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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1963

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MAY 14.1985

RENEW OLD RIVALRY:
Wolverines To Face Spartans

Horton Leads 13-3 Tiger Rout of Senators

Two weekends, six games and
the toughest teams in the Big
Ten are all that now stand be-
tween Michigan and its first con-
ference title since 1961.
The Wolverines play a home-
and-home series with arch-rival
Michigan State Friday and Satur-
day, and face Ohio State and In-
diana on the road the following
weekend.
It'll be Bob Reed, Clyde Barn-
hart and Bill Zepp on the mound
for Coach Moby Benedict's league-
leading crew in what promises to
be a battle between MSU's hitting
and Michigan's pitching.
Best Hitters
The Spartans are the best hit-
ting team in the league. Second
baseman Jerry Walker leads the
Big Ten in batting with a healthy
.500 average, trailed closely by
teammate John Biedenbach who
boasts an impressive .417. MSU's
team batting average of .278 also
leads the conference.
Wolverine pitching, however, is
equally impressive. Michigan hurl-
ers have the Big Ten's best earned-
run average, 1.64, and have held
rival hitters to a .182 batting per-
centage. Sophomore righthander
Bill Zepp leads the team with 1.02
E.R.A., good for fourth place
among conference pitchers.
Jim Goodrich will probably get
the starting nod for the Spartans
in today's contest. The 'junior
righthander has a 3-0 season rec-
ord and a miserly 0.61 E.R.A. The
game will be played on Ferry
Field at 3:30 p.m.
Buckeye Battles
While the Wolverines try to
maintain their league lead against
the third-place Spartans, the sec-
ond-place Ohio State Buckeyes
will be out to grab the lead for
themselves as they face Iowa Fri-
day and Minnesota in a twin bill
Saturday. All three Buckeye games
are on the road.
INext weekend will mark the
regular season finale, and could
hardly be better arranged were
schedule-makers to set it up to-
morrow. In addition to the Mich-
igan-Ohio State and Michigan-
Indiana contests, Michigan State
will face the Wolverines' foes in
reverse order, and that means the
Buckeyes last three games will be
with the holders of the league's
first and third place spots.
The Michigan-Michigan State
game Friday will be the 141st con-
test between them. The Wolverines
have won 90, the Spartans 49, and
there has been one tie. In Big Ten
play, Michigan again holds the
edge, this time by the much nar-
rower margin of 21-18.
Sonny Banks
Dies of Injury
From Fight
PHILADELPHIA (A) - Heavy-
weight Sonny Banks, one of the
few fighters ever to floor Cassius
Clay, the heavyweight champion,
died Thursday of a head injury
some 2% days after he was knock-
ed out in a bout here Monday
,,night.
Banks was kayoed by Leotis
Martin of Philadelphia with a left
in the ninth round of a scheduled
10-rounder at the Arena. He re-
gained consciousness about 20
minutes later, but was taken to
Presbyterian Hospital.
When he lapsed into uncon-
sciousness again, Dr. Robert S.
Andre, a Philadelphia neurosur-
geon, operated to remove a blood
clot. Banks was in a coma after
the surgery until his death at
4:35 a.m.
Banks had the reputation of a
slugger with 16 knockout vic-
tories-six by decision-in 27 pro-
fessional fights. He never fought
as an amateur. On Feb. 10, 1962 he

knocked Clay off his feet, but lost
the bout by a knockout in the
fourth round.

By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON-Willie Horton
clouted his sixth and seventh
home runs, added a double and
drove in five runs leading the
Detroit Tigers to a 13-3 rout of
the Washington Senators Thurs-
day night. It was the Tiger's
fourth straight triumph.
Horton, the 22-year-old left-
fielder, had eight hits in 13 times
at bat in the three-game series,
hit four home runs, and batted
in 10 runs. Before Buster Narum
struck him out in the eighth in-
ning, Horton had been on base 10
straight times.
The Tigers scored four unearn-
ed runs in the first inning, in
which an intentional walk to Hor-

ton preceeded Don Demeter's two-
run single.
Al Kaline's two-run homer fin-
ished Bennie Daniels in the sec-
ond inning and Horton greeted
Pete Richert with a homer.
Hank Aguirre breezed to his
fourth victory behind the Tigers'
lusty hitting, which also included
a home run by Demeter. Aguirre
has not lost. Doug Camilli homer-
ed for Washington.
other Games
In the Majors
The Chicago White Sox regain-
ed first place in the American
League Thursday night with an
assist from the Los Angeles An-
gels.
The Sox jumped over the Min-
nesota Twins with a 6-3 victory
over Kansas City. The Angeles
downed the Twins 4-3 in 10 in-

