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SUNDAY, MAY 23 1934

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THRLL

SUNDAY, MAY ~, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

A ZAILXJVJ AXILL1'iG

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Hasty Road
raptunes
Preakness
Nips Correlation.
By Neck in Upset
} BAL~TIMORE - (R' Big,
and rough Hasty Road flew
in front most of the way y',sterday
to defeat the heavily favored Cor-
relation by a neck in a thrilling
finish of the $140,150 Preakness
Stakes at Pimlico race course.
This 78th running of Maryland's
classic was marred somewhat by
a bumping contest an eighth of
a mile from the finish and the
crowd of 29,604 had to wait out a
15-minute delay as stewards look-
ed at the films after a foal claim
against Correlation.
Second in Derby
r
Actually, it appeared as if Hasty
Road, the dark bay speedster who
A finished second in the Kentucky
Derby three weeks ago, nad been
the cause of some of the trouble.
The foul claim was lodged by Ar-
nold Kirkland, who rode Hassey-
ampa, the third horse across the
finish line a length and a half be-
hind the rangy Correlation.
Second Choice
Hasty Road, second choice at
9-2 and owned by the Hasty House
Farms of Mr. and Mrs. Allie Reu-
ben of Toledo, O., was put on the
lead after the first eighth of a
mile by veteran jockey Johnny
Adams, who was winning his first
Preakness.
Adams had Hasty Road near the
.rail. as Correlation came charging
up only heads apart, with Hassey-
ampa moving at the same time
alongside the California colt;
Suddenly Hasty Road came out,
and appeared to bump Correla-
tion slightly., Hasseyampa-right
behind-had no place to go ht
Kirkland reigned up sharply,
and had to take Hasseyampa,
owned by the Walmac Farm of R.
Bulletin
PHILADELPHIA-(OP)-Char-
les Albert "Chief" Bender, one
of baseball's great all - time
pitchers and a member of the
Hall of Fame, died yesterday
at the age of 71.

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PITCIIERS' PARADE

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Chisox Trip
Indians and
DETROIT - (N) - Using sevenI
pitchers, the Chicago White Sox
strengthened their hold on third
place by downing the Detroit Tig-
ers yesterday, 5-3. By scoring three
times off five pitchers in the
eighth, the Tigers were able to
surge ahead, 3-2. However, their
lead was shortlived as Minnie Min-
oso slugged out a homer in the
top of the ninth to drive in two
teammates ahead of him. With
the tying runs on second and third,
Bob Keegan, the seventh ChicagoI
pitcher of the game, retired Frank
Bolling for the final out.
Indians 4, Orioles 3
CLEVELAND-()-A tenth inn-
ing single by Al Smith, which
drove in Rudy Regaldo from sec-
ond, gave the Cleveland Indians
their ninth straight victory Satur-
rdn 4 d-qinvr tho lTi0H~

Tigers, 5-3;
Yankees Win
- - -- -

W in T wice
From TscNetters Trample
For Crown illini Sextet 7.2

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-Daily-Chuck Kelsey
TOP ATHLETE-The Michigan Daily trophy for the outstanding
Intramural athlete of the year was awarded yesterday to Don
Peterson, left, by Dave Livingston, Daily Sports Editor. This marks
the second straight year Peterson, the mainstay of Gomberg's
residence hall champions, has been named top athlete by I-M
Director Earl Riskey and his staff. The former varsity football star
participated in 14 sports, including all nine of Gomberg's cham-
pionship teams. Among others considered for the honor were

