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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY,..

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY.

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Sen kowski

SC TAKES NCAA TITLE:
OS 'lietii llet' Cinderme

n Tie for Sixth

SPORT SHORTS:

Special To The Daily
R a y Senkowski, Michigan's
sophomore tennis star, was de-
feated by Allen Fox of UCLA Sun-
day in the finals of the NCAA
Tennis tournament.
The win gave UCLA the team

OSU's Nicklaus Wins NCAA Golf Title
411

By The Associated Press
LAFAYETTE-Twenty-one year
old Jack Nicklaus added the Na-
tional Collegiate golf title to his
roomful of cups Saturday in an
all-Ohio State finals of the 64th
NCAA tourney.
He led from the first green and
beat back a late rally by teammate
Mike Podolski, 5 and 3.
Nicklaus, who hits both long
and straight, was six under par
for the 33 holes. Podolski finished
even over the hilly par 71 Purdue
south course.
The new NCAA champion was
high amateur in the U.S. Open
for the second straight year and
he dominated the college affair
from the time he won the quali-
fying medal with a pair of 70s
Saturday.

GRAND RAPIDS-Arnold Pal-
mer shot a two-under-par 69 to
stave off a last-ditch rally by old
pro Sam Snead to win the 58th
annual Western Open Sunday.
Palmer's 69 gave him a 72-hole
total of 271-13 under par-two
strokes better7than Snead, who
finished with 273.
John Pott shot a four-under-par
67 Saturday to wind up in third
place, while Bill Casper and Doug
Sanders finished fourth and fifth,
respectively.
Butch Baird had a eight-under-
par 205-just three behind Palmer
-going into the final round, but
the twenty-four year old Texan,
suffering from a bad case of the
butterflies, shot a 76 Sunday to
finish out of the running.
Palmer's winning purse was

$5,000, while Snead picked up a
second-place check for $2,800.
Bob Goetz broke the course
competitive record Sunday with
an eight-under-par 63.
NEW YORK-Frank (Rocket)
Budd of Villanova smashed an-
other "impossible" barrier when
he ran a world record 9.2 100-
yard dash and Bobby Avant of the
Southern California Striders
shocked John Thomas in the high
jump Saturday at the National
AAU track and field champion-
ships in Downing Stadium, Ran-
dalls Island.
Budd, a 20-year-old junior who
never had done much before this
year, warmed up to his task by
winning his two heats in 9.4, tying
the meet record,

Then, in the final, he
teammate Paul Drayton by

edgedI
about

title. The Bruins compiled 17
points, only one better than rival
Southern California's 16.
Senkowski, who is the Big Ten
titlist, had advanced into the fin-
als by upsetting Southern Cal's
Ramsey Earnhart Saturday, 6-4,
6-2, 6-2.

Michigan's track team, which
ran away with the Big Ten title
at Iowa City in May, had to settle
for a tie for sixth place at historic
Franklin Field in Philadelphia
June 16-17.
The Wolverines scored 18 points,
the same number as Abilene Chris-
tian, but 112 points behind fifth
place Western Michigan, and far
behind the 65 amassed by the win-
ning squad from Southern Califor-
nia.
Five Wolverines finished in the

a yard going away,
Eight finals were held Saturday
and ten more Sunday and the first

two finishers in each were reward- Too Much
ed with spots on 'the team that However, Fox, the Bruins' cap-
.will take on Russia, West Ger- tain and top-seeded in singles
many, England and Poland in competition, was just too much
Olympic-style meets next month. for the eighth-ranked Senkowski
Hayes Jones of Pontiac, Mich., as he subdued the Hamtramck
captured the 120-yard high hur- student in straight sets, 6-1, 6-2,
dles title for the second year in 6-4.
a ro in13., brelybeaingout Southern Cal's top-seeded dou-
a row in 13.6, barely beating utbles duo of Raefel Osuna and
Fran Washington of the Santa EarnuarofgaehelTOana and
Clara (Calif.) Youth Village, who Earnhart gave the Trojans a title
also was clacked in 13.6. Michi- as they defeated California's Bill
gan's Bennie McRae finishedf
fourth in the 120-yard high hur-
dles but did not qualify for the
trip to Europe. His time was :13.8..

Give Award
.To Chapmai

top six in their respective events,
with two finishing third, one
fourth, and two sixth.
Ergas Leps, the Wolverines' top
middle distance runner, finished
third in the 880, crossing the wire
in 1:49.8, while Dave Martin, run-
ning the event for the first time
this year, took a third for his
effort in the 3,000-meter steeple-
chase. He was clocked in 9:07.5.
Meanwhile, Bennie McRae, the
Big Ten's indoor and outdoor hur-
dles champ, could muster no bet-
ter than a fourth at Philadelphia,
in the 120-yard highs. His time of
:14.2 was a half-second off his
:13.7 performance at the Big Ten
meet.
The two sixth-place finishers
were Les Bird, who hurled 24'6"
in the broad jump, and Dick Ceph-
as, who had a :52.1 clocking in
the 440-yard intermediate hurdles.
Trojans Way Ahead
Finishing behind the Trojans,
who still won going away despite
the absence of two of their top
stars, were Oregon with 47 points,
Villanova with 40, San Jose State
with 20 4/5, and Western Michi-
gan.
Six records were broken in the
two-day meet. Dyrol Burleson of
Oregon ran a 4:00.5 mile, the

