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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

[etmen Face Rugged T est in T ournament

Linksters Play in Five-Team Ike

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By GARY WINER
Acting Associate Sports Editor
sI'd sure like to see a littl sun-
out there and really begin to play
some golf," golf coach Bert Kat-
zenmeyer lamented yesterday.
"I'm not blaming our poor play
on the weather, yet, but if we
don't begin to improve by next
Name Erwi
Michigan trampoline ace Gary
Erwin was named to the national
all-star gymnastic team yesterday
by the National AsscoiationoW
by the National Association of
College Gymnastic Coaches.
John Hamilton and Fred San-
ders, Erwin's teammates, picked up
second and third team honors, re-
spectively.
Also placed on the 1964 Col-
legiate All-American Gymnastic
Team was Arno Lascari, who made
the third team on the parallel bars.
Erwin, a junior and the new
captain of Michigan's gymnastic
squad, repeated as the first team's
trampolinist, lie had previously
finished second in the World
Trampoline Championships in
England.
Lascari, last year's captain of
the Michigan team, earned his
spot even though he suffered from
an elbow injury for most of the
season just completed.

week, then I'll start worrying," he
continued. '
Michigan State is hosting a
pentangular meet tomorrow over
ad the competition wils Ce th
first for the Wolverines since their
last-place finish in a field of four,
two weeks ago at Columbus.
Besides the Spartans and the
Wolverines, Northwestern, Indi-
ana and Wisconsin will be com-
peting.
Katzenmeyer is taking a total of
nine players, although the scor-

ing will be based on the five best
scores out of six for each 18-hole
round. This meet will cover 36
hoes.
Eaptai skGary Mouw and Frosty
over this sName course in a dua~l
meet with the Spartans last year,
lead the Wolverines, who up to
now "have not seen their. poten-
tial," according to Katzenmeyer-
Pete Passink, Mark Yahn, Tom
Clark, Bill Newton, Chuck West,
Jim Evashevski, and Eric Dollen-
berg will round out the squad.

Passink shot a 75 in the meet
last year while Clark and Yahn
had rounds of 77 and 79, respec-
tively. Dollenberg and the younger
Evashevski will be seeing varsity
competition for the first time this
year. "I think both those boys
played some good golf last week-
end," Katzenmeyer remarked, "so
it o travel withte nrest of th
Ac c or d ing to Katzenmeyer,
Northwestern has a better teanm
than last year's, which finished
in the second division of the con-
ference. Seniors Jeff Jones and
Al McLean are the Wildcats' low
scorers.
Indiana currently is sporting a
7-5-1 season record a'nd in the
meet at Ohio State, the Hoosiers
placed second in the field with a
team total of 382 to the Wolver-
ines' 390.
Katzenmeyer is looking for a
lot of competition from the Badg-
ers, who were runners-up in the
Big Ten meet last year.
Michigan State has a 1-1 con-
ference record after last week's
loss to Purdue at Lafayette. The
Spartans' top player, Phil Mart-
son, clicked off his best rounds of
the year when he fired a 75-73-
148 total.
Spring weather in Ann Arbor
closed the University Blue course
earlier this week and the team
confined its activities to the prac-
tice tee.
"I'm not happy about our per-
formances to date," Katzenmeyer
said. "To be honest, I'm not look-
ing for real good scores this week-
end because I don't think we're
that far along yet. Something has
to give soon, and I sure hope it's
the weathr, he nluded.
22-23 at Minneapolis.
Major League
Standing
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Chcagon at NwYor (r-ain)
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Cleveland at Baltimore (n)
Los Angeles at Chicago (n)
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Philadelphia 3, Cincinnati 1
Houston 7, Los Angeles 3
San Francisco at Chicago (rain)
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (rain)
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
San Francisco at Los Angeles (n)
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (n)
New York at Cincinnati (n)
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (n)
Chicago at Houston (n)
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