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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Michigan State hitting bested
Michigan pitching yesterday and
the 6-3 result cost the Wolverines
undisputed possession of first
place in the Big Ten.
Ohio State beat Iowa 3-0 to pull
even with Michigan in the stand-
ings. Both teams have 8-2 records,
while MSU at 7-3 now trails the
leaders by only one game.
Today's contests are thus cru-
cial to Michigan's championship
hopes. The Wolverines face the
Spartans again in a doubleheader
at East Lansing and Ohio State
plays a pair of games with Min-
nesota.
Juday Leads Attack
First baseman Steve Juday led,
a 15=hit MSU assault on ace Wol-
verine righthander Bob Reed,
handing him his first Big Ten
loss. Juday, the Spartans' start-
ing quarterback during the foot-
ball season, was three for four,
driving in three runs and scoring
another. One of his hits was a
double andnhe also sacrificed a
run in from second base.
The unusual play occurred when
Juday laid a perfect bunt down
the third base line while runners
on first and second were both go-
ifg., Wolverine third sacker Dan
DiNunzio nailed Juday at first on
arclose play, but Bob Speer crossed

the plate before a relay could
reach catcher Ted Sizemore.
The Spartans kept Reed under
pressure throughout the game,
scoring twice in the second and
third and once in the seventh and
ninth. They left 10 men on base
and it took righthander Bill Wahl
to retire MSU in the last inning
when Reed left with two on and
none out.
Krasnan Wins
Michgian tagged John Krasnan
for eight hits, but he went all the,
way and was seldom in trouble.
The Wolverines drew first blood
on an unearned run in the open-
ing inning. Bob Gilhooley walked
and Sizemore was safe on a field-
ing error by third baseman John
Biedenbach. Dick Schyrer ground
into a force, leaving runners on
first and third, and Gilhooley
raced home safely when second
baseman Jerry Walker threw a
cut-off relay over the head of
catcher Bill Steckley.
Michigan picked up its other
two runs in the fifth when Carl
Cmejrek was given credit for a
home run with a man on. Cmej-
rek's blow actually bounced over
the rightfield fence, however ap-
parently both right fielder Dick
Billings, who seemed to have a
chance at the deep fly, and um-

pires Moyer and Nordquist lost The single Spartan score in the
sight of the ball until is crossed seventh came in on Juday's bunt,
the fence. MSU players contested and the tally in the ninth crossed
the ruling violently, but to no the plate when Wahl surrendered
avail. Juday's third hit, a double, after

and fired to first
by a step.

to nip Schyrer

The Spartans scored twice in
the second inning on a walk and!
three straight singles. Bruce Pet-
tibone and Walker delivered the
hits that drove in the runs.
MSU added two more tallies in
the third on a double, a single, a
fielder's choice and two more
singles. Juday, who scored one of
the runs in the second, drove in
one in the third, and Biedenbach
drove in the other.
Nicklaus' 69
Retains Lead
NEW ORLEANS (A)-Masters
champion Jack Nicklaus birdied
three of the last fivekholes Friday
for a second round 69 and a 134
total which gave him a two-stroke
lead at the halfway point of the
$100,000 New Orleans Open Golf
Tournament.
. Frustrated by a string of 13
straight pars, Nicklaus weathered
a flash shower and climaxed his
effort with a phenomenal shot
from the rough on the next-to-last
hole.
At the 530-yard fifth, he hit a
wedge to within eight feet of the
cup and sank his first birdie. On
the 390-yard dogleg sixth, he cut
the corner with a towering shot
over a clump of trees and half-
wedged his approach to within
18 inches.
Ten under par for 36 holes,
Nicklaus overtook a quartet of
new bloods on the professional
tour-Ray Floyd, Sam Carmi-
chael, Bill Martindale and Homero
Blancas. They were tied for second
at 136.
Another stroke back at 137 was
a group which included Australian
Bruce Devlin, Canadian George
Knudson, Bob McCallister, Jacky
Cupit and Dick Lytle.
Arnold Palmer and Tony Lema
had to rally to escape the cutoff
which reduced the field to the
low 70 shooters and ties for the
final two rounds Saturday and
Sunday.
Major League
Standiigs
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Biedenbach and Speer had sin-
gled off Reed.
Walker and Biedenbach con-
tinued to display the kind of bat-
ting that has kept them in first
and third place respectively in the
Big Ten standings. They were
both two for five to stay around
their .500 and .420 marks.
Cmejrek was Michigan's big gun
with three hits in four at-bats.
He drove in two runs and scored.
once.
Coach Danny Litwhiler's men
made some spectacular plays in
the field. Second baseman Walker
broke up a potential Michigan
threat in the second when he'
made a diving stop of Al Bara's
grounder and, while still lying in
the dirt, threw to second for a
force out on Chan Simonds, who
had opened the inning with a
single.
In the third, shortstop Petti-
bone raced into the hole to make
a backhanded stop off a hard-hit
ball by Schyrer. He turned around

