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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUE MiCHIGAN DAiLY PAGE

M'Nine

Vic tors

over

Indiana

Twice

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Sweep Gives
Michigan Tie
.h- R
For First
Finkbeiner, Liakonis
Credited with Wins
(Continued from Page 1)
The abbreviated i ightcap -was
under the Wolverines' control from
the second inning when they
poured across four runs.
Ralph Hutchings, who made the
day's outstanding defensive play
by leaping high above the leftfield
fence to rob Joe Cushing of his
second homer in the first game,
drove in two runs with a ringing
double. Two more came in on Al
Koch's single and Sealby's infield
out.
Liakonis Goes Distance
Nick Liakonis went the entire
seven-inning distance for the win-
ners, giving up six well-scattered
hits. He had a shutout until the
final inning when a single, two
walks and an error resulted in
Indiana's lone counter.
Jim Dickey displayed his power
4 for the medium-sized turnout by
smacking two homers in the finale
after getting a double and a single
in the first game.
Dave Brown also hit one for the
circuit, his immediately following
Dickey's first one.

47TH CONSECUTIVE TRIUMPH:
Wolverine Netmen Trounce OSU, 9-0

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HANDS ACROSS THE TAPE - Geert Keilstrup crosses the finish
line in winning the gruelling two-mile run yesterday at Ferry
Field. This was one of the Wolverines' individual victories in the
triangular meet against Western Michigan and Marquette, whichj
they won handily.
Stanger Paces Thinclads
To Triangular Meet Win

Statistics
FIRST GAME
MICHIGAN AB R H
Myers, ss 6 2 2
Kucher,s2b 5 0 1
a MacDonald 1 0 0
Struczewski, 2b 0 0 ,0
Sealby, rf 4 1 2
Roman, lb 4 1 3
Dickey, c 6. 0 2
Herrnstein, cf 5 1 2
irown, 3b 6 1 1
Hutchings, if 5 0 1
Koch, p 10 1
Weemhoff, p 3 1 1
Finkbeiner, p 1 0 0
TOTALS 47 7 16

R

EBI
0
0
0
0
2
1
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
6
tBI
0
0
4
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6

IDIANA AB R H R
Anderson, ss 6 1 1
Foreman, cf 6 1 4
Cushing, If 5 2 2
Lawrence, lb 6 1 4
Whitehead, c 5 0 2
Noone, 3b - 6 0 0
McNarney, rf 2 0 0
Courter, rf 2 0 1
Peacock, 2b 2 0 0
Taylor, 2b 3 0 1
Atknsonp 1 0 0
Smith, p 31 0
TOTALS 47 6 15
a Grounded out for Kucher in 9th

By DICK MINTZ
Led by Pete Stanger's double
victory in the 120-yd. high hurdles
and meet record win in the 220-yd.
low hurdles, the Michigan track
team dominated yesterday's tri-
angular meet on a dampened Ferry
Field.
Michigan, leading in point score
throughout the meet, finished with
a 75%/2 point total. Western Michi-
gan followed with 49/2 and Mar-
quette tallied 36.
Three meet records were broken
on the fourien-event varsity pro-
gram.
Pete Stanger turned in the first
Michigan win of the afternoon in
the high hurdles and later follow-
ed with his 23.5 record-setting per-
foI'mance in the low hurdles. The
former meet record was set by
George Lynch of Michigan in 1954
at 23.7.
Purdue, OSU
Down Golfers.
LAFAYETTE {M)-Michigan was
swamped by Ohio State and Pur-
due here yesterday, saving face
by edging Western Illinois in a
quadrangular golf meet.
Purdue and the Buckeyes each
beat the Wolverines by identical
28-8 scores. Michigan nipped
Western 16-14.