homer with two teammates aboard EAST LANSING-(P)-Michigan
climaxed a five-run outburst in the State, newest member of the con- By ALAN EISENBERG
ight ference, won its first Big 1 base-three man had no trouble at all
nightcap, eecwnisfrtBg1 ae The University of Michigan ten- i ipsn ftesokbod
ball c irte 11hampionship estaerday nsby in disposing of the stocky, blo
Dodgers 3, Pirates 1 bl hminhpysedyb nis team won its sixth consecutive haired, Illini netter. It took Paley
BROOKLYN - () - Duke Sni- sein t -4 and 6-5 match yesterday as it trounced only 35 minutes to pick up the
de' he-u oe ntetidOhio State, 6-4ad65 Illinois, 7-2.1
der's three-run homer in the third The Spartans clinched the title ling ber aMaize and Blue's first victory of
inning was too much for Pitts- in the eighth inning of the night- Playing before a slim crowd and the afternoon.
burgh as Brooklyn downed the of In one of his best performances
Pirates, 3-1. The Bucs attack left single to center, scoring Dantof the 1954 season, Pete Paulus
15 men on base despite 10 hits and Brown from second base. It broke whipped Roger Bielefeld in straight
seven walks off Russ Meyer, Erv a 5-5 tie. sets, 6-3, 6-1. Rushing the net
Palica, and Jim Hughes. Michigan State won the opener nicely, as well as showing a good
Giants 5,.Phillies 0 with a four-run blast in the sev- drop shot and a powerful serve, it
enth inning knockin ut Ohio took Paulus only 50 minutes to
PHILADELPHIA - ()- Ruben give Michigan its second victory of
Gomez gave up six hits yesterday State's ace, Paul Ebert. It was thveMiday. t ecn icoyo
as h Y r Gi s s tEbert's first setback of thfe season. tedy
as the New York Giants shut out Eetsfrtstdko h esn Bob Nederlander dropped John
the Philadelphia Phillies, 5-0, be- In the nightcap, the Buckeyes Greee ne droud Jin
fore 12,183 disheartened fans at scored twice in the top of the sev- Greenleaf in the number four sin-
Cone1~c tdu. saenth to take a 5-3 lead but MSC giles match, 6-2, 6-2. The match,
Connie Mack Stadium.d t a5 l t Ms played primarily in the backcourts,
___ bounced right back with two runs
in its half of the seventh to tie the was marked by long unspectacular
score and force the game into volleys. Nederlander, playing very
overtimes. steadily, was in control all the way.
BcWith one away in the bottom of Woods Excels
Bu ov CFthe eighth, Dan Brown singled for In the number one singles set-
Michigan State and took second to, Conrad Woods thumped Al
n 5 0 rwhen Bob Williams walked. Brown Mann, 6-1, 6-3. Neither man was
raced home with the title-clinch- prone to rush the net, and as a
ing run when centerfielder Powell result, this match was also filled
INDIANAPOLIS - OPf') - Last looped his winning hit to center.hwithhlngvole sosilhi
year's winner of the classic Me- Bill Mansfield, son of Wiscon- w o'hset victysod the
morial Day auto race at the Indi- sin's coach, who was trying to tie asy two set victory, showed the
anapolis Speedway, Bill Vukovich, Michigan State for the title, was BOB MITCHELL experts call him one of the best
qualified for this months race yes- the winning pitcher in the second . . . double winner tennis players in the Big Ten.
terday with a disappointing time game. He hurled only the eighthTm
of 138.478 miles per hour. inning, retiring Ohio State in 1-2-3 clouds, the Wolverine netters pro- The Illini's number one singles
duced one of their best perform- man exhibited, time after time, a
The speed was little better than order, beautiful back-handed crossing "
the qualifying time that brought ances of the year., and awklpaced droshot,
him the pole position in 1953, when Paley Wins Easily shot, and a well placed drop shot
. . . { Twice in the first set Mann, while
he sped around the track in the 10 L l jl Ai Amid roars of the spectators he was serving, was ahead 40-15.
mile trial in 138.392. from adjoining areas, where a At this point, however, Woods ap-
Vukovich became the second - SP'R T track meet and a baseball game plied the pressure and fought his
driver of the day to qualify as he j were in progress, Bob Paley over- way back to cop the games.
wahakt optegms

Nonnie Weistock and WarrenN
Kappa Sigma's Don Mitchell, D
Lloyd House's Jack Watson, andI
of Gomberg.
PAST RECORD BRIGH
Wolverines At
First Tennis Ij
By DICK CRAMER
With a more than adequate
showing in its inter-collegiate dual
meets this season, Michigan's ten-
nis squad has raised the hopes of
its followers for one of the most
successful net campaigns in recent
years.
The principal requirement for a
really successful net season would
be a first place finish in the Big
Ten Championship playoffs, which
will be held at Champaign, Illi-
nois, next weekend. From their rec-
ord of 11 wins, 3 losses, and one
tie, Coach Bill Murphy's men cer-
tainly indicate that they will be in
contention all the way.
Last Title in '45
The last time the Wolverines
captured the title was 1945, when