Trojans' Dallas Long put the shot
63'3 t2" while teammate Luthe:
Hayes hopped, stepped, and jump.
ed 51'21/4", John Lawlor of Abi-
lene Christian ran the 3,000-mete
steeplechase in 9:02.1.
Other meet records includes
John Thomas' 7'2" high jump, anc
Pat Clohessy's 13:47.3 3-mile time
Thomas hails from Boston U.
while Clohessy studies at Hous
ton.
No Surprise
It was no surprise to the ex
perts to see three of the four to]
teams come from the west coast
That section of the country ha:
long been a track hotbed, mostl;
because of its sunny climate, anc
the west's producing 14 winner
out of 18 events certainly provei
the theory correct.
However, an easterner, Franl
Budd, stole the show in the eye
of many. Budd, a junior from Vil
lanova, became the first easterne
in 20 years to take both sprints a
he won the 100 in :09.4 and th
220 in :20.8.
The Wolverines' Tom Robin
son, a top threat in both sprints
did not compete in the meet. M
had been called home to the Ba
hamas on family business and wa
not able to return in time.

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Hoogs and Jim McManus, 8-6, 9-
I11, 6-4, 9-7.
Osuna-Earnhart had advanced
into the finals Saturday by edg-
ing John Skogstad and John Kar-
abasz of Miami, 4-6, 6-2, 6-1, 6-4,
while thedHoogs-McManus com-
bination advanced into the finals
by virtue of their 6-3, 18-16, 1-6,
6-3 win over Fox and histeam-
mate, Larry Nagler.
Nagler was the defending sin-
gles champ, but was upset in the
third round of singles competi-
tion.
Two other Michigan stars -
Wayne Peacock and Jim Tenney-
accompanied Senkowski and Wol-
verine Coach Bill Murphy to
IAmes, Ia., site of the tourney, but
both were eliminated in the early
rounds of action.
Clean Sweep
Cal's 11 points gave California
schools a 1-2-3 sweep in team
standings.Miami finished fourth
with 8 points, and Stanford com-
piled seven to gain a fifth place
finish.
The Wolverines and Rice trail-
ed the Indians with six apiece,
Harvard and Southern Methodist
collected three, Minnesota, Port-
land, and Florida two, and Ari-
zona, Iowa, Notre Dame, Texas,
and Wichita had one each.
Despite his small following,
Senkowski was not without his
rooters. The entire. Southern Cali-
fornia team was openly pulling
for the Michigan star, as a loss
to Fox combined with an Osuna-
Earnhart win would have meant a
first place tie and a share of the
championship for the Trojans.

Harvey E. Chapman, a 19-year
old sophomore from Farmington,
was recently named recipient of
the sixth annual John F. Maul-
betsch Scholarship by the Univer-
sity.
The stipend is $400.
The award is made upon the
recommendations of a special "M"
Club committee and awarded to
a male freshman athlete each
year on the basis of scholarship,
need, and promise and desire for
leadership.
Chapman, a student in the lit-
erary college, maintained a B-plus
average while earning his num-
erals for the freshman squad last
fall.
The 5'10" 175-lb. athlete is a
halfback candidate for Bump Vl-
liott's grid squad next fall. He
will also be a leading candidate
for an infield spot on Don Lund's
defending Big Ten baseball cham-
pions next spring.
Presentation of the scholarship
was made by University Regent
Frederick C. Matthaei at the 48th
annual meeting of the "M" Club
at the Michigan golf course on
June 17.
Chapman succeeds Jack Strobel,
last year's winner.
He is not the first Harvey E.
Chapman to attain athletic dis-
tinction on the Michigan campus.
His father, Harvey. E. (Ted) Chap-
man, planed end on two Wolverine
championship grid squads in 19$2-
33, In addition, he also found
time to earn three letters in hockey
and added one in baseball.
Elliott was pleased with the pres-
entation and remarked that Chap-
man showed tremendous improve-
ment in spring practice this year.
"He has ability and great, desire
and if he continues to improve, he
should make a fine contribution to
the squad next fall."
Sailing Club
F akes Fourth
Michigan sailors finished fourth
in the National Collegiate Sailing
Championships held June 14-16 at
Annapolis, Md., as a strong MIT
crew led from the start to take
the title.
Eastern crews dominated the
events as MIT finished with 217,
followed by host Navy (197) and
Harvard (182). Michigan scored
171 points to edge out Washing-
ton who had held the fourth slot
until the last day.
The Michigan crew of Timmie
Schneider and Otto Scherer, who
won the regional eliminations in
May, won out over the Husky en-
try in the last five races over the
mile and half course.

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