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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MAY'S. 1964

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'M' Nine Maintain Big Ten Lead

DEFENDING CHAMPS REIGN, 6-3:
NU Third Sets Beat Netmen

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threw away to let in two more
runs. Chan Simonds followed with
a sacrifice fly and the Wolverines
led 4-0.
The Illini then brought in Mario
Campanaro from the bullpen and
he was greeted with a long double
by George Skaff. The pitcher
Wahl then hit a bloop single and
drove in the fifth and sixth runs.
Pitcher Trots Home
The Wolverines scored again in
the third on three hits and a pair
of Illinois errors. Wahl again
drove a key blow, a single to left
that Dave Ryniec missed.
Skaff, who had walked, scored
on Wahls drive, and the pitcher'
trotted home when Gilhooley hit
an infield shot for a base hit.
With the score 8-0, Tate led off
the fourth with a booming 385-
foot home run that hit the tefnis
courts in centerfield on the fly.
Three pitches later, Simonds
clouted his first collegiate homer,
a line shot over the fence in right
field, some 350-feet away.
Campbell, Too
The third Michigan homer was
hit by captain Campbell in the
seventh, following a three-run
outbreak in the sixth with the
help of two errors by reserve Illi-
nois secondbaseman Ron Chris-
topher.
Illinois scored its sole run in
the fifth when the pitcher, walked
and was followed by a long double
by Ron Maurer.
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The second game was more of
the same, as the Illini made three
miscues which Michigan inter-
spersed with seven timely hits.
Quick Recovery
The Illini looked as if they were
on the rebound when they took a
1-0 lead in the second inning, but
four tallies by the Wolverines in
the last of the second ended all
hopes for Illinois' first Big Ten
victory in six starts.

Tate started the fireworks in
the second with a sharp single
to right. Meyers then walked, the'
first of three that he drew in the
seven-inning nightcap, and all
hands were safe when Illinois
shortstop Jim Vopicka hit Meyers
at second with his throw. Skaff
singled in a run, after Jerry Wey-
gandt had thrown a wild pitch,
and the Wolverines' new catcher,
Pete Adams hit the fourth one in
with a ground out to short.j

EVANSTON-Michigan suffered
its second Big Ten tennis loss of
the season yesterday at the hands
of defending Big Ten champion
Northwestern, 6-3.
The Wolverines gave the Wild-
cats one of their better matches
of the season, extending the con-

ference champs to four three-set Another Michigan soph, Jim
matches. The Blue lost three of Swift, came out in the winners'
these in the third set. column, dumping senior Carver
Sophomore Bill Dixon went the Blanchard in straight sets, 9-7,
limit with Tig Templeton and won 6-3. Swift is now 8-8 for the sea-
in the third set to take a 6-4, 5-7, son.
6-4 victory. Loss in Doubles

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Bombs Away for Six Straight

SET RECORDS:
Cindermen Stomp
j Penn State, 90-41

FIRST GAME

new classical
guitar on campus
That charming Englishman,
Julian Bream is here! One
side of his latest album has
Rodrigo's melodic
"Concierto de Aranjuez,"
a Spanish work in the folk
idiom with chamber orches-
tra and Bream as guitar
soloist. The other side stars
Bream as lutenist in his
own setting of the "Courtly
Dances" from Britten's
opera "Gloriana," as well
as Bream's own edition of
Vivaldi's "Concerto for Lute
and Strings." Fresh, bright!
As full of life as Spring itself!

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Q90.

MICHIGAN
Gilhooley, rf
DiNunzio, If
Laslo, 2b
Campbell, ss
Tate, of
Meyers, if
Bara, If-ef
Simonds, lb
Skaff, 3b
Adams, c
Wahl, p
Totals
ILLINOIS
Maurer, cf- b
Ferguson, lb
Kasper, rf-cf
Crouse, cf
Ryniec, if
b-Mappa, If
Vopicka, ss
Stonich, Ib
a-Peterson, rf
Belsole, 3b
Jonas, 2b
c-Christopher, 2b
Baker, c
Fitzgerald, c
Tookey, p
Campanaro, p
Shrode, p
Freehi il, p
e-Callaghan

AB R H RBI
4 1 2 1
0 0 0 0
6 1 2 1
42 1 1
3 1 0 1
2 0 1 0
4 2 2 2
4 3 2 1
4 1 0 1
4 1 3 4
38 14 14 13

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AB R
3 0
2 0
3 0
2 0
2 0
1 0
4 0
10
4 0
4 0
2 0
2 0
3 0+
1 0
0 0+
0 0
0 0
1 0+

