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PA GE FO U R 1Z r3 i aN N l Y A

TUESDAY,

,MAY1

'M'Nine Splits with Iowa

Wolverine diamondmen lost
their first Big Ten game of the
season Saturday, but by doing so
they added a lot of spice to this
year's race for the conference.
championship.
Michigan split a doubleheader
with Iowa Saturday, winning the
first game 4-3 and dropping the
second 2-1, while second place
Ohio State and fourth place In-
diana also split their weekend bills.
Third place Michigan State be-
came a title contender with a
three-game sweep Friday and Sat-
urday, setting the stage for a key
home-and-home series between
the Spartans and Wolverines this
weekend. State will be going for
its second conference crown since
it entered the league in 1951, while
Michigan will be trying for its
first title since 1961.
Tough Schedule
The following weekend, Michi-

gan will battle Ohio State at Co-
lumbus on Friday and close. the
season with a doubleheader against'
Indiana at Bloomington Saturday.
Meanwhile, the Spartans will be
facing the Hoosiers and Buck-
eyes.
Luck has been a lady for the
Wolverines all season, and she
stayed true to form for 14 in-
nings yesterday. Combining time-
ly hitting with good breaks, Michi-
gan pulled out the first game
with a two-run rally in the eighth.
Trailing 3-2 with two outs, Carl
Cmejrek singled and Al Bara dou-
bled. A pair of singles by Chan
Simonds and Dan DiNunzio
brought both of them home be-
fore Jim McAdrew replaced Hawk-
eye starter Bob Gebhart and re-
tired Rick Sygar to end the rally.
Clyde Barnhart got credit for,
his third Big Ten victory withoutI
a loss, although Bob Reed came

on in the ninth to preserve the
win for Michigan.
Barnhart pitched five strong in-
nings after a shaky start. He gave
up a run in the first on a walk
and a double by Jerry Moses and
two tallies in the third on a walk,
i single and another double by
Moses. He then tossed no-hit ball
until the ninth.
Reed was brought in after Barn-
aart was touched for a lead-off
single, and, with one out, he gave
up another base hit. But with only
a sacrifice necessary to bring in
the tying run, the Michigan in-
field converted Larry McDowell's
ground ball into a game-ending
double play.
The second game began much
the same way. Michigan squeezed
out a run in the first on a walk
to Ted Sizemore, a single by Dick
Schyrer and a delayed double
steal, with Sizemore racing home
after Schyrer had drawn a throw
as he raced safely to second.
Those were the Wolverines only
two hits off Hawkeye starter Bob
Schauenberg in the first five in-
nings.

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Beats Penn State, 79-43

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Michigan cindermen outstrode
Penn State in the Wolverines'
second dual meet last Saturday,
reaching a 79-43 victory.
The third of Michigan's warm-
up meets will be next Saturday
with MSU. This will be the last
before the Big Ten Championship
Meet.
The Wolverines won 10 of 14

events
Captain
win of
dashes.
was the

last Saturday, paced by
. Kent Bernard's double
the 440- and 220-yard
Bernard's performance
e meet's only double win.

100-YARD DASH-1. Cooper (M);
2. Jarema (M); 3. Manneillo (PS).
Time-:10.1.
BROAD JUMP-1. Sweeney (M);
2. Watson (PS); 3. Henderson (M).
Distance-22'10'..".
120-YARD HIGH HURDLES - 1.
Henderson (M); 2. Woodton (M);
3. Shema (PS). Time-:15.1.
SHOT PUT - 1. Harvey (M); 2.
Hondru (PS); 3. Yearby (M). Dis-
tance-54'1".
800-YARD RUN-1. Hughes (M);
2. Bedick (PS); 3. Norde (M). Time
-1:51.5.
220-YARD DASH-1. Bernard (M);
2. Gerometta (M); 3. Cooper (M).
Time-:22.5.
330-YARD INTERMEDIATE HUR-
DLES-i. Woodton (M); 2. Shema
(PS); 3. Jarema (M). Time-:40.1.
TWO-MILE RUN-1. Reilly (PS); 2.
Morris (PE); 3. Benedict (M). Time
-9:10.7.
POLE VAULT-1. Burlin (PS); 2.
Canamare (M); 3. Danoff (PS).
Height-15'1%".
MILE RELAY - 1. MICHIGAN
(Hoey, Norde, Gerometta, Bernard);
2. Penn State. Time-3:17.5.

DISCUS-1. Lambert (M); 2. Don-
nelly (M); 3. Leuchtmann (M). Dis-
tance-160'10".
MILE RUN-i. Dedick (PS); 2.
Kely (M); 3. Lampman (PS). Time
-4:14.6.
440-YARD DASH-1. Bernard (M);
2. Gregg (PS); 3. Gerometta (M).
Time-:47.9.
HIGH JUMP-1. Watson (PS); 2.
Densham (M); 3. Hedmark (PS).
Height-6'1".

