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SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1962

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Diamondmen
Eight Runs in Hectic Eighth
Nail Sixth Big Ten Victory

Win

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INDIANA NEXT:
Wolverine Netters Trample Illinois, 8-1

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By BILL BULLARD
Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING - Michigan
knocked in four runs in the ninth
inning for a 16-13 victory over
Michigan State here yesterday af-
ter blowing a six-run lead in the
eighth..
A 1:30 p.m. doubleheader at
Ferry Field will close out the week-
end series between these two
teams.
Illinois defeated Wisconsin 9-1
yesterday thus remaining in a tie
with Michigan for the Big Ten
lead with identical 6-1 records.
The Illini oppose Northwestern at

Batter Up

MICHIGAN
Jones, 2b
Honig, ss
Tate, ss
Steckley, If
Spalla, ef
Merullo, c
Campbell, lb
Chapman, 3b
Fisher, p
Slusher, p
Roebuck, p
Totals,
MICHIGAN STATE
Lumianski, 3b
Cliljean, ss
Ketcham, 2b
Porrevecchlo, if
Calderone, lb
a-Sutton, lb
Hjortass, c
b-Abrecht,
Smith, - Ff
c-Costello, r
Bach, cf
d-Honke, cf
Klewicki, p
Aquino, p
Elias, p
e-Barnett
Probstie, p
Renberg, p
f-Deal
Totals
a-Grounded out to
derone in eighth.
b-Struck out for
eighth.

AB R H
6 23
6 1 2
5 2 1
+5 3 3
5 2 2
4 2 1
0 0 0
46 16 17,
AB R H
4 3 1
4 2 20
42 2 0
A 0 10
2 0 0
3 1 1
1 0 0
3 0 0
31 1 1
3 0 0
2 1 0
0 0 0
40 13 10

RBI
2
1
2
2
0
3
1
2
1
0
1
15
RBI
1
2
3
3
0
1
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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Evanston in a doubleheader today.
Come Back
The Wolverines had apparently
blasted the game wide open in the
eighth inning with an eight run
rally to make the score 12-6. But
the Spartans came right back in
the bottom of the inning and tied'
the game with six runs on two hits.
Then Michigan outscored Michi-
gan State 4-1 in the last inning to
finally achieve victory after a
three hour and fifteen minute bat-
tle. The game was close most of
the way with the lead changing
sides six times.
New Pitcher
Spartan ace Wes Klewicki held
Michigan to four runs in the first
seven innings, but when the first
five Wolverines singled in the
eighth inning he was relieved by
John Aquino. The successive sin-
gles by Dick Honig, Ron Tate, Jim
Steckley, Dennis' Spalla, and Joe
Merullo netted three runs. Aquino
retired his first opponent, Dave
Campbell, on a disputed third
strike call.
Harvey Chapman resumed the
interrupted attack by driving two
runs across the plate with a single.
Pitcher Fritz Fishier moved Chap-
man along to third with his second
single in four attempts. An error
by the Spartan third baseman al-
lowed Joe Jones to reach firsteand
Chapman to score. Honig's second
straight single in the inning drove
in Fisher, and Jones scored on
Tate's grounder to the first base-
man.
Michigan recorded its third out
when Tate was tagged trying to1
steal second base. Earlier in the
game, Joe Jones was out attempt-
ing to steal third base. This was
one of the few games that Michi-
gan has failed to steal at least' one
base.
MSU Rally
Fisher struck out Gordon HJor-
taas and walked Don Costello to
start the Spartan half of the inn-
ing. Two wild pitches put Costello
on third and Norman Honke made,
it to first on a dropped third strike.
At this point Coach Don Lund
replaced Fisher with Wayne Slush-
er. Slusher had the lowest ERA
(0.50) on the staff and had only
allowed six walks in 18 innings;
however, this time, it was differ-
ent.
The first four batters that faced
him walked and the next one sin-1
gled. putting four more runs in
the Michigan State column. After
one pitch to Jerry Sutton, Lund
brought in Dave Roebuck who3
eventually quelled the Spartans
and earned the victory.

