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SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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KOEPCKE LEADS SQUAD:
Badgers Top Contenders for Golf Title

Cindermen ' M' Nine Records

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Annex Two B
Meet Titles 1s tBi

Ten

Win

(First in a series)
By JACK HORWITZ
Led by Western Conference in-
dividual champion, Doug Koepcke,
Wisconsin's powerful golf squad is
making a strong bid for the Big
Ten championship.
Three returning lettermen, a
confident coach, and the Badgers'
own course on which to play for
the title make their hopes even
higher.
THE RETURN of Koepcke, BobI
Bruce, and Phil Schoenbeck will
make it possible for Coach Jim
Jamieson, starting his second year

for the Badgers,, to build a team
with a strong nucleus.
Koepcke, individual title win-
ner last year, defeated Michi-
gan's Russ Johnson byone
stroke for the crown. Bruce,
who finished eighth, will un-
doubtedly play in the number
two position.-
The Badgers, who finished the
'52 season with a 7-5-3 record,
wound up third in the Big Ten
meet. This year they will be play-
ing on their own course, Maple
Bluff Club, so they will have the
advantage of knowing the course.
* * *
KOEPCKE, captain of this year's

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team, was awarded letters in both
1951 and 1952. He is a long driv-
ing golfer and has become an ac-
curate and consistent linksman.
Winner of the Chicago Junior
District title and the Bunker Hill
Tourney in Dubuque, Iowa, he is
expected to make a real fight to
retain last year's laurels.
Koepcke and Bruce, both of
whom played at MadisonnWest
high school, have been on the
tournament trail for several years:
They have played in amateur
tourneys all over the country in-
cluding the Western Junior here
in Michigan where they walked
off with the team traveling trophy.
In the Junior Chamber of Com-
merce meet at Sheboygen in 1949,
Koepcke fired a 63, the .lowest
round of his career.
Wisconsin goes to Illinois to-
morrow then returns to Madison
to meet Marquette Monday.
Wisconsin, picked by many as
the team to beat in this year's bat-
tle for the title, has a fine team.
This season the Badgers are ex-
pected to be in the fight for the
championship.
GOLFERGS
Have fun at the
Partridge Practice Range
We furn ish clubs and balls
--2/ miles out Washte-
naw - right on U.S. 23
for 1 mile.

Special to The Daily
Michigan's trackmen garnered
five gold wrist watches as a result
of their stunning performance in'
the first day's running of the fif-
ty-ninth annual Penn Relays yes-,
terday at Franklin Field, Phila-
delphia before 12,000 spectators.
Fritz Nilsson, defending titlist in
the discus event, set a new Penn
Relays mark of 174 feet-3% inch-
es. This throw which bettered the
old record by four feet was Nils-
son's best effort of his career.
* * *
WOLVERINE Roy Pella also
placed in the discus, winning
fourth place with a throw of 155
feet-9 inches, which was his second
best effort in his lifetime.
The distance medley relay
team composed of George Lynch,
Jack Carroll, John Moule, and
John Ross beat favored Villa-
nova in what was easily the most
exciting race of the day with a
time of 10:13:3.
With Lynch building up a lead
of 3 yards in the first half mile,
Carroll increased this to twenty
yards in his running of the next
quarter mile. Moule then took up
the baton to run the three quarter
mile but soon fell back ten yards.
WHEN ROSS received the ba-
ton, Michigan was in second place
thirty yards behind leader, Penn
State. However at the half mile!
mark of his mile, Ross put on a
terrific burst of speed to go ahead
and win the event by a scant four
yards. Villanova, Army, and Penn
State finished behind Michigan in
that order.
In the only other competition of
the day in which a Michigan manj
was entered, Van Bruner won his
heat in the high hurdles to place
him in tomorrow's finals.
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ning when they picked up eight
scores and knocked out Ebert. Dan
Cline leadoff man started things
up by drawing a base on balls. #
SHORTSTOP Bruce Haynam
followed with a sharp ground sin-
gle to right and Frankie Howell
stepped up to belt a liner into
center scoring Cline with the first
run of the inning. Cleanup hitter
Don Eaddy struck out, but Cap-
tain Bill Mogk powered a ground-
rule double to score Haynam and
send Howell to third.
Mogk's blow should have been
a home run, but the first base
umpire claimed that the ball
went through the outfield fence
Pins To .Roll
The fourth annual Big Ten
Bowling Tournament will get
under way today at the Huron
Lanes.
Singles and doubles matches
will begin at 9 p.m. and con-
tinue throughout the morning.
The team tournaments will
start at 2:00 in the afternoon.I
All the Big Ten schools are
represented except Iowa and
Northwestern.f
Michigan's squad is composed
of captain Chuck Barnhart,
Jack Cross, Phil Barad, Hank
Kiefer, and Ted Laitner. In last
year's meet which was held at
Minnesota, Michigan finished
in sixth place.
All interested spectators are
urged to attend as the admis-
sion is free.
and not over it and Michigan
had to be content with the
single score. Left fielder Paul
Lepley promptly knocked in
Mogk and Howell anyway withj
a sharp line single and Catcher
Dick Leach drew a base on balls.
Then Ritter, the ninth man to
bat in the inning, plunked a soft
liner into right to score Lepley and
move Leach to third and Ebert
went to the showers. Buckeye
Coach Marty Karow called on
Southpaw Dave Bechtel to take
over the mound chords and Fisher

