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SUNL TD.AY, MAY 27, 1958

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

rAGE THREIT

SUNDAY, MAY 2'7, 1956 THE MICUIGAI'~ DAILY ~'AGE TTIRE~

Track
Cindermen's
Final Event
Gains Title
Mile Relay Quartet
Wins Crucial Points
(Continued from Page 1)

Tennis

e a epeat as Big Ten
Wolverine Baseball Team Scores MacKay Wins Top Singles,
Double Defeat Over Michigan State Joins Potter to Cop Doubles

resulting from injuries which had
prevented them from practicing
sufficiently.
Yet all four ran the fastest
quarter-miles of their careers.
Matheson's opening lap was :50.0;
Varian followed with a :49.0;
Sloan's third leg was covered -in
:47.3; and Flodin anchored in an
unbelievable :46.9.
This quartet finished second,
inches behind Indiana and about
20 yds. ahead of helpless Iowa.
Their time-3:13.7-is the third
fastest in Michigan history. The
result-the Big Ten outdoor
crown rests securely with Ann Ar-
bor for the 22nd time.
Two outdoor kings from Michi-
gan repeated their titles. Dave
Owen took the shot and Eeles
Landstrom set a Michigan Varsity
outdoor and Memorial Stadium
record in copping the pole vault
in 14'6".'
Canham Elated
Canham was elated after the
win. "It was the most exciting and
most satisfying of the four straight
Big Ten championships because we
did it the hard way," he stated.
$(Everyone -- even those who
didn't score-gave tremendous per-
&formances."
As for Captain Ron Wallingford,
leading his mates for the last
time, he was a "team man" all the
way as he took thirds in both dis-
tance events.
"Wallingford relinquished a sure
victory in the two-mile to run'the
mile first," Canham observed. "He
could have - beaten IKennedy (of
MSU, the winner) by at least a
half-lap if he had been rested."

GREG BELL RON WALLINGFORD
.. Indiana Jumper .. . valuable point-getter

By AL JONES
A six run burst in the fourth
inning of the first game and a
fine pitching performance by Don
Poloskey in the second gave Mich-
igan's baseball team double re-
venge over Michigan State at
Ferry Field yesterday, 7-3 and 2-1.
This ended the season for the
'M' nine with an overall record of
17 victories and nine defeats, and
a 6-5 record in the Big Ten, which
places them in fourth place.
Big Fourth
The Wolverines entered the big
fourth inning of the first game
at the low end of a 3-1 score. Third,
baseman Steve Boros began the
rally with a double into left cen-
ter field, followed by a walk for
Al Sigman and a strikeout by
Bob Sealby.
Then catcher Gene Snider sing-
led driving Boros home, with Sig-
man holding up at second. Pitcher
Bruce Fox followed with a double
that scored Sigman and put Snider
on third. Both runners held their
bases as Captain Moby Benedict
was safe at first on an infield
single.
This marked the end for Michi-
gan State pitcher Walt Godfrey.
Tipery Chosen
Second baseman Ken Tippery
was elected captain of the 1957
Michigan baseball team at the
meeting following the double
victory over Michigan State
yesterday.
Herwill succeed shortstop
Moby Benedict, who captained
the current Wolverine nine.

(Continued from Page 1)

Too Clowe for Comfort

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DISCUS-1, Thompson, Minnesota.
2, Yonkey, Minnesota. 3, Pellant, Il-
linois. 5, Peters, Wisconsin. Distance:
160' 3". (Held on Friday).
SHOT PUT-1, Owen MICHIGAN-
53' 6%". 2, Henry, Minnesota-53' 5%".
3, Lane, Indiana-53' 4-. 4, Peters, Wis-
consin-52' 111. 5, Thompson, Minn-
esota-52' 10%".
MILE RUN-1, Wheeler, Iowa. 2,
Dintlenian, Illinois. 3, Wallingford,
MICHIGAN. 4, Jones, Michigan State.
5, Bluementhal, Purdue.. 4:12.7.
440-YARD-RUN-1, Ward, Indiana.
2, Finch, Iowa. 3, Ely, Indiana. 4,
Sloan, MICHIGAN. 5,EOsborn, North-
western. :47.7. Equals Conference rec-
ord around two turns set by Cirilo
McSween, Illinois, in 1951.
BROAD JUMP-1, Bell, Indiana-25
11%". 2, Donaldson, Indiana-24' 8%".
3, Davis, Ohio State-23' 51". 4, Brab-
ham, Michigan State-23' 2". 5, Leahy,
Iowa-23' 1%"..
100-YARD-DASH-I, Brabham, Mich-
igan State. 2, Carroll, Northwestern.
3, Garner, Minnesota. 4, Davis, Ohio
State. 5, Pace, MICHIGAN. :09.7.
120-YARD HIGH HURDLES-I, Stev-
ens, Iowa. 2, Savoldi, Michigan State.
3, Toye, Northwestern. 4, Campbell,
Indiana. 5, Woodson, Illinois. :14.2.

