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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1962
Former Coach Matt
Led Swim Team Here
To 16 Big Ten Titles
(Continued from Page 1)
sity. He also coached teams at
Harvard, Yale and the New York
Athletic Club before the Duluth
Boat Club brought him to the mid-
west in 1919.
Coached at DAC
He coached several years at the
Detroit Athletic Club and then
came to Michigan in 1925.
During his 28 years here, his
teams won 16 Big Ten titles and
13 NCAA titles. He started from
scratch in 1925 and had a Big
Ten championship team by 1927.
Mann's Michigan teams never
finished lower than second after
1926 in Western Conference and
national intercollegiate competi-
tion. His record earned him a
place in the Michigan Sports Hall
He coached the United States
Olympic Team in 1952.
Moved to Oklahoma
After compulsory retirement in
1953, Mann went to the University
of Oklahoma, where his squads
have won eight straight Big Eight
titles. He would have returned to
Oklahoma this fall.
Mann arrived at Camp Chikopi
June 27 with his wife, Mary Lea,
and family. He had planned to re-
turn to his home around Aug. 20.
With him when he died were his
wife; his daughter, Mrs. Rosemary
Dawson of Ann Arbor, and his son,
former Michigan swimming star
Matt Mann III.
Camp To Continue
His son and daughter will con-
tinue running Camp Chikopi.
Many of Mann's top intercol-
legiate swimmers went on to
coaching. They included his own
~Michigan successor, Gus Stager;
Tom Hainey at Stanford; Ben
Grady at Pittsburgh; Chuck Mc-
SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. 03) -
Gordon Forbes, South Africa's
second-ranking player and Davis
Cup veteran, was upset in the
second round of the 74th Meadow
Club Invitation Tennis Tourna-
ment yesterday by little known
Roger Werksman of Los Angeles.
Werksman, the nation's 29th-
ranking player, scored a 12-10, 2-
6, 6-3 triumph after trailing the
sixth-seeded Forbes, 0-3, in the
Three members of the U.S. Da-
vis Cup squad-Whitney Reed,
Donald Dell and Frank Froehling
-and Bill Bond each won twice
to catch up to the field. They
joined top-seeded Australian Fred
Stolle and fifth-seeded Britishe
Mike Sangster in the third round.
Reed, second seeded from Ala-
meda, Calif., struggled past Rich-
ard Razzette, Old Westbury, N.Y.,
6-0, 4-6, 6-1 and Jim Beste, St.
Petersburg, Fla., 4-6, 6-2, 6-1.
Third-seeded Dell, Bethesda,
Md., ousted Richard De Petris,
Southampton, 6-0, 6-1., and Ron
Mandelstam, South Africa, 6-4, 6-
1. Froehling, Coral Gables, Fla.,
seventh-seeded, eliminated Hank
Kaplan, Southampton, 6-7, 9-7,
and John Powless, Cincinnati, 6-
Bond, fourth-seeded from La
Jolla, Calif., trounced Andrew
Landis, Charlotte, N.C., 6-2, 6-2,
and George Sokol, Philadelphia,
Stolle, a member of the Aus-
tralian Davis Cup team, defeated
Bill Lenoir of Tucson, 6-3, 6-2,1
and Sangster, the big-serving
Britisher, crushed Butch Newman
of San Antonio, Tex., a member
of the U.S. Junior Davis Cupi
squad, 6-2, 6-2.l
In a close basketball match be-
tween an American and an Indian
team held in Madras last Thurs-
day, the victory was clinched fort
the Americans by a dramaticp
jump-shot scored by Philip D.
Sherman, '62, in the closing sec-
onds of the game.
Sherman, former Daily city edi-
tor, is presently serving as a Ful-I
bright English tutor at Madras
Caffee, Michigan State Univer-
sity, and Bob Muir, Williams Col-
Among his other well-known pu-'
pils were Dick Degener, 1936 Olym-
pic diving champion; Gar Ault,
Jim Christy, Taylor Drysdale, Ed
Tomski, Harry Holiday, Dick
Weinberg, Burwell (Bumpy) Jones,
Jack and Bert Wardrop and his
Mann III and Mrs. Dawson were
en route to Ann Arbor yesterday,
where a memorial service will be
conducted, probably tomorrow.
"His life stands as his monu-
ment," said Crisler. "We at Mich-
igan Join the entire sports world
in mourning his loss."
