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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

TUE MICHIGAN I~AIIW PA(F TWflF,~

L i 816 Lla1/

'iamondmen Split with Purdue;

Tracks ters

in

To Victory
(Continued from Page 1)
time this spring. He retired the*I
side on two strikeouts andI a pop
up to Snider, but not until he had
hit a man, forcing in another run.
Michigan could not come back
again, and Perrelli was handed the
loss. t
The Wolverines collected their,
first four. runs in the first, sec-
ond and third innings: Purdue
scored once in the second and
picked up two more in the fourth.
Michigan was certainly not defi-
cient in' the hitting department
yesterday although. at spots in the
fir~st game the Pitching and field-
~'ing left a little to be desired.
The Wolverines -collected a total
of 19 hits in the two games, 14 of
them coming in the losing cause.
Especially outstanding were Boros'
r. and Thurston.
Boro& collected four singles in
his eight; trips to the plate 'and
Standings
'resterday's Scores
W L Pct. GB
Minnesota .. 1 .888 .-
Ohio State.... 6 1 .857 1
MICHIGAN . 3 2 .600 3
Michigan State .3 2 .600 I
9 Wisconsin'...3 3 .500 1!4
Illinois ........ 4 5 '.444 4
Northwestern . 3 4 .429 4
4 Indiana........ 2 5 .286 5
Iowa...........2 6 .250 5/
Purdue....... c2 7 .222 6
Minn, 17, 1-Iowa 7, 8
MSU 2, 2-111. 0, 1
O SU 3, 3-North. 0. 4
Wis. 4, 6--Ind. 5, 1
Thurston, besides coming through
with his pinch single and he home
run, drove. another tremendous
blast which Purdue's Joe Martin
made a circus catch. of at the
300 foot marker in center field.
In the, first game, Michigan
.omitted-.four errors, and the
pitchers yielded six walks. Five of
. the walks. and two of the errors
came.in the last two innings were
rather crucial in the losing of, the
tame,

.-Daily-Ven SBcden
CLEAR TRACK AHEAD-Ron Wallingford, captain of Michigan
track squad, speeds to an easy victory in the two-mile event in
yesterday's 78-54 victory over Indiana at Ferry Field.
Wallingford Captures Mile,
Two Mile. in Track Victory
t-

(Continued from Page 1)

Perhaps the best performance
in any one event was executed by
the nation's leading broad-jumper,
Hoosier Greg Bell,. who landed
25'5'/2" over the foul line to defeat
the runner-up, crimson-clad Brea-
lon Donaldson.,
Dominate Broad Jump
Donaldson's jump was an ex-
cellent 23'55/8. In these two men.
the Big Ten broad-jumping pic-
ture is pretty well concentrated.
The half-mile 1lroved a mild dis-
appointment, as Michigan's Pete
Gray showed that he has plenty of
conditioning ahead of him if he is
to be considered a threat to repeat
as champ in the Conference 880.
Indiana's Bob Miller won the
event, Rob VMarian capturing sec-
ond for the Blue and visitor Bob
Lawson taking third. Gray, with
about 220 yds. left, slipped back
and finished very weakly.
So did his teammate, Laird
Sloan, who needs more work to

