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FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1965
Wolverine Nine Face.
Hawke yes, Gophers
Tennis Team Meets Wildcats, Badgers
Six of one, half a dozen of
Wolverine diamondmen hope not
as they near the half-way point
of the season smack on top of
the Big Ten with a perfect 6-0
The Wolverines saw a 10-game
winning streak snapped Tuesday
By The Associated Press
Larry Jackson drove in three
runs with three hits, including . a
homer, and pitched the Chicago
Cubs to a 5-3 victory over the
Pittsburgh Pirates yesterday.
Jackson, who won 24 games last
year, gave up a pair of homers to
Willie Stargell and needed ninth
inning help from Ted Abernathy
in recording his second victory of
" In the only other National
League game scheduled, home
runs by Derrell Griffith and Ron
Fairly paced the Los Angeles
Dodgers to a 4-3 victory over the
Cincinnati Reds. Frank Robinson
homered for the Reds.
Robin Roberts pitched his
fourth straight complete game
victory and won the 275th game
of his career as the Baltimore
Orioles downed Minnesota 5-1.
Roberts permittedvjust four hits
but lost his chance for a 43rd
career shutout when the Twins'
Harmon Killebrew socked his sec-
ond home run of the season in
the fourth inning.
The New York Yankees' night.
game at Cleveland was postponed
Kansas City met the Angels in
another night game at Los An-
by nonconference rival Western
Michigan, 8-2. They need to re-
sume their winning ways today
and tomorrow, however, to stay in
front in the Big Ten race.
Michigan meets conference foe
Minnesota this afternoon at 3:30
down on Ferry Field, and tomor-
row will play a doubleheader at
home with Iowa. Bob Reed, who
took the loss to Western Tuesday,
will get the call in today's game,
with Clyde Barnhart and Bill Zepp
the likely starters Saturday.
Minnesota, defending Big Ten
champion, is expected to start Joe
Pollack, last year's leading Big
Ten hurler with a 5-0 record and
a 1.50 earned-run average. The
Gophers are viewed as a chief
contender for the title again this
year. However, Iowa defeated them
in two out of three games last
weekend and, with only two loss-
es, the Hawkeyes cannot be ruled
out of the running themselves.
Once - defeated Ohio State,
Michigan's closest rival to date,
plays Purdue at home today and
Illinois at home tomorrow, while
Michigan State, another highly
rated squad, faces Michigan's
weekend foes in reverse order. The
Spartans will be home to meet
Iowa in a single game today and
Minnesota in a doubleheader Sat-
The Wolverines leading hitter,
centerfielder Dick Schryer, is ex-
pected to be back in action today
after missing the Western Michi..
gan game and part of the Notre
Dame game with a sore arm. His
bat played a big role in Michi-
gan's 10-game winning streak.
The streak began as it ended,
with the Broncos as the -rival and
8-2 as the score. Only that time
Then came three straight Big
Ten victories, 8-5 over Wisconsin
and 4-3 and 2-1 over Northwest-
ern. A pair of nonconference wins
over Eastern Michigan, 11-0, and
Notre Dame, 6-5, followed, and
then three more Big Ten triumphs
-over Purdue, 10-6, and Illinois,
5-1 and 2-0. A 5-4 defeat of Notre
Dame rounds out the string.
MONTREAL (P)-The MontrealI
Canadiens, Chicago Black HawksI
and Detroit Red Wings placed two
men each on the National Hockey<
League's All-Star team announced1
Defenseman Jacques Laperriere
and right wing Claude Provost
were chosen from the Stanley Cup1
champion Canadiens. Defenseman
Pierre Pilote and left wing Bobby
Hull were the Black Hawks named
and rookie goalie Roger CrozierI
and center Norm Ullman were
picked from Detroit.z
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FORT WORTH (R) - George
Knudson rode lady luck and a
Temperamental putter to a two-
under-par 68 yesterday for the
first round lead in the Colonial
national invitation golf tourna-
Among the 69 shooters was Ben
Hogan, who muffed an opportun-
ity for a share of the lead by
three-putting the final green.
Bracketed with Hogan were
Johnny Pott, Gene Littler, Mike
Souchak and Tommy Bolt.
-Daily-Thomas R. Copi
IT'S 'BATTER UP' AS MICHIGAN'S league-leading diamondmen
go after their seventh straight Big Ten win against Minnesota to-
day at Ferry Field. Game time is 3:30.
BRADLEY FIRST PICK:
Iuntin, Pomey Chosen
In NBA Player Draft
May might must mat
No, it's not an exercise
jugation or tongue-twist
one way of describing wh
verine netmen must try1
win the Big Ten tenniscro
"April love" refers not
Boone but to Michigans'
sive conference play last
The Wolverines defeated
sota, Purdue and Iowa,
each time by a 9-0 score.
