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THE MICHIGAN DAILT

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Beat Minnesota, Toledo

Cephas Paces Thinclads;
Sets Low Hurdle Record

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Jon Erickson engaged in a grueling
struggle with Minnesota's Dave
Healey, before subduing him 6-2,
1-6 and 6-5. (Because of the num-
ber of matches to be played, all
were limited to six-game sets.)
Erickson Wins First Set
Playing in ideal tennis weather-
sunny skies and 80-degree weather
-Erickson breezed past Healey in
the first set by staying on the
offensive most of the time.
However, his most noticeable
weakness in the first set-overly-
aggressive play - came back to
haunt him in the second set.
Erickson dropped the first four
games as Healey hit the boundary
lines with uncanny accuracy,
catching the Wolverine, who con-
tinually rushed the 'net, out of
position.
Healey Takes the Second
Michigan's number one man
finally broke his foe's service in
the next game but Healey went
on to take the set.
Erickson needed a desperate
rally in the third and deciding set
when trailing, 5-4. Again he broke
Healey's service and then pro-
ceeded to overpower him for the
win.
Erickson had an easier time in
the nightcap by whipping Toledo's
Dave Braden, 6-1, 6-1.
Two other Wolverines posted
double singles wins with little dif-
ficulty. Gerry Dubie dropped only
one game all day, taking Gopher
Hugh Tierney in straight sets, 6-0,
6-0 and Toledo's Dick Woerner, 6-0
and 6-1.
Tennis Summaries
MICHIGAN 9, MINNESOTA 0
Singles
Erickson (Mich.) defeated Healey
(Gophers), 6-2, 1-6, 6-5; Dubie (M)
def. Tierney (G), 6-0, 6-0; Sassone
(M) def. Radosovich (G), 6-1, 6-2;
Zaitzeff (M) def. D. Olson (G), 6-1,
6-1; Fulton (M) def. Mikkelson (G),
6-4, 6-5, and Peacock (M) def. Gould
(G), 6-Y, 6-1.
Doubles

Larry Zaitzeff won over Dan
Olson, 6-1 and 6-1 in number four
singles and then moved up to
number three to whip Toledo's Joe
Makowski, 6-2 and 6-3.
Sassone Wins
Regular number three man Bob
Sassone posted a win over Minne-
sota's Ray Radobich, 6-1 and 6-2,
and then took a rest in the second
match to give other Wolverines a
chance for some experience.
Frank Fulton and Wayne Pea-
cock won their singles matches
against the Gophers, while Mike
Gordon, Bruce MacDonald and
Mike Fleming, playing the bottom
three singles against Toledo, did
likewise.
In doubles play, the Michigan
teams of Erickson-Dubie, Zaitzeff-
Peacock and Fulton-Wiley all won
handily against Minnesota. Be-
cause of lack of time, no doubles
matches were played against
Toledo.

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But the spunky yearling wanted
to redeem himself after turning in
only mediocre performances in
the 100-yard dash and high jump.
Cephas watched teammates John
Gregg and Les Bird cross the tape
ahead of him in the century sprint,
and he had to settle for a third-
place tie in the jump with his
6'1%" leap.
In his record race, Cephas shot
out of the blocks fast to gain a
quick lead on teammate Pete
Stanger, defending Conference
champ. Cephas picked up gradual-
ly, leaving all hurdles untouched,
to win by five yards.
Stanger was timed at :23.3-his
best ever.
Cephas became the first varsity
performer to wipe out an indi-
vidual Michigan record this year
--but he almost had a companion.
Gregg, who has been in Tom

