SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1957
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TITREI
Two-Run Homer by Boros
Wins Game for Wolverines)
'M' Cindermen Fall to OSU, 74-58;
Owen Establishes New Meet Record
(Continued from Page 1)
Michigan the game and a 6-3 con-
Because of the uncertai.t y:f
at e weather, the game di i not get
started until 40 minutes past the
' reuWar starting time. Compara-
tively few fans braved the cold
and dampness te watch the Wo-
veines bounce back into the win-
ning column after dropping a
doubleheader to Illinois : t week-
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Jim Clark sterted the game fox
the WolverinACs He wqs 1-1 in
Big Ten action entering yester-
day's game. His opponent on the
mound was Thomas who had a 2-1
Minnesota broke the ice in the
second inning when it pushed
across one run. It came on a home
run off the bat of George Thomas,
a brother to the Minnesota pitcher.
But Michigan bounced right
back in its half of the inning.
Boros got the first of his two hits,
a single to center. Jim Vukovich
brought him home with a triple
that took a high bounce over the
From this point on, however, the
Gophers dominated the offensive
action. In the third inning they
tallied three runs on four hits, a
walk off Clark, and an error by
Minnesota made the score 6-1
in the fourth inning when it
scored two more runs and drove
Clark to the showers. Dave Lind-
blom doubled to open the inning.
"Max" Schmitt grounded out, but
Marty Nelson tripled to drive
After Doug Gillen flied out to
Al Sigman, George Thomas got
his second hit and also his second
RBI of the afternoon when he
singled to bring home Nelson.
SHARE, SPOTLIGHT--Glen Girardin (left) and Steve Boros
(right) played vital roles in Michigan's 7-6 victory over Minnesota
yesterday. Girardin relieved starting pitcher Jim Clark in the
fifth inning and pitched five scoreless innings. Boros connected
for a 400-ft. home run over the center field fence with Bruce Fox
on base in the eighth inning to give Michigan the game-winning
margin. Only a few fans were present in the damp Ferry Field
Stadium to see the Wolverines keep their title hopes alive.
Special to The Daily
Michigan's track coach Don
Canham unfortunately proved
himself to be an expert prophet.
He said Michigan would lose the
dual-meet at Columbus to Ohio
State, 75-57, which they did by the
score of 74-58, yesterday.
Despite the loss, Canham said
"We did as well as could be ex-
pected and our performance was
better than in last week's loss to
The best performances for the
Wolverines were turned in by
Dave Owen and Ron Kramer who
provided a pleasant surprise for
Owen Sets Record
Owens set an Ohio Stadium rec-
ord when he put the shot 58'%".
The Big Ten Championship record
is only 56'5".
Kramer picked up seconds in
the shot put, high jump and a
third in the discus throw. Kramer
put the shot 51'7", which is the
best he has ever done.
In the mile relay Michigan was
beat out by inches in what Can-
ham termed a "photo finish." He
added, "it was the best we have
done this year.
Besides the first pace by Owen,
Michigan was able to pick up only
five more firsts in the 14-event
In the 100-yard dash Jim Pace
beat out Olympic star Glenn Davis
in the time of :09.7.
Chuck Morton placed first in
the mile run irn the time of 4:20.4,
while his teammate, Helmar Doll-
wet, won a close second. Dollwet
had been expected to win the
event, and Morton's performance
was a pleasant surprise.
In the two-mile run Michigan
picked up another first when
Geert Kielstrup won unexpectedly
over Dollwet, who could do no
better than third.
Michigan's other two firsts
came in the broad jump and the
high jump. Bob Williams jumped
22'4%" to take first in the broad
jump anq his teammate George
Stathopoulos backed him up with
a third place finish.
Brendan O'Reilly made up for
his poor performance in the Illini
meet by taking the high jump with
a 6'4" jump. Kramer tied with
three Buckeyes fcr second in the
In the 440-yard dash which was
taken by Ohio 'State. Don Mathe-
son finished second for the only
points we picked up In the event.
