TUESDAY, MAY 7,1957
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Lloyd Defeats Chicago
In 3-Hit I-M'A' Game
By STEVE SALZMAN
Michigan's track team t
in the four best winning per.
ances in the cold weathe
Milwaukee, this past weekel
Dave Owen led the sho
field with a toss of 56'10".1
dan O'Reilly was the winr
the high jump at 6'4". Altl
O'Reilly probably could have
higher, Coach Don Canhan
cided to stop him for fear c
Laird Sloan turned in a
mendous time for the 44
49.6. The cold weather ham
the time of this performanc
Actually the trackmen wc
meet with their six second
ten third places. When quesi
as to the reason for the com
tively few first places tha
winning team achieved, t
Canham replied that it is
hard to score ahead of Ira
Western Michigan's 013
entry, Murchison took boti
100-yd. and the 220-yd. de
However, Michigan's Jim
and Dick Flodin refused to
second fiddle to him as
stuck close, and mhade both
The big letdown in the
was the poor marks of the 88
runners and the broad jun
These are supposed to be s
points for the track men, but
only took one third place an(
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ily, Stand Out
Katzenmeyer Not Satisfied
...wins high jump
Inj uries Hit
With only three weeks elapsed
of the current season, several
major league stars are already
on the injury list.
Big Ted Kluszewski of the Cin-
cinnati Redlegs has a "protruding
intervertebral disc," and may un-
dergo an operation. "Klu" has only
played in one game this season.
Southpaw Whitey Ford, ace New
York Yankee pitcher, will be out
of action for at least a week. Ford
has a mild muscle pull in his
In yesterday's game with the
Tigers, Baltimore manager Paul
Richard lost two third basemen,
George Kell and Wayne Causey,
for an indefinite period of time.
Richards also has drawn a $50 fine
and a three day suspension as a
result of a dispute with unmpire
Ed Hurley Saturday night.
By AL JONES
Michigan's golf team has three
weeks of hard work ahead.
The picture, as seen by Wolver-
ine coach Bert Katzenmeyer, is
clear. The Conference meet is
three weeks off, and his team is
"They won't be ready." Katzen-
meyer states, "unless they put in
plenty of hard work. They will
have to improve greatly if they
expect to compare with the other
Big Ten schools.
They Have To Work
"The way they shot last Satur-
day they don't even deserve to be
in the Conference. I dcon't know
if they can do it, they will really
have to work'to be ready in three
The first hurdle for the Wol-
verines will be this Saturday. They
play host to Purdue. Ohio State
and Michigan State in a 36-hole
match beginning at 8 a rn. and
Purdue and Ohio State will be
out to continue their domination
of the Michigan team, which they
have established in their two pre-
Home Advantage Saturday
This time the Wolverines will
be playing their home course, giv-
ing them an advantage that the
other two squads had previously.
Also, Katzenmeyer will regain the
services of John Schuback and
Stan Kwasiborski, two veterans
who missed the last meet because
of academic obligations.
Purdue has been heads above
the Wolverines and Buckeyes thus
far, and it will take great improve-
ment in either squad to beat the
Boilermakers. However, Michigan's
linksters haven't been shooting up
to Katzenmeyer's pre-season ex-
pectations, and if the improve-
ment he has expected could come
this week, Purdue might find
themselves upset Saturday.
However, if Purdue should win
again, a victory over Ohio State
and Michigan State would still
show improvement in Katzen-
meyer's squad, and would mean
that the Wolverines could look
forward to the Conference meet
with hopes of victory.
For 15 Days
LOUISVILLE, Xy. () - Jockey
Willie Shoemaker yesterday was
suspended for 15 days "for gross
carelessness in misjudging the
point of finish" in the 83rd run-
ning of the Kentucky Derby.
Shoemaker's mount, Gallant
Man, finished second in a photo
finish with Calumet's Iron Liege.
Shoemaker said after the race
that he misjudged the 16th pole
for the finish line and eased up
on his mount.
By DAVE N. LYON
By virtue of a key home run
and a fine pitching performance,
Lloyd emerged victorious in a
residence hall A' softball contest
The highlight of the afternoon
was the fine mound work turned
in by residence hall pitchers. In
the first of these achievements.
Bob Pallissard of Lloyd allowed
only 3 scattered hits as his team
defeated Chicago, 6-4. Lloyd's of-
fensive punch was largely sup-
plied by Dave Robbins' 3 run ho-
mer, the only one of the after-
In the Kelsey-Hunoer game both
pitchers tossed three hitters, but
the Kelsey team pushed across 3
runs in the last inning to salvage
a 4-3 victory over their South
Scott was on the receiving end
of what was perhaps the best in-
dividual performance of the day.
They were stopped by Frank Balle
of Strauss who hurled a one hit-
ter as his team defeated the Scott
Undefeated Anderson kept its
streak alive as they beat Cooley,
11-5, while Hayden won its first
game of the season by downing
Allen Rumsey, 8-5. In other resi-
dence hall contests, Adams
humbled Hinsdale, 12-2, and Wil-
liams edged Reeves 18-12.
In fraternity 'B' action, Chi
Psi snowed Sigma Nu, 38-14, in a
game featuring a 13 run inning
for the victors ahd a six hit per-
formance by Chi Psi's Bill Mead.
Another astronomical score was
prevalent in the A.T.O.-Phi Gam-
ma Delta contest. In this game
the Phi Delts were swamped by a
lopsided 21-1 tally.
WASHINGTON (R) -- Cal-
vin Griffith, president of the
Washington last-place baseball
team was enroute to Detroit
last night to Join the team and
possibly fire Manager Chuck
Dressen, the Washington Post
and Times Herald said.
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