Wertheimer of Sigma Alpha Mu, Uaya wn4
oug Lawrence of Phi Delta Theta, Orioles.
Earle Kauffman and Jim McClurg Yankees 7, Red Sox 0
NEW YORK - (AP) - Allie Rey-
nolds won his fifth straight as he1
shut out Boston on seven hits for
T: a 7-0 New York Yankee victory.
Mickey Mantle ripped into Red
Sox pitching for a home run,
t}lemp To W R double, and two singles, driving i
four runs. Boston now has undis-
t . *4 puted possession of the cellar.
Athletics 10, Senators 3 1
seasonwith__ WASHINGTON-(A)-The Phil-
spoiled a perfect 'M' season with adelphia Athletics mauled Spec;
a narrow 5-4 victory, but nothing Shea and Camilo Pascual for seven)
E could stop the net men in '45. Led runs in the first two innings and
by Roger Lewis and Jinx Johnson coasted to a 10-3 victory over1
in the number one and two posi- Washington, ending a seven-game
tions, respectively, the Wolverines losing streak.
allowed no more than three of a Reds 4, Cards 2
possible nine points to be scored ST. LOUIS - (A') - National
against them in any dual meet. League leader Cincinnati defeated
Four of the nine meets ended in the St. Louis Cardinals, 4-2, in a
shutouts for the Weir-men. game which saw a rather unusual
Besides the '44 and '45 title- defensive move on the part of Red-
holders, Michigan also won the leg manager Birdie Tebbetts. Teb-f
Big Ten Crown in 1941. Weir also betts put a fourth man in his out-!
coached the '41 team which was fiel dand took out shortstop Roy
the first to break the annual dom- McMillan in an eighth inning move
ination of the Championship to guard against the power-hitting
Playoffs by the University of Chi- of Stan Musial. The precautioni
cago and Northwestern which had proved unnecessary as Musial fan-1
begun with the first playoffs in ned to end the inning.7
11933. Braves 5, 11, Cubs 1, 9
'41 Squad Wins Crown CHICAGO-(P)-The Milwaukee I
Two Wolverine netters, Tom Ga- Braves pulled two ninth inning;
mon and Alden Johnson, led the rallies, yesterday, to sweep a3
'41 squad in its title conquest. Each double-header from the Chicagof
won the Conference Championship cubs, 5-1 and 11-9.t
in his particular position, while Eddie Mathews' two run doublet
the other four members of the keyed a four-run last inning in theI
team reached the finals in their opener and Jim Pendleton's pinch1
positions before being eliminated. -- -- -- --
Bill Murphy's first two years as
Michigan tennis coach saw the Wait Till
Wolverines triumph in 25 consecu-
tive dual meets. However, the FIRST GAME
Conference Playoffs resulted in INDIANA AB R H EI
Michigan finishing second behind Reed, 2b...........4 0 0 1'

arove is Fuei injection peciaiL
around the oval track in perfect
racing weather. The first to quali-,
fy was Danny Oakes, a Los Angeles
driver, who is entered for the first
time. Oakes' time was 137.237.
26 Drivers Qualify
All in all, 26 drivers have quali-1
fied for the classic race. Included
in yesterday's entries are Johnnie
Parsons, the 1950 winner, Walt
Faulkner, who set qualifying rec-
ords in both 1950 and 1951, Tony
Bettenhausen, and Mike Nazaruk.,
In a late entry, Cal Niday, a one-
legged driver from Pacoima, Cali-
fornia, traveled the second fastest
time of the season when he crossed
the finish line in 139.828. Niday
had one lap over 140 miles per
hour.
Next Year
SECOND GAMEj

JACK HORWITZ
Night Editor

powered Doyle Glass, 6-1, 6-0. I
Dominating the play from the
beginning, Michigan's numberj

Wisniewski, Corbett Hurl
Two1Victories Over Indiana

W. McIlvan, inside to the rail. He the team, coached by Leroy Weir,
couldn't make it from there on in barrelled past nine opponents in
to the wire as the two leaders dual meets for an undefeated sea-
fought it out for the second time son and climaxed this by winning
in a week at Pimlico. the conference meet by 5% points
Hasy Roadtoedthe ind over their closest rival.
Hsty Ratoured te mile and This marked the second con-
three-sixteenths in 1:57 2-5 on a secutive year that the Champion-
fast track. The time compares with ship had gone to Michigan. The
the 1:56 Preakness record set by year before only Notre Dame had
Capot in 1949.

