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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

81

THE ICHIAN DILY,

t7

1 CHAMPIONSHIPS
hollander Sets World Mark

0

3 ALTOS HILLS, Calif. t})-
Schollander, an 18-year-old
rnia schoolboy heading for
shattered the world 400-me-
eestyle record last night as
'at Australia's Murray Rose
e National AAU Swimming
pionships.
former Oregonian, who
for the Santa Clara Club,
the metric quarter in 4:12.7.
belated bid fell'short and
fished in 4:15.7.
ollander, who already held
kmerican citizen's record at
eclipsed the world record of
: which Olympian Rose set
icago in 1962.
iollander, who aims for the
pics and then a pre-med ed-
n at Yale, led all the way
record shattering meet.
inesota's Walt Richardson
Californian Claudia Kolb
to -American records in the
ill College pool.

Richardson, a 21-year-old sen-
ior at the University of Minne-
atos, swam the 100 meter butter-
fly in :57.5 to better his own
American record of :57.8' set in
Tokyo last year.
Miss Kolb continued the phe-
nomenal swimming of youngsters
as the 14-year-old from Santa
Clara, Calif., sped the women's
200-meter breaststroke in 2:49.8 to
better the American record of
2:51.4 set by Ann Warner of San-
ta Clara in 1960.
Miss Kolb beat Ann Bancroft
of Los Altos, Calif., who had es-
tablished a meet record of 2:52.2.
In the preliminaries yesterday
morning, Miss Bancroft was sec-
ond in 2:53.3 for the finals.
Sharon Stouder, a 15-year-old
eclipsed the American 100 meter
freestyle record in the preliminar-
ies with a time of 1:00.7.
She came back to win the fin-
al and lower the mark to 1:00.4.
The tall Glendora, Calif. high
school girl's time of 1:00.7 in the
100-meter freestyle bettered the
previous record of 1:01.3 set by
Chris von Saltza in 1960. That wasj
the year Chris reigned as the
Olympic swim queen.
The 1:00.7 failed to challengej
the world record of 58.9 seconds by'
Australia's Dawn Fraser. Miss
Stouder, swimming on the City of
Commerce team from Los Angeles
County, became that outfit's sec-
ond record smasher. Thursday, 13-
year-old Patty Caretto bettered
the world record in the 1500-meter
freestyle with a time of 18:30.5
En route she posted a new world
record for 800 meters at 9:47.3.
In the 100-meter qualifying
race, when Miss Stouder set her
record, she was pushed all the
way by Martha Randall of Phila-
delphia, who matched the previ-
ous American record of 1:01.3.
Both she and Miss Stouder better-,
ed the prior meet mark of 1:01.5

set by Robyn Johnson of Arling-
ton, Va.
Other meet records fell early.
Ann Bancroft, former Washing-
ton, D.C. star now swimming for
the Foothill Club in Los Altos
Hills, clipped one-tenth of a sec-
ond of fthe 200-meter breaststroke
record with 2:53.2. She bettered
the record by Ann Warner of
Santa Clara, also set in 1960.
Only in Olympic years, are the
AAU events raced in metric dis-
tances. In other years, they are
in yards.
Donna de Varona, 17, bettered
her meet record in the 400-meter
individual medley despite a sore
thigh muscle. But even though
her time of 5:23 beat her AAU
meet record of 5:24.5, it was far
from her 5:16.6.
The Santa Clara Swim Club's
team bettered the national 400-
meter freestyle relay record. The
time was 4:13.4, clipping three-
tenths of a second off the 1963
mark set by the Los Angeles Ath-
letic Club.

Froe hCng
Advadnces
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. (P) -
Frank Froehling III, gangling
Davis Cupper from Coral Gables,
Fla., made it into the semifinals
of the Eastern Grass Court Tennis
Championships yesterday. Marty
Riessen, his Cup teammate, was
eliminated.
Froehling, a student at Trinity
University in Texas, had his trou-
bles but moved past Chuck Pasa-
rell of Puerto Rico and UCLA 8-6,
2-6, 6-4. Riessen was eliminated
by his doubles partner, Clark
Graebner of Beachwood, 7-5, 6-2.
In women's quarter-finals play,
Mrs. Karen Hantze Susman, seed-
ed No. 4, and Nancy Richey, No.
2, won in straight sets. Mrs. Sus-
man belted Carol Hanks of St.
Louis, 6-1, 6-4 and Miss Richey
survived an early case of double
faults to beat Belmar Gunderson
of Indian Lake Estates, Fla.,
6-4, 6-3.
Graebner and Riessen, both
Northwestern students, are the
second ranked doubles team in the
U.S. In singles Riessen is No. 5
and Graebner No. 24.

