FRIDAY, MAY 4,1962'
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, MAY 4,1962 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Netters Host Illini, Hoosiers in Weekend Meets
By GEORGE WHITE
Michigan's powerful tennis team
will be strongly tested this week-
end on the home courts as it seeks
its second and third Big Ten vic-
tories today and tomorrow.
This afternoon will find the Big
Ten champions pitted against a
comparatively weal: Illinois squad
at 2:30 p.m. A far tougher victory
will be sought Saturday from In-
diana at 1:30 p.m.
The Illinois squad, although pos-
sessing two highly-rated singles
men, captain Tom Boatman, a
senior, and Frank Noble, a sopho-
more, lack of depth in their lower
singles positions. They carry a 4-2
season record into the match today
after dropping a lopsided contest
to Indiana a week ago.
Boatman has experienced two
successful seasons with the Illini.
As a sophomore, he defeated his
first 13 opponents before losing
in the quarterfinals of the number
four singles division in the con-
Alternated Last Year
Last year, alternating between
the one and two spot, he compiled
a 9-5 record, and finished second
in the Big Ten number two singles
play. Now the number one man,
Boatman was dropped last spring
in the Michigan-Illinois meet there
by the Wolverines big racquetman,
Ray Senkowski, 6-3, 6-0.
Boatman will play Senkowski
in the one singles position this
Only in his second season with
Illinois, Noble has been good
enough to seriously challenge
Boatman for the number one spot.
A recurring arm injury has ham-
pered his game and as yet he has
been unable to unseat Boatman.
Number three man for Illinois,
Jerry Olofsky, and number six
man, Steve Heller, have the best
won-lost record to date, each 5-1.
Both could give the Wolverines a
Coach Murphy * has had his
squad going full bore in the three
practices this week in anticipation
of the tough Indiana crew.,
The high-flying Hoosiers, who
finished third in the Big Ten last
year, will take a 10-2 record with
them against Michigan.
Although losing four big men
through graduation, Indiana has
been able to win matches centering
around Gary Baxter, a junior, and
persistent doubles play. The dou-
bles victory has been a big factor,
in the team's success this far.
They have won 72 per cent of their
doubles victories as opposed to 65
per cent of the singles.
Their number-one man, Baxter,
has found number one competi-
tion tough after being elevated
from two position last year. As a
sophomore, Baxter won 15 of 17
matches and lost only one of the
year, he, Stu Cohen' (5-4), Alan
Graham (8-5) and captain Chuck
Jennes (1-2) have been in and
out of the top singles slot.
The Hoosiers could present a
strong threat to Michigan in the
lower singles spots, and their luck
in doubles could be tough to beat.
However, with the addition of
big Ray Senkowski to the Michi-
Tas by Goes
CLEVELAND (P) - The Cleve-
land Indians last night traded
outfielder Willie Tasby from the
Washington Senators in exchange
for southpaw pitchers Don Ru-
dolph and Steve Hamilton.
Tasby, a 29-year-old right-
handed hitter, batted .251 in 141
games with the Senators in 1961,
knocking in 63 runs and hitting 17
homers. He played previously with
Baltimore and Boston.
Rudolph, 30, played briefly with
the Chicago White Sox and Cin-
cinnati Redlegs, but never really
stuck in the majors. He pitched
only %/ of an inning for the In-
dians this season. He was drafted
in December from Indianapolis,
where he had an 18-9 record.
gan ladder in the number one
spot, and the solidification of the
two spot with Harry Fauquier
after a challenge match with Du-
bie, three, Michigan will be tough
to shake. Jim Tenney will play at
number four, Tom Black at num-
ber five, and Ron Linclau will go
at the number six spot.
Murphy will probably go with
the same doubles teams that he
has used thus far this season. Sen-
kowski and Fauquier at number
one doubles; Dubie and Tenny
at number two; and Beach and
Linclau playing in the number
three, doubles spot.
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NUMBER THREE MAN-Michigan's number three man, Gerry
Dubie, is shown here making a forehand shot. The Wolverines will
be counting on Dubie as they host Illinois and Indiana in two
meets here this weekend.
