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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Cmejrek's Ho mer in

11th Beats Gophers, 1-0

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Anyone care to bet that Michi-
gan won't win its next close game
in the thirteenth inning-and that
Carl Cmejrek won't somehow
bring in the winning run?
The odds aren't that bad, con-
sidering Cmejrek's recent feats.
The 19-year-old Flint sophomore
hit a home run in the bottom of
the eleventh yesterday to bring in
the only run of the game' as Mich-
igan blanked Minnesota, 1-0.
Last Tuesday he walked with
the bases loaded in the bottom of
the ninth to force in the winning
run in a 5-4 victory over Notre
Dame. And on April 24 he tripled
in the last of the seventh and
final inning in the second game
of a doubleheader against North-
western to again drive home the
margin of victory.
Moundsmanship
The game yesterday wasn't all
Cmejrek, however. For better than
10 innings it was a pitchers' duel,
with the Wolverines' Bob Reed
and the Gophers' Joe Pollack
matching goose egg for goose egg.
Pollack gave up only two hits
until Cmejrek's blow, a single to

ing up nine hits but issuing only
two walks while striking out 14.
The victory gives Reed a 3-0 Big
Ten record, and he has gone the
distance every game.
Lose Opportunities
Both teams had opportunities
to score earlier in the game, but
double plays broke most of them
up. Bob Gilhooley walked to lead
off in the bottom of the first, but
Ted Sizemore hit into a double
play. It turned out to be a very
fortunate break for the Gophers,
because Schryer and Cmejrek both
followed with walks before Earl
Meyers was retired to end the
inning.
Minnesota had an opportunity
to score in the seventh when Fred
DeGregoire doubled with one out,
but Reed struck out the next two
batters to get out of trouble.
Late Rallies
Both teams threatened in the
ninth. Dave Hoffman singled for
the Gophers but was retired on
a double play when Jerry Cawley
struck out and Sizemore's bullet
throw to first picked Hoffman off.
Denny Zacho then singled and

flew out and Meyers grounded out,
but then Chan Simonds and Di-
Nunzie walked to load the bases
before Les Tanona, pinch hitting
for Rick Sygar, struck out.
Fielding Shines
The Wolverines played an excel-
lent game in the field, making
three double plays and twice pick-
ing a Gopher runner off first.
They also made some nice plays
on well hit balls in the last three
innings when Reed appeared to be
tiring.
Jerry Fuchs played a stand-out
game for the Gophers at third
base. He had 10 chances, including
several tough ones, before he made
the game's only error on an easy
toss.
The win keeps Michigan on top
of the Big Ten with a 7-0 record.
Iowa, a 4-3 loser to Michigan
State yesterday, is in Ann Arbor
today for a doubleheader begin-
ning at 1:30. Clyde Barnhart and
Bill Zepp are expected to get the
starting nod for the Wolverines.

Pitchers' Duel

MINNESOTA
Schneider, ss
Hoffman, rf
Cawley, c
Zacho, lb
DeGregoire, If
Pollock, p
Fuchs, 3b
Clark, cf
McCullough, 2b
Totals
MICHIGAN
Gilhooley, ss
Sizemore, c
Schryer, cf
Cmejrek, rf
Meyers, If
Simonds, lb
DiNunzio, 3b-2b
Sygar, 2b
a-Tanona
Skaff, 3b
Reed
Totals

AB R H RBI
5 0 2 0
5 0 1 0
5 0 1 0
2 0 1 0
4 0 1 0
4 01 0
4 0 0 0
38 0 9 0
AB R H RBI
3 0 0 0
4 0 0 0
4010
4 0 0 0
3 0 0 0
AB R0H1RB
30 0 0
1 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
4 0 0 0
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CARL CMEJREK

BOB REED

Dan Dinunzio in the second and
a double to Dick Schryer in the
ninth. He walked six and struck
out seven.
Reed was almost as sharp, giv-

Reed walked DeGregoire before
Pollack struck out to end the
threat.
Schryer lead off the bottom of
the inning with a double. Cmejrek

Big Ten Standings

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a-Struck out for Sygar in 9th.
MINNESOTA 000 000 000 00-0 9 1
MICHIGAN 000 000 000 01-1 3 0
E-Fuchs. LOB - Minnesota 7,
Michigan 8. 2B-DeGregoire, Schry-
er. HR-Cmejrek. S-Sizemore.
PITCHING SUMMARIES
IP H R ER BBSO
Pollack (L, 1-2) 1013 3 1 1 6 7
Reed (W, 3-0) 11 9 0 0 2 14