HIGH JUMP-1, Urbanckas, Illinois;
O'Reilly, MICHIGAN; and Booth,
MICHIGAN; three-way tie at 6' 5%''.
4, Hillmer, Michigan State; Kramer,
MICHIGAN; Stevens, Iowa; Mylin,
Wisconsin; Menees, MICHIGAN, and
Boyd, Indiana, six-way tie at 6' 4".
880-YARD RUN-1, Wheeler, Iowa;
2, Smith, Iowa; 3, Miller, Indiana; 4.
Lean, Michigan State; 5, McClain,
Ohio State. 1:51.7.
220-YARD DASH-l, Brabham Mich-
igan State; 2, Flodin, MICHIGAN; 3,
Davis, Ohio State; 4, Garner, Minnes-
ota; 5, Bell, Indiana. :21.2.
TWO-MILE RUN-1, Kennedy,
Michigan State; 2, Jonsson, Illinois;
3 Wallingford, MICHIGAN; 4, Keil-
strup, MICHIGAN; 5, Wheeler, Michi-
gan State. 9:19.1.
220-YARD LOW HURDLES-1, Davis
Ohio State; 2, Stevens, Iowa; 3. Moy-
ers, ,Northwestern, tie; 5, Rudesill,
MICHIGAN. :23.5.
POLE VAULT-1, Landstrom, MICH-
IGAN, 14' 6"; 2, Van Dyke, Iowa; Ly-
ons, Ohio State; Pipe, Iowa; and
Rogers, Minnesota, four-way tie at
ONE-MILE RELAY-1, Indiana (Caf-
fey, Miller, Ely, Ward); 2, MICHI-
GAN; 3,Iowa; 4, Michigan State; 5,}
Wisconsin. 3:13.1.

-Daily-Vern Soden
BRUCE FOX, Michigan pitcher and centerfielder, hits a double
that drove in one of the six runs in the fourth inning of the first
game, which Michigan won 7-3. Fox was the winning pitcher in
the first game and got three hits in seven times at bat for the day.

liberate game came back to tie
the match at 5-5.
The games went back and forthf
from here on with each player;
holding service.x
Finally, Field broke through tos
pull ahead 12-13 and apparently
have the set in hand. At this point
MacKay showed his true cham-
pionship caliber by taking four
straight points from Field to shut
him out on his own service and
once more draw even.
With this turning point. Mac-
Kay went on to capture the mara-
thon set, 17-15. and advance to
the finals.
It was the general consensus of
those present that MacKay played
his best tennis of the season yes-
terday.
Harris Whips Fryman
John Harris came into his own
as he won an extremely important
match from George Fryman of
Indiana 6-4, 6-2, to win the num-
ber four singles. Fryman until
yesterday was considered the best
number four singles player in the
Big Ten.
But, Harris playing a careful
game and waiting for his oppor-
tunities used his strong ground
strokes to whip him comparative-
ly easy.
Potter had no trouble at all
today as he came to the net to
defeat Carl DJentice of Indiana
in the finals. His volley was es-
pecially strong today and it show-
ed up in the doubles which he and
MacKay took from Al Kuhn and
Paul Bennett in the last match of
the day 6-3, 7-5.
Jaffe Repeats
Mark Jaffe, who last year won
the Big Ten number two singles

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Team Pointa
Michigan................ 61
Indiana..................54
Northwestern4.............46
Purdue ..................I91,
Illinois....................19
Iowa...................
Michigan State...........15
Ohio State...............
Wisconsin ................. 6'a
Minnesota................ 21.,

championship won the number
three singles this year easily. In
fact. nQ competition could be
found for Jaffe who literally over-
powered all opposition. It is quite
conceivable that Jaffe could have
repeated at number two this year
if he had played there,
Final Standings

on a wild pitch, which was follow-,
ed by a strikeout by Howie Tom-'
melein. Second baseman Ken Tip-
pery followed with a double to
centerfield, scoring Thurston, and
Steve Boros, up for the second
time that inning, ended the rout
with a fly out to left field.
Except for that inning, it was a
relatively quiet ball game. Michi-
gan State started the scoring in