nings. The Sox now lead the Twins
by one-half game.
In other AL games, Boston
handed the New York Yankees
another defeat 4-1. Detroit crush-
ed Washington 13-3 and Balti-
more edged Cleveland 3-2. Phila-
delphia went 10 innings to defeat
Cincinnati 7-6 in the National
League. Milwaukee edged Pitts-
burgh 5-4 and San Francisco beat
the Chicago Cubs 6-3. The New
York Mets and St. Louis had an
open date.
Willie Smith's infield single
drove in the winning run for the
Angels as they ended a five-game

Minnesota winning streak. The came home on Deron Johnson's
White Sox gave Gary Peters a wild throw of Frank Thomas' bunt.
6-0 lead, then called on Eddie Come from Behind
Fisher in the ninth to put down a The Braves spotted the Pirates
late A's rally. a 4-0 lead then came from behind
A triple by Felix Mantilla off to win on Joe Torre's single in
Whitey Ford with the bases loaded the fourth inning. It was Torre's
in the third inning paced the fourth hit of the game for the
ed Sox over the Yankees. Boog Braves who had tied the score in
Powell's seventh inning homer the sixth.
won for the Orioles over the In- Willie Mays' 11th homer, plus
dians. two doubles, sparked the Giants
Dick Stuart scored the winning over the Cubs.
run for the Phillies against the The first place Los Angeles
eds. He walked in the 10th, ad- Dodgers led Houston 1-0 after 5%
vanced to second on a wild pitch, innings. Sandy Koufax had 11
to third on an infield out and strikeouts at that point.

Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Chicago 17 8 .680 -
Minnesota 16 8 .667 %z
Los Angeles 16 11 .593 2
Baltimore 15 11 .517 2!z
Detroit 14 11 .560 3
Cleveland 11 11 .500 4/w
Boston 11 13 .458 5ij
New York 10 16 .385 7 f
Washington 10 17 .370 8
Kansas City 5 19 .208 111
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 6, Kansas City 3
Boston 4, New York 1
Baltimore 3, Cleveland 2
Detroit 13, Washington 3
Los Angeles 4, Minnesota 3 (10 inn)
7OIJAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at Chicago (n)
New York at Baltimore (n)
Minnesota at Kansas City (n)
Detroit at Boston (n)
Cleveland at Washington (n)
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SPARTAN THIRD BASEMAN John Biedenbach will be one of
the hitters Wolverine pitchers will have to throttle to win the
weekend series with MSU. Biedenbach is Michigan State's best
regular season batter with .406 average, and his .417 in Big Ten
play is good for third place in the league.
MEET NO. 1 INDIANA:
Netmen To Close Season
With First Place at Stake

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YESht1ERAY' aRESULTS
San Francisco 6, Chicago 3
Milwaukee 5, Pittsburgh 4
Philadelphia 7, Cincinnati 6 (10 inn)
Houston at Los Angeles (Inc)
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Los Angeles (n)
St. Louis at Pittsburgh (n)
Cincinnati at New York (n)
Milwaukee at Philadelphia (n)
Houston at San Francisco (n)

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Michigan's second place tennis
squad travels to Ohio State today
for three Big Ten dual meets that
will mark the close of the con-
ference's regular schedule, and
afford the final preparation for
the Big Ten meet next weekend.
Ohio State, Illinois and Big Ten
frontrunner Indiana will provide
the competition.
The Wolverines will meet Il-
linois today and Indiana tomor-
row, with half of the Ohio State
match being played each day-
the singles today, the doubles to-
morrow.
After their strong 8-1 decision
over Michigan State Tuesday, the
Michigan netmen held down sec-
ond in the standings with 46 wins
and only eight losses, along with a
5-1 dual meet record. The Hoosiers,
perrenial leaders on the Western
Conference courts, have 56 wins
and six losses, and have yet to
lose a dual meet in seven attempts.
Northwestern lost its second
place spot to Michigan when the
Wolverines whipped the Spartans

Tuesday, but the Wildcats have a
tight hold on third, after handing
Michigan its first defeat, 6-3, and
besting Wisconsin, 8-1, last week-
end.
The Wildcats have registered six
dual meet victories to only one
defeat, and possess a 44-19 record
in matches.
Although the Big Ten cham-
pion can not be determined until
the conference's individual cham-
pionships on May 21-22, the lead-
er after this weekend's action at
Ohio State will hold a command-
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