TWO WEEKS TO GO:
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Purdue
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The Wolverine golfers travel to
East Lansing today to face four
Big Ten teams as well as inde-
pendent Notre Dame in prepara-
tion for the conference meet May
21 and 22.
Besides the hosting Spartans and
the Irish, squads from Ohio State,
Purdue, and Indiana will be in
the competition. Michigan's Coach
Bert Katzenmeyer predicts that
the meet will be a real battle, with
the Big Ten Championships to bej
just as hard fought.
"It's going to be a real dog-
fight," says Katzenmeyer. "I don't
know of any other year when the
Big Ten has had the strength
that the top four teams have
this season."
Regarding today's meet, the
coach commented, "There are four
teams we know are very good." He
referred to OSU, Purdue, Indiana,
and his own boys. Michigan saw
the three conference foes play ear-
lier this season in the Miami In-
vitational and in the Southern
Invitational Tournament. Katzen-
meyer felt that the strength of the
nation was concentrated at the
BULLETIN!
EVANSTON-Michigan's net-
ters received their first setback
of the Big Ten season here last
night as the Northwestern
Wildcats defeated them 6-3.
The Wolverines are now in
third place in the conference
standings with a 3-1 mark,
trailing Indiana and Northwest-
ern.
southern meets. The Wolverines
placed in a tie for tenth at the
SIT.
The six-team affair today will
be a 36-hole stroke-play tourna-
ment. Katzenmeyer will be taking
Captain Pete Passink, Frosty Eva-
shevski, Bob Barkley, Jim Ev-
ashevski, Bill Newton, and either
Marc Yahn or Chuck West.
Looking ahead to the conference
meet which will be played on the
Boilermakers' links, Katzenmeyer
said, "We have to concede some
edge to Purdue because it's in
their backyard."

By JIM LaSOVAGE anchor leg behind Hoey, Cecil
Michigan's cindermen challenge Norde, and Gerometta. Another
Penn State today in an attempt high point was Dorie Reid's time
to stage a repeat performance of of :09.9 in the 100-yard dash.
the 92-49 drubbing thev a thA

itar Lons uingtheinaveor Indoor Win
Nittany Lions during the indoor Last winter the Wolverines had
season. no trouble in disposing of the
With no more booking, the Nittany Lions, as they took firsts
track team has been able to hold in 10 of the 15 events, sweeping
regular practices and keep a three. Judging from the improve-
steady rate of conditioning. For ment over the winter season,
this reason, seveial records may Michigan is a heavy favorite to
be in jeopardy at the meet in bring home the bacon again.
University Park, Penn. i Sprinter Carl Ward has recover-
Junior pole vaulter George Can- ed from a minor leg injury and
amare will be shooting at his own will be performing today, bringing
varsity record of 15'5", which he the team to full strength. Coach
set at the Ohio Relays last April Don Canham expects the squad to
17, reach a peak for the Big Ten
Outdoor Championships to be held
Relay Record at Iowa City, May 21 and 22. A
At that same meet, a mile relay meet at Bloomington against In-
team composed of Marion Hoey, diana next weekend will bring the
Dan Hughes, Bob Gerometta, and dual meet season to a close.
Captain Kent Bernard lowered the

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For Club Play
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Tennis........... $7
Badminton .......$6

Major League
Standings

NATIONAL LEAGU
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x-Los Angeles
Houston
Cincinnati
Milwaukee
Chicago
St. Louis
x-San Francisco
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
New York

14 6 .700
13 9 .591
12 9 .571
9 8 .529
10 10 .500
10 10 .500
10 11 .476
9 11 .450
8 14 .364
7 14 .333

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varsity record to 3:12.5.
The benefits of regular practice
can be seen in last week's victory
over the Chicago Track Club. Dur-
ing the winter season, the Chica-
goans handed the Wolverines a
67-64 setback, but the Wolverines
retaliated with an 89-37 pasting
outdoors on May 1.
In the victory, Michigan col-
lected 11 firsts in the 15 event's,
with the mile relay team high-
lighting the meet with a 3:13.9
clocking. Bernard turned in a :46.8

COLLEGE BASEBALL
Michigan 1, Minnesota 0
Michigan State 4, Iowa 3
Wisconsin 20, Northwestern 7
Central Michigan 7, Illinois State 4
Indiana 9, Illinois 6
COLLEGE TENNIS
Northwestern 6, Michigan 3
Michigan State 9, Ohio State 0

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Houston 5, Chicago 4
Milwaukee at New York (ppd)
St. Louis 2, Philadelphia 0
Pittsburgh 5, Cincinnati 4
Los Angeles at San Francisco (inc)

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Chicago 14 5 .737 -
x-Los Angeles 13 8 .619 2
Minnesota 11 7 .611 2 f
Cleveland 9 7 .563 3.
Baltimore 10 9 .526 4
Detroit 9 9 .500 41,
Boston 7 10 .412 6
Washington 9 13 .409 6f
New York 8 12 .400 6Y!>
x-Kansas City 4 14 .222 91j
x-Late ganme not included.
YESTERDJAY'S RESULTS
Washington 4-7, New York 3-3
Cleveland 5, Boston 1
Chicago 13, Minnesota 5
Detroit at Boston (ppd)
Los Angeles 5, Kansas City 4 (2nd
game, inc)

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