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SUNDAY, MAY 24, 1953
Wolverie

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

ine

Moves

into

First

Place

in Big

TrIl

Ritter, Yirkosky Record
Wins in Double Victory

(Continued from Page 1)
* fly to deep left that fell for a
game winning double.
Northwestern's two run first
nning rally off Ritter, started
when Don Eaddy threw wide on
"lyde Schoenneman's leadoff bunt.
rack Tosh, who collected four hits
iff Michigan hurlers, then bounced
bunt past Ritter for an infield
single.
AFTER RETIRING the next two
men, the Michigan southpaw
stumbled off the rubber while
winding up and Schoenneman
who had moved to third on an in-
field out, came home on the balk.
Then Stranski walked. With
men on first and third the
Wildcats tried a double steal
and it clicked to give them their
second and final run of the
game.
The Wolverines got one run
back in the bottom of the initial
inning, on Frank Howell's double
and Eaddy's tremendous triple to
left centerfield.
THE SCORE remained 2-1 un-
il the sixth when Michigan scored
he tying and winning markers.
Following Ritter's leadoff strike-
f ut, Bruce Haynam bounced a
ingle through the box. He raced
o third on Bill Mogk's bloop
ouble into short right.
After Howell was walked in-
FIRST GAME
NORTHWESTERN

Final Michigan Batting Averages
AB R H Pct.
Billings 26 2 9 .346
Lepley 87 13 , 29 .333
Tadian _ 3 0 1 .333
Haynam 79 13 24 .304
Sabuco 85 9 25 .294
Harrington 7 1 2 .286
Howell 67 15 19 .284
Corbett 54 8 15 .277
Eaddy 81 15 21 .259
Cline 37 9 9 .243
Mogk 85 22 20 .235
Leach 73 14 15 .206
Ritter 18 2 3 .167
Pavichevich 12 0 2 .167
Wisniewski 12 1 1 .083
Virkosky 9 2 0 .000
Woschitz 3 0 0 .000
Fancher 1 0 0 .000

tentionally

to load the bases,

Sehoenneman,4
Tosh, if
Dellefieid, rf
Renicke, rf
Blaha, lb
Stranski, 3b
Burson, ss
Kurka, 2b
Zitek*
Woodworth, c
Nlepokoj**
Calloway, c
Barvinchak, p

AB R H PO
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4 1 2 0
3 0 1 1
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3 0 0 1
1 0 0 0
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Eaddy lofted a fly to deep center
scoring Haynam with the tying
run. With men on first and
third, Lepley smashed a liner
to right and Mogk trotted home
to give Michigan the lead it
never relinquished.
Wisniewski, pitching for the
first time since he stopped Illinois
on eight hits, April 26, started the
second game for, the Maize and
Blue. He showed the effects of
the long layoff, giving up two
Northwestern runs in the open-
ing frame.
SCHOENNEMAN led off with a
walk, stole second and came home
on Tosh's one base blast to left.
After Zig "Niepokoj forced Tosh,
and a groundout sent him to sec-
ond, Dellefield drove him home
with a liner to center.
The Wolverines tied it up in
the bottom of the frame on two
walks, a double steal and two
singles by Lepley and Dan Cline.
After Wisniewski yielded a walk
and a single in the second inning,
Fisher yanked him in favor of
Yirkosky. Then Northwestern
pitcher Mark Engdahl blasted the
new hurler's first pitch into left-
field for a single to give the Wild-
cats a temporary one run edge.
THE SCORE was retied in the
fifth. Howell was hit in the thigh,
to open the inning, and moved to
third on Lepley's third straight
single. Cline followed with a long
fly to left, scoring Howell.
The winning markers resulted
in the sixth from a double, two
walks, and an error. With one
out, Yirkosky grounded to the
shortstop and reached second
when Bill Haviland threw over
the first baseman's head.
Mogk was then walked. Jack
Corbett was sent up to hit for
Howell and produced the long
double to left that provided the
margin of victory.
* * .
BIG TEN BASEBALL
Iowa 10-1, Ohio State 2-2
Illinois 0-5, Minnesota 1-4
Purdue 5-12, Indiana 4-3
Wisconsin 10-1, Michigan State
3-5

The Dancer
Takes First
In Preakness
By the Associated Press
BALTIMORE - Native Dancer.
the Vanderbilt express who was
derailed by Dark Star in the Ken-
tucky Derby. got back on the main
line yesterday to win thet$113,750
Preakness Stakes in a thrilling
finish before 30,756 bet-crazy cus-
tomers at Pimlico.
This time Dark Star went in
front again at the start, but he
couldn't do it the second time and7
tired to wind up fifth in the field,
of seven three-year-old colts in
this 77th and exciting Preakness.
* * *
THE DANCER, second grey to
win this Maryland turf classic
since it was first raced in 1873,
took command on the final turn of
the mile and three sixteenths race,
pulled away in the stretch for
home, and outfought the fast clos-
ing Jamie K., owned by the Spring
Hill Farm of Jim Norris, Inter-
natonal Boxing Club boss.
Jamie K. ridden by Eddie Ar-
caro who was seeking his fifth
Preakness victory, was six
lengths ahead of the third horse,
Eugene Constantin Jr's. Royal
Bay Gem, as the Dancer and the
Norris colt made this a two horse
battle to the wire.
Bruce Campbell's Ram O'War
was fourth, followed by Dark Star,
Ben Whitaker's Tahitian King,
with Mrs. Gordon Guberson's Cor-
respondent last.
EajorC League
Standings
A.MERICAN LEAGUE

