THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1962
THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1962
Baseball Team Wins Regional, National College
Titles; Tied with Japanese Team in Hawaii Play
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on the basis of a three-game sweep
of Western Michigan.
Western Gains Revenge
Western, the winner of the Mid-
American Conference crown and
owner of a 16-1 season record be-
fore meeting Michigan, and the
Wolverines also played the first
game of the Regional NCAA play-
offs with the Broncos winning that
Michigan was set for a come-
back, however, as they scored four;
straight. victories to win the dou-
ble-elimination tourney which was
played at Kalamazoo. The Wolver-
ines knocked both the University
of Detroit and Illinois out of the
tournament, and then handed
Western two straight defeats to
gain the title.
Pitches Two Games
The most amazing achievement
of the Regional playoff belonged
to senior pitcher Jim Kerr, who
pitched both ends of a double-
header. He first defeated Illinois,
and then followed with a second
nine - inning performance that
same afternoon to hand Western
Michigan their first defeat.
Thus having earned a bid to the
NCAA finals from the Fourth Re-
gion, the Wolverines started the
big tournament off with three
straight victories to take the driv-
On the first day Michigan down-
ed Texas, 3-1, with the aid of a
two-run homerun by outfielder
Ron Tate in the ninth inning.
Fisher held the Longhorns to five
hits, while Michigan made three
hits do for three runs.
In the second game the Wolver-
ines roared past Holy Cross, 11-4,
on 14 hits and solid pitching by
Kerr and relief-man Jim Bobel.
The third victory was a come-
from - behind affair in which
Michigan spotted Florida State a
7-3 lead, and scored in the last
four innings to take the game 10-7.
Then it was time for Lund's
crew to falter, although only mo-
mentarily. In a second meeting
with Texas the Wolverines failed
to score, losing 7-0. However, with'
the field cut to three teams, Mich-
igan gained a bye while Texas
battled Santa Clara. Santa Clara
won that contest, 4-3.
The next day, Saturday, June
16, was the showdown, and it
turned into quite an affair, with
Michigan winning in the 15th in-
ning, 5-4. The winning runs came
with the score tied three up, as
third baseman Harvey Chapman
singled, pitcher Bobel tripled scor-
ing Chapman, and then scored
'himself on a wild pitch. The fact
that the Santa Clara team scored
another run in the bottom of the
15th before the game was decided
Michigan had four players nam-
ed to the Collegiate World Series
all-star team-first baseman Dave
Campbell, third baseman Chap-
man, outfielder Tate, and catcher
Joe Merullo. It was Michigan's
second NCAA title in baseball, the
other coming in 1953 under Coach
The season record for Michigan
before last night's game stands at
Intramural Director Earl Riskey
has announced that a full sched-t
ule of activities will be made avail-
able for summer session studentst
"We're taking entries for the
summer softball league now," saidX
Riskey. "Play will begin next Mon-t
day evening." So far 16 teams have
entered the league, but the I-M
Department has hopes for several
more. Games have been scheduled
for 6:30 p.m. on weekdays.
The deadline for team entries is
Thursday at 6 p.m. Should anyone
be interested in playing, however,
and is unable to form a team they
are asked to call the I-M Build-
ing and leave their names.
"In the past," Riskey explained,
"we've made up a team and called
it the Misfits. It's x worked out
well," he said.
In addition to the softball
league, the department has also
announced plans for summer tour-
naments in golf, tennis, badmin-
ton, paddleball, and handball.
Play in these events will begin to-
ward the end of next week.
Co-ed Evenings, Too
So co-eds and wives aren't left
out, every Wednesday evening -
with the exception of July 4th-
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TRACK, GOLF, TENNIS:
Wolverine Teams Enter NCAA Meets
SUCCESSFUL COACHES-Michigan baseball Coach Don Lund
(right) and his assistant Moby Benedict have seen their team
win the NCAA title and are shooting for the World Collegiate
Crown this morning. Their team has won more games than any
previous Michigan diamond squad.
