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:1ll Y, MAY 25, 1965
Goes One-for-Four in
Diamondmen Split with
Hoosiers, Finish Second
Netmen Capture Crown
Ohio State rolled over Michigan
State twice Saturday to capture
the Big Ten baseball crown, but a
split with Indiana gave, Michigan
its second straight second-place
finish in conference play.
The Buckeyes clinched the title
by defeating the two top contend-
ers in last weekend's action. On
Friday they edged the Wolverines
4-3 on a home run in the 16th
Spearheaded by Bill Newton's
meet-low 287, Michigan finished
a solid second in the Big Ten golf
meet last Friday and Saturday.
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer's squad
finished the 72-hole tournament
with 1,486, 14 strokes behind home
team Purdue's 1,472. Newton fired
rounds of 73, 67, 74 and 73 to
beat Minnesota's Dave Gumlia for
medalist hopors. Gumlia had a 290
and has now been runner-up three
Frosty Evashevski (298), Jim
Evashevski (302), Marc Yahn
(303), Captain Pete Passink (303)
and Bob Barclay (306) also con-
tributed to the Wolverines' best
finish since 1959. They last won
the title in 1952.
A former Ann Arbor High golf
captain and the 1964 Ann Arbor
men's city champion, Newtonf
needed only 118 putts in his quest
of the individual championship.
He used 31 putts the first round,
only 27 the second, and 30 in i
The Wolverine captain-elect had
two birdies, 12 pars, three bogies
and one double bogie his first
round Saturday, and came back
with a birdie, 14 pars and three
bogies on the final 18 holes to
capture the title.
inning. Saturday they took two
from Michigan State, 13-10 and
Michigan dropped its third con.
ference game in a row Saturday
before ending the season success-
fully by whipping Indiana 7-4 in
the second half of a doubleheader
Indiana took an early lead with
three runs in the first inning, but'
the Wolverines came back with
three tallies in the third and two
in the fourth to take a lead which
was never threatened. Michigan
starter Clyde Barnhart allowed
only one more Hoosier run; it
came in the final inning.
The Michigan hitting attack
was led by Ted Sizemore and Dick
Schryer. Sizemore went two-for-
three and drove in three runs
while Schryer stroked two hits in
four at bats and picked up two
runs-batted-in, upping his league
average to .365.
In the opening game of the
doubleheader, Inidiana outslugged
the Wolverines and rackedup an
11-7 victory. The Hoosiers rapped
out 17 hits to Michigan's 11.
The Wolverines opened the
game with five runs in the first
inning and added to their lead
with one score in each of the next
But Michigan was held scoreless
after the third inning while In-
diana came to life with one run in
the fourth and five each in the
fifth and sixth innings.
The winning pitcher for the
Hoosiers was Erv Inniger. He gave
up only one run after relieving
starter Ron Keller in the second.
Sophomore Bill Zepp took the loss
for Michigan. He was bombed for
four runs while retiring only one
After the doubleheader in which
he pounded out four hits and
scored four runs, senior-to-be Bob
Gilhooley was elected captain of
the 1966 squad by riis teammates.
OF YOUR HAIR!!
i NO WAITING
Big Ten Standings
W L Pet.
11 2 .846
10 5 .667
9 6 .600
7 5 .583
8 6 .571
6 7 .462
5 7 .417
5 7 .417
6 9 .400
1 14 .067
:Lis ton, Clay'
By The Associated Press
LEWISTON, Maine-It's the ex-
trovert against theintrovert to-
night for the heavyweight cham-
pionship-and boxing hasn't seen
anything like it since John L.
Sullivan caved in Jake Kirlrain's
ribs on a Mississippi River barge
back in 1889.
Fiction writers would scoff at
it as too ludicrous for words.
The extrovert is Cassius Mar -
cellus Claydhandsome, 23-year-
old descendent of a Kentucky
slave; loud, boastful, flamboyant.
The introvert is Sonny Liston,
dour, growling, with a jail record
and a history of clashes with the
law. He keeps to himself, talks
Although Clay says the fightj
will be "the greatest in history,"
the conservative little New Eng-
land mill town of Lewiston is,
taking it all in stride.
The Central Maine Youth Cen-
ter, the site of the fight, has no
sign on the outside announcing
the world championship match.
The arena is principally a skating
hall for high school hockey teams.
The arena' will seat 5,403 paying
customers for the fight which will
start at 9:30 p.m. Ann Arbor time.
The fight figures to be a pick
'em affair. The odds favoring
chailenger Liston have fallen
rapidly from 2-1 to 61% -5 re-
The lastest count of the news-
men of the world covering the
event favors Clay, 64-48-1.
