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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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To Play Minnesota Twice Today;
Netmen Gain Win Over Wildcats

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NASHUA
wreath of roses?

Rich Derby
Run Draws
Field of Ten
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (MP)-Ten of
the country's finest 3 - year - old
colts have a fling at fame and
fortune today in what will be the
richest Kentucky Derby since
America's most colorful racing
classic was inaugurated in 1875.
A good portion of the 100,000
fans expected to jam ancient
Churchill Downs for the mile and
one-quarter classic are looking
for another slam bang duel be-
tween Nashua, the odds-on favor-
ite, and his shadow, Summer Tan.
No Latecomers
There were no surprise latecom-
ers in the calculations when Sec-
retary Lincoln Plaut slammed the
entry box shut Friday morning,
only the 10 horses whose names
have been on the lips of the turf
folk for days. The pot will hit
$152,500 with 10 starters, the win-
ner collecting $108,400.
The festivities will be carried on
CBS (TV) and radio from 3:15-
3:45 p.m., (CST) with post time
set for 3:30.

Defeat NU
Df
(Continued from Page 1)
Wearing down hi, older oppo-
nent by beating back his strong
service and ground strokes, Jaffee
displayed plenty of finesse, exe-
cuting his lob and accurate fore-
hand in fine style.
Dick Potter suffered the team's
only loss, bowing to Keith Ander-
son, 6-4, 6-2, whose uncanny
steadiness and excellent lobbing
thwarted the sophomore's power-
ful service and net rushing.
Bob Paley downed Dick Jaeger,
6-4, 6-0, as Captain Bob Neder-
lander trounced Bob Meyer, 6-2,
6-2. Pete Paulus captured the Wol-
verines' sixth singles victory, after
being extended by Norm Siebert,
4-6, 6-4, 6-0.
Sweep Doubles
MacKay again found the going
tough against Kuhn, this time in
doubles as he and Potter had to
come through with their big
serves to pull a 5-7, 12-10, 6-4,
marathon out of the fire against
Kuhn and Bennett.
Nederlander and Al Mann had
the going a bit easier, defeating
Anderson and Jaeger, 6-3, 6-3,
while Jaffee and Paley whipped
Siebert and Meyer, 6-2, 6-2.
The Wolverines left for Wiscon-
sin after the match where they
will play the Badgers tomorrow.
Northwestern r e c e n t 1 y downed
Wisconsin, 7-2.
Major League
Scores
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 1, Detroit 0
New York 5, Boston 0
Cleveland 4, Kansas City 1
Washington 2, Baltimore 1
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 3, New York 2I
Cincinnati 4, Chicago 2
Brooklyn 6, Philadelphia 4
Milwaukee 8, St. Louis 5

Diamoudmen
Still Tied
For First
(Continued from Page 1)
Dan Cline began the Michigan
comeback by laying down a bunt
and beating it out for the first hit
off Schoof. Don Eaddy flied to
right and then Ken Tippery
bounced a single through the hox,
advancing Cline to third. Howie
Tommelein came through with a
deep sacrifice fly to score Cline
and put Michigan only a run be-
hind.
Thrilling Finish
Michigan's half of the eighth
furnished the climax to the sus-
pense-packed thriller when Ben-
edict stepped to the plate, and aft-
er having struck out three times
previously, put the game on ice
with his drive over the left field
fence, scoring Branoff ahead of
him. Michigan added an extra run
for insurance, but didn't need it
as Bill Thurston, who pitched the
last inning for Clark, removed for
a pinch hitter, was in complete
control of the disheartened Hawk-
eyes.

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GOPHER HURLERS-Jerry Thomas, left, and Rod Oistad dis-
play the form they will use when they start for Minnesota today
in the Michigan-Minnesota doubleheader at Ferry Field.

