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SUNDAY, MAY 12, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAIIV

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Nine

Drops

Pair;

Trackmen's

Streak Broken

Illinois Moundsmen Sileiie
Michigan Batters, 6-1, 4-1

Illini Cindermen Rout Wolverines, 76-56
To Shatter Long Undefeated Streak at 23

By BRUCE BENNETT
Special To The Daily
A pair of chunky right handers
took the mound for Illinois yester-
day and quelled the mighty bats of
Michigan as'the Illini took both
ends of a doubleheader, 6-1, and
4-1.
The double loss knocked the
Wolverines from first place in the
Big Ten bastball race.
Frank Schwartz and Bob Tedes-
co the winning pitchers held the
Wolverine hitters to five hits in
each of the two games.
Michigan Scores
In the opener, Michigan got to
Schwartz for the first run of the
game in the fourth inning. With
one out Steve Boros singled, took
second on an infield out by Michi-
gan pitcher John Herrnstein and
then scored on a single by first
baseman Jim Vukovich.

ROLLA McMULLEN
... leads Illini hitters

Please Come Home!

First Game

MICHIGAN
Myers, 3b
Fox, If
Tippery, 2b
Boros,Sss
Ilerrnstein, p-ef
Vukovich, lb
Sigman, rf
Snider, c
Hutchings, cf
Polosley, p
MacPhee, ph
Finkbeiner, p
TOTALS
a) MacPhee dou
seventh.
ILLINOIS
Pawlow, cf
Bolk, 2b
Klaus, ss
Kating, If
Shoptaw, rf
Frillman, rf
Hailer, lb
Lanter, c
McMullen, 3b'
Schwartz, p
TOTALS

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ILLINOIS
MICHIGAN
MICHIGAN
Myers, 3b
Fox, If
Tippery, 2b
Boros, ss
Herrnstein, cf
Vukovich, Ib
Sigman, rf
Dickey, c
lark, p
TOTALS
ILLINOIS
Pawlow, cf
Bolk, 2b
Klaus, ss
Frillman, rf
Haller, lb
Lanter, c
Kating, If
McMullen, 3b
Tedesco,, p
TOTALS
MICHIGAN
ILLINOIS

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The Illini bounced back for three
runs in their half of the fourth.
Up to this point Herrnstein had
held Illinois hitless. But with one
out he gave up successive walks to
John Kating and Bob Shoptaw.
Tom Ialler followed with Illinois'
first hit, a single sporing Kating.
Catcher Wayne Lanter doubled
scoring Shoptaw, and Rolla Mc-
Mullen, the Illini big gun in the
twinbill, hit a sacrifice fly scor-!
ing Lanter, who had taken third
on the throw home of his run-pro-
aucing double.
Poloskey Relieves
Coach Ray Fisher sent Don
Poloskey to the mound in the fifth
and the Michigan left hander was
greeted by three singles scoring
two runs.
Dick Pawlow singled, t o o k
second on an infield out, and then
scored on a hit by Bob Klaus.
Klaus, brother of the Borton Red
Sox shortstop, stole second and
took third when catcher Gene Sni-
der's throw went into center field.
Shoptaw singled him home.
Illinois got its last run in the
sixth when McMullen homered.
Wolverines Threaten
In the top of the seventh Michi-
gan threatened. Bill MacPhee
batting for Poloskey doubled, Ernie
Myers walked, but the rally died
when Bruce Fox forced MacPhee
at third.
Illinois scored two runs in the
first inning and two in the sixth
to win the second game for Tedes-
co who allowed Michigan five hits.
Jim Clark went the distance for
the Wolverines and matched Te-
desco's five-hitter but two errors
were too much for him to over-
come.
Pawlow doubled, in the first,
was sacrificed to third, and scored
when Boros' throw home was wild.
In the sixth with one out and
Klaus on second, Frillman hit a,
slow roller to Tippery that he
charged, picked up, and then fired
wide to first, allowing Klaus to
score.
Michigan got its only run in the
fourth. Vukovich was safe on an
error, and advanced to second
when Tedesco hit Al Sigman. Jim
Dickey; subbing for Snider, singled
him home, but the rally died when
Clark hit into a double play.
I BIG TEN STANDINGS j

Special to The Daily
CHAMPAIGN-Disaster, as fore-
casted by Coach Don Canham,
struck the Michigan track team
here yesterday as a vengeful Illi-
Wolverines, 76-56. to end a dual-
triangular meet win streak of 23.
Not since 1955 has a Michigan
team fallen in a two- or three-
school meet, but yesterday the
team which last put the Wolver-
ines to the torch of defeat did it
again-and in a way that even'
the usually pessimistic Canham
did not expect.
It was supposed to have been
close, but the Illini, who by their,
victory have once again estab-
lished themselves as a power to
watch in the Big Ten, were in no
mood for close meets.
Illini Gain Vengeance
They wanted suitable vengeance
for the 30-point defeat inflicted'
on them by the Wolverines at Yost
Field House last February and'
suitable revenge they received.
Led by the spectacular perform-
ances of Bib Mitchell, Bob Dintel-
mann, Ron Maris and Al Urbankus
the Illini swept 10 out of 14 first