(Continued from Page 1)
knocked out three hits in five trips,
and Frank Ronan who lashed two
for four backed up Wisniewski's
masterful hurling. Wisniewski fan-
ned 11 Hoosiers, while walking
only one,
The first inning runs were scor-
ed on Cline's double, Donan's sin-
gle, and then a costly error by
Hoosier shortstop, Chuck Mead.
Mead later made temporary
amends for his miscue by smashing
a 340 foot homerun in the fourth to

in, and picked up two more in the
second and another in the third.
The big blast in the third was a
ponderous 370 foot home run by
catcher Dick Leach. Both teams
got only six hits in the nightcap.
The only real excitement in the
whole afternoon of baseball was
when Indiana's Neil Skeeters for-
got to touch second as he round-
ed the basepaths after he had
singled and Art Herring had dou-
bled in the fourth inning of the
second game. A roaring argument
ensued, and the not too gentleman-
ly words qf the Indiana players
were plainly heard by nearly every-
one in Ferry Field. Umpire George
Maskin promptly ejected Skeeters,
along with heckler Jay Applegate,
from the contest.

Mitchell Victorious
In the other singles matches,;Bob
Mitchell tripped up Ed Pechous,
6-1, 7-5, and Bob Sassone had an
easy time of it as he trounced Har-
ry Brandt, 6-0, 6-1.
The number one doubles match,
where Paulus and Paley were edg-
ed by Woods and Bielefeld, 7-5, 6-4,
was probably the best played con-
test of the day. The superlative
match was marked by the excellent
playing of Hines, as well as spark-
ling volleys.
Mann and Nederlander topped
Glass and Steve Hill, 6-4, 6-2,
while in the number three doubles,
the only match to go three sets,
Sassone and Mitchell came from
behind to defeat Pechous and
Brandt, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3.

Major League
Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Toski Leads
Eastern Open
BALTIMORE - (A') - Bob Tos-
ki cracked the murderous Mt.
Pleasant Golf Course par yester-
day for the third straight round,
going two under with a 70 and
boosting his lead in the $20,000
Eastern Open Golf tournament to
six strokes.
The little larruper from Livings-,

Northwestern in 1949 and- third Skeeters, 3b ........4
behind the repeating Wildcats and Herring, If ........4
Illinois in 1950. Robertson, rf .,. ....... 4

W
Cleveland........22
New York.......,20
Chicago..........21
Detroit..........16
Baltimore ........12
Washington ......11
Philadelphia,....11
.........8

L
10
12
13
12
17
19
20
18

Pct.
.688
.625
.61 8
.571
.414
.367
.355
.308

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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2
4
10
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2
2
4
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Illinois halted the Wolverine
dual meet unbeaten skein at 27 on
April 27, 1951 with a 5-4 victory.
Michigan lost another dual meet
during the season, but still man-
aged to finish second in the Play-
offs behind Michigan State. Gene
Barrack captured the Conference
Fifth Pncitin Pl vffc fn Wnltr

Applegate, lb......
Mead, ss..........
Jones, cf..........
T. Correll, c........
French, p .........
Carr, c ............
J. Correll, p.......
McQueen,..........
Porter" ...........

INDIANA
McQueen. 2b. .

4
3
4
2
2
1
0
1
1

0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
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St. Louis ........20
Brooklyn ........18
Milwaukee .......18
Philadelphia ....,17
New York. ......17
Cincinnati .......18
Chicago .........14
Pittsburgh . ..... .11

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15
14
14
15
16
17
17
25

j 1vx~z~vr'1, Fr
Skeeters, b........
Herring, If .. .......
Robertson, rf . ..,.. .
Lind, ef ...........
Mead, ss ...........
Cappas, lb........
Young, c...........
Sanders, p .........
Porter, 3b ..........
Denny, p..........
Applegate*{........