Linksters Face Purdue,
Ohio State Here Today

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By NATE GREENE

N.C.A.A. qualifying rec
Michigan golfers meet Purdue year as he turned in a ca
and Ohio State for the third 69-136.
straight week today, in a triangu- Sophomore Star
lar meet in Ann Arbor. The outstandin
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Capps, 2b .........
Smith, lb.,.......
Waldron, ss........
Kurtz, 3b..........
Meek, if..........
Sheuerman, cf,
Bock, C...........
Shoof, p ...........
Leber*..........

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The Wolverines will be seeking'
their first victory over these two
squads; in two preceding meets,
the 'M' linksters have lost to Pur-
due and have been able to do no
better than tie the Buckeye ag-
gregation.
Perenially ranked as top con-
tenders for the conference crown,
the outfits from Lafayette and Co-
lumbus appear to be no easier
than they have been in recent
years.
Veteran Squad
The Boilermakers present an
unusually well-balanced t e a m,
boasting six lettermen and a like
number of sophomores. In his third
year as a regular on Sammy Voin-
off's crew is Captain Don Albert,
who ranks as one of the finest
players in intercollegiate circles.
Albert, who was in the Big Ten
titleholder in 1953, set a new

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man on the team is Joe Campbell,
whose par golf led the Boiler-
makers to a smashing victory over
the Michigan sextet last Saturday
on the Lafayette course. A week
earlier he fashioned a fine 148 to
take medalist honors in a quad-
rangular meet against OSU, Indi-
an,a, and Michigan.
Chief threat for the Buckeyes is
Francis Cardi, who is quite a
steady golfer, never straying far
from his average which usually
hovers about 76.
The Wolverines had consider-
able difficulty in their last en-
counter with these two squads,
Fred Micklow being the only man
to stay below 160. Their trouble
was mainly, the result of not being
able to adapt their games to the
heavy fairways and fast greens of
the Purdue course.

TOTALS ..........2
*walked for Shoof in

MICHIGAN AB
Benedict, ss...... 4
Fox, cf.......2
Cline, rf............3
Eaddy, 3b .......... 4
Tippery, 2b......... 3
Tommelein, if.. 2
Vukovich,lb.......3
Snider, c........... 2
Poloskey, p..-....-0
Clark, p.....,....... 2
Wisniewski, p.......0
Thurston*.......... 1
Branoff**........... 0
TOTALS.........26

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Wolverine Track Team Battles
Penn State, Midshipmen Today

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One of the Michigan tracksters'
toughest tests this season will be
held at State College, Pennsylvan-
ia, today.
It is the triangular meet in-
volving the Wolverines, Penn
State and Navy.
"I rate Penn State, along with1
Manhattan, as the best dual-meetE
team in the East," remarkedF
Coach Don Canham, "and al-t
though Navy can't be consideredE
a threat to win, they will definite-
ly influence the outcome of thel
meet."
Vallortigara Out
Canham, recently returned fromc
a trip abroad, sized up the devel-t
opment of the squad under Assist-l
ant Coach Elmer Swanson duringt
his absence. "We're in pretty fair
Ending Today

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shape, with the exception of Val-
lortigara, and I'm generally satis-
fied," he commented.
The coach was referring to
sprinter John Vallortigara, whose
injury will make him the only
Michigan absentee in today's com-
petition. Canham also expressed
some doubt over Ron Kramer, who,
although he will participate in
the meet, has recently been both-
ered by a sore hand and accord-
ingly has fallen a bit behind in
his conditioning.
Penn State Stars
Penn State's main threats, ac-
cording to Canham, are the relay
teams, which are always tough;
Roosevelt Greer, one of the coun-
try's top weight men; Art Pollard,
whom Canham calls "one of the
best sprinters in the country;"
and Rod Perry, a hurdler whose
ability needs only to be explained
by the fact that he has beaten
the great Olympic champion, Har-
rison Dillard.
There will be no let down in
Michigan's rugged track sched-
ule, as the Wolverines must set
their sights on the Big Ten Re-
lays at Evanston, Illinois, next
weekend.

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Ending Today-Lote Show 11 P.M.
Richard Burlon
in his first role since
"The Robe"
Maggie McNamara
in her first role since
"The Coins in The Fountain"

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