H RBI
2 1
1 0
0 0
S0
0 0
1 0
10
0 0
0 0
1 0
0 0
1 0
0 0
1 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0

SECOND GAME
MICHIGAN AB R H RBI
Gilhooley, rf 4 0 1 2
Laslo, 2b 4 0 1 0
Campbell, ss 4 1 1 0
Tate, cf 4 2 21
Meyers, if 1 2 0 0
Simonds, lb 3 2 1 1
Skaff, 3b 3 3 1 1
Adams, c 2 0 0 0
Pemberton, p 1 1 0 2
Totals 26 11 7 7
ILLINOIS AB R H RBI
Maurer, lb 4 0 0 0
Mappa, if 3 0 0 0
Vopicka, ss 3 1 1 0
Callaghan, rf 3 1 2 0
Kasper, cf 3 0 1 1
Weygandt, p 2 0 0 0
a-Stonich 1 0 0 0
Peden, p 0 00 0
Baker, c 2 1 1 1
Belsole, 3b 2 0 0 0
Jonas, 2b 3 0 1 1
Totals 26 3 6 3
a--Grounded out for Weygantd in 6th,
ILLINOIS 010 002 0- 3 6 3
MICHIGAN 040 250 x-11 7 0
E-Vopicka, Belsole, Maurer. LOB
--Michigan 5, Illinois 4. 2B -- Gil-
hooley, Campbell, Baker, gasper.
SB-Tate. SF-Pemberton.
PITCHING SUMMARIES
IP R H ER BB SO
Weygandt (L, 3-2) 5 11 7 6 5 1
Peden 1 0 0 0 2 3
Pemberton (W, 2-0) 7 3 6 3 2 5
WP-Peden.

Totals

36 1 8 1

J".T.L..AZ*-TREAM
Rodrigo: Concierto de Aranjuez for Guitar and Orchestra
Colin Davis conducting the Melos Chamber Orchestra
Vivaldi: Concerto for Lute and Strings
Britten: The Courtly Dances from "Gloriana"
The Jularn -Bream Consort

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MICHIGAN 602 203 Olx-14 14 3

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New York 5 5 .500
Washington 7 9 .438
Los Angeles 6 8 .429
Boston 5 S .385
Kansas City 4 8 .333
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
Washington 5, New York 4
Cleveland 6, Baltimore 4
Detroit 4, Boston 0
Chicago 3, Los Angeles 1
Minnesota 7, Kansas City 3
TODAY'S GAMES
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Special To The Daily
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. .--
Michigan trackmen completely
outclassed the Nittany Lions of
Penn State here yesterday, amass-
ing a 90-41 win.
On route to the win three new
Michigan varsity records were
placed in the books.
Al Ammerman cleared 6'10" to
break Ted Williams' old outdoor
mark of 6'91/4" set in 1962. Bob
Densham who took second in yes-
Nittanies Knocked
SHOT PUT-1. Schmitt (M). 2.
Urbathick (PS). 3. Soudek (M).
iiistance-52'.
HIGH JUMP-1. Ammerman (M).
2. Densham (M). 3. Frisk (PS).
Height-6'10" (new varsity outdoor
record).
BROAD JUMP-1. Rowser (M). 2.
Sweeney (M). 3. Gregg (PS). Dist-
ance--22'9 ".
POLE VAULT-1. Canamere (M).
2. Penherton (PS). 3. Wells (M).
Height-13'6".
DISCUS-1. Soudek (M). 2. Lam-
bert (M). 3. Schmitt (M). Distance
-185'5" (new varsity record).
JAVELIN-1. Terza (PS). 2. Crom-
boltz (PS). 3. Kowalsky (PS). Dist-
ance-217' (no Michigan entries).
MILE RUN - 1. Ryan (M). 2.
Lampman (PS). 3. Hayes (M). Time
--4:29.9.
440 YARD RUN=i. Bernard (M).
2. Romain (M). 3. Wade rM). Time
-:47.1 (new varsity record for two
turns).
100-YARD DASH-1. Burnley (M).
2. Brown (M). 3. Gregg (PS). Time-
:10.0.
120-YARD HIGH HURDLES - 1.
Nuttall (M). 2. Berkill (PS). 3.
Kohns (M). Time-:14.9.
880-YARD DASH-1. Norde (M).
2. Kelly (M). 3. Berdick (PS). Time
-1:53.0.
220-YARD DASH-1. Hunter (M).
2. Gregg (PS). 3. Wayne (PS). Time
-:22.2.
330-YARD INTERMEDIATE HUR-
DLES-1. Skena (PS). 2., Woodton
(M). 3. Barnhill (PS). Time-:39.9.
TWO MILE RUN-1. Benedict (M).
2. Murray (M). 3. Lampman (PS).
Time-9 :22.9.
MILE RELAY--1. Penn State. 2.
Michigan. Time--3:20.7.
THE DASCOLA BARBERS
THE DASCOLA HAIRSTYLISTS
and
THE UNION BARBERSHOP
will be open
Monday-Saturday.
Each barber is
still working on a
rotating, 5-day week basis.

