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° SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FAGL "TIM

SUNDAY, MAY?, 1954 TINE 1~HUflIGAN DAILY FAGE THREE

olverines Cop
Hilltoppers, Broncols
No Match for Michigan
Gray Conquers Ross In Half Mile Race;
Nilsson Captures Discus, Shot Put Events

ack Aleet; IW etters

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TrampleIVi
Purdue Victor In Four
Team Contest;-'M' Third

Special to The Daily
KALAMAZOO - Turning in
some of their best performances
to date, Michigan cindermen, led
by double victor Fritz Nilsson, col-
lected 95 points yesterday to de-
feat both Western Michigan and
Marquette in a triangular meet.
at Kalamazoo.
With the Weather providing
some of the best running condi-
tions seen yet this spring, Wolver-
ine track men took 10 first places
out of a possible 14. Western
Michigan, which took second in
the meet with 31 points, account-
ed for three firsts, led by Ira
? Murchison, a double winner in the
sprints.
* * *
MURCIIISON turned in excel-
lent times in both events, win-
ning the 100 yard dash in :09.6,
and the 220 in :21.2 Marquette col-
lected 25 points while coming in
last in the three team meet.
'M' team captain Fritz Nilsson
served notice to Big Ten weight
men that he was the one to beat,
a~s he took both the shot-put
and the discus events, breaking
Western Michigan field records
in the process. Nilsson's per-
formance was probably the best
'double' in track history.
He threw the discus 173 feet,
the second best throw of his life,
an put the shot 55 feet 2 inches,
also his second best effort. His
teammate, Roy Pella took second
in the weight events, also breaking
the old Western Michigan field
record in the discus.
IN THE HALF mile run, the
duel between Pete Gray and John
Ross, both of Michigan, turned out
to be all that was expected, as both
men turned in the best times
they've ever run over that dis-
tance.
Gray edged out Ross by a step,
with the excellent time of 1:52.1
Ross' time was 1:52.3 Strangley
enough, their first quarter mile
was far too slow, and only their
fast finishing 440 of 55 seconds

gave them the good times they
had. Michig:an's Roy Christian-
sen took third place.
Grant Sciruggs and Jack Car-
roll took 1-2 in the 440 yard run
for Michigan, also turning in their
best times so far this year.
Scrugg's winning time was :48.7,
and Carroll turned the distance in
:48.9, inches behind the winner.
* * *
JUNIOR Sielstra was a surprise
winner in tVhe 220 yard low hurdles,
taking that event for Michigan
in the time of :23.7. His teammate,
Jin Love, came in second. Sielstra
abso took second place in the broad
juimp, losing to NCAA champ
John Bennett of Marquette.
In the pole vault, Michigan's
rDave Hilberry and Rog Maughi
tied for first place, clearing the
.bear at 13 feet 4 inches. Bob Ap-
Npleman of Michigan was third,
Ilout suffered an arm injury in
This last effort. Just how bad the
ajury is isn't known yet.
Milt Mead of Michigan won the
high jump with a leap of 6 feet
5.4 inches.
The mile relay was one handily
by the Michigan foursome of Bob
Brown, Bob Rudisell, Jack Carroll,
any Grant Scruggs. Their time
wcs 3:21.1.
Kentueky Derby
Won by Determine
LOUISVILLE - (P) - Deter-'
mine, a little package of dynamite
fram California, became the first
gray horse in history to win the
Kentucky Derby as he caught the
front-running Hasty Road about
a sixteenth of a mile from home
ye sterday in the 80th running of,
An rierica's horse race classic.
'With a wildly screaming throng
of 100,000 watching the $124,100!
th riller, jockey Ray York put his
pi fit-sized colt ahead of the 16
other 3-year-olds to drag down
th richest purse since the Derby
wo s inaugurated in 1875.

Iederhmnder,
Sophs Sparkle
In Court Win
special to The Daily
EVANSTON, Illinois-The Uni-
versity of Michigan tennis team
wn it's second match in as many
days as it humbled the North-
western Wildcats, 7-2, yesterday'
afternoon.
The victory was the first Wol-
verine triumph over a Big Ten op-
ponent. They had previously tied
Indiana, 2-2, in a hard fought
match.
* *" M
NORTHWESTERN got off to an1
early lead as Al Kuhn defeated
Al Mann, 6-4, 6-2, in the number#
one singles match.
Michigan tied the score when
Paul Bennent lost to Pete Paul-
us, 8-6, 3-6, 6-1. In just about
the longest contest of the day
Paulus, playing steadily, outlast-
ed the tiring Bennent.
BOB PALEY started it off as he

