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tUNDAY, MAY 18, 1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Diamondmen Defeated Twice-

Eliminated from

Title Picture

KEEFE, LEACH, BLACKETT ENCOURAGE:
Wolverine Golfers Trounce Titans, Lose to Spartans
Special to The Daily
DETROIT - Michigan's golf against MSU, tied for team medal 77-78-155; and Dick Bither 84- time he was four under par.
team comnleted its pre-Big Ten honors with a 79-74-153 card. 81-165. he slipped to a 42 on the f1
Meet season yesterday by trounc- Leach came back strong after a MSU's first three men were nine.
first-round 80 by posting 76 for a
ing the University of Detroit and 156 total. outstanding. George Wakulski had Michigan State's two men co
losing to Michigan State i n a 3 - Chuck Blackett's good golf also 145, Otto Schubel 147, and Arlin peting in the number six slot
hole match staged on the Grosse impressed Katzenmeyer. "He's Dell 146. Dell was phenomenal helped their team by combin
Ile golf course. been - steadily improving," the over the first 27 holes, at which for a 150 total.
The Wolverine linksmen's scores coach noted. Blackett had a 79-
indicated a slight improvement 78-157 yesterday.
over their past performances this Other Michigan men performed
season, but Coach Bert Katzen- as follows: Captain Stan Kwasi- ~~--
meyer was not able to tell wheth- borski 77-76-153; Ray Lovell
er this would affect Michigan's-
eplay in next weekend's Conference
meet at Columbus. -e Sbey u

(Continued from Page 1)
run third inning of the second
game off Gordon Rinckey, a soph-
omore making his first Big Ten
start.
\Rinckey was considered Fisher's
outstanding new pitcher before
the season, but a sore arm kept
him out of play until yesterday.
However, it was evident that all
still isn't well with his throwing
limb, as every pitch during his
21/3 inning stint seemed to be the
Statistics
First Game
MICHIGAN AB R H RBI
Myers, ss 4 0 0 1
Kucher, 2b 3 0 1 0
Mogk, rf 4 11 0
a MacPhee 1 0 0 0
Roman, lb 5 1 1 2
Dickey, c 4 0 0 0
Hutchings, If 4 1 2 0
Hlerrnstein, p 3 0 1 0
Struczewski, 3b 2 0 0 0
Sealby, cf 2 0 0 0
b Stabrylla 1 0 0 0
McDonald, cf 0 0 0 0
-6 a Lkonis 1 0 0 0
TOTALS 34 3 6 3
ILLINOIS AB R H RBI
Klaus, ss 5 01 0
Vermette, 2b 5 0 1 0
Jurasevich, If 4 2 1 0
Barszcz, 3b . 4 2 2 1
Rating, cf 3 1 2 3
Martin, lb 4 0 2 0
Bulk, rf 40 0 1
Cvik, c 4 00 0
Flynn, p 4 0 0 0
Schwartz, p 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 35 5 9 5
ILLINOIS 300 002 000-5 9 1
MICHIGAI 000 000 120-3 6 1
a Struck out for Mogk in ninth.
b Safe on error for Sealby in seventh.
c Grounded out for McDonald in
ninth.
Second Game
MICHIGAN AB R H RBI
Myers, ss 4 1 1 0
Kucher, 2b 4 0 1 0
Sealby, rf 3 0 2 2
Roman, lb 3 0 0 0
Dickey, c 2 0 0 0
1 Hutchings, If 3 0 0 0
Herrnstein, cf 3 0 1 0
Struczewski, 3b 3 0 1 0
Rinckey, p 0 0 0 0
Kochp 1 0 0 0
Finkbeiner, p 1 1 1 0
a McDonald, p 1 0 0 0
4. Jernigan, p 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 28 2 7 2
ILLINOIS AB R H RBI
Klaus, ss 5 0 2 0
Harvey,. 2b 4 2 2 0
Delveaus, p 0 0 0 0
Jorasevich, if 2 3 2 1
Barszcz, 3b t 4 2 -2 0
Kating, of 4 2 3 7
Martin, lb 3 0 1 1
Bolk, rf 3 1 1 1
Cvik, c 4 0 1 1
Tedesco, p 4 1 1 0
TOTALS 33 11 15 11
ILLINOISI 006 302 0-11 15 2
MICHIGAN 000 020 0- 2 7 1
a Grounded out for Koch in sixth.
Big Ten Standings
W L Pct.
Michigan State 9 3 .750
Minnesota 8 3 .727
Ohio State 8 4 .667
Illinois 6 5 .545
Purdue 5 6 .455
MICHIGAN 5 7 .417
Wisconsin 5 7 .417
Indiana 5 7 .417
Northwestern 4 7 .364
Iowa 3 9 .250
Yesterday's Results
Northwestern 5-1, Indiana 4-2
Illinois 5-11, MICHIGAN 3-2
Michigan State 8-3, Purdue 5-1
Minnesota 4-6, Iowa 1-1,
Ohio State 1-4, Wisconsin 7-3

