Jim Slager, by
identical scores of 6-1, 6-1.
Al Mann and Gene Barrack
won their matches in two sets
also. Mann beat his opponent in
the number one spot, 'Richard
Slager, 6-2, 6-4. Slager is co-
captain of the Buckeye's net
team and is in his third year of
Medical School.
In the number four slot Bar-
rack had little trouble in dispos-
ing of his adversary, Keith Han-
lon, by scores of 6-3, 6-2. Jay
Webb, in fifth position, fought
hard to overcome the other Ohio
State co-captain, Jerry Schiff, in
three sets, 8-6, 6-8, 9-7.
THE TWO Michigan defeats
were in the second and sixth sing-
les positions. In the second spot
co-captain Mike Schwartz was
beaten in two straight sets by the
Buckeye's second man, Gill Miller,
6-3, 6-1.
* Jim Holtz, playing number six
since the Michigan lineup was
switched after Steve Bromberg's

THE BUCKEYE combination of
Richard Slager and Schiff came
back in the next set and edged
out an 8-6 victory. But the Mich-
igan doubles team came back and
won the third set with little diffi-
culty, 6-3.
In the second doubles, Coach
Bill Murphy started an untest-
ed freshman, Bob Paley. This
was Paley's first varsity match
and he played well to prove
Murphy's confidence in him.
He teamed up with Stephens to
defeat the Ohio State twosome of
Miller and Herb Jones, 3-6, 6-4,
6-1. The final doubles match
was called after the Wolverine
combination of Barrack and Holtz
was leading Jim Slager and Whit-
tacker, 2-0, in the first set.
This was the final dual match
for Michigan and Ohio State. Both
teams will travel' to Evanston,
Illinois, next weekend to partici-
pate in the Big Ten Finals, May
29-31.

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Temp, lb
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TOTALS,
MICHIGAN
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