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SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1955

THE MICHIGAN :DAILY

PAGE THREE

SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1955 THE MICHIGAN UAILY PAGE TIIRE~

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Hard-Hitting
Diamondmen Gain Sole
Claim to Big Ten Lead
Eaddy, Cline Garner Three Hits Apiece;
Wisniewski Hurls Second Conference Win

Wolverine

Nine

Defeats

Illinois, 13-3

Oklahoma Aggies Move
Into Drake Relays Lead

'M' Golfers Face Test
On Purdue Links Today
Battle Boilermakers, OSU in Triangular
Meet; Vie With Wildcats, Badgers Monday

(Continued from Page 1)
six times at bat to give him a
.611 batting average in Big Ten
competition.
'M' Scores in First
The Wolverines opened the scor-
ing in the top of the first. Short-
stop Moby Benedict singled to
open the inning but was thrown
out at second as Bruce Fox was
safe at first on a fielder's choice.
Fox stole second before Cline flied
out. Then Eaddy's single sent Fox
scurrying for home.
Wisniewski's homerun following
a walk issued to Snider gave the
diamondmen their two second inn-
ing runs. From then on the steady
rate of at least one run per inn-
ing built up the ' overwhelming
score.
Win Not Surprising
Finishing in the last place in
conference standings last year,
Illinois has an admittedly weak
team composed mostly of sopho-
mores and the win came as no
great surprise to either Michigan
coach Ray Fisher or Illini men-
tor Lee Eilbracht.
However, the pitching of the
Illini was worse than was expected
and while they did manage to get
neight hits it was only in the fifth
stanza that they were able to pile

up enough consecutive blasts to
break into the scoring column.
In a game full of errors Michi-
gan State stomped all over Pur-
due, 22-8, to gain a second place
tie in the conference with Minne-
sota. Purdue made eight errors
while the Spartans had six. State
overcame an 8-6 deficit by scor-
ing sixteen runs in the last three
innings.
Ohio State trounced Wisconsin,
14-3, in the other conference en-
counter.

Special to The Daily
DES MOINES, Ia.--Four meet
records fell in the first day of com-
petition of the 46th Drake Relays
held at Des Moines, yesterday, as
Oklahoma A. & M. surged to the
early lead in the two-day track
meet.
Ron Wallingford led Michigan's
cinder men with a third place fin-
ish in the two mile final, behind
Bob Hunt of U.C.L.A. and Bob
Buchanan of Oklahoma A&M.
The Wolverines also qualified John
Johnson for the 100 yard dash fi-
nals to be held tomorrow.
Johnson won the third heat of
the elimination races. He traveled

RON WALLINGFORD
... does well at Drake

SHANTZ BLANKS YANKS:
Tigers Take American League Lead

By The Associated Press
DETROIT-The Detroit Tigers'
combined heads-up defensive play
and rookie Frank Lary's clutch
pitching to defeat the Washing-
ton Senators, 3-2, yesterday for
their sixth straight victory-their
longest winning streak since 1950.
The triumph gave the surpris-
ing Tigers a 9-5 record and moved
them into first place in the Amer-
ican League.
Lary, 24-year-old righthander,.
scattered eight hits in recording
his second big league victory
against one loss.
Al Kaline collected one hit, a
single, to stretch his streak of
hitting in every Tiger game this
oon cnnS to 14

Chicago White Sox to a 7-0 victoryI
over Boston. The White Sox got
11 hits including homers by Sher-
man Lollar and Nelson Fox.
*, * *
ORIOLES 5, INDIANS 2
CLEVELAND - Baltimore's Or-
ioles rallied in the ninth inning
Relay Team
Fails at Penn
Special to The Daily
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.-Disqual-
ified from third place in its heat,
Michigan's 880 yard relay team of
Laird Sloan, Dave Hessler, Dick
Flodin, and Grant Scruggs failed
to gain a berth in today's finals
of the Penn Relays.
The Wolverines still have an op-
portunity to win honors in this
afternoon's field events.

