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SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Tracksters Win Ten Events'
To Dump Marquette, 95-46

By PHIL DOUGLAS
Winning ten out of 15 events
and tying two others, Michigan's
track team crushed Marquette, 95-
46, on Ferry Field yesterday to
successfully open its dual meet
outdoor season.
Ross Coates and Fritz Nilsson
each won two events, while Nils-
son and Jim Love set new records
as Don Canham's tracksters rolled
over the Hilltoppers from Milwau-
kee.
COATES TRIUMPHED in the
100 and 220 yard dashes, running
the 100 in the blistering time of
9.7, and the 220 in 21.9. Nilsson
won the discus as he set a new
Ferry Field mark of 164' 9%",
breaking Bill Watson's 1938 mark
of 160' 10 5/8", and also took the
shot put with a heave of 53' 10%".
Jim Love, Ann Arbor sopho-
more, turned in one of the day's
top performances as he trium-
phed in the 220 yard low hurdles
by skimming the timbers in 23.4.
This cracked the old varsity rec-
ord of 23.5 shared by Hoover,
Osgood, and Carbell.
Far and away the outstanding
man for the Hilltoppers was the
famed John Bennett, called the
nation's top broad-jumper, who
easily took his specialty with a
leap of 24' 5%".
* * *
BENNETT ALSO won the jave-
lin throw, an event which returned
to Ferry Field yesterday for the
first time since 1940. His winning
toss went 155' 2", a far cry from

the Ferry Field record of 219' 7%",1
set by Mark Panther of Iowa in
1935.
Grant Scruggs of Michigan
gained a freak win in the 440
yard run, as Michigan captain
Jack Carroll and Hilltopper Joe
Bendy were disqualified for
pushing and elbowing. Scruggs,
finishing second behind Carroll,
thereby was awarded the win.
Michigan's great mile relay
team, which may well take the Big
10 crown in three weeks, easily
triumphed over Marquette's Cen-
tral Collegiate Conference champs
as Bill Barton, Dan Hickman,
Scruggs and Carroll sped the dis-
tance in 3:19.
IN THE two mile run, it was
all George Lynch, as the speedy
Wolverine ran away from the field
to win. Lynch, whose time was
9:37.4, was challenged for a brief
time by Marquette's Bob Allen, but
Lynch's kick was too much for the
Hilltopper.
Michigan miler John Ross was
an easy victor in the mile run
as he turned in a 4:13.9 time,
while Van Bruner won the 120
yard high hurdles with a time of
14.9.
The pole vault and the high
jump both wound up ties, as Mi-
chiggn's Roger Maugh and Hill-
topper Wayne Baird both vaulted
12'6", and Wolverine Milt Mead
and Marquette's Tom O'Malley
deadlocked in the high jump at
6'3 3/5".

Major League
Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Philadelphia 13 6 .684 G
Brooklyn 13 7 .650
St. Louis 10 6 .625 11/4
Milwaukee 9 7 .563 24
Pittsburgh 9 11 .450 41/
New York 8 12 .400 5Y2
Chicago 6 10 .375 5112
Cincinnati 3 12 .200 '*8
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 6, Pittsburgh 4
Brooklyn 7-4, Philadelphia -8
St. Louis 4, Cincinnati 2
Chicago 2, Milwaukee 0
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Cincinnati (2)-Mizell
(2-0) and Faszholz (0-) vs. Raf-
fensberger (0-3) and Church (1-1).
Chicago at Milwaukee (2)-Surkont
(2-0) and Liddle (1-0) vs. Minner
(1-1) and Klippstein (1-1).
Philadelphia at Brooklyn-Drews (2-1)
vs. Loes (3-1).
Pittsburgh at New York (2)-Dickson
(2-3) and Frind (1-1) vs. Magl Pitts-
burg at New York (2) - Dickson
(2-3) and Friend (1-1) vs. Maglie
(2-1) and Hearn (1-3).