places to completely dominate the
meet.
Mitchell, Dintelmann and Maris
all scored double victoriesand
IUrbankus beat hi sold rival, Bren-
dan O'Reilly, who had a bad day
and could only clear 6'2" in the
high jump, setting a new meet
and stadium record in the process
at 6'85/""
Owen Sets Record
One other record fell in the
meet and that went to Dave Owen,
the one Wolverine who never
seems to lose. Owen sent the
weight 57'2/" to establish new
meet and stadium marks.
Outside of Owen's expected first
the only other Michigan victories
came from the mile relay team,
which turned in a very fine 3:19
clocking in the wind-swept sta-
dium; Laird Sloan, who won the
440-yd. dash in :49.4, Mamon
Gigson, who tied for first in the
pole vault at 13'8" and Lou Wil-
liams who won the broad jump at
21'6".
For Illinois the victory climaxed
the fight up "comeback trail"
that started after they had wound

-Daily-David Arnold
SETS RECORD-Michigan's Dave Owen .set a new meet and
Illinois Memorial Stadium shot put record yesterday with a heave
of 57'2%", but the Wolverines lost the dual meet, 76-56, to the
Illini.
Major League Standings

up in last place in the Conference
indoors last March.
Both Mitchell and Dintelmann
proved they are much better per-
formers than their indoor records
show.
Mitchell Beats Pace
Mitchell beat out Jim Pace, his
arch rival on the cinders or on
the football field, in the 100-yd.
dash by a single step and in the
220-yd. dash he won another close
one over Dick Flodin, who stumb-
led at the wire.
Neither of the Mitchell victories
produced anywhere near record
times because they were run
directly into the high winds, but
for the record book the 100 was
negotiated in :10 and the 220 in
:22.1.
Vengeance for previous defeat
was also gained by Dintlemann as
he edged Helmar Dollwet by the
barest of margins in the mile, the
day's closest race.
The winning time for the event
was a respectable 4:17.6 and the
race was so close that none of the
contenders was over 4:20.
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GI
Milwaukee 4 7 .667
Cincinnati 14 7 .667 -
Brooklyn 12 9 .5712
Philadelphia 12 9 .5712
St. Louis 11 9 .5503
New York 10 13 .4355
Chicago 7 14 .3337
Pittsburgh 5 17 .2279
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (2)
Brooklyn at New .York
Milwaukee at St. Louis (2)
Cincinnati at Chicago (2)
Yesterday's Results
Ph;iladelphia 7, Pittsburgh 2
Cincinnati 8, Chicago 7
St. Louis 8, Milwaukee 7
New York 6, Brooklyn 5

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
WV L Pct. GI
Chicago 13 7 .650
New York 13 8 .619
Cleveland 12 8 .600
Boston 12 9 .571
Detroit 11 12 .478
Kansas City 11 12 .478
Baltimore 9 12 .420 4
Washington 5 18 .217
TODAY'S GAMES
Kansas City at Cleveland (2)
Chicago at Detroit
New York at Baltimore
Washington atyBoston (2)
Yesterday's Results
Cleveland 2, Kansas City 1
New York 6, Baltimore 4
Chicago at Detroit-Rain
Washington at Boston-Rain

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OSU NINE FOLLOWS:
Hawkeyes Take Lead

FRED V. BASOM

By The Associated Press
burprising Iowa moved into first
place in the Big Ten baseball race
on the wings of a double-sweep of
Minnesota yesterday, 3-2, and 6-4.
Hawkeye pitchers Don Dobrino
and Jack Nora held the Gophers
to live hits and six hits, respec-
tively, in gainiing the victories.
Tne first game of the scheduled
triple-header was canceled be-
cause of wet grounds.
The opener of the twin bill was
Cleveland Puts
Rookie Maris
On Injury List
CLEVELAND (1P) - X-rays dis-
closed yesterday that Roger Mans,
the Cleveland. Indians slugging
rookie outfielder, suffered two
fractured ribs in a collision at
second base during a game with
Kansas City Friday night.
Dr. Donald A. Kelly, team phy-
sician, said Maris will be laid up
from 10 days to two weeks.
Maris, 21, led the Indians in
home runs, with 5, and in runs
batted in with 16. His batting
average is .315.
He collided with Milt Graff of
the Athletics at second base.
Graff's elbow struck him in the
right side.
Maris was the second Indian
regular to be sidelined by injury
this week.
Herb Score, Cleveland's strike-
out king, was smashed in the right
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with the New York Yankees Tues-
day night here.
Manager Kerby Farrell said
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of Maris.
Until this accident occurred,
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possible rookie of the year from
the New York Yankee's Toney
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marked by controversy. Four
Gophers, including coach Dick
Siebert were ejected from the
game which Siebert said he would
protest on Umpire Jim Ryan's
ruling in the eighth inning re-
garding a Gopher pinch-hitter re-.
maining in the game.
Ohio State, idle because of poor
weather, slipped into second place
ahead of Michigan who dropped
a doubleheader to Illinois.
Northwestern pulled in front of
the dropping Gophers when it took
two from Indiana, 4-0, 12-1. North-
western pitchers held the weak
hitting Hoosiers to two hits in. the
opener and three hits in the night-
cap.
Indiana committed two errors
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the Wildcats five unearned runs
of their 12-run total.
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