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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2a, x962

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25. 1962

'M' Nine Downs Central Michigan

FIRST HOME MEET:
Netmen Play Host
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By JIM BERGER
Behind the five-hit pitching of
Wayne Slusher, a sophomore, the
Michigan baseball team defeated
Central Michigan, 5-2, yesterday
at Ferry Field.
The Wolverines will play Notre
Dame this afternoon at Ferry
Field starting at 3:30.
Slusher, winning his second vic-
tory of the year, pitched shutout
ball for eight and two-thirds inn-
ings before an errorby center-
fielder Eddie Hood cost him his
shutout.
Michigan led from the second
Inning on. The Wolverines scored
two in the second, one in the sev-
enth and two more in the eighth.
Central's two runs were tallied in
the bottom of the ninth.
Nine Hits
Joe Jones, Michigan's second
baseman was the leading bats-
man of the day. Jones went three
for four and batted in a run to
spark. Michigan's nine-hit attack.
Both left fielder Jim, Steckley
and first baseman Dave Camp-
bell had two safeties. Steckley
had a double and a single while
Campbell had a single an; a
triple.
Campbell suffered a slight pull
in his right thigh while running
out his three-bagger and will sit
out today's game.
Three straight hits in the sec-
ond inning put Michigan ahead
to stay. With two out Hood tripled
to right center. Slusher doubled

him home and Hood singled the
Michigan pitcher across the plate.
Campbell led off the seventh
Irish Today

inning with his triple for the Wol-
verines, and Hood knocked him in
with a sacrifice fly.
Diving Catch
The Wolverines got some insur-
ance in the eighth. Dick Honig
walked to begin the inning. He
went to second on Ron Tate's
ground ball and scored on Steck-'
ley's double. Steckley scored from
second when Harvey Chapman hit

a long fly ball to Central center-
fielder Phil Clements, who made
a diving catch.
The Chippawas tallied their
runs in the ninth on a single, a
walk and an error.
The Wolverines will start Fritz
Fischer against the Irish this aft-
ernoon. According to coach Don
Lund either John Kerr or Franz
Neubrect will finish the game.

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CENTRAL MICHIGAN
Licavoli, 2b.
Kelitz, lb
Bilill, 3b
Ivan, If
Fenich, ss
Clements, cf
Burke, rf
Marlatt, c
Fogel, p
Knipschiid, p
a-Bodary, 2b
b-Gronda
MICHIGAN
Jones, 2b
Honig, ss
Tate, rf
Steckley, If
Chapman, 3b, lb
Marullo, c
Campbell, lb
b-Newman, 3b
Hood, cf
Slusher, p
. Totals

AB R H RBI
5 0 1 0
3 0 0 0
3 0 0 0
3 0 10 0
4 o 0 0
3 0 0
4 1 0 0
1 0 o1 0
5000
000 0
31 00
30 10 0
32 2 5 0
AB RLH RBI
4 03 1
3 10 0
4 0 00
3 11 1
3 11 1
27 5 9 5

ANALYZES SCRIMMAGE:
Fouts Forsees

Size,

Experience Deficiency

CENTRAL MICHIGAN 000 000 002
MICHIGAN 020 000 12x
a-grounded out for Fogel in 7th
b-ran for Campbell in 7th
c-walked for Knipschild in 9th
2B-Steckley. Slusher. 3B-Hood,
Campbell. DP-Honig, Jones, and
Campbell; Honig, Jones, and Camp-
bell; Chapman, Jones, and Camp-
bell; Fogel to Keilitz. E-Fenich,
Slusher, 2 Hood. SB-Jones, 2, Ho-
nig. LOB-Central Michigan-10,
Michigan 4.
Pitching Summaries
IPHRER BB SO
Slusher 9 5 2 0 5 3
Fogel 6 7 2 2 0 1
Knipschild 2 2 3 3 1 1

