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PAGE FOUR

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1065

PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1965

Wolverine Netmen Shoot for the

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The Big Ten tennis crown is
on the line as the Western Con-
ference meet begins today at
Bloomington, Ind.
Michigan, presently in second
place just one point behind In-
diana, is a co-favorite to take the
title after being runner-up the
last two years. Before that, the
Wolverines copped the crown four
times in a row.
-The Hoosiers, beaten by the
Wolverines 5-4 in their dual meet
last weekend, are the other top
contender. They will be after their
second straight championship, and
have the advantage of playing on
their home court.
Until this year, the conference
crown was determined solely by
the Big Ten meet. This year match
play is also being considered, how-
ever application of the new for-
mula to previous years has shown
that the outcomes would not have
varied.
The Big Ten meet is an elim-
ination tournament with a team's
number one through six players

because the first round is worth who is ranked second among con- them until the semi-finals.
only one point, and some players ference number one singles play- Hedrick would then pick up
will draw a bye for it. The quar- ers, will likewise draw a bye and three points if he won his quarter-
ter-, semi-, and finals are all be placed where he could not meet final contest, and three more
worth three points apiece and Graebner until the finals. apiece for victories in the semi-
fractional points are awarded in a Michigan's Karl Hedrick is rat- finals and finals. Were he to go
special losers' round. ed number three, and he will prob- all the way, he would bring Mich-
For example, Northwestern's ably be placed in the middle of igan 10 points, while the most In-
number one singles player, Clark the preliminary round. Should he diana or Northwestern could pick
Graebner, has not lost a match all win this round, he will pick up a up would be six.
season. He will draw a bye for the point over his two higher-rated On the other hand, if Hedrick
first round. Indiana's Dave Power, opponents. He would not meet were to lose his first match, hej
MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Athletics End Sox Win Streak

By The Associated Press
Kansas City used home run
punch from John Blanchard and
Bill Bryan and four-hit pitching
by John O'Donoghue to snap the
Chicago White Sox' nine game
winning streak last night.
Blanchard and Bryan both con-
nected in the second inning as
O'Donoghue breezed to his first
victory since April 15. Smoky Bur-
Major League
Standings

gess and John Romano homered
for the White Sox.
Detroit's Denny McLain and
Cleveland's Sam McDowell each
fired a three-hit shutuot, Mc-
Lain throttling Washington 4-0
and McDowell blanking Baltimore
2-0.

The Los Angeles Dodgers de-
feated Houston 4-2 in 14 innings
on Ron Fairly's two-run homer.
Fairly's shot, with tuo out in the
14th, was his fourth hit of the
game.
Four Minnesota pitchers com-

would go into the losers' round
where he would face other players
who had lost their first matches.
A win in the preliminary round
there is worth one-half point, and
victories in the semi-finals and
finals one point each.
Michigan's Hal Lowe and Jerry!
Stewart were both undefeated
during the season, however neith-
er played more than half his
matches at one position so they
will not be seeded. This will be an
asset to the Wolverines as it mayr
give these players a chance to
meet Indiana early in the tourna-
ment. The sooner a player can be
knocked out, the fewer points his
team will get.
Michigan also has an unbeaten
number three doubles team, and
has been stopped only once in
number two doubles and numbers
three, four and six singles. It
could well go all the way in
four or five events.
The Wolverines get a further
boost because Indiana and third-
place Northwestern are b o t h
strongest in the same places. If
they split and Michigan wins
where it is favored, the Big Ten
tennis crown will come back to
Ann Arbor.
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George Thomas was tagged out at 3-1 victory over the Los Angeles
theplate. Don Wert drove in the Angels in the first game of a
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet.
Chicago 23 9 .719
x-Minnesota 19 12 .613
Detroit 17 14 .548
Cleveland 15 13 .536
Baltimore 17 15 .531
x-Los Angeles 18 16 .529
Boston 14 16 .467
New York 13 19 .406
Washington 13 20 .394
Kansas City 8 23 .258
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 3, New York 0
Cleveland 2, Baltimore 0
Detroit 4, Washington 0
Kiansas City 7, Chicago 3
Minnesota 3, Los Angeles 1 (12 inn)
TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at Detroit (n)
Boston at New York
Baltimore at Cleveland (n)
Only games scheduled
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Jim Lonborg scattered four sin-I
gles and Rico Petrocelli tagged
two key doubles as Boston blanked,
the New York Yankees 3-0.
In the National League, eighth
inning homers by Don Pavletich
and Deron Johnson gave Cincin-
nati a 3-1 victory over Pitts-
burgh. Joe Gibbon had been work-
ing on a one-hitter until John-
son tied the game with a solo
shot and Pavletich followed Tony
Perez's single with a homer .
Sandy Alomar drove in three
runs with a pair of singles as Mil-
waukee whipped the New York
Mets 7-5. Joe Torre belted his,
ninth homer for the Braves and
Johnny Lewis connected for New
York.
Ernie Banks' two-run single pro-
duced both Chicago runs as the
Cubs edged San Francisco 2-1. Bob
Buhl won his fifth game for the
Cubs.
Dick Groat's two-out single
drove in the winning run in the
ninth inning as the St. Louis Car-
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squads playing off against the
like-rated members of other Big
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doubles victory brings a team 12-3
points, and a player or squad go-
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10 points.
Furthermore, players or doubles
pairs are seeded if their record
against Big Ten opponents makes
them one of the three best in
their position. Thus, the season's
best players in a certain position
do not meet each other until at
least the semi-finals, provided
they do not get beaten and elimi-
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 2, San Francisco 1
Milwaukee 7, New York 5
St. Louis 7, Philadelphia 6
Cincinnati 3, Pittsburgh 1
Los Angeles 4, Houston 2 (14 inn)
TODAY'S GAMES
San Francisco at Chicago
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (n)
New York at Milwaukee (n)
Philadelphia at St. Louis (n)
Only games scheduled

Big Ten Standings

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FINAL 1965 DUAL MEET STANDINGS
W L W L Pts.
Indiana 8 1 70 11 70
MICHIGAN 8 1 69 12 69
Northwestern 8 1 59 22 59
Michigan State 6 3 49 32 49
Illinois 5 4 44 37 44
Minnesota 2 7 31 50 31
Wisconsin 2 7 22 59 22
Purdue 1 8 19 62 19
Iowa 2 6 18 54 20*
Ohio State 2 6 15 57 17*
*--Iowa and Ohio had their dual
meet cancelled. On basis of per-
centage formula, each receives two
additional points to carry into con-
ference tournament.

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