By TOM ROWLAND
Michigan's undefeated netmen
took a second big step along the
Big Ten victory trail yesterday
afternoon with a rousing 8-1 win
over Illinois.
The conference champion Wol-
verines will be out to stretch their
unvanquished string this after-
noon when they take on Indiana
on the home courts. The Hoosiers
carry the biggest threat that
Coach Bill Murphy's net crew has
yet run into this spring - the In-
diana racketmen will be taking to

Golfers Seek Home
Winl in Triangle Meet

-Daily-Bruce Taylor
SAFE-Dick Honig, speedy shortstop, is safe sliding into second
base. He is also handy with the stick currently leading Michigan
batters in the Big Ten season. Honig was batting .440 going into
,yesterday's action where he collected three hits in six at bats.
TRACK MEET:
M' Seniors Bowo Out;
4" u- dl n n 0

Michigan'svarsity courts at 1:30
with a 10-2 season mark.
The Wolverines easily grabbed
their fourth victory of the spring
yesterday against the Illini. The
outcome was never in doubt as
Senkowski and Co. took five singles
victories and followed with a
sweep of the doubles.
Senkowski, Big Ten number one
singles champ, led off the victory
parade for Michigan with a snap-
py, 6-0, 6-1 win over Illini cap-
tain and top-man Tom Boatman.
Boatman finished second in,

By GARY WINER
Playing with the home course
advantage for the first time this
year, the Michigan golf team
hopes to pick up its first victory
of the season today. Tee off time
is eight a.m. for the 36-hole match
over the Blue course.
with Northwesternsand Detroit
Although a familiar golf course
is an asset, Coach Bert Katzen-
meyer stated, "The home course
is somewhat of an advantage,
however, nothing takes the place
of good. scores."
Same Lineup
Coach Katzenmeyer will be us-
ing the same lineup. as last week
even though the team finished
third in the quadrangular meet
held at Champaign, Illinois. Cap-
Ma j~or Lea g'e
Standings

number two singles play in the
Big Ten last season when Senkow-
ski dropped him during the regu-
lar season, 6-3, 6-0.
Yesterday Senkowski showed ex-
actly why he took the number one
spot last spring - plenty of hustle
and some great racket deftness.
Said Boatman after the meet:
"Ray has really improved a lot
over last year. He's developed
some great aggresiveness - I
couldn't even get a foothold in
the set."
A pair of starring sophomores,
Michigan's Harry Fauquier and
Illinois' Frank Noble, battled game
for game in the number two singles'
bracket until the Wolverine ace's
serve broke the first set from a 3-3
deadlock into a 6-3 Michigan win.
Fauquier then went on to trip
Noble in the second set by an
identical score.
Senior Wolverine netman Gerry
Dubie dropped but a lone game to
Illinois Insulted
SINGLES: 1. Senkowski (M) def.
Boatman, 6-0, 6-1;32. Fauquier (M)
det. Noble, 6-3, 6-3; 3. Dubie (M)
def. Stafford, 6-0, 6-1; 4. Tenney (M)
def. McCullum, 6-0, 6-1; 5. Beach
(M) def. Brown, 6-2, 6-3; 6. Heller
(I) def. Linclau, 7-5, 6-1.
DOUBLES: 1. Senkowski and Fau-
quier (M) def. Boatman and Noble,
3-6, 6-4, 6-1; 2. Dubie and Tenney
(M) def. Stafford and McCullum,
6-0, 6-2; 3. Beach and Linclan (M)
def. Brown and Heller,, 6-3, 6-4.