responded to this strategy by pull-
ing the left-hand hitting Cline in
favor of righty Bill Billings.
BECHTEL had a hard time find-
the range and walked Billings and
Haynam, to force in another run.
Then Howell got his second single
of the inning and knocked in the
Wolverines seventh and eighth
runs. Eaddy ended the rally by
striking out for the second time.
The Buckeyes made it 8-1 with
a solo score in the bottom of the
first but Michigan came right
back with a singleton as Billings
and Haynam drew passes and
Howell knocked in his fourth run
of the contest on his third
straight single.
The Wolverines got on Bechtel
for three more scores in the third
when, after Billings opened the
inning by grounding out, Haynam
knocked a line drive single. How-
ell then drove a long fly to cen-
ter for the second out, but Eaddy
drew a base on balls to keep the
rally moving.
THEN MOGK came through
with his second double to score
Haynam, Eaddy stopping at third.
Lepley topped a ground ball to
the right ;ide and beat it out-
Eaddy scored from third and
Mogk, playing heads-up all the
way put on the steam and scored
with a, beautiful hook slide to
make the score 12-1.
Bechtel settled down to blank
the Wolverines for four straight
frames before Michigan came up
with six in the eighth and Ron
Roland came in to put out the
fire. Ritter left the scene in the
home half of the same inning
when the Buckeyes got to him
for six singles and four runs.
Shortstop Haynam, who was
kept out of the Western Michigan
series with a bum leg was badly
hindered in yesterday's contest.
Although he knocked out three
singles, he ran awkwardly and
he'll have a hard time going all the
way in today's doubleheader with
the Illini.
In another Big Ten encounter
yesterday, Clive Follmer limited
Michigan State to five hits at Illi-
nois defeated the Spartans, 2-1.

Ebert Knocked Out of Box as Ritter
Gains Victory In Conference Opener

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New York 8
Cleveland 4
Chicago 5
St. Louis 5
Philadelphia 6
Boston 3
Washington 9
Detroit 9

LEAGUE
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2 .66
3 .625
3 .625
4 .600
6 .333
7 .222
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New 'ork 4, Washington 1
Cleveland 4, Detroit 1
Chicago 3, St. Louis 0
Philadelphia vs. Boston (Inc.)
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at St. Louis
Detroit at Cleveland
Washington at New York
Philadelphia at Boston

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YESTERDAY'S SCORES
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Philadelphia 5, Pittsburgh 3
St. Louis at Chicago (rain)
Cincinnati at Milwaukee (rain)

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Cincinnati at Milwaukee
St. Louis at Chicago

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