The Wolverines' Mamon Gibson
tied for pole vault honors with
Marquette's Ed Hoyle after the
only other threatening contender,
Jerry Bechner of Western, dropped
out at the 13'6" mark.
Gibson and Hoyle went over the
14' mark, but neither got over the
bar which was next set at 14'6".
The first place tie at 14' that re-
sulted broke the 13'9" meet re-
cord.
Another double victor of the
afternoon, Olympic sprinter Ira
Murchison, won the 100-yd. dash
handily in 9.7, and, with a light
breeze behind him, scampered to
a 21.0 win in the, 220-yd. dash
which broke his own meet record
of 21.2.
In the specially run freshman
880-yd. run, one of those once in
a thousand accidents occurred
which victimized Fred Montour, a
bright varsity prospect for next
season.
Favored in this event, Montour
fell to the cinders after a mix-up
on the first turn and freakishly
struck his shoulder against the
track's concrete curb. Montour was
hospitalized before the meet's close
and it is suspected that he suf-
fered a broken collar bone.
Other Michigan winners were
Brendan O'Reilly with a 6'4%"
effort in the high jump, Lou Wil-
liam's 23'6" leap in the broad
jump, Earl Deardorff in the half-
mile and Geert Keilstrup in the
two-mile run.

Special to The Daily
COLUMBUS-Heavy downpours
failed to stop Michigan's tennis
team in its bid for its 47th con-
secutive dual meet win as it
causing Michigan to change its
style of play. The Wolverines play
most matches on clay courts which
aren't as fast.
Derby Won
ByTTam
LOUISVILLE (A) - Tim Tam
won the Kentucky Derby yester-
day, driving through a muddy
stretch to overtake Lincoln Road
in the final 16th of a mile.
California's sensational Silky
Sullivan made his usual late rush,
but tired and wound up 12th in
the field of 14.
Tim Tam became Calumet
Farm's seventh Derby winner,
catching the long shot Lincoln
Road close to the finish and win-
ning by half a length. Noureddin,
another outsider, finished third,
with the favored Jewel's Reward
fourth.
Until Tim Tam made his bid,
most of the excitement was sup-
plied by Lincoln Road, who led
from the start and seemed a po-
tential winner, and Silky Sulli-
van, 20 lengths behind the field
while the crowd waited for him to
make his bid.
Leading from soon after the
start of the mile and one quarter
race, Lincoln Road and jockey
Chris Rogers looked for a time as
if they might stick it out, but Tim
Tam's driving finish was too much
for the outsider to withstand.
Noskin Stars
In Scrimmage
Quarterback Stan Noskin's pass-
ing game got Michigan's grid regu-
lars three quick scores yesterday,
as the varsity outmatched the red-
shirted reserves in touchdowns,
8-4, in its weekend scrimmage at
Michigan Stadium.
Noskin scored first when he
sprinted 10 yards around right
end. His two short passes set up
the tally.
Shortly after, end Bob Johnson
hauled in a 45-yd. pass from the
calm quarterback to set up Bob
Ptacek's two - and - a - half - yd.
plunge.
Johnson got in the act again by
intercepting a red-shirt pass. Nos-
kin then hit Brad Myers for 31
yards. Myers scooted into the end
zone on the next play.
Noskin to Keller
Later in the afternoon, Noskin
found end Dale Keller in the
scoring zone and hurled a 28-yd.
TD pass.
Freshman fullback John Walk-
er, running with the regulars,
punched over touchdowns of three
and 17 yards to become the only
double scorer of the afternoon.
The reserves' Larry Wershky
turned in one of the biggest sur-
prises of the scrimmage. Running
his first play from halfback, the
converted end blasted through the
line, hurdled a linebacker and out-
ran defensive backs for a 51-yd.
tally.

On Ohio State's courts the balls
bounced harder and faster. This
resulted in the players serving
harder and playing a more aggres-
sive game.
The only Wolverine to have any
trouble in downing his opponent
was George Koral, who plays num-
ber four singles. It took him three
trounced a weak Ohio S ate team,
9-0.
The rains, which at one time
delayed the match for one and
one-half hours, made the asphalt
courts tremendously fast, thus
team in its bid for its 47th con-
failed to stop Michigan's tennis
sets to down Bob Tschatz, 6-4,
6-8, 6-2. Koral who has been in a
slight slump, and Frank Fulton
also went three sets in taking the
number two doubles, 6-4, 5-7, 6-1.
At the last moment Coach Bill
Murphy decided to leave John