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MICHIGAN STATE AB R I RBI
Steckley, e 5 0 0 0
Manicre, cf 5 1 2 0
Biedenbach, 3b 5 1 2 1
Speer, if 3 3 1 8
Billings, rf 5 0 2 0
Juday, Ib 4 1 3 3
Pettibone, ss 5 0 2 1
Walker, 2 5 0 2 1
Krasnan, p 3 0 1 0
Totals 40 6 15 6
MICHIGAN AB R H RBI
Gllhooley, ss 4 1 1 0
Sizemnore, c 5 0 0 8
Schryer, of 4 1 1 0
Cmejrek, If 4 1 3 2
DiNunzio, 3b 4 0 2 0
Simonds, lb 4 0 1 0
Bara, rf 4 80 00
Sygar, 2b 3 -0 0
Reed, p 3 8(00
a-Wahl, p 0 8 8 8
a-Tanona 1 0 0 8
Totals 36 3 8 2
a-Popped out for Wahl in 9th.
MICHIGAN ST. 022 000 101-6 15 2
MICHIGAN 188 820 000-3 8 1
E-Biedenbach, Walker, Simonds.
DP-Reed, Gilhooley, Simonds. LOB
-Michigan State 10, Michigan 7. 2B3
--Maniere, Juday. HR-Cmejrek. S-
Juday. SB-Gilhooley, Schryer.
PITCHING SUMMARIES
IP HI R ER BB SO
Krasnen (W, 3-1) 9 8 3 2 2 5
Reed (L, 3-1) 8 14 6 6 3 7
Wahl 1 1 0 0 0 0

E JUDAY (LEFT) AND JOHN KRASNEN combined to pull Michigan down from undisputed
ssion of first place in Big Ten baseball. Juday's three hits and Krasnen's eight-hit pitching
;ht the fast-rising Spartans a 6-3 victory at Ferry Field yesterday.

. .And Gain Ground in Tennis

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Special To The Daily ton. Every point Michigan can
COLUMBUS--Michigan netmen pick up now will make the title
continued their bid to head into that much easier to get.
the Big Ten Conference Meet on One Tough Match
top of the league as they took 12 The Wolverines had only one
straight matches yesterday at difficult match yesterday. Hal
Columbus. Lowe was behind Illinois' Jerry
Johnston 4-2 after dropping the
The Wolverines played a regular first set 7-5, but he came back
dual meet with Illinois, sweeping to take four straight games in
most of the contests easily. They i the second set and won going away
then went on to take three doubles with a 6-3 victory in the third
matches from Ohio State. set.
Coach Murphy juggled his line-
Today Coach Bill Murphy's up for yesterday's games, resting
squad will play the singles matches Jim Swift and moving his other
that will finish the meet with the regulars up a notch. George Rus-
Buckeyes, and, in the major event sell played in the number six
of the, day, take on league-lead ng spot.
Indiana in the match that will SINGLES
Karl Hedrick (M) def. Tom Bauer,
determine the Big Ten leader. 6-3, 6-4; Brian Flood (M) def. Steve
Michigan presently trails the Simmons, 6-1, 7-5; John Fraser (M)
def. Rick Wuretzel, 6-0, 6-1; Jerry
Hoosiers, 66 match points to 58, Stewart (M) def. John Sisson, 6-2,
but the Wolverines have played 6-4; Hal Lowe (M) def. Jerry John
stan, 5-7, 6-4, 6-3; George Russell
six fewer matches. (M) def. Jim Dawson, 7-5, 6-1.

