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PAGE FOUR

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1965

SPLITS WITH SPARTANS:
Al' Loses Big Ten Lead

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Michigan lost its share of the
Big Ten baseball lead Saturday
knd, to add insult to injury, the
University of Detroit beat the
YVolverines in a nonconference
game yesterday, 12-10.
The loss to the Titans, whom
Michigan defeated in Ann Arbor
last week, 6-1, came on the heels
of a doubleheader split with MSU.
The Wolverines won the first
game 6-1 and dropped the night-
cap 5-4. A rain-out of Ohio
State's doubleheader against Min-
nesota left the Buckeyes with an
8-2 conference record. Michigan is
9-3 and MSU 8-4.
The split with Michigan State
gives the Wolverines a chance to
win the title without anyone else's
help, provided they can win their
three road games this weekend.
Coach Moby Benedict's men face
league-leading Ohio State on Fri-
day, and journey to Bloomington
for a doubleheader with fifth-
place Indiana Saturday.
If Michigan wins all three
games, the title will be theirs out-
right. A loss to the Buckeyes
would require that the Spartans
then beat OSU a doubleheader
Saturday while losing their sin-
gle game with the Hoosiers Fri-
day. A loss to Indiana would be
fatal unless Ohio State lost two
and MSU lost one of its last three
games.
More than one loss would make
the first Wolverine baseball cham-
pionship since 1961 a virtual im-

possibility. Were Michigan and
MSU to somehow tie at the top,
Michigan State would get the
crown because it has gone with-
3ut it the longest. The Spartans
have won the title only once
since joining the conference 14
years ago. That was in 1954.
Saturday's games at East Lans-
ing were highlighted by the
pitching performances of Clyde
Barnhart and Bill Wahl, and the
hitting of Chan Simonds. But it
was a belated rally that just fell
short in the nightcap that pro-
vided most of the day's excite-
ment.
Barnhart pitched a four hitter
in the first game. Simonds belted
a three-run homer and Dick
Schyrer blasted a 400-foot drive
over the centerfield fence to pro-
vide him plenty of margin for
victory.
The Wolverines staked MSU to
a five-run lead in the nightcap
as the Spartans trounced all
over starter Bill Zepp and reliever
Bob Reed. A walk, an error, a bunt
single and a pair of solid singles
spelled Zepp's downfall, and two
walks and a single kayoed Reed.
Wahl came in to choke off the
rally and pitched one-hit ball the
rest of the way, though the one
hit was a solo homer to Dick Bill-
ings.
Trailing 5-1 going into the sev-
enth and final inning, the Wol-
verines rallied. Simonds, Al Bara,
Rick Sygar and pinch-hitter Les