BOB SASSONE
. perfect weekend

WIN 7-4, 9-1:
Ohio State Whips Michigan Nine Twice

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was picked off first by Buckeye
hurler Tony Drobnik and John
Halstead grounded out. Halstead
had hit a 375-foot home run over
the left field fence to lead off the
fourth inning.
Homer Chases Koch
Highlighting the Bucks' early-
inning offensive show was a two-
run homer by third baseman Bob
Woehler in the third. That blow
chased Koch and brought in Gor-
don Rinckey, whose 5i/3 innings
of effective relief pitching turned
out to be the day's bright spot for
Michigan.
Rinckey restricted Ohio State
to one run and four hits after he
relieved Koch.
Marcereau had control troubles
in the nightcap, departing after
3% innings. In that span he walk-
ed six batters, five of whom scored.
A hit batsman, a double, triple,
home run, four singles and- five
stolen bases contributed to the
Buckeyes' scoring.
Two of the Buckeyes' five stolen
bases came on a double-steal that
resulted in their third-inning run.
Outfielder John Hampshire walk-
ed and took third on Dick Young-
peter's single.
On the first pitch to the next
l batter, Youngpeter broke for sec-

ond but was caught' in a rundown.
He diverted the attention of Wol-
verine infielders just long enough
to allow Hampshire to slide in
safely under the ;throw to the
plate. Youngpeter then went to
second.
Youngpeter provided the big
blow in the climactic four-run
fourth inning by hitting the day's
fifth home run, a 380-footer over
the left field fence.
Marcereau was removed at this
point, and reliefers Jim Bradshaw
and Dennis McGinn combined to
shut out the home team for the
rest of the game.
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Erickson-Dubie (M) def. Healey-
Tierney (G), 6-2, 6-5; Zatizeff-Peacock
(M) def. D. Olson-Radosovich (G),
6-4, 6-5, and Fulton-Wiley (M), def.
Mikkelson-R. Olson (G), 6-4, 6-1.

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MICHIGAN 6, TOLEDO 0
(Doubles Cancelled)
Singles
Erickson (M) def. Braden (T), 6-1,
6-1; Dubie (M) def. Woerner (T), 6-0,
6-1; Zaitzeff (M) def. Makowski (T),
6-2, 6-3; Gordon (M) def. Damrauer
(T), 6-1, 6-1; MacDonald (M) def.
McQuillan (T), 6-1, 6-1, and Fleming
(M) def. Sosko (T), 6-1, 6-1.
OHIO STATE 9, TOLEDO 0
Singles
Biederman (OSU) def. Braden (T),
6-4, 6-3; Carey (OSU) def. Woerner
(T), 3-6, 6-5, 6-3; Nabors (OSU) def.
Makowski (T), 6-4, 6-3; Archer (OSU)
def. Damrauer (T), 6-1, 6-1; Schlosser
(OSU), def. McQuillan (T), 6-4, 4-6,
6-2, and Taylor (OSU) def. Sosko (T),
6-1, 6-1.
Doubles
B i e d e r m a n-Archer (OSU) def.
Braden-Woerner (T), 6-2, 6-5; Taylor-
Nabors (OSU) def. Makowski-Dam-
rauer (T), 6-0, 6-3, and Giannako-
poulos-Cunningham (OSU) def. Sos-
ko-McQuillan (T), 6-1, 6-4.

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Illinois 5 1 .
Minnesota 5 1 .
Wisconsin 4 2 .
Ohio State 4 3 .
MichiganState 3 3
Indiana 3 3 .
Michigan 2 4 .
Northwestern 1 4 .
Purdue' 1 4 .2
Iowa 1 5 .
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Minnesota 4-8, Northwestern3
Ohio State 7-9, Michigan 4-1
Indiana 4-6, Michigan State 3-1
Illinois 14-2, Purdue 2-8
Wisconsin 4-2, Iowa 1-3

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833
833
667
.667
500
.500
333
200
200
167
3-2