Many of Mann's ideas stand as
monuments in the still-new Mich-
igan varsity pool, and in the one
completed a year ago at Okla-I
Funeral arrangements w e r e
made late yesterday following ar-
rival of his son and daughter from
Contributions may be made to
a memorial fund to be established
in the memory of their father.
SWIM KING DIES-Matt Mann, one of the best-known and best-
liked personalities in swimming history, died yesterday at his boys'
camp in Canada. Mann was associated with Michigan swimming
for most of his lengthy career, and built the foundation on which
Michigan's swimming supremacy has rested.
By The Associated Press
SAN FRANCISCO-A new date
for the World Middleweight Cham-
pionship Fight between cham-
pion Gene Fullmer and Dick Tiger
of Nigeria was announced yes-
They are now scheduled to meet
in a 15-rounder October 16 in
Candlestick Park, San Francisco.
The change puts the 160-pound
battle after the September 25
heavyweight fight between cham-
pion Floyd Patterson and Sonny
Liston in Chicago.
Problems with closed circuit
television caused the second post-
ponement of the middleweight
fight originally scheduled August
27 and then set up to September
Co-promoter Norman Rothschild
of Syracuse, N.Y., said:
"The reason for the date change
is that a more effective and effi-
cient closed circuit television net-
work may be effected."
Laver Wins Another
HAMBURG, Germany - Rod
Laver of Australia, won the men's
singles title of the West Germany
International Tennis Tournament
for the second straight year yes-
terday. This time he defeated
Manuel Santana of Spain 8-6, 7-5,
Laver now holds the national
titles of Australia, E n g 1 a n d,
France, Italy, the Netherlands,
Norway, Switzerland and West
Liston To Train
CHICAGO-Sonny Liston, who
challenges champion Floyd Pat-
terson for the Heavyweight Box-
ing Title in Comiskey Park Sep-
tember 25, will start training at
Aurora Downs Harness Track Au-
Al Bolan, general manager of
Championship Sports, Inc;, spon-
sor of the bout, said Liston, now
training at South Fallsburg, N.Y.,
will visit Chicago this weekend
and then return August 19 to re-
main for the fight.
A Team Wins
Staving off a last-minute rally
the "A" cricket team defeated the
"B" team 56-52 in an intra-squad
match by the Ann Arbor Cricket
Club last Saturday.
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NEW YORK-Tony Kubek re-
turned to the New York Yankee
firing line yesterday after a nine-
month stint in the Army and
smashed athree-run homer in his
first time at bat, helping the
American League leaders crush
Mounting an 18-hit attack that
also included two homers by Tom
Tresh, the Yankees gained a split
in the two - game series and
stretched their lead to five games
over the runnerup Twins. Behind
the Bombers' robust batting, Ralph
Terry became the league's first 16-
game winner with a five-hitter.
The right-hander has lost nine.
The Yanks completed the rout
with a seven-run burst in the sev-
enth against relievers Jackie Col-
lum and Georges Maranda.
Pascual, the Twins' ace right-
hander who has been bothered by
a sore elbow, was tagged liberally
in his two inningsof workand
suffered his seventh loss against
15 victories. He yielded six runs,
five hits and two walks.
CLEVELAND-Catcher Doc Ed-
wards figured in all Cleveland
scoring yesterday with a home run,
double and two singles and helped
Jim Grant post a 4-2 victory over
the Detroit Tigers.
Edwards, subbing for the slump-
ing John Romano,'smashed in his
third home run of the season off
loser Jim Bunning (11-8) in the
first inning, singled in the third
and doubled in the fifth after
Grant's single. Grant then scored
on a fly to Tito Francona, and
the Indians' lead increased to 3-1
(No. 17) in the sixth.
when Chuck Essegian homered
BOSTON-Rookies Bob Rodgers
and Dan Osinski combined in the
late innings to defeat Boston 3-1
yesterday after Earl (no hit) Wil-
son of the Red Sox had held Los
Angeles in check most of the way.
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ed two-run single in the ninth,
bringing the Angels back from a
Osinski came in to relieve Bo
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hit while fanning four.
* * * *
CHICAGO-Ray Herbert shut
out the Baltimore Orioles on three
hits yesterday as the Chicago
White Sox clustered all their runs
in the fourth inning to sweep the
two game series with a 4-0avictory.