Netmen Beat Indiana, 5-4;
Stand Good Chance for Title

Indiana and Michigan are both
ready to win the Big Ten tennis
crown.
After shutting out Illinois and
Ohio State and trimming Indiana
5-4, the Wolverines are only one
point behind the Hoosiers going
into this week's conference meet.
Indiana has copped the title the
last two years, and has a 101-46
record through Coach Bill Lan-
din's eight seasons as mentor.
Equally Impressive
But Michigan's record is equally
impressive. The Wolverines have
been runner-up the last two years
and won the title four times in a
row before that. Coach Bill Mur-
phy's 16 years here have brought
Michigan seven conference crowns,
an NCAA championship and a
150-33 dual meet record.
Linksters Drub
MSU; Newton
Leads with 70
Michigan beat Michigan State,
530 to 552, in their golf match
yesterday.
Low scorer for the match was
the Wolverines' Bill Newton, with
70. The rest of the Michigan team
came in as follows: Chuck West,
75; Jim Evashevski, 76; Pete Pas-
sink, 77, and Frosty Evashevski,
Bob Barkley and Marc Yahn, all
78.
MSU's low scorers were Breck
Morrison and Ken Benson at 77.
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The Big Ten title will be de-
cided this year by combining
points earned from dual meets
during the season with individual
performances in the meet this
Thursday through Saturday at
Bloomington. Indiana presently
has 70 points, based on its 70-11
dual meet record, and Michigan
is right behind with 69.
Indiana lost only one dual meeet
during the season, to Michigan in
Columbus last Saturday, while the
Wolverines were likewise beaten
just once, 6-3 by Northwestern at
Evanston. The Wildcats, in third
place in the conference, also have
a shot at the crown though they
are now a dozen points behind the
leaders.
Tournament
Play at the conference will be
an elimination tournament with
a possible total of 81-90 points at
stake for the winner. Each team's
six players and three doubles
squads will be competing against
the equally rated members of the
other Big Ten teams. Winners
will meet - winners at each level
until there are conference cham-
pions in the numbers one through
six singles aNd one, two and three
doubles.
Every individual championship
will bring a team nine or 10
points, depending on whether the
player has to play in a one-
point preliminary round. Top-
seeded players-those who lost the
fewest matches during the regular
season-will draw byes for the
preliminary round and be so ar-
ranged that they will meet the
other seeded players on their level
only in the final or semifinal
matches, if they make it that far.
SINGLES
Hedrick (M) def. Byrne, 6-2, 6-4;
Flood (M) def. Lehman, 6-2, 7-5;
Fraser (M) def. Green, 6-1, 6-4;
Stewart (M) def. Fisher, 6-0, 6-3;
Lowe (M) def. Cherks, 6-0, 6-2; Rus-
sell (M) def. Johnson, 6-2, 6-2.
DOUBLES
Hedrick-Stewart (M) def. Lemon-
Byrne, 6-1, 6-4; Fraser-Lowe (M)
def.yFisher-Johnson, 7-5, 6-2; Swift-
Flood (M) def. Green-Cherks, 6-3,
6-3.
INDIANA
SINGLES
Power (1) def. Hedrick, 6-2, 6-1;
McNerny (I) def. Flood, 6-3, 9-7;
Fraser (M) def. Kane, 6-2, 6-2; Stew-
art (M) def. Fichter, 6-0, 6-4; Lowe
(M) def. Nolan, G-2, 6-1; Baer (I)
def. Russell, 6-3, 6-3.
DOUBLES
Power-McNerny (I) def. Hedrick-
Stewart, 4-6, 6-4, 7-5; Fraser-Lowe
(M) def. Kane-Baer, 8-6, 0-6, 6-4;
Flood-Swift (M) def. Fichter-Wham,
6-3, 6-4.

