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AGE lIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, APRIL 26,

10K SIX TINE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, APRIL 26,

Baseball, Tennis I
Wolverines Bomb Fighting Irish, 18-7;
Merullo Sparks 'M' with Two Homers

earns Score Impressive

Victories

Netmen Win Home Opener;
Shutout Ohio Wesleyan, 9-0

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By BILL BULLARD

Michigan defeated Notre Dame
18-7 in a wild offensive battle yes-
terday at Ferry Field.
The Wolverines scored in every
inning except the first and last in
running up their 18-run total on
18 hits. Notre Dame had its big-
gest splurge in the sixth inning
wlen it knocked in six of its seven
runs.
Aided Cause
Four home runs aided Michi-
gan's cause. Catcher Joe Merullo
hit his first home run in the sec-
ond inning to give Michigan a 1-0
lead. His next homer was a three-
run blast in the third inning. Jim
Steckley sent Harvey Chapman in
to score from first base on his
home run in the fourth and pitch-
er Fritz Neubrecht clouted his in
the fifth.
Neubrecht's home run was re-
venge of a sort after Notre Dame's
Jim Stouffer had driven his first
pitch in the top of the fifth over
the fence in left-centerfield.
Sat Out First Patt
Regular outfielders Dennis Spal-
la and Ron Tate, both lefthanded
batters, sat out the first part of
the game as Notre Dame started
with a righthanded pitcher. Spalla
and Tate were replaced by right-
handed Eddie Hood and Dick Post.
Coach Don Lund said, "We've got
the type of ball club where we
have to switch the players around.
All the guys have to be ready to
play at any time."
Michigan used 16 players in the
game including three pitchers.
Fritz Fisher started for the- Wol-
verines and was awarded the vic-

tory after shutting out the Irish
on three hits in four innings. He
only worked four innings because
Coach Lund plans to start him in
one of the two games against
Minnesota on Saturday..
Scored Off Neubrecht
All Notre Dame runs were
scored off Neubrecht. After Stouf-
fer's homer greeted him in the
fifth, he struck out two batters
and got another on an easy
grounder to end the inning. But
in the sixth inning, he faced seven
batters whom he was not able to
retire before he was relieved by
John Kerr. Four of the opponents
singled and three of them were
walked by Neubrecht as the first
six to face him scored runs.
Kerr subdued the Irish effec-
tively although not w i t h o u t
threatening situations. He was
helped by two timely double plays
but did much himself as he only
walked two and gave up three hits
in the four innings.
Scored Five Runs
After Merullo hit his home run
in the fifth, Michigan scored five
runs each in the third and fourth
innings. With two out in the third,
Dick Honig made it to second base
on a throwing error by the third
baseman. He stole third base and
scored on Steckley's single to cen-
ter. Chapman had walked after
Honig, went to third on Steckley's
single and scored along with Dick
Post on Merullo's second home
run.
In the fourth inning, Honig
drove in a run with a double,

Chapman knocked in two runs
with a single, and Steckley scored
after Chapman on his home run.
Neubrecht hit his home run in
the fifth and Michigan finished
the scoring with two runs in the
sixth and four in the seventh.
Irish Stewwed

NOTRE DAME
Hanson, If
Sefcik, 2b
Gonski, ss
Osgood, 2b
Rusteck, lb
Wooiwine, 3b
Counsell, of
a7-Nemec, cf
Stouffer, rf
Donnelly, p
Walker, p
b-Matthews
Cooper, p
Totals

AB R H RBI
5 0 2 1
3 1 2 1
5 1 2 1

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2
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3
1
2
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0 0
1 1
2 1
0 0
0 1
0 1
0 0
7 11

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By TOM ROWLAND
Michigan's talent-laden tennis
crew hopefully served warning yes-
terday of things to come this
spring with a healthy 9-0 romp
over Ohio Wesleyan in the season
opener.
The Wolverine netmen dropped
only two sets while initiating the
spring schedule that will see Mich-
igan battling for its fourth con-
secutive Big Ten title.
Clean Sweep
Yesterday's clean sweep over the
Ohioans brightened Wolverine
hopes. "I'm really pleased with the
team's performance," commented
mentor Bill Murphy. "And Ohio
Wesleyan has a fairly good team."
But the visitors couldn't match
Ann Arbor's Big Ten depth. It
wasn't until the sixth-man singles
match that Ohio Wesleyan could
chalk up a set, 6-4, but Michigan's
Ron Linclau evened the score over
Chaz Moazed with a 6-3 tally in
the second set and took the victory
with a 6-4 win in the third. The
match was Linclau's first competi-
tion on the courts for the Wolver-
ines in scheduled intercollegiate
play.
Into Winning Stride
Ray Senkowski, Michigan's man
on top and Big Ten champ last
year as a sophomore, got into win-
ning stride with a 6-2, 6-0 victory
over OWU's Bill Poist. Senkowski
broke Poist's service-game wins
with the score 3-2 in the first set-
and then handily smashed his way
for the victory.
Michigan's number two singles
position went to Harry Fauquier,
and in his first competition the