recover from being hit by a pulled
leg muscle at the Penn Relays.
In the 100, the favored Jimmy
Pace finished a surprising third,
probably due to the fact that he
hasn't pulled out of his weakened
state which arose from the back
injury sustained in spring football.
Michigan's Bob Brown ran brilli-
antly to win it in :09.8.
A bit of farce was the mile re-
lay, run of f after the Wolverines
had already clinched the meet.
Michigan entered three distance
men-Ralph Gray, Belmar Doll-
wet and Geert Keilstrup-plus the
regular anchor man, Rob Varian.
Indiana won in 3.24.1.
Windy Wits
SHOT PUT-I. Owen (M); 2. Lane
(I);'3. Scott (MW). Distance: 54'10Y41.
DISCUS-1. Lane (I); 2. Bottoms (M);
3. Owen (MW). Distance: 155'4".
BROAD JUMP-i. Bell (I); 2. Don- .
aldson (I); 3. Potter (M). Distance:
HIGH JUMP-I. Tie between O'Reilly
(MW) and Boyd (I); 3. Menees (M).
Height: 6'4".
POLE VAULT-i. Landstrom (MW); 2.
Tie between Appleman (MW) and
Donaldson (I). Height: 13'103i4".
ONE-MILE RUN-i1. Wallingford (M);
2. Dollwet (M); 3. R. Gray (M),
Time: 4:23.9.
4 0-YD. DASH-1. Ward (1); 2. Rude-
a*11 (M); 3. Caffey (1). Time: :49.4.1
100-YD. DASH-1. Brown (M); 2.
Flodin (M); 3. Pace (MW). Time: :09.8.
120-.YD. HIGH HURDLES-I. Camp-
bell (1) ; 2. Potter (M); 3. Hend-
ricks (MW). Time: :14.9.
880-YD. RUN-I1. Miller (I); 2. Var-
Ian (MW); 3. Lawson (I). Time: 1:59.1.
220-YD. DASH-I. Flodin (M); 2. Bell
(1); 3. Mace (I). Time: :21.5.
TWO-MILE RUN-i. Wallingford (M);
2. Keilstrup (MW); 3. Pentino (I).
Time: 9:42.0.
220-YD. LOW HURDLES-2. Rudesill
(MW); 2. Tie between Potter (MW) and
Hendricks (1W). Time: :24.8.
ONE-MILE RELAY-1. Indiana (Gaf-
fey, Miller, Ely, Ward); 2. MICHI-
GAN. Time: 3:24.1.

Blues Win
Final Grid
Scri~mmage i
By DICK C RAMER
Offensive power of the smaller
Blue squad was just too much for
the White team yesterday in
spring football's annual closing in-
trasquad scrimmage at the Michi-
gan Stadium.
A ,sun-drenched crowd of nearly
10,000 watched the Blues, led by
Ron Kramer at right halfback,
grind out a 34-7 triumph over the
outclassed Whites. Kramer gar-
nered 20 points for himself and
was involved in the scoring of
seven more points for the winners.
Composed of returning letter-
men and some of the most prom-
ising of the Wolverine freshmen,
the Blue gridders were never seri-I
ously challenged by the less star-
studded White squad.
By the end of the first half the
score was 21-0 with Kramer hav-
ing tallied the first and third
touchdowns on a two-yard plunge
and a. short pass reception. A
lateral from Jim Van Pelt to Dave
Rentschler resulted in the Blues'
other marker.
,The Whites finally entered the
scoring late in the third period
Grid Awards
Fullback John Herrnstein
and quarterback-halfback Bob
Ptacek were named co-winners
yesterday of the Meyer WV. Mor-
ton Trophy given annually to
the most valuable candidate in
Michigan's spring footbalil prac-
tice.
after Kramer'' had scored the
fourth Blue touchdown on a five-
yard run. Fullback Steve Zervas
plunged over from the one after
he, halfback Mike Shatusky and
quarterback Jack Lousma had
maneuvered the baU) from deep in
White territory.
In retaliation, the Blues exe-
cuted their final and most spark-
ling scoring play of the day-a
58-yard effort by Kramer and
quarterback Jim Maddock. Kra-
mer carried the ball from the Blue
42 to the White 12 where he later-
aled to Maddock who proceeded
into pay dirt with Kramer con-
tributing a key block.
SPRING
AIAIRSTYLS ;
They're-smart
--suave
{ --individualistic
11 Haircutters to please
The Jiascola Barbers
near Michigan Theatre

* By NELS SHERBURNE
! Purdue golfers yesterday aveng-
Sed earlier losses to both Michigan
and Ohio State when they emerged
victorious in a quadrangular meet'
on the University Golf Course.
Purdue nosed out the Wolverine
t a linksters by a three point margin
191u -16 V2, and soundly trounced
both Ohio State and Northwest-
>. ~ern by identical scores. 28/2-7112.
Second place Michigan showed
~its might by defeating the Buck-
eyes and Wildcats with 28-8 and
RON KRAMER .28 -7; totals respectively.
... on the way Due to Friday's heavy rain the
28TH STRAIGHT:
Net, Squad BlanksOS
{.ContinuedI From Page I1) -

Bob McMasters reflected, "We
had the feeling Friday that 155
would be good enough to win med-
alist honors' if the course stayed.~
in the same condition."
Campbell Shoots 143
Medalist honors went to Purdue's
great star Joe Campbell who shot
a 74 morning round and copped
it off with a phenomenal 69 in
the afternoon for a 143. Camp-
bell's 69 is the lowest competitive
round turned in on the Michigan
course in the last four years.
Commenting on his sensational

Player
McMasters.....
Micklow...........
MacMichael.... ,... .
Kwasiborski....
Uzelac............
Loeb .............