Illinois Crumbles Before
Wolverine Netmen, 8-1
Michigan Captures Six Singles Matches;
Paulus and Paley Triumph in Doubles Match

By DICK BUCK
Reversing the previous day's
score against Indiana the Michi-
gan net squad bounced back to
slaughter an Illini team at Cham-
paign yesterday, 8-1.
The Wolverines lost only in the
number two singles match where
the not too consistent Al Mann
and Bob Curhan bowed to an Illi-
nois combination of Walt Hulvey
and Dave Stewart, 6-4, 6-2.
-* * *
A CLEAN SWEEP of the singles
matches was led by Michigan's
Mann in the number one slot.
Mann beat Bill Dankert, a soph-
omore from Indianapolis and one
of the Illini's two lettermen.
Playing in the number two
spot Pete Paulus also had to go
to three sets to capture his
match. He grabbed a 6-2 victory
in the first set but Hulvey came
back for a 6-4 win in the sec-
ond. Paulus then staged his us-
ual late surge and put it on ice.
Paulus and Bob Paley had trou-
ble in a very close number one
doubles match. The duo faced Dan-
kert and sophomore Don MicDon-
ald, who jumped off with a 6-4 tri-
umph in the first set. The Wol-

verines were in hot water all
through the following set but fin-
ally managed to record a 9-7 win
to keep themselves in the running.
The final set was close again with
Michigan fighting from a dead-
lock to a 6-4 victory for the set
and match.
ILLINOIS' Harold Stafford, the
only letterman on the team other
than Dankert, had an unimpres-
sive day. Dave Mills racked him
in singles by a lopsided, 6-0, 6-1.
With teammate Steve Hill, Staf-
ford swallowed the bitter pill in
doubles as Mills and Bob Neder-
lander smashed through for a
6-3, 6-2 victory.
In the remaining three singles
matches the Maize and Blue net-
ters won easily. Maury Pelto and
his two-handed shots baffled
Stewart, 6-2, 6-2. Bob Paley and
Nederlander had even less trou-
ble, downing MacDonald and
Hill by identical 6-2, 6-1 mar-
gins.
The meet was the last for the
Wolverines before next weekend's
Big Ten meet at Northwestern, giv-
ing them an 8-3 record for the
dual meet season

By PHIL DOUGLIS
Pi Lambda Phi came from be-
hind yesterday to down Sigma Phi
Epsilon, 6-5, to win the fraternity
IM softball title.
Drawing first blood in the first
inning, the Pilams fell behind in
the fourth, and then came back
with two runs in the sixth to win.
* * *
THE PILAM RUNS in the sixth
inning came as Mary Cherin got
on base on Syd Cook's error and
went to third on Bernie Kimmel's
single. Then Kimmel stole second,
the Sig Eps catching Cherin off
third in a run-down. But the Sig
Ep catcher, Paddy Haas dropped
the ball, and Cherin scored with
Kimmel going to third. Kimmel
then scored on a fielders choice, to
give Pilam the title.
Sid Amster, the Pilam hurler,
gave up only three hits, though
he was rather wild. He issued
nine walks, and hit two bats-
men. On the other hand, Sig
Ep hurler Bob Schmidt walked
only one man, struck out 11, and
gave up only five hits, but lost
the decision.
The Pilams jumped off to an
early 2-0 lead in the first, as Am-
ster blasted a towering homerun
into center field with a man on.
But the Sig Eps came back in the
second, scoring a run as Haas was
hit by a pitch, went to second on

a wild pitch, stole third, and went
home on a dropped third strike.j
* * *I
PI LAMBDA PHI increased their
lead to 3-I in the third, as Jerry
Hirsch walked, went to second
when Dave Schlafman was hit by
a pitched ball, and scored when
Schmidt threw the ball over the
first baseman's head on the next
play.
Then came the big inning for
Sigma Phi Epsilon, as it scored
four runs in the fourth to go
ahead, 5-3. Amster lost control,
walked the bases loaded, and
then walked Joe Hipfel, forcing
Schmidt across the plate. Jim
Carwright then flew out, Lorne
Norton scoring after the catch.
Jack Main then broke up Am-
ster's no-hitter with a single to
right, scoring Hipfel and Frank
Spenc. It was the third no-
hitter that Main has spoiled this
year.
The Pilams narrowed the gap
to 5-4 in the fifth as Schlafman
slapped a single down the right
field line, and Sig Ep right field-
er Spencer let it go through him
for a three base error, as Schlaf-
man raced around the bases to
score.