FIRST GAME_

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who was replaced by Bill Mills.
But the Wolverines weren't
through yet, as Bill Thurston
doubled a Mill's pitch into left
field to score Snider and Fox and
place Benedict on third.
Benedict Scores
Benedict then scored from third#
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MICHIGAN STATE AB
Palamara, 2b ...... 5
Morrall, ss.........5
Sack, if...........3
Luce, c............4
Collard, cf .........4
Polomsky, rf......3
Bird, 3b ........... 4
Davis, lb. . 4
Godfrey p .........1
Mills, p........... 2
Moore, ph......... I
Totals............ 36
MICHIGAN AB
Benedict, ss........4
Thurston, cf.......4
Tommelein, If .... 4
T.iippery, 2b ,....... 4
Boros,3b .. .,4
Sigman, rf......... 3
Sealby, lb......... 4
Snider, c...........3
Fox, p............. 4
Totals............34
Michigan State ... 100
MICHIGAN.......100

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the top of the first inning when
Frank Palamara was sacrificed
home on a fly ball by Al Luce.
Michigan retaliated in their half
of the first as Benedict grounded
out, Thurston walked and. Tom-
melein beat -out a sharp hit off
pitcher Godfrey's glove. Then Tip-
pery singled to left field to send
Thurston home.
MSU Breaks Tie
The Spartans broke the tie in
'the top of the fourth as Fox walk-
ed Sack and Luce and centerfield-
er Ray Collard hit a ground ball
to Fox, which he threw wide of
Sfirst,allowing Sack to score from
second.
Then a fly ball by rightfielder
John Polomsky sacrificed in Luce
with the Spartans' final run, as
Bob Bird and Roscoe Davis both
flied out to end their half of the
fourth.
'The Wolverines were hitting ex-
tremely well in the first game,
collecting a total of ten hits, and
bunching them well in the fourth
inning to score the winning six
runs. In the second game both
Poloskey and MSU pitcher Ron
Perranoski held the other team tc
only five hits, but the Wolverines
were able to score one more run
than State.
Fox Scores
The winning run came in the
fifth inning, as Fox, playing cen-
terfield this game, was safe on an
error by Earl Morrall. Tommeleir
sacrificed Fox to second, and Tip-
pery followed with a grounder that
Morrall scooped up, but threw wide
of the bag. Fox scored on the
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second. The inning ended as Boros
grounded out, and Sigman flied tC
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Michigan Golfers 'lake second Place in conference

Special To The Daily
EVANSTON, Ill. - It took a
tremendous performance by Pur-
due's great golfer Joe Campbell
to enable the Boilermakers to nose
out Michigan for the Big Ten
golf championships here yester-
day.
Campbell blazed around the
Northwestern's Wilmettet golf
course in three under par 281 for
the four rounds of play to tie the
Big Ten record. His performance
was 16 strokes better than the top
Hockey ..
(Continued from Page 1)
were both out of town last night.
In an effort to seek comment
from persons directly connected
with the ruling, The Daily spoke
to Minnesota hockey coach John-
ny Mariucci by long distance tele-
phone. The Gopher mentor did not
attempt to hide his disapproval
of the action:
"I'm the most disturbed person
in the world," he said. "This is the
worst thing I've ever heard of.
Signing an option has nothing to
do with amateur status. We want
the best hockey possible in this
country; we don't want second-
rate .hockey!"
There still may be a way left
open to colleges in this country
who depend on Canadian talent;
it is rumored that the Canadian
Amateur Hockey Association has
been thinking of placing players
on negotiation lists, rather than
having them sign tryout and op-
tion forms.

