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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. MAY 16,1967

innesota
As Michigai

Knocked Out,
a Wins 3-2, 5-4
'Scores

WEEKEND WRAP-UP:
Netters Slam Illinois, 9-0;
Dell Retains Perfect Record

By JAKE SLABIAK
Who said that the baseball sea-
son was over?
It took the Michigan Wolver-
ines only three hours and 24 min-
utes to break the final week of
the conference race wide open, as
they trounced the league-leading
Minnesota Gophers twice, 3-2 and
5-4, to pull within a game of the
top spot.'
With the double victory, the
Wolverines knocked Minnesota out
of the top, a half a game behind
defending champion, Ohio State.
With Minnesota hosing the Buck-
eyes this coming Friday in a dou-
bleheader, the chances for the
Michigan "nine" to win the title
and advance into the NCAA dis-
trict playoff and national cham-
pionship games are surprisingly
good.
But, first Michigan must over-
come the powerful Spartans of
Michigan State.
In the opening game Saturday,
Geoff Zahn, the ace of the Wol-
verine pitching staff, fired a beau-
tiful two-hitter, striking out ten
Gophers, in leading Michigan past
Minnesota, 3-2. It was Zahn's
eighth victory in ten decisions, and
fourth without a lossin conference
play.
However, it was Minnesota's
Bob Fenwick who gave the Mich-
igan cause a boost by committing
three errors, and all three were
involved in the Michigan scoring.
Bats Connect
The Michigan bats began to
connect off Minnesota's starter,
Gerald Sevlie, in the third. Glenn
Redmon opened the inning with

FIRST GAME

MICHIGAN
Redmon 3b
Sygar 2b
Tanona if
Spicer rf
Hosler Ib
Fisher of
Nelson c
Forsythe ss
Zahn p
Totals
MINNESOTA
Sadek c
Feiwick ss
Zacho lb
Reierson if '
Farni cf
Stanek rf
Kendall 3b
Rolandson 2b
Gronseth ph
Sevile p
Wickman p
Youngquist p
Micheletti ph
Totals
MINNESOTA
MICHIGAN

AB R H
4 01 1
4 1 1
4 0 3
400
3 01 1
1 0 0
3 0 1
3 1 1
3201
S0 0
2 10 0
0 10 0
8 0 0
23 0 1
3 00
3 00
0200-
0 2 001 0-

Sophomore Dick Dell completed
an unbeaten dual meet record as
the Michigan tennis team recorded:
its fifth shutout of the season,
against Illinois.
Dell found a tough opponent in
Ed Thompson from Illinois, but
eventually won 6-4, 11-9.
Fine performances were put in
by the entire team, notable were
Pete Fishback, who defeated Mike
Eibi, 6-1, 6-4; Ron Teegarten, who
beat Steve Leveson, 6-1, 9-7 and
Bob Pritula, who caught Rich
Berkholder, 6-2, 7-5.
The two shutouts kept Michigan
in the conference lead with 71,
points, just one point ahead of
second place Michigan State. The
teams move into the Big Ten Con-
ference meet at Ferry Field this
weekend. Dell is expected to meet
at least one of the only other two
Big Ten petters with unbeaten
records, Vic Dhooge and Jim Phil-'
lips, who are both from Michigan
State.

Golfers Take Second
Although Michigan placed sec-
ond, with a 617 total, behind Mich-
igan State, in the Spartan Invita-
tional at East Lansing, the squad's:
shooting fell below the expecta-
tions of Coach Bert Katzenmayer.
John Schroeder paced the team
with a 77-74-151 while Frank
Groves carded a 79-74-153. John
Richart talleyed an 80-76-156 and'
Rod Sumpter came in at 77-80-'
157.
The second Wolverine foursome
took fifth place at 639 as Dave
Graff had an 82-74-156 and Mark
Christianson an 2-75-157. Harry
Englehart shot 81-82-162, while
team Captain Bob Barclay finish-
ed in 83-81-164.
Thinclads Win Meet
Michigan's shot putter Jack
Harvey broke his own Ferry Field'
record for the second week in a
row with a toss of 57 feet 101~,
inches as Michigan raced past the

Ann Arbor and Chicago track clubs
in a triangular meet.
Tom Kearney clocked a 4:13.4
effort to win the milt. and came
back later with a 1:54.9 half mile.
Michigan's mile relay of Taimo
Lops, Alex McDonald, John Rey-
nolds and Bob Gerometta took the
race with a 3:19.6hto place the
Wolverines far ahead of their
competetors with 93 points com-
pared to Chicago's 61 and Ann
Arbor's 41.
At Illinois
Singles
Dick Dell (M), d. Ed Thomp-
son, 6-4, 11-9; Brian Marcus
(M), d. Dave Holden, 6-3, 5-7,
6-2; Pete Fislback (M), d. Mike
Eibi, 6-1, 6-4; Ron Teegarten,
(M), d. Steve Levenson, 6-1,
9-7; Ed Waits (M), d. Rich
Wurtzel, 6-3, 6-1; Bob Pritula
(M), d. Rich Burkholder, 6-2,
7-5.

