THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1959
LGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1959
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other victory -.in number
singles, sinking Wisconsin's
Darling with ease, 6-0, 6-1."
was the first time this season that
Darling had competed in singles.
Looking exceptionally strong was
Wolverine Frank Fulton who also
swept two matches. Fulton only
dropped four games, whipping
Purdue's Bill Tomlinson 6-0, 6-2,
and Spartan Bob Sassack 6-2, 6-0.
Fulton, paired with John Wiley
in number three doubles, didn't
seem to tire a bit. This duo, unde-
feated throughout the season, con-
tinued its winning ways by com-
pletely annihilating Purdue's iden-
tical twins, Dick and Bob Berg,
In number six singles, Wolverine
Wayne Peacock had no trouble
with Denny Lortz of Indiana, de-
feating him by a 6-2, 6-1 count.
The only other match that
Michigan competed in yesterday
was number two doubles. Zaitzeff
and Peacock combined their tal-
ents to down Minnesota's Ray
Raddsevich and Dan Olson in
what appeared to, be the most
interesting match of the day, 6-4,
After the first day's competition
was over, Wolverine coach Bill
Murphy said, "This is a tremen-
dous surprise that we are doing so
well. All of the boys played their
best. Barring any upsets, we should
be in good shape."
Scoring was one point for a pre-
liminary win. A quarterfinal vic-
tory, and all wins after that, are
Today the meet will continue
into the semi-final rounds, and the
finals will be held tomorrow.
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Meanwhile, Michigan c o a c h
Don Canham likes to pass the fa-
vorites' role right back to Illinois
--citing recent injuries to sprint
ace Tom Robinson and quarter-
miler Bryan Gibson.
Robinson has been slowed by
injuries for weeks. He must run
seven races (including prelims
and semi-finals) during the two-
day outing and recurrences are
Gibson bruised his knee three
weeks ago. He is Michigan's best
hopeful in the open 440 dash and
teams with Robinson as keystones
on Michigan's relay team.
In today's finals, Michigan's Les
Bird is top-seeded in the -broad
jump and only a healthy Foreman
could defeat him. Another Wol-
verine, senior Lou Williams
should place high. But Illinois can
retaliate in the discus where they
have two of the top five throwers
in the Big Ten.
Qualifying and final heats will
be held in the 100-, 220-, and 440-
yd. dashes, the half mile run, and
the two hurdle events.
Michigan's baseball team will
attempt to move into the rarified
atmosphere of the first division
as it closes its Big Ten season this
weekend with three home games.
Today the Wolverines play Iowa
in a contest that begins at 3:30
p.m. at Ferry Field. Jim Bradshaw
wil. be Michigan's starting hurler
against the last-place Hawkeyes.
Tomorrow, the Conference lead-
ers, Minnesota's Golden Gophers,
come to town for a morning-after-
noon doubleheader. They need
only one victory this weekend to
clinch the Big Ten crown. Facing
the first place squad for Michigan
will be pitchers Gordon Rinckey
and Al Koch.
Games will begin at 10:30 and
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Major League Standings
Play at 'U' Course
W L Pet.
Milwaukee 21 11 .656
San Francisco 19 16 .543
Chicago 20 18 .526
Los Angeles 20 18 .526
Cincinnati 18 17 .514
Pittsburgh 16 18 .471
St. Louis 14 21 .400
Philadelphia 12 21 .364
Pittsburgh 7, St. Louis 2
Philadelphia 3, Chicago 0
(Only games scheduled)
. ..undefeated this year
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Northwestern basketball ace
Willie Jones was granted another
year of eligibility after the repre-
sentatives waived a rule requiring
transfer students in the Big Ten
to sit out a year.
Jones, a junior, played for Chi-
cago Teachers College in 1953 and
then withdrew for two years be-
fore enrolling at Northwestern.
In the only proposal to be
turned down, the Conference
policy-making group vetoed fi-
nancial aid to students attending
summer school to make up credits.
Exception was made for a student
who had to attend the extra ses-
sion as part of his college's cur-
The representatives called for a
July 25 meeting in Chicago to
discuss general problems after
hearing a report on the state of
the Conference from Commission-
er Kenneth L. (Tug) Wilson.
Formerly, the athlete was re-
quired to be in the upper quarter
of the male enrollment in his col-
lege. However, this was consid-
ered to be too indefinite and too
By CLIFF MARKS
Big Ten golfers will be swarming
over the University Course begin-
ning at 7:15 this morning as Mich-
igan's Wolverines play host to the
40th annual Western Conference
Championships for the first time
Michigan won the meet that
year with Ed Schalon, today's
starter, pacing the field along with
Purdue's Fred Wampler with 72-
hole scores of 299.
Purdue enters today's action a
clear-cut favorite by virtue of
winning the title last year and
having the same team back with
the exception of one man.
As was the case a year ago, Jon
Konsek, winner at Columbus in
1958, and Gene Francis, fourth-
place finisher there, will lead the
The consensus among coaches
was that it would take a score of
around 300 for four rounds for
the medalist, and a 77 average for
the team winner. They also agreed
that Purdue should be favored,
with Indiana, Michigan State, and
Michigan just a shade behind.
Here's what each coach had to
say about the meet:
Bob Fitch, Indiana: "Just so it
Ralph Fletcher, Illinois: "The
course is in good shape, and it
will be a great tourney."
Les Bolstead, Minnesota: "We're
ra second-division team, with five
of our players newcomers to the
Chuck Zwiener, Iowa: "Purdue
has to be favored with Indiana,
Michigan State and Michigan all
Sid Richardson, Northwestern:
"The winner will have to be
straight and an excellent putter."
John Jamieson, Wisconsin: "The
golf course is a championship
challenge, with the narrowed fair-
ways, long rough, and added
Ven Van Alstyne, MSU: "We're
too inexperienced, but we have
team balance, although lacking a
Bob Kepler, OSU: "We might be
a possible contender."
Bert Katzenmeyer, Michigan:
"The winning score is so depen-
dent on the weather."
Sam Voinoff, Purdue: "It's go-
ing to be a tremendous, wide open
Katzenmeyer will send his usual
lineup into the fray in hopes of
capturing Michigan's 13th team
title. The players and their start-
ing times today are: Joe Brisson,
7:29 and 12:24; Larry Markman,
7:57 and 12:52; Chuck Blackett,
8:18 and 1:13; Ray Lovell, 8:39
and 1:34; Pat Keefe, 9:07 and
2:02; and Dick Youngberg, -9:28
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