THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, May 21, 1968
PQge Sfr THE MICHIGAN DAILY
By PHIL BROWN
Michigan took a big step-or
three of them-over the Weekend'
toward recapturing the prestigious
Big Ten All Sports Trophy.
The Wolverines romped to a
ridiculously easy tennis title, then
grabbed a second in the confer-
ence track meet and a third in
golf in tournaments ending on
The Maize and Blue have not
possessed the coveted cup since
1966, when it was spirited away
by the Spartans of Michigan
CHICAGO ()-The Big Ten
Games Committee is planning a
study of films of last Saturday's
outdoor track meet with the pos-
sibility that Michigan-not Min-
nesota-will be declared the win-
Minnesota: compiled 50 points
to' edge Michigan, with 49 points,
and Wisconsin, with 48.
However, Michigan Coach Don
Canham has asked for a film
study to determine if Minnesota's
Rich Simonsen or Michigan's Sol
Espie finished third in the 220-
yard dash behind Minnesota's
Hubie Bryant and Michigan's
Simonsen was awarded third
place but if there is a switch made
giving Espie third place, Michigan
will win the title with Minnesota
Commissioner Bill Reed was not,
available for comment but a Big
Ten spokesman said still pictures,
from video tapes will be studied
by the committee composed of two
coaches Bob Wriglat of Illinois and
Dave Rankin of Purdue and a de-
cisioin, should be reached in a
couple of 'weeks.
State, but are now on the inside Wb
track with' only the conference mana
baseball race yet to be decided, six s
The tennis win came on the up i
heels of one of the greatest sea- sweat
sons in the history of the' sport at theg
Michigan. The netters ran up a histo
near-perfect 79-2 record in con- Di
ference match play, then copped 1truc
six of nine individual titles at the fourt
Big Ten meet in Iowa City. respe
hile the Wolverines could
age wins in only three of the
ingles crowns, they warmed
n doubles competition and
C all three titles for one of
greatest coups in conference
ck Dell, Jon Hainline. and
,e PeBoer grabbed the third.
h, and sixth singles titles,
ectively, then Pete Fishbach
Brian Marcus, Dell and,
line, and, DeBoer and Bob
la all whipped their oppo-
s for doubles crowns.
eanwhile, way up in Minne-
s, the Michigan track squad
busy outpointin indoor
npion Wisconsin, inly to
NAL TENNIS STANDINGS
wind up a point short of surprise
Wolveines took three firsts in
the conference meet-Ira Russell
in the long jump, Ron Kutschin-
ski in the 880, and Gary Knicker-
bocker in the high jump-but it
was not enough to catch the
The Michigan effort was issued
a considerable blow on Friday
when captain Alex McDonald fail-
ed to qualify in the semifinals of
"That really hurt us," noted
assistant coach Dave Martin after
Friday's action. "But Wisconsin
lost a good man, too."
BIG TEN TENNIS
1. Lutz (NW) def. Brown (Ind.),
6-0, 6-0; 2. Monan (MSU) def. Mar-
cus (M), 6-4, 6-2; 3. Dell (M) def.
Szilagyi (MSU), 4-6, 6-3, 6-4; 4.
Hainline (M) def. Barnard (NW),
6-3, 6-0; 5. Schafer (MSU) def. Tee-
guarden (M), 6-2, 6-4; 6. DeBoer
(M~) def. Ehlers (Io.), 6-2, 6-3.
1. Fishbach-Marcus (M) def.
Brainard-Monan (MSU), 7-5, 6-3;
2. Dell-Hailine (M) def. Burrdon-
Young (Wis.), 6-3, 6-1; 3. DeBoer-
Pritula (M) def. Murphy-Ehlers
(lo.), 6-3, 6-1.
4. (tie) Northwestern
9. Ohio State
SPLIT WITH ILLINI:
Diamondmen drop balls, game
With Michigan's sights on the
Badgers, there were no tears when
Aquine Jackson, the defending 100
champ also failed to qualify.
A teammate later explained
that McDonald had been in an
unusually tough semifinal heat.
He turned the distance in 1:19.3,
good only for fifth, while an Iowa
runner won the next heat in 1:20.
The Wolverines recorded 15
places in accumulating their 49-
point total, and accounted for one
of three new Big Ten records.
Knickerbocker erased teammate
Clarence Martin's record of 6'9"
with his winning leap of 6'9/2".
BIG TEN TRACK
440-YARD RELAY - 1. Minne-
sota (Simonsen, Jones, Shea, Bry-
ant), :41.2 (field record); 2. Mich-
igan; 3. Ohio State; 4. Mhigan
State; 5. Indiana; 6. Wisconsin.
3000-METER STEEPLECHASE -
1. Fischer (OSU), 9:02.2; 2. Gordon
(Wis.); 3. Gibbens (Ind.); 4. Ed-
mondsen (NW); 5. Leonoicz
(MSU); 6. Kitt (10.).
