SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1953
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wolveriies Score Both Runs in 9th;
Play Two Games with Indiana Today
Michigan Golfers Clash
In Quadrangular Meet
By BOB MARGOLIN
Special to The Daily
LAFAYETTE-A two run ninth
inning rally, highlighted by Cap-
tain Bill Mogk's spectacular head-
first slide into first base, gave the
Wolverine nine a 2-1 victory over
Big Ten cellar-dwelling Purdue
It was the second day in a row
that Michigan pulled the game
out of the fire in the final frame,
Notre Dame being the victim
* * *
THE WOLVERINES wind up
the four-game road trip with a
doubleheader against Indiana in
Bloomington today, with Jack Rit-
ter and Dick Yirkosky slated to
hurl for Michigan.
The left handed slants of
Boilermaker pitcher Ray Rosen-
baum had Ray Fisher's crew of
athletes throttled with ease un-
til first baseman Mogk opened
the last inning with a ground
ball to deep short.
It looked like a routine out un-
til Mogk amazed the fans with a
desperation headlong lunge to the
bag to beat the throw.
After that 'the roof fell in on
Rosenbaum and his 1-0 lead.
* * *
DICK YIRKOSKY pinch hit for
* * *
By JOHN KOVAL
In preparation for the Big Ten
finals, only two weeks away, the
Wolverine golf squad engages in
a quadrangular meet today on the
University course against Ohio
State, Purdue, and Michigan State.
The meet is especially important
because it pits the three top con-
tenders for the conference crown,
Michigan, Ohio State, and Purdue,
in a final test of comparative
strength. The Wolverines have on-
ly a rematch with the University
of Detroit after this quadrangular
* * *
RIDING THE crest of a six game
winning streak, the Michigan par-
busters have a good chance of end-
ing the conference schedule with
an unbeaten record. For the first
time in conference play the Wol-
verines will be at full strength.
Both Lowell LeClair and Tad
Stanford, who have had to miss
previous matches, will be ready
and raring to go, along with the
foursome of Jack Stumpfig,
Warren Gast, Bud Stevens, and
Captain Hugh Wright.
Ohio State, with a 6-1 record
for the season, will be out for re-
venge against the Maize and Blue,
who were responsible for the Buck-
eyes' only loss. Frank Gardi, State
Amateur Champion, along with
Frank Guarasci, Mel Woelfling,
and Larry Harper, provide the
backbone of the Bucks squad.
THE SCARLET and Grey link-
sters have played some supurb golf
during the season, particularly
against Purdue and Illinois, and
have earned for themselves a re-
C SCORE -
AB R H P
2 0 0
4 1 1
3 0 0
1 0 1
0 1 0
4 0 0
4 0 1
4 0 1
4 0 2
2 0 0
3 0 0
31 2 6 2
owell in ninth
osky in ninth
. . old college try
* * *
Frankie Howell and laid down a
perfect bunt that stopped fair on
the third base line. Mogk, who had
stolen second, wound up on third
as everybody was safe.
Then Don Eaddy lifted a long
fly ball to center, scoring Mogk
with the tying run.
Dan Cline, who ran for Yirkos-
ky, took second on the fly and tal-
lied the winning run a few min-
utes later when Bill Billings drill-
ed a line single into right field.
* * *
THE BOILERMAKERS counted
their single run off Wolverine
hurler Jack Corbett in the sixth
inning when Phil Mateja doubled
to left, took third on Rosenbaum's
sacrifice, and scored on Joe Fox's
A pair of double plays by the
Wolverine infield helped out
Corbett, who struck out four,
walked three, and allowed seven
hits in his nine-inning mound
The Michigan righthander has
completed every g a m e he has
started in the Big Ten, winning
three and dropping only one.
Second-sacker Gil Sabuco col-
lected two hits to pace the Wol-
verines at the plate, while Mateja
with three singles and first-base-
man Norm Banas with two collect-
ed most of the Purdue safeties.
putation for being always danger-
Paced by Sophomore Don Al-
bert and Junior Dick Norton,
the Purdue parbusters will also
be seeking revenge against the
With an 8-3 record over the sea-
son, the Boilermakers are hoping
to improve their last season's sec-
ond place finish and cop the con-
ference laurels for their youthful
mentor, Sam Voinoff.
* * *
THE WEAK sister of the match
is expected to be Michigan State,
although it battled Michigan down
to the last hole before losing out,
192-1612, in a previous encount-
The Spartans are in a build-
ing process with respect to their
golf squad, under the tutelage
of Coach Ben Van Alstyne. Top
man for the East Lansing links-
men this season has been Biff
Mills, who has taken the indi-
vidual honors on three different
occasions for the Spartans.
The Michigan squad, which has
been steadily improving as the
season moves along, holds victor-
The University Golf Course
will be closed today from 7-9
a.m. and from 12:30-2.00 p.m.
due to the quadrangular golf
ies over all three of their oppo-
nents in previous contests.
Although very erratic at times,
and hampered by generally unfav-
orable weather conditions at the
start of the current campaign, the
Maize and Blue find themselves in
the familiar position of favorites
for the Big Ten laurels.
Lowell LeClair, Captain Hugh
Wright, and Jack Stumpfig, all
veterans, have finally appeared to
have settled down to some consis-
tent playing and can be expected
to reach their peak in the near
'M' Net Team
'To Face OSU
Michigan will attempt to get
back into its winning ways against
Ohio State at 10:30 this morning
at Ferry Field.
Satisfied with the team's show-
ing so far this season, Coach Mur-
phy plans to stick with the line-up
he has-been using.
AL MANN, who lost to MSC's
Stan Drobac on Wednesday, con-
tinues to show the stuff that made
him last year's number one singles
Improvement has also been
apparent in the other netters.
Pete Paulus has made great
strides forward and Coach Mur-
phy is confident Paulus will turn
into one of the Western Con-
ference's toughest with a little
more experience under his belt.
After shifting his doubles teams
about in order to find the best
combination, Murphy seems to
have hit upon a solution. The
Paulus-Paley, Mann-Curhan, Ne-
derlander-Mills duos have worked
quite well of late and will prob-
ably stick for the remaining
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By The Associated Press
ST. LOUIS - Veteran Preacher
Roe, usually "old reliable" for
Brooklyn against the St. Louis
Cardinals, failed to extend his
spell over the Redbirds yester-
day as the Dodgers toppled to their
third straight defeat, 9-3.
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Cards since Aug. 28, 1950. He was
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TIGERS 7, ATHLETICS 6
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BRAVES 4, PIRATES 3
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4-3, on Sid Gordon's two-run hom-
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* * *
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