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SUNDAY, APRM 19, 1954

TRIP MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

SUNDAY, APRIL iS, 1954 THE MICHI~A~ DAILY PAGE THREE
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1Vichigan

Golf, Baseball Teams

Trip

Oppl-ionents

Wolverines Register 14-4
Triump'i Over Toledo Nine

Stump fig Stars as'
Linksters Down U of D

Two Relay Squads, Nilsson
Capture Firsts at Ohio State
(a a > - --

Benedict, Cline Hammer
Ritter, Peterjohn, Ferrelli

Four-Baggers;
Strike Out 16

(Special to The Daily),
TOLEDO - Rebounding from
their second straight defeat by
Western Michigan, Michigan's
baseball team coasted to an easy
14-4 victory over Toledo University
here yesterday.
The Wolverines scored seven
runs in a big third inning to ce-
ment the victory for starting
pitcher, Jack Ritter, who toiled
the first six innings and gave up
only one run and four hits.
* *
THRLEE runs and similar num-
ber of safeties were added by the
Toledo nine in the last inning off
third Michigan hurler Mark Fer-
relli, who had relieved Dick Pe-
terjohn.
Peterjohn struck out five in
his two innings on the hill and
did not allow a single hit. Rit-
ter was equally effective strik-
ing out 10 while issuing only
three bases on balls.
Breaking out of a hitting slump
which cost them two victories ear-
lier 'in the week, Ray Fisher's de-
fending NCAA champions pound-
ed out 13 hits including homeruns
by Danny Cline and second-base-
man Moby Benedict.
** *
BENEDICT'S blast came in the
eighth inning and accounted for
three Michigan runs. Peterjohn
had reached base on an error by
Toledo shotrstop Tom Alberts, and
Tony Branoff, who had replaced
Cline in the Michigan outfield,
had walked to place two Wolver-
ines on the bases at the time of
the circuit clout.
Cline's round-tripper came in
the seventh inning with the
sacks empty. The hit was his
third of the afternoon and pro-
vided the Michigan squad with
its tenth run.
The lone Toledo tally before the
three-run outburst in the ninth
frame was provided by a home-
run off the bat of second-sacker
Ted Mackey in the third inning.
* * *
THE RUN ,matched the single
score that the Michigan nine had
scored its first time at bat, but
didn't even dent the eight run
lead the visitors had piled up.
Five hits and three walks ac-
counted for the seven big runs
in the Michigan third inning.
Twelve men came to the plate
in the frame which virtually;

sewed up the game for the Wol-
verines.
Insurance tallies were picked up
in the sixth and ninth innings be-
sides the runs which scored via
the homerun route. Don Eaddy
tallied the ninth Michigan run in
the sixth when he scored on an in-
field out after reaching base on
his second of three hits.
* * *
HE SCORED again in the ninth
to provide the winners with their
final run of the afternoon. The
first of the fourteen was tallied by
Benedict who led off the first
frame with a base on balls and
eventually scored on a fielder's
choice.
Every member of the starting
Michigan line-up with the excep-
tion of first baseman Jack Corbett
and Peterjohn broke into the hit-
ting column as the Wolverines had
a field day at the .plate.
Tuesday the Wolverines return
to action with a game in Detroit
with Wayne University. Including
the spring tour in which the Maize
and Blue won seven of nine con-
tests, the season's record for Fish-
er's squad stands at 10 wins and
four losses.
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DAN CLINE
... smacks homer

By HANLEY GURWIN
Bert Katzenmeyer's Michigan
linksters opened their regular sea-
son yesterday by handing the Uni-
versity of Detroit a 23-13 setback
at the University Golf Course.
Wolverine Captain Jack Stump-
fig was the medalist for the 36-
hole match with a very fine score
of 147. His total, only three strokes
over par, was compiled under mud-
dy playing conditions, in low tem-
peratures, and in a stiff wind
which handicapped the golfers.
STUMPFIG played steady golf
all day in compiling his low score
with his putter working especially
well in the afternoon. On the front
nine of the secqnd eighteen, he
had seven one-putt greens, and
used his putter only 11 times.
The Wolverines piled up a
13-5 lead at the end of 18 holes
and coasted to their first dual
meet victory of the young sea-
son. Previously the Maize and
Blue squad had dropped two
matches, one each to North Car-
olina and Duke, on its southern
tour during spring vacation.
While the weather kept most
of the scores relatively higher than
usual, a few good rounds were
turned in. Michigan's Bob Mc-

ters. However, all that the Titan
duo could muster was the two
points that Stelter won over
McMasters on the afternoon
round, when the Wolverine slip-
ped to an 80.
Michigan's second group of Dick
Harrison and Tad Stanford man-
aged to pick up four of six points
in the morning round and three
more in the afternoon. Stanford,
with an 82, took three points from
Titan Tom Chisholm while Harri-
son was only able to pick up one
point from Detroit's Ray Conlon.
*I * *
THE AFTERNOON round found
Stanford picking up two more
points from Chisholm while Har-
rison again scored only one from
Conlon. The Titan shot a 76, the
fourth best round of the day, to
pick up two points for the losers.
The Wolverine's third group
was paced by junior Andy An-
drews who picked up 51/, out of
a possible six points. Andrews
won all three points in the aft-
ernoon round with a brilliant 73
to go with his mediocre total
of 80 which he registered in the
morning. His victim in both
rounds was Detroit's Bud Bel-
anger.
The sixth Wolverine linksman