But now it's May, and1
men receive a severe te
and tomorrow as they jo
Evanston, Ill., to meet tw
Thief contenders for the]
title this year, Northwest
The championship will
cided on the basis of co
dual meet match results
league's championship tou
May 20-22 in Bloomington
Thus Michigan curren
the conference with 27 po
point for each match itr
Each team plays a dual
nine matches with eve
team in the league; a per
meet record would be 81-0
At the end of the seas
team carries its match p
tal into the conference tourna- day's meet with Notre Dame were
ment. Points earned by individual incorrectly reported in Wednes-
performances for each team are day's Daily. The following are the
added to the dual meet total to complete, accurate results of the
determine the Big Ten champion. meet.)
to do to Last Season Kr erc SINGLES
Karl Hedrick (M) def. Bill Brown.
Last season Michigan was sec- 7-5, 6-2; Pedro Rossello (ND) def.
t to Pat ond to Indiana, 69 points to 48, Jim Swift, 6-4, 6-3: Paul Katthain
impres- with Northwestern third with 43 (ND) def. Brian Flood, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4;
month. points. The Hoosiers, along with
Minne- the Wolverines, Wildcats and
winning Badgers, are rated to be in the
race this year all the way.
the net- Tuesday's nonconference victory
st today over Notre Dame was encouraging
urney to because the Irish had previously
o of the beaten Northwestern and lost nar-
Big Ten rowly to Indiana. Coach Bill Mur-
tern and phy had not put too much weight NEW BOOKS
on the Wolverines first three con-
s ference victories, saying that he
be de- expects the Wildcats will likewise
)mbining have little trouble with the Goph-
and in- ers, Boilermakers and Hawkeyes.
in the (Some of the results of Tues-
John Fraser (M) def. Jim Goetz, 6-
1, 6-2; George Russell (M) def.
Vince Chinn, 2-6, 6-3, 6-3; Jerry
Stewart (M) def. Ruben Carriedo,
Iledrick-Stewart4 def. Rossello-
Katthain, 6-4. 6-4; Fraser-Russell.
(M) def. Brown-Vosburg, 9-11, 6-3,
6-2; Goetz-Chinn (ND) def. Flood-
Swift, 10-8, 3-6, 6-3.
By The Associated Press
Buntin, holder of Mich-
all-time career scoring
was the first-round choice
Detroit Pistons in the Na-
up with the first two choices in
the regular first round, under a
new NBA draft rule, and named
two All-Americas-Fred Hetzel of
Davidson and Rick Barry from
Miami of Florida, the national
Defensive specialist G e o r g e
Pomey was also selected by an Other first-round picks were
NBA team, The 6'4" guard from Dave Stallworth of Wichita, by
Elk Grove, Ill., went to the St. New York; Jerry Sloan of Evans-
Louis Hawks in a special supple- ville, by Baltimore; Bill Cunning-
mentary round several hours af- ham of North Carolina, by Phil-
ter the regular draft. adelphia; Jim Washington of Vil-
While at Michigan, Buntin lanova, by St. Louis; Nate Bow-
broke four records, all previously man of Wichita, by Cincinnati;
belonging to John Tidwell. In ad- and Ollie Johnson of the Univer-
dition to his career scoring record sity of San Francisco, by Boston.
of 1,739 points, the 6'7" center Indiana's 6'5" Van Arsdale
from Detroit set Wolverine records twins went one after the other in
for single season scoring, single the second round, Dick to New
Big Ten season scoring and Big York and Tom to Detroit. San
Ten career scoring. Francisco opened the round by
He came in seventh place in the taking Wilbert Frazier of Gram-
Big Ten scoring race this year, bling.
and, along wth Cazzie Russell, was Also named in the second
chosen the Wolverines' most val- round were Tal Brody of Illinois,
uable player. Baltimore Bullets; Jesse Branson
Bradley Chosen of Elon, N.C., Philadelphia 76ers'
Another Bill, Bradley from Hal Blevens of Arkansas A&M,
Princeton, was the first choice in to New York from St. Louis on a
the NBA draft even though there previous trade; Flynn Robinson
is virtually no chance he wi=; of Wyoming, Cincinnati Royals;
ever play as a professional. J o h n Fairchild of Brigham
The 6'5" Rhodes scholar was Young, Los Angeles; and Ronnie
chosen as a territorial selection by Watts of Wake Forest, Boston
the New York Knicks, who said Celtics.
there "is no ceiling in what we
are prepared to pay him."
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a-Late game not included.
New York at Cleveland (ppd)
Baltimore 5, Minnesota 1
Kansas City at Los Angeles (Inc)
Only games scheduled
New York at Washington (2, t-n).
Cleveland at Boston (n)
Kansas City at Los Angeles (2, t-n)
Chcago at Minnesota (n)
Detroit at Baltimore (n)
However, Bradley has stated re-
peatedly he will not turn pro. He
plans to attend Oxford the next
two years, then study law. The
Knicks hope the collegiate Player
of the Year will change his mind,
perhaps after two years in Eng-
Gail Goodrich, the All-America
backcourt man who sparked
UCLA to the national title, also
was a territorial choice. The 6'1"
170-pounder was taken by the
Los Angeles Lakers.
None of the other clubs in the
nine-team league exercised terri-
torial rights, which count as first-
round picks but are given pre-
cedence over the actual opening
round of selections.
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