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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1954 '

PAGE TWO THE 1~flCUhIiAl DAILY SATURDAY, APRIL 17. 1954 (

C4NHAM ENTERS 35 MEN:
l' Thinclads Compete in Ohio Relays

Broncos Drop "'M'
Diamondmen, 7-3
Soph Hurler Fouchey Limits Losers

By HAP ATHERTON
Just back last week from a suc-t
cessful trip to the west coast,'
Michigan track coach Don Can-
barn's squad left for Columbus,r
Ohio, yesterday to face 16 other
colleges and universities in the an-1
nual Ohio Relays at Ohio Stadiumf
this afternoon.
Michigan, Illinois, Michiganx
State, Purdue, Wisconsin, and
Ohio State will represent the Big
Ten in the events. Penn State will
head the list of other notable
squads to compete. Altogether,
there will be more than 350 ath-
letes entered in the meet.
* * Ae
COACH Canham's entries, num-

bering 35, will be the largest num-
ber entered from any school. In-
cluded in the squad will be star
relay men Jack Carroll and Grant
Scruggs, ace high jumpers Mark
Booth and Milt Mead, and captain
Roland "Fritz" Nilsson, who is the
Big Ten shot put and discus cham-
pion.
The events that most of the
teams are entering their best
men in are the 880 yard relay,
the distance medley, and the
mile relay. Michigan has Bill
Barton, Peter Gray, John Moule,
and John Ross in the distance
medley. In the 880 yard relay,
Canham has appointed John

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Vallortigara, Carroll, Dave Hess-
ler, and Scruggs to carry the ba-
ton.
Coach Canham has changed one
man on the mile relay team that
won the Chicago Daily News ti-
tle. The mile relay team is com-
posed of Dave Hessler, Bob Rudi-
sell, Carroll, and Scruggs. On the
western trip, this same relay team
ran the event in 3:16 against
UCLA for one of the fastest out-
door times this year.
. * * *
THE MAIN contenders in these
events are Michigan, Penn State,
Illinois, and Indiana. Illinois,
which captured the Big Ten In-
door and Outdoor Championship
last year and the indoor cham-
pionship this year is especially to
be feared. Penn State and Indiana
are expected to give Michigan the
most competition in distance med-
ley while Penn State and Illinois
should be troublesome in the 180
yard event. All three are entering
excellent teams in the mile relay.
In the two mile relay'event
Canham has placed John Ross,
John Moule, Roy Christiansen,
and Pete Gray. This quartet
posted a time of 7:35 this year
at the Chicago Daily News Re-
lays to set a new meet record
and become the fastest indoor
two mile relay team in the na-
tion. Earlier the same team
set the high indoor season mark
in 3:29.3 at Cleveland, Ohio.
Nilsson, who has thrown the 16
pound shot 55 feet, 9 inches,
hurled it 55 feet, 4 inch on the
western trip to prove he's in fine
shape for the Ohio trip. He will be
assistpd by Rumsell in the shot
putting department, and by Roy
Pella in the discus event. Booth
who stands five feet, eight inches
in height, has cleared the high
jump bar at almost a foot over
his own height and will be a pow-
erful threat from Michigan. He
must face, however, Ron Mitchell
of Illinois who captured the Big
Ten crown in the event.
* * *
AL LUBINA, Bob Hall, Jack Cle-
ments, George Lynch, and Ron
Wallingford will compete in the
mile run for Michigan. They will
compete against the highly favored
Len Truex, former Ohio State star
who will run unattached.
Roger Maugh, John Hilberry,
and Robert Appleman will rep-
resent Michigan in the pole
vault. Maugh has cleared the bar
at 13 feet. Footballer Tom Hen-
ricks and Bill Michaels, who
have both leaped over 22 feet,
will compete in the broad jump.
Geoffrey Dooley, who has run on
several winning two mile relay
teams will carry Michigan's ban-
ner in the 600-yard run, and Jim
Love will lead off for Michigan in
the 300-yard run. As a sophomore,
Love ran the fastest low hurdles
time in Michigan history, :23.4.
Michigan has entered no one in the
one and a half mile run, the high
hurdles, and the 100-yard sprint.
* * *
NO TEAM scores are kept at
the Ohio Relays, but Coach Can-
ham feels that it is an excellent
way to find out where to place the
man on the team. He stated that
the experience gained in the Ohio
Relays will condition the thinclads
for the Penn Relays coming up
next week.
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Wisconsin 26, Bradley 3
Northwestern 17, Navy Pier 11
Iowa State 2, Minnesota 1