Meanwhile, Denny kept Wol-
verine bats silent. He scattered
four singles, none of which figured
in Michigan's only run.
It came in the fourth inning
when Bob Kucher was hit by a
pitched ball, then advanced on
two fielder's choices and a fly ball.
Second baseman Bob Kucher
was the runner. Denny plunked
him with one of his pitches. Mar-
cereau then hit a smash right
back at Denny, who wheeled and
threw toward second.
The throw was off line, and
shortstop Dave Holland caught it
and threw too late to first, and
both runners vere safe.
Gene Struczewski then ground-
ed to the third baseman, whose
throw to second was not in time
to force Marcereau. Franklin then
flied out to send in Kucher.
Halstead Hits Three
One of the four Michigan hits
was by Halstead who had three
for seven for the afternoon and
kept his Big Ten batting average
of .478 among the Conference lead-
ers.
Denny did manage to stop Wol-
verine outfielder Wilber Franklin,,
who had gathered a triple and
four singles in 10 times at bat in
the Indiana game Friday and the
first game yesterday.
The circuit blows of Roman and
Brown in the eighth inning of the
first game carried added signifi-
cance.
Roman's 360-foot blast over the
right field - barrier. was his first
extra-base hit in Conference play
this season. Brown's 380 - footer
over the center field fence was his
first extra-base clout in four Big
Ten games.
The double victory raised Ohio
State's season record to 16-5 and
lowered Michigan's to 6-12.

Robinson's shadow most of the
year, dashed through the 100 in
09.6 and the 220 in :21.1. Both
times were close to the ancient
marks of Eddie Tolan (:09.5 and
20.9, in 1929) and Sam Stoller
(:09.5 in 1936).
With his victories, Gregg became
the only double - winner of the
meet. The 18 - year - old got his
chance for honors due to injuries
which have forced Robinson to the
sidelines for a few days.
Besides the victories of Cephas
and Gregg, Michigan won seven
other firsts in the 14-event pro-
gram.
Eeles Landstrom vaulted 14'2"
and the mile relay covered the
course in 3:17.8 to join Cephas in
sweeping both meet and field rec-
ords.
Other meet marks by Michi-
ganders went to Les Bird, with a
24'10%" leap in the broad jump
and Stanger, with a :14.5 in the
high hurdles.
Western picked up meet records
by John Bork, in the 440; Jerry
Ashmore, in the mile, and Ron
Hopkins in the two mile.
Bork had to fight off sophomores
Bryan Gibson and surprising
Frank Geist to get a :48.2 clocking.
Another Michigan sophomore,
Dave Martin, dueled Ashmore in
the meet's most exciting race-a
4:14.2 mile. Junior Dick Schwartz
almost made up a 140-yd. lead by
Hopkins, but the latter held off the
bid.
Other Michigan victories were
scored by steady Tony Seth, with
an impressive 1:52.2 half mile; im-
proved Ermin Crownley, with a
Conference-meet caliber put in the
shot, and Jerry Bushong in the
discus.
Track Summaries
ONE MILE RUN: 1. Ashmore (WM)
2. Martin (M), 3. Eversole (WM), 4.
Allen (Mar.). Time: 4:14.2.
440-YARD DASH: 1. Bork (WM), 2.
B. Gibson (M), 3. Gardner (Mar.),
4. Geist (M). Time: :48.2.
100-YARD DASH: 1. Gregg (M), 2.
Bird (M), 3. Cephas (M), Singleton
(WM). Time: :09.6.
120-YARD HURDLESt 1. Stanger
(M), 2. Sturtzen (Mar.), 3. Brohier
(Mar.), 4. Trowbridge (M). Timet
:14.5.
880-YARD RUN: 1. Seth (M), 2.
Wuggazer (WM), 3. Deardorff (M), 4.
Taylor (WM). Time: 1:52.2.
220-YARD DASH: 1. Gregg (M), 2.
Singleton (WM), 3. Abbott (Mar.), 4.
Chalfant (M). Time: :21.1.
TWO-MILE RUN: 1. Hopkins (WM),
2. Schwartz (M), 3. Bocci (WM), 4.
3. Bocci (WM), 4. Eversole (WM).
Eversole (WM). Time: 9:35.1.
220-YARD LOW HURDLES: 1.
Cphas (M), 2. Stanger (M), 3. Shoe-
smith (WM), 4. Brohier (Mar.). Time:
:22.8.
MLE RELAY: 1. Michigan (Geist,
Dickerson, B. Gibson, Seth), 2. West-
ern, 3. Marquette. Time: 3:17.8.
SHOT PUT: 1. Crownley (M), 2.
Boyden (M), 3. Gutowsky (WM), 4.
Schutter (WM). Distance: 51'1".
HIGH JUMP: 1. (tie) Tomer (WM)
and Young (WM), 3. (tie) M. Gibson
(M), Cephas (M), Holmes (WM) and
Locey (wil). Height. 6'3%".
POLE VAULT: 1. Landstrom (M),
2. M. Gibson (M), 3. (tie) Segal (WM)
and MeFarlen (WM). Height: 142".
BROAD JUMP: 1. Bird (M), 2. Wil-
liams (M), 3. White (WM), 4. Steffes
(M). Distance: 24'10%".
DISCUS: 1. Brshong (M), 2. Spell-
er (WM), 3. Crownley (M), 4. Deskins
(M), Distance: 138'1".

