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SUNDAY, MAY 19, 1957

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Captain s H
Cuts Iowa's
Double in Sixth Inning

omer
Lead
Ties Game;

MacKAY GOES THREE SETS, AGAIN:
Net Squad Rolls Along to 43rd

Girardin Triumphs Again in Relief

(Continued from Page 1)

by Tippery. After Steve Boros
walked, the two were advanced on!
a wild pitch, Tippery scored on
another wild pitch.
Herrnstein allowed the first
Hawkeye run in the third inning,
Tippery .answered with a lead-off
home run in the Wolverine half of
that frame.
Iowa's big fourth inning made
the score 7-3 in their favor.
Tippery Hits Second
In the fifth Fox led off with a
walk, and Tippery followed with
his second home run. Nora retired
the next two men, Boros and
Herrnstein, but then walked Jim
Vukovich and Al Sigman.
This was all for Nora. He was
replaced by Dobrino, who got out
of the inning okay.
However, he walked the first two
men the next inning, Bill Mac-
Phee, who was pinch hitting for

Iowa Tipped
IOwA AB R H E
Furlong, cf 5 1 2 0
Harsch, 2b 5 1 0 0
Bock, If 5 0 2 0
Smith,lb 5 0 2 0
-Weatherly, c 5 0 0 0
Ward 5 2 2 0
Zanotti, 3b 5 1 0 0
Haye, ss 3 2 1 0
Nora, p 3 1 0
Dobrino, p 2 0 0 0

Finkbeiner, and Myers. After Fox
flied out again, Tippery got his
fourth hit-a double which scored
MacPhee and Myers.
This tied the game, 7-7. In the
ninth inning, after Ward clouted
his home run for Iowa, the Wol-
verines succeeded in tying the
game again.
Herrnstein struck out, Vukovich
received a walk, and went to third
on a single by Sigman, where he
was replaced by Sealby, a pinch-
runner. Sealby scored on a single
by Gene Snider, and Sigman
moved to second. However, the
rally was over as Girardin struck
out, and Myers flied to centerfield.
.Bold Ruler"
Captures
Preak ness
BALTIMORE (P) -- Wheatley
Stable's Bold Ruler charged home
first in the 81st running of the
$100,000-added Preakness yester-
day, more than a length ahead of
Kentucky Derby winner Iron
Liege.
Carrying Eddie Arcaro to a rec-
cord-stretching sixth victory, Bold
Ruler completed the mile and
three-sixteenths in 1:56 1-5.
A crowd of 32,856 saw Bold
Ruler overtake front-running Fed-
eral Hill shortly after the start
and stay ahead.
The victory dashed Calumet
Farm's hope of winning a sixth
Preakness and setting up Iron
Liege as a possible triple crown
winner.
Bold Ruler, who had beaten
Iron Liege three times before fin-
ishing fourth to him in the Derby
two weeks ago, was the fourth
Preakness victory for 82-year-old
Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons.

Special to The Daily
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - A dismal
overcast sky provided the setting
for the sporadic Michigan tennis
squad to chalk up its 43rd straight
dual meet victory in crushing
Illinois 6-0, yesterday.
Carl Noble surprised Michigan's
Barry MacKay as he won the first
set from the Big Ten singles star,
7-5. MacKay came back to take
the next two sets and the match,
5-7, 6-4, 6-0.
It was the second consecutive
day that MacKay had to come

from behind after dropping the
firs- set and the third time in
the last four meets that he has
been carried to three sets by his
opponent.
Sophomore Jon Erickson came
out on top after an extended first
set in which he eventually edged
Illinois' Bob Breckenridge, 12-10.
He went on to breeze to a 6-2 win
in the second set.
Maric Jaffe and John Harris
both relaxed in the second sets of
their respective matches, but they
returned to win in their final sets.
Jaffe defeated Al Holtmann,
Illinois second man, by a 6-3, 0-6,
6-3 total, and Harris, extended for

CLUBBING CAPTAIN-Ken Tippery, second baseman and captain
if the Michigan basball team, exploded for two home runs, a
double, and a single to lead Michigan to a 9-8 defeat of Iowa.
TRIUMPH OVER DETROIT:

CORNED

Get With It!
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Supper Club
BEEF AND COCA COLA

