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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, May 14, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, May 14, 1968

'hree

M'

squads

get

decisive

wins; Batsmen split

inclads trip Illini, 88-72;
.n, is squad rips Spartans
By PHIL BROW
Summer Sports Ed or -

The weather played the bi hand
in Michigan's final- weekend 9f
pre-tournament (Big Ten) comp:-
tition, but still could' not prevent
the Wolverine track and tennis
squads from recording convincing
victories over conference rivals.
Saturday's rain slowed times and
delayed a few events, but the track
team was impressive in an 88-72
trouncing of Illinois.
And the tennis match scheduled
against Michigan State on Satur-
day had to be postponed, only to
prolong the agony of a 9-8 white-
wash of the Spartans on Sunday.
Assistant track coach Dave Mar-
tin decided to forego the pole

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sportsh
NIGHT EDITOR:
PHIL BROWN'
PETE FISHBACH
His charges shrugged off the dis- the 220 in a respectable 22 seconds
advantageous conditions, and came flat ,although both of his oppo-
uv with some excellent perform- nents slacked off in the stretch

Wildcats get a
Nightcap to W
By ROBIN WRIGHT
Despite solid hitting by right
fielder Elliott Maddox and catcher
Pete Titone, the Michigan baseball
team had to settle for a split in
the doubleheader against North-
western Saturday.
BULLETIN
Football star and two-time
NCAA heavyweight wrestling
champ Dave Porter has been
voted Michigan's outstanding
senior athlete by undergradu-
ate Wolverine lettermen. He

pener, 4-3;Golfers
olverines,7-6 MSU mee
plate, singled and was followed by The Wolverine golf team con-
Jim Hosler with a walk. Titone tinued its season-long brilliance
brought both men home with a last weekend by crashing to vic-
double, and then scored the fouith tory in the Spartan Invitational
run of the game himself on a h
double by Chuck Schmidt.Pinch Michigan State finished sec-
hitter Jack Hurly and Andy x*. ond, 11 strokes off -the pace.
Fisher got successive singles that Both Frank Groves and Rocky
gmd hPozza toured the course in 150
brought in Schmidt for the fifth for 36 holes, leading the Michigan
run. squad. They were tied for second
Hurly was then singled home by . qdin the tournament's scoring race.
Maddox. Nelson, up for the second 0. inWestern Michigan's T i n ro
time, got his second hit of the Kilpelainan fired a 143 to take
inning to bring in the seventh medalist honors.
and final run of the game. Behind Groves and Pozza on
Assistant coach Dick Honig PETE TITONE the Wolverine team were John
noted the change between the first Schroeder at 151, Rod Sumpter at
three games and the last game, ters just didn't come through in 151, Mark Christenson at 152, and
the only win of the weekend. key situations." Randy Erskine at 154.
"In the fourth game, the trend The Michigan team faces its#
.Thepitching was good enough was exactly the opposite of the stiffest challenge of the year
to win, but there were no runs to first three games. We got plenty this weekend at the Big Ten trials,
back up the pitching. In Wiscon- of hits, but not good enough at Ohio State. The team's entire
sin, we left a total of 19 men on pitching.", conference finish depends on thisE
base in the two games.pt n.
The Michigan club returns-to
"In the first game at North- the diamond today to face West-
western seven men were left on ern Michigan at Kalamazoo ina
base. The bottom half of the hit- single game. i y
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ROCKY POZZA

the 220 in a respectable 22 seconds
ances.
Distance specialist Jim Dolan,
continuing to look more and more

vault because of the dangerous like a real star performer, claimed
conditions, only to grant a forfeit the Ferry Field record in the three-
to the Illini, but all other events mile run with a clocking of 14:04.3.
were rui. Wolverine Leoi Grundstein took
r"Y+:r'. ' :r' "'%"::"i3:":"r'%'r %":4:r:.;".r,.". 1;r4 .;.;.. ,;",""" :rr:

and coasted across the finish line. I will be presented with the
Most times and distances were Michigan S e n i o r Athlete
saverely limited by the weather Trophy by the Ann Arbor
conditions, although neither coach Quarterback Club tonight.
was forcing the issue. With the Bigj
Ten outdoor meet just a week away This leaves Michigan three
and the possibility of injuries games behind conference-leading
greatly increased, both teams were Minnesota.
satisfied to get the lesser meet over Although Northwestern led 4-3
with in the seventh inning of the first'

meet. If they win there, the team
will be off to New Mexico for
the NCAA's.
Behind Michigan State last
weekend were Western Michigan
with 764, Marshall with 778,
.Central Michigan with 785, Miami
with 787, and Wayne State with
807.
to. Engineers

