THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1967
THE MICHIGAN DAILY TII2IJRSDAY, MAY 4,1961
VI' Nine Faces Notre Dame,
Iwo Weekend Doubleheaders
Golfers Defeat MSU Team,
As Englehart Takes Honors
Shooting consistently in the
By PHIL BROWN
Michigan's baseball team, still
hurting from that 8-0 drubbing
by Western Michigan, today meets
Notre Dame in the first of five
road games on three days.
The Wolverines will play dou-
bleheaders with Illinois and Pur-
due before returning to Ann
Coach Moby Benedict's charges
downed Notre Dame 6-3 in a con-
test played on April 11, one of
eight straight wins for the Wol-
verines. But since that date Mich-
igan has dropped four of ten
games, three in conference action,
so the two twin bills are especially
Dave Renkiewicz will be on the
mound for today's game with the
Irish. He is Michigan's only
pitcher with a perfept record,
having wor one against no losses.
Benedict will send Geoff Zahn
and Joe Kerr to the hill in to-
morrow's twin bill with Illinois.
The Illini are tied with Purdue
for eighth place in the Big Ten
standings with a 2-4 mark, and
offer the Wolverines an excellent
opportunity to move up.
Purdue will opposeuMichigan in
a doubleheader Saturday. Bill
Zepp and Jim Lyijynen will han-
dle the pitching chores for the
Michigan presently occupies
third place in the conference
standings with a 5-3 record, and!
the four contests with , eighth-
place teams could make it a little
easier for the Wolverine diamond-
men to improve on that. The over-
all record stands at 18-8.
Minnesota, with an unblemished
7-0 record is alone at the top of
the standings, while Indiana's 4-2
mark puts the Hoosiers in second
Only six games remain on the
conference schedule after 'this
week's action, and a 9-3 record
would make a cushion for the
high seventies, the Michigan golf
team roundly defeated the Spar-I
final two weeks of competition. tans from Michigan State, 627-
As the Wolverines take the road, 655
Jim Hosler, sophomore first base- The individual performances in
man from Ann Arbor leads the the eight-man contest saw Wol-
hitters with .358 in 23 contests. verine Harry Englehart's low of
Glenn Redmon, third baseman, 75 edge MSU's Larry Murphy who
and Les Tanona, senior center- carded at 76.
fielder, both are batting .305. Touted as a "warm-up match"
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in preparation for the weekend's one Spartan slot was the only
Northern Intercollegiate Tourna- player besides Murphy to break
ment, yesterday's victory on the that barrier.
Michigan links should provide the Lead off golfer John Schroeder
team with the needed boost after bested McAnders' 79 by carding a
a six-week lull broken only by a 78. Team captain Bob Barclay's
Michigan sweep of the Alma In- 77 failed to match Murphy's ef-
vitational. fort, however.
Yesterday's match saw six Mich- Frank Groves holed in in 78
igan players shoot below 80 while strokes, followed by John Richart
Sandy McAnders on the number and Rod Sumpter with 79s. Mark
S- - -- - - Christianson tallied at 80 and
Dave Graff had 81.
John Schroeder 78
,.:. John Richart 79
Frank Groves 78
Rod Sumpter 79
' Bob Barclay 71
Sarry Englehart 75
D9~Iave Graff 81
Mark Christianson 80
Sandy McAnders 79
Troy Campbell 833
Steve Benson 83
John Bailey 85
Larry Murphy 76 low
George Buth 83
Dick Hill 85
IHal Thiess 81
TORONTO (A)-Terry Sawchuk,
veteran 37-year-old goalie who
was benched, vindicated himself
and brought the Stanley Cup back
to the Toronto Maple Leafs.
It was Sawchuk's inspired goal
-Associated Press tending that was the key to To-
ronto's 3-1 victory over the Mon-
NROE treal Canadiens Tuesday night
that gave the Leafs the coveted
illets of the National Basketball Cup, symbolic of world hockey
basketball last season, averaging supremacy.
e 6-foot-3 Monroe was drafted Sawchuk was benched after
d their first choice, Providence's Montreal won the first game of
the series. He was replaced by
another veteran goalie, 42-year-
old Johnny Bower, who starred as
the Leafs won the next two games.
Indiana OS Sawchuk got a second chance
when Bower injured his thigh
muscle in the pre-game warmup
before the fourth game. Montreal
beat him again. In the fifth game,
Sawchuk rose to the occasion as
The other singles players for the the Leafs won 4-1 on Montreal ice.