BOB NEDERLANDER
... wins handily

defeated Gerry Stager in a close
contest, 6-3, 3-6, 6-1. In the num-
ber four singles, Bob Nederlander
had an easy time as he defeated
John Clendenin in straight sets,
6-2, 6-1.
The two sophomores on Bill
Murphy's squad had little
trouble in beating their adver-
saries. Bob Mitchell and Bob
Sassone trounced Bob Meyer and
Bart Richardson, 6-2, 6-0, and
6-1, 6-1. respectively. ..
The Maize and Blue won two
of the three doublesumatches to
win going away. Mann and Ne-
derlander teamed to beat Kuhn
and Bennent, 5-7, 6-3, 6-2, while
Paulus and Paley lost to Jager and
Clendenin, 6-4, 6-1. In the number
three doubles, Mitchell and Sas-
sone combined to annihilate Meyer
and Richardson, 6-0, 6-0.

(special to The Daily)
LAFAYETTE, Indiana - Pur-
due's golf team, led by Don Albert's
brilliant play, edged Ohio State
here yesterday to take first place
in a quadrangular meet with the
Buckeyes, Michigan and Illinois.
Michigan finished in third po-
sition.
ALBERT, one of the nation's
top collegiate golfers, shot a siz-
zling 71-71-142 to take medalist
honors for the day. Teammate
Dick Norton followed closely on
his heels, shooting a pair of 73's
for a 146 total.
Bert Katzenmeyer's Wolver-
ines placed no better than in
last week's meet. They topped
Illinois, 19-17, in the battle for
the third slot.
Bob McMasters, 72-76-148, led
Michigan. Jack Stumpfig, usually'
the low scorer, played well but ran
into some difficulty in his aft-
ernoon round.
THE CAPTAIN of the Maize and
Blue had a 75 round in the morn-
ing and was doing well as the aft-
ernoon action progressed. His tee

shot on the 120-yard, par three
thirteenth hole landed in a ra-
vine, and it took him seven more
strokes to hole out.
Especially pleasing to Kay-
zenmeyer was the constantly-
improving Chuck Blackett. The
sophomore got off to a slow
start and had a total of 81 in
the morning eighteen, but shot
an excellent 72 in the afternoon
round.
Tad Stanford, 156, Dick Harri-
son, 165, and Lanny Reger, 170,
rounded out the Michigan scor-
ing. Stanford took many an as-
pirin tablet to relieve the pain in
his ailing shoulder.
OHIO STATE, which had easily
beaten Purdue at Columbus last
week, could not duplicate the feat
on the Boilermakers' course. The
Buckeyes lost, 19/2-162, but had
less trouble with Michigan, whom
they beat, 24-12.
BIG TEN BASEBALL SCORES
Michigan 6-3, Illinois 1-2
Purdues0-5, Michigan State 12-2
Ohio State 2-0, Wisconsin 1-1
Iowa 3-1-0, Minnesota 2-6-7

ACE MICHIGAN HURLERS Marv Wisniewski (left) and Jack
Corbett (right) teamed up yesterday to pitch the Wolverines to a
twin victory over Illinois. Wisniewski won the first game, 6-1,
striking out ten, while Corbett won the nightcap, 3-2, on a four
hitter.
Football Scrimmage Featured
ByLongRns, Sharp Passing

By LEW HAMBURGER

1 a

In a long, all-afternoon practice
which coach Bennie Oosterbaan
termed "ragged," Michigan's foo:-
ball team completed its second
week of spring practice.
The scrimmage was marked by
many breakaway runs on the part
of Tom Hendricks, Fred Baer, Dave
Hill, and Ed Hickey. The passing
attack also looked better than pre-,
vious practices, as passes clicked
for several long gains throughout
the afternoon.
** *
HEND:RICKS, while running
from the tailback position brake{
away for long runs several timesj
passed for three scores. His tre-
mendous speed enabled him to
outrn the defense on quite a fewj

