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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, APRIL' 28,1957

PA(~ UIX THE MICHTGAN DAILY SUNDAY, APRIL 2S, 1957

Wolverine

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Swimming
Donald Adamski
L. Brian Browne
Edward Cole
Peter Fries
Richard Hanley
Joseph Haselby
Cyrus Hopkins
Richard Kiniball
M. Allen Maten
Richard Mehl
Fred Mowrey
John Murphy
David (Fritz) Myers
John Narcy
Theodore Reissing
Harrison Wehner

Hockey
Michael Buchanan
Kenneth Ross Childs
Richard Dunnigan
Donald Gourley
Bernard Hanna
Barrie Hayton
Lorne Howes
John Hutton
Jerry Karpinka
David Wallace Maxwell
Neil McDonald
Robert Pitts
Thomas Rendall
Robert Schiller
Gary Starr
Edward Switzer

SPORT SHORTS:
Gutowski's Vault Breaks
Warmerdan's Record

Girardin Wins Both Games, 7-1,7-6;
Herrnstein Connects with Five Hits

By The Associated Press
PALO ALTO, Calif., - Slender
Bob Gutowski of Occidental Col-
Ige vaulted 15 feet 8% inches yes-
terday to better the world record
for the pole vault by half an inch.
The record, second oldest of the
field events is held by Cornelius
(Dutch) Warmerdam at 15 feet
7% inches.
Gutowski arched over the bar
with several inches to spare. He
later failed three times to clear
more than 16 feet.
* * *
Campbell Beats Robbins
PINEHURST, N. C. - Superb
chipping and putting by Bill
Campbell gave him a 3 and 2 fi-
nals victory over defending cham-

pion Hillman Robbins of Mem-
phis, Tenn., ysterday in the North
and South Amateur Golf Tourna-
ment.
In winning the event for the
third time in eight years, Camp-
bell, 33-year-old insurance man
who captained the 1955 U. S.'
Walkr Cup team, took a five-hole
lead in the morning round as he
shot an even par 72 wIthout the
loss of a hole.
* *
Pro Golfers Set Down
LOUISVILLE, Ky.-Four mem-
bers of the Professional Golfers
Assn., were suspended for 30 days
by their own organization yester--.
day for poor links conduct in the!
Kentucky Derby Open.

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GLEN GIRARDIN
... double winner
Big Ten Standings

By BRUCE BENNETT
Special to The Daily
BLOOMINGTON-Relief pitcher
Glen Girardin claimed victories in
both games of yesterday's double-
header with Indiana, as his team-
mates blasted 25 hits in winning
7-1, and 7-6.
The double triumph placed
Michigan on top in the young
Western Conference season with a
3-0 record.
Girardin, the reliable lefthanded
reliefer, replaced starter John Her-*
rnstein in the top of the fourth
inning of the first game and limit-
ed the Hoosiers to one run and six
hits the rest of the way. He made.
his appearance in the same inning
of the next contest, this time stop-
ping an Indiana rally. He gave up
only three safeties in the second
game.
'M' Loaded with Power
Meanwhile, the power loaded
Michigan batters pounded three
Indiana pitchers but couldn't wrap
up the nightcap until the eighth
inning.
Under Big Ten rules, second
games of doubleheaders are to last
only seven innings.
With the score tied 6-6, Jim
Vukovich, the only regular to go
hitless during the day, led off and

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Minnesota ........ 2
Iowa ..............1I
Ohio State........2
Illinois ........... 0
Northwestern ..... 0
Purdue............0
Michigan State ... 1
Indiana...........0
Wisconsin.........0
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was safe on an error by pitcher
Albin Hayes. Herrnstein then rap-
ped his fifth hit of the twin bill, a'
clean single to center, sending
Vukovich to second.
Al Sigman sacrificed the run-
ners along was was safe himself
on a poor throw by the first base-
man, Arnie Heltzer, thus filling
the bases.
After Jim Dickey popped up,
Hayes walked his opposing
moundsman, Girardin, forcing in
the eventual winning run.
Opens Four-Run Lead
Michigan had opened up a four-
run lead in the first two innings
but the Hoosiers battled back and
tied the score after four frames.
Singles by Ernie Myers and
Bruce Fox and a double by Steve
Boros plus a throwing error gave
the Wolverines three runs in the
first inning. They added one more
in the second when Dickey singled,
Jim Clark, the starting pitcher,
sacrificed, and Myers singled Dic-
key home.
The teams traded one more run
before the hosts got to Clark and
his replacement, Dean Finkbeiner,
for five runs to take the lead, 6-5.
A walk, two singles and a sacri-
fice fly brought in two runs for the
Hoosiers in the third, and then
three singles and a throwing error
by Finkbeiner brought them three
more in the fourth.
Knotted Count in Fifth
Michigan knotted the count in
the fifth on a single by Fox, who
took second when the leftfielder
fumbled the ball. He finally crossed
the plate on Boros' single. This
set the stage for the Wolverines'
comeback win in the extra inning.
Clark was chased when the men
from Bloomington got to him in
the fourth. Finkbeiner pitched to
two batters unsuccessfully before
Fisher called on Girardin for the

second time during the afternoon.
He promptly proceeded to set the
opposition down without any fur-
ther damage.
Home runs paved the way for
Michigan in the opener. Fox con-
nected in the first, Herrnstein belt-
ed his second in as many days in
the second, and Gene Snider fol-
lowed suit in the fifth to provide a
3-0 cushion.
The visitors pushed across three
more in the eighth on a walk to
Vukovich, singles by Herrnstein
and Al Sigman and a two-run
double by Snider.
Final Run in Ninth
The final tally came in the
ninth on back-to-back doubles by
Boros and Captain Ken Tippery.
The lone run to be scored against
Girardin came in the eighth when
Jerry Gates doubled, went to
third'on a long fly, and scored on
a sacrifice fly by John Anderson.
John Herrnstein started the
opening game against Indiana. He
complained of a sore arm, and was
put in center field in the fourth
inning after striking out five.
Girardin, whose performance to-
day indicates that he could prove
an increased value to the team as
the season continues, had letter
perfect control in both games,
striking out six and walking none.
The only sour note of the day
was the ejection of Don Poloskey
from the bench in the second
game. Poloskey apparently voiced
his opinions too noisily on a tight-
decision at first base.
League Leaders

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Minnesota 4-6, Wisconsin 1-2
Iowa at Northwestern (rained out)
Illinois at Purdue (rained out)

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MICHIGAN AB R,
Myers, 3b 5 0
Fox, If 5 1
Tippery, 2b 4 1
Boros, ss 5 0
Vukovich, lb 3 1
Herrnstein, p ef 4 2
Sigman, rf 4 1
Snider, c 4 1
Hutchings, of 1 0
Girardin, p 3 0
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Anderson, 3b
Sjoholni, 2b
Howe, rf
Kirkpatrick, lb
Mills, If
Franklin, cf
Koselke, ss
Gates, c
W. Smith, p
a Noone
Patterman, p
TOTALS
a) flied out for S'
MICHIGAN 11
INDIANA 00
SECOND
MICHIGAN
Myers, 3b
Fox, If
Tippery, 2b
Boros, ss
Vukovich, lb
Herrnstein, ef
Sigmnan, rf
Dickey, c
Clark, p
Finkbeiner, p
Girardin, p
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Franklin, ef
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Koselke, ss
Howe, If
Kirkpatrick,
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Heltzer, lb
Mills, If -
B. Smith, If
Berres, If
Sjoholm, 2b
Noone, 3b
Young, c
Hayes ,p
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