THE MICHIGAN DAILY
indermen Win Three Firsts in Ohio Relays
Meanwhile, Michigan started its
Special To The Daily fine showing by getting a third
OLUMBUS-Yesterday, on a place finisii by Cliff Nuttall and
ni soaked and wind-battered a fifth by Roy Woodten in the
der, Michigan turned in a 120-yard high hurdles. Willie May
endid performance in the 40th of the Chicago Track Club won in
nual Ohio Relays. 13.9.
)espite the unheard of running Although not competing in the
ditions, in which there was 100-yard dash, Michigan did take
ppage of the meet for near 30 a fourth in the 440-yard relay.
nutes, the Wolverines won three Dorie Reid, who sprained his
Ats (the two mile and mile re- Achilles tendon which kept him
s and the discus), one second, out of the 100, and Ken Burnley
ee thirds and three fourths. paved the way here for the fourth
'he meet saw plenty of excite- place finish.
nt as 24 high schools and, 24 Chris Murray took the cinder-
leges participated in this an- men's second third place showing
al event. Many of the local sup- in the mile.
ters cheered wildly as their Long Distance
pective high schools competed In the other long distance jaunt,
the sprints and sprint relays. the three mile race, Ted Benedict
cane through with
a fine third
In the field events Roger
Schmitt threw the shot good
enough for second. Cohen of the
Chicago Track Club beat him with
a toss of 55'0". Bill Yearby was
Popular Ernie Soudek won his
specialty, the discus, for one of
Michigan's three firsts. The big,
strong left-hander from Austria
heaved the discus a creditable
The two mile .relay team of Dan
Hughes, Jay Sampson, Cecile
Norde, and Ted Kelley won walk-
ing away by nearly 40 yards in
In the distance medley relay,
composed of the 880, 440, -mile,
'e Match es
and the mile, the trackmen proved
Once again the mile relay
proved to be the most exciting
race of the 'meet as it did in the
Big Ten indoor championships at
Columbus about a month ago.
Michigan turned in a stunning
performance, winning in 3:14.1.
The team, consisting of Dave
Romain, Hughes, Mac Hunter,
and Kent Bernard, again had
strong competition from Al Mon-
talbano, Elzie Higgenbottom and
Bernard, who was two yards be-
hind for the first 20 yards, steam-
ed ahead at the 220 yard mark
and stormed in marvelously win-
ning by 10 yards. His unofficial
time was :46.4.
3 MILE RUN-1, Moore (Central
State); 2, Smith (Western Michi-
gan); 3, Benedict (Michigan); 4,
Banton (Ohio University). Time:
TRIPLE JUMP - 1, O'Connor
(Notre Dame); 2, Bryant (Bowling
Green); 3, Bruch (Notre Dame);
4, Holland (Western Michigan).
Distance:, 44 feet, 11% inches.,
330-YARD INTERMEDIATE HUR-
DLES-1, Vogler (Western Michi-
gan); 2, Lipscomb (Central State);
3, Lee (Western Michigan). Time:
120-YARD HIGH HURDLES --,
May (Chicago Track Club); 2, Dix
(Wisconsin); 3, Nuttall (Michigan).
DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY-880,
440, 3/4 MILE AND MILE-C Miami
of Ohio (Klink, Brubaker, Cunning-
ham, Bachelor); 2, Western Mich-
igan; 3, Notre Dame; 4, Michigan.
440-YARD RELAY-1, Illinois (Wil-
liams, Blanheim, Yavorski and
Jackson); 2, Michigan State; 3,
Western Michigan;. 4, Michigan.
SHOTPU ' - 1, Cohen (Chicago
Track Club); 2, Schmitt (Michi-
gan); 3, Hendrickson (Wisconsin);
4, Yearby (Michigan). Distance: 55
BROAD JUMP-i, Mayfield (Cen-
tral State); 2, Owes (Cincinnati);
3, Holland (Western Michigan); 4,
Bremer (Miami of Ohio). Distance:
SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY - 400-
220-220-880-1, Ohio University (Orr;
Beganie, Baldini and Sugden); 2,
Ohio State; 3, Miami of Ohio; 4, In-
diana. Time: 3:26.6.
