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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1962

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PANE

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1962 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

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Miami

SERIES EVENED:
Chicago Defeats Toronto 4-1

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By JAN WINKELMAN
The Michigan tennis team drop-
ped two meets to a strong Uni-
versity of Miami squad 9-1 and
6-1 last Friday and Saturday, but
the losses did not mar their week
of practice in Florida.
Friday and Saturday's matches
were the only ones scheduled on
the tennis team's spring agenda.
The team spent the earlier part
of the week in practice. Because
of the bad weather previously in
Ann Arbor, the Spring trip was
the first time this year any of the
boys played on clay courts.
Murphy Not Disappointed
Coach Bill Murphy was not dis-
appointed at the two losses. Miami
had won 97 straight meets in a
row prior to Friday and is one
of the strongest tennis schools in
the country.
Furthermore Miami was at the
end of its tennis schedule and
playing on home courts. Also, some
of the Wolverine netters were
bothered by the slowness of the
clay in comparison with the wood
they had been accustomed to play-
ing on indoors in Ann Arbor.
Senkowski Wins
The only two victories registered
Friday. and Saturday came from
the number two singles victory by
Ray Senkowski Saturday and the
number three doubles victory Fri-
day.
Michigan's lone victory Friday
was gained by Tom Beach and
Ron Linclau. They outlasted the
Miami duo of Joe Schwartz and
Tom Wright 9-7, 6-4.
The meets Friday and Saturday
were interrupted on several oc-
casions by sporadic showers. The
weather earlier in the week was
perfect for tennis, however.
Senkowski, playing number one
singlyes Friday lost to Rod Men-
delson 10-8, 6-0. Senkowski, who
was number one singles champion
in the Big Ten meet last year, will
be playing first singles for the
Wolverines again this year.
John Karabasz downed Harry

CHICAGO (P)-Bobby Hull and
Reggie Fleming slammed home
two goals each last night giving
Chicago a 4-1 victory over Toron-
to in a game which had a touch
of everything and squared their
best-of-seven Stanley Cup cham-'
pionship series at two games each.
Toronto suffered a serious blow
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

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when goalie John Bower had tot
leave the game in the first period
because of a torn muscle in his
left thigh. It was extremely doubt-
ful if Bower will be available for
the rest of the series.
Bower Injured
Midway in the first period with
neither team able to score, Hull
fired a blistering longshot from the
blue line and Bower made a div-
ing save, snaring the puck in his
glove. However, Bower slipped and
did the splits injuring himself.
At 10:35, Hull, assisted by Mi-
kita put the Hawks in front 1-0
and that's how it stood until less
than six minutes remained to play
when Bower asked to leave the
ice.
Simmons in Net
Don Simmons was summoned
and tie two teams took their cus-
tomary first period rest at this
stage of the game. After return-
ing to the ice they finished the
period and then switched goals,
immediately commencing with the
second period.
With Bower out, the Hawks took
advantage of the situation and a

minute after Simmons had taken
over, Fleming made it 2-0 with
his first goal of the series and first
against the Leafs all season.
Kelly Scores
Toronto closed the gap shortly
before the first period ended on a
goal by Red Kelly with George
Armstrong and Dick Duff picking
up assists but that was to be as
close as the Leafs could get.
Frank Mahovlich drew a penal-
ty 26 seconds into the second per-
iod and 20 seconds later Hull pow-
ered home his second goal of the
game and seventh of the playoffs.
It was a powerful slap shot from
around the blue, the type of shot
which knocked Bower out of com-
mission.
Fleming's second goal came at
7:31 of the period and the Hawks
sent up a howl when the red light
failed to go on. Referee Frank
Udvari, however, signaled a goal
making it 4-1. At first it was be-
lieved the goal judge had disal-
lowed the score but later it was
reported that the light failed to go
on because of mechanical difficul-
ties.

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a-Los Angeles 3 1 .750
New York 3 1 .750
Chicago 4 2 .667
Cleveland 3 2 .600
Washington 2 2 .500
Detroit 2 2 .500
Baltimore 2 3 .400
Boston 2 4 .333
Minnesota 2 4 .333
a-Kansas City 2 4 .333
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

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RAY SENKOWSKI SPLITS-Number one singles man Ray Sen-
kowski won onice and lost once in his two matches over vacation.
He lost to Miami's first singles man Rod Mendelson 10-8, 6-0 and
beat number two singles man John Karabasz 6-2, 6-2.

