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Wednesday, May 1, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

By PHIL BROWN
Summer Sports Editor
Spring sports have alway
3L Michigan' forte, but the
:f 1968 may go down in his
the most successful in Wo:
history.
The last two weeks havy
spectacularly productive for
Igan's track, tenis, golf, an<
ball squads. The netters ha
Toyed alnost unbelievable
in the first stages of the B'
season.
Coach Bill Murphy's squi
net six conference opp
through the first three we
the season, and has shut(
but one, running up a sensi
53-1 record in match comp:
Following perfect 9-0 whit
es of Illinois, Purdue, Mi
ta, Iowa, and Ohio State tt
ters received their first mat
at the hands of Indiana.
Schumaker and Wes Spenc
pled Wolverine third double;
Ron Teeguarden and Bruc
Boer 6-4, 6-3 in the Hoosie
loss to Michigan.
BASEBALL
Things were looking
gloomy for the Wolverine b
team before the end of the
term. The diamondmen-ha
fered through a painful,
game losing streak In Arizo:
fore claiming their first viel
But the Wolverines clubbe
ference rival Michigan State
over the weekend, then
apart Detroit for the thir<
this spring, and they are ne
ing a six-game win string a:
alone atop the Big Ten rac
The wins over the-Spartan
especially satisfying for they
igan baseballers, as the MS'
is expected to be a top con
for the conference crown.
Dave Renkiewicz and Ste
ins handled the pitching
for the Wolverines in the ba
sack (4-2 and 4-1) wins.
Hiur ey, Rod Scott and

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daily
spNorts
than runner-up Central Michigan.
The Wolverine 'B' team took sixth
in the meet with a 324 total.
Frank Groves led the Michigan
squad with a 76, while Rod Sump-
ter and Randy Erskine carded 77s
and Mark Christensen recorded a
78.
TRACK
Michigan's track team took a
pair of trips over the break-to
the Ohio State Relays and the
Penn Relays in Philadelphia-and
enjoyed the same successes they'
have gained all spring.
The Wolverine two-mile relay
unit won its specialty in Colum-
ous, then took on Harvard and
Villanova in the East. Harvard,
winner of the event in the NCAA
indoor championships, had to set-
tle for third, as Michigan and the
1Wildcats from Villanova made it

It the two-mile run: The time
gave Dolan third in Philadelphia.
Another Michigan relay entry
also bettered a varsity m11ark--the
four-mile unit turned in a 16:59.4
performance, yet failed to place.
Steve Bishop and Ken Coffin led
the quartet with mile times of 4:12
flat and 4:13.9, respectively.
Hurdler Larry Midlam, a placer
in the national indoor meet, took
third in the consolation finals of
the highs with his 14.0 clocking.
Clarence Martin, showing the
form that carried him to the Big
Ten outdoor title last spring,
leaped 6'8" to win the consolation
high jump. Gary Knickerbocker
went 6'6" but failed to place in
the championship division.
Sophomore sprinter Sol Espie
qualified for the finals of the 100-
yard dash, but did not run in. the
finals.

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Christman took the hill against
Detroit, giving up nine hits in the
10-6 Michigan victory.
Five Wolverines are sporting bat-
ting averages -after 17 games, led
by first baseman Jim Hosler with
a fine .357 mark. Hosler enjoyed
his finest day in a Michigan uni-
#arm against the Titans, clubbing
a single, two doubles and a triple
in a perfect fo r-for-four day at
the plate.
Doug Nelson is hitting at a .349
pace, Elliott Maddox owns a .333
average, and John Arvai is hitting
an even .300. Maddox has one of
the two home runs recorded by
Michigan batsman this spring.
The other four-bagger was off
,he bat of pitcher Hurley, who has
a spectacular .615 mark (eight
hits in 13 trips).
Hurley also collected his first
win of his college career, getting
,redit for the victory over Detroit.
STATISTICS TO DATE
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The Wolverines tallied three times
in the first inning and four times
more in the fourth to put the
game out of reach for the Titans.

UN ION-LEAGUE

WH'WI

GOLF a two-team race.
The Wolverine linksmen were Villanova emerged the victor,
rudely beaten by Michigan State however. Brilliant half-mile legs
in their first outing, bowing 730- by Paul Armstrong and Ron Kuts-
719 on the University golf course. ,hinski were not enough to give
But coach Bert Katzenmeyer's Michigan the title. Armstrong
charges. came roaring back over reeled off a 1:50 flat half, then
the weekend to win the Alma In- Kutschinski turned in a blazing
vitational. The Wolverine golf 1:49.9 880 anchor to leave the
squad is, favored by many to take Harvard crew in the dust.
the "Big Ten crown this spring. Jim Dolan, meanwhile, contin-
The Michigan contingent toured ued to rewrite the record book with
the Pine Diver Country Club his distance marks. The persistent
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