660-YARD RUN - 1. Landwehr
(Minn.), 1:18.8; 2. Sipps (OSU); 3.
Frazier (Io.); 4. Hanson (Wis.);5.
Wilson (MSU); 6. Crask (Ind.).
120-YARD HIGH HURDLES - 1.
Butler (Wis.), :13.8; 2. Midlam
(M): 3. Warford (Minn.); 4. San-
deen (111.); 5. White (Ind.); 6. Pol-
MILE RUN - 1. Arrington (Wis.);
4:11.2; 2. Pryseski (OSU); 3. Wag-
ner (Minn.); 4. Rosenberg (MSU);
5. Stanley (MSU); 6. Zachary
440-YARD RUN - 1. Mondane
(I0.), :47.5; 2. Wehrwein (MSU);
3. Crawford (MSU); 4. Floyd (Wis.);
5. Jones (Mnn.); 6. Morris 1l1.).
100-YARD DASH - 1. Butler
(Wis.), :09.8; 2. Bryant (Minn.);
3. Espie (M); 4. Hoey (M); 5. Jack-
son (Wis); 6. Self, (Il.).
HURDLES - 1. Bruggeman OSU),
:52.5; 2. Sandeen (I1i.); 3. Brook-
er (Ind.); 4. Spencer (Pur.); 5.
Graham (M); 6. Thomas (OSU).
SHOT PUT - 1. Arbuckle (Ind.),
56'101""; 2. McLellan (Ill.); 3. Foley.
(OSU);.4. Voigt (Wis.); 5. Wicks
880-YARD RUN - 1. Kutschinski
(M), 1:50.5; 2. Arrington (Wis.); 3.
Merchant (MSU); 4. Thornton
(Wis.); 5. Twomey (Minn.); 6.
220-YARD RUN - 1. Bryant
(Minn.), :21.6; 2. Grundstein (M);
3. Simonsen (Minn.); 4. Esple (M);
5. Hopkins (OSU); 6. Jordan (OSU).
TRIPLE JUMP - 1. Bond (Wis.),
47'9'/""; 2. Cormia (NW); 3. Burch
(111.); 4. Bechard (M); 5. Flowers
THREE-MILE RUN - 1. Wiec-
zorek (10.), 13:58.0; 2. Dolan (M);
3. Hoag (Minn.); 4. Gibbens (Ind.);
5. Gordon (Wis.); 6. Pryseski
MILE RELAY - 1. Iowa (Teberg,
Stevens, Frazier, Mondane), 3:13.3;
2. Minnesota; 3. Michigan State; 4.
Wisconsin; 5, Ohio State.
,POLE VAULT -- 1. Halik (Ill.),
15'0"; 2. Raftis (Pur.); 3. Green
(OSU); 4. Viktor (Wis.); 5. Ut-
singer (10.);, 6. Gaydes (Ind.)
HIGH JUMP - 1. Knickerbocker
M), 6'91" (Big Ten Record; for-
merly 69" by Clarence Martin of
Michigan); 2. Hawley (NW); 3.
Top (Minn.); 4. Stuart (Mnn.); 5.
Michigan athletes taking second'
places were the 440 relay quar-
tet, Larry Midlam in the high
hurdles, Jim Dolan in the three-3
mile run, Bob Thomas in the dis-
cus, and Leon Grundstein in the
Other awards went to Espie and
George Hoey in the 100, Espie in
the 220, Nelson Graham in the
intermediate hurdles, W a r r e n
Bechard and Carl Flowers in the
triple jump, and Rick Hunt in the
Michigan's golfers ended up in
third at the Big Ten meet in
Bloomington after holding solid-
ly onto second after the first day
"We just didn't play good golf,"
stated coach Bert Katzenmeyer.
"All three teams-Michigan State,
Indiana, and Michigan - were
staying about even, but we just
couldn't come up with the great
round like we did all year.
"We shot that great round in
every tournament before this one,
but it just wasn't there this time."
The Wolverine linksmen did a
creditable job nonetheless, with
sophomore. Randy Erskinefinish-
ing three strokes off the medal-
ist pace of Minnesota's' Bill Brask
and captain John Schroeder back
BIG TEN GOLF
Brask (Minn.), 75-74-70-74-293
Cisco (Ind.), 72-71-76-76--295
Erskine (M), 75-75-76-70-296
Benson (MSU), 75-76-74-72-297
Schroeder (M), 72-75-76-76-299
Janson (MSU), 74-75-73-78-300
FINAL GOLF STANDINGS
1. Indiana 1511
2. Michigan State 1523'
3. MICHIGAN 1526
4. Purdue 1548
5. Ohio State 1553
6. Minnesota 1555
7. Iowa 1576
8. Illinois 1583
9. Wisconsin 1597
10. Northwestern 1650
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W L Pct. GB
Detroit 22 12 .657 -
Cleveland 20 14 .588 2'z
BatiUmore 19 16 .543 4
xBoston 18 16 .529 414
Minnesota. 18 17 .514 5-
xCalifornia 16 19 .457 7
Chicago 15~ 18 .455 7
Oakland 15 20 .429 8
New York 15 *21 .417 834
Washington 15 21 .417 83%
x-Late game not included
Baltimore 2, Chicago 1
New York 6, Washington 1
Detroit 4, Minnesota 3, 10 innings
Boston at California, inc.
