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Saiing Club Victorious at Purdue
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With Dexter Thede leading the
way the Michigan Sailing Club
opened its season with a narrow
victory in a five team regatta held
Sunday at Purdue.
The' Wolverine squad finished
with 93.5 points to narrowly edge
Wisconsin, who finished with 91
points. Host Purdue finished third
with 78 points, Wayne State was
fourth with 75 points and De
Pauw trailed the field with 52
The Michigan Club will irepre-
sent the midwest next weekend at
the New England Intercollegiate
Sailing Association's Spring Inter-
sectional Regatta in Boston.
Michigan will challenge M.I.T.
for the Boston Dinghy Club Cup,
symbolit of victory in this meet.
M.I.T. narrowly defeated the
Michigan team last season for the
In the Purdue regatta Thede
was the high point skipper. Com-
peting in the 'A' division he led the
field. His boat was crewed by Bob
Martin and Linda Quiggle.
In the 'B' division the Michigan
squad consisted of Ron Sisson,
314 South State St.
Phone NO 3-2481
skipper and John Goldsmith, crew
Sailing is a relative newcomer to
the Michigan sport, scene and it
does not have varsity recognition.
Therefore the Sailing Club must
officially compete as a club rather
than as a team.
W L Pct. GB
Chicago 3 0 1.000 -
Cleveland 2 0 1.000 Y
Washington 1 0 1.000 1
New York 1 0 1.000 1
Boston 0 1 .000 2
Baltimore 0 1 .000 2
Kansas City 0 2 .000 2%
Detroit 0 3 .000 3
Baltimore at Washington (2), rain
Chicago 5, Detroit 3
New York 3, Boston 2
Cleveland at Kansas City; rain
Kansas City at Chicago
Detroit at Cleveland
New York at Baltimore
Washington at Boston
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Cincinnati at Philadelphia (2), rain
Los Angeles 5, Chicago 3
San Francisco 6, St. Louis 3
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh, rain,,
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Victorious in I-M cion
By GARY WRIGHT
The long ball proved to be the
big factor as the Residence Halls
moved into their second week of
"A"and "B" softball competition.
In "A" league action Allen-
Rumsey, powered by Gary Wiren's
two home runs and five R.B.I.'s
stopped Chicago House, 11-6 last
night at Wines Field.
Larry Stinson of Greene House
pitched and batted his team to a
16-3 victory over Wenley yester-
Hinsdale stopped Huber, 10-9,
as Jerry Koch banged out a four
bagger and a double. Larry Hitch-
ingham also collected a home run.
Andy Carrigan and Ed Fulton
blasted round trippers as Van
Tyne smashed Strauss, 13-9. Dave
Giancola collected the win.
Earl Nuechterlein's triple -and
Tom Rutila's double led Michigan
to a 9-6 win over Reeves.
Henry Riddle's two doubles
powered Anderson past Kelsey,
In remaining action, Cooley
topped Williams, 11-6; and Win-
chell stopped Taylor, 9-6.
In "B" league action Huber
ripped Michigan, 34-14. Gerald
Newson collected a home run and
two doubles. Fred Coale and
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