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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1965

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WSU BREAKS GROUND FOR NEW SPORTS BUILDING

THURSDAY, JIThJE 17, 1965

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This is an artist's conception
of Wayne State's new physical
education and recreation build-
ing. Ground-breaking for the
$2.2 million structure took place
Tuesday, with University Regent
Frederick C. Matthaei, in whose
honor the building will be nam-
ed, on hand for the ceremony.
The building is expected to be
open for occupancy by the win-
ter quarter, 1966. It will con-
tain three gymnasiums-the
biggest holding 3000 people--
and two swimming pools. It was
named after Matthaei, a life-
long sports enthusiast, as a
tribute to his efforts to bring
the Olympic Games to Detroit.

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two, come to 1352 Wilmot, 5-6:30. F47
WON'T THE HECK what?
-Bob Moore F5
BE IT KNOWN that Vic Ptasznik now
has his name in the personal column.
After all, since I'm his girlfriend . i .
F4
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for Judy. F13

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TRACK, GOLF MEETS COMING UP:

College Stars

Track
BERKELEY, Calif. (P) - Six
track and field stars who eaptured
titles in 1964 seek to defend their
crowns this weekend in a Na-
tional Collegiate Athletic Asso-
ciation meet which shapes up as
tough individually and collectively.
Bank seeking new laurels are
hammer thrower Alex Schulten of
Bowdoin, pole vaulter John Uelses
of LaSalle, Ore., , Oregon State
miler Morgan Groth, St. John's
half miler Tom Farrell and discus
champion Larry Kennedy of New
Mexico.
California's mile relay team won
last year and ranks among the
favorites this time as the Bears
bid farewell to Brutus Hamilton,
their track coach for 33 years who
has reached the mandatory re-
tirement age..
Out with Injury
Oregon captured the team
championship a year ago but with

distance ace Ken Moore out with
a foot injury, the Ducks aren't
figured in the top' category this
time as the collegians compete
at California's Edwards Stadium.
The team race could be the
closest in years and withthe win-
ner getting only about 40 points,
Maryland, Villanova, Kansas, Ore-
gon State, New Mexico, Brigham
Young, Stanford, California, and
Southern California are all men-
tioned; as possible title winners.
No one of the 1964 champions
rules as a clear cut favorite.
Schulten was defeated last
weekend in the College Division
NCAA meet by Wayne Pangburn
of Bates.
Competition
Uelses faces five other 16-foot
vaulters and Kennedy will meet
four men who have thrown the
discus farther than he has this
year.
Groth is a two-time NCAA
champion with an all-time best of
3:57.9 in the mile. However, the

To Face
senior's rivals include the new
collegiate record holder, Bob Day
of UCLA at 3:56.4 and also Mis-
souri's Big Eight champion, Rob-
in Lingle, 4:00.3.
Farrell goes against Oklahoma
State's Dave Perry. Oregon's soph-
omore Wayne Bell and perhaps
Groth if Coach Sam Bell decides
to have his ace seek a double.
Relay
California's relay team has run
a 3:08.7 this year but Abilene
Christian has 3:08.5, Iowa and
Drake each 3:08.7.
The mile is the only champion,
ship to be decided on the open-
ing day. The broad jump, 100,
120 high hurdles and steeplechase
finals will be on Friday with all
other finals in the 20-event /pro-
gram slated Saturday.
Golf
COLUMBUS, Ohio 0P) - Take it
from the chairman in charge, this
year's NCAA Golf Championships
scheduled June 21-25 at Holston
Hills Country Club, Knoxville,
Tenn., will boast the most select
teams in the history of the tour-
nament.
Bob Kepler of Ohio State Uni-
versity, the 1965 chairman, said
this will come about because
screening committees from each
of the NCAA districts selected Ihe
teams for the first time this year.

title six of the last eight years,
among the top favored.
Others- given a good chance to
take the team title include Okla-
homa State, which won in 1963
and has a strong team this year;
Purdue, the Big Ten champion,
and San Jose State - a strong
team with defending individual
champion Terry Small as the No.
1 man.
Other contenders entered are
those of Georgia, Florida, Flori-
da State and Southern California.
Attention
Getting the most attention as a
possible individual champion is
Randy Petri of Houston. Petri won

Tough NCAA'Is

the Tucker, Les Bolstad, Fl Dora-
do and Border Olympis intercol-
legiate championships this year
and was a semifinalist in last
year's Trans-Mississippi.
Some of the other top notchers
besides Petri and Small expected
to be in the competition for the
individual title are Vinny Giles
of Georgia, Jay Sigel of Louisiana
State, Bert Green of Tennessee,
Denny Lyons of, Florida State,
Bill Newton of Michigan.
And David Bumlia of Minneso-
ta, Bob Dickson of Oklahoma
State, George Boutell of Arizona
State and Jim Wiechers of Santa
Clara.

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to campus.
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June 15, 1965.
I will not look.
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FOSS SUPPORTS SPECULATION:

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Philadelphia May Be Site
Of 10th AFL Franchise

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STILL IN QUARTER-FINALS:
UCLA Clinches National
Collegiate Tennis Crown

NEW YORK (/P)-Philadelphia,
a National Football League strong-
hold for many years, appears
headed for a franchise in they
American Football League as well.
AFL Commissioner Joe Foss
gave strong support to this prem-
ise yesterday by revealing that the
league's expansion committee will
begin screening applicants for the
Philadelphia franchise next Mon-

the Eagles of the NFL have been
unable to get a lease from the city
giving them exclusive occupancy
of the new arena for pro football.
Foss said that five substantial
groups are bidding for the Phila-
delphia franchise and that the
AFL franchise committee has
been in contact with all five
groups.

