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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAYMAY 20, 1967

ISU Beaten, 5-4

'M' Earns 5 Singles Finalists;
Dell Loses in Upset 8-6, 6-2

(Continued from Page 1)
teams for their respective schools
(Sygar for Bump Elliott's Wol-
verine winner in 1963 and Kenney
for Duffy Daugherty's Spartan
loser in 1964) and both were
kickers.
Sygar set a Big Ten record for
consecutive extra-points last year
(24) while Kenney was instru-
mental in the Michigan State-
Notre Dame "game of the decade"
tie last season.
Kenney, a curve and fast ball
artist, mixed brilliance with fu-
tility in absorbing the loss. He
began the game by striking out
the first four Michigan men he
faced but reversed himself in the
third, giving up hits to four outj
of the first five men he faced.
Michigan took a 1-0 lead in the
second inning when, after two
were out, Kenney gave up con-
secutive walks to centerfielder
Andy Fisher and catcher Doug
Nelson. Wolverine shortstop Bud
Forsythe followed with a sharp
single to right, scoring Fisher.
Zahn then singled to right
loading the bases but the rally
was cut short when Glenn Red-
man popped to first.

In the Michigan third, consecu-
tive singles by Sygar, Tanona and
Keith Spicer folowed by a Fisher
base hit produced two more runs.
Zahn led off the bottom of the
Michigan eighth and received a
standing ovation from a very par-
tisan Michigan crowd. He had
allowed the Spartans only one run
for eight innings and responded
to the applause by blasting his
375-foot home run. This made
Michigan's lead 5-1 going into the
ninth.
But the Spartans were not dead.
Zahn suffered an attack of wild-
ness in walking two men, giving
up a double to pinch hitter Bill
Linney on a hanging curve, and
found himself with a 5-3 lead to
protect and none out.
One run later with the potential
winning run at the plate, Zahn
bore down and made State clean-'
up; hitter Tom Walters ground
out to short to end the game.
Mich. St. 001 000 003-4 7 3
Michigan 012 001 01x-5 12 2
Kenney, Kendrick; Zahn,Net-
son; Ai-Zahn (9'-2).L-Ken-
ney.
Home run-Zahn.

(Continued from Page 1)
fought his way into the number
two singles finals by eliminating
Dave Holdern (Ill.), 6-0, 7-5, and
Buck Zimmerman (Minn.), 6-2,
6-1. Marcus faces Indiana's Mike
Baer.
Pete Fishbach placed into the
number three singles finals with
a 6-1, 6-2 trouncing of Mike Nolan
(Ind.) and a 3-6, 6-1, 6-1 victory
over Mickey Szylagyi (MSU). He
faces Tom Mansfield of North-
western.
Michigan's Ron Teeguarden goes
against the Spartans' John Good,
after winning his spot with dual
victories over Dave Crook (NW)
and Ron Keith (Minn.).
Ed Waits easily dispatched Larry
Lucy (Pur.) and Ken Kendall

(NW) to earn his place at the nets
against Indiana's Mike Meis in
today's finals.
The Wolverines' Bob Pritula
faces a tough opponent in the
number six singles in Jim Phillips
of MSU.
Dell-Fishbach and Pritula-Waits
kept alive their chances in the
doubles sets, but the number two
Michigan doubles team of Marcus-
II

Teeguarden was eliminated in the
opening round of yesterday's play.
Dell-Fishbach face the number
one Iowa doubles team and the
winners play the victors of the
Indiana-MSU contest.
Pritula-Waits go against the
Northwestern number three dou-
bles, with the final featuring the
winner of the MSU-Wisconsin
game.

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Major League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
WV L Pet.
Chicago 20 8 .714
Detroit 19 10 .655
Kansas City 15 16 .484
Baltimore 14 16 .467
Boston 14 16 .467
New York 13 15 .464
Cleveland 13 15 .464
Washington 14 17 .452
x-Minnesota 12 16 .429
-California 14 19 .424
x-Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
'Chicago 9, Kansas City 1
Detroit 4, New York 2
Baltimore 11, Washington 5
Boston 3, Cleveland 2
California 0, Minnesoto 0 (2nd)
TODAY'S GAMES
Minnesota at California.
Chicago, at Kansas City
New York at Detroit
Baltimore at Washington
Cleveland at Boston

NATIONAL LEAGUE

GB
6% z
7
7
7
7
8
8/

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

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25
18
17
16
17
17
14
13
14
10

L
11
11
13
14
15
16
17
18
18
24

Pct.
.694
.621
.567
.533
.531
.515
.452
.419
.357
.294

GB
5
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(Continued from Page 1)
roeder trailed the leaders in fifth
place at 157, tying with Ohio
State's Gary Artz and behind
Michigan State's Larry Murphy.
The remainder of the Michigan
team did not fare so well. The
best the six linksmen could man-
age was a tie for 13th place by
Mark Christiansen, 78-84 - 162
and Ed Groves, 79-83-162. Bob
Richart followed closely with 77-
86-163.
From there the field stretched
out among the 66 entrants. The
Wolverines' Rod Sumpter carded
in with 78-87-165 and sophomore
Harry Englehart's 85-87 172
proved to be too low to register
in the team total at the end of
the day.
Lagging the rest of the field
were:
Illinois-821; Iowa-830; Min-I
nesota-830; Indiana-837; Wis -
consin-845; Northwestern-861.

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Cincinnati 6,Philadelphia 1
Atlanta 3, Pittsburgh 2
San Francisco 6, Houston 2
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at New York
Cincinnati at Philadelphia
Los Angeles at Chicago
Pittsburgh at Atlanta
San Francisca at Houston

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