SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1954
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE
Golfers Whip Wildcats;
Lose to Purdue, 19-17
World Shot Put Record Broken.
On Sixty Foot Toss by O'Brien'
Tommelein Blasts Iowa
Pitching for Four Hits
By JACK HORWITZ
Amidst rain and hail the Michi-
gan golf squad dropped its third
straight meet with Purdue, 19-17.
while defeating Northwestern,
211-14/2, in a triangular match
here, yesterday afternoon.
Don Albert, firing a low 78-74-
152 for, the Boilermakers, led his
squad to a 251/-101/ rout of the
Wildcats. Albert was medalist for
the meet with Michigan's Captain
Jack Stumpfig following closely
with a 75-79-154. Low scorer for
Northwestern was Howard Wey-
berg with an 82 for the morning
round and a 75 during the rainy
MICHIGAN lost its chance of
downing Coach Sam Voinoff's Pur-
due linksters when, in the after-
noon round, sophomore Bob Mc-
Masters and veteran Andy An-
drews, each of whom fired a fine
par 36 on the front nine, blew up
on the back side shooting 43 and
The Wolverines had little
trouble in downing the Wildcats
as only one man broke 80 in
the afternoon round. Michigan
led 11'/-61/ after the morning
tour and clinched the match al-
lowing Coach Sid Richardson's
squad only seven points in the
Rain and hail interrupted the
ma'eh several times in the after-
noon, halting play and making it
difficult for the golfers to score
accurately. After the completion
of the first nine holes of the after-
noon round, hail fell heavily and
all of the threesomes had to stop
play. When the storm subsided,
play was continued amidst a driz-
MAKING several long putts, yet
missing several short ones, the
Wolverines number two man, Bob
McMasters, had an 81-79-160 for
the day. On the eighth hole of the
second round McMasters' ball
hung precariously on the edge of
the hole for about twenty seconds
It's Crew Cut Time! !
The Dascola Barbers
near Michigan Theatre
before succumbing to the law of
gravity. Previously on sixth hole,
he effected a brilliant thirty-foot
Andrews shot fine front nines
in both rounds but blew up on
the back nines for duplicate
scores of 81. He also garnered an
identical two points against
Northwestern's Dick Aultman
both morning and afternoon
while gaining aAtotal of 21 2
points against Boilermaker Dick
Hampered by a painful shoulder
Senior Tad Stanford nevertheless
fired respectable rounds of 83 and
80 for a 163 total. Getting blanked
3-0 by Purdue's Bob Benning in
the first round, he came back in
the afternoon to down Benning
2 1 - ,.
SOPHOMORE Chuck Blackett
emerged as high point man for the
Wolverines as he grabbed four
points from Bob Krueger of Pur-
due and four and a half points
from Wildcat Tull Monsees. Dick
Harrison, playing in the sixth po-
sition showed that he is a man to
be reckoned with as he sored 81-
LAWRENCE, Kan. - (P) - Wes
Santee ran the two-mile in 8 min-
utes, 58 seconds flat, three-tenths
of a second under the intercollegi-
ate record, as Kansas swamped
Drake and Arkansas in a triangu-
lar track meet Saturday.
The long-legged Kansas ace,
making his last appearance at
Lawrence as a collegiate runner,
needed a blazing 61-second last
quarter to run under the record
8:58.3 set by Don Lash of Indiana
at the Princeton Invitational 18
MAJOR LEAGUE RESULTS
Detroit 12, Chicago (A) I
Philadelphia (A) at New York (A),
Cleveland 5, Baltimore 3
Washington at Boston, Postponed
New York (N) 2, Pittsburgh I
Brooklyn 3, Philadelphia (N) 1 (six
Milwaukee 3, Chicago (N) 2
St. Louis 7, Cincinnati 3
By Shot Ace
LOS ANGELES - Parry O'Br en
of Los Angeles made a shambles
of the supposedly unpenetrabl2 60-
foot mark in the shotput yester-
day, twice officially breaking the
distance and ending a record-shat-
tering day with an amazing toss of
60 feet 5% inches.
The 22-year-old holder of the
world record astounded several
thousand track and field fans
gathered for the UCLA-USC dual
Pacific Coast Conference meet. He
actually broke his own ivorld rec-
ord three times before concluding
* * *
AMERICA'S 1952 Olympic
champion tossed the 16-pound iron
ball unofficially 60 feet 4 inches in
his first warmup while still in his
The tremendousd60-foot-5 4put
came on his second official try.
The 220-pound former Univer-
sity of Southern California ath-
lete on his next appearance in
the ring let go for 60 feet /inch.
He then followed with tosses of
59 feet lt inches, an unofficial
59 feet 10% inches, and 58 feet
O'Brien last year set the official
world record of 59 feet 2% inches.
