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Michigan Tops EMC, 7-4,
In Season s Last Contest

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gineered another double theft
later in the game, and stole third
base also.
Shortstop Gene Struczewski fol-
lowed winning pitcher Bob Stab-
rylla's shallow fly with a grounder
to the pitcher Boyseno, who
promptly fired the ball over the
first baseman's head, allowing the
final two tallies of the frame.
Leading 5-1 in the bottom of
the sixth, the Wolverine nine took
no chances and added a pair of.
insurance runs. Mogk walked to
start the inning, and then made
the adage, "Never walk the lead'
off man," a painfully true one for'
the Eastern squad.
He stole second. Kucher popped
to the first baseman, but Stabrylla
kept things going with a walk. As
fast as one can say, "Jack Robin-

son," Mogk was on third and Stab-
rylla on second with another
double steal.-Wilbur Franklin then
drove in the two runners with a
clutch single to right.
Eastern rallied for three in the
eighth off the second 'M' hurler,
Jim Bradshaw, but it was not
enough. The big blow in the in-
ning was Shelton's two-run double
to left which scored Duffield and
Chuck Shonta. The first run of
the inning had been tallied when
Shonta drove in center fielder Len
Anderson from third base with a
single.
For Stabrylla, the second senior
on the squad, it was a fitting
climax to his collegiate career. In
Finale

addition to picking up the win, the
little right hander turned in a fine
performance, allowing only five
hits and one run in six innings.
He also struck out four while
walking no one.
The most unusual play of the
game, however, did not figure in a
scoring play. With Halstead on
third base in the seventh frame
and one out, Bradshaw attempted
the squeeze play. But he popped
the ball up to pitcher Ted Nix who
ran over to third base to double
up the runner Halstead who was
already across the plate-an un-
assisted double play by the pitch-
er.

A Friend Retires
Dear Mill Marsh:
For nearly 40 years countless generations of Michigan Daily
sports writers have been avid readers of your "Dear Boss" stories
in the Ann Arbor News.
With the announcement of your retirement on June 1 as
sports editor of the News, we would like to reverse the tables and
write you a brief letter.
Michigan's athletes and coaches are going to miss your
warm companionship, although we're sure the Ferry Field area
will be visited by you often in your years of leisure to come.
Ann Arbor's residents are going to miss your concise re-
porting that has filled them in on Michigan's sports happenings
and tradition these many Jyears.
Sportswriters of the Michigan Daily and countless others
from all over the country are going to miss your presence in the
press box-a presence which always made covering a game a
little more enjoyable.
After bringing pleasure to thousands of readers during a
period extending before the pre-Yost era, we wish you nothing
but the same.
Sincerely,
The Michigan Daily

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Struczewski, ss
Franklin, If
Roman, Ih
Brown, 3b
Dickey, c
Syring, e
Halstead, rf
Mogk, cf.
Kucher, 2b
Stabrylla, p
Bradshaw, p
TOTALS
EASTERN MICH.
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Duffileld, 3b)
Shonta, rf
Shelton, lb
Mathews, If
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Murray, c
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Anderson, cf
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a-Singled for Boyseno in 5th.
2B-Kubiak, Shelton, Dickey; SB
-Mogk (3), Stabrylla, Kucher,
Brown. WP-Stabrylla. LP-Boy-
seno.
SPORT SHORTS:
Tokyo .Gets
'64 Games
MUNICH - Tokyo yesterday
was awarded the 1964 Olympic
Games and promptly pledged to
"spare no efforts to make the
Games a great success."
Nasrullah Dies
LEXINGTON, Ky - Nasrullah,
a mighty stallion whose offspring
netted total American earnings of
$6,519,175, died of a heart attack
in his paddock at Claiborne Farm
yesterday.
White Sox Hurler Dies
POMPANO BEACH, Fla. - Big
Ed Walsh, one of baseball's great-
est pitchers, died yesterday of
cancer, a shadow of the man who
once won 40 games for the Chi-
cago White Sox.
I-M Softball
Residence Halls
Van Tyne 10, Lloyd 9 (earned
the right to play Chicago)
Chicago 2, Van Tyne 1 (Third
Place 'A' Championship)
Fraternity
Phi Kappa Psi 20, Theta Chi 3
(Third Place 'A' Championship)
Faculty
Psychology 24, Navy 3
Aero Engineering 14, Chemistry
'B' 5
English 10, Willow Run 'A' 2
Bacteriology 4, University T.V. 1
Education 13, Geography 5

By BUZ STEINBERG
Michigan's athletes will have a
chance to test their abilities this
summer in tryouts for the Pan-
American Games.
The Michigan aggregation. will
include athletes in both track and
field events plus swimmers and
divers.
The Games will be held in
Chicago, August 27, and are sched-
uled to continue 10 days.
The track finals will be held at
the National AAU meet, June 19th
and 20th in Colorado, and will be
preceded by the National Col-
legiate meet one week before.
Swimming tryouts will be at Lan-
sing the second week in August.
Those who will be competing for
the United States in the track
trials include Dick Cephas, Dave
Martin, Mamon Gibson and Lou
Williams.
Martin, who has run both the
mile and two mile events for the
Wolverines, will find himself try-
ing for an event that is new to
him. Since the games are under
the auspices of a Pan-American
committee, all events are held ac-
cording to the meter scale in-
stead of yards.' Thus, if he does
qualify, it will be for the 1500-
meter run.
Cephas Aims for Berth
Cephas will be seeking a 400-
meter intermediate hurdles berth,
while Gibson will attempt to qual-
ify in the pole vault and Williams
will expend his efforts in the broad
jump.

The remaining tryouts will go
to their respective countries to
fight for the opportunity to par-
ticipate in the Games.
Pete Stanger, Fred Montour,
Bryan Gibson and Ergas Leps will
be aiming for the nomination in
Canada.
Stanger, a hurdler, will try for
the 400-meter hurdles and Mon-
tour, a long distance runner, will
attempt to qualify in the 800-
meter run.
Gibson, Leps To Try
Gibson will be competing for
the 400-meter dash and freshman
miler Leps will try for the 1500
meter event.
Michigan's thinclads also in-
clude Tony Seth of British Guiana
and Les Bird of British Antigua.
These two will compete to enter
on a team forming a West Indian
representation. Seth will try for
the 800-meters and Bird will at-
tempt to qualify in the broad
jump.
Robinson Won't Try
Tom Robinson, a sprinter who
hails from the Bahamas, will
probably not go to the trials since
he recently reinjured his. knee and
has been advised not to run.
Wolverine swimmers and divers,
with the exception of Alvero and
Alex Gaxiola will attempt to form
part of the United States' aggre-
gation.
Tony Tashnick and Dave Gil-
landers will be competing for the
nomination to swim the butterfly
while breaststrokers Cy Hopkins

and Ron Clark will seek to qualify
also.
John Smith, freshman Fred
Wolf and Mexico's Alex Gaxiola
will try out for the backstroke.
Freestyle Includes Relays
The freestyle events will in-
clude the 100-meter and 200-
meter relay. Four swimmers will
qualify for the relay whereas there
is a three man limit in all other
events.
Dick Hanley, Frank Legacki and
Carl Woolley will be the Michigan
athletes attempting to qualify for
the United States' relay team.
Andy Morrow will also tryout for
the freestyle.
Divers Dick Kimball and Mexi-
co's Alvero Gaxiola will be the
other Wolverines trying for a
berth.
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