Herbert had a perfect game un-,
til two werehout in the sixth in-
ning when he walked Dick Hall,
Baltimore's starting and losing
He had a no-hitter intact until
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with a sharp single to center field.
The White Sox got all their
runs on five singles in the fourth,
Al Smith and Camilo Caarreon
each getting a two-run hit.
SAN FRANCISCO - Harvey
Kuenn whacked his fifth home
run of the season yesterday,
sparking the San Francisco Giants
to a comeback 4 to 2 victory over
the Philadelphia Phillies. It was
the Giant's fourth straight victory.
The National League's second
place team trailed 2 to 1 in the
sixth inning of a right-handed
pitchers duel between San Fran-
cisco's Juan Marichal and Phila-
delphia's Art Mahaffey when
Kuenn led off with his solo homer.
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NOW IN AMERICAN LEAGUE:
Roberts Seeks First ERA Crown
UNIVERSITY PLAYERS, DEPT. OF SPEECH
OPERA DEPT., SCHOOL OF MUSIC
NEW YORK (M)-Robin Roberts,
a leader in virtually every pitch-
ing department except earned run
average during a brilliant National
League 'areer, may win the ERA
championship in his initial Amer-
ican League season.
The veteran right-hander, mak-
ing a sparkling comeback with the
Baltimore Orioles, leads the jun-
ior circuit in ERA, figures com-
piled by the Associated Press dis-
Roberts has given up only 32
earned runs in 116 innings for a
2.48 mark. He has won seven
games and lost four since join-
ing the Orioles May 21 after be-
ing unconditionally released by
the New York Yankees. Three of
his setbacks were by a single run
and the other by two runs..
Roberts' best ERA mark in 14
seasons with the Philadelphia
Phillies was 2.59 in 1952. He fin-
ished third that year behind Hoyt
Wilhelm of the New York Giants
and Warren Hacker of the Chi-
cago Cubs. Roberts was purchased
bfuy the Yankees last winter but
was dropped in spring training.
Southpaw Hank Aguirre of De-
troit is the American League run-
ner-up this year with a 2.54 aver-
age. Aguirre got his first starting
assignment of the season on May
26 after 10 appearances in relief.
He has given up 35 earned runs in
124 innings while winning eight
games and losing five.
Dick Donovan of Cleveland is
third with 2.78 followed by rookie
Dave Stenhouse, Washington 2.85
and Whitey Ford, New York 3.04.
The figures include Monday's
Sandy Koufax of the Los An-
geles Dodgers, sidelined since July
17 with a damaged index finger
on his left hand, heads the Na-
tional League with a 2.15 average.
The left-hander has allowed 42
earned runs in 176 innings. He has
posted a pair of shutouts among
Bob Shaw of Milwaukee is sec-
ond at 2.29. The husky right-
hander has permitted 46 earned
runs in 181 innings, won 13 games,
including three shutouts, and lost
Dick Farrell of the new Hous-
ton Colts is third at 2.53. Then
come Don. Drysdale of Los An-
geles, whose 20 victories top the
majors, 2.81; Bob Gibson, St. Lou-
is, 2.82; Bob Purkey, Cincinnati,
2.91; and Warren Spahn, Milwau-
Although Drysdale has pitched
15 complete games in 26 starts,
he has yet to hurl a shutout.
To qualify for the earned run
championship, a pitcher must
work a minimum of one inning
for each regularly scheduled game
-or 162 innings in the Major
(Based on 110 or More Innings Pitched)
Pitcher and Club G
Roberts, Balt. 117
Aguirre, Det. 28
Donovan, Cleve. 23
Stenhouse, Wash 23
Ford, N.Y. 25
Fisher, Chi. 42
Terry, N.Y. 29
Kaat, Minn. 27
Belinsky, L.A. 21
Barber, Balt. 23
McBride, L.A. 23
Chance, L.A. 37
169 61 J
Pitcher and Club G IF
Koufax, L.A. 24 176
Shaw, MiL 28 181
Farrell, Hous. 32 160
Drysdale, L.A. 28 208
Gibson, St.L. 24 169
Purkey, Cinc. 26 201
Spahn, Mil. 23 181
Broglio, St.L. 22 129
Hendley, Mil. 25 141
Friend, Pitts. 27 185
Mahaf fey, Phila. 27 188
Marichal, S.F. 27 190
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