Only games scheduled
Cleveland at Oakland, 2, twi-night
New York at Washington, night
Chicago at Baltimore, night
Boston at California, night
Detroit at Minnesota, night
By ROBIN WRIGHT
The Michigan baseball team
split a double header against 111i-
nois Saturday and further re-
duced its hope of winning the Big
Ten title. Michigan was left in a
tie with Wisconsin for third place.
Wildness and errors was the
pattern .of the first game.
The action began in the fourth
inning when Michigan's Elliott
Maddox singled for the only legi-
timate hit of the inning. A wild
pitch took him' to second. Glen
Redmon was then walked. The
bases would have, been loaded
when Doug Nelson was hit on the
arm, but there was some argu-
ment that the ball first hit the
bat. Nelson was out on a fly.
Two wild pitches brought Mad-
dox home for the first run. An
error on the shortstop to Allan
Schmidt to first and Redmon to
third. Redmon scored and Sch-
midt went to third on a two base
error when Pete Titone hit a
grounder to the shortstop.
Ryun to marry
MANHATTAN, Kan. P-Jim
Ryun, the world's fastest middle-
distance runner at the University
of Kansas, is engaged to be mar-
ried, it became known Saturday.
His bride-to-be is Anne Carol
Snider, a cheer-leader at rival
Kansas State University. She is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Monroe Frank Snider of Bay Vil-
lage, Ohio, and is majoring in
elementary education at Kansas
The pert 5-foot-3 'A blonde has
told friends she and Ryun plan a
January wedding next year.
One of the provisions that Miss
Snider made when spe accepted a
bid to be a Kansas State cheer-
leader was that she could 'miss
the Kansas State-Colorado foot-
ball game Oct .19. That's the date
for the 1,500-meter race at the
Olympics in Mexico City.
The Illini came halfway back in
the fifth with three hits, but only
one run. Singles by Lloyd Gussis,
Augie Mateizel and Clyde Kuehn
brought Gussis home for the first
earned run of the game.
k The second game started out to
be the fourth victory of the week-
end for the Michigan club.
The Wolverines started the scor-.
ing'in the second inning as Sch-
midt and Titone hit successive
singles. Schmidt scored from third
on a fly ball hit by Bud Forsythe,
The second game began td re-
semble the first as Maddox was
walked, followed by Redmon who
was hit by the ball. A wild pitch
advanced them both a base. Nel-
son loaded the bases on another
walk. An error recorded against
third baseman Flint Gregory
took Maddox home and Redmon
to third. Redmon scored as Sch-
midt hit into a double play.
The fourth inning saw the
Illini score tWo runs to tie the
score 3-3. Randy Crews, of Ilhi-
nois basketball fame, began the
rally with a single. He advanced
to second on a walk awarded to
Chuck Schierer. Michigan pitch-
er Rod Scott got wild and both
Illini took another base.
A second walk to Kuehn load-'
ed the bases and brought in
Larry Guidi to pitch for Mich-
igan. Guidi walked the next man
to score Crews. The fourth walk
of the inning sent Kuehn home
to tie the game again. ,
Despite another change of
pitchers, to Jack Hurly, the Wol-
verines never came back. Illinoisl
took the lead in the sixth on a!
single by Kuehn, sacrifice bunt
and a pair of errors.
The last Illinois run was re-
corded in the seventh on a walk
to Dave Rizzo, and the combina-I
tion of a single by Foss and ani
overthrown ball from right field.
Michigan will end its homej
schedule in a single game against1
Central Michigan today at 3:30.,
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Big Ten Standings
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Barnes & Hinds
W L Pct.
St. Louis 21 14 .600
Atlanta 21 16 .568
San Francisco 20 17 .541
Cincinnati 19 17 .528
Philadelphia 17 16 .515
Chicago 19 19 .500
Los Angeles 17 21 .447
New York 16 20 .444
Pittsburgh 15 19 .441
Houston 15 21 .417
New York 2, Pittsburgh i
Cincinnati 3, Houston 2
St. Louis 2, Los Angeles I
Atlanta 6, San Francisco 5
Only games scheduled .
Pittsburgh at New York
Philadelphia at Chicago
Houston at Cinennati, night
Los Angeles at St. Louis, night'
San Francisco at Atlanta, night
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