Illinois' Bruce Stafford while tak-
ing the third singles, 6-0, 6-1.
Michigan captain Jim Tenney
followed suit, leading Tom McCul-
lum 6-0, 5-0, before allowing the
Illini fourth man a game. Tenney
then quickly picked up his sixth
game for the victory.
The only black cloud on the
Michigan afternoon was in the
sixth singles division where Steve
Heller took the 7-5, 6-1 measure
of Michigan's Ron Linclau.
Illinois' top doubles due of Boat-
man and Noble took the first set
from Senkowski and Fauquier, 6-3.
They were leading in the second,
4-3, when the Wolverine number
one pair suddenly caught second
wind like a quick brush fire and
wiped out the upstart Illinois
partners with three straight games
to win the second set, 6-4, and
then rambled through the third,
6-1.
Dubie and Tenney smashed the
Illini Stafford-McCullum duo, 6-0,
6,2, and Beach and Linclau round-
ed out the Michigan afternoon
with a 6-3, 6-4, conquest of Brown
and Heller.
Big Ten Scores
BASEBALL
Iowa 8, Indiana 6 (14 innings)
Ohio State 12. Minnesota 11
Illinois 9, Wisconsin 1
Purdue 12, Northwestern 5
TRACK
Minnesota 88, Northwestern 44

first for Cal-
Hjortass in

e-Walked for Smith in eighth.
d-Reached first on dropped third
strike for Bach in eighth.
e-Walked for Elias in eighth.
f-Doubled for Ronberg in ninth.
MICHIGAN 100 030 084-16 17 4
MICH. STATE 010 130 161-13 10 6
2B-Merullo, Ketcham. HR-Por-
revecchio. E-LumianskB, Honig (2).
Chapman (2), Hjortass (2), Bach,
Chiljean (2). WP-Fishers (2). HB-
Lumianski. DP-Jones to Campbell,
Honig to Jones to Campbell. LOB-
Michigan 5, Michigan State 9.
PITCHING SUMMARIES
IP H, R ER BB SO
Fisher 73 7 8 8 4 5
a-Slusher 0 1 4 4 4 0
Roebuck 1% 2 1 1 2 1
b-Klewicki 7 10 9 8 1 4
Aquino ?/32 3 2 0 1
Elias 1 0 0 0 0
c-Probstle 0 2 3 2 0 0
Ronberg 1 1 1 1 1 0
a-Faced five batters in eighth.
b-Faced five other batters i eighth
c-Faced four batters in ninth.

uiu Poses
By STAN KUKLA
Eight seniors will be appearing
before a home crowd for the last
time this afternoon as Michigan
takes on the Chicago Track Club
and Indiana in a triangular meet
at Ferry Field starting at one.
Fans will see seniors Steve Wil-
liams in the high jump, dally
Herrala throwing the shot, and
Jeff Engel running the sprints.
Len Cercone who, because of re-
cent difficulties, has just started
practicing, is a doubtful starter.
Bye, Bye, Bennie
Bennie McRae, fresh from a
second place finish in the hurdles
at the Penn Relays, is ready to
take on all comers in the 120-yd.
high hurdles as he rounds out four
years of outstanding performances
in the blue and gold.
Michigan will be losing one of
its most feared men this June
when the man with the kick, Ergas
Leps, graduates. He'll be running
anchor, as usual, in the mile re-
lay this afternoon and ims also a
good bet to be entered in the 880-
yd. run.
High Flyer
Rod Denhart, Michigan's high
flying pole vaulter, will be making
his last assault on the Ferry Field
pole vault record and promises
that if he doesn't break it, it won't
be his fault.
Bill Hornbeck will be running
his last 440-yd. dash on Michigan's
cinder while Steve Williams will
be making last appearances as he
leaps over the high bar into the
sawdust. Last but not least Ole
Torgerson, who is entered in the
grueling two-mile run, will be bow-
ing out.
Final Preparations
Michigan's competition will be
stiff as the team is making final
preparations for the Western Con-
ference Meet on May 18-19.
The Chicago Track club is
known for its consistently good
teams, and this year's team is bet-f
ter than average.
Willie May, who placed second{
in the Olympics, will give McRae
a run for his money in the 120-yd.
highs. Another former Olympic
competitor, Ira Murchison, will be
running against Talt Malone and
Chuck Reese in the 100- and 220-
yd. dashes. Deacon Jones, anoth-