Two weeks ago he bettered the
mark in an exhibition at the Drake
Relays, registering 59 feet 94
H M'Captures Five Titles NCAA Sets
(Continued from Page 1)
hero in the nightcap. After Leach
doubled and Ray Pavichevich and
Paul Lepley walked to open the
third, Eaddy, the Grand Rapids
third baseman, smacked a long
single to left field to drive home
two teammates and give pitcher
Corbett his margin of victory.
After Eaddy's blow, Corbett set-
tied down and hurled masterful
ball. The only run off him was
garnered in the second inning on
a homerun by Don Waldren, who
smote the ball far over the left-
center field fence.
Sophomore Tommelein was the
offensive star for Michigan as he
tagged the Iowa hurlers for four
hits in seven trips to the plate,
In Conference Relays
Two-Mile Relay, Distance Relay Teams Set
Records; Nilsson Wins Shot Put and Discuss
Special to The Daily
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - Seven Illi-
nois Memorial Stadium records fell
as Michigan dominated the field at
the first annual Big Ten Outdoor
The Wolverines grabbed five ti-
tles to three for the host Illini, and
also captured five seconds.
* * *
THREE of the records fell to the
Maize and Blue cindermen, who
set new marks in the two-mile ie-
lay, distance medley relay, and
the discus. The meet was held in
spite of the rain and the 52 de-
gree temperature, which hamper-
ed the men considerably.
Captain Fritz Nilsson joined
Illinois' Willard Thomson as the
only double winners in the indi-
vidual events. Nilsson had noj
trouble winning the discus and
shot put, tossing the discus 172
feet 4 inches to break the old
stadium standard by over 14 feet,
The Wolverine two-mile relay
team, ranked as the nation's best,
shattered the stadium record by
16.5 seconds as it took the event
in 7:39.0, a new varsity outdoor
record. The Michigan quartet
edged Michigan State by two-
tenths of a second in gaining the
Cagers, Gridders Ending
Spring Practice Periods
Let's leave SHRINKING to the violets
RI S U N DErRWE A R
Hail and rain marked the warm-
up for the final Michigan spring
football practice scrimmage, yes-1
terday, as the Blue team downed
the Whites by eight touchdowns.
The practice scrimmage was
halted several times by rainstorms
and when a heavy burst of hail
started to fall, Coach Bennie Oos-
terbaan decided to call the game
to a halt and just continue with
blocking and passing practice.
IN THE SHORT game the Blue
Team, led by Fullback Fred Baer
and Left Half John Greenwood,
had rolled over the White Team
with a show of fine running and
Baer scored two touchdowns
on short runs over the goalline.
Greenwood plunged over the
goal for the first and fifth touch-
downs from three and eight feet
The Blue's other touchdowns
were scored by fullback Ed Hickey,
halfback Dave Hill and Ron Kra-
mer. Kramer took a long pass
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from quarterback Duncan McDon-
ald and scampered 40 yards to the
goalline. He showed some good
running with interference and fine
broken field running.
Injured quarterback Terry Barr
was on the sideline in sweat clothes
working out lightly and, according
to trainer Jim Hunt, will receive
treatments for the rest of the
school year for his injured leg.
The University of Michigan',
basketball team will conclude it's
spring practice with an inter-
squad game tomorrow night at the
The contest, which should prove
an interesting affair, will get un-
derway at 8 p.m.
Followers of the Wolverine
court team will be able to get an
early impression of how the
Maize and Blue might fair in the
1954-1955 campaign. Bill Perigo,
who is rounding out his second
year as coach of the Michigan
dribblers, has divided his team
into two evenly matched squads.
One of the highlights of this!
year's spring practice was the
breaking of Tom Jorgenson's foul
record by Wayne Van Sickle. Van
Sickle flipped 91 consecutive shots
through the cords which easily sur-
passed Jorgenson's old mark of
BIG TEN BASEBALL
Illinois 4-1, Ohio State 3-7
Michigan State 8-6, Minnesota 5-2
Purdue 9-3, Indiana 4-12
Wisconsin 7-il, Northwestern 5-10
WITH GEORGE Lynch running
a sparkling 4:15.6 anchor mile, the
Michigan distance medley relay
team also emerged with top hon-
ors. Lynch moved to the front on
his anchor lap and sprinted to the
finish line to win.
As was expected, Nilsson led
the Wolverines to the team title
in the discus. Under the meet
rules, the performances of both
entries of each school in the
field events were added together
to form a team total. Nilsson and
Roy Pella combined to give the
Wolverines a 334 feet % inch
total, winning by 53 feet.
Somewhat more unexpected were
the Michigan victories in the broad
jump and high jump. Mark Booth
and Milt Mead tied for first with
Illinois' Ron Mitchell at 6 feet 5
inches in the high jump to give
the Wolverines the team crown.