TONY BRANOFF DON DUGGER
BLUES SCUTTLE WHITES:
Trophy for Most Improvement
Awarded to Dugger, Branoff

AMERICAN LEAGUE

New York
Cleveland
Chicago
Boston
St. Louis
Philadelphia
Washington
Detroit

W L
14 7
12 6
13 9
11 9
10 11
10 11
9 13
5 18

Pct.
.667
.667
.591
.550
.476
.476
.409
.217

GB
14
21/2
4
4
51
10

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 6, Boston 4
Washington 6, Philadelphia 0
Chicago 12, Detroit 3
Cleveland 3, St. Louis 2 (10 innings)
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Boston-Reynolds (3-1)
vs. Hudson (1-0)
Detroit at Chicago (2)-Hoeft (1-2)
and Wight (0-1) vs. Bearden (1-1)
and Rogovon (0-4)
Cleveland at St. Louis-Feller (1-2)
vs. Trucks (3-1).
Washington at Philadelphia (2)

MARQUETTE ALSO BOWS:
Wolverine Golfers Edge Michigan State

(Continued from Page 1)
off, the Whites punted to Kress
who returned the ball to the White
30 yard line. A play later Branotf
took a handoff from quarterback
Lou Baldacci and sliced off left
tackle, 30 yards for the second
Blue tally.
An intercepted pass and a pen-
alty helped stymie the next Blue
drive but with less than a minute
to go in the first period, Baldacci
fired a 47 yard pass to Topp for
the third touchdown. This was
one of seven completions chalked
up by Blue chukkers in fourteen
attempts.
Midway in the second quarter,
the regulars put on their longest
sustained drive of the day, a 75
yard advance all on running plays.
Duncan McDonald directed the at-
tack, which saw Balzhiser elimax
the attack with a three yard scor-
ing plunge.
It was after this touchdown that
the Whites came back to punch
over their first of two tallies. Ray
Kenaga, who stood out in the los-
ing cause, fired a.56 yard pas.s to
John Kuchka to set up the score
and Earl Johnson, brother of
Michigan's 1951 All-American ta-
ckle, Tom, bulled over from the one
yard line.
In the second half Oosterbaan
substituted freely and in some
cases switched players from one
team to the other. Kress added the
Blues fifth touchdown soon after
the intermission when he dashed
20 yards through left guard.

After some good defensive play
on the part of Kress broke up three
White passes and forced a punt,
Hickey reeled off a neat 65 yard;
dash for the sixth Blue touch-
down.
The remaining scoring in the
game came after the teams were so,
jumbled with player switches that
there was little resemblance be-
tween the squads on the field and
the ones that had started the game.
Dick Rex added a touchdown for
the Whites and Corey, McDonald,
and Hickey skirted into the end
zone for the Blues.
Corey and Fred Baer both played
most of the game for the Whites,
but were the sparkplugs of the
Blue team in the game's later
stages. Baer was outstanding both
offensively and defensively all day
and it was his 20 yard plunge to
the seven yard line that set up the
final score.
Hendricks and Art Walker were
hurt during the early stages of thet
afternoon and didn't get back
into the game. However neither
was seriously injured.

Tennis Team
WhipsIrish
WpsMann, Paulus Lead
Tough 6-3_Triumph
By DICK BUCK
The Michigan tennis squad ran
its victory skein to six straight
yesterday as the netters downed a
powerful Notre Dame team in a
home encounter, 6-3.
Only the number three match
went to Notre Dame in singles but
th Irish fought rback to claim the
number one and number two
doubles matches.
AL MANN led the Maize and
Blue attack with his 8-6, 6-4 tri-
umph over Notre Dame's Wally
Clarke. Clarke, coming to the Irish
from San Francisco, is currently
rated seventh in the country
among junior singles players.
With a 5-2 edge in the first
set Mann suffered his only lamge
as Clarke took four straight
games to grab a 6-5 margin. The
smooth - stroking Mann then
came back to take the set, 8-6,
and was completely, in control
the rest of the way.
Wolverine Dave Mills fell vic-
tim to Ray Smith in the number
three spot. Mills bowed in two sets,
6-4, 7-5.
IN THE number two spot Pete
Paulus registered a three set win
against Notre Dame standby Ken
Angyal, 7-5, 2-6, 6-3. Angyal com-i
peted in the number one slot in
1952 and trounced Mann in two
sets, 6-3, 6-3, in that encounter.
Maury Pelto and Bob Paley
both chalked up easy wins for
the Murphymen as Maury Reidy
and Matt Tuite suffered setbacks
reminiscent of last year. Pelto
beat Reidy, 7-5, 6-2, while Paley
ran over Tuite by a 6-3, 6-2
margin.
* * *
THE IRISH gained their revenge
in doubles. Clarke paired up with
Reidy to edge Paulus and Paley,
2-6, 9-7, 6-3. The Wolverine two-
some started strongly but weaken-
ed in the warm afternoon sun.
A Smith-Angyal combination
slaughtered Mann and Bob Cur-
han in the number two slot, 6-3,
6-1.