Buckeye Blast

First Game
MICHIGAN
Marshall, 2b
lFranklin, If
Roman, lb
Brown, 3b
Dickey, c
Halstead, rf
Mogk, cf
Struczewski, ss
Koch, p
Rinckey, p
a-Danovich
TOTALS
OHIO STATE
Holland, ss
Davis, 2b
Leppert, cf
Wiezbiski, ib
Hampshire, rf
Youngpeder, If
Woehler, 3b
Peters, c
Drobnik, p
TOTALS

AB
5
5
5
3
4
4
4
4
2
1
1
38
AB
3
3,
4
2
4
3
4
4
4
31

R H
0 0
0 3
1 1
1 2"
0 1
2 2
0 1
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
4 10
R H
1 1
1 2
S1
0 2
0 0
2 1
2 2
0 1
0 1
7 11

E RBI
0 0
0 0
0 1
01
0 0
0 1
0 1
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 4
E RBI
0 0
0 0
1 0
1 1
0 0
0 1
0 3
0 0
0 1
2 6

MICHIGAN AB R H E RBI
Struczewski, ss 3 0 1 0 0
Franklin, If 2 0 0 0 1
Roman, lb . 2 0 0 0 0
Brown, 3b, 2 0 0 0 0
Syring, c 3 0 1 1 0
Halstead, rf 3 0 1 0 0
Mogk, cf 3 0 1 0 0
Kucher, 2b 2 1 0 0 0
Marcereau, p 1 0 0 0 0
Bradshaw, p 0 0 0 0 0
a-Danovich 1 0 0 0 0
McGinn, p 0 0 0 0 0
b-Marshall 1 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 23 1 4 1 1.
OHIO STATE AB R H E RBI
Holland, ss 3 2 2 0 0
Davis, 2b 4 0 1 0 2
Leppert, cf 2 2 1 0 1
Wiezbiski, lb 3 0 1 0 3
Hampshire, rf 2 2 0 0 0
Youngpeder, If 3 1 3 0 2
Woehler, 3b 2 1 0 0 0
Peters, c 2 1 0 0 0
Denny, p 2 0 1 1 0
TOTALS 23 9 9 1 8
a-Flied out for Bradshaw in fifth.
b-Struck out for McGinn in seventh
2b-Wiezbiski. 3b-Leppert. HR-
Youngpeder.
MICHIGAN 001 000 0-1 4 1
Ohio State 221 400 x--1 9 1
PITCHING SUMMARIES
-IP H W SO R ER
Marcereau 3% 7 6 3 9 9
Bradshaw % 0 0 0 0
McGinn 2 2 0' 1 0 0
Denny 7 4 2 5 1 0

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