IN THE BROAD jump Junior
Stielstra grabbed individual hon-
ors with a leap of 22 feet 2%
inches. Coupled with Bill Michaels
performance, Stielstra's jump put
the Maize and Blue in front by
one quarter of an inch.
In Bowling Green Relays, run
under similar weather condi-
tions, the Michigan contingent
also grabbed top honors in two
relays. George Jayne, Bob Hall,
Dan Walter, and Geoff Dooley
captured the two-mile relay,
while Jayne, Hall, Pete Sutton,
and Jack Clements won the dis-
tance medley relay.
440-Yard Relay-. Illinois; 2. Indi-
ana; 3. tie, Michigan State and Min-
nesota. Time: 0:41.8. (New Memor-
ial Stadium record: old record, 42.9,
Two-Mile Relay-1. Michigan (Chris-
tiensen, Moule, Ross, Gray); 2.
Michigan State; 3. Ohio State. Time:
7:39.0. (New Memorial Stadium rec-
ord; old record, 7:56.5, Illinois, 1950)
880-Yard Relay-1. Indiana; 2. Michi-
gan; 3. Michigan State. Time: 1:26.6.
(New Memorial Stadium record:
old record, 1:27.6, Indiana, 1950.)
120-Yard, High Hurdles-1. Thomson
(Illinois); 2. corbelli (Michigan
State); 3. Toye (Northwestern).
One and One-Half Mile Run - 7.
Matthews (Purdue); 2. Wellman (In-
diana); 3. Lubina (Michigan).
Sprint Medley Relay-1. Illinois; 2.
Wisconsin; 3. Indiana. Time: 3:25.0.
(New Memorial Stadium record: old
record, 3:32.7, Northwestern, 1950.)
Discus - 1. Michigan (Pella, Nilsson);
2. Indiana; 3. Ohio State. Distance:
334 feet % inches.
Broad Jump-. Michigan (Stielstra,
Michaels); 2. Wisconsin; 3. Indiana.
Distance: 42 feet 8% inches.
Distance Medley Relay-1. Michigan
(Rudisell, Gray, Ross, Lynch); 2.
Indiana; 3. Ohio State. Time: 10:10.0.
(New Memorial Stadium record: old
record, 10:29.9, Indiana, 1950.)
Weight Men's 100-Yard Dash-1.
Stracka (Wisconsin); 2. Pella (Mich-
igan); 3. Bauer (Illinois). Time:
Shot Put-1. Indiana; 2. Michigan; 3.
Ohio State. Distance: 96 feet 64
220-Yard Low Hurdles-1. Thomson
(Illinois); 2. Hughes (Purdue); 3.
Fowler (Iowa). Time 0:22.7.
High Jump - 1. Michigan (Mead,
Booth); 2. Illinois; 3. tie, Iowa and
Wisconsin, Height: 12 feet 10 inches.
One-Mile Relay-. Illinois; 2. Michi-
gan; 3. Wisconsin. Time: 3:15.8.
Pole Vault-. Illinois; 2. Michigan;
3. Northwestern. Height: 26 feet.
In Tennis Tilt
ROME - WP - Underdog Budge
Patty upset Vic Seixas butAmer-
ica's female ace, Maureen Connol-
ly, came through with an easy vic-
tory Saturday in the Italian Inter-
national Tennis Tournament.
Patty, the former Los Angeles
player who now lives in Paris
and New York, whipped the
Philadelphian, 6-3, 6-2, 10-8.
Patty will meet Jaroslav Dobny
in the semi-finals.
CHICAGO - P)- The policy-
making council of the National
Collegiate Athletic Assn. yesterday
placed two schools on probation
for one year and "severely" repri-I
manded five for violations of the
NCAA athletic code.
On probation are Kansas State
College at Manhattan, Kan., and
North Carolina State College at,
Raleigh, N. C.
Reprimanded are Seton Hall
University of South Orange, N.
J., and four schools of the Bor-
der Intercollegiate Athletic Con-
versity, Texas Technological
College, University of Arizona at
Tucson, and West Texas State
North Carolina State was pro-
hibited under the probation from
participating in. the national col-I
in 1955 should it get that far in
All of the schools were cited
for "tryouts" of prospective bas-
ketball or football players.
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MICHIGAN AB R
Cline, cf 3 0
Ronan, 2b 4 0
Lepley, rf 5 0
Eaddy, 3b 4 2
Corbett, lb 2 1
*Pavichevich, lb 1 0.
Tommelein, if 4 2
Benedict, ss 3 1
Leach, c 3 1
Wisniewski, p 4 1
Totals 33 8
* Batted for Corbett in
Totals 33 3 6
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