G1V1' Golfers Beaten by Michigan State

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Special to The Daily

DETROIT-The Michigan State
golf team came up with another
fine showing here yesterday to
edge past Michigan, 1912-161/2.
Both teams trounced Detroit,
the third team in the meet. The
Spartans beat the Titans, 30-6,
and the Wolverines won, 28%-7/2.
Wolverine coach Bert Katzen-
meyer had hoped that Michigan
State wouldn't be able to equal
their performance of last Monday,
when they shot a spectacmar team.
total of 884.
Yesterday the Spartans d:d not
break 900, but their 913 was suffi-

cient to beat the other two teams.
However, the Wolverines again
showed improvement. Their 920
total is the t st they have shot
this year. John Law, Wolverine
sophomore, wa. medalist for the
day with a fine 145. He was closely
followed by t.' To Spartans, George
Wakulski with a 146 and Arlin
Dell, who carded a 147.
Tom Watrour the Detroit star,
paced his team with a 149.
The Wolverines again had good
balance, although Fred Micklow
didn't shoot as well as'usual, and
finished with a 163.

John Schubeck with a 150, and
Captain Steve Uzelac and Stan
Kwasiborski with 152's, and Skipj
MacMichael with a 158 filled out
the Wolverine scores.

SUMMARY
MacKay (M) defeated Noble (I) 5-7,
6-4, 6-0.
Jaffe (M) defeated Holtmann (I) 6-3,
0-6, 6-3.
Potter (M) defeated VanTine (I) 6-1,
6-2.
Erickson (M) defeated Breckenridge
(1) 12-10, 6-2.
Harris (M) defeated Gilmore (1) 6-2,
1-6, 6-1.
Jensen (M) defeated MacDonald (I)
6-2, 6-0.

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TOTALS
MICHIGAN A
Myers, 3b
]Fox, .If
Tippery, 2b
Doros, ss
Herrnstein, p-cf
Vukovich, Ib
Sealby, lb (9)
Sigman, rf
Snider, c
Hutchins, cf
FinJ beiner, p
a MacPhee
Girardin, p
Totals 3

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the first time this season, returned Illini chief Jim VanTine, turned
in fine style to shake off George into an easy victory for Potter as
Gilmore, 6-2, 1-6, 6-1. he came up with a fine 6-1, 6-2
The battle between team cap- performance against the Illinois
tains. Michigan's Dick Potter and senior.
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
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Chicago .n..,..... 17 7 .708 -
Cleveland........ 17 9 .654 1
New York ..........,16 10 .615 2
Detroit..............15 14 .517 4?
Boston ..... ,........ 15 14 .517 4'
Kansas City.......13 16 .448 6%
Baltimore ...........9 16 .360 8!y,
Washington........ 7 23 .233 13
YESTERDAY'S SCORES
Detroit 2, New York 1
Kansas City 7, Boston 5
Cleveland 8, Washington 1
Chicago 4, Baltimore 4 (called by
agreement at end of nine innings)
TODAY'S GAMES
Kansas City at Baltimore (2)
Detroit at Washington
Chicago at Boston
Cleveland at New York

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Milwaukee 6, Pittsburgh 5
New York 6, Cincinnati 3
Philadelphia 7, St. Louis 5
Brooklyn at Chicago (rain)
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Chicago (2)
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (2)
New York at Milwaukee
Brooklyn at St. Louis

a) Walked for Finkbeiner in sixth.
*Tippery scored on a wild pitch in
the first inning.
IOWA..........001 600 001 0-8 10 0
MICHIGAN .....201 022 001 1-9 9 3

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Rained Out Northwestern
Moves Into Second Place

BRIEF AT THE KNEE

By The Associated Press
EVANSTON, Ill.-The Wisconsin
at Northwestern Big Ten baseball
doubleheader was rained out yes-
terday.
* * *,
Minnesota Takes Two
EAST LANSING -- Minnesota
came from behind in both games
with a big assist from errors and
won a Big Ten baseball double-
header fr)'n Michigan State yes-
terday, 4-2 and 3-2.
Pur l.tn Holds Indiana
BLOOMINGTON - Purdue held
off a ninth-inning Indiana rally
BIG TEN STANDINGS }

yesterday and defeated the Hoos-
iers in Big Ten baseball, 7-6.
The second game was called in
the fourth inning because of rain
with Indiana ahead, 5-3.
Illinois Aided by Errors
COLUMBUS - Aided by five
Buckeye errors on which they
scored three unearned runs, Illi-
nois topped Ohio State 4-2 in an
eight-inning Big Ten baseball
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