B ig 'Threat
er former great, may be entered
in the two-mile run.
Troubled Hoosiers
Indiana has had its troubles this
year but they have been improving
steadily each week and are look-
ing forward to their second-place
finish (behind Michigan) in last
year's Conference meet.
Cornelius Miller has been jump-
ing consistently over six-and-a-
half feet and promises to make
Williams work in the high jump.
Former greats, present greats,
and future greats will all be on
view this afternoon in a show that
is rare for a home meet at Michi-
gan.
Scrimmage-

tain Bill Newcomb will be teeing
off in the number one spot; Chuck
Newton, second; Gary Mouw,
third; Tom Pendlebury, fourth;
Dave Cameron, fifth; and Tom
Ahern will play the sixth position
in the morning while Bill Hallock
will take over the slot in the aft-
ernoon round.
First Look at Wildcats
Northwestern's Wildcats, who
finished eighth in the Big Ten
Championships last year only
three strokes behind Michigan, will
be facing the Wolverines for. the
first time this year. "I haven't seen
them this year, but they should
be better than last year," com-
mented Katzenmeyer. "They now
have three seniors and three soph-
omores."
Leading off for Northwestern
will be Ed Menke, followed by Jack
Nevin, Jeff Jones, Dick Staats,
Rick Glecher, and Bruce Payne.
Titans Counter
The Titans will counter with
John Conley, Joe Connolly, Bob
Honegger, Dick Yamakowski,
Larry Koss, and Roy Vomastek.
Commenting on last week's high
scores by the team Katzenmeyer
stated, "Ohio State and Purdue
played under the same poor con-
ditions as we and look what they
shot. You can't blame the weath-
er. Our guys were just playing bad
golf. We've been playing more golf
this week and spending less time
on the practice tee in hopes this
will get the players ready better."

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
New York 12 6 .667
Cleveland 10 7 .588
Chicago 12 10 .545
Minnesota 12 10 .545
Baltimore 10 9 .526
Detroit 9 9 .500
Kansas City 11 12 .478
Boston 9 10 .474
Los Angeles 8 9 .471
Washington 3 14 .176
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 6, Kansas City 5
Minnesota 4, Detroit 2
Boston 13, Chicago 6
Baltimore at Los Angeles (n)
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at Los Angeles
Chicago at Boston
Detroit at Minnesota
Cleveland at Kansas City

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To Give Elliot
Look at Frosh
By BOB ZWINCK
Michigan's 1962 football candi-
dates go through a final intra-
squad scrimmage, this afternoon
in preparation for next Saturday's
annual spring game.
Coach Bump Elliott will prob-
ably pit the first, second, and fifth
units against units three, four,
and six, although such a split is
not yet definite.
I ' Double Duty
Despite the rain this last week,
the team worked both on offen-
sive and defensive drills, rather
than concentrating almost exclu-
sively on one or the other.
Today's scrimmage will be held
in Michigan Stadium at 1:30 p.m.
and is open to anyone.
New Faces
Those in attendance will be able
to watch several newcomers who
have already given impressive per-
formances this spring.
Among those are quarterback
Bob Timberlake, right halfbacks
Bill Laskey and Dick Rindfuss,
fullback Mel Anthony, guards
Dave Butler and Richard Hahn,
tackle John Frontczak, and ends
Ben Farabee and John Henderson.
It is expected that Henderson
will be ready for action today, but
he sat out last week's scrimmage
with a shoulder injury.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
WV L Pct.
San Francisco 19 5 .792
St. Louis 14 5 .737
Pittsburgh 14 8 .636
Los Angeles 14 10 .583
Philadelphia 10 9 .526
Cincinnati 10 11 .476
Houston 8 11 .421
Milwaukee 8 13 .381
Chicago 5 18 .217
New York 3 15 .167

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 11, Chicago 6
Philadelphia 6, New York 5
Pittsburgh 5, Los Angeles 4
Cincinnati 3, St. Louis 2
Houston 7, Milwaukee 4
TODAY'S GAMES
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St. Louis at Cincinnati
New York at Philadelphia
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh
Houston at Milwaukee
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