By WARREN WERTHEIMER
Special to Tihe Daily
EAST LANSING - Michigan's
baseball team had to settle for a
disappointing split of a Big Ten
doubleheader at Michigan State
yesterday.
In the opening game, the Wol-
verines blew a three run lead in
the ninth as State came on to
take the contest in extra innings,
6-5. Michigan then romped in the
nightcap, 20-2.
r * * *
TOM YEWCIC, Spartan catch-
er, who later had to be removed
from the game when he got hit
with a foul tip, broke up the first
contest in the eleventh when he
smacked relief hurler Bob Wos-
chitz's first toss of the inning over
the left field fence.
Michigan appeared to have
the game won as it entered the
ninth in possession of a 5-2 lead.
However Jack Ritter began to
tire in the hot sun and walked
pinch-hitter Bob Shaver. Jack
Zeitler followed with a double play
grounder to Don Eaddy's left
which the third sacker booted.
AFTER Yewcic flied out, two
straight hits left runners on sec-
ond and third, two runs in, and
Ritter out. Woschitz came in and
retired the next two men all right,
but between the first and second
out, he wild pitched the tying run
home.
Chuck Gorman earned the win
by holding Ray Fisher's nine hit-
less in the tenth and eleventh
and then Yewcic wrapped it up.
THE SPARTANS went back in
front in the bottom half of the
frame as singles by Yewcic and
Dan Brown, with a balk in be-
tween, gave the victors another
tally.
The 'M' nine then forged into
the lead with three in the eighth
on consecutive singles by Paul
Lepley, Dan Cline, Gil Sabuco,
and Dick Leach plus a wild pitch
and then added an unearned
run in the ninth.
The second contest was all
Michigan as the Wolverines sewed
up the game in the first frame
by tallying nine times. The first
nine men up reached base and
scored and it wasn't until Bruce
Haynam came up for the second
time in the inning that the first
out was recorded.
Michigan batted around twice
more in the contest as it combined
five hits and a pair of walks for

MICHIGAN STATE

six runs in the fifth and added five
more in the next inningron five
hits, a walk, and an error. Dick
Yirkosky, though hit hard, per-
mitted only four hits as he gained
his first conference victory.
BOX SCORES
FIRST GAME
MICHIGAN

Zeitler, 3b-ss
Yewcic, c
Mathews, lb
Brown, If
Dilday, rf
Lawrie, 2b
Hopping, ss
Shaver, 3b
Risch, cf
Dangl, p
Saffran, p
Gorman, '
*Powvell

AB
5
6
5
5
4
3
3
4
3
0
0

R
1
2
4
0
0
0
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H
0
2
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0
0
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12

0
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7
6
2
4
5
1
0
6
0
1
0

A
3
I
1
0
0
4
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
13

Haynam. ss
Mogk, lb
Howell, cf
Eaddy, 3b
Lepley, If
Cline, rf
Sabuco, 2b
Leach, c
Ritter, p
Woschitz, p

AB R
6 0
604
16 0
6 1
6 1
51
51
4 0
3 1
1 0

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42
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104
2 0
4 8
*18 3
scored.,

Totals

MSC Wins Opener, 6-50
Loses Second Tilt, 20-2

Totals

Totals 41 6 12 33 13
*Walved for Saffron in the ninth.

