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THE 'M I CMI G 1A DAI 1-,V-

SUNDAY, AP

TINE MICHIGAN I~AILY SUNDAY, AN

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o 2-1 Victory in Nightcap
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Two-Mile Relay Team Nips Penn State;
Landstrom Tops Vauiers at Penn Relays
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game when, with two out in the
opening inning, Bill Roman dou-
bled, Brown walked, and Franklin
singled home Roman. State tied
it in the third when Van Sciever
walked and went around on Jerry
Lumianski's hit and Russell's fly
ball.
Varies Pitches
"He really pitched a ball game,"
Michigan Coach Don Lund said of
Marcereau. "He kept State's hit-
ters off balance throughout, the
game by using a wide assortment
of pitches."
f Marcereau's teammates backed
up his excellent hurling' with
errorless play afield. Good pitch-
ing and fielding for Michigan both
were lacking in the two-hour, 50-
mninute opening slugfest.
Wolverine pitchers Nick Lia-
konis and Gordon Rinckey were
belted for 12 runs and 11 hits in
the first five innings, but a sixth-
inning Michigan rally of five runs
on six hits reduced a 12-6 deficit
to 12-11 and provided a practically
new ball game.
MSU Keeps Scoring
But any Wolverine hopes of
eventually coming out on top in
the slugfest ended at that point.
In the seventh MSU benefited
from two errors, two hits, and a
base on balls for three unearned
runs.
In the eighth Spartan outfielder
AlLuplow batted in his fourth
and fifth runs of the game with a
booming 380-foot home run.
Meanwhile, Michigan State re-
ceived solid late-inning relief
pitching from Don Sackett. He
came on in the sixth to choke off
Michigan's production that inning
at five runs. Sackett retired the
side in order in the seventh and
eighth, and with a 17-11 lead, was
unruffled by Struczewski's leadoff
triple in the ninth. Roman's in-
field out brought in the Wolver-
ine shortstop with the 29th, and
last, run of the game.
Other interesting statistics of
Statistics

the contest included Michigan's
18 hits for 31 total bases compared
to State's 15 hits for 24 total
bases; Michigan's four errors to
State's none; and Michigan pitch-
ers' eight walks given up, com-
pared to State's four.
For the first time this season
the Wolverines unloaded their
extra-base power in a withering
attack that would have been more
than adequate to win any other
game of the season.
But this batting display could
not offset early Wolverine pitching
wildness and fielding errors, plus,
timely Spartan hitting.
Can't Hold Lead
Singles by Gene Struczewski,
Roman, and Halstead, and doubles
by Brown and Jim Dickey gave
Michigan starting pitcher Nick
Liakonis a first-inning 3-0 lead.
But the Wolverine lefthander's
wildness prevented him from hold-
ing it for more than an inning.
Liakonis gave up two bases on
balls and Bob Monczka's run-
scoring single in the bottom half
of the first. He 'walked two more
in the'I second, hit aenother, and
allowed two hits-including Dean
Look's two-run double-for a total
of six runs. Struczewski contrib-
uted an error to make three of the
scores unearned.

half mile and finished third be-,
hind winner Tom Murphy of New
York Athletic Club and runnerup
Bobby Seaman of Ft. Lee; Va.
Gain 2 Fifths
Michigan also picked up fifths
from its mile relay team and Pete
Stanger in the high hurdles, de-
spite the rugged competition.
Villanova tied a mile relay mark
with a 3:11.8 clocking. Michigan
was minus injured Tom Robinson.
In the high sticks, Elias Gilbert
equaled Lee Calhoun's :13.7 rec-
ord,
Triple-Win Blocked
Michigan's two-mile relay vic-
tory prevented Penn State from
being a triple winner. Penn State
added the. four-mile relay title to
Friday's distance medley cham-
pionship. Its time-a 17:11.3-was
a record. The' old mark was
17:15.2, set by St. John's last year,
Only the distance medley, two-
mile and sprint medley remained
untouched. Three other records
were smashed and one tied in the
individual events.
Abilene Christian ran off with
two other relay titles and Win-
ston Salem Teachers smashed the

American national collegiate shut-
tle hurdles relay mark, as four
relay records were tied or bettered.
Sprinters Win
With a great set of sprinters,
Abilene Christian won the quar-
ter-mile relay in 40.9 and the
half-mile in 1:24.5. Both were
meet records, and the quarter-
mile mark broke the oldest relay
record in the carnival.
The half-mile record was four-

tenths of a second better than
Abilene's meet mark set last year.
Bill Woodhouse, who anchored
both outfits, also was anchor man
on last year's team.
Winston Salem's quattet of Carl
Brown, Russ Rogers, Joe Middle-
ton and Elias Gilbert was caught
in :57.5 for the shuttle hurdles
relay, chopping almost a second
off the listed national collegiate
record of :58.4 set by Missouri in
the Drake Relays two years ago.

