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SUNDAY. APRIL 27, 1958

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THIS

SUWDAY. APRIL 27, 1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

Pitchers Lead Wolverines to Double

Win over MSU

'Hurlers Herrnstein, Koch
Down Spartans, 10-1, 2-1
(Continued from Page 1)

PURDUE WINS EASILY:
Golfers Finish Last in Four-Way Meet

ing 76 strikes and only 35 balls.
He struck out six, including the
entire side in the fifth, and
walked three.
Koch's big sweeping curve never
worked better. Although in four
innings out of the seven the lead
Statistics
First Game

batter got on, he interspersed his
strikeout bail well enough to keep
out of trouble and to send seven
Spartans back to the bench after
stirring up nothing but a breeze.
Both hurlers had shutouts
ruined in the final inning. MSU
captain Frank Palamara belted a
homer off Herrnstein, while a hit
batsman, base on balls and a
single by Dick Golden led to the
Spartans' only run in the finale.
Michigan's hitting ran the gam-
ut from hot to cold. They blast-
ed three opposing moundsmen in
the opener with 14 hits, including
six for extra bases. But all th
power was expended for the day
as they managed only four safe-
ties in the next game, all singles.
Ernie Myers, Bill Roman and
MacDonald each connected for
circuit clouts.

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DOUBLE-WINNER-Michigan's freshman sprinter, Tom Robin-
son breaks the tape ahead of Irving Petross of the Detroit Track
Club and Glenn Burgett of Michigan State in the 100-yd. dash.
Robinson also won the 220-yd. dash.
'M' Freshmen Dominate
First Open Track Meet

MICHIGAN
Myers, ss
Kucher, 2b
Sealby, rf
Herrnstein, p
Roman, lb
Brown, 3b
Dickey, c
Hutchings, cf
MacDonald, If
TOTALS
MICHIGAN STATE
Golden, ss
MacKenzie, rf
Paalmara, 2b
Look, cf
Fleser, if
Gilbert, c
Bietz, c
Stifler, lb
Meredith, lb
Warner, 3b
Schiesel, 3b
Rabias, p
Van Sciever, p
TOTALS
Michigan State 0
MICHIGAN 0
Second4
MICHIGAN
Myers, ss
Kucher 2b
Sealby, rf
Herrnstein, cf
Roman, lb
Brown, 3b
Dickey, c
Hutchings, If -
Koch, p
a MacDonald
b Mogk
TOTALS

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4 0 14
4 1 3
35 10 14

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-Daily-Karl Hok
NEIL MACDONALD
... home run hitter

Special to The Daily
COLUMBUS - Michigan's golf
team performed poorly here yes-
terday, finishing last in a four-
way meet against Purdue, Indiana,
and host Ohio State.
The Wolverine linksmen were
defeated by Purdue, 29-13, by
Ohio State, 27-15, and by Indiana,
19-17, in the meet which was run
as a succession of dual meets
among the various teams.
Purdue, led by medalist Jon
Konsek's 73-74-147 total for 36
holes, dominated the match. In
addition to their victory over
Michigan, the Boilermakers topped
Ohio State, 251-16%, and In-
diana, 24/2-11%. Indiana finished
second by edging OSU, 19-17.
Each golfer competing in the
meet played 36 holes, earning team
points for his score after each nine
holes and for his final score.
Michigan Coach Bert Katzen-
meyer used a lineup yesterday that
was almost totally different from
that which defeated Detroit last
Wednesday, and was displeased
with the results.
Ray Lovell was low man for the
Wolverines with a 79-79-158, a
total bettered or equaled by at
least half the golfers on the other
teams. Dick Bither shot 81-80-
161 in his first competitive ap-
pearance of the season. Captain
Stan Kwasiborski totaled 79-84-
163; Pat Keefe had 84-81-165;
Larry Markman shot 78-88-166;
and Larry Leach also had 166 with
77-89.
Purdue used a seven-man team,