EUGENE, Ore.-M i c h i g a n's
high jumper Steve Williams was
the only Wolverine to place in the
NCAA Track Championships here
By taking a share of sixth place
in that event, Williams gained the
one-third of a point that Michigan
scored. HostaOregon, behind the
work of miler Dyrol Burleson and
hurdler Jerry Tarr, took the team
Michigan's other entrants in-
cluded Captain Ergas Leps in the
half-mile, Captain-Elect Chuck
Aquino also in the half-mile, pole-
vaulter Rod Denhart, and discuss
man Ernie Soudek. Hurdler Ben-
nie McRae, a two-event champion
in the Big Ten meet, signed a pro-
fessional football contract, thus
forsaking the NCAA meet.
DURHAM, N. C.--Gary Mouw
was the only Michigan golfer to
qualify for match play in the
NCAA Championships here last
week, and he was eliminated in
lIt hardly seems like that time
again, but five members of Michi-
gan's 1962 football squad are al-
ready looking forward to next sea-
Halfback Bennie McRae was
the most recent of the group, ink-
ing with the Chicago Bears last
weekend to join fullback Bill Tun-
nicliff on the Bear roster as
rookies. Tunnicliff was the Bears'
fifth round draft choice, while
McRae went in the second round.
The other Wolverines totake
their chances in the National
Football League were George Mans
with the St. Louis Cardinals, Jon
Schopf with the World Champion
Green Bay Packers, and Tod Grant
with the Detroit Lions.
All three were mainstays of the
Michigan line, though both Schopf
and Grant missed part of last
season with injuries. Mans was
Captain of the 1961 'M' squad.
Grant was the ninth choice of
Lions, Schopf the fifth of the
Packers, and Mans the 15th of the
CHICAGO (P) - Jack Nicklaus
and Arnold Palmer will resume
their friendly golf feud in the 59th
Western Open this week on a
course that places a premium on
tee shots rather than putting per-
The tournament starting Thurs-
day over the par 36-35-71 Me-
dinah No. 2 layout that wanders
7,100 yards through heavy tim-
ber provides the first meeting be-
tween the two popular prossince
the National Open at Oakmont.
Nicklaus, the beefy Ohio State
collegian and 1961 National Ama-
teur titlist who deserted the ama-
teur ranks this year, out-putted
the great, hard-charging Palmer
to win the National Open 71-74 in
a playoff June 17. Palmer three-
stroked three greens in the round.
Neither, however, should have
trouble with Medinah's greens,
which are not unduly tricky. The
big pressure is in getting to them.
When the 1949 National Open
was held on Medinah No. 3, the
course was described as a place
where elephants go to die. Cary
Middlecoff won with a two-over-
par 286 with rounds of 75-67-69-
75. The 67 remains the rompetitive
If Nicklaus should win this time,
he will become the first player
since Chick Evans in 1910 to hold
the Western Amateur and Open
titles at the same time. He won the
Amateur last year in New Orleans
and the 1962 Amateur will not be
played until next month.
Although Nicklaus and Palmer
have been installed co-favorites,
the course may be better fitted to
such golfers as Gary Player, Gene
Littler, Doug Sanders and others
not classed as the real power hit-
the first round by Homero Blancas
of Houston, 6 and 4.
Blancas advanced to the finals,
where he was defeated by team-
mate Kermit Zarley, 5 and 4. With
their two top men in the finals,
Houston won the team title easily.
other four men, Bill
Newcomb, Chuck Newton, Tom
Pendlebury, and Dave Cameron,
failed to survive the 36-hole qual-
number one doubles pair of Ray
Senkowski and Harry Fauquier
made the best showing for the
Wolverines in the NCAA tennis
meet here last week.
The pair eliminated duos from
Texas Tech and Arizona before
bowing to Miami of Florida's Rod
Madelstam and John Karabasz,
6-3, 3-6, 6-1. Earlier the other
Michigan pair of Gerry Dubie and
John Tenney were eliminated.
All four Wolverines njet early
defeats in singles play. Senkowski,
who was runner-up in the meet
last year, was defeated by South-
ern California's Bill Bond, 8-6 and
6-4, in the third round. Dubie lost
in the same round to Northwest-
ern's Marty Riessen, the Big Ten
Conference singles champion.
Riessen advanced to the finals,
where ,he was beaten by Rafael
Osuna of Southern California.
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