Stager, Harlan'
Appointed NewI
Tank Coaches
(Continued from Page 1)
Although Stager knew Harlan
through their competitive years,
he has never worked with the
diver. The two com'peted at ap-
proximately the same time.
Stager said that he was "very
pleased" at being named to the
position and equally as pleased to
have Harlan as his diving coach.,
Of Harlan's appointment he said,
"I didn't expect to get such a
break. It will be a pleasure work-
ing with him."
HE ALSO said, "Bruce can
bring us talent from areas that
Michigan has not been able to
draw from before." Ohio and Cali-
fornia were the two sections of
the country that Stager referred
to.
Although they are not going
to officially begin the coaching
duties until the fall, Stager said
that Harlan is flying east to
Ann Arbor sometime this spring
with the other half of the
coaching duo and the team.
CUBS SCORE 23!

(Special to The Daily)
COLUMBUS - Michigan's two
prize relay teams-the distance
medley and two mile quartets-
had little trouble winning day's
top events here at the Ohio Sta-
dium yesterday afternoon as Coach
Don Canham's 35-man squad
dominated action in the annual
Ohio Relays.
Captain P-.,itz Nilsson swept a
double victory in the two weight
events as Wolevines plabed in ev-
ery event they entered,
* * *
THE DISTANCE medley team
easily outran second place Ohio
State as Pete Gray turned in a
1:55.7 half, Bill Barton a 51.6
quarter, John Moule a tremendous
3:05.4 three-quarters, and John
Ross a 4:21.8 mile.
Penn State took t hird with
Michigan State Normal fourth.
Geoff Dooley and Roy Chris-
tiansen joined Ross and Gray in
two mile relay where anchorman
Gray in the two mile relay
where anchorman Gray pulled
away from front-running Michi-
gan State in the last 100 yards
to win in 7:44.7.
Christiansen, running in the
third position, sped a 1:54.1 half,
the best he's ever done.

FRITZ NILSSON
. .. double winner
A COUPLE more Wolverine re-
lay teams placed high while an-
other was disqualified. The mile
foursome of Dave Hessler, Bob Ru-
disell, Jack Carroll, and Grant
Scruggs took second behind Pur-
due's winning 3:16.6 time, while
Rudisell, Jim Love, Bob-Brown,
and John Vallortigara picked up
a third in the 440 yard relay.

Michigan was ousted in the 880
relay for running in the wrong
lane.
Nilsson won the shot put with
a 54' 6" toss and then heaved
the discus 168' 14" for the sec-
ond best effort in the nation this
year. Teammate Roy Pella plac-
ed second with a 156' throw.
Wolverine sophomore Mark
Booth took the runner-up spot in
the high jump an inch under 11-
lini Ron Mitchell's winning 6' 6"
leap. Milt Mead tied for third at
6' 2".
A FRESHMAN, Laird Sloan,
won the 600 in a good 1:14.5 to
gain Michigan's fifth victory of
the day.
Lawton Lamb, former Illinois'
star now wearing the colors of
the Chicago Athletic Club, won
the mile in 4:19.6 but from there
on it was all Michigan's race.
Lamb was chased across the
finish line by Wolverines George
Lynch, grad student Toby Max-
well, Ron Wallingford, Al Lubina,
and George Clements in that or-
der.
Lynch came back to place fourth
in the one and one-half mile,
while Love took third and fresh-
man Dick Flodin fourth in the 300
and Roger Maugh fourth in the
pole vault.
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MICHIGAN AB
Cine, cf ................4
Branoff, If ..............0
Benedict; ss .............3,
Lepley, rf................5
Eaddy, 3b...............5
Corbett, if.............2
Tommelein, ef..........2
Pavichevich, lb..........5
Ronan, 2bh..............3
Finch, 2b ...............3
Leach, c ................4
Ritter, p ................4
Peteriohn, p............2
Ferreili, p ................0
Perry* ..................1
Totals...............43
* Struck out for Ritter
TOLEDO AB
Mackey, 2b.............4
Takacs, cf.............4
Smith, lb ................4
Morse, 3b.............3
Haggerty, If.........,...4
Alberts, ss..............4
Miller, rf...............3
Hoppe, c ...............2
Marshall, p.............0
Pazdior, p . .........4
Totals ...............32
MICHIGAN ............107
TOLEDO ..............001

