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SUNDAY, MAY 3, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

PAGE TUREZ

V I e
Iowa Squad Wins Twin-bill
From Wolverines, 4-2, 5-3
Corbett, Yirkosky Victims in Double Loss
As Michigan Drops Out of Conference Lead

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Quadrangular Meet

Linksters Down OSU, Illini,
Purdue in Conference Match

Major League
Standings

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AMERICAN

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der right handed swinger punched
out four solid blows in seven trips
to the plate.
* * *
AFTER two innings of scoreless
ball in the first game, the Hawk-
eyes jumped into a three run lead
in the top half of the third in-
ning. Pitcher Ron Schaeffer led
off with an infield single down
the third base line.
After a sacrifice had moved
him along to second, he scored
on one of Ken Waldron's three
hits. A bloop hit by Jack Hess

BOX SCORES
FIRST GAME

IOWA
Stenger, 2b
Waldron, 3b
Hess, ss
Lundquist, cf
Lindsey, if
Hilgenberg, e
Capps, rf
Miller, lb
Schaefer, p
MICHIGAN
Haynam, ss
Mogk, lb
Howell, uf
Eaddy, 3b
Lepley, If
Cline, rf
*Harrington
Billings, rf
Sabuco, 2b
Leach, c
Leach, c
Corbett, p

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and a walk to Jack Lunquist,
loaded the bases with one out.
Then left fielder Ed Lindsey
grounded to Bill Mogk at deep first.
Nobody covered first base, and
while Mogk was racing to make
the putout himself, both Waldron
and Hess came across to score.
* * *
THIS THREE RUN lead was
actually enough to annex the win.
However, Michigan kept its hopes
alive by scoring a run in the bot-
tom half of the third on three hits
by Haynam, Mogk and Frank
Howell respectively and Don Ead-
dy's infield grounder.
Iowa's final marker came in
the fifth, when ill Stenger
singled, moved to third on Wal-l
dron's hit and scored on Lund-
quist's long fly to right. Jack
Corbett's double, an infield out
The Wolverine Soccer Club
is playing the Detroit Rocketsa
at 2:00 on the soccer field east
of the stadium.1
--Ken Ross
and a fly in the seventh inning'
produced the Wolverines' sec-
ond and last score.c
The Hawkeyes' three run first
inning rally in the second game
was the result of four solid base
hits. After Stenger, who had sin-
gled was forced at second base on
a grounder by Waldron, Hess,a
Lundquist, and Lindsey connect-
ed in succession to produce twos
markers and Jerry Hilgenberg'sc
long fly drove in the third.
Friday's game with Minnesota
has been protested by Minneso-
ta officials. They claim Ferry
Field is an illegal baseball park
{ according to the new Big Ten
rules which state that a field mustI
have a fence around its playingt
area.-

TAD STANFORD
. . . key to victory

Special to The Daily
LAFAYETTE -Michigan's golf
team opened its Big Ten season
with a thrilling but convincing
triple victory over Purdue, Ohio
State, and Illinois yesterday.
Showing the form that brought
them the conference title a year
ago, the Wolverine linksters came
through with a 19/2-16/2 win over
Purdue, a triumph over Ohio State
by an identical score, and the ver-
dict over Illinois, 21%-14%/2.
* * *
THE VICTORIES over Purdue
and Ohio State were not sure un-
til late in the afternoon when
Wolverine Tad Stanford finished
his afternoon round in 42-34-77
to clinch the triple triumph for
Michigan.
It was Michigan's team bal-
ance that accounted for the vic-
tory more than anything else.
Although a strong wind pre-
vented any sensational scores,
the Wolverines carded scores
low enough to win when it
counted.
Bud Stevens marked up the best
round. for Michigan and the best
18 holes of the tourney with an
even-par 72 on his morning round.
When Stevens faltered to an 84
in the afternoon, Captain Hugh
Wright's 78 and Stanford's 771

Big Ten competition, had 84-79-
163.
BUCKEYE Frank Cardi carded
the lowest total for the meet, 73-
75-148. The other Buckeye scores,
however, soaredras high as the
169 by George Frankfeld.
Bob Benning shot 76-76-152
to pace the Boilermakers. The
other Purdue scores ran as high
as 174. The best for the Illini
was the 158 brought in by Bob
Marquardt while the others
ranged up to the 177 by Carl
Dilsaver.
Ohio State finished 23-13 over
Purdue and 251/-10% over the
Illini, while the Boilermakers de-
feated the Illini, 2012-152.
THE WOLVERINES' next meet
follows closely on the heels of"
their triple victory. Coach Bert
Katzenmeyer's golfers will take on
Northwestern and Iowa at North-
western tomorrow.
Michigan is rated the favorite
in this get-together, although
Northwestern, led by senior Cap-
tain Cliff Kong of Honolulu,
boasts a 2212-412 verdict over the
University of Detroit. Iowa, pac-
ed by three returning lettermen,
finished eighth in the Big Ten