terday's meet holds the indoor
record of 6'101/2" set this fallin
Yost, Field House. Ammerman's
leap ties him for the best jump
in collegiate track thus far this
spring.
Ernst Soudek spun the discus
185'5" to break his old mark of
176'4/" set this spring at the
Ohio Relays.
Michigan's other mark was set
by junior Kent Bernard. In one
of his infrequent chances to run
an open 440 Bernard turned in a
:47.1 to break his own mark of
:48.0 for thmeb440 around two
turns. Still to be captured by the
fleet Trinidadian is the varsity
440 mark for one. turn of :47.0
Warren Briendenbach set in 1940.
"It was a good meet. The track
was in good shape, better than
ours at home, assistant track coach
Dave Martin said after the meet.
Martin blamed the slow times in
the dash events and the hurdles,
:10.0 in the 100, :22.2 in the 200
and :14.9 in the highs. on the
strong wind which was blowing
down the straightaway.

Swift and Dixon played together
in third doubles, falling to Blan-
chard and Templeton, 4-6, 7-5,
6-2.
Wolverine captain Harry Fau-
quier gave Big Ten champ Marty
Riessen one of his best tests yes-
terday. The Canadian pushed
Riessen all the way, but the Wild-
cat ace won in the second and
third sets for a 3-6, 6-4, 6-2 win.
Riessen has been the Big Ten
singles and doubles champion for
the last two years. He also par-
ticipated on the United States
Davis Cup team this winter.
Wolverines' second doubles pair
of Fauquier and Hal Lowe beat
Bill Rice and Tim Sheean, 6-4,
6-4.
-4 Graebner Wins
Clark Graebner powered past
Michigan soph Karl Hedrick in
the second singles spot, 6-2, 6-3
Graebner is the Big Ten second
singles champion and also holds
the first doubles title with Ries-
sen. The Wildcat pair dropped
Hedrick and junior John Fraser
in the first doubles match yester-
day, 6-2, 6-4.

In the ninth match of the day,
junior Brian Flood went three sets
with former Chicago Catholic
League champion Sheean but lost
6-2, 2-6, 6-0. Flood is now 7-3 for
the spring season.
Northwestern's veteran t e a m
also beat Indiana by an identical
score of 6-3. Coach Riessen point-
ed out however, "I believe that
Michigan actually has a better
team than Indiana does. Although
the team scores are the same, the
individual matches were much
closer with Michigan."
Michigan will play its first meet
at home on Tuesday, as the net-
men take on the Spartans of
Michigan State on the varsity
courts at 2:30 p.M.
Tough Fight

x-Played night game.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 3, Cincinnati 0
Milwaukee 4, Philadelphia 2
Pittsburgh 5, St. Louis 4
Chicago 9, Houston 0
San Francisco at LosAngeles (inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Houston
New York at Cincinnati (2)
Philadelphia at Milwaukee
Pittsburgh at St. Louis
San Francisco at Los Angeles

Neutzling Hits
16' Vault Mark
EAST LANSING (IP)-Ohio State
pole vaulter Bob Neutzling became
the first Big Ten competitor in
history to clear 16 feet yesterday..
He vaulted 16-1 in an outdoor
track meet with Michigan State.
Neutzling, a sophomore from
Columbus, Ohio, broke a 13-year-
old mark set by Don Laz of Illi-
nois. Laz vaulted 15 feet-13% inch-
es in a triangular meet with
Michigan and Southern California
at Los Angeles on April 21, 1951.

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SINGLES: 1. Riessen def. Fauquier
(M), 3-6, 6-4, 6-2. 2. Graebner.def.
Hedrick (M), 6-2, 6-3. 3. Rice def.
Lowe (M), 6-2, 6-3. 4. Sheehan def.
Flood (M), 6-2, 2-6, 6-0. 5. Dixon
(M) def. Templeton, 6-4,- 5-7, 6-4. 6.
Swift (M) def. Blanchard, 9-7, 6-3.
DOUBLES: 1. Riessen-Graebner
def. Hedrick-Fraser (M), 6-2, 6-4. 2.
Lowe-Fauquier (M) def. Rice-Shee-
han, 6-4, '6-4. 3. Templeton-Elan-
eshard def. Dixon-Swift (M), 4-6,
7-5, 6-2.

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