THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, May 20, 196,
THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, May 20.. 196;
Netters annihilate Big
Ten to gain title
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It is doubtful if Wolverine tennis
coach Bill Murphy could have'
asked for a nicer finish to his
coaching at Michigan than to gaze I
at the courts and see a Wolverine
in every final match.
It is a fact that no other Bigj
Ten team has ever dominated a
conference meet as the Wolverines
did on Saturday at East Lansing.
The Wolverines won eight of the
nine final matches and racked up
an impressive 161 points, only 5
short of perfect, and 75 points
ahead of second place Indiana.
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Dell then teamed with soph-
omore Mark Conti and smashed
their way to the second doubles
championship 6-2, 6-0.
In the only loss of the afternoon
Brian Marcus and Pete Fishbach
were defeated by Lon Lutz and
Tom Rice of Northwestern in the
Lutz, last year's first singles
champion, and Rice, 'who was
seeded second in second singles,
had been playing together for only
a short time, but their individual
talents unsurped any lost of part-
nership as they downed a weary
Marcus and Fishbach team 7-5,
Previously, Fishbach easily beat
Chip Clements of Illinois 8-6, 6-2
for the second singles crown and
Marcus had downed Tom Sadvig
of Iowa for the third singles
Conti, who may be next year's'
first singles player since Dell,
Fishbach, and Marcus are grad-
uating, displayed a beautiful serve1
and a strong net game in smash-
ing Minnesota's Dave Stearns 6-2,j
The Michigan Golf team, con-
sidered a dark horse contender
for the Big Ten crown, never got
rolling and finished a dismal sixth
as Michigan State grabbed their
first Big Ten golf title at EastI
Lansing on Saturday.
After 36 holes it appeared that
the Spartans would run away with
the title holding a comfortable 111
However, in the third round, a
fired up Purdue team charged the
course and by noon had cut the
lead to one 'stroke.
The Spartans, though, were not
ruffled by the Boilermakers and
ended with a 1126 total, six strokes
ahead of Purdue.
The Wolverines, who were only
six strokes out of third place after
the first round, could not cope
with Saturday's cold and windy
weather finishing the day 29
strokes out of third and 56 behind
After the first round of play it.
appeared that Michigan's Rod
Sumpter would have a good shot
at individual honors, but a second
day 77 77-154 total left him well
back in the pack.
While Sumpter soared to an
overal total of 302 Indiana's Don
Padgett carded a third round 67
missing the course record by one
stroke and, shooting an overall
290 to take the individual title.
Final steam standings
Michigan State-1501, Purdue - 1507,
Indiana - 1528, Minnesota -1550, Ohio
State - 1556, Michigan _ 1557, Iowa --
1567, Illinois - 1597, Wisconsin - 1600,
Northwestern - 1606.
Individual Wolverine scores
MARK CONTI, LEFT, and Dick Dell scored an easyy 6-2, 6-0 win
in the conference number two doubles. Conti also breezed to a
6-2, 6-2 win in number four singles,, while Dell won a tough
three set match from MSU's Tom Gray to win number one singles.
The meet was dominated by In-
diana and Wisconsin, who com-
bined for 13 of 16 first place fin-
ishes. Larry Highbaugh of Indiana
was the top scorer of the meet,
personaly accumulating 17 points,
the most since Jesse Owens scored
20 points 33 years ago.
It's wait 'til next year for Coach
Moby Benedict's Wolverine base-
Michigan's last hopes for the
Big Ten championship disappeared
this weekend when the diamond
squad dropped three of four deci-
sions, lowering their conference
mark to 6-6.
Hitting failed the Wolverines in
all four contests. Friday the dia-
mondmen wasted fine efforts by
Jim Burton and Gerry Christman,
losing 1-0 and 2-1 to Purdue. The
second contest went nine innings.
The Wolverine batters were
futile in the first game of Satur-
day's doubleheader with Illinois
falling 2-0. Mark Carrow was
charged with the defeat. In the
second game of the twinbill the
Michigan batsman finally came
througl, with four runs and the
Wolverines were able to give Tom
Fleszar a 4-0 win over the Illini.
In addition to Michigan's twin-
bill with Minnesota Friday, the
team will be in action two other
times this week. This afternoon
the Wolverines travel to Mt.Pleas-
ant for two games with Central
Michigan, and Saturday the squad
will entertain Iowa twice at Ferry
Both of the home doubleheaders
will begin at 1 p.m.
high hurdles, and the triple jump.
Michigan head coach Dave Martin
was not too disappointed with his
team's performance. "We expected
to finish third, and we finished
third," he commented. "Some of
the guys will be going on to the
NCAA meet next nonth and then
we'll be looking forward to next
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Major League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division East Division
W 'L Pet. GB W L Pet. GB
Baltimore 27 12 .692 - Chicago 24 13 .649 -
Boston 21 13 .618 31f New York 17 18 .486 6
Detroit 17 16 .515 7 Pittsburgh 17 18 .486 7
Washington . 19 20 .487 8 St. Louis 16 19 .457 7
New York 17 21 .447 912 Philadelphia 15 18 .455 7
Cleveland 7 23 .233 15? Montreal 11 21. .344 10,
West Division Atlanta West Divisi0 706
Oakland 21 12 .636Los Angeles 21 13 .618 3
,Minnesota 19 13 .594 1' San Francisco 20 15 .571 414
Kansas City 16 19 .457 6 Cincinnati 15 19 .441 9
KassCiy 1 9 47 6 San Diego 16 23 .410 10%4
Seattle 15 19 .441 6/ Huston 15 2 38
California 11 22 .333 10 Yesterday's Resultso n~1
Yesterday's Games Atlanta at Montreal, rain
No games scheduled. Other teams not scheduled
Tonight's Games Tonight's Games
Detroit at Chicagoj Philadelphia at Cincinnati
Kansas City at Cleveland Montreal at Houston
Seattle at Washington Pittsburgh at San Diego
1Minnesota at Baltimore Chicago at Los Angeles
Oakland at New York St. Louis at San Francisco
California at Boston1 Only games scheduled
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FINAL TENNIS STANDINGS
MICHIGAN - 161
Indiana -- 86
Minnesota - 80 1
Iowa - 69
Illinois - 68
Northwestern - 61
Wisconsin -- 60
Michigan State - 42
Purdue - 20
Ohio State - 13
1. Dick Dell, M def. Tom Gray,
7-5, 4-6, 6-1.
4. Pete Fishbach, M def. Chip
ents, Ill., 8-6, 6-2.
: 3. Brian Marcus, M def. Tom Sadvig,
Iowa, 6-2, 6-1. *
4. Mark Conti, M def. Dave Stearns,
Minn., 6-2, 6-2.
5. Jon Hainline, M def. Steve Ehlers,
Iowa, 6-1, 6-2.
6. Dan McLaughlin, M def. Paul
Krause, Minn., 6-1, 6-1.
1. Don Lutz and Tom Rice, NW def.
Marcus and Fishbach, M, 7-5, 6-2.
2. Deli and Conti, lVT def. Tom Dun-
MSU, lop and George 'Voss, Ill., 6-2, 6-0.
.1. H ailin and Mrit Lam lint M def i
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