Laird Sloan missed placing in the
event when he tripped and fell,
The Buckeye's toutad star Davis
was able to pick up only one first,
which came on a :21.7 perform-
ance in the 220-yard. He picked
up seconds in the 100-yard dash
120-yard high hurdles and the JIM PACE
220-yard low hurdles. .. . wins 100
MEET ILLINOIS TODAY:
'M' N.Letters Swamp Indiana '
MILE -- 1. Morton (M); 2. Doll-
wet (M); 3. Blackburn (OSU). Time
440-YARD DASH -- 1. Storer (OSU);
2. Matheson (M); 3. Payne (OSU).
100-YARD DASH - 1. Pace (M);
2. Davis (OSU); 3. McEachern (OSU).
120-YARD HIGH HURDLES - 1.
Hauck (OSU); 2. Davis (OSU); 3.
O'Reilly (M). Time :15.1.
880-YARD RUN - 1. McLain (OSU);
2. Simms (M); 3. Varian (M). Time
220-YARD DASH - 1. Davis (OSU);
2. Flodin (M); 3. Sloan (M). Time
TWO-MILE - 1. Kelstrup (M); 2.
Bartel (OSU); 3. Dollwet (M). Time
220-YARD LOW HURDLES --1.
Hauck (OSU); 2. Davis (OSU); 3.
Furry (OSU). Time :24.5.
POLE VAULT -1. Lyons (OSU); 2.
Weaver (0513); 3. Tie between Gibson
(M) and Ehle .(M). Height 1431".
BROAD JUMP - 1. Williams (M);
2. McEachern (OSU); 3. Stathopoulos
(M). Distance 22'4J2".
HIGH JUMP - 1. O'Reilly (M); 2.
Tie between Furry (05SU), Lyons
(OSU), Milestone (OSU), and Kramer
(M). Height 6'4".
DISCUS - 1. Cotterman (OSU); 2.
Poppler (OSU); 3. Kramer (M). Dis.
SHOT PUT - 1. Owen (M); 2. Kra-
mer (M); 3. Cotterman (OSU). Dis-
MILE RELAY - Ohio State (Boesel,
McLain, Payne, Storer). Time 3:17.1.
for Finkbeiner in 4th
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MSU Defeats Iowa, 6-5
To Dampen Title Hopes
By The Associated Press
Michigan State 6, Iowa 5
EAST LANSING -- Don Dobrin
was shelled for nine hits, including
a pair of bases-empty home runs
yesterday and absorbed his firs
Big Ten loss of the season a
Michigan State edged Iowa, 6-5
Dobrino had won four games.
MSTJ Captain Al Luce pounder
out the first homer in the opening
inning, his ninth of the season an
a school record. First basemax
Roscoe Davis socked the other ir
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Northwestern 5, Wisconsin 3
EVANSTON, Ill. --Dale Pienta';
excellent relief pitching enables
Northwestern to defeat Wisconsin
Pienta relieved Tom Scheuermar
in the eighth inning with two run.
in and men on second and thir<
with none out 'and Northwesteri
ahead 4-2. He walked the first
batter, then retired the next three
men. Wisconsin scored an un-
earned run in the ninth.
Illinois 11, Indiana 2
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.-- Casey
Barszcz's pitching and first base-
man Tom Hallers' slugging were
the big factors yesterday as Illinois
trounced Indiana 11-2.
Barszcz tossed four - hit ball
walked three and fanned. three
The Hoosiers touched him for only
o Haller cracked a triple in the
g first inning with two on base for
, a permanent Illini lead. Later he
t singled twice for a perfect day at
s the plate. Haller had three RBI's.
I. * * *
Purdue 2, Ohio State 1
d COLUMBUS, Ohio -Bill Gor-
g man's two-run homer in the fifth
d paced Purdue to a 2-1 victory yes-
n Ron Tveunis gave the Boiler-
makers a solid- five-hit pitching
Special to The Daily
It was a perfect day for tennis
yesterday in Bloomington, Indi-
ana, where the Wolverine tennis
squad beat Indiana, 8-1.
It was Michigan's 42nd straight
dual meet victory. The team will
try to extend its string to 43 today
as it meets the University of Illi-
nois at Champaign.
Dale Jensen's loss to Bob Gray
was the only thing that kept
Michigan from making a clean
sweep of the afternoon matches.
Barry MacKay, Michigan's No.
one player, had a slow start in
his match against the Hoosiers'
No. one player, Gerry Parchute.