New York
Chicago
Cleveland
Boston
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Washington
Detroit

Netters Ready
For Wildcats,
Boiler makers
With three victories under its
belt, the Wolverine tennis squad
is bracing itself for a two-week
home stand.
This week the 'M' netters whip-
ped the University of Detroit 8-1
Tuesday, the Broncos from West-

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New York
Cincinnati

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 8, New York 7
Philadelphia 4, Detroit 1
Washington 5, St. Louis 4
Boston 5, Cleveland 1
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Detroit
Philadelphia at Chicago (2)
Boston at St. Louis (2)
Washington at Cleveland
NATIONAL

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Pittsburgh 12, Cincinnati 4
St. Louis at New York, rain
Milwaukee at Philadelphia, rain
Chicago at Brooklyn, rain
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Pittsburgh
Milwaukee at Brooklyn
Chicago at Philadelphia
Cincinnati at New York

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ernI ViW~ili 'tclege 6-3 ,inurs- made up for it to take valuable la
day, and rounded out their trio of points.
wins with a 5-4 triumph over the* *
Badgers on Friday. THE WOLVERINES scores stay-
ed within a small range while the
ON TAP FOR this week are other three teams displayed a
matches with the Purdue Boiler- few good rounds and blew up on
makers on Monday and North- the others.
western on Friday both of which Playing in the number one
will be played on the Ferry Field spot, Jack Stumpfig carded a
courts. 79-82-161 for the Maize and
In the past week's play, Pete Blue; Wright, in the second po-
Paulus has dropped all three of sition, came in with 82-78-160;
his matches, however, Coach in third slot, Stevens' total was
Murphy feels his improvement is 156, best for the Wolverines.
quite heartening. Swinging in the fourth spot,
Dave Mills, Al Mann, Maury Warren Gast carded 80-80-160,
Pelto, Bob Russell and Bob Ned- and Stanford's morning round of
erlander won all their single con- 84 gave him a 161 total. Sopho-
tests this week. more Andy Andrews, in his first
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IOWA
MICHIGAN

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SECOND GAME

IOWA
Stenger, 2B
Waldron, 3b
Hess, ss
Lundquist, cf
Lindsey, If
Hilgenberg, c
Capps, rf
Miller, 1lb
Jensen, p
MICHIGAN
Haynam, ss
Mogk, lb
Howell, cf
Eaddy, 3b
Lepley, If
Corbett, rf
Sabuco, 2b
Leach, e
Yirkosky, p
*Cline
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IOWA
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rkosky in 7th

LOUISVILLE - (AP) -Dark Star
from the Cain Hoy Stable pulledI
one of racing's greatesthupsets
yesterday by winning the 79th
Kentucky Derby in a slam bang
finish that ended the unbeaten
record of Native Dancer.
Jockey Henry Moreno put Dark
Star on the front end soon after'
the colorful mile and one-quarter
racing classic got under way. He
held it to the end as Native Dan-
cer closed with a steady drive in
the stretch, only to be beaten by
the margin of the winner's sleek
brown head.
* * *
IT WAS a tremendous victory:
for Dark Star and his owner, Har-
ry F. Guggenheim of New York,
former ambassador to Cuba, and

Vms 79th Kentucky Derby
a stunning reversal for the big starts this season, The Gotham
grey Alfred Vanderbilt was de- Stakes and the Wood Memorial,
pending upon for his first derby the latter a week ago at Jamaica.

victory.

Dark Star won the Derby trial
here last Tuesday by four
lengths in one minute, 36 sec-
onds flat--close to the track rec-
ord. Native Dancer wasn't in
that race, but his reputation
had shoved most of the other

Native Dancer was far back
during the early running, but
started moving up midway of
the back stretch. He was in
fourth place turning into the
final quarter and really running,
But Dark Star, a 24 to 1 shot,
had enough left to turn in the

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Time for the winner, a son of Royal Bay Gem, the Texas colt
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