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Special to The Daily
KALAMAZOO-Western Michi-
gan broke up a tight pitching dual
with six runs in the eighth inning
here yesterday afternoon to pick
up its second winof the week over
the Wolverine nine.
The rash of runs gave hurler Ed
Fouchey and his Bronco mates a
7-3 victory to add to the 4-1 tri-
umph they chalked up over the
Maize and Blue in Ann Arbor
Tuesday.
* * *
THE SOPHOMORE righthand-
er limited the Wolverines to four
safeties, half of them coming in
the opening frame when the los-
ers pushed across a pair of runs.
Michigan starter Mary Wis-
niewski held Western in check
until the seventh, when the
Broncos started things rolling
with' a single tally and then
sewed the ball game up in the
disastrous eighth.
Southpaw Wisniewski didn't is-
sue a walk until the seventh, but
gave up four free passes before
the final two innings were over.'
WITH MICHIGAN holding a
3-1 lead, Al Nagel and Ron Jack-
son opened the Bronco half of
Thrown Again
Michigan AB R H
Lepley, rf ...............4 1 0
Ronan,2b.............3 0 0
Tommelein, cf ..........5 0 0
Eaddy, 3b..............3 2 1
Corbett, lb...............3 0 2
Branoff, if..............2 0 0
B. Leach, If ............1 0 0
Benedict, ss .............3 0 0
D. Leach, a............3 0 0
Wisniewski, p...........4 0 1
Kuchka* ................ 1 0 0
Totals...............32 3 4
*Popped up for Branoff in sixth
Western Michigan ....AB R H
Lajoe, ci............... 4 1 1
Heaviland, 3b ...........4 0 1
Nagel, If.,...............5 1 1
Jackson, lb...............5 1 1
Emaar, c.................4 0 1
Johnson, rf...............4 2 2
O'Connell, ss ...........3 1 1
Stevenson, 2b ...........3 0 0
Fouchey, p .............4 1 , 1
Totals ................36 7 9
* * *
Michigan ....200 000 010-3 4 3
West. Mich. .000 000 16x-7 9 3
the eighth with hits. Duane
Emaar slashed what looked like
a double play ball to Moby Bene-
dict at short, but second sacker
Frank Ronan dr6pped the toss
and the bases were loaded.
Lowell Johnson then lofted
one to left that Bob Leach
couldn't quite hold on to, with
one man crossing the plate on
the play.
After Jerry O'Connell had walk-
ed to force the tying run in, Wis-
niewski settled down long enough
to strike out Jim Stevenson and
get Fouchey to hit into a force
play at the plate.
* * *
BUT THEN centerfielder Bill
Sportsquick
COLUMBUS, Ohio-(P)-Olym-
pie hurdles champion Harrison
Dillard announced yesterday he
will not compete in today's Ohio
Relays.
The former Baldwin-Wallace
College star wired officials he had
injured his back Thursday while
training and would not take part
in the 24-event program.
* . * *
PHILADELPHIA- () -H. Roy
Hamey, recently assistant general
manager of the New York Yankees
and former general manager of the
Pittsburgh Pirates, was picked by
the Philadelphia Phillies yesterday
as their first general manager in
more than six years.

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Lajoie lashed a single to right
driving in two runs, and when the
throw-in got past catcher Dick
Leach, Fouchey scored from first
while Lajoie went all the way to
third, from where he counted the
final tally a moment later on a
passed ball.
The Wolverines started things
off in a big way when they rak-
ed Fouchey for a pair of hits
good for two runs in their first
turn at bat.
Leadoff man Paul Lepley reach-
ed base on an infield error, and
was immediately sacrificed to sec-
ond by Ronan.
* * *
AFTER Howard Tommelein had
registered the first out, Don Ead-
dy singled thru short to send Lep -
ley across with the first run, and
scored a moment later when Jack
Corbett blasted a long triple,
Michigan registered its final
tally in the seventh without the
aid of a hit.
Eaddy was hit by a pitched ball,
advanced to third on an infield
error and an interference play
called on the catcher, and scored
on Benedict's infield out.
THE BRONCOS pushed across
their initial run in the seventh
when Johnson led off with a triple
and came home on O'Connell's
long fly.
With both hurlers going the
distance, Fouchey struck out
ten men and walked five in his
nine inning stint, while Wis-
niewski ousted seven on strikes
while giving up four passes.
Western outhit the Wolverines
9-4.
Every man in the Bronco line-
up but second baseman Stevenson
hit safely, with rightfielder John-
son the only one to solve Wis-
niewski's offerings more than once.
Firstbaseman Corbett led the
Wolverines at the plate with a
pair of hits, including his three-
bagger.
Coach Ray Fisher's crew will
play its fourteenth game in the
last sixteen days this afternoon
when they meet Toledo University
at Toledo.
The Wolverine mentor has in-
dicated that he will use both Cor-
bett and Jack Ritter on the mound.

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