TOUGH PITCHING by Geoff Zahn (right), and clutch hitting by Keith Spicer (center), and
Doug Nelson (left) powered the Wolverines past the Gophers in a double victory Saturday, plac-,

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ing Michigan only one game in
a single to left. Rick Sygar fol-
lowed with a grounder to short-
stop Fenwick, who bobbled the
double play ball and enabled
the runners to reach base safely.
Two outs later, Fenwick commit-
ted error number two as he let
Jim Hosler's ground ball zip
through, allowing both base-run-
ners to score.
But the Gophers wasted no time
as they came right back in their
half of the fourth with a pair,
too. Their effort, however, was
helped along by Zahn's touch of
wildness.

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Rain Hits Maj ors;
Reds, Cubs, A's Win

>ack of league-leading Ohio State.
A hit batsnian, a wild pitch, aI
walk, and an error put Minnesota
runners on second and third with-
out the benefit of a hit. After
Farni was out on a grounder 'to
Hosler, who checked both run-
ners, Frank Stanek drilled one
into centerfield for the first hit
off Zahn, driving in both runners
to tie the score.
The game remained tied until
the sixth when Wolverine short-
stop, Steve Forsythe, laced a sin-
gle to left. After Zahn sacrificed
the runner to second, Sygar pick-
ed on Fenwick again, and the
Gopher shortstop made his third
error in the game. This set the
stage for Les Tanona's sharp sin-
gle to left, driving in Forsythe
with what proved to be the win-
ning margin. Zahn, had little dif-
ficulty in the seventh as he fan-
ned the last two batters to climax
a fine pitching performance.
Four Run Outburst
In the second game, it was a
big four-run outburst in the
fourth as the Wolverines collected
ten safties against what was con-
sidered to be the best pitching in
the Big Ten. The key hits came
from Doug Nelson and Steve For-
sythe as both men drove in a pair
of Wolverines in the explosive
fourth.
Minnesota's Wasick, who came
into the second game after sitting
out the ,first, went two for two
including a two-run homer that
had earlier lifted the Gopher lead
by a score of 3-0.

Larry Guidi started for Michi-
gan but was lifted in favor of a
pinch hitter in the fourth. Jim
Lyijynen took over and pitched the
rest of the game, picking up his
fourth conference victory without
a loss.s
Minnesota's ace hurler, Jerry
Wickman, carried an over-all 8-1
record into the twin-bill and saw
action in both games. However, his
appearaices in the second game
cost him a setback, as Keith
Spicer hit one into deep center-
field which carried over the de-
fender and scored Forsythe for the
winning tally.
The loss was only the seventhE
in 36 games for the Gophers but
it took a team effort to beat them
twice in one day. Michigan, mean-
while, raised its season's record to
22-10, and now must wait out the
week to battle with the Spartans

PITCHING SUMMARY
IP HR ER BB SO
Sevile (L, 4-3) 5% 7 3 0 2 5
Wickman 0 1 0 0 0 0
Youngquist 1/a 0 0 0 0 0
ZahnH(W, B(-2) 7 2 2 0 310
WP-Zahn. HBP-Zacho (by Zahn).

SECOND GAME
MICHIGAN
Redmon 3b
Sygar 2b
Tanona If
Spicer c[
Hosler lb
Fisher cf
Nelson c
Forsythe ss
Guidi p,
Arvie ph
Lyiynen p
Kraft" ph
Totals

AB R H
4 0 1
401
2 1 0
3 1 1
3 11
0 0 0
lo
29 '5 10

E-Fenwick 3, Redmon, Nelson.
RBI--Stanek, Tanona, HosIer 2.

By The Associated Press
Rain{ and cold weather took its
toll of major league games again
yesterday, as three games were
rescheduled due to bad weather.
The Cincinnati Reds did play,'
as Tony Perez' run scoring double
in the 10th inning brought the
Reds an 8-7 comeback victory over
Pittsburgh.
Tommy Harper led off the 10th'
with a single off reliever Juan
Pizarro. One out later, Pete Rose
forced Harper at second. Perez
then doubled off the center field
wall for his fourth hit in the game
Mantle Hits
NumberN500
NEW YORK-Mickey Mantle
connected for a milestone 500th.
home run in the Yankee's second
game of a doubleheader against
Baltimore yesterday, making him
only the sixth big leaguer ever to
have hit more than 500 homers.
The homer, off reliever Stu Mil-
ler, sailed into the right field
stands, giving the Yankees a 6-4
lead, but it proved to be the mar-
gin of victory as the Orioles scored
only one more, on a error in the
eighth-Mantle's.
"I was so nervous from the
ovation the fans had given me I
didn't know what I was doing,"
Mantle said to explain the miscue.-
Mantle joins the Babe Ruth,
Willie Mays, Jimmy Fox, Ted
Williams and Mel Ott .in the over
500 club.