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a Mann, 21-year-old Universi-
of North Carolina student, clip-
: 2.1 seconds off the national
)-meter men's backstroke rec-
d yesterday in the 14th annual
untry Club of Virginia invita-
.nal swimming meet.
Mann's time of 1:00.4 compares
th the listed record of 1:02.5!
' short pools set in 1955 by!
shi Oyakawa' of Ohio State Uni-
rsity at New Haven, Conn.
Officials of the Amateur Ath-
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:V pool and existing conditions,
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MONTREAL (P)-- Arnold Pal-
mer, golf's most feared comeback-
er, rushed up from four strokes off
the pace yesterday and grabbed a'
share of the second round lead in!
the Canadian Open Golf Cham-
pionships.
Palmer, the Masters' champ
from Latrobe, Pa., forged a four-
under-par 67 over the Pinegrove
course and tied big Bill Collins of
Baltimore, each with 138 for 36
holes.
But Billy Casper, the chunky
veteran from Corona, Calif., hadl

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Frank Lary and
ck Fisher pitched the New York
ts to a 3-0, 6-2 doubleheader
eep over the Houston Colts last
;ht.
Lry hurled abrilliant two-
;ter in the opener and Fisher,
eked by Chris Cannizzaro's
aely hitting, checked the Colts
seven hits in the nightcap.
Cannizzaro poked two singles
a double in the Mets' 12-hit
3ond-game attack, scoring one,
n and driving in another. Ed
anepool contributed a two-run
mer as the Mets chased Houston'
.rter Ken Johnson in a four-
n fourth inning rally.
* * *
MfINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL -
.rmon Killebrew clouted his 36th

AMERICAN

altimore
York
ago
s Angeles
nesota

LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
63 39 .618 -
61 36 .617 %
61 40 .604 1W
54 52 .509 11
51 52 .495 12 !/
50 53 .485 1314
50 55 .476 15
45 57 .441 18

homer, a two-run blast, with two
out in the ninth inning, lifting
Minnesota to a 4-3 triumph over
the New York Yankees last night.
Rich Rollins started the win-'
ning rally with a one-out single
off starter Al Downing, who was
seeking his seventh straight vic-
tory. Downing got Tony Oliva on
a fly ball for the second out, but
Killebrew smashed a Downing
pitch 390 feet into the left field
bleachers.
CLEVELAND-A brilliant relief
stint by Gary Bell in the openerl
and tight second game pitching by
Pedro Ramos helped the Cleve-
land Indians sweep a doublehead-
ere from the Detroit Tigers 12-3
and 4-2 last night.
Bell, 6-4, replaced starter Jack
Kralick in the third inning of
the first game and set down 18,
men in a row. He didn't allow a
hit.
Ramos, 5-8, struck out eight in
the nightcap, yielding homers to
Norm Cash and Gates Brown be-
fore giving way to Don McMahon
in the eighth.
* k
PITTSBURGH-San Francisco'
took advantage of three Pitts-I
burgh errors by Bill Mazeroski
and two by Bob Bailey in out-
lasting the Pirates 8-6 last night.
Willie Mays led the Giants' at-
tack, stroking three singles, scor-
ing three runs and driving in one.
* * 4
KANSAS CITY-Wally Bunker,'
Baltimore's 19-year-old pitching
sensation, hurled a three-hitter
for his 12th victory last night as
the Orioles defeated the Kansas
City Athletics 6-1 in the first
game of a doubleheader.
Bunker, who has lost only twice,
held the A's scoreless with one hit
over the first six innings. Rocky
Colavito broke up the rookie's
shutout bid with a seventh inning
homer, his 25th of the season.
* * *
WASHINGTON-Juan Pizarro
pitched a four-hitter and struck
out 14 in leading the Chicago
White Sox to a 6-0 victory over
Washington last night.
Pizarro, who drove in a second-
inning run with a sacrifice fly,
became the first American League
pitcher to win 14 games this sea-
son. He has lost five times.

PHILADELPHIA-The National
League-leading Philadelphia Phil-
lies defeated the Los Angeles Dod-
gers 6-1 last night behind John
Callison's two-run homer and
clutch relief pitching of Jack
Baldschun.
Tony Gonzales opened the game
with a single and was forced by
John Herrnstein. Callison then
slammed a Joe Moeller pitch over
the right field wall for his 18th
home run.
Moeller, who suffered his 10th
defeat in 15 decisions, gave up!
only one more hit, a single to,
Richie Allen following Callison's
blast. The Dodgers' right-hander'
then retired 17 batters in a row
before being removed for a pinch'
hitter in the seventh.
* * *
CHICAGO-Joe Torre and Den-1
nis Menke each hit a homer and
a triple as the Milwaukee Braves
routed the Chicago Cubs 14-3 yes-
terday. Bob Sadowski, pitching in
Warren Spahn's spot in the rota-
iton, went all the way for his
fifth victory.