77
.75
77
77
86

g WOLVERINES FINISH SECOND):
Purdue Linksters D)ef eat 'M',Buckeyes

while Dick Potter had less trouble
than shown by his second set as he
defeated Bob Williams, 6-1, 8-6.
Then, last year's Big Ten doubles
champion, MacKay and Potter,
teamed up to beat Haring and
Williams, 6-2, 6-4.
IIn the best contest of the day.
Wolverine Larry Brown edged'
Chuck Carey in a match that wvent
40 games. After they had split the
first two sets 3-6, 6-3, Brown
fought out a 12-10 victory in the
third and deciding set.
Brown and Dale Jensen, accus-
tomed to playing at number three
doubles moved up to compete
against Carey and Bill Wadsworth
in the number two position. They
had less trouble than they usually
do at number three as they won
6-1, 6-2.,
Tomorrow, Michigan faces Mich-
igan State at 2 p.m. at the Varsity
courts. The Spartans who played

under .500 last year won every one
of their eight matches on their
southern tour this year. They are
led by Dave Brogan and Richard
Menzel at the number one and
two singles positions. Both f in-
ished third at their respective
spots last year in the Big Ten.
STATISTICS
Singles
MacKay (M) beat Haring (1) 6-I,
6-0
Potter (MW) beat Williams (1) 6-1,
8-6
Harris (MW) beat Trehantz (1) 7-5,
6-1
Jensen (MW) beat Wadsworth (1)
6-0,. 7-5
Brown (MW) beat Carey (1) 6-3, 3-6,
12-10
Cohn (MW) beat Hirsch (1) 6-3. 6-1
Doubles
MacKay-Potter (MW) beat Haring-
Williams (1) C-2, 6-4
Jensen-Brown (MW) beat Carey,.,
Wadsworth (1) 6-1, 6-2
Harris-Cohn (MW) beat Trehantz-
Newstat (I) 6-3, 6-4

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mnatch was played under an un- second round Campbell said, "The
usual rule change. Players were wind was bad on my putting that's
allowed to improve the lay of their about all." He putted for 16
ball on the fairways but not in
the rough. birdies and one eagle. The only
Thi chngewoud b adan-green he missed in regulation
This chaogeswouldtbe advan-
tageous to scoring comparable sikswstetid
with normal conditions. "The "Michigan, Ohio State, and Pur-
heav farway an thestrng due ar'e about tops. They should
wind factor tended to compensate battle. it out in the. championships
for the change in rules." com-a t Northwestern," said Purd~ue
m- fm Onar R~ f 2fPn~vr Coach Sam Voinoff.

STATISTICS

Poin 4
Total wow
16 150412Z4
74 151 1214
$o 1S5 12
77 154 13
79 156 141,E
$1 167 8!1

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No Rain Today

FIRST GAME

SECOND GAME

PURDUEA
Spear, at .....
Gorman, 2b ......
Enrietto, 3b..«..
$*%son, lb ....
t' Tennis, rf ....
Kolacki, if.......
s: Espinda, c ..,.
1 Martin, c! .......
8arthorne, p ..

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Totals ............ 38
MICHIGAN AB
Benedict, w ......4
Fox, cfi......... 5
Toiwuelein, If .... 4
Boras, 3b ...........5
Sigman, ri........3
Sealby, lb .......- 3
Snider, C.......... 3
Ronan, 2b ...... 4
Poloskey, p ....... 3
Girardin, p ........ 0
Thurston, ph....... 1
Ferrelli, p......... 0
Finkbeiner, p ...... 0
Peterjohn, p . ,... 0
Totals ............35
Purdue:..016 100I
MICHIGAN : .122 0001

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Kolacki, If ....,
fEspinda, c ....
Martin, cf ........
Stroud, p ....

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Totals ............ 22
MICHIGAN AB
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Boros, 3b....... 3
Sigman, rf......... 2
Sealby, lb ...... 2
Snider, c.....3
Ronan, 2b.....I
Thurston, cf...... 2
Totals ............ 21

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