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PAGE SIX

A'NT K KMICHIGAN " U 1 A F1~

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THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1962

P,

lichigan

Baseball

Squad

Continues

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Wimbledon
Sees U.S.
Star Falter
WIMBLEDON, England ( )-
America's hopes of recapturing the
Men's Singles Title nosedived yes-
terday as fifth-seeded Chuck Mc-
Kinley slumped to defeat in the
second round of the Wimbledon
Lawn Tennis Championships.
Mike Hann, 24-year-old former
Cambridge University captain on
special leave from his school-
master's job, defeated McKinley
6-3, 6-2, 6-2.
Dennis Ralston, Mckinley's Davis
Cup colleague, brightened the day
for Uncle Sam by defeating Sergei
Likhachev of Russia 6-4, 6-3, 6-3
on the center court with a fine
exhibition of controlled tennis.
Ralston, of Bakersfield, Calif., had
all the shots and showed no 111
effects from a cartilage operation
on his knee.
Donald Dell of Bethseda, Md.,
who is fifth ranked in the United
States, joined McKinley on the
casualty list. Jaidip Mukerjea of
India knocked him out 6-4, 3-6,
3-6, 6-4, 6-2.
Rod Laver, defending champion
from Australia and the top seed,
easily crushed Tony Pickard of
Britain 6-1, 6-2, 6-2.
Bg 10 Shifts
Headquarters
CHICAGO (P-The Big Ten
headquarters will move "across;
the river," July. 1, shifting fromI
the La Salle Hotel to the Shera-1
ton-Chicago.
The Conference, in existence 671
years-oldest continuous collegiate
athletic league in the nation-
had its offices in the La Salle for'
11 years, it moved to theLa Salle7
in 1951 from the Sherman Hotel.'
The new location centers the
Big Ten 'base in the city's news-
paper row, all four dailies now
located north of the ChicagoI
River near the loop.
Michigan has been a member
of the Big Ten since itsaformation
in 1896, except for years 1908-
1917 when the Wolverines with-1
drew from competition.

WOODY HAYES
... names captains
Grid Heads
Nvame Team
Co-Captains
BUFFALO, N. Y. tom')-The coach-
ng staffs for the Second Annual
All-America Football Bowl Game
announced team co-captains but
remained mum on the starting
lineups for Friday night's contest
here.
Roman Gabriel of North Caro-
lina State and Larry Onesti of
Northwestern were named field
leaders for the East. Competing
quarterbacks, Bobby Ply of Baylor
and Sandy Stephens of Minnesota,
got the nod from their West team-
mates.
Gabriel was at quarterback in
the East's backfield that Head
Coach Woody Hayes of Ohio State
has summoned as his No. 1 group.
The others in that unit were
Ernie Davis of Syracuse, Heisman
Trophy winner, Angelo Dabiero of
Notre Dame at halfback, and Ohio
State's Bob Ferguson at fullback.
The backfield that Head Coach
Murray Warmath of Minnesota
most often called for is composed
of Stephens at quarterback, Jim
Saxton of TexasandBobby Lee
Thompson of Arizona at half-
backs, and Art Perkins of North
Texas State at fullback.

Yanks Beat
Minnesota;
Tigers Win
By The Associated Pres3
NEW YORK-The New York
Yankees, held to four runs in their
last 36 innings, erupted for six
in the first three frames yesterday
and went on to beat the Min-
nesota Twins, 7-3.
Ralph Terry won his ninth, tops
for the Yanks.
* * *
DETROIT-Paul Foytack halted
the first-place Cleveland Indians
on six hits yesterday and the De-
troit Tigers' slumping batters
bunched their hits for a 4-0 vic-
tory.
* * *
BALTIMORE-Two home runs
by Jim Gentile and a strong pitch-
ing performance by Robin Roberts
gave the Baltimore Orioles a 3-1
victory over the Chicago White
Sox last night.
The big first baseman, emerging
solidly from a batting slump, hit
his second homer in the eighth
with a man on to break a 1-1 tie.
* * *
BOSTON-Don Lee, with ninth
inning help from Dean Chance,
stifled the Boston Red Sox ,'on
five hits yesterday as the Los
Angeles Angels bounced back from
Tuesday's no-hit defeat and posted
a 3-0 victory.
WASHINGTON - Kansas City
topped Washington 4-1 here last
nightto drop the sagging Senators
further into the American League
basement.
* * *
SAN FRANCISCO-Catcher Ed
Bailey walloped his second key
home run against his former
teammates in as many games and
his two-run blast yesterday sent
San Fransciso to a 6-3 victory
over Cincinnati.
CHICAGO - The surging St.
Louis Cardinals rolled to their
fourth and fifth straight victories
yesterday by sweeping a double
shutout 4-0 and 8-0 from the
Chicago Cubs behind the spectular
pitching of veteran Larry Jackson
and southpaw Ray Sadecki.
Jackson, balancing his record
at 7-7, yielded just four singles in
the first game. Sadecki posted his
fifth win among nine decisions via
a five-hitter in the nightcap.
* * *
PITTSBURGH-The Pittsburgh
Pirates handed the New York Mets
a 6-5 defeat in the 10th inning
of their National League game last
night.