Wolverine golfer John- Schubeck,
who finished in a tie for fourth
spot.
Nip 'M' by Seven
Despite this lead, the Boiler-
makers were able to finish a mere
seven strokes ahead of the Maize
and Blue. Purdue end-ed up with a-
final score of 1501, trailed by
Michigan at 1508.
Ohio State took third spot, only
a single stroke behind the Wol-
verines at 1509. Wisconsin gar-'
nered a fourth place finish.
Michigan was just able to squeez
past the Buckeyes in the race for
second place. On the final hole
of the tournament, Steve Uzelac
needed to sink a three foot putt
to clinch second for the Wolver-
ines.
Uzelac's putt rolled around the
lip of the cup, and finally dropped
in.
In the race for individual medal-
ist honors, Northwestern's Rudy
Boyd was able to finish second
with a very respectable 289. Last
year's Big Ten champion, Roger
Rubendall of Wisconsin placed
third with a final, total of 296.
Schubeck Ties for Fourth
Schubeck and Ken Rodewald of
Michigan State tied for fourth
spot with final scores of 297.
In the morningo round yester-
day, Schubeck led the field with
six birdies, but his performance
was marred by two bogies and two
double bogies.
Michigan's Captain Bob Mc-
Masters closed out his intercollegi-
ate golf career with a brilliant
round on the last nine holes. He
shot a two under par 33. However,
his first nine was a rather dis-
appointing 42.

/

Michigan was the only team to be around to harass Big Ten golf-'
place three golfers in the top ten. ers next season.
In addition to Schubeck, McMas- Boyd's performance for North-
ters and Fred Micklow also in the western was almost able to matchj
select group. Campbell for three rounds but!
Both finished in a four way tie could not match the brilliant 67
for seventh place with Frank Jud- that the Boilermaker's star shot
ish of Iowa and Mike'Mural of yesterday morning. Boyd finished
Ohio State at 301. . with round scores of 70, 74, 73 and
Michigan was able to make up 72.

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quite a margin in the final two
rounds but their rally just wasn't
enough. The Maize and Blue trail-
ed Purdue by 16 strokes at the
start of yesterday's play, in a tie
for third spot.
Schubeck's performance was al
very pleasant surprise for the Wol-
verines. He had been in a rather
bad slump in recent weeks, but
easily compensated for it with his!
brilliant play in the conference
meet.
Michigan's six golfers were all
bunched close together. There was
only a stroke difference between!
Schubeck and the fifth golfer.
State Falters
Michigan State folded badly in
the last day of play. After Friday's
round, the Spartans were in a tie
with Michigan for third place, but
they fell all the way to a three
way tie for sixth spot.
Minnesota who was rated as a
potential dark horse for first place
in the pre-tournament ratings
could do no better than a tie for
sixth.
The record that Campbell tied
in his brilliant round was set in'
1953, by Michigan's John Fisher.
Campbell is rated as the top col-
legiate golfer in the country, and
holds last year's individual crown
in the NCAA tourney.
Campbell, who is a junior, will

(Golf Slats
IINAL STANDINGS
ream
1. Purdue ..................
2. MICHIGAN.............
3. Ohio State..............
4. Wisconsin...........--
5. Northwestern............
6. Minnesota...............
7. Michigan State..........
8. Illinois.................
9. Iowa....................
10. Indiana .................
Michigan Scoring
Player Round Scores'

Total
.1541
1508
1509
1520
1526
1549
1549
1549
1569
1590
Total
297
301
301
30'2
307
314

SECOND GAME
MICHIGAN STATE AB
Palamara, 2b.......3
Morrall, ss ...3
Sack, If. ... .3
Franchi c , .......,. 3
Polomsky, rf ...... 2
Collard, cf ........ 3
Bird, 3b........... 2
Blue, lb ........... I
Moore, ph........I
Perranoski, p.......I
Mills, ph...........i
Totals.............23
MICHIGAN AB
Benedict, ss ....... 4
Fox, cf............2
Tommelein, If .... I
Tippery, 2b......... 3
Boros, 3b ..........3
Sigman, rf.........3
Artz, rf.0
Sealby lb . ... 2
Snider, c...........3
Poloskey, p......... 3
Totals.......,....24
Michigan State....
MICHIGAN..........0

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McMasters ....... 72-7
Micklow .....78-7
Loeb............. 77..7
Uzelac......... 5
MacMichael......76-
Top Ten Go
1. Campbell, P.U. ...
2. Boyd, N'west'n ,.
3. Rubendall, Wis..
4. Schubeck, M.U. .
5. Rodewald. MSU ..
6. Forbes, Wis. ......,
7. Judish, Iowa .....
8. McMasters, M.U.
9. Mike Mural. OSU.
10. Micklow, M.U. .

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