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By PETE DILORENZI
"We're not as big or experienced
now as we were at this point last
year," is Michigan interior line
coach Jack Fouts' partially pes-
simistic, partially optimistic, view
of the Wolverine linemen's per-
formance in their first intrasquad
scrimmage of the- young spring
football practice season held Sat-
urday afternoon in Michigan Sta-
dium.
The scrimmage, which lasted
much longer than a regulation
game in order to allow all team
members to take part, was an "of-
fensive" one, meaning that the
team had practiced only offense
prior to it and that players' per-
formances were evaluated primar-
ily on offensive performance. The
coaching staff is currently study-
ing films of the scrimmage for a
better appraisal.
Standouts
Fouts sounded a happier note
when he began singling out indi-
vidual veterans and newcomers
for superior performances.
",We were disappointed that we
didn't get to see as much of
(John) Henderson as we had
hoped (Henderson is a highly
touted freshman end from Day-
ton,) but he was injured, and,
although the injury was a slight
one to his shoulder, it kept him
out of the game and will keep him
from practice for a few more
days," he revealed.
"We were impressed, however,
by a trio of freshman ends - Jim
Conley, Ben Farabee, and Ron
Kocan." Conley showed up very
well in his appearance on of-
fense, and Farabee and Kocan es-
tablished themselves as defensive
s t a n d o u t s. Captain-elect Bob
Brown, and sophomore Doug
Bickle started at ends.
Moving in toward the center of
Mo eStandings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Baltimore 7 4 .636 -
Cleveland 5 3 .625 1
Chicago 8 6 .571 2
Detroit 5 4 .556 1
Boston 6 5 .545 1
Kansas City 7 7 .500 11/
Los Angeles 5 5 .500 1%j
New York 5 6 .455 2
Minnesota 5 7 .417 21
Washington 2 8 .200 411
Yesterday'sResults
Chicago 3, New York 1
Boston 4, Washington 1
Detroit 1, Kansas City 0
Baltimore 5, Minnesota 4
Cleveland at Los Angeles (inc.)
Today's Games
Chicago at New York
Washington at Boston
Minnesota at Baltimore
Kansas City at Detroit
Cleveland at Los Angeles
NATIONAL LEAGUE

the line a notch, the tackle situ-
ation appears to be one of ex-
perience on the right of the line
and inexperience on the left. Let-
termen John Houtman, Tom
Keating, Jack Lehr, and Joe
O'Donnell, a guard turned tackle,
who last year suffered an arm in-
jury early in the season and sat
out the remainder and who will
not practice this spring, give the
Wolverines power and depth on an
experienced right side.
On the left side, freshman Dan
Streigel, sophomore Dick Schram,
and freshmen John Frontzac and
Arnold Sykmus provided Fouts
with an opportunity to examine
some of the newcomers under.
game conditions.
Ron McLeese, a 240-lb. fresh-
man fullback-tackle reminiscent
of last year's Bill Tunnicliff when
he plays in the backfield, is cur-
rently working out at fullback,
and has been tried at several line
posts. "We will probably end up
using him somewhere in the line,"
Fouts predicted.

By JAN WINKELMAN
Acting Associate Sports Editor
Michigan's defending Big Ten
champion tennis team opens its
official dual meet season this aft-
ernoon at 2:30 when it faces Ohio
Wesleyan at the varsity courts.
"Ohio Wesleyan is not consid-
ered a formidable opponent," com-
ments tennis mentor Bill Murphy.
It is interesting to note that in
last year's tennis action, Detroit,
Michigan's opponent tomorrow,
lost to both Michigan and Ohio
Wesleyan by the identical scores
of 7-2.
The meet this. afternoon will
give Michigan fans an opportunity
to watch Gerry Dubie, after a
year's absence, and to see Sopho-
mores Ron Linclau and Harry
Fauquier in action.
Dubie teamed with Jon Erick-
son in 1960 to win the Big Ten
doubles crown. Linclau is from
Grosse Point and, according to
Murphy, will play at the number
six singles spot today.
Fauquier, from Toronto, was
Canadian National Junior Cham-
pion. Murphy rates him as a
"strong competitor." When con-
tacted, Murphy was not sure
whether Dubie or Fauquier would
be playing second singles. He made
it clear that the man playing to-
day will not necessarily be number
two man for the season.
Number one singles man, Ray
Senkowski, is in good shape. Mur-
phy says that "it is still too early
to tell how much Ray has im-
proved." Senkowski was Big Ten
singles champion last year.
The fourth, fifth, and sixth
singles spots will be filled in to-
day's match by Captain Jim Ten-