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Masters, teaming with Stumpfig il was Larry Reger in the first round
the first foursome, led the parade and Chuck Blackett in the after-
in the morning with a one over noon, but neither was too suc-
par 73. cessful. Reger managed to win
* * * only a 1%2 point with his 41-41-82
THE DETROIT sophomore tour- while Blackett lost all three to De-
ed the course in 38 for the front troit's Ray Maisevich who shot
nine and 35 for the back side to a 78 to go with his morning round
register his low score. The combi- of 81.
nation of Stumfig and McMasters Next Saturday the Wolverines
picked up all six points, one each open their Big Ten schedule with
for best front nine, best back nine,: a quadrangular meet with Ohio
and best total 18, to give the Mich- State, Indiana, and defending
igan team its early lead, conference champion Purdue atE
U. of D.'s coach, Professor Columbus, Ohio.
William Kelly Joyce, had count- The Titans will get a chance to
ed on his number one twosome of even the score with Michigan when
Bill Huetteman and Ron Stelter the Wolverines go to Detroit for a
to pick up valuable points return engagement later in the
against Stumpfig and McMas- season.

ichioan Co-op Beats Fletcher
As Independent Softball Opens

Hurler Tom Despres paced
Michigan Co-op to a 16-5 win
over Fletcher Hall as the Inde-
pendent softball season got un-
der way yesterday afternoon.
Despres was credited with sev?
en strikeouts, three of them com-
ing the third inning when he
struck out the side. He also aid-
ed in 'the runs department as he
and Bob Ames of Fletcher Hall
garnered the only homeruns of
the encounter.

gagement the Les Canadiens
whipped the Kangaroo Club,
22-8.
Led by the effective, yet often
erratic, pitching of Bill McFar-
land and George Chin's booming
bat, the Canadiens built a huge
20-0 lead in the first two innings
which the Kangaroo Club, head-
ed by pitcher-hitter Bill Winkler,
found insurmountable.
In other games the Foresters
beat Nelson House, 7-2, and Gam-
ma Delta bested Roger Williams,
9-5. The Pill Pushers won over the
Arabs on a forfeit.

Tigers, White Sox, Brave
- ----------
By The Associated Press Art Houtteman, blasted for five
BALTIMORE-The Detroit Tig- runs in the first inning, was the
ers used ,two of their three hits loser.
in the fourth inning to score a *

Win Tilts-

A VERY UNUSUAL incident
took place as Michigan Co-op ef-
fected a triple play in the second
- inning. With the bases loaded and
no outs, Fletcher's Gene Patter-

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BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY OUT
TO EASTER DINNER'

1-0 victory over the Baltimore{
Orioles yesterday.
A shivering crowd of 9,955 was
treated to hot pitching as Ned1
Garver, once a member of the
opposition when it was the St.
Louis Browns, limited the Orioles
to five singles.
Joe Coleman gave the Tigers
three hits, two of them by short-
stop Harvey Kuenn, in eight
innings, and Howie Fox stopped
them in the ninth.j
The Tigers didn't get a hit un-
til the fourth when Kuenn, last
year's American League rookie
star, broke the ice. Ray Boone
drew one of the two walks issued
by Coleman. Walt Dropo then
scored Kuenn with the game's
only run on a single to center.
. * * *
WHITE SOX 8, INDIANS 1
CLEVELAND-Powered by hom-
ers by Chico Carrasquel, Jim Ri-
vera and Ferris Fain, the Chicago
White Sox defeated the Cleveland
Indians 8-1 behind the sharp
pitching of righthander Bob Kee-
gan, who allowed four singles.
It was Chicago's' first win of
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BRAVES 5, REDS 1
MILWAUKEE - Lew Burdette
limited the hard-hitting Cincin-
nati Redlegs to seven singles and
Johnny Logan bashed two home
Major League
Standings
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runs as the Milwaukee Braves
coasted to a 5-1 victory before
40,928 fans in County Stadium.
The lanky righthander held' the
Redlegs hitless from the second
' through the fifth after yielding
one run in the opening inning and
then relaxed when his mates built
up a substantial margin.
CUBS 23, CARDS 13
CHICAGO-The Chicago Cubs,
blasting six oppbsing pitchers for
20 hits, ran up their highest score
in 32 years, crushing the St. Louis
j Cardinals 23-13 in the longest
nine-inning game in National
League history-three hours and
43 minutes.
The Cubs, who battered St. Lou-
is 13-4 in the season opener, pro-
duced their greatest run total
since defeating Philadelphia 26-23
in 1922.
Saturday's weird contest before
14,609 Wrigley Field fans, played
in a brisk wind, included a total
of 35 hits, 16 of them for extra
bases.
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