TRACK STATISTICS
440-YARD RELAY - 1. Michigan
(Midlam, Espie, Grundstein, Gra-
ham), :42.3.
3-MILE RUNS -- 1. Dolan (M),.
14:04.3; 2. Lamoreux (I); 3. 'Gold
660-YARD RUN - 1. McDonald
(M), 1:19.3; 2. Leps (M); 3. Jaros
120-YARD HIGH HURDLES - 1.
Midlam (M), :15.2; 2. Fox (M); 3.
Bobert (I).
MILE RUN - 1. Sherry (I),
4:21.6; 2. How (M); 3, Coffin (M).
440-YARD RUN -- 1. Morris (1),
:49.0; 2. Banchard (I); 3. Feldman,
(M.
100-Y1ARD DASH- 1. Espie (M),
:10.2; 2. Self (1); 3. Gazzarato (M).
.440-YARD INT. HURDLES - 1
Watson (M), :54.3; 2..Morales (M);
3. Wnkley (M).
.80-YARD RUN - 1. Kutschinski
(M), 1:50.4; 2. Walker (I); 3. Gods-
man (M).
220-YARD DASH - .Grundstein
(M), :22.0; 2.. Self (I); 3. Feldman
(I).
3000-METER STEEPLECHASE -
1. Dykstra (I), 9:30.4; 2. Lamoreux
(I); 1 3. Dennis (M).
MILE RELAY -- 1. Michigan
(Leps, Winkley, McDonald, Grund-
stein), 3:22.3.
DISCUS - 1. Brubaker (1), 161
feet; 2. Thomas (M); 3. McLellan
(I)"
HIGH JUMP -- 1. ,Knickerbock-
er (M), 6'8"; 2. Hunt (M); 3. Ed-
wards (I).
SHOT PUT - 1.-McLellen, (),
48'11x/4"; 2. Brubaker (1);, 3. Thom-
as (M).I
LONG JUMP - 1. Russell (M),
22'7%"; 2. Flowers (M); 3. Edwards
(I).

TRIPLE JUMP - 1. Bridges (I),
45'8"; 2. Flowers (M); 3. Edwards
(I)"
POLE VAULT - Illinois, forfeit.
TENNIS STATISTICS
Singles
1. Fishbach (M), def. Brainard,
6-4, 54, 6-2; 2; Marcus (M) def.
Monan, 6-1, 6-2; 3. Dell (M) def.
Szicagyi, 6-1, 6-3; 4. Hainline (M)
def. Good, 6-2, 6-4; 5. Teeguarden j
(M) def. Schafer, 6-2, 6-3; 6. DeBoer
(M) def. Myers, 6-3, 6-2.
Doubles A
1. Fishbach-Marcus . (M) def.
Brainard-Monan, 4-6, 6-3, 6-3; 2.
Dell-Hainline (M) def. Szicagyi-
Good, 6-4, 6-3; 3. DeBoer-Pritula
(M) def. Schafer-Myers, 6-1, 6-3.
Buntin
funeral
Funeral services for Bill Buntin
will be held this afternoon at 2:00
at Warren Ave. Baptist Church in
Detroit. The church is located at
the corner of Warren and Rivard.
Burial will be at Detroit Memo-
rial Park.
As announced on Saturday, a
scholarship fund is being started
for Buntin's children. All dona-
tions should be addressed to Mr.
Tom Dickinson at the Ann Arbor
Trust Company, 100 South Maim
St., Ann Arbor.

The skies were cloudy on Sun-
day, but the rain held off andt
Michigan walked to an easy tennis
victory over their upsate rivals.j
Not even Chuck Brainard could
turn back the Wolverine onslaught,1
although he went to three sets in
both his singles and doubles
matches.
Junior netter Pete Fishbach took
on Brainard, the Spartan ace, in
first singles competition, and took
the first set 6-4 before the latter
won 7-5.
But it was all Fishbach in the
third set. After the two had split
the first two games, . Fishback'
turned Brainard back on his own
service and rolled on to a 6-2 win.
It was the same story in the
dpubles match between Fishbach
and Brian Marcus, and Brainard
and Rich Monan. Monan, a husky
power player, was not enough to
counteract the acrobatics of Mar-
cus.
Marcus repeatedly got to the ball
when it appeared to be unplayable,
while Fishback combined a con-
sistent net game with his overhead
slams to down the MSU duo.
Other Wolverine netters had
little trouble with their opponents.

game, there was a moment of hope
when, with two outs, the bases
were loaded by way of a walk, an
infield hit, and an error. Michigan
captain Doug Nelson hit into a
force play to end the inning. Jack
Hurly was credited with the Mich-
igan loss.
Michigan doubled its hitting in
the second game to come back
from a three game losing streak
and take Northwestern, 7-6.
The fourth inning saw Titone
score the first run for the Michi-
gan club with his first home run
of the season.
Northwestern came back in the
bottom of the fourth with four
runs off pitcher Rod Scott.
In the sixth inning Nelson, the
first of 12 batters to go to the
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