Notre Dame meet will be, in order, He was superb against the
Steve Fishback, Brian Marcus, Canadiens Tuesday night and the
Jack Teeguarden, Ed Waites and crowd of 15,977 gave him a stand-
Robert Pritula. ing ovation when the game ended.
Dell and Fishback, Marcus and "He came up with the key
Teeguarden, and Waites and Pri- saves," said Jean' Beliveau, the
tula will pair off against the Irish Montreal captain. "There were
doubles teams. three or four shots early in the
Coach Bill Murphy cites the In- game you could usually count on
diana match as the toughest hur- as goals."
die yet in the netters' path to the Sawchuk made 40 saves. He
conference crown. The Hoosiers stopped what seemed sure Mon-
have played more games than treal goals. He robbed Beliveau
Michigan and are consequently twice on close-in shots and stop-
leading in the standings even ped John Ferguson three times.
BULLETS GET MO
Earl Monroe is shown above after signing with the Baltimore Bu
Association. Monroe was the nation's highest se orer in college 1
41.5 points a game for Winston-Salem State, North Carolina. Th
formally yesterday after the Detroit Pistons had formally signe
Monroe to Bullets
In Draft Choice
Pistons Pick Dove Following Walker;
Smith, MSU Footballer, Selected Too
NEW YORK (P)-The Balti- National Basketball Association.
more Bullets drafted Earl Monroe. Getting two picks in the first
the nation's top scorer last season round. Wednesday the Pistons also
and a Little All-America, today drafted Sonny Dove of St. John's
after Detroit formally made All- to go with the already signed All-
America Jimmy Walker the No. 1 America Jimmy Walker of Provi-
pick in the college draft by the dence.
On Tap for
The Michigan tennis team will
host three home meets in as many
days. Today the Wolverine netters
will entertain the Irishmen of
Notre Dame at 2 p.m. at the
Ferry Field Courts.
Two conference meets are
scheduled, beginning at revised
times. Friday at 2 p.m., the
Hoosiers of Indiana University
bring their record to Michigan.
Saturday's duel with Ohio State
will start at 10 a.m. instead of the
originally scheduled 2 p.m. start.
Michigan's unbeaten Dick Dell
will be sent against Notre Dame's
Brown in the number one singles,
NThe'll khave to beat outth
New York club of the fledgling
American Basketball Association
l( x t S efor the services of the springy 6-
foot-8 ove. named New York's
SlushCase top player.
The ABA team also drafted the
flashy New Yorker. a 22.4 points
CHICAGO (,P-Top officials of per game shooter and a 14.8 re-
the National Collegiate Athletic bounder last season.
Association wade into a four-day Dishinger Back
session today on "important In addition, the Pistons expect
issues," including possible action Terry Dischinger, an outstanding
on the University of Illinois' well- 6-7 corner man or backcourter,
probed slush fund case. back from two years of army duty.
A proposed national collegiate This could make the Pistons a
football playoff, possible limita- power in the Eastern Division of
tion of post-season bowl games, the realigned and expanded 12-
and the perennial AAU vs. NCAA team pro league.
hot potato also are on agendas of "If we can get some consistency
the NCAA's Council. Executive at center, we'll be in good shape,"
Committee and Extra Events said Ed Coil, general manager of
Committee. the Pistons. "We were quite for-
Playoff Study tunate in getting Dove. When we
The 10-man executive commit- heard that Baltimore was going
tee, meeting today and Friday, to take Earl Monroe, then we felt
m a y authorize a "feasibility we had a chance for Dove."
study" of the American Football The Bullets announced they had
Coaches Association's proposal for signed the 6-foot-3 Monroe who
a national title playoff. also had been drafted by the Pitts-
The Illini case, already re- burgh club of the newly formed
solved by the Big Ten awaits ac- American Basketball Association.
tion by the 18-member council, Led Small Colleges
the NCAA's policy-making body, Monroe, of Winston - Salem
along with other cases expected State, North Carolina, had aver-
to be cited by the infractions com- aged 41.5 points a game last season
mittee during the weekend. to lead the NCAA's Small College
It is unlikely any infractions 'Division scorers.
announcements will be made be- I Walker, the Providence All-
fore Sunday's closing session. America, had led .the major col-
Probation Expected lege scorers with a 30.4 average.