result of much strain. The Illini
netted eight hits off him in that
time.
Koch Ineffective
Al Koch, who got only one man
out against Purdue on Friday,
wasn't much more effective when
facing Illinois. He followed Rinc-
key to the mound, hurled for one
frame and was responsible for
three runs.
In the opening contest, the
Maize and Blue spotted the visitors
a five-run lead and ran out of
time in trying to catch them.
John Herrnstein went all the
way for Michigan in absorbing his
third Big Ten defeat against one
win. Except for two bad innings,
the big southpaw was nearly per-
fect.
Shaky Start
He got off to a shaky start when
he issued a walk, a double to Casey
Barszcz and then a three - run
homer to Kating in the first in-
ning.
And then in the sixth came two
consecutive singles and a double
by none other than Mr. Kating.
These proved to be the winning
runs.
Michigan came back with one
run in the seventh on three walks
and a fielder's choice off winning
pitcher Jim Flynn.
In the eighth Bill Roman got
his only hit of the day, a home
run with Jack Mogk aboard, but
that's as close ,to Illinois as Michi-
gan could come all day long.
CajAor League
Stantdings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Spartans Excel
Whatever improvement Michi-
gan showed yesterday was no
match for the overall excellent
play of the Spartans, who defeat-
ed Michigan, 281/2-7%, and buried
Detroit, 32-4. The Wolverines
made the rout three-sided, down-
ing U-p, 28-8.
"Detroit didn't play well at all,"
observed Katzenmeyer. For ex-
ample, the Titans' number one
player, Bob Adams, carded a 93
on the first 18-hole round on his
way to a 36-hole 172.
Katzenmeyer was most encour-
aged by the play of Pat Keefe and
Larry Leach, Michigan's number
five and six men. Keefe, who won
five of Michigan's 72 points

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Daily-Ian MacNiven
POWER HITTER-Michigan's slugging first baseman, Bill Roman,
connects with a fast ball thrown by Illinois' Jim Flynn and
smashes it for a home run. It was Roman's third. home run of the
Big Ten season. Illinois won both games played yesterday, 5-3, 11-2.

Purdue Ties Cindermen in Dual Meet;
Stan ger 's Tumble in Hurdles Decisive

New York
Washington
Baltimore
Kansas City
Detroit
Boston
Cleveland
Chicago

W
17
13
12
12
13
13
13
11

L
5
13
12
12
16
16
16
14

Pct.
.773
.500
.500
.500
.448
.448
.448
.440

GB
6
6
6
7j
7
7Y2
7 %

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 6,, Washington 5
Kansas City 4, Detroit 3
Chicago 3, Cleveland 2
Boston 7-3, Baltimore 4-5
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Kansas City
Baltimore at Boston
New York at Washington (2)
Chicago at Cleveland (2)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

M
Sa
Pi
Ci
St,
Cil
P1
Lo

W L Pet.
ilwaukee 17 8 .680
n Francisco 19 11 .633
ttsburgh 17 12 .586
hicago 15 16 .484
L. ouis 12 15 .444
ncinnati 10 14 .417
hiiiaelphia 12 16 .407
s Angeles 10 20 .333
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Milwaukee 5, CincinnatI 1
St. Louis 10, Los Angeles 1
San Francisco 9, Chicago 4
Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 3
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at Cincinnati
Los Angeles at St. Louis (2)
San Francisco at Chicago (2)
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (2)

GBS
2
5
6
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Special to The Daily
LAFAYETTE-Michigan's track
team tied Purdue at 66 all in a
dual meet here yesterday, after
hurdler Pete Stanger fell in the
next to last event.
Stanger was leading the 220-yd.
low hurdles by three yards when
he hit the last hurdle and stumbled.
to the cinders five yards from the.
finish line. Al Stillwagon of Pur-
due went on to win.
Tennis Meet
Special to The Daily
EVANSTON-Michigan's tennis
match with Northwestern was can-
celed because of rain, yesterday.
All six singles matches had
started, with only the number one
singles being completed.
In that duel, Jon Erickson de-
feated Vandy Christie in straight
sets, 8-6, 6-1. All other Michigan
players were leading when the rain
came, cancelling the meet.
Tim Tam
Takes First
In Preakuess
BALTIMORE () -- Tim Tam
burst between the pace-setting
Lincoln Road and Talent Show at
the head of the Pimlico stretch
yesterday and rolled home a bril-
liant winner of the $133,950
Preakness Stakes.
But Silky Sullivan, who flopped
badly in the Kentucky Derby won
by Tim Tam two weeks ago, again
disappointed his thousands of ad-
mirers and wound up eighth in a
field of a dozer 3-year-olds con-
testing Maryland's greatest horse
race.

The favored Purdue mile relay
team won easily in 3:18.9 and the
match was drawn 66-66.
Individual winners for Michigan
were Brendan O'Reilly in the high
jump, Earl Deardorff in the half
mile, Jerry Bushong in the discus,
Joel Boyden in the shot put and
Geert Keilstrup in the two mile
run.
Gibson Second
In the pole vault Mamon Gib-
son finished in a second place tie
with Jim Johnson of Purdue at 14'.
The Boilermakers' Bill Jones
vaulted 14'41" to cop first.
Michigan's ace broad jumper
Lou Williams fouled four times
and was thereby disqualified. John
Twomey, the Wolverines' other
broad jumper repeated Williams'
performance, and as a result
Michigan was shut out in this
event.
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The combination of Stanger's
fall and the disqualifications of
Williams and Twomey were the
differences between victory and
the eventual tie.
Deardorff led a Michigan sweep
in the half mile. He ran a sizzling
1:51.8 to lead his teammates Bruce
Fischer and Cam Gray to the wire.
Keilstrup won the two mile run
with ease in the comparatively
slow time of 9:47.2. Boyden took
thc shot with a heave of 47'10" to
best his teammate, Ermin Crownly,
whose best effort was 47'.
Bushong threw the discus 137'
11" to win and O'Reilly placed
third.
O'Reilly's leap of 6'4" was good
enough for first in the high jump.

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