Major League Standings

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
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NATIONAL LEAGUE

Cleveland
Baltimore
Chicago
New York
Boston
Kansas City
Washington
Detroit

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.500
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4
4
9

Milwaukee
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Chicago
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
Pittsbugh
St. Louis

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7 6
6 6
4 6
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WAIT A SECOND-Stretching sophomore Frank Geist hands the baton to anchorman Bruce
Fischer in yesterday's Michigan Open meet in the mile relay. Then Fischer, who earlier set a 600-yd.
run record, carried Michigan's quartet to a heat victory. The Wolverines finished a close second to
Detroit, however, on comparative times.

High-Jumper Williams
Paces MAl in Home Meet

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FIRST GAME
MICHIGAN' AB R H E RBI
Struczewski, ss 5 2 2 2 0
Mogk,cof 5 0 2 0 0
Roman, lb 6 1 2 0 1
Franklin, If 5 1 1 0 1
Brown,3b 5 3 3 0 2
Halstead, rii 5 2 3 0 2
Dickey, c' 4 2 3 0 2
Kucher, 2b 4 0 0 1 0
Liakonis, p 1 0 0 0 0
Rinckey,p 2 b 1 0 1.
a-Marshall 1 1 1 0 2
Weemhoff, p 1 0 0 1 0
TOTALS 44 12 18 4 11
MICHIGAN STATE AB R H E RB:
Lumianski, 3b 3 4 2 0 1
Rtussell, rf 5 4 1 0 0
Luplow,cf 4 2 3 0 5
Look, 2b 6 2 3 0 2
Monczka, c 4 0 1 0 2
Fleser, If 4 0 2 0 2
Golden, ss 4 1 0 0 0
Schudlich, lb 4 1 0 0 0
Sinks, p 1 1 1 0 0
Rabias, p 2 1 1 0 1
Sackett, p 2 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 39 17 15 0 14
a-tripled for Rinckney in 6th
MICHIGAN 302 105 001-12 18 4;
MICH. STATE 162 030.32x-17 15 0
2b--Brown, Dickey, Look, Luplow,
Sinks. 3B-Dickey, Brown, Marshall,
Struczewski. HR-Schudlich, Brown,
Luplow. Left on base-Michigan 10,
Michigan State 8.
PITCHING SUMMARY
IP H' BB SO R ER
Liakonis (L) 1%, 3 4 0 7 4
Rinckey 32%8 2 1 5 5
Weeinhoff 3 4 2 1 5 2
Sinks 2%10 1 1 5 5
Rabias 2%i5 3 3 5 5
Sackett (W) 4 3 0 3 2 2
SECOND GAME
MICHIGAN AB R H E RBI
Struczewski, ss 4 0 0 0 0
Mocgk, cf 4 0 1 0 0
Roman, lb 4' 1 1 0 0
Brown, 3b 3 0 1 0 0
Franklin, If 4 1 1 0 1
Halstead, rf 4 0 2 0 0
Dickey,ce 4 0 0 0 0
Kucher, 2b 1 0 0 0 0
Marcereau, p j3 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 31 2 6 0 1