occasions and he may prove to bej
a big help next fall.
Baer and Hill, the two full-
backs who are battling for the
starting assignment, broke
through the line several times.
Hickey, running from the tail-
back slot, also demonstrated
ability to break away.
The ends stood out as possibily
one of the strongest points on the
team. Ron Kramer, East Detroit
freshman, continued his fine
spring showing, scoring twice on
pass catches and proving to be ex-
tremely hard to bring down. Gerry
Williams and John Veselnak, two!
of last year's lettermen, also made
several good gains on pass recep-
tions.
CAPTAIN Ted Cachey was an-j
other standout at the seession. AlsoI
in the line, John Morrow continued
to demonstrate his versatility by
doing some sharp tackling at hisj
newly acquired tackle position.I
Jim Bates and John Peckham
handled most of the work at cen-
ter.
All four quarterbacks, lettermen
Lou Baldacci, Duncan McDonald,
and, Ray Kenega, and freshman
Jim Maddock, all threw for con-
sidareble yardage and handled the
ball well.
I-M Briefs
SOFTBALL
Newman Club i5, MCF 5
Mich. Co-op 3, Nelson 2
Kangaroos 13, Pill Pushers 0
MCF 22, Roger Williams 8
Hawaiians defeated Union Wait-
ors (forfeit)

Cose Shave
SECOND GAME
ILLINOIS AB R H E
Scott, c .., .« .. .,3 ?0
D~udas, ss........ ...3 4) 0 0
Mak~sud, cf...,...«.... 3 0 0) 0
West, If.........2 1 1 0
Ultes, 2b ...,....,......0 0 0
caiman, rf...........2 0 0 0
Hester, 3b.........3 0 I 0
Hooper, 11)..........2.... 0
Flynn, p.....,.......1 0 0 0
Fiegenbutz, rf.....1 1 1 1
Sabalaskey, p_......A 0 0 ) 0
*Fort ..............1 0 0 0
Totals ..........24 2 4 0
*grounded out for Hooper in 7th
MICHIGAN AB R H E
Branoff, i...........1 1 0
Ronan, 2b......,.... 3 0 1 0
Lepley, rf '..........1 2 1 0
Eaddy, 3b..........:3 0 3 0
Corbett, p.. ...........2 0 0 0
Pavichevich, 1,..3 0 0 0
Benedict, ss.........2 0 0 1
D. Leach, c.- :- 0 1 0
Cline, of ...........3 0 1 0
Tommelein, if.......1 0 0 0
Totals ..........24 3 8 1
Illinois..........010 001 0-2 4 0
MICHIGAN .. .101 010 x-3 8 1

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By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON - The Detroit
Tigers blasted Spec Shea for four
runs in the first inning and breez-
ed to a 6-1 victory over Washing-
ton yesterday as Steve Gromek
limited the Senators to four hits
in registering his fourth straight
win.
New York-The Cleveland In-
dians swept their two game series
with the New York Yankees by
whipping the world champions
10-2 yesterday. Early Wynn lim-
ited the losers to six hits, while
the Tribe garnered twelve safeties
off of four Yankee pitchers.
* * *
Boston-FIREMAN Virgil Trucks
tossed a brilliant one-hitter at
Boston as the league-leading Chi-
cago White Sox defeated the Red
Sox 3-0.
Billy Goodman got the only
safety for the losers, when he
hit a single with two out in the
sixth inning.
Philadelphia-Rookie Jim Fini-
gan's line drive single sent Don.
Bollweg scampering home fron,
second base to give the Philadel-
phia Athletics a 2-1 victory over
the Baltimore Orioles in a game
that went ten innings.

Cincinnati - JOHNNY Temple
hit a single in the eleventh inning
to drive home the winning run as
the Cincinnati Redlegs gained a
'11-6 verdict over the Brooklyn Dod-
gers yesterday. The win enabled
the Redlegs to climb back into
first place ahead of the Dodgers.
Milwaukee - Granny Hamner
lashed a 400-foot double to the
left centerfield fence with two
mates on base in the tenth inn-
ing.to give the Philadelphia
Phillies a 4-3 victory over the
Milwaukee Braves.
St. Louis-A bases-loaded fly to

left field by Rip Repulski brought
Wally Moon in from third with
the winning run in the 10th inningt
as the St. Louis Cardinals defeated
the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-4 yester-
day.
Chicago-Hank Sauer homered
and doubled to account for three
runs in leading the Chicago Cubs
to a 4-3 victory over the New York
Giants yesterday. Johnny Klipp-
stein won his first game, while{
Hoyt Wilhelm who came in in theI
eighth was tagged with the loss.

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St. Louis . .. .8 6
Philadelphia 8 6
Brooklyn ....9 7
New York.....8 7
Chicago . . ...5 6
Milwaukee .. .5 9
Pittsburgh . . .6 11

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Washington . .6
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