SECOND GAME
MICHIGAN

Haynam ss
Mogk lb
Pavechevich lb
Howell cf
Billings of
Eaddy 3b
Lepley If
Cline rf
Sabuco 2b
Leach c
Yirkosky p
Totals

AB R H O
6 3 4 2
1 0 0 3
4 2 3 3
1 0 0 2
4 3 2 1
1 2 1 2
5 1 2 1x
3 1 0 1
37 20 16 21

A
2
1
A
0
0
4
0
8
2
0
1.i
10

H
1
0
0
0
0
0
0.
0
1
0
0
z

Totals 48 5 14 30
*.....None out when winning run

Special to The Daily
EAST LANSING - Michigan's
defending champion golf squad
fought back from a one point de-
ficit after the morning round to
edge a plucky Michigan State
team, 19%-161/2.
The Wolverines trailed the Spar-
tans 9%-81/2 after the first 18
holes, but Coach Bert Katzenmey-
er's swingers, led by Lowell Le-
Clair's one-under-par 71, overtook
the Green and White in the after-
noon.
* * *
THE OTHER entry in the tri-
angular meet, Marquette, offered
the Wolverines little trouble, bow-
ing 31-5 after Michigan had built
up a 17-1 advantage on the morn-
ing round. Michigan State also
downed the Hilltoppers convin-
cingly, 30-8.
LeClair carded a 76 i the
morning for a total of 147 to
take medalist honors in the
meet. His steady playing en-
abled him to garner the maxi-
mum 12 points from his oppo-
nents.
Playing in the number one po-
S ition, Wolverine Jack Stumpfig
turned in a mediocre 75-83-158,
t% but still captured 11 points from
Spartan Biff Hills and Hilltopper
Tom Welsch.
* * *
MICHIGAN'S Bud Stevens also
fell slightly off form to card an
80-76-156 as he captured nine
counters from Michigan State's
captain, Carl Mosack, and Mar-
quette's BobeWhaler while syving-
ing in the second slot.
Captain Hugh Wright finish-
ed-with an 80-74-154, second
best for the Maize and Blue.
Warren Gast carded an 81-80-
161 and Andy Andrews shot an
83 in the morning and then blew
up in the afternoon to a 90 for
a 173 total.
The Spartans' best was carded
by Bill Albright, who shot a 75-
76-151 while playing in the fourth
spot against Wright and Hilltopper
Carrol Ludike, whose 84-79-163
was Marquette's best. Ludike's 79
was the only Hilltopper round un-
der 80.

ALTHOUGH THE weather was
warm and sunny, perfect for golf,
the Wolverine scores were not up
to standards as the linksters often
misjudged distances and chose the
wrong clubs.
The team's putting was also
unusually poor as Wright and
Stevens both used the shortest
club 39 times on their morning
rounds.
Coach Katzenmeyer attributed
the poor scores to the team's look-
ing forward to the quadrangular
meet with Illinois, Purdue, and Mi-
chigan State next Saturday and

possibly to a slight overconfidence,
since the Spartans and Hilltoppers
are not rated as strong golf clubs
Katzenmeyer admitted that the
Wolverines would have to play
better golf than they displayed
here yesterday if they are to suc-
cessfully defend their 1952 Big
Ten title.
LeClair made his first appear-
ance on the links for Michigan
against conference golfers after a
two meet layoff. Andrews was
playing in place of Tad Stanford,
who remained in Ann Arbor for
a medical school entrance exami-
nation.

MIChIGAN STATE

BIG TEN
Baseball Standings
Iowa 51 1 .833
Ohio State 7 2 .778
Illinois 7 2 .778
MICHIGAN 6 3 .667
Minnesota 4 2 .667
Wisconsin 3 '? .6001
Northwestern Z 3 .400
Michigan State 3 6 .333
Indiana 0 8 .000
Purdue 0 8 .000

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Zietler, 3b
Yewcic, c
Edin, c
Mathews lb
Brown if
Dilday rf
Laurie 2b
Hopping, ss
Risch, f
Gorman p
Idzkowski, p
Saffran p
#~Wlliams
Carlson p
Angelo p
**Powell

AB
3
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2
3
3
3.
3
3
2
0
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1
1
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0 3
4 0
0 0
6 0
6 0
20
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0 2
4 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
1 1
0 0

B
1
0
0
0
1
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'0
0
A
6
Z,

The only doubles victory for the
Murphymen was by Mills and Ne-
derlander. They downed Tuite and
Crowley's replacement Bob Simons
in three sets, 6-2, 3-6, 6-3.

Totals 26 2 4 23
*Flied Out for Saffran in
**Grounded Out for Angelo

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