GRIDDERS FUMBLE:
Miscues Mar Scrimmage

while Ohio State and Indiana not show up, and although it was
competed with six players. Michi- cold, Katzenmeyer thought Michi-
gan's "seventh man" consisted of gan performances were below
Chuck Blackett, who shot an 18- standard. "None of our perform-
hole 81, and Dave Britigan, who ances are worth commenting about
carded 85. -we just played poor golf," he
Predicted rain at Columbus did said.
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By AL JONES
Daily Sports Editor
Michigan's strong aggregation of
freshmen trackmen won five events
and dominated a 220-entry field
at the first Michigan Open Track
Meet at Ferry Field yesterday.
Tom hobinson, the fleet sprinter
from the Bahamas, copped both
the 100- and 220-yd. dashes, while
Fred Montour won the 880-yd. run,
Les Bird soared to victory in the
broad jump and Tony Seth broke
the tape first in the 600-yd. run.
Eeles Landstrom, the Michigan
pole vaulter who is ineligible this
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
New York 8 3 .727 -
Washington 6 3 .667 1
Kansas City 7 4 .636 1
Cleveland 7 5 .583 1/
Detroit 6 6 .500 2%
Baltimore 4 6 .400 3Y2
Chicago 3 8 .273 5
Boston 3 9 .250 5%
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 2, Baltimore 0
Kansas City 7, Chicago 1
Washington 7, Boston S
Cleveland 4, Detroit 1
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Cleveland (2)
New York at Baltimore (2)
Kansas City at Chicago (2)
Washington at Boston
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
San Francisco 8 3 .727 -
Milwaukee 7 3 .700 4
Chicago 6 4 .600 1%,/
Pittsburgh 5 5 .500 2%/
Cincinnati 4 5 .444 3
Los Angeles 4 7 .364 4
Philadelphia 3 6 .333 4
St. Louis 3 7 .300 4%
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Milwaukee 4, Philadelphia 2
Pittsburgh 8, Cincinnati 4
San Francisco 3, Chicago 1
St. Louis 6, Los Angeles 4
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (2)
Philadelphia at Milwaukee
Chicago at San Francisco
St. Louis at Los Angeles

semester, competed unattached
and broke his own Ferry Field
record with a 14'81/2" effort. The
former standard was 14'3".
Doug Kyle, a graduate student
at Michigan, turned in an out-
standing performance in the two
mile run as he led Michigan fresh-
man Dave Martin and sophomore
Dick Schwartz over the line in the
time of 9:13.1.
The yearlings turned in some
good times despite the cold and
stiff wind that swept the field and
stands during the three - hour
meet. Robinson took the dashes
with times of :10.0 and :22.5,
while Montour turned in a 1:58.5
half mile and Seth won his race
in 1:16.0. Bird jumped 23' 101/"
to outdo the field in the broad
jump.
The Wolverine varsity responded
with a victory in the 880-yd. relay
as the team of Joe Cristie, Qunit
Sterling, Jim Simpson and Don
Matheson were clocked at 1:30.3.
Jared Bushong was the only in-
dividual winner for the varsity, as
he won the discus with a heave of
145' 111/21,.
Paul Jones of Eastern Michigan
won both hurdles contests, while
his teammate Mauri Jormakka
won the mile with a fine time of
4:19.9. Eastern also won the mile
relay.

Game
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a Announced for Koch in 7th.
b singled for Koch in 7th.

MICHIGAN STATE
Golden, ss
Kearly, rf
Russell, rf
Palamara, 2b
Look, cf
Fleser, If
Gilbert, e
King, c
c McKenzie
Stifler, lb
Schiesel, 3b
d Carter
Warner, 3b
e Perranoski
Radatz, p
f Mills
Picmann, p
Sackett, p
TOTALS
c Hit by pitched ball

AB R H RBI
3 0 1 1
4 0 1 0
0 0 0 0
3 0 1 0
30 1: :
101 0 0
20 0 0 0
01 0 0
2 0 0 0
1 0 0 0
2 0 0 0
1 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
26 1 4 1
for Gilbert in

Fumbles and intercepted passes
marred Michigan's weekly spring
football scrimmage yesterday in
nearly empty Michigan Stadium.
The Wolverines committed 15
fumbles and almost an equal num-
ber of passes were intercepted as
the blue team of Michigan regulars
and freshmen ran over the red
squad, 54-12.
The red team scored twice early
in the workout under the reins of
Jim Sytek, poised junior quarter-
back, on a quick hand-off to half-
back Al Groce, who charged five
yards up the middle for the score.
Playing a dual role, freshmen
fullback Dennis Fitzgerald scored
the red's second touchdown and
added another for the blue on an
intercepted pass later in the after-
noon.
Big Ten Baseball
W L Pct.
Indiana 3 0 1.000
Purdue 3 0 1.000
MICHIGAN 2 1 .667
Illinois 1 1 .500
Ohio State 1 1 .500
Minnesota 1 2 .333
Michigan State 1 2 .333
Wisconsin 1 2 .333
Northwestern 0 2 .000
Iowa 0 2 .000
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
MICHIGAN 10-2, Michigan State 1-1
Ohio State 4-4, Minnesota 2-5
Purdue 16-8, Northwestern 5-4
Illinois 4-2, Wisconsin 0-3
Indiana 6-6, Iowa 3-5

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Breaking loose their backs
around the ends and up the mid-
dle, the blue squad, engineered by
Stan Noskin and John Spidel
dominated the scoring for the rest
of the scrimmage. Bob Ptacek con-
tributed major efforts scoring
twice, once on a nine-yard sprint
and then on a 40-yd. end run, as
well as doing a standout job of
blocking.

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d Struck out for Schiesel in 4th.
e Struck out for Warner in 7th
f Fied out to right for Radatz in 7th
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