IN THE SIXTH, Pilam scored
the tieing and winning runs, and
Amster settled down to hold the
Sig Eps fairly quiet from there on.
Sig Ep hurler Bob Schmidt
suffered his first defeat in any
social fraternity softball game
by the loss, but looked great
even in losing. The only Pilam
to get more than one hit off
him was Jerry Rovner who poll-
ed a double and a single.
IN OTHER softball games yes-
terday, Newman club'- took the
Trojans into camp, 9-7, to win
the independent softball crown.
In the independent second place
final, the Hawaiians downed Les-
ter Co-op, 3-1, in extra innings.
In a fraternity fourth place,,
playoff final, Theta Delta Chi
shelled Phi Gamma Delta, 14-6.
Pitcher Phi Hogan led the Theta
Delts.
Last Thursday, the Strauss
house horseshoe squad took the
residence hall horseshoe crown by
defeating Cooley house, 2-0. The
teams of George Majoris and Carl
Sarnacki, and Roger Peake and
Themie Majoris took the matches.

Retain those
summer memories
witha s a s o

DEFEAT SIG EPS, 6-5:
Pilams Win Fraternity Softball Crown

* Fanned for Kurka in ninth
** Singled for Woodworth in seventh

New York
Boston
Chicago
Cleveland
Washington
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Detroit

W
19
20
16
17
16
12
10

L
10
14
15
12
17
20
19
7.5

Pct.
.688
.576
.571
.571
.500
.444
.387
.286

GB
31
3
4
6
8

MICHIGAN

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Haynam, ss
Mogk, lb
Howell, cf
Billings, cf
f Eaddy, 3b
Lepley, If
Corbett, rf
j Cline, rf
Sabuco, 2b
Leach, c
Ritter, p
at p
Northwestern
Michigan
SE(
NOR

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COND GAME
RTHWESTERN

1:

Schoennemnan
Tosh, 1
NiepokoJ, rf
Renicke, rf
Blaha, lb
Dellefield, 3b
Haviland, ss
Kurka, 2b
Stranski, 2b
Calloway, c
Engdahl, p
Pitt, p
Otto, p
Burson*
* Popped up

AB R H PO A
i,cf3 1 1 0 0
4 0 2 2 a0
3 1 0 1 0
0 0 0 0 0
3 0 1 10 0
3 0 2 0 3
1 0 0 2 2
1 1 0 1 2
2 0 0 0 1
1001 2
0 0 0 0 0
26 3 8 18 10
for Otto in Seventh

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 4, Detroit 2
New York 3, Boston 2
Cleveland 5, St. Louis 1
Philadelphia 8, Washington 6
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Detroit-Fornieles (2-1)
vs. Gray (0-5)
Boston at New York-Brown (3-1) vs.
Sain (3-2)
St. Louis at Cleveland (2)-Holloman
(1-1) and Cain (0-1) vs. Wynn (4-1)
and Garcia (3-3)
Philadelphia at Washington-Martin
(2-3) vs. Marrero (3-2)
* **
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Milwaukee 17 10 .630 --
Philadelphia 17 11 .607 i/
St. Louis 17 12 .586 1
Brooklyn 18 14 .563 12
New York 17 16 .515 3
Pittsburgh 12 19 .387 7
Chicago. 9 17 .346 7,
Cincinnati 9 17 .346 71,!
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Milwaukee 5, Chicago 3
Pittsburgh 8, New York 4
Brooklyn 2, Philadelphia 0
Cincinnati 6, St. Louis 0
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at Chicago (2)-Antonelli
(2-1) and Buhl (2-1) vs. Klippstein
(2-2) and Chacker (1-6)
Brooklyn at Philadelphia-Meyer (3-1)
or Loes (5-2) vs. Simmons (6-2)
New York at Pittsburgh-Jansen (3-3)
vs. Lindell (2-4)
Cincinnati at St. Louis-Nuxhull (1-0)
vs. Staley (5-1)

UH EQTTarrE
SOUTH STATE STREET PHONE 2-3109

BIG TEN
BASEBALL STANDINGS
W L
MICHIGAN 10 3
Illinois 9 3
Iowa 8 3
Ohio State 9 4
Minnesota 7 5
Wisconsin 6 5
Michigan State 6 7
Northwestern 2 9
Purdue 2 9
Indiana 0 11

Pct.
.769
.750
.727
.692
.583
.545
.462
.182
.182
.000

MICHIGAN

Haynam, ss
Mogk, lb
Billings, cf
Howell, cf
Corbett, cf
Eaddy, 3b
Lepley, If
Cline, rf
Sabuco, 2b
Leach, c
Wisniewski, p
Yirkosky, p
Northwestern
Michigan

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