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FAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY. MAY R .A491%

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Bronco
Western Michigan snapped a
10-game Wolverine winning streak
with an 8-2 victory over the 'M'
diamondmen yesterday in Kala-
mazoo.
The loss moves Michigan's sea-
son record to 11-7, but their Big
Ten record remains unblemished
at 6-0.
Bob Reed started for the Wol-
verines. He was replaced by Bill
Wahl in the second after giving

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up two runs. Michigan scored a
run off Western starter Chuck
Kline in the second when Al Bara
walked and scored on Dan Di-
Nunzio's sacrifice fly after another
walk to Earl Meyers and an in-
field single by Chan Simonds, and
rallied to tie the game in the top
of the third on a single by Bob
Gilhooley, a walk to Ted Size-
more, and an RBI-single by Bara.
Ahead to Stay
However, the Broncos pulled

711M'Nine's
ahead to stay when Wahl gave up Dick Sch
three runs, including a two-run with a soi
homer to Bill Guerrant. Joe Kerr missed as
came on in the seventh and sur- six hits, a
rendered the final three Western
tallies. An Assc
Michigan began a rally in the ed yeste
fourth, but Rick Hall took over 10th in th
for the Broncos to end the threat. and Ariz
He pitched shutout ball the re- The Wol
maining five innings to pick up games to
the victory. spring trii
The Wolverines' leading hitter, The 10-

Win Streak .. .

ryer. sat out the game cluded two victories over Big Ten
re throat. His power was rivals Northwestern and Illinois,
Michigan picked up only ,.a r ..."

Michigan State and Minnesota
have 3-3 records and share third

.ll singles.
Ranked 10th
ociated Press poll releas-
rday ranked Michigan
he nation. Stanford. USC
ona lead the balloting.
verines dropped three
Arizona during their
p early this season.
game winning streak in-

an n singie wins over conference place with Iowa 2-2
f-es Wisconsin and Purdue. The Coach Moby Benedict's men will
Wolverines also beat Western face the defending national cham-
Michigan at home to begin their pion Gophers here on Friday, and
winning streak, and defeated will play a doubleheader at home
Notre Dame and Eastern Michigan with the Hawkeyes Saturday.
once to round out their 10 vic-
tories. R H E
Ohio State is Michigan's closest Western 8 11 2
rival in the standings to date with Michigan 2 $62
a 5-1 record. Indiana, Illinois,

BIG TEN STANDINGS

MICHIGAN
Ohio State
Indiana
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MSU
Minnesota
Iowa
Wisconsin
Purdue
Northwestern

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... As Netmen Stay Unbeaten

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Michigan's Big 10 tennis pros-
pects brightened in the rain yes-
terday as Wolverine netmen best-
ed a highly regarded Notre Dame
squad, 6-3.
The victory gives Michigan a

five-game unbeaten streak since
returning from a spring trip to
Florida. The string includes three
9-0 conference wins over Min-
nesota, Purdue and Iowa. In ad-
dition to defeating Notre Dame

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I yesterday, the Wolverines also
have a nonconference victory over
Western Michigan.
The meet with Notre Dame had
to be finished in the Intermural
Bldg. when rain halted outdoor
play just after the singles matches
were completed. At that point
Michigan held a 4-2 lead on vic-
tories by Karl Hedrick, 7-5, 6-2,
John Fraser, 6-2, 6-1, George Rus-
sell, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3, and Jerry
Stewart, 9-7, 6-0.
The team's No. 2 and 3 men,
Jim Swift and Captain Brian
Flood, avenged their singles losses
when they teamed up to win a
close doubles match, 9-11, 6-3,
6-3, on the wooden indoor courts.
Hedrick and Stewart combined to
win their doubles contest, 7-5,
6-3, but Hal Lowe and Bruce
Vosburg lost a tight duel, 9-11,
6-3, 3-6.
What was especially encourag-
ing about the victory was that
Notre Dame had previously beaten
Northwestern, rated as one of
Michigan's, toughest Big 10 op-
ponents. The Irish also barely lost
to Indiana, another conference
power this year.
Wolverine hopes for the Big 10
championship will be put squarely
on the line this weekend as the
team journeys to Evanston, Ill.,
for meets Friday and Saturday
with Northwestern and Wisconsin.