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Championship
The Big Ten championship will
be determ4ned by adding the point
totals from season match play
and individual performances at
the conference meet in Blooming-
ton, Ind., next weekend. A compli-
cated scoring system at the meet]
allows a team to win a miximum
of 8.1-90 points, so even a several
point deficit at the end of regular
season play need not prevent a
team from garnering the cham-
pionship.
However, as many of the
matches in the individual meets
will be identical to those played
during the regular season, season
play offers a good indication of
what should happen at Blooming-

ON THE BOUNCE
Wolverine gymnast Fred Sanders has been selected to the third
team of the 1965 Collegiate All-American Gymnastics Teams by a
panel of past presidents of the National Association of College
Gymnastics Coaches. The panel, chaired by Michigan gymnastics
coach Newt Loken, selected Sanders behind Frank Schmitz of
Southern Illinois and Dan Millman of California. Sanders fin-
ished second to Schmitz in the NCAA individual contests at
Iowa City March 20.
Michigan Thinclads To Face
Recovering Indiana Squad

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 12, Boston 8 (10 inn)
New York 9, Baltimore 3
Minnesota 5, Kansas City 3
Cleveland 2, Washington 1
Chicago 2, Los Angeles 1
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Baltimore (n)
Minnesota at Kansas City
Los Angeles at Chicago
Cleveland at Washiingtoni
Detroit at Boston
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct.
x-Los Angeles 19 8 .704
Cincinnati 16 11 .593
x-Houston 16 13 .552
Philadelphia 14 13 .519
Milwaukee 12 12 .500
x-San Francisco 13 14 .481
x-Chicago 12 14 .462
St. Louis 12 14 .462
New York 11 16 .407
Pittsburgh 9 19 .321
x-Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 5, Cincinnati 3
Philadelphia 5, Milwaukee 2
St. Louis 8, Pittsburgh 7
Chicago at Los Angeles (mc)
Houston at San Francisco (inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Los Angeles
Houston at San Francisco
St. Louis at Pittsburgh
Cincinnati at New York
Milwaukee at Philadelphia

KARL HEDRICK

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DOUBLES
Hedrick-Stewart (M) def. Bauer-
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With two straight lopsided vic-
tories behind them and the Big
Ten outdoor track championships
ahead-, Michigan's track squad
faces recovering Indiana today.
The Hoosiers are in the process
of coming back after three im-
portant injuries hit them earlier
in the season. Despite their hurts,
the Indiana trackmen placed a
strong third in the Indiana Big
State meet last weekend, and two
of the injured Hoosiers should be
back at full strength today, ac-
cording to Indiana Coach Jim
Lavery.
The early-season injuries had
tripped sprinter Randy Weddle,
valter Wilbert Davis and middle-
distance man Terry Shy, the
team's co-captain.
But Lavery thinks Weddle has

recovered from a muscle pull and
Davis from a bruised heel enough
that they will be running at full
strength in today's meet against
Michigan.
Michigan has wallopped the
Chicago Track Club and Penn
State back to back by lopsided
89-37 and 79-43 scores. Don
Hughes in the 880-yd. dash and
Kent Bernard in the 440 and 220
turned in particularly strong per-
formances in last weekend's meet.

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