Pct.
.571
.563
.563
.531
.515
.514
.452
.306

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ton, N.J., birdied three of the last i un i. ionUJayons for w UIJ.O
up ines lone individual title.
five holes with putts rangingup Michigan placed fifth in the
to 30 feet after scrambling all over Conference in 1952 and third in
the front nine for a- one over par 1953. The return of four of the six'
+7 netters from last year's squad,
Turnesa Second which had an 8-3 record, has been
Toski's 54-hole total of 205 was instrumental in the fine showing
on stroke ahead of the course rec- of the Wolverines this season. Bobj
ord set by Sam Snead of White Sassone and Bob Mitchell have!
Sulphur Springs, W. Va., in 1952 joined the veterans Al Mann, Pete
and gave him a six-stroke margin Paulus, Bob Paley, and Bob Ned-.
over runner-up Jim Turnesa of erlander in setting the sights of
final round. the team on gaining the fourth
Briarcliff, N.Y., heading into the Big Ten Tennis Crown in Michi-
Turnesa, three strokes back at gan history.4
the start of the day's play, took a
73 as the rugged 6,895-yard lay-
out continued to resist the par- Scoreboard
breaking efforts of some of the COLLEGE BASEBALL
biggest names in golf. Illinois 5-5, Purdue 4-1
Behind Turnesa came Lloyd Wisconsin 5-7, Minnesota 3-1 1
Mangrum, Niles, Ill., whose 70 Bradley 8, Illinois State Normal 7
Saturday gave him 213 at the TRACK
three-quarter mark, and Ted Kroll, Iowa 84~, Bradley 46! 3
whose 69 was the day's best round
and left him at 214 with JackI Scores
Burke Jr., Kiamesha Lake, N.Y., -M
and George Fazio, Pine Valley, INDEPENDETaSOFTBALL SCORES
IN.J. First Place Playoffs
Les Canadiens 21, Evans Scholars 0
Newman Club defeated Hawaiiansj
(forfeit)
Gamma Delta defeated Foresters (for-
IICAL SOCIETY Nelson House 4, Mich. Christ. Fell. 31
ARB R Kangaroo Club defeated Trigon (for-
AR feit)
LSA 7, Michigan Co-op 4

34 2 5 7

* safe on error-for'
seventh
** struck out for Fre
enth

AB R H E bring the Hossiers within a run
3 0 1 0 of the Maize and Blue.
In a big sixth inning the Fisher
3 1 1 forces combined one single with
3 3 0 two Hoosier errors and a walk to
2 0 0 1 score three runs, and the following
2 0 0 0 inning the Wolverines put the
3 0 0 0' game completely away with three
2 0 0 0 more tallys, garnered on four
0 0 0 0 singles and two more Hoosier mis-
.1 0 0 0 ;cues.
.l 0 0 0 Sloppy Game
1 0 0 0 The first game was very sloppy
with a total of 11 errors between
24 3 6 2 the two teams. Indiana committed
seven while Michigan made four,
nders in third Three of those four were made by
shortstop Moby Benedict.
The night cap was sewed up ear- I
3 2 1 0 ly as Michigan jumped on lefty
3 1 0 0 Jim Sanders for six runs in the
4 0 1 0 first innings. The Wolverines gave
2 1 1 0 Jack Corbett. a confortable four
S1 0 run lead in the first inning by tee-
1 ing off on Sanders for two doubles
3 1 1 0 and a single, added to a costly
3 0 1 0 walk. They coasted from here on
3 1 1 0 __
1 0 0 0
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Cline, cf ..........
Ronan, 2b.. ... .
Lepley, rf .........
Eaddy, 3b.........
Corbett, lb......
Tommelein, if
Benedict, ss ..... . ..
Leach, c..........
Wisniewski, p.....,

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T. Correl in *grounded out for Sa
nch in sev- MCHIGAN
Branoff, cf .........
B R H E Ronan, 2b .........
5 1 3 0 Lepley, rf.........
4 2 2 0Eaddy, 3b ..........
4 0 0 1 Corbett, p .........
2 2 1 0 B. Leach,if.......
4 2 1 0 Benedict, ss........
4 0 1 3 D. Leach, c........
Pavichevich,1b .....

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