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TlHE MICHIGAN DAILY SA
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TURDAY, JUNE 30, 1962

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Volverine Nine
'akes Day Off,
Michigan Baseball Team To Face
Six More Hawaii Service Squads

Special To The Daily
HONOLULU-Michigan's win-
minded baseball team had the day
off here Thursday, and were back
in the thick of things late last
night in a battle with another
service team.
The Wolverines have played
seven games in Hawaii, winning
five and losing two. The two losses
came in the five-game Interna-
tional Collegiate World Series with
Hosei University of Japan, which

Coach Don Lund's 'M' squad won,
3-2.
Beat Two Teams
Since winning the championship
last Monday, the Wolverines have
.defeated two service teams. Plans
now call for six more games with
service squads before returning to
Ann Arbor.

BOB FERGUSON
sparks East

Lund rates the service teams
here as about equal to Class C
teams in organized baseball, and
he feels that good college teams
are generally about Class B qual-
ity. One would assume that he.
considers his own squad "good,"
since they captured the NCAA ti-
tle before coming to Hawaii for
the international competition.
Best Record Ever
Michigan's season record now
stands at 36-15, the best in the
school's history. No previous team
has won more than 25 games, and
none have played more than 35 or
so, counting spring practice trips.
This year's team has been going
since a trip to Arizona in early
April, and their schedule has in-
cluded the Big Ten season, some
non-Conference games mixed in;
the Regional and National Colleg-
iate tourneys, and the internation-
al competition here.

East Downs
West, 13-8
BUFFALO, N.Y. .(R - Roman
Gabriel of North Carolina State
and Bob Ferguson of Ohio State,
a pair of 1961 college phenoms
headed for the pro ranks, led the
East to a 13-8 victory over the
West last night before22,759 fans
in the Second All-America Foot-
ball game.
Gabriel, a future Los Angeles
Ram, plunged over from the 1 on a
quarterback sneak for one East
touchdown in the third period and
fullback Ferguson, slated to join
the Pittsburgh Steelers, raced 38
yards for the final score in the fin-
al period.
Ferguson later was voted the
Most Valuable Player in the game.
The West took the lead tempor-
arily at 13:59 of the third period
when Tom Hall of Minnesota in-
tercepted a Gabriel pass and ran
70 yards for a touchdown.

I-M Games
On Schedule
For Monda
The summer Intramural Soft-
ball League wil start play next
Monday with a four-game sched-
ule, and 28 teams will see action
before the week is over.
Intramural Director Earl Riskey
has announced that the 28-team
league will be divided into seven
four-team units. The first three
weeks will allow round-robin play
within these units, and then a
playoff will be held between the
seven unit winners.
All of the games will be played
on week-days at 6:30 p.m. at the
diamonds at South Ferry Field, lo-
cated about two blocks south of
Yost Field House on S. State St.
The games will be six inning
affairs without any time limit.
Thus in each game at least six
full innings will be played. The
various teams represent University
departments, residence units, so-
cial groups, and various student
and staff groups which have taken
the initiative to get a team togeth-
er.
One group, the Misfits, is made
up of men who wanted to play,
but didn't have a team to join.
With Riskey's help they have
formed together into the 28th
team.
The schedule for next week:
Schedule
Monday, July 2, 6:30 p.m.
Teams Diamond
TV-Nuclear Engineering 6
Pharmacology A-Niblicks 3
AFITS-Botany 1
Dentistry-Phid. A. C. 4

By The Associated Press
CHICAGO-Paul Harney, a vet-
eran seeking his first victory since
the 1959 Pensacola Open, and
Jacky Cupit, voted "rookie of the
year" on the 1961 PGA tour, took
the 36-hole lead of the $50,000
Western Open yesterday with 3-
under-par 139.
The 24-year-old Cupit of Long-
view, Tex., fashioned a second
round of 34-36-70. He took a bo-
gey 5 on the last hole after playing
a second shot safe from the woods.
Harney, 32, from Worcester,
Mass., had seven one-putt greens
to author a 36-34-70 despite a
three-putt double bogey 5 on No.
8.
Only one stroke behind came
hungry Fred Hawkins, the first-
round leader with a 68 who carded
35-37-72 for 140.
Jack Nicklaus pulled up in fifth
place with 34-39-73 for 143 while
Arnold Palmer, his playing part-
ner whom he defeated for the Na-
tional Open Crown, struggled for
37-37-74 and 147.
* *~ *
U.S. Gets Lift
WIMBLEDON, England - Vicky
Palmer, a 17-year-old surprise
from Phoenix; Ariz., and the two
top men's doubles teams gave the
United States a mild lift yesterday
in the All-England Tennis Cham-
pionships.
Miss Palmer upset Robyn Eb-
bern of Australia 2-6. 6-0, 7-5.
Douglas, of Santa Monica, Calif.,
and Dell, of Bethesda, Md., stun-
ned Italy's veteran team of Nicola
Pietrangeli and Orando Sirola in
the second round of men's doubles
3-6, 6-4, 6-1, 15-13.
* * *
Women Tie in Golf
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. - Ailing
BILLIARDS'
and
SWIMMING
daily except Sun.
at the
MICHIGAN UNION