NCAA punishment of IIliinois The Pistons announced Walker's
for its illegal $21,000 fund is ex- signing for an estimated four-
pected to be confined to probation years for upwards of $250,00
without penalty in view of the Tuesday.
Big Ten's stern reprisals in MarchTedy
The Big Tenforced resignation Michigan's Craig Dill was draft-
of three Illini coaches, including ed in the fourth round by San
football Coach Pete Elliott and Diego. Philadelphia tapped Mich-
basketball Coach EHarry Combes, igan State football end Bubba
basktbal Coch arryComesSmith in the 11th round.
and declared five athletes perma- "I thought it was rather nice,"
nently ineligible. "Itho d
The council is headed by the Sith said.
NCAA president, Marcus L. Plant "I'd like to play" he said, but
of Michigan, who also presided at added, "I'm not sure that it can
a Big Ten faculty representative be worked out,"
when the conference directed its "I havent played basketball at
most severe mandate in history Michigan State," Smith said, "I
against Illinois. played in high school and had a
During its sessions, the council 27-point scoring average."
also may act to limit the number Formal Pick
of post-season bowl games and Walker, signed to a four-year
review the status of the long- contract for an estimated $250,000
standing scrap with the AAU. to $300,000, was formally picked
- - No. 1 by the Pistons .
They had been assigned Los
An.geles' first round pick fourth in
the draft by the league because
Rudy LaRusso failed to join the
t)st Sought I itosfo.wighis trade by the
e : Lakers to Detroit.
Chicago, picking third, grabbed
said. "Somebody's got to do some- Clem Haskins, the 6-3 All-Amer-
thing about it." ican from Western Kentucky and
The two teams played again the Ohio Valley Conference's Play-
last night with the mercury at er of the Year for the third
37 degrees, straight season. He averaged 22.6
Hamilton said he discussed the last season,
matter at an informal meeting After Detroit, using LA's pick,
of Yankee players before yester- took Dove, the New York Knicks
day's game. selected Walt Fraizer, the 6-3
"We're agreed that there should whiz of Southern Illinois's small
be some arbitrary cutoff point at college and NIT champions.
which it is considered too cold to The other first round choices in
play baseball," Hamilton said. "We the 11-round draft were: 6, Al
think 40 degrees might be a good Tucker, 6-8, Oklahoma Baptist, by
starting point." Seattle 7, Pat Riley, 6-3, Ken-
Hamilton said he plans to talk tucky, by San Diego; 8, Tom
to player representatives of ocher Workman, 6-7, Seattle, by St.
American League clubs before the orkma, 6-7,aSel, by9 St.
I All-Star Game in July. Louis; 9, Mel Daniels, 6-9, New
Countered Griffith: "You can't Mexico, by Cincinnati; 10, Dave
: ou n'tLattin, 6-7, U. of Texas at El Paso,
set any temperature limit. Idon't by San Francisco; 11, Mal Gra-
think it will have a chance to get ham, 6-1, New York U., by Boston,
a"'hee' .and 12, Craig Raymond, 6-11,
Griffith, obviously irritated by andg12, Yraig Rymonde6-11,
the criticism said "If the Yankees
had won Tuesday night, there Second round pickets were: 1.
wouldn't have been a protest from James Jones, Grambling, Balti-
New York. We lost one game this more; 2. Steve Sullivan, George-
series to the weather, and from town, DC., by Detroit; 3. Byron
weather predictions, we could Beck, Denver, by Chicago; 4.
have lost all three games. Randy Mahaffey, Clemson, by Los
"They would have had three Angeles; 5. Phil Jackson, North
doubleheaders in a row when they Dakota, New York; 6. Bob Neto-
came back .here, and then they licky, Drake, by San Diego; 7. Bob
would really have complained." Rule, Colorado State by Seattle.
though both teams are undefeated
in conference play.
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Too Cold T(
ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS (P)
Steve Hamilton, New York
Yankees' player representative,
said last night he would lead a
movement to prohibit the playing
of major league baseball games
in extreme cold weather.
Minnesota President C a 1v i n
Griffith said club owners "would
be fools if they ever consented to
anything like that."
Hamilton's pronouncement came
after the game time temperature
Tuesday night was 32 degrees and
the reading at game's end was 29.
"This is ridiculous," Hamilton
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