for four runs and a 5-2 victory
over the Cleveland Indians. It
was the team's first win in Muni-
cipal Stadium since reentering the
American League at the start of
last season.
* * *
PHILS 13, BRAVES 4
PHILADELPHIA-The Philadel-
phia Phillies blew a tight ball
game wide open with six runs in
the sixth inning to whip Milwau-
kee 13-4 and move into a tie with
the Braves for second place in
the National League. The game
was called because of rain with
the Phils at bat in the eighth inn-
ing.
REDLEGS 5, PIRATES 0
PITTSBURGH - Southpaw Joe
Nuxhall doled out six hits and
hipped in a home run as the Cin-
cinnati Redlegs shut out the
punchless Pittsburgh Pirates 5-0.

the distance in :10,2 which was the
third best time of the heats.
Northwestern's Jim Golliday, re-
turning from service, equaled the
Drake record for the 100 yard dash
at :09.7 seconds.
Oklahoma A&M's sprint medley
team broke the meet record for
that event, by racing the distance
in the fast time of 3:20.4. The Ag-
gies were able to edge out Illinois
for the title.
Carl Vereen of Georgia Tech set
a new meet record in the discus
throw with a heave of 172 11",
which broke the existing record by
almost three feet. Abiline Christian
College also set a new Drake Re-
lays record by winning the 440 col-
lege relay in :41.4 seconds.
Other honor winners in the first
day of competition included Miami
who took the college distance med-
ley relay in the record breaking
time of 10:13.7.
Aggies Grab Lead
The Oklahoma Aggies took the
lead by virtue of their win in the
four-mile relay, and a victory in
one of the two individual events of
the day. Kim Ellis took the broad
jump title with a leap of 24' 112".
The two mile run proved to be
the most exciting event of the
cometition to date. Hunt' of
UCLA took the lead on the fifth
lap and outraced both Buchanan
of Oklahoma and Wallingford
with a tremendous final lap kick.
Illinois made a strong showing
in the 120 yard high hurdles qual-
ifying races by placing two men in
the finals. Willard Thomson and
Abe Woodson both qualified with
times of :14.6.
The Wolverines expect to im-
prove on their showing in today's
competition. Also highlighting to-
day's events will be another crack
at the four-minute mile by Wes
Santee.
The finals in seven events were
run yesterday. Today's program
will consist of 17 relay and indi-
vidual championship events to
wind up the competition.
I-M SCORES
FRATERNITY HORSESHOES
Lambda Chi Alpha 2, Kappa Sig.
ma 1
Alpha Tau Omega defeated Tau
Kappa Epsilon (forfeit)
FRATERNITY TENNIS
Sigma Alpha Mu 2, Delta Upsi-
lon 1

First Place

BERT KATZENMEYER
... faces tqugh weekend

Ilini Gridder
Leaves School
Temporarily
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. ()-- J. C.
Caroline, star halfback and cap-
tain-elect of the 1955 Illinois foot-
ball team, has withdrawn from
school temporarily.
School officials announced yes-
terday the withdrawal was made
"in good standing" and that Car-
oline would enroll again in June
for the summer term. Thus, if he
passes his work, he will be eli-
gible for the 1955 season.
A university spokesman said
reasons for Caroline's dropping
out of school were the recent
death of a grandfather and the
serious illness of his mother.
Scores
INDEPENDENT SOFTBALL
Toads 24, Foresters 3
Fire House Five 5, Gamma Delta
0
Evans Scholars 6, Mugwumps 5
Owen Co-op 13, Nakamura 9
Newman 9, BDA 3
Farouks 9, AFROTC 0
IRS 16, Hawaiians 12
FRATERNITY SOFTBALL
Phi Kappa Tau 5, Pi Lambda
Phi 3
FACULTY SOFTBALL
Psychology 'B' 8, English 6
Zoology Museum 12, PoliSci 4
Willow Run defeated NROTC
(forfeit)