Clay has won all his 20 pro,
fights, 16 by knockout. Liston's
record is 35-2 and includes 25
We have the MECHANICS
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From Favored Indiana
Never losing against opponents SINGLES.
they had beaten during the regu- 6-4, 6-3; McNerney (nd) def. Flood,
lar season and pulling a couple of 4-6, 6-3, 6-2; Fraser (M) def. Kaie,
major upsets as well, Wolverine 3-6, 7-. 6-2; Stewart (M) def.
netmen went all the way to win ,Fichter, 6-1, 6-4; Lowe (M) def.
the Big Ten tennis crown at Baer, 6-3, 6-4.
Bloomington, Ind., last weekend. . DOUBLES
Power-McNerney (Ind) def. Hed-
Michigan had four singles and. rick-Stewart, 6-3, 6-3; Fraser-Lowe
two doubles champions, most of (M) def. Phillips-Dhooge, 8-6, 6-2;
them coming from victories' over Flood-Swift (M) def. Fichter-Wham,
favored Indiana in the finals. I '-5-3
John Fraser, Jerry Stewart, Hal
Lowe and George Russell were i
dividual champions, while FraserCin er-m en
and Lowe won number two doubles,
and Flood and Jim Swift took " ,
number three. IM iss Tite
Northwestern's Clark Graebner
won the number one singles title
as expected, defeating Indiana's Wolverine thinclads parlayed
Dave Powers. Hoosier Rod Mc- three individual championships'
Nerney beat Brian Flood of Mich- and' exceptional performances by
igan for the number two singles several members of the squad to
championship, though the match a second-place, finish behind
was closer than the season tilt Michigan State in the Big Ten
between the two. Flood won the outdoor track championship at
first set 4-6, but McNerney came Iowa City last weekend.'
back strong to take two sets in a The most spectacular of the
row. Wolverine victories was George
However, Russell unexpectedly Canamare's record-breaking 15'
beat Tom Baer of Indiana in num- 9%" pole vault. The vault broke
ber six singles, 6-3, 6-4, after los- both the varsity and Big Ten rec-
ing to him only a week ago, 6-2, ord of 15'%" set by Wolverine
6-2, to give Michigan a comfort- Rod Denhart in 1962.
able winning cushion. The record jump was 21 inches
"We played much better than I higher than Canamare's highest
thought we could," Coach Bill jump in competition before this1
Murphy said. He cited Flood's year. His previous high this year
victory over top-seeded Tim Shee- was 15"54". After the meet Can-
han of Northwestern and Hedrick amare was elected captain of the
and Stewart's number one doubles 1966 squad.
victory over Northwestern's two-. Bernard Wins
seeded Graebner and Rice in Fri- Captain Kent Bernard success-
day's semifinals as well as Rus- fully defended his 440 title by win-'
sell's win Saturday as "matches I n ng in a time of :46.6. He fin-_
didn't expect to win."
Michigan totalled 142 points, 15
more than runner-up Indiana. The
rest of the pack was far behind,
with Northwestern's 84 the next
closest. The title is Michigan's
eleventh in the 32-year history of
the Big Ten championship, and
is the eighth Murphy has brought"
here in 16 years as head coach.1
W L Pct. GB Y
Chicago 24 12 .667 -
Minnesota 21 13 .618 2
Baltimore 21 17 .553 4
Detroit 210 [7 .541 n! .;;d::;
Los Angeles 20 18 .526 5
Cleveland 17 17 .500 6
Boston 17 18 .486 61~
New York 17 21 .447 8
Washington 15 24 .385 104
Kansas City 9 24 .273 13
I'Detroit 8, Chicago 3 s
Baltimore 2, Washington 1
New York 15. Cleveland a
Only games scheduled
Detroit at Chicago (n)
Cleveland at New York
Kansas City at Baltimore (n)
Minnesota at Boston (n)
Los Angeles at Washigton (2, t-n)
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APT., 3 RM.. private bath, unfurn.,
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HOUSE close to campus, furn., for 4_
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LAW SCHOOL AREA-Furn. Ist floor
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1 10 N. THAYER
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662-7787 eves. & Sun. 663-9064
FOR FALL: Married, 2, 3, or 4 person
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AVAILABLE AUG. 15 & FOR SUMMER
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Also large furn. rooms. NO 2-2197 or
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TV Lounge, Air conditioned
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418 E. WASHINGTON
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W L Pet.
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Milwaukee 17 16 .515
Chicago 18 19 .486
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ished more than five yards ahead
of second-place Daswell Campbell
of Michigan State.
Michigan's third winner was
Dorie Reid. He took the 100-yard
dash with a time, of :10.0 against
an eight-to-twelve mile wind.
Coach Don Canham was very
pleased with the results of the
meet and said afterwards that the
Wolverines 'did much better than
I thought they would."
Canham singled out the per-
formances of Fred Grove, who
finished second in the 660-yard
run, and Brian Kelly, who placed
fourth in the mile, as especially
Michigan scored a total of 43
points in the meet while Michigan
State tallied 56. State had five
Wisconsin placed third with 37
points, followed by Iowa and Min-
nesota with 28, Northwestern with
13, Illinois 9, Ohio State and Pur-
due 6, and Indiana with 5.
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