THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Trackmen Face Chicago Club
Netters Pla Iowa Illini
By JIM LA SOVAGE
"If they show up with all of
their guys, it'll be a real good
meet," comments assistant track
coach Dave Martin on tomorrow's
meet with the Chicago Track
This remark was the result of
an indoor track meet last Janu-
ary when the club from Chicago
appeared with only about half of
its roster. Members of the club
live in all parts of Illinois-
The meet, Michigan's only home
dual meet of the outdoor season,
will be Saturday, with field events
starting at 1:30 p.m. and running
to begin 20 min-
The Dascola Barbers
will be open
The cindermen from Chicago
boast the running of Willie May
in the high hurdles. May finished
second in the 1960 Olympics at
Many of the Chicago Track
Club members are former college
stars, some from the Big Ten. Jim
Peterson will be running the mile
and two-mile races. He formerly
held the mile championship in
the Big Ten.
Roger Kerr, an ex-Iowa speed-
ster, will race the 440- and 880-
yard events for Chicago. A Big
Eight sprint champion, Henry
Wiebe, will participate in the
dashes. Vic Reeve, a one-time
University of Oregon performer,
will also run the two-mile event.
Reeve has posted a time of 8:47
in that race. An Illinois product,
Arland Lecrone, will high jump
Putting the shot will be Andy
Merutka, whom Martin describes
as "a good shot putter, who can
throw the shot about 58 feet." He
is an Illinois high school cham-
pion and Northwestern flunk-out
Another runner Martin points out
is Dave Mellady, who runs in the
880 and mile.
A week from Saturday, the
Wolverine thinclads will travel to
Lafayette, Indiana for the In-
diana Federation Meet. The fol-
lowing weekend will see the Big
Ten Meet at Evanston, Illinois.
Michigan will be trying to repeat
its winter indoor championship,
but Martin says that the compe-
tition will be rougher.
Wisconsin, a team which was
hurt indoors by several injuries
to key men, will be stronger. "If
they're at full strength," says
Martin, "they could run away
with the meet.' He added that he
expected Michigan and Ohio State
to be contenders, too.
In last year's Western Confer-
ence Meet, Michigan came in
third behind Iowa and Wisconsin.
Iowa beat the Badgers by only a
point, but this year the Hawkeyes
lost most of their team through
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By JIM TINDALL
While everybody on campus is
worrying about finals, Michigan's
tennis team journeys to East Lan-
sing 'today for meets with Illinois
Illinois has five lettermen that
posted a 4-8 dual meet record last
season. Captain Frank Noble,
By Dick Reynolds
Decide All-Year Titles
With all but the spring sports completed, four of the five I-M
all-year titles have been decided. Taking honors in their respective
divisions are Sigma Alpha Epsilon (Social Fraternity), Wenley House
(Residence Hall), Phi Chi (Professional Fraternity) and the Maple
Leafs (Independent). The lone title still in the offing is the Faculty
league where Nuclear Engineering and the Psychology departments
are waging a red-hot battle.
In the social fraternity race, Sigma Alpha Epsilon wrapped up
its second straight all-year crown, and its fourth in five years, by
scoring 1651 points and winning seven championships. The SAE's
won championships in "A" and "B" football, "B" basketball, the re-
lays, indoor track, foul throwing and paddleball.
The winners could add another title in "B" softball by defeat-
ing the winner of the Lambda Chi Alpha-Phi Gamma Delta in the
Sigma Phi Epsilon finished second, scoring 1374 points; Lambda
Chi Alpha third with 1524 (not counting spring sports), Beta Theta
Pi fourth with 1533 (counting spring sports totals) and Alpha Delta
Phi fifth with 1479.
Wenley House is on the way to residence hall honors with a
172 point lead over its nearest competitor Michigan House. Gomberg
House is third with 1477, followed by Winchell (1418) and Allen-.
Last year's runnerup in the profesisonal fraternity division, Phi
Chi, holds a 113 point lead over defending champion Delta Sigma
Delta with only softball to be completed. Nu Sigma Nu is in third
place with 897 points, trailed by the Law Club (855) and Phi Delta
The Maple Leafs downed the Guides for the softball champion-
ship in the Independent division and in doing so captured the all-
John Sisson, Tom McCollum,
Larry Moss, and Bob Shineflung
give the Illini the experience they
have lacked for the past few sea-
sons. Illinois will also start Tom
Bauer, a sophomore, in their meet
with the Wolverines.
Iowa also fields a veteran squad
of six lettermen-Elliot Abrons,
Dennis Ellertson, Gary Fletcher,
Marcus Mears, Dick Riley, and
Dave Strauss; however, these
monogram winners have been
pushed all season by sophomores
Tom Benson and Arden Stolstad
for regular spots.
Last season the Hawkeyes won
10 dual meets while dropping 8.
Coach Don Klotz's men finished
fifth in the final Big Ten stand-
ings behind Northwestern, Michi-
gan, Indiana, and Michigan State.
Following this triangular meet,
coach Bill Murphy's netmen wrap
up their dual meet schedule with
a home meet against the Buck-
eyes of Ohio State on May 16.
A week from Thursday, the
Wolverines will be engaged in the
Big Ten tennis championships at
Michigan is rated as one of the
two teams with a chance to keep
the Wildcats of Northwestern
from retaining the crown that
they took away from the Blue two
years ago. The other contender is
Indiana. The Hoosiers beat Michi-
;an 7-2 in a dual meet earlier
this season. Indiana, with a loss
to Northwestern, is presently sec-
ond in the conference, to the
Wildcats who have an unblem-
ished slate. Michigan is presently
third with a 4-2 mark.
In the individual slots Marty
Reissen and Clark Graebner are
favored to retain their first dou-
bles and first and second singles
crowns, nearly wrapping up the
Wildcats second straight title.
Harry Fauquier gave Reissen a
good battle in their meeting on
Evanston's courts last week, and
with a proper draw, Fauquier may
get another chance to upset the
At third singles, it looks to be
close between Bill Rice of North-
western and Charlie Kane of In-
diana, who may have to enter
the tournament in the number
two spot because of an injury to
Brian Flood of Michigan, Tim
Sheehan of NU, and Alan Gra-
ham of Indiana are all contenders
for the fourth singles title.
At fifth man, Indiana's Jim
Binkley goes into the meet with
a 17-0 record at that spot. Second
to Binkley is Bill Dixon of Mich-
igan who dumped Northwestern's
Tig Templeton in three sets at
Second and third doubles title
are up for grabs with several
schools sporting good teams. The
teams of Fauquier-Hal Lowe, and
Dixon-Swift appear to be in fairly
good positions to pick up points
for the Wolverines.
Following the Big Ten cham-
pionships, the next meet for the
team is the NCAA Championship
meet to be held in Lansing on
June 15-20. Favorites here include
Northwestern, Southern Cali-
fornia and UCLA.
Delta Tau Delta, on the arm
and bat of pitcher Barry Sam-
mons, won the "A" fraternity
softball title yesterday by defeat-
ing defending champion Sigma Phi
Sammons blanked the Sig Eps
on two hits and drove in all three
runs. His solo home run in the
first inning and two-run single in
the fifth gave the winners the
The Sig Eps and their all I-M
pitcher Duane Black were ousted
from the tournament by the Delts
who rose to the occasion with slick
fielding and double plays each
time the Sig Eps challenged.
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