in their
games,

final two conference

as Rose raced home with the win-
ning run.
The victory halted Pittsburgh's
three-game winning string and
moved National League-leading
Cincinnati three games ahead of
the second-place Pirates.
Ernie Banks' three-run homer
and two-run shots by Lee Thomas
and Billy Williams powered the
Chicago Cubs to a 9-3 victory over
San Francisco.
The victory was the seventh in
eight games for the Cubs while the
Giants had a four-game win
streak snapped.
The Cubs loaded the bases with
none out in the ninth and Ron
Santo's sacrifice fly off Giant re-
liever Frank Linzy drove in one
run. Banks' shot, his sixth of the
season, then went over the left-
field wall.
Thomas hit his home run in the
Cubs' three-run sixth inning off
starter Ron Herbel. Williams, who
also collected three singles, belted
his third homer off reliever Lindy
McDaniel in the seventh.
Bert Campanris triggered two
early scoring rallies with singles,
leading the Kansas City Athletics
past California 5-2 last night for
their fourth straight victory.
The A's staked right-hander
John "Blue Moon" Odom to a
5-1 lead in the first four innings,
but he needed relief help from
rookie Tony Pierce in the seventh
after yielding seven hits, includ-
ing Don Mincher's sixth homer.
The Angels, who have lost five
in a row, touched Odom for a run
in the first inning on Jose Carde-
nal's double and two ground outs.
Mincher homered over the right
field screen in the sixth.

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Big Ten Standings

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MINNESOTA AB R H
Sadek c 30 0
Fenwick ss 3 1 0
Zacholb 3 0 0
Reierson if 2 2 2
Stanek rf 2 0 0
Wasick cf 2 1 2
Kendall 3b 3 0 1
House 2b 2 0 0
McNair p 1 0 0
Youngquist p 0 0 0
Gronseth ph 1 0 0
Weber p 0 0 0
Farni ph 1 0 0
Wickman p 0 0 0
Totals 23 4 S
MINNESOTA 010 201 0-4
MICHIGAN 000 400 1-5
E-Fisher. RBI-Wasick 2, Spicer,
Nelson 2, Forsythe 2. DP-Minneso-
ta.
PITCHING SUMMARY
IP H RERBB SO
McNair 31x3 5 4 4 1 2
Youngquist ; 1 0 0 0 0
Weber 2 0 0 0 0 1
Wickman (L, 8-2) 1 4 1 1 0 1
Guidi 4 3 3 3 2 1
Lyijynen (W, 6-2) 3 2 1 0 2 2

4.

Ohio State
Minnesota
MICHIGAN
Wisconsin
Iowa
MSU
Purdue
Indiana
Illinois
Northwestern

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10
9
8
8
7
8
5
3
3

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4
4
4
5
6
8
7
9
9
10

Pct.
.714
.692
.667
.615
.538
.500
.417
.357
.250
.231

GB
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3
4
5
6
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Major League Standings

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Chicago
Detroit
Kansas City
Boston
New York
Cleveland
Washington
Minnesota
Baltimore
California,

LEAGUE
W L Pet.
18 7 .720
17 9 .654
14 14 .500
13 14 .481
12 13 .480
12 13 .480
12 15 .444
11 15 .423
11 15 A23
13 18 .419

GB
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5%
6
6
6
7
714
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NATONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Cincinnati 22 10 .687 -
Pittsburgh 19 10 .635 3
Chicago 16 11 .593 3!/
St. Louis 15 11 .577 4
Atlanta 14 14 .500 6
San Francisco 14 15 .583 7
Philadelphia 13 14 .481 6/
New York 10 15 .400 8!/
x-Los Angeles 10 17 .390 91/
x-Houston 8 21 .276 12~
x--Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 9, San Francisco 3
Cincinnati 8, Pittsburgh 7 (10 inn)
New York at Atlanta (rain)
Houston 2, Los Angeles 1 (5th)
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (n)
Philadelphia at St. Louis (n)
Houston at Los Angeles (n)
New York at Atlanta (n)
Chicago at San Francisco (n)

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Kansas City 5, California 2
Detroit at Washington (rain)
Baltimore at Boston (rain)
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
California at Kansas City (n)
Minnesota at Chicago (n)
Detroit at Washington (n)
Cleveland at New York (n)
Baltimore at Boston (n)

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