Fauquier by identical 6-1 scores
in the second singles match Fri-
day. John Hamill sent Gerry Du-
bie to defeat 6-3, 6-2 in third
singles action.
Singles Sweep
Captain Jim Tenney lost to C.
W. Shackleford 6-2, 6-4 and Tom
Beach lost to Hugh Quinn 6-2, 2-6,
6-3. Joe Schwartz beat Ron Lin-
clau 6-2, 6-4 for sixth singles
Miami's Tom Wright rounded out
the singles sweep Friday by over-
powering Alix McCleery 6-0, 6-4
Friday's first doubles match was
interesting. Manderson and Hamill
teamed to defeat Michigan's tough
combo of Senkowski and Fau-
quier, 6-4, 10-8. Fauquier, being
a sophomore, had not officially
played for Michigan before Friday
as a varsity member. He worked.
though, with Senkowski most of
this summer on the tennis circuit.

Fauquier was Canadian National
Junior Champion two years ago
and is one of Michigan's top
young prospects. Either he or Du-
bie will be playing second singles
for the Wolverines this season.
Tenney and Dubie came close
to winning Friday at number two
doubles. Theywere overcome 6-2,
4-6 and 6-3 by Shackleford and
Karabasz.
Beach and Linclau Win
Beach and Linclau victimized
Schwartz and Wright for the lone
Wolverine victory Friday. They
won by the scores of 9-7, 6-4.
Saturday Coach Murphy alter-
nated his men somewhat in play-
ing seven singles matches. Mendel-
son beat Fauquier 6-1, 6-1 for first
singles. Senkowski dropped to the
number two spot and defeated
Karabasz 6-2, 6-2. The rest of
the matches were won by Miami.
Tenney lost to Mamill 6-1, 6-2
and Dubie was overcome by
Shackleford, 6-2, 6-0. Quinn .own-
ed Linclau 6-2, 6-1 and Wright
defeated Beach 6-1, 6-3. McCleery
lost to Schwartz 6-2, 6-2.
Murphy was satisfied with the
team's performance. There were
no injuries and Michigan did not
expect to beat Miami. The South-
ern trip is primarily for getting
used to playing outside.
Coach Murphy is remaining in
Florida, but will return in time
for the Wolverines' first match
next Wednesday against Ohio
Wesleyan here at Ann Arbor.

Detroit 9, Kansas City 2
Chicago 8, Minnesota 0
Cleveland 5, Boston 0
New York 8, Baltimore 3
a-Kansas City at Los Angeles (n),
inc.
TODAY'S GAMES.
Washington at Detroit
Chicago at Minnesota
New York at Baltimore
Kansas City at Los Angeles
(Only games scheduled)

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Houston 5, New York 2 (11 inn.)
Pittsburgh 10, Chicago 6
Los Angeles 8, San Francisco 7
St. Louis at Philadelphia, cold
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at New York
San Francisco at Milwaukee
Houston at Chicago
Los Angeles at Cincinnati
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia

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Ten women swimmers and divers
including six University students
will represent the Ann Arbor Swim
Club in the National AAU Wom-
en's Swimming championships
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
at Sacramento, Calif.
The Ann Arbor group won its
fourth straight women's state AAU
championship last weekend. Suzy
Thrasher was awarded the Elks
Trophy as the best female swim-
mer in the meet. Miss Thrasher
won the trophy in 1960 and shared
it with teammate Susan Rogers in
1961.
Thrasher Wins Four
In the state AAU meet, Miss
Thrasher captured first places in
four events and set records in
three of them. The 250-yd. free-
style and 500-yd. freestyle marks
she set were 2:45.5 and 5:35.5 re-
spectively. Her time of 2:21.5 in
the 200-yd. butterfly was fast
enough for a record but her clock-
ing of 1:03.8 was short of the'
record.
Miss Rogers was a triple winner.
She set records of 2:26.4 and 5:14.9
respectively in the 200- and 400-
yd. individual medley events. The
250-yd. breastroke title was
claimed by her in the time of
3:25.

Eileen Murphy. These two plus
Miss Thrasher and Miss Rogers
were second in the 400-yd. free-
style relay at the state AAU meet.
Coach Rose Mary (Mann) Daw-
son's four swimmers will be joined
by six of Coach Dick Kimball's
divers. They are Karen Ryan,
Linda Lyall, Gretchen Groth,
Becky Walther, Sarah Watt, and
June Mo.ri
The club is still in the process of
collecting money to finance its
trip to California. Contributors
should get in touch with Coach
Dawson, Coach Kimball, or any
team member. Recently hte Elks
Youth Club presented the Swim
Club with a check for $1,000.
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Chi Phi 11, Delta Tau Delta 6
Zeta Psi 18, Phi Kappa Sigma 0
Trigon 14, Alpha Delta Phi 7
Zeta Beta Tau 7, Phi Kappa Psi 5
Delta Kappa Epsilon 16, Sigma Nu 3
Phi Delta Theta 13, Phi Epsilon Pi 9
Phi Sigma Delta over Beta Theta P1
by forfeit
'B' FRATERNITY
Delta Tau Delta 40, Psi Upsilon 13
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 9, Kappa Sigma 2
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