He was down 3-0 at the beginning
before he started playing in his
regular form. He lost the set, 11-9,
but won the next two and the
match, 6-4, 7-5.
Mark Jaffe,. senior from Bay
City, Michigan, played his best
game of the season as he beat the
Indiana captain, Elam Huddles-
The crowd was a typical Hoosier
crowd. The stands rang with
cheers after each Michigan error.
The Wolverine's No. 4 man,
sophomore Jon Erickson, walked
off with his meet against Bill Pet-
The match between Erickson
and Petrick was sort of a grudge
match. Both the boys live in Mich-
igan and they previously had met
in the Michigan High School
Tournament in 1954. In that tour-
nament Petrick beat Erickson in
the finals to win the champion-
Erickson got his chance for re-
venge yesterday, and he did not
waste time. He beat Petrick, 6-3,
Jensen lost to Gray in a very
Indiana Dedicates Courts
The meet was played on 'Indi-
ana's new varsity courts. The
courts were dedicated during the
meet as the Carl Detice Varsity
Detice played for the Indiana
tennis squad last season, and he
would have been back again this
year. However, Detice is now dy-
ing of cancer in an Indiana hospi-
In the .afternoon's doubles
matches, MacKay and Captain
Dick Potter were slow in getting
the feel of the courts and lost the
first set, 6-4. They went on to win
the match against Parchute and
George Fryman in the next two
In three years of playing to-
gether, MacKay and Potter have
MacKay (M) def. Parchute (I), 9-11,
Jaffe (M) def. Huddleston (I), 6-2,
Potter (M) def. Fryman (I), 6-3,
Erickson (M) def. Petrick (I), 6-3,
lost only one
May 20, 1955'
to beat Huddle
while John H
topped Ken Dill
Wolverine Golfers End
Dual-Meet Season Today
Nu - Bi BGSR O .
BALTIMORE OP--Seven names
were officially in the Pimlico entry
box yesterday but it still looks
like a two -horse battle today
between Iron Liege and Bold Ruler
in the $100,000-added Preakness
Iron Liege, from the Calumet
Farm of Mrs. Gene Markey of Lex-
ington, Ky., was an unexpected 8
to 1 winner of the Kentucky Derby
two weeks ago, and on the strength
of that victory figures to be the
choice at a short 4 to 5 price.
However, the Preakness has
been a tough cookie for derby win-
ners in recent y e a r s, and it
wouldn't surprise Marylanders if
Bold Ruler should grab the blank-
et of black-eyed susans.
Others entered yesterday morn-
ing were Clifford Lussky's Fed-
eral Hill, Mrs. Ethel D. Jacobs'
Promised Land, Gough Thompson's
Inswept, Mrs. Jules Schwartz's Nah
Hiss, and the rank outsider, Inside
Tract, owned by the D. & M. Stable
of Raymond de Brino and Joseph
Martino. None of the last four
started in the derby.
match. The only
they lost was on
Jaffe teamed up
eston and Petrick,
arris and Jensen
lman and Gay.
. . . . . . . ........
By AL JONES
Michigan's golf. team will finish
its dual-meet season today as they
engage Detroit and Michigan
State on the Titans' home course.
After today's 36-hole meet the
Wolverines will spend next week
preparing for the Conference fi-
nals in Iowa City which will be
held on Friday and Saturday.
Split With MSU
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer's golf-
ers have met both the Titans and
Spartans before, holding a single
victory over the Detroiters, while
splitting with the MSU linksters.
The victory over the Detroit
squad was by only a single point,
9'-8;/2, in an 18-hole meet on
the Michigan course. The victory
over the Spartans also came in
Ann Arbor, when the Wolverines
outshot Michigan State, Ohio
State and Purdue.
However, the Spartans came
back last Monday to swamp.
Michigan with a spectacular show-
ing at East Lansing.
The meet today could be a very
close one, since on previous oc-
casions all three squads have
shown the potential to beat the
Five Regulars Used
Katzenmeyer will use his regu-
lar first five players, John Schu-
beck, Steve Uzelac, Fred Micklow,
Stan Kwasiborski, and John Law,
but hasn't yet decided between
Skip MacMichael or Pat Keefe for
his sixth man.
The meet will feature 18 holes
in the morning, with another 18
in the afternoon. It will be scored
as three dual meets, between each
pair of schools.
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