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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I'Netmen Maul Wisconsin in Wind

IN DOUBLEHEADER:
Diamondmen Take on Eastern

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Bill Dixon were outlasted by Eise-
man and Paul Bishop, 8-10, 8-6,
6-2.
In the second doubles match,
Fauquier and Hal Lowe fought off
a second set rally by Tom Ober-
lin and King, winning 6-1, 8-6.
Fourth Singles
Lowe also picked up a victory in
the fourth singles spot as he beat
Gary Kirk, 6-0, 6-1.
Murphy said that he "was not
displeased with the team's per-
formance considering the high
wind and that it was the first
time we had been outside in a
long time. Tomorrow will be a bet-
ter test though." The Wolverines
face Indiana this afternoon.
This seemed to be the attitude
of everyone-Indiana would be a
better test of Michigan's strength
and would indicate what kind of
chances the Wolverines stand for
winning the 1964 Big Ten Cham-
pionship.
Indiana is presently undefeated,
as it ran its victory skein to 10-0
with a victory over the host Buck-
eyes yesterday.
Windy Win
SINGLES: 1. Fauquier (M) def. D.
Oberlin, 6-1, 6-0. 2. Hedrick (M)
def. T. Oberlin, 6-4, 6-1-63.Fraser
(M) def. King, 6-4, 0-6, 6-3. 4.
Lowe (M) ef. Kirk, 6-0, 6-1. 5.
Flood (M) def. Sessler, 64, 6-4. 6.
Eiseman def. Swift (M), 6-4, 7-5.
DOUBLES: 1. Fauquier-Hedrick
(M) def. D. Oberlin-Sessler, 6-1,
6-3. 2. Fauquier-Lowe (M) def. T.
Oberlin-King, 6-1, 8-6. 3. Eiseman-
Bishop def. Swift-Dixon (M), 8-10,
8-6, 8-2.
Matmen Try
For Olympics,
Michigan's Big Ten wrestling
champions are being represented
by Lee (Deitrick and Bob Spaly in
the Olympic trials at Zeeland,
Mich.
Deitrick, who captured the Big
Ten 147-pound title in March,
joins Big Ten runnerup Spaly in
the trials that began yesterday
and end today in Zeeland. If they
survive the elimination tourney
they will go to the final trials at
the New York World's Fair. Au-
gust 24-26.
Michigan's 1963 NCAA cham-
pion Jack Barden,a Pan-American
chamipion Bill Riddle, and Michi-
gan graduate August Miller will
also be competing in the tourna-
ment as members of the Hazel
Park Wrestling Club.

_

By TOM WEINBERG
Eastern Michigan will be at
Ferry Field this afternoon in an,
attempt to be the fifth team of the
year not to lose a doubleheader to
the Michigan Wolverines.
The first game will start at 1
p.m. with Bill Wahl scheduled to,
pitch for the Wolverines as they
seek their sixth and seventh vic-
tories against 10 defeats.
Coach Moby Benedict is unde-
cided about the pitcher for the
second game. All he says is "it
could be anybody but (Clyde)
Barnhart."
New Face
Benedict has one addition to the
squad, a former Chicago sandlot
catcher and first baseman, Cazzie
Russell. The basketball All-Amer-
ican expressed the desire to play
baseball, and Benedict says "he'll

play some if he shows us the tal-
ent."
Off the heels of a 3-0 shutout
at Kalamazoo Wednesday and a
split with Central Michigan last
Saturday, the Wolverines will be
seeking their first doubleheader,
win of the year. They have won
just one game since returning from
Arizona, and have dropped seven
of their last eight.
Weak Pitching
Eastern Michigan has -played
just four games this year, includ-
ing a doubleheader yesterday, and
appears to be somewhat hurting
for pitching and strength. The
Hurons have just six pitchers list-
ed on their roster.
The Wolverines' pitching isn't
exactly a strong point thus far in
the season. The combined earned
run average of the team is 4.86,
compared to a 3.43 against them.'
"The most important parts of
the game are the pitching and de-
fense," Benedict often says. His
team hasn't shown too much in the
field, averaging worse than two er-
rors per game with a total of
35, and allowing 21 unearned runs%
over the year, as opposed to the
opponents' 28 errors.
Tops Team
Ron Tate continues to lead the
Michigan hitting parade, as his
.333 average is 22 points higher
than his team-leading mark last
season. The team as a whole is

hitting .240, eight points worse
than last season, while the oppon-
ents have dipped to .295 since;
Barnhart's seven-hit, 3-0 loss at
Kalamazoo.
The games today are the final
two before the Wolverines hit the
road next weekend and open the
Big Ten season. The Big Ten
games against Wisconsin Friday
and a pair against Northwestern
Saturday will be preceded by a
match with the Irish of Notre
Dame on Thursday.
Below are the up-to-date statis-
tics on the Wolverines: h

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BRIAN FLOOD

JOHN FRASER

BAT
Tate, of
Sizemore, c of
Campbell, ss
Meyers, of
Gilhooley, 2b-of
Simonds, lb
Skaff, 3b
Laslo, 2b
Sara, of
P. Adams, c
Dinunzio, c
Totals
Opponents

TTING
AB
36
48
49 16
46 1
53
49
502
46
30 :
152
1:1

R
9
5
9
4'
2

H RBI Pet.
12 7 .333
15 .2 .306
13 6 '.265
12 8 .261
13 2 .245
12 9".245
11, 4 .220
10 6 .217
6 7 .200
2 3 .133
0 0 .000