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By DICK MINTZ
Michigan's Steve Williams, a
6'4" yearling with sky-high poten-
tial passed the high jump bar at
6'5 " to easily take first place
at yesterday's second annual Mich-
igan Open track meet. '
Williams' effort duplicated his
prep school high and bested the
rest of the field by three inches.
With the might of the Michigan
track squad away at the Penn Re-
lays its less publicized members
had a chance to reap honors at
the Ferry Field side show to the
big meet.
Field Cluttered
The field was cluttered with 300
contestants representing a total
of nine colleges and the Detroit
Track Club, as well as a confusing
score of judges, timekeepers and
coaches.
A stiff wind lashed the track
and discredited the meet's record
performances.
Bruce Fischer, Wolverine junior,
sped to an unofficial meet record
of 1:14.6 in the 600-yd. run.
Dan Watkins, of the U of D, was
also helped to an unofficial record
24'91/2" leap in the running broad
jump. Michigan's veteran Lou
Williams led the field of entries in
the event until the las tjump. His
24'4" effort was good for second
place.
First Meet for Frosh
It was the first big meet of the
season for the freshmen on the
Michigan squad and assistant
coach Elmer Swanson was im-
pressed with the performances of
Bill Radford and Rillin Douma.
Radford placed fourth in the dis-
cus with a toss of 148'2" and
Douma' finished third in the 220-
yard low hurdles.
Michigan's Ron Trowbridge,
heading the field in the hurdle
event, knocked over the last bar-
rier and fell to the ground as the
rest of the field swept by.
Terry Trevarthen, a j u n i o r
transfer to Michigan heaved the
shot put to a first place distance
Davis Defeats
Mills at Drake
DES MOINES (M) - Glenn Da-
vis, Ohio State's Olympic chain-
pion and 440-yard world record
holder, yesterday smashed the
Drake Relays Special AAU quar-
ter-mile mark with a :46.5 clock-
ing.
In the meet's "dream race" Da-
vis beat out Dave Mills, Purdue
freshman who recently defeated
him in two races, by about four
yards.-
Hayes Jones, of Eastern Michi-
gan, became the first athlete in
the meet's 50 years to win both
the high hurdles and 100-yard
dash crown.

of 50'5". Ermin Crownley and Ray
Locke monopolized the event for
Michigan with respective second
and third place finishes.
U of D Takes Honors
The University of Detroit took
top team honors with wins in all
three relay events - the 440, 880
and mile. The Wolverine quartet
finished second in both the 440
and 880.
Individual standout in the meet
was Michigan State's Zach Ford.
Ford set unofficial records in the
100-yard and 220-yard dash with
times of 9.8 and 21.1 seconds re-
spectively.
Michigan was plagued by bad
luck for the second time in two
days on the track. Friday, Tom
Robinson was hurt by a muscle
spasm at the Penn Relays. Yester-
day, Willie Terry, a top freshman
track star and football prospect
tore ligaments in his knee while
broad jumping.
Dr. W. A. Coxon, team physi-
cian, said Terry probably would
undergo surgery next week. Terry
was taken to the University medi-
cal center.
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BIG TEN STANDINGS
W L Pct.
Minnesota 3 0 1.00
Illinois 3 0 1.000
Michigan State 2 1 .667
Wisconsin 2 1 .667
Ohio State 2 1 .667
MICHIGAN -1 2 .333
Indiana 1 2 ° .333
Northwestern 0 2 .000
Purdue 0 2 .000
Iowa 0 3 .000
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
MICHIGAN 12-2, Michigan State 17-1
Minnesota 15-3, Indiana 1-2
Wisconsin 13-11, Purdue 8-5
Illinois 6-5, Northwestern 2-4
Ohio State 2-1, Iowa 8-2
etILDROOT
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their dome! How about you?"
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STERDAY'S RESULTS
more 2, New York 1
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sas City 8, Detroit 7
ago 8, Cleveland 6
tington 8, Boston 4
TODAY'S GAMES
ago at ,Cleveland (2)
Jmore at New York (2)
oit at Kansas City
on at Washington

Pittsburgh at Philadelphia
San Francisco at Chicago
Milwaukee at Cincinnati
Los Angeles at St. Louis

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YESTERDAY' RESULTS
Pittsburgh 4, Philadelphia 2
Chicago. 5, San Francisco 3
Cincinnati 7, Milwaukee 6
St. Louis 6, Los Angeles S
TODAY'S GAMES

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MWICHIGAN STATE
Lumianski, 3b
Russell, rf-cf
L~uplow, cf
Handee,"rf
Look, 2b
Fleser, If
Golden, ss
Conlin, c
a-Monezqa, e
Schudlich, lb
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Sinks, lb
Van Sciever, p
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b-flied out for Schudlich in 4th
c-grounded out for Van Sciever in 9th
MICHIGAN 100 000 0001-2 6 0
MICH. STATE 001 000 000-1 5 2
2B--Roman, Conlin, Sinks. Left on
base-Michigan 5, Michigan State 8.
PITCHING SUMMARY
IP H BB SO I ER
Marcereau (W) 9 5 4 4 1 1
Van Sciever (L) 9 6 3 2 2 1

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