LOS ANGELES (A) - UCLA
clinched the National Collegiate
Athletic Association tennis team
championship Wednesday as its
four singles players and two,
doubles teams scored victories.
Major Leagu
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Minnesota.
Chicago
B41tiore
Cleveland
Detroit
Los Angeles
New York
Boston
Washington
Kansas City

W
35
35
33
31
31
31
26
24
25
16

L
22
22
25
24
25
32
32
33
36
37

Pet.
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.564
.554
.492
.448
.421
.410
.302

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3
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10
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Top seeded Arthur Ashe, the
nation's third-ranked amateur,
led the way by dominating Mis-
sissippi State's Bob Brien 6-0, 6-1.
Ashe and Ian Crookenden then
combined in the doubles for a 6-,
3, 6-4 victory over California's
George Fareed and Ron Batchel-
der.
In the singles Crookenden sur-
vived five match points to beat
Doug Sykes of California 5-7, 6-
4, 10-8.,
Dave Sanderlin of UCLA topped
Rodney Kop, San Jose State, 7-5,
3-6, 6-2, and Dave Reed downed
California's Gene Cantin 6-0, 6-3
to give the Bruins a quartet in
today's quarterfinals.
Sanderlin and Reed scored an
easy 6-1, 6-2 win over California's
Sykes and Cantin to clinch team
honors.
The Bruis have 22 points to
12 for California and Trinity, 11
for Stanford and Miami and 10
for Southern California.
Miami's second-seeded Mike
Belkin advanced in the singles by
beating Jin Geste, Stanford. 6-0,
6-3.
Michigan's Big Ten tennis
champions lost their last compe-
titors Wednesday when Karl Hed-
rick and Brian Flood lost by iden-
tical 6-0, 6-2 scores and the
doubles team of Hedrick and Jerry
Stewart bowed out 6-4, 6-3. All
lost in the third round, Hedrick
to second-seeded Belkin.

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.day
Kepler said 33 teams have en-d a LJ
terd log it 40inivduls The AFL voted June 7 to ex-I Pasarell Cops
tered along with1 40 individuals ndrmeghtontasfr d e
representing 73 schools. The team pand from eight to 10 teams fo- p
championship will be decided over the 1966 season end two days la- Iwo.1U
36 holes,sand then the low 60 ter awarded a franchise for Atlan- lV NI t W mfl
and :ties play 36 additional holes ta to the Cox Broadcasting Corp.
for the individual championships. of that city. The cost of the fran- LONDON (P)-Charles Pasarell,
Hotly-Contested chise was $7.5 million. a young Puerto Rican who hopes
The team championship should In Line to make a big impression on the
be a hotly-contested affair, KepPhiladelphia was rumored then United States Davis Cup selectors,
ler said, with the University of to be in line for the second new took a long step in the right direc-
Houston, which has won the team franchise but Foss said the league tion yesterday when he scored two
needed more time to inspect and big upsets in the London Tennis
decide which city would get the Championships at the Queen's
thrclub. Club.
AAU Holds Out otherclbCu.
"It is our hope to add two teams Pasarell turned back Eugene
for 1966 and two more in the next Scott of St. James, N.Y., No. 5
Olve Branch couple of years, probably by in the U.S. rankings, 6-4, 9-7, in
1968," he said then. "We are look- the third round. Then he outlast-
DENVER (A) - Clifford Buck, ing for the big cities, those that ed veteran Ham Richardson in a
president of the National AAUJ can take two teams but where marathon fourth round match,
said yesterday the NCAA has been only one team now exists." 6-3, 12-14, 6-4.
invited to name three represen- He included in this category The double victory sent Parasell
tatives to the committee for the ia, icago, os nge- into the quarter-finals along with
AAU Track and Field Champion- les, San Francisco, Cleveland and Dennis Ralston of Bakersfield,
ships at San Diego June 26-27. Detroit. Calif., the No. 1 American player.;

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 9, Boston 4
Uhicago 3, Minnesota 1
Cleveland 5 Washington 0
Los Angeles 7-5, Kansas City 1-4
Baltimore 5, New York 1
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Los Angeles 39 23 .629 -
Milwaukee 32 23 .582 3Y2
Cincinnati 33 26 .559 4j
San Francisco 32 27 .542 5/
Pittsburgh 31 28 .525 6%
Philadelphia 29 29 .500 8
St. Louis 28 32 .467 10
Chicago 26 33 .441 11 /,
Houston 27 36 .429 12%
New York 21 41 .339 18
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 6, Milwaukee 2
Cincinnati 8, New York 4
Pittsburgh 10, St. Louis 9
Houston 3, Chicago 2 (13 inn)
Los Angeles 2, San Francisco l

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Buck said he sent the tele-
graph invitation to E v e r e t t
Barnes, president of the NCAA
which has been feuding with the
AAU over sanctioning of U.S. track
and field meets.
Buck said his telegram to
Barnes said:
"Especially because of the in-
ternational aspects of this com-
petition, we welcome your parti-
cipation in conducting this com-
petition and in selecting the Unit-
ed States team from contestants
in this meet."
The AAU head referred to the
fact that American athletes to
compete against the Russian team
in Moscow July 31 will be chosen
after the San Diego tests.

Present Teams
The five-year-old AFL now is
made up of the following teams:
New York, Boston, Buffalo, Kan-
sas City, Denver, Houston, Oak-
land and San Diego.
A new stadium is in the works
for Philadelphia and the owners of

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U5
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U8
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If you are neat appearing and a hard worker coll Mr. Jones at 761-
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Friday. No other times.
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U43
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