880-YARD RUN-i, Mitchell (un-
attached from Athens, Ohio); 2,
Isaacson (unattached from Oxford,
Ohio); 3, Heideman (unattached
from Akron); 4, Mellady (Chicago
Track Club). Time: 1:55.4.
TWO-MILE RELAY-1, Michigan
(Hughes, Sampson, Norde and Kel-
ley); 2, Ohio University; 3, Western
Michigan; 4, Notre Dame. Time:
880-YARD RELAY - 1, Western
Michigan (J. Smith, G. Smith,
Vogler, Schriefer); 2, Indiana; 3,
Central State; 4, Ohio University.
3,000-METER STEEPLECHASE -
1, Bacheler (Miami of Ohio); 2,
Manley (Wisconsin); 3, Moore (Cen-
tral State); 4, Dean (Notre Dame).
MILE RELAY-SMALL COLLEGES
-1, University of Chicago (Rich-
ards, McKenzie, Swan, Williams);
2, Otterbein; 3, Capital; 4, Kenyon,.
HIGH JUMP - 1, Curry (Kent
State); 2, Oliphant (unattached
from Kalamazoo, Mich.); 3, Miller
(Indiana); 4, Holden (Wisconsin).
Height: 6 feet, 4 inches.
MILE RELAY - MAJOR COL-
LEGES - 1, Michigan (Romain,
Hughes, Hunter, Bernard); 2, Wis-
consin; 3, Miami; 4, Indiana. Time:
ONE'MILE RUN-1, Coffey (Notre
Dame); 2, Nelson (Western Mich-
igan); 3, Murray (Michigan);, A
Zemper (Michigan State). Time:
100-YARD DASH-1, Wiebe (Chi-
cago Track Club); 2, Schreifer
(Western Michigan); 3, Smith
(Western Michigan). Time: :9.6.
POLE VAULT-1, Neutzling (Ohio
State); 2, Turcheck (Western Mich-
igan; 3, Seiberlich (Wisconsin); 4,
Davis (Indiana). Distance: 14 feet,
N en Fail in Cbs
6-2, in a well-played match. Hed-
rick kept his ground strokes deep
and in the corners, forcing weak
returns by the Hoosier that were.
fair game for the Wolverine's fine
In third singles, Charlie Kane of
of Indiana topped John Fraser by
a score of 2-6, 6-4, 6-3. This vic-
tory lengthened Kane's undefeated
season, as he now stands 10-0.
Hoosier Allan Graham dumped
Hal Lowe in the fourth singles
match quite handily, 6-3, 6-1.
Lbwe teamed with Fauquier in
the doubles, but the combo was
narrowly edged by Kane and Gra-
ham, 8-6, 11-9 in an extremely
Fifth singles man Brian Flood
met with considerable frustration
today as he had, seven match
points on Hoosier Jin Binkley, but
was unable to pick up the final
point of the match. He eventually
went down in defeat, 3-6, 9-7, 8-6,
In Saturday's longest match.
In coach Murphy's only lineup
change, Bill Dixon played sixth
singles, in place of his sophomore
doubles partner Jim Swift. Dixon
played a strong match, and was
the first one finished, as he ran
Chill Fichter off the court, 6-1,
6-4. Dixon and Swift played to-
gether again today in doubles, but
the pair was bested by Binkley
and Fichter, 6-3, 6-4.
In the most crowd-pleasing
match today, Power and McNerly
defeated Hedrick and Fraser in
the first doubles contest, 8-6, 7-5.
SINGLES: 1. Power (I) def. Fau-
quier, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2. 2. Hedrick (M)
def. McNerly, 6-2, 6-2. 3. Kane (I)
def. Fraser, 2-6, 6-4, 6-3. 4. Graham
(I) def. Lowe, 6-3,,6-i. 5.' Binkley
(I) def. Flood, 3-6, 9-7, 8-6. 6. Dix-
on (M) del. Fichter, 6-1, 6-4.