18 Horses Entered in Derby
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LOUIISV=LE UP) -- The entry
box closed yesterday, two days
before blast off, with 18 thorough-
breds named for the 88th Ken-
tucky Derby at Churchill Downs.
There were a few variations and
complications in the star-studded
cast headed by majestic Gaylord
and the imposing Ridan. e
Face the Starter
Only 17, and perhaps 16 horses
were expected to face the starter
at approximately 4:30 p.m. (EST)
Saturday, depending on the va-
garies of fate.
Doc Jocoy, who won the Cal-
ifornia Derby at Tanforan and the
San Felipe at Santa Anita, was
withdrawn because of a slight
bruise on his left heel. But an un-
expected entry came to fill the
vacancy. Lee town, a colt who
finished second, six lengths behind
Roman Line in Tuesday,'s Derby,
trial stakes, was entered by J. V.
Pischieri of Hinckley, Ohio.
Status in Doubt
Another development left the
status of Donut King, another of
the California threats, in extreme
doubt. Infection set in after.Verne
Winchell's colt bruised a heel, and
Donut King was entered on the
possibility that a veterinarian's
treatment might get him back in
shape by Saturday.
As planned, trainer Casey Hayes
entered Cicada, the champion 2-
year-old filly of 1961, as insurance
against something which might
prevent Sir Gaylord from starting.
Both are owned by Christopher T.
Chenery's Meadow Stable. Cicada
also was entered for the $35,000
Kentucky Oaks today, where she
is a prohibitive favorite to smash
five rival fillies.
Cicada was nosed out by Ridan
in the Florida Derby, and isn't
figured to oppose the colts again
in this run for the roses.
Sir Gaylord was listed as the
8-5 favorite along with Cicada,
while Ridan, who races in the col-
ors of Mrs. Moody Jolley, is next
at 5 to 2.
Townsend B. Martin's Sunrise
County, disqualified in both the
Flamingo at Hialeah and the
Wood Memorial at Aqueduct, rat-
ed third choice at 6 to 1, with Fred
Turner Jr.'s Sir Ribot next at 8-1.
Others entered were Fred W.
Hooper's Admiral's Voyage, who
won the Louisiana Derby and the
Wood Memorial, Reverie Knoll
Farm's Sharp Count, El Peco
Stable's Decidedly, Mrs. J. W.
Brown's Green Hornet, Neil S.
McCarthy's Santa Anita Derby
winner Royal Attack, Golden Tri-
ang stable's Mister Pitt, Estopinal
and Arnaud's Touch Bar, F. and
B. Farm's Good Fifht.
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Major League Standings
W L Pct. GB
New York 12 6 .667 -
Chicago 12 9 .571 1
Cleveland 9 7 .562 2
Detroit 9 8 .529 21/2
Baltimore 10 9 .526 21/2
Minnesota 11 10 .524 2%/
Kansas City 11 11 .500 3
Los Angeles 8 9 .471 3%
Boston 8 10 .444 4
Washington 3 14 .176 8j
Chicago, New York (night)
Boston 7, Washington 4
Minnesota 8, Baltimore 4
Only games scheduled.
Cleveland at Kansas City
Detroit at Minnesota
Chicago at Boston
Baltimore at Los Angeles
(Only games scheduled)
W L Pct. GB
San Francisco 18 5 .783 -
St. Louis 14 4 .778 1%
Pittsburgh 13 8 .619 4
Los Angeles 14 9 .609-4
Philadelphia 9 9 .500 6%
Cincinnati 9 11 .450 7}2
Milwaukee 8 12 .400 8Y2
Houston 7 11 .389 81/2
Chicago 5 17 .227 12%
New York 3 14 .176 12
Philadelphia 9, Milwaukee 8 (night
San Francisco 8, Pittsburgh 4
St. Louis 4, Houston 0 (night)
Only games scheduled.
Los Angeles at Pittsburg
New York at Philadelphia
San Francisco at Chicago
St. Louis at Cincinnati
Houston at Milwaukee
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