By STEVE HEILPERN
The strength of Michigan's golf
squad gets another rugged test
this afternoon as Coach Bert Kat-
zenmeyer's aggregation again faces
Purdue and Ohio State, this time
at Lafayette, Ind.
The Wolverines won't return to
the home base until Tuesday, since
they face Northwestern and Wis-
consin at Evanston on Monday.
Katzenmeyer should have a
fairly good idea of where his team
stands in relation to the rest of
the Conference by Tuesday, since
his team will have competed
against six Big Ten teams by
then.
Today's Meet Significant
Today's meet is significant for
two reasons. First, the Buckeyes
and Boilermakers are consistently
among the strongest links squads
in the league; and secondly, -be-
cause Purdue's Lafayette course
will be the site of the Big Ten
championship tournament; to be
held May 27 and 28.
Six men are accompanying
Katzenmeyer on the trip: Bob Mc-
Masters, John Schubeck, Fred
Micklow, Ken Myers, Sip Mac-

MICHIGAN
Benedict, ss.............
Fox, clf..................
Cline, rf ..............
Eaddy, 3b ................
Tippery, 2b.............
Tommelein, if.............
Vukovich, lb.............
Snider, c.................
r szalwinski, c..............
Wisniewski, p .............

Michaels and Henry Loeb. They
will tee off in this order today,
but may be reshuffled for the Wis-
consin-Northwestern engagement.
Sam Voinoff's Purdue team,
which won last Saturday's quad-
rangular meet with Michigan,
Ohio State and Indiana at Colum-
bus, figures to be even tougher to
beat on its home course. It appears
that Voinoff has come up with an-
other "find" in sophomore Joel
Campbell, who shot a fine 148 at
Columbus.
OSU Hopes for Improvement
The Ohioans could do no bet-
ter than tie with the Wolverines
for second place that day, and
hope to make a strong showing.
Wisconsin won six straight
meets before bowing to Purdue
earlier in the month, and could
give both Michigan and host
Northwestern trouble. The Wild-
cats have five lettermen back from
last year, and are by no means
weak.
Michigan will get a third look
at Purdue and Ohio State next
Saturday when the three squads
meet in Ann Arbor.

AB R

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TOTALS .......j.....44

ILLINOIS
Lukaszewski, ss..........
Gunn, 3b...............
Shoptaw, rf..............
Petreshene, lb...........
Fitzgerald, If .............
Johnson, 2b....
Vayda...................
Wiman, c...............
Lindbeck, cf............'
Dudas............
Bickhaus, p ............
McKinney, p..........
Williams.,.............
Koestner, p..............

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0 ATHLETICS 6, YANKEES 0
0 KANSAS CITY-Little Bobby
o Shantz heralded his long-awaited
o comeback by throttling New York
0on three hits last night as the
o Kansas City Athletics shut out the
o Yankees 6-0 before a record crowd
0 of 33,471 gleeful fans.
Q The courageous little southpaw,
who has struggled against arm in-
E juries for two years, gave up only
1 singles to Andy Carey, Elston
0 Howard and Gil McDougald.
0 It was the first complete game
0 Shantz had pitched since July 26,
1 1953, and his first shutout since
o he turned back the Yankees 2-0
Y in September of 1952-the year he
0 won 24 games and was voted the
0 most valuable player in the Amer-
0ican League.
0 WHITE SOX 7, RED SOX 0
3 CHICAGO -- Dick Donovan,
rookie righthander, registered his
0 first major league triumph when
3 he fired a four-hitter to hurl the

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W. L. Pet. GB
Detroit ..........9 5 .643
Chicago..........8 5 .615 ?
New York ........9 6 .600 %?
Cleveland........8 6 .571 1
Boston ..........8 7 .533 11J
Kansas City .....6 8 .429 3
Washington ......5 9 .357 4
Baltimore ........4 11 .267 5

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

W.
Brooklyn........13
Milwaukee ...... 8
Philadelphia .... 8
St. Louis......... 6
Chicago ......... 7
New York....... 6
Cincinnati ...... 4
Pittsburgh ...... 2

L. Pet.
2 .867
6 .571
6 .571
5 .545
7 .500
7 .462
11 .267
10 .167

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