ney, Tom Beach, and Linclau. All
three saw action in Miami Beach
and Linclau gave Michigan their
lone doubles victory while in
Fl10r id a. They defeated Joe
Schwartz and Tom Wright of Mi-
ami 9-7, 6-4.
Fauquier and Senkowski teamed
on the tennis circuit this summer
and should be a potent doubles
combination. They will probably
play first doubles most of the sea-
son. Tenney and Dubie will be at
second doubles. They came close
to beating Shackleford and Kara-
basz in doubles at Miami, suc-
cumbing 6-2, 4-6, 6-3. In most
likelihood Murphy will use Beach
and Linclau at the third doubles
position.
Three Return
Michigan will face Detroit to-
morrow and Purdue Saturday.
Both contests will be a w a y
matches against second rate ad-
versaries. U. of D. was 8-7 for the
season last year, but only retains
three members of last year's
squad: Richard Lightbody, B. .
Tally, and Roger Oberg.
Purdue has already been badly
beaten by Ohio State this season.
Last year Michigan trounced Pur-
due and Ohio State 9-0 in regular
season play.
The Students of the ,Univer-
sity of Michigan are cordially
invited to an open house at
the horde of President and
Mrs. Hatcher on South Uni-
versity today, April 25, be-
tveen 4 and 6 P.M.

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By DAVE GOOD
The Penn Relay Carnival, some-
times alluded to in loving terms
around Michigan track circles as
the "dustbowl" and the "ratrace,"
is a barrel of fun for everybody
except the contestants.
Some ?,00 college and high
school trackmen from most parts
of the East and Midwest will
stampede through exactly 115
events in rapid-fire succession this
Friday and Saturday afternoons
at Philadelphia, and when they
come back they will have helped
to grind the cinder track up into
powder.
"It's a lousy meet if you ask
me," Michigan coach Don Can-
ham complained. "I only wish we
could go someplace else. The only
reason we don't go to Drake (the
Drake Relays, a smaller meet held
concurrently at Des Moines, Iowa)
is the time element in getting
there."
More Than Size
Canham is wholeheartedly op-
posed to the outlandish size of the
meet, but his major beef is a fac-
tor that handicaps his team more
than that.
"(Meet director) Ken Doherty,
who used to coach here, jockeyed
around with the time schedule last
year so that it's ridiculous," Can-
ham pointed out.
"They have all the distance re-
lays on Friday and the sprints. the
next day, so you go for one day
and then go home if you have good
distance teams like we do.
Take Your Pick
"For instance, we have the best
distance medley team in the meet.
Who's going to beat (Dave) Hayes,
(Charlie) Aquino and (Ergas)
Leps? But we have to run the
four- mile because we're the de-
fending champions. It's just a
question of what you want to give
up.
"It's a silly schedule and there's
not a coach in the country who
likes it."
Last year the Wolverines won
both the four-mile and two-mile
relays, but couldn't defend their
distance medley crown because of

the short time span between it and
the four-mile.
Now Canham plans tentatively
to enter both distance events, be-
cause the interval between them
this Friday will be two hours. On
Saturday, Canham plans to enter
the two-mile, but the one-mile re-
lay hinges on the condition of
sophomore Ken Burnley's leg.
Leps, by the way, will anchor all
tour relays.

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Pittsburgh 11 1 .917
St. Louis 7 3 .700
Los Angeles 10 5 .667
SanFrancisco 9 5 .644
Houston 6 5 .545
Philadelphia 5 5 .500
Cincinnati 6 8 .429
Milwaukee 4 9 .308
Chicago 3 11 .214
New York 1 10 .091
Yesterday's Results
Los Angeles 10, Chicago 2
Pittsburgh 7, San Francisco 3
Cincinnati 7, New York 3
Houston 4, St. Louis 3
Milwaukee 2, Philadelphia 1
Today's Games
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Los Angeles at Chicago
Philadelphia at Milwaukee
St. Louis at Houston
New York at Cincinnati

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