AMFN, B
the best round of the day over the Garg th
rolling grounds of Pinegrove, both
equallying the course record with lications
PLE
a brilliant five-under-par 66.
That went with his opening
round 73 for a 169, one stroke Mee
off the pace and a tie with Rex
Baxter Jr. of Amarillo, Tex., who The purpn
holed out a 25-foot putt from just establish
off the 18th green for a 69. apprais
Iintroduc
Gibby Gilbert, the 23-year-old whose
rookie from Hollywood, Fla, who congeni
held the first round lead with a by app
NO 2-4!i
67, blew to a 74 but remained 1
Just three strokes back at 141. M
Jack Nicklaus went one over for IN'T
a 72 and 142. TRI
Others at 141 were Gary Player
and his brother-in-law, Bob Ver- RIDE WA
wey, both of South Africa, and and 15.
Ray Floyd of St. Andrew's, Ill.
Palmer was over par twice, but WANTED-
he had an eagle three on the 530- or Chid
rd ~~ ~ Ai -it o d- g 7 o
yard fifth hole and shot four 662-4656
birdies. -
"It was my best putting round RIDE WA
and ba
in a year," he said. Will sha
Palmer, who used the putter he 3-1561,3
had discarded before the U.S.
Open, had only 29 putts in the
round. For Airinr
roun' . 8300. To
He started with a 10-foot birdie Run $2
putt at the first, was over par at
the second and fourth, and had CAR SI
two birdie putts of 18 feet, and
one of five on the backtnine. rro0- M
Collins, who plays out of Gros- MV
singer's, N.Y., started out with Mn
three birdies and five pars for the 2
first nine, stumbled over a double
bogey six on the ninth, then ..
birdied the 10th and 13th.
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It was the fourth straight loss so much improvement yesterday
for the Cubs, whose ace, Bob Buhl, that his doctors said they likely
failed to last out the second in- would take him off the serious list
ning. today.
Sadowski, who moved into the Franckhauser was critically hurt
spot rotation when 43-year-old Wednesday in making a tackle
Spahn was sent to the bullpen, during scrimmage. He underwent
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x-Played night game.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
loston at Los Angeles ( e)
linnesota 4, New York 3
a timore 6, Kansas City 1 (2nd Inc)
leveland 12-3, Detroit 4-2
Ihicago 6, Washington 0
TODAY'S GAMES
ew York at Minnesota
etrot at Cleveland
atimore at Kansas City (n)
lston at Los Angeles (n)
hicago at Washington

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct.
iladelphia 59 41 .590
m Francisco 59 44 .573
ncnnati 56 47 .544
tsburgh 53 45 .541
Uwaukee 53 48 .525
. Louis 53 49 .520
s Angeles 50 50 .500
icago 48 52 .485
uston 45 60 .428;
w York 32 72 .306
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Iwaukee 13, Chicago 3
w York 3-6, Houston 0-2
m Francisco 8, Pittsburgh 6
iladelphia 6, Los Angeles 1
acinnati 7, St. Louis 6
TODAY'S GAMES
)ston at New York
s Angeles at Philadelphia (Qi)
Uwaukee at Chicago
acinnati at St. Louis
n Francisco at Pittsburgh

scattered six hits.
* * *
ST. LOUIS-Vada Pinson's two-
run single in the fifth inning pro-
vided the decisive runs as the Cin-
cinnati Reds held off St. Louis
7-6 last night and ended the
Cardinals' six - game winning
streak.
The Reds scored five unearned'
runs in the second inning with the
aid of errors by Julian Javier and
Bill White, but they needed Pin-
son's two-out hit to win.
The Reds batted around in the
second off loser Gordon Richard-
son, who beat Philadelphia 6-1
last Sunday in his first major
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7:00 am.-Holy Communion,
FRIDAY
12:10 p.m.-Holy Communion.

1432 Washtenow Ave.
NO 2-4466
Ministers: Ernest T. Campbell, Malcolm
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SUNDAY
Worship at 9:00 and 10:30 a.m.
Presbyterian Campus Center located at the
Church.

1501 W. Liberty St.
Ralph B. Piper, David Brocklein,
Fred Holtfreter, Pastors
Worship Services-8:30 and 11:15 o.m.
Holy Communion - Second Sunday of each
month.
Church School-9:45 a.m.
Holy Boptism-First Sunday of month.
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Sunday at 10:30: Service, Sermon, "A Lesson
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Sunday at 6:00: Supper-Program, with talk by
Mr. Adolph Loeb, Blind Lay Evangelist

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SUNDAY
9:00 a.m. Bible Study
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