Unbeaten Michigan Team Leads Big Ten Baseball: Downs Indiana in Twin Bill; Wisconsin Takes Two from NU, Daily Racing Form, 1950-05-02


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Unbeaten MichiganTeam Leads Big Ten Baseball Downs Indiana in Twin Bill; Wisconsin Takes Two from NU By the United Press The Michigan Wolverines held first place in the Big Ten baseball race today after sweeping a two-game series with Indiana over the week-end. Downing the Hoosiers by identical 10 to 3 scores, the Wolverines ran their conference record to four victories against no defeats. Michigan bombarded Indiana hurlers for a total of 22 hijs— 10 in the first game and 12 in the second. The Wisconsin Badgers climbed into second place by beating Northwestern twice, 13 to 6 and 4 to 2. The Badgers have won three, lost one. Iowa and Illinois were tied for third place with three victories and two losses each. The Ulini beat Minnesota 11 to 2 on a three-hit pitch performance by Albie Plain. It was Plains third conference win of the season. The first game of the Illinois-Minnesota series was canceled because of cold weather. Iowa whipped Purdue, 6 to 5, at Iowa City. The standings: Won Lost Pet. Michigan 4 0 1.000 Wisconsin 3 1 .750 Iowa 3 2 .600 Illinois 3 2 .600 Ohio State 2 2 .500 Indiana 1 3 .250 Northwestern 1 3 .250 Minnesota . 14 .200 Purdue 0 1 .000

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