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SOPHOMORE JIM LYIJYNEN gets ready to deliver in Tuesday's
game against Notre Dame. The 19-year-old southpaw pitched the
first 7%1innings, giving up four runs, two of them unearned, on
10 hits and a walk. The Wolverines won the game, 5-4.

KARL HEDRICK

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WEIGHT TILL THE SUN SHINES, NELLIE

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The hounds of Spring are on
winter's traces. Soon buds the
crocus, soon trills the giant con-
dor, soon come the new spring
fashions to lift our winterbound
hearts.
What does Dame Fashion de-
cree for spring? Incidentally,
Dame Fashion is not, as many

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But I digress. Back to spring
fashions. The new look this
spring, both in men's and
women's clothes, is the Slim
Look, Bulges and billows are out;
the lean line is in. Come spring,
we are all going to look trim as
gazelles, lithe as panthers.
Of course, slim clothes alone
will not give us the Slim Look.
We also need slim figures to put
inside the slim clothes. And some
of us-let's face it-have ac-
quired just a touch of chub here
and there, just a smidgen of port-
liness fore, a whisper of ampli-
tude aft.
And how will we lose these un-
wanted pounds? Well sir, there
are several methods. We can go
on one of those frantic crash
diets: for example, 10 days of
nothing but aster petals. Or 12
days of nothing but shaved ice.
Or 14 days of nothing but bay
leaves. Or 18 days of nothing but
drumsticks (not chicken drum-
sticks; real ones).
Or we can do it the pleasant,
relaxed, natural way. I refer,
of course, to the Special K
breakfast.
The big K stands for Kellogg's
and Special means that Kellogg's
has made this cereal specially for
those of us who are counting
calories. If you start your day
with 4 ounces of orange juice
or tomato juice, plus 1% cups
of Special K with a teaspoon of
sugar, plus 4 ounces of skim milk,
plus all you want of black coffee
or. tea, four wonderful things
will happen to you!
First, you will take in only 240
calories.
Second, Special K will give you
the nourishment you need to be-
gin the day properly.
Third, you'll find that you've
had not only a slenderizing break.
fast, but a delicious one too, be-
cause when Kellogg's makes any
cereal-including Special K-
their first rule is: it's got to be
good to eat.
And fourth, a Special K break-
fast will prove to you that diet-
ing doesn't have to be an ordeal.
After all, if a diet breakfast can
be a pleasure, why can't a diet
lunch and dinner?
So don't despair, pudgy bud-
dies. You too can be a style leader
this spring. Get with Special K and

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The Wolverine cagers lost again
to UCLA yesterday. Lew Alcindor,
the 7'1" New York high school
basketball star, announced that he
would go West for his college edu-
cation.
"We would have loved to have

Influence
Strack suggested that the
Bruins' new sports building might
have influenced Alcindor's deci-
sion. However he pointed out that
Michigan has recruited very well
recently even with old YTost Field
House.
"It's not so much the building,"
he said. "We have a great product
in the University of Michigan."
The overall success of the Wol-
verines' recruiting effort this year
will become known in the next
couple of weeks as athletic tenders
come in. "We've worked hard, and
are reasonably optimistic," Strack
said.

had him," Coach Dave Strack said.
"But we were never that encour-
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believe, a fictitious character. The
lady was a real human person
who lived in Elizabethan times.
During the invasion of the Span.
ish Armada, Dame Fashion-not
yet a Dame but a mere unlettered
country lass named Moll Flanders
-during the invasion, I say, of
the Spanish Armada, this country
girl stood dauntless on the white
cliffs of Dover and rallied the
English fleet by reciting this
stirring poeim of her own con-
position:
Don't be gulless,
Men of Britain.
Sucing your cutlass,
Wa i'tpquitsin.
Smash the Shariiislt!
Sink their Moatis!
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leges down to five-UCLA, Boston
College, St. John's of New York
and Michigan.
Holy Cross became an additional
possibility when his high school
coach and personal advisor, Jack
Donohue, became head coach
there a month ago.
Visits All Six
During the past few weeks, Al-
cindor visited all six campuses.
"I choose UCLA because of its
atmosphere, the people out there,
and because it has a curriculum I
want," the 17-year-old center told
a press conference in the Power
Memorial High School gym. "As
far as Holy Cross and the others
are concerned, it wasn't a case of
choosing against them-it was just
that UCLA is what I want."
Strack said Alcindor "handled
it very well. He likes big towns,
but we thought he would stay in
the East."

...And Cagers Lose Alcindor

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