MICHIGAN AB R H RBI
Jones, 2b 4 2 1 0
c-Phipps 0 0 0 0
Honig, ss 5 3 2 2
Chapman, 1b 4 3 1 2
Steckley, if; 5 2 2 3
Post, rf 3 1 2 1
Tate, "rf 2 2 2 1
Merullo,c e 5 3 3 5
Lauterbach, c 0 0 0 0
Newman, 3b 5 0 2 0
Hood, cf 3 1 1 0
Spalla, cf 2 0 0 0
Fisher, p 1 0 0 0
d-Heavenrich 1 0 0 0
Neubrecht, p 1 1 1 1
Kerr, p 2 0 1 0
Totals 43 18 18 15
a-Walked for Counsel in nsixth.
b--singled for Walker in eighth.
c-Popped out for Jones in eighth.
d-Struck out for Fisher in fourth.
NOTRE DAME 000 016 000- 7 11 3
MICHIGAN 015 512 40x-18 18 5
2B-Honig, Jones. HR-Merullo
(2), Steckley, Stouffer, Neubrecht.
DP-Fisher to Honig to Chapman,
Kerr to Honig to Chapman, New-
man to Jones to Chapman. E-
Chapman (2), Tate, Woolwine (2),
Gonski, Jones, Newman. SB-Honig,
Tate, Merullo, Newman. LOB-
Notre Dame 9, Michigan 6.
PITCHING SUMMARIES
IP H RER BB S0
Donnelly 3 5 6 1 1 1
Walker 4 12 12 10 2 2
Cooper 1 0 0 0 2 3
Fisher 4 3 0 0 1 6
x-Neubrecht 1 5 7 7 3 2
Kerr 4 3 0 0 1 2
x-Faced seven batters in sixth.
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former Canadian national junior
champ polished off Bob Bourgard
in 6-2, 6-3 style.
Dubie Wins
Senior Gerry Dubie bounced
Ohio's Dick Gordon, 6-2, 6-1, in
the number three slot. Michigan
captain Jim Tenney won, 6-3, 6-0
over Darrel Lauer, and Tom Beach
bounced Dan Peck in fifth singles
competition 6-3, 6-2.
Tenney and Dubie paired up in
the number two doubles slot to
take the 6-3, 6-1 measure of Ohio's
Peck-Bourgard duo while Beach
and Linclau downed Lauer and
Moazed, 6-2, 6-1.
Action in the first doubles pro-
vided the hottest action on the
varsity courts, Fauquier and Sen-
kowski teaming up to nip Poist
and Gordon, 6-1, 4-6, 6-3.
Lose Second Set
With a first-set win behind
them ,the Wolverine duo fell be-
hind in the second, 3-0. A come-
back attempt that set Michigan
back into a 4-3 lead failed as the
Ohioans took the second set on
three straight games, 6-4.
In the third stanza the Wolver-
ine pair battled into a 5-3 lead
and then took advantage of Sen-
kowski's powerful service to take
the set and match.
Coach Murphy's netmen take to
the road today to meet Detroit, a
squad suffering from a lack of
experienced talent. Saturday the
Wolverines kick off the Big Ten
schedule with Purdue at Lafay-
ette, Ind.
The next home meet is with I1-
linois on May 4.

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-Daily-Bruce Taylor
OUT AT HOME-Michigan pitcher John Kerr is shown here being tagged out at home plate by
Notre Dame's catcher Walter Osgood in the seventh inning of yesterday's game. Michigan defeated
the Irish, 18-7. It was Michigan's fourth straight win and its fourth win in five starts since. the
spring trip to Arizona.
SAT QUARTERBACK:
Glinka Again Top Candidate

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By JERRY KALISH

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Suff a
In old Bavaria when the beer
tastes extra good, they lift their
steins and sing "eins, zwei . .
g'suffal" (tastes so good you drink
it up-one, two.)
eins, zwei, g'suffa C

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Being pressed for his job by a
strong group of - candidates is
getting to be a yearly thing for
veteran quarterback Dave Glinka.
But it appears again that the
junior letterman will get the nod
from head football coach Bump
Elliott to start the season next
fall.
Take It Away
"They'll have to take the job
away frpm him," said Elliott. And
from past performance that may
be hard to do.
Two years ago as a freshman,
Glinka showed enough in spring
practice to take over the starting
assignment despite John Stamos,
who was considered the prime
contender, and highly regarded
Bob Chandler.
Last spring, too, Glinka couldn't
be pushed out of the picture by
either Chandler or Frosty Eva-
shevski, though Evashevski was
pushing Glinka for the slot until
he was hurt right before the first
game. Glinka from then on was