Winnin
Wolverines
Beat Squad
In Hawaii

Kerr Pitches Victory
Over Subpac Raiders
Special To The Daily
HONOLULU-Michigan's base-
ball squad continued its winning
ways here late Tuesday evening
with a 3-0 shutout victory over
the Subpac Raiders of the Hawaii
Interservice League.
Fresh from Monday night's de-
cisive victory in the International
Collegiate World Series, Michigan
got their runs in the second and
third innings, and senior pitcher
John Kerr held the Raiders to
eight scattered hits.
Three Champignships
This was the Wolverines' 35th
victory of the year, agaThst 15
losses, as Coach Don Lund's, team
has extended its season by win-
ning Regional, National and Inter-
national Collegiate crowns. Eight
more games are planned with ser-
vice teams in Hawaii, including a
meeting with the Hickham Flyers
of Hickham Air Force Base late
last night.
The victory for Kerr ran his
season's record to 9-2. While both
teams managed eight hits, Michi-
gan made better use of their's.
Score Early Runs
In the second inning M' catcher
Joe Merullo walked and scored
from first on a single by first-
baseman Dave Campbell. Camp-
bell took second on the throw to
the plate, and scored on a single
by third-baseman Harvey Chap-
man.
The other Michigan run came
in the third when Subpac pitcher
Walt Haun hit Dick Honig with
a pitch when two were out. Ron
Tate and Jim Steckley, both out-
fielders, singled to bring Honig
home.

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A LONG WAY FROM HOME-Action like that above on the Ferry Field home diamond is a long way behind Michigan's baseball
squad, which has forsaken the home surroundings to win three collegiate championships and is currently playing service teams in
Hawaii.

Major League Standings

McNitt Leaves 'U' High Spot

AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Cleveland
Minnesota
New York
Los Angeles
Baltimore
Detroit
Chicago
Kansas City
Boston
Washington

W
41
42
37
39
37
35
36
34
33
24

L
30
33
30
32
35
35
38
40
39
46

Pet. GB
.577 -
.560 1
.552 2
.549 2
.514 4Y2
.500 5/
.486 62
.459 812
.458 8%
.343 16%

San Francisco
Los Angeles
Pittsburgh
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Milwaukee
Philadelphia
Houston
Chicago
New York

Wv
49
48
43
42
38
36
33
31
27
19

L
27
28
31
31
33
37
39
40
49
51

Pct.
.645
.632
.575
.575
.535
.493
.458
.437
.355
.275

GB
1
5
512
8
11
14
15%
22
27

Gary McNitt, a former defensive
halfback on Michigan's football
team, has left his position as
football coach at University High.
School here in Ann Arbor to as-
sume similar duties at Adrian High
School.
McNitt was coach at 'U' High

for one year, where his team has
a 3-3-2 record and a third place
finish in the Washtenaw Confer-
ence. The 22-year old coach will
replace Charles Marvin who has
taken the head coaching position
at Adrian College.

SPORTS SHORTS:
W~estern Open Begins

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 7, Minnesota 3
Los Angeles 3 Boston 0
Detroit 4, Cleveland 0
Kansas City 4, Washington 1
Baltimore 3, Chicago 1
TODAY'S GAMES
Minnesota at New York
Los Angeles at Boston
Chicago at Baltimore (n)
Kansas City at Washington (n)
(Only games scheduled)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 6, Cincinnati 3
St. Louis 4-8, Chicago 0-0
Pittsburgh 6, New York 5
Milwaukee at Los Angeles, inc.
(Only games scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Los Angeles (n)
Philadelphia at San Francisco
St. Louis at Chicago
(Only games scheduled)

By The Associated Press 4
CHICAGO-Arnold Palmer was
up in the air yesterday over his
chances to gain revenge on Jack
Nicklaus and repeat as champion
in the 59th Western Open Golf
Tourney starting here today.
Palmer arrived at heavily-wood-
ed Medinah Country Club in the
morning and immediately sized up
the "big bear'' course in a heli-
copter tour over the nienacing par
71, 7,110 layout.
Some 135 players, including new
U.S. Open Champion Nicklaus,
shove off tomorrow in a 72-hole
medal play test that carries a $10,-
000 top prize.
By the luck of the draw, Nick-
laus and Palmer-playoff antag-
onists in the U.S. Open at Oak-
mont, Pa., two weeks ago - will
match strokes in the first two
rounds of the match.
, s *
Women's Golf Starts
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. - Long-
hitting Mickey Wright opens her
bid today for a fourth U.S. Golf
Association Woomen's Open Cham-
pionship in five years over a course
that should be made to order for
her explosive tee shots.
The 6,400-yard, par - 72 Dunes
Golf and Beach Club appears well
tailored to the Wright. game. The
field closed at 70 players.
The 27-year-old California na-
tive who plays out of Dallas, Tex.,
won the title in 1958, repeated the
next year, but lost it to Betsy Rawls
of Spartanburg, S.C., while finish-

ing fifth in 1960. But last summer
she bounced back with her third
championship, winning by six shots
over Miss Rawls.
* s
Hungarian Wins Title
TOLEDO, O.-Imre Polyak of
Hungary won the first individual
championship of the World Ama-
teur Greco - Roman Wrestling
Tournament yesterday.
Polyak drew with Russia's Kop-
stantin Virupayev and won the
featherweight (138.5 pounds) title
on the basis of fewer penalty
points.
Polyak's victory stymied Rus-
sia's hopes of sweeping all eight
individual champions en route to
the team title that was almost as-
sured as the tournament entered
its final day.
Jim Burke of the U.S. also
fought a draw with Vladimir Rosin
of Russia, thereby keeping alive
his hopes in the 154-pound class.
* * *
AFL Vetoes Expansion
BOSTON-The American Foot-
ball League's executive committee
voted yesterday to defer expansion
from eight to 10 teams at the pres-
ent.
Commissioner Joe Foss said the
league still might decide later this
year to expand. The decision to
postpone expansion came as a mild
surprise. The eight-member exec-
utive committee was winding up its
three-day between-seasons-meet-
ing.

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