DOUBLES: 1. Power-McNerly (I)
def. Hedrick-Fraser, 8-6, 7-5. 2.
Kane-Graham (I) def. Fauquier-
Lowe, 8-6, 11-9. 3. Binkley-Fichter
(I) def. Dixon-Swift, 6-3, 6-4.
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Golfers Finish Last
In Rain-Halted Meet
By GARY WINER
Acting Associate Sports Editor
Special To he Daily
COLUMBUS-Only two Wolver-
ines managed to crack 80 here,
yesterday, as Michigan's golf team
finished last in its quadrangular
meet, in what golf' Coach pert
Katzenmeyer termed a "horrible
Rain delayed play twice in ,the
morning round, and wher another
thunderstorm hit in the early aft-
ern'oon, the meet was called, with
only the morning rounds counted
for the competition.
Purdue, which won this same
tournament, last year, ran away
from the field with a total of
376 strokes. Indiana was second at
382; Ohio State, 383; and Michi-
Michigan lettermen Tom Clark
and captain Gary Mouw fired
rounds of 73 and 74, respectively,
over the Ohio State par 36-36-
72, 7,120 yard championship Scar-
let Golf Course.
Clark was "dead" with his put-
ter most of the day while put-
ting together nines of 37-36.
Mouw's nines were 36-38.
Team scores were totaled from
the best 'five rounds of each
squad's seven participants.
Veteran Boilermaker T e r r y
Winter and the Buckeyes' consist-
ent Jim Brown tied for medalist
honors with one under par 71's
while Clark's 73 placed him in
the runnerup position.
Wolverines Pete Passink, Frosty
Evashevski, and Bill Newton shot
81's; Chuck West, 82; and Mark
Katzenmeyer was extremely
disappointed. "I know these fel-
Boston 108, San Francisco 96
Toronto 4, Detroit 2
(Series even, 2-2)
lows have a lot more golf in them
than they displayed out there to-
day. They played a lot better
down -South over vacation, but I
don't think the two-week layoff,
was what made the difference,"
he commented. "We got in enough
practice during those two weeks, I
Ohio State 383
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Wednesday, April 22
Nabs Solo Title
Lucia Kaminsky's first in solo
routine competition led Michigan's
Michifish efforts at the Mid-
west Intercollegiate Synchronized
Swimming Meet, here yesterday.
Miss Kaminsky,/ swimming in
the Women's Pool, also had a
place in practically every high
finish for the M-fish.
In stunt competition she fin-
ished third behind Margaret Con-
stable of Bowling Green and
,Sherry Hauck of Ohio State.
In duet swimming, an event
taken by Lauri Sanvi and Gay
Shirey of Eastern Michigan, she
teamed with Barbara Herrick for
In team synchronized swimming
competition the Michifish quartet
took third place and the Michi-
fish Twelve took fourth. The
event was won by Bowling Green.
Naturally Miss Kaminsky com-
peted with the quartet.
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ANN ARBOR BARBERS ASSOCIATION
QUESTION-Why are Barbers excited?
ANSWER-We are going to take all Mondays off be-
ginning May 4, 1964.
A-We are working a 54-hour week, 5 days a week
with no time for ourselves or our families.
Q-Do the barbers belong to a Union?
A-No we are affiliated with the State Association. The
Ann Arbor group are known as Local 80.
Q-What is the purpose of the Association?
A-To better the working conditions of the barber and
to protect the sanitation of the barber shops for
the customer's benefit.
Q-Are we considering a price raise?
A-Not at the present time-our last price raise was
in 1959. Our objective now is maintain our present
price ($2.00) and encourage the price cutters to
charge this same amount.
Q-Why not alternate days off?
A-This is to assure you that all barbers are working
the same 5 days and you will know the exact
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