OSU QUADRANGLE MEET:
Golfers Open Big Ten. Season

466 67 112 55 .240
477 87.141 75 .295

PITCHING
W L1

SO BB ERA

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By BOB CARNEY
"I'd need a crystal ball to
know who'll be low man," golf
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer said last
week. "It's that close."
Katzenmeyer's squad was in
preparation for its Big Ten opener
at Ohio State today, a 36-hole
quadrangular meet featuring the
Wolverines, Ohio State, Indiana,
and Purdue. But the veteran men-
tor hasn't decided on his first
man.
"I'll take the same seven I took
to Florida," he said,_"but I think.
I'll let the players decide on the
positions themselves."
Fifth Place
Katzenmeyer's "dilemma" evolv-
ed from Michigan's fifth place
finish at Miami over the spring
vacation.
In that 72-hole contest, four of
the Wolverines stroked to within
five shots of each other. Sopho-
more Bill Newton led with 302,
followed by another soph, Chuck
West, and juniors Pete Passink
aid Mark Yahn.
Adding to this well-balanced
attack will be letterman Tom
Clark and captain Gary Mouw and
Frosty Evashevski, two lettermen
who helped the Wolverines to a
runner-up finish in the same
tourney last year.
In regard to ;the prowess of
Michigan's opponents, Katzenmey-
er stated that Indiana and Pur-

due would probably be the tough-
est contenders.
"Although we've yet to see any
of the teams, we've heard that the
Hoosiers are particularly strong.
Byron Comstock, for one, has a
good history."
Comstock Strong
Comstock, a senior who carried
Indiana's lowest overall average
last year, replaced graduating Phil
White as number one man this
season.
"He has experimented too much
in the past," says Indiana coach
Bob Fitch. "He's squared away now
and should be better."
In five rounds, however, Com-
stock has been overshadowed by
surprising sophomore Jim Jewell,
who has averaged 72.4 strokes per
round and leads the Hoosier squad
in this department. As a team,
Indiana has a 2-4-1 record with a
victory over Louisville, a split with
15urdue, a tie and a loss to Ten-
nessee, and two losses to Georgia.
Purdue, a veteran-packed squad,
and Ohio State also Vhave consid-
erable interest in this year's Big
Ten championships," says Katzen-
meyer.
Grab First
Purdue edged out Michigan last
year for first place in the Ohio
State meet and was just as stingy
with third place in the Big Ten
championships.,Ohio State copped
sixth place in the Big Ten finale.
This weekend's tournament will

take place on the Ohio State Scar-
let course, , which Katzenmeyer
calls "a fine test of golf."
"It's a well-trapped course." he,
said, "that calls for strength. You
have got to keep the ball in the
air as long as possible."
He added that the Columbus
area is about two weeks ahead of
the Ann Arbor area as far -as
spring weather goes.
"That will make the greens con-
siderably more alive than ours," he
added. "It will take some adjust-
ment on our part.
"Our putting has improved since
our trip south, though. Pete Pas-
sink and Tom Clark, for example,
have changed their entire ap-
proach. As a whole, the team is
putting more firmly and with
more confidence."
Michifish Set
To Entert ain
In Water Ballet
Who are the Michifish?
Well, that's a good question, but
in a nutshell they are Michigan's
entry in the Midwest Intercollegi-
ate Synchronized Swimming Meet,
which is being held this morning
and afternoon at the Women's
Pool.
The Michifish are females, and
they will be competing against
similar groups from Western
Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Cen-
tral Michigan, Michigan State, Ad-
rian, Ball State, Iowa State, Ohio
State, Purdue, Chicago, and Bowl-
ing Green.
Admission to the meet is grat-
is and the public is welcome.
Michigan entrants in the stunt
competition are; Lucia Kaminski,
Mary Kazlusky, Joyce Briere, and
Judy Ahronheim. In the solo rou-
tine competition, Miss Kaminski
will perform. "solitary bird," while
the routine duet entitled "tragedy-
comedy" willbe performed by Bar-
bara Herrick and Miss Kaminski.
In the team competition, the
quartet of Misses Kaminski, Her-
rick, Kazlusky, and Briere will per-
form the "hunt."

Wahl
Pemberton
Barnhart
Schuldt
Dunston
Boble
Welch
Slusher
Totals
Opponents

1;
0"
1
1
2
0
0
5
10

0,
0
3
0
0
3
2
2
10
5

8
6
21
5
15
14
3
5
77
89

10
1
10
7
11
6
6.
61
58

1.10
2.79
2.92
3.86
5.79
9.67
11.00
4.86
3.43

Angels Rout Lary, 8-3

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By The associated Press

DETROIT - The Los Angeles
Angels scored five runs in the
first three innings off Frank Lary
and went on to an 8-3 baseball
victory over the Detroit Tigers
yesterday.
The Angels picked up six hits
off the Detroit right-hander, in-
cluding a two-run home run by
Albie Pearson in the second in-
ning.
Gridders Clash
Michigan's spring football
squad will hold its second scrim-
mage this afternoon at Ferry
Field. The action begins at 2
p.m., and spectators are wel-
come.
Bob Rodgers' single in the third
drove in the fifth Los Angeles run
and sent Lary to the showers. The
Angels scored twice more in the
seventh on a walk and three
singles.
Phils, Cubs Hold Slugfest
CHICAGO-Pitcher Art Mahaf-
fey's three-run clout was the home
run that counted as the Phila-
delphia Phils outlasted the Chi-
cago Cubs 10-8 in a Cub home
opener spiced with eight wind-

and Roy Sievers came in the six-
run Phil fifth. In the Cub fifth,
Lou Brock end Billy Williams hit
successive homers which matched
the major league two-team record
of .five for one inning.
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