Ruth Jessen slipped to a four over
par 76 yesterday to drop to a first
place tie with defending champion
Mickey Wright after 36 holes of
the Women's National Open Golf
Championship.
Their 148 totals gave them a
three-stroke lead over Mrs. Mar-
lene Bauer Hagge going into to-
day's final 36 holes.
A score of 166 was required to
qualify for the final rounds. Forty-
one players, 30 professionals and
11 amateurs in the field of 66 made
the grade.
Track Meet Ready
CHICAGO-The cream of Unit-
ed States track and field talent
and Poland's best clash today in a
two-day international dual that
may find the Poles much stronger
than expected.
"We feel the Poles, whose track
season starts later than ours may
now be nearing a peak which could
surprise us," said U.S.A. head
Coach John Oelkers of Tulane,

SPORTS SHORTS:
Harney, Cupit Lead Western Open Tournament

directing an Olympic caliber 40-
man squad.
Consensus is, however, that
Uncle Sam's stellarsquad general-
ly will find the Poles a tough, but
surmountable test before a rugged
dual with Russia July 21-22 at
Palo Alto, Calif.
* * *
'U' High Coach Named
Herb Deromedi, a 1960 graduate
of the University, will succeed
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By The Associated Press
BALTIMORE-Hank Aguirre of
the Detroit Tigers allowed three
hits and struck out 11 last night
as he hurled a 1-0 victory over the
Baltimore Orioles.
The 30-year-old left - hander
didn't permit a runner past sec-
ond base while yielding singles in
the second, seventh and ninth in-
nings.
The Tigers scored in the first
inning off Baltimore's hard-luck
right-hander, Chuck Estrada. Bill
Bruton singled with one out, mov-
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ar.d tallied on a sacrifice fly by
Rocky Colavito.
* *
NEW YORK - Ace New York
left-hander Whitey Ford found his
tenier shoulder well mended, toss-
ed a solid four-hitter, and led the
second-place Yankees to a 6-3 vic-
tory over the Los Angeles Angels
last night.
* * *
CHICAGO-The Chicago White
Sox, scoring all their runs in the
first inning when tly rapped out
five successive hits after two outs,
defeated the Cleveland Indians, 3-
2, last night.
Cleveland starter Jim Perry re-
tired the first two batters he faced
and then ran into trouble. Joe
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singled and both counted on, a
double by Charley Maxwell. Al
Smith beat out an infield bounder
before Maxwell scored what prov-
ed to be the winning run on a
single by Jim Landis.
4* * *
WASHINGTON -- Chuck Hin-
ton's tremendous home run into
the Minnesota bullpen' in the bot-
tom of the 10th inning gave the
Washington Senators a 6-3 victory
over the Minnesota Twins last
night, the fourth extra-inning vic-
tory in five games for the cellar
dwellers.

Major League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
Cleveland 41 '31 .569
New York 39 " 30 .565
Los Angeles 40 33 .548
Minnesota 42 35 .545
Baltimore 38 36 .514
Detroit 36 35 .507
Chicago 37 39 .487
Kansas City 35 41 .461
Bostong 34 40 .459
Washington 25 47 .347

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

LEAGUE
W L Pct.
50 28 .641
49 28 .636
43 32 .572
43 32 .572
39 33 .541
36 39 .473
34 39 .466
31 41 .429
29 49 .470
19 51 .271

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New York 6, Los Angeles 3
Washington 6, Minnesota 3
Boston 9, Kansas City 3
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TODAY'S GAMES
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Los Angeles at New York
Kansas City at Boston
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St. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 0
Chicago 4, Milwaukee 0
Cincinnati 4, Houston 0
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WEDNESDAY-
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Miss Anna M. Lee, Counselor
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