Iowa Strikes
Meanwhile, Iowa was doing
everything but running away with
the game as the Hawkeyes picked
up 7 hits, 6 walks and two Michi-
gan errors during the first six
nnings, but only scored twice.
A double play with the bases load-
ed and one out in the first and
two unsuccessful steal attempts
kent Iowa from doing worse n m d-

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Michigan netmen trounced Wis-
consin 8-1 Saturday to remain in
the thick of the race for the BigI
Ten tennis crown.I
Coming on the heels of a 6-31
loss to Northwestern, the victory'
leaves the Wolverines in third
place, trailing the Wildcats and
the Hoosiers.
Coach Bill Murphy's squad faces
fourth place Michigan State in
East Lansing today, and will meet
Illinois, Indiana and Ohio State
next weekend in the final matches
before the Western Conference
Meet May 20-22.
NORTHWESTERN MEET
SINGLES
Clark Grabner (NW) def. Karl
Hedrick, 6-2, 6-i; Tim Sheehan (M)
def. Jim Swift, 7-5, 8-6; Bill Rice
(NW) def. Brian Flood, 6-3, 6-4;
John Nansfield (NW) def. John
Fraser, 6-4, 6-4; Jerry Stewart (M)
def. Jerry Riesen, 6-0, 6-1; Hal Lowe
(M) def. John Freeman, 6-0, 6-1.
Grabner-Rice (NW) def. Hedrick-
Stewart, 6-3, 6-2; Sheehan-Nans-
field (NW) def. Lowe-Fraser, 6-3,
6-2; Swift-Flood (M) def. Freeman-
Riesen, 6-4, 6-4.
WISCONSIN MEET
(Note: Results from Wisconsin
meet are incomplete. Michigan
won all but one match, however.
In that match, Tom Oberlin-Gary
Kirk (NW) def. Hedrick-Stewart,
6-4, 3-6, 6-4.)
Golfers Finish
Fifth in Meet
Michigan beat only Michigan
State in a six-way golf tourna-
ment in East Lansing Saturday.
Ohio State had the low 36-hole
score of 756. Indiana (762), Notre
Dame (762) and Purdue (763)
also finished ahead of Michigan,
whose 772 beat only MSU's 775.
Michigan's low scorer was Bill
Newton with a five-ov'er-par 147.
This was beaten by Purdue's Bob
Zender with the meet low, an even
par 142. MSU's and OSU's low
scorers matched Newton's 147. The
remaining Michigan tean mem-
bers scores were Marc Yahn, 154;
Frosty Evashevski, 155; Jim Eva-
shevski, 156; and Pete Passink and
Bob Barkley, each 163.

The Wolverines gave it one more
try in the seventh when pinch
hitter Earl Meyers singled with
one out and Bob Gilhooley hit a
hard line drive, but Gilhooley's
belt was straight at Iowa's cen-
ter fielder, Larry Rathje, who
speared the ball at his ankles on
the run.
Michigan will try to resume its
winning ways today in a game
with Central Michigan in Mt.
Pleasant before returning to the
Big Ten circuit.
FIRST GAME
Iowa 102 000 000-3 7 3
MICHIGAN 200 000 02x-4 8 0
Gebhart (L, 1-2), McAdrew (8);
Barnhart (W, 3-0).
SECOND GAME
Iowa 001 100 0-2 7 1
MICHIGAN 100 000 0-1 6 2
Schauenberg (W, 1-1), Renner
(6), McAdrew (6); Zepp (L, 2-1),
Wahl (4).
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
Minnesota 14 7 .667
Chicago 14 8 .636
Los Angeles 15 9 .625
Cleveland 11 8 .579
Baltimore 12 11 .522
Detroit 11 11 .500
Boston 9 12 .429
Washington 10 14 .417
New York 9 14 .391
Kansas City 5 16 .238
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 3, New York 2
Detroit 5, Baltimore 4
Minnesota 4, Chicago 3
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at Minnesota (n)
Detroit at Washington (n)
Cleveland at Baltimore (n)
New York at Boston (n)
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
x-Los Angeles 16 7 .696 --
Cincinnati 14 9 .609 2
x-Houston 15 10 .600 2
Philadelphia 12 11 .522 4
Milwaukee 10 10 .500 4
Chicago 11 12 .478 5
San Francisco 11 13 .458 5
St. Louis i0 13 .435 6
New York 9 15 .375 7%
Pittsburgh 8 16 .333 8
x-Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 4, St. Louis 2 (10 inn)
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (ppd)
Houston at Los Angeles (inc)
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at New York (n)
Houston at Los Angeles (n)
Cincinnati at Philadelphia (n)
Chicago at San Francisco (n)
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