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"We've got the nucleus of a good
squad. Now all we can do is watch
In these words Michigan golf
coach Bert Katzenmeyer summed'
up the chances of the Wolverine
golf team for the Jl961 season.1
Coach Katzenmeyer cannotsafford
to be overly optimistic this season
after his golfers finished a dismal
eighth in the Big Ten Conference
meet last year at East Lansing.
Michigan's squad has had its
ups and downs in recent years. The
year before last they finished sec-
ond behind the Purdue Boiler-
makers, who have dominated the
Conference in recent years.
Purdue has now won three
straight team titles and in addi-
tion have seen their number one
man, Jon Konsek, capture three
undisputed medalist crowns in a
In capturing the Big Ten title,,
Sthe mostaimportant single asset
Purdue has shown a team must
have its team balance. To have
one or two men battling for medal-
ist honors is no deficit, but they
cannot make up for high scores
by the other four members of the
Michigan should have good team
balance this year. Eight men are
returning from last year's varsity;
squad, which will see the loss of
only two seniors, Larry Markman
and Larry White.
The loss of these two men should;
not hurt the squad too greatly.
Marknmncaptain of last year's
team, played number three man;
all year, while White did not play
in the championship meet.
The eight returning golfers are
seniors Joe Brisson, who was and failed to shoot anywhere near see considerable action this s
elected captain this season. Tom the score he is capable of. son.
Wilson, Dick Youngberg and John For Michigan to have a good A last year, the squad ha
Everhardus and juniors Bill New- team in '61 could very well de- sn nucleus and good potent
comb. Tom Abern, Mick Goode pend upon the shooting of these nBut." as Coach Katzenme
and Cliff Marks. two men. commente ," Al the potential
Brisson will undoubtedly be the Much Needed Help the world doesn't mean a thin
mainstay of the club. He has Everhardus and Newcomb, both it doesn't produce results"
finished fifth in the conference of whom competed in the cham- 'Last year," he went on to
championships two years in a row pionship meet, played very well at "two things hurt us: bad weat
now. Last year he was edged out times last season and provided and unfavorable class schedt
of third place in the final round of much needed" help on these occa- The boys just didn't have ene
the 72 hole event by C. A. Smith sions.
of Michigan State and Mike Po- Ahern started out strongly last time to practice."
dolski of Ohio State. First was year but then failed to keep it up "But we surely can't use tI
Konsek, followed closely by Jack and folded somewhat at the end two factors as excuses. We ki
Nicklaus of Ohio State. of the season. Goode and Marks for a fact, for example, that MV
In dual meets, which are he~l saw little action last year, but nesota didn't have any be
before the conference champion- aog ith Ahern should provide Weater th we did, and t
ship, Brisson compiled an excellent s ason. p
record last year. Among his vic- One of the best freshmen squads "All I can say about last sea
tories was one over Nicklaus, who, in years will provide high quality is that the boys got another ye
as former National Amateur varsity material to bolster these experience. This year they're
Champion, member of the Walker eight men. Five sophomores in a year older, they've found out
Cup Team, and runner-up to Ar- particular, Chuck Newton, Leonard not as easy as high school."
nold Palmer in the United States Bridges, Bill Hallock, Jack Reis- "I only hope they've lear
Open, is undoubtedly the strong- ing and Keith Richardson, should something from their lessons.
est amateur player in the United
'A Fine Golfer'
Many times Coach Katzenmeyer
has commented after a meet, "Joe
played another great round of golf
today." And added, "He is surely
a fine golfer."
Wilson starred in the hard luck
story of the year last season. A
transfer student from Valparaiso
University in Indiana, he failed to
really get started in a dismal sea-
son for him.
Youngberg also ran into rough
breaks last year. After finishing
.In a tie for tenth place in the '59
Big Teen meet, he injured his
wrist last year on the first day of
the tournament at East Lansing
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