Tanona lashed consecutive singles
and the score was suddenly 5-3.
Two men were on with none
out. Bob Gilhooley slashed the
ball down the third-base line, but
John Biedenbach, p r o t e e t i n g
against the long hit into the cor-
ner, scooped up the ball and be-
gan a fast double play. A fourth
run came home, but Ted Sizemore
bounced out to end the game.
Simonds, with four hits in sev-
en at bats, had his best day in a
Michigan uniform.
M' Sets for
B ig Ten Test
With VictoryI
The Wolverines' thinclads won
a four-way meet this weekend in-
preparation for a try at the Big
Ten championship Saturday.
George Canamare led the way
by setting a new Big Ten record
of 15'53/4" for the pole vault.
The Wolverines came up with
71 points against Northwestern's
41, Indiana's 34 and Purdue's 27.
The results of the meet make no
difference to the championship,1
which will be decided by Satur-
day's meet at Iowa.
Dorie Reid won both the 100-
yard dash and the 220 in Michi-;
gan's sweep of seven of the 15
events. The best event was the
half-mile run, in which Wolver-
ines came in first, second and
fourth. The intermediate hurdles
was the only event in which the
Michigan team received no points.
660-YARD DASH-1Harris (N);
2. Gerometta (M); 3. Dewey (P); 4.
Legacki (M). Time-1:20.1.
DISCUS-1. Lambert (M); 2. Don-
nelly (M); 3. Howell (P); 4. Leucht-
mann (M). Distance-151'7".
MILE RUN-1. Boydson (N); 2.
Kelly (M); 3. Humphrey (1); 4.
Ryan (M). Time-4:1l.5.
HIGH JUMP-1. Densham (M); 2.
Pease (1). Height-6'3% -
440-YARD DASH-1. Fugate (P);
2. Thomas (N); 3. .Bernard (M). 4.
Brooks (1). Time-:48.2.
100-YARD DASH-. Reid (M); 2. .
Weddle (); 3. Dilling (1); 4. Grif-
fin (N). Time-:09.9.
SHOT PUT-1. Harvey (M); 2.
Daulton (I); 3. Lambert (M); 4.
Leuchtman (M). Distance-53i.
120-YARD HIGH HURDLES - 1.
Wolf (P); 2. Woodon (M); 3. Mn-
eau (1); 4.Lester (N). ime-:15.
POLE VAULT-1. Canamare (M);
2. Davis (I); 3. Wells (M); 4. Mc-
Pherson (I). Height-15'5" (new
field record, old record set by Rod
Denhart of Michigan in 1962).
880-YARD DASH-1. Hughes (M);
2. Norde (M); 3. Siesky (1); 4. Le-
witz (M). Time-1:53.5.
220-YARD DASH-1. Reid (M); 2.
Weddle (1); 3. Dilling (I); 4. Brooks
(1). Time-:22.3.
BROAD JUMP-1. Moore (P); 2.
Weddle (I); 3. Sweeney (M); 4. Jo-
seph (N). iistance-23 9 "
330-YARD INTERMEDIATE HUR-
DLES-1. Johnson (N); 2.. Kouba
(N); 3. Mathern (P); 4. Mineau (I).
Time-:39.3.
TWO-MILE RUN-. Assenheimer
(N); 2. Benedict (M); 3. Boydston
(N); 4. Mercer (M). Time-9:27.3.
MILE RELAY-. Northwestern;
2. Purdue; 3. Michigan; 4. Indiana.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Chicago 22 8 .733 -
x-Minnesota 18 10 .643 3
Baltimore 17 13 .567 5
Detroit 16 13 .552 5 j
x-Los Angeles 16 15 .516 62
Cleveland 13 13 .500 7
Boston 13 15 .464 8
New York 12 18 .400 10
Washington 12 19 .387 10
Kansas City 7 22 .241 14%
x-Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 9, New York 2
Chicago 13, Kansas City 2
Minnesota at Los Angeles (inc)
Only games scheduled{
TODAY'S GAMES
Minnesota at Los Angeles (n)
Chicago at Kansas City (n)
Washington at Detroit (n)
Baltimore at Cleveland (n)
Boston at New York (n)M

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Los Angeles 22 10 .710 -
Cincinnati 17 13 .567 4
San Francisco 17 14 .548 4/
Philadelphia 16 14 .533 5
St. Louis 15 15 .500 6
Milwaukee 13 13 .500 6
Houston 16 18 .471 7
Chicago 14 16 .467 7
New York 13 17 .433 8
Pittsburgh 9 22 .290 1211
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 2, St. Louis 1
Los Angeles 5, Houston 3 (11 inn)
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
San Francisco at Chicago
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (n)
New York at Milwaukee (n)
Los Angeles at Houston (n)
Philadelphia at St. Louis (n)

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PUBLIC NOTICE
:e Effective May 17, 1965
Regular Bus Service to Willow Run and Metropol-
itan Airports will be increased to SEVEN ROUND
TRIPS DAILY. Busses will operate from bus stations
at Ann Arbor, Michigan Union, Arborland Shop-
ping Center, Ypsilanti Airport.
Fare: Ann Arbor to Willow Run $.95; to Metro
$1.75; Ypsilanti to Willow Run $.40; to Metro
R T- $1.25.
ED, Call our local bus station or Travel Agent for
LES, Additional Information.
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