Wiley at home, thus teaming Bob
Sassone with Bill Vogt in the
third doubles. This pair won, 6-4
and 6-3.
In other singles matches, Jon
Erickson won, 6-2, 6-1, John Har-
ris was victorious, 6-2, 6-2, Sas-
sone won, 6-2, 6-3, Fulton took his
match, 6-3, 6-2 and Vogt won, 6-2,
6-2.
In the remaining doubles com-
petition Erickson and Harris team-
ed up to win, 6-1, 6-1.
Tomorrow the Wolverines face
their severest test so far this sea-
son when they travel to South
Bend to battle Notre Dame. The
Irish are conceded to nave a good
chance of ending Michigan's win-
ning streak.
The lineup should be the same
although there is a chance Sas-
sone will be dropped from doubles
play.

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INDIANA
MICHIGAN

200 000 120 00-6 15 2
010 300 020 01-7 16 2

2b - Dickey, Herrnstein, White-
head; 03b - Sealby; HR - Lawrence,
Cushing; WP - Finkbeiner; LP --
Smith.

SEC
MICHIGAN
Myers, ss
Kucher, 2b
Sealby, rf
Mogk, rf
Roman, lb
Herrnstein, cf
Dickey, c
Brown, 3b
Hutchings, If
Liakonis, p
TOTALS
INDIANA
Anderson, ss
Foreman, cf
Cushing, If
Lawrence, lb
Courter, rf
Noone, 3b
Taylor, 2b
Young, c
a Atkinson
Michaels, p
Elder, p
Kozak, p
b Whitehead
Aldrich, p
o Wilson
TOTALS

COND GAME
AB R HR BI

4
2
3
1
4
2
2
2
3
2
25

1
1
0
0
2
2
1
0
9

AB
3
4
3
4
3
3
2
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
27

0
1
1
0
0
0
3
1
2
0
8
RBI
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
I

Major League Standings,

AMERICAN LEAGUE
WV L Pct.
New York 10 4 X714
Washington 8 5 .615
Kansas City 8 6 .571
Cleveland 9 8 .529
Detroit 8 8 .500
Baltimore 6 S .429
Boston 6 10 .375
Chicago 4 10 .286

GB
it
2
3
4
5
6

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W r L Pct. GB
Chicago 10 6 .625 -
Pittsburgh 9 6 .600 1/2
San Francisco 10 7 .588 '/
Cincinnati 7 5 .583 1
Milwaukee 9 7 .563 1
Philadelphia 7 8 .467 2'
Los Angeles 6 11 .353 4/
St. Louis 3 11 .214 6
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 4, San Francisco 2
Pittsburgh 3, Los Angeles 1
Milwaukee 4, Chicago 3
Cincinnati at St. Louis,
Postponed (rain)
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Los Angeles (2)
Cincinnati at Chicago (2)
Milwaukee at St. Louis
Pittsburgh at San Francisco (2)

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 3, Cleveland 2
All other games postponed (rain)
TODAY'S GAMES
Kansas City at Washington (2)
Chicago at New York (2)
Cleveland at Boston (2)
Detroit at Baltimore (2)

a Ran for Young in 7th
b Flied out for Elder in 5th
e Struck out for Aldrich in 7th

INDIANA
MICHIGAN

000 000 1-1 6 1
042 202 x-8 9 1

I

2b - Hutchings, Courter, Foreman;
HR - Dickey 2, Brown; WP - Liako-
nis; LP -- Michaels,
Big Ten Baseball
W L Pct. GB

MICHIGAN
Michigan State
Illinois
Purdue .
Minnesota
Indiana
Ohio State
Northwestern
Wisconsin
Iowa

4
4
3
3
3
3
2
2
1

2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
5

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Michigan State 14-7 Ohio State 0-1
MICHIGAN 7-8, Indiana 6-1
(First game 11 innings)
Illinois 4, Purdue 2
(Game called after 5 innings, rain)
Minnesota 9-13, Wisconsin 5-2
Northwestern 5-0, Iowa 2-1
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