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never challenged, and he wound
up last season with a 48 per cent
completion mark.
No Exception
This spring is no exception.
Elliott considers this the finest
group of quarterback prospects
since Glinka first won his starting
position, and the Michigan mentor
hopes "the competition will push
him and the other candidates."
Osterland,
Loken Get
Gym---Awards
Coach Newt Loken and Captain
Tom Osterland of the Michigan
gymnastics team have been
awarded recognition for their ef-
forts which led to the Wolverine's
recent Big Ten Championship.
Loken, whose 1962 champion-
ship team was his second title-
winner in as many years, was
named midwest "Coach of the
Year." The honor is given annually
by the National Association of
Gymnastics Coaches.
The announcement was made by
Eric Hughes, University of Wash-
ington, chairman of the selection
committee.
Osterland was the recipient of
the Western Conference Medal for
proficiency' in scholarship and
athletics. While maintaining a B
overall scholastic average, Oster-
land won Big Ten and NAAU
titles on the trampoline while
placing a close second in the
NCAA tournament.

Ranking high on Elliott's list
are of course letterman Chandler
and Evashevski who is recovered
from a knee operation last fall.
Since he did not appear in any
games, the Big Ten awarded him
an extra season of eligibility, and
the sophomore has three full sea-
sons left.
Changed to Halfback
Tom Prichard, the other letter-
man signal caller, is being changed
to left halfback.
"Tom is a good runner, and we
think he can help us more at half-
back," Elliott explained. "We're
experimenting now in the spring,
and we know he can always be
shifted back."
With the quarterback question
"narrowed" to three veterans, El-
liott's problem is more pleasantly
complicated by the fine showing
of freshman Bob Timberlake, a
6'3", 210 pounder from Franklin,
Ohio.
"He looked good the first scrim-
mage we held last Saturday after-
noon," Elliott smiled, "but he lacks
experience which is to be expected
for a freshman."
Hard To Compare
With spring practice in the ear-
ly stages, Elliott finds "it hard
to compare the strengths and
weaknesses of each because we
haven't practiced much."
But if Glinka shows senior style,
Evashevski and Chandler prove
that they are fully recovered from
the injuries that sidelined them
previously, and Timberlake proves
that he is the best freshman quar-
terback in recent years, then El-
liot's Quarterback Club could be-
come a powerful organization.
And there's always the possibil-
ity of trading one to Michigan
State f or a line.

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By GARY WINER
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer's golf
team will leave for Champaign to-
day where it will meet highly-re-
garded Purdue, defending Big Ten
champion Ohio State, and host
Illinois Saturday in a quadrangle
36-hole golf match.
Line-up changes for the Wol-
verines definitely will be made fol-
lowing last week's surprising per-
formance by two of the starting
sophomores. "Changes are defi-
nitely in order," stated Katzen-
meyer. "I'm taking last week's
first five starters but I'm using an-
other sixth man."
Returning Letterman
Tom Ahern, a returning letter-
man from last year who just
joined the squad this week, will
replace Hallock in this match. The
five definite starters in order are
Captain Bill Newcomb, Chuck
Newton, Tom Pendlebuay, Dave
Cameron and Gary Mouw.
"The team did okay for its first
match," Katzenmeyer continued.
"Purdue and Indiana had at least
one more week of practice than
we because they went toPinehurst
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weather was just beautiful for
them but we were rained out."
The Michigan coach was making
no excuses for some of his team's
high scores, but feels they will
come down. "This team has it in
itself to play a lot better golf
than last week. I would be aw-
fully disappointed in them if they
didn't show better games before
the Big Ten meet."
No Surprise
Purdue's victory in the meet at
Columbus came as no surprise to
Katzenmeyer. "They have a good
team, but I know they can play
a lot better than they did then. As
for Indiana sharing the lead, I
think they're a good team but they
won't improve that much."
Defending league champion
Ohio State is having its troubles
since losing Jack Nicklaus and
Mike Poloski. The Buckeyes over
their home course finished last in
the seven-team match held over
the weekend, a full 30 strokes off
the pace.
Katzenmeyer has his golfers
mostly on the practice tee this
week
Speculating on the champion-
ship meet this year, which will be
held at this same Illinois golf
course, Katzenmeyer was hesitant
to make any broad judgments this
early in the season. "If anyone is
going to win, they're probably go-
ing to have to beat Purdue. They
always come up with a good
team."
Finish Fourth
The Boilermakers finished fourth
to the Buckeyes last year in the
tournament. "Of course, there's al-
ways Minnesota to consider," be
added. "I was impressed with that
team two years ago when they
were all sophomores and now its
an all senior team. Yes, I think
the winner this year will probably
have to beat Purdue and Minne-
sota."
The Wolverines are getting an
added break by playing at Cham-
paign before the Big Ten match.
The more times a team plays a
course the better it gets to know
how the course is laid out. "That
course has a terrific wind condi-
tion which makes it tough on any
golfer," Katzenmeyer concluded.

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