THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, MAY 6, 1962
THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. MAY 6.1962
Denhart Sets Vault Mark
By DAVE GOOD
"Old home week" came at the
right time for Rod Denhart, Ben-
nie McRae and the rest of Michi-
gan's track team.
Both men rebounded yesterday
from off-days in last week's Penn
Relays' as Denhart cashed in. with
the first 15' pole vault in Michigan
history and McRae came through
wit ha prestige hurdle win over
Olympic silver medalist Willie
They highlighted the Wolver-
ines' first, last and only real home
meet of the outdoor season and
conspired with the rest of the
defending conference outdoor
champions to treat old friends
and enemies from Indiana and the
Chicago Track Club in a most
Six 'M' Winners
Michigan piled up 82 points to
52 for the Hoosiers and 38 for the
Chicagoans and got wins out of
Denhart, McRae, Steve Williams,
Charlie Aquino, Ergas Leps and
ALLOW ONE RUN:
Wolverines Complete Sweep
As Kerr, Roebuck Go Route
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DOWNED BY HOOSIERS:
Drop Third in Row
Denhart, the indoor conference
champ, had been flirting with the
coveted 15' mark all year and
cleared 15'13% yesterday on his
second try even though he nudged
the bar on the way down.
McRae gave notice that he'll be
tough to beat in the 120-yd. highs
in the Big Ten meet this month
wit ha straining, lunging :14.0 vic-
tory of less than a yard over May,
the ex-Indiana and Army -star.
He hit three hurdles and when
May pulled up nearly even with
him over the last one, McRae
was just able to hold him off on
the sprint-in to the tape.
Williams Beats Champ
Williams stood off a stiff chal-
lenge in the high jump from In-
diana's Connie Miller, who had
won the Big Ten title indoors in
Williams, a lean senior who was
the titlist outdoors two years ago
and then sat out last season in-
eligible, was the only one to clear
6'53/2" and then barely kicked off
POLE VAULT: 1. Rod Denhart
(M), 2. (tie) Overton (M) and Wade
(M), 4. Chaffee (I). Height--15'1".
(Breaks varsity record of 14'9%"
held by Eeles Landstrom, 1959; and
Ferry Field record of 14'9%" held by
Landstrom, Bob Gutowsky and Mel
Schwarz, Quantico Marines, 1959.)
DISCUS: 1. Ernst Seudek (M), 2.
Schmitt (M), 3. Gutowsky (CTC),
4. Siefert (I). Distance - 155'712".
BROAD JUMP: 1. Ted Jackson
(1), 2. Niles (M), 3. Clinton (I),
Garron (CTC). Distance-23'3".
HIGH JUMP: 1. Steve Williams
(M), 2: Miller (I), 3. (tie) Ammer-
man (M),. Gibson (CTC) and
Steptoe (I). Height -C5/2"
SHOT PUT: 1. Tom Siefert (I), 2.
Schmitt (M), 3. Gutowsky (CTC),
4. Soudek (M). Distance - 52'.
660-YD. RUN: 1. Charlie Aquino
(MW),2. Graham (I), 3. Kelly (M),
4.Romain (M). Time - 1:20.4.
(Breaks varsity record of 1:20.7 held
by Frank Geist, .1961; and Ferry
Field record of 1:21.9 held by Ted
Kelly, Michigan, 1962.)
MILE RUN: 1. Ergas Leps (M), 2.
Hibler (1), 3. Neahusan (M), 4.
Hayes (MW). Time - 4:23.
440-YD. DASH: 1. Larry Clinton
(I), 2. Reese (M), 3. Walker (I),
4. Alexejan (CTC). Time - :49.2.
100-YD. DASH: 1. Ira Murchison
(CTC), 2. Jackson (I), 3. Burnley
(M), 4. Moore (CTC). Time - :09.7.
120-YD. HIGH HURDLES: 1. Ben
McRae (M), 2. May (CTC), 3. Mc-
Nulty.,(CTC), 4. Ashmore (CTC).
Time - :14.0.
880-YD. RUN: 1. Leps (M), 2.
Aquino (M), 3. Hayes (M), 4. Banks
(CTC). Time - 1:56.9.
220-YD. DASH: 1. Murchison
(CTC), 2. Reese '(M), 3. Jackson
(I), 4. Moore (CTC). Time--:21.7.
TWO-MILE RUN: 1. Charles Um-
barger (I), 2. Harris (CTC), 3. Samp-
son (M), 4. Torgersen (M). Time -
220-YD. LOW HURDLES: 1. Jim
Moreland (CTC), 2. Peltz (M), 3.
McNulty (CTC), 4. Mason (M).
Time - 24.3.
MILE RELAY: 1. Indiana (Jim
W a 1 k e r, Art Campbell, Gene
Graham, Clinton), 2. Michigan, 3.
Chicago Track Club. Time-3:18.8.
EXHIBITION MILE RELAY: 1.
Michigan freshmen (Kent Bernard,
Angus McDougald, Sam Dyke, Dan
Hughes), 2. Michigan varsity sec-
ond team. Time - 3:19.6. (Breaks
Michigan freshman record.)
LOUISVILLE (P)- Grey-coated
Decidedly, a California colt train-
ed by Argentian Horatio Luro,
pulled away from the leaders in
the final sixteenth of a mile yes-
terday and won the 88th Kentucky
Derby by clipping a full second off
Whirlaway's 1941 track record.
Jocqy Bill Hartack, who has
been having his troubles in the big
races, piloted the winner- a husky
son -of the 1954 Derby hero Deter-
mine-to a 21 length victory over
Ridan, the heavy favorite of a
screaming throng estimated at
better than 100,000, finished third
in a rousing windup to the $162,-
Only- necks separated Roman
Line, Ridan and the fourth horse,
British-bred Sir Bibot, an in-
vader from the west coast like the
the bar with his trailing leg in
all three tries at 67".
Aquino also took the measure
of a defending Big Ten champ,
beating Indiana's Gene Graham
by three yds. in the 660-yd. run.
Running second to teammate Dave
Romain until the far backstretch,
Aquino matched kicks with Gra-
ham around the turn, but it was
Aquino winning going away in
1:20.4, a new field and vasity
record. Ted Kelly also passed Ro-
main and missed catching Gra-
ham only by inches.
Leps Wins Two
Leps, the Michigan captain, was
his old reliable self, holding back
until the last turn of the mile
to kick past teammate Jim Nea-
husan and then outlast Indiana's
Steve Hibler to win in 4:23. In
the 880, Leps took the lead mid-
way through the backstretch and
won by under two yds. over Aquino
and David Hayes in 1:56.9.
Soudek, a giant 230-lb sopho-
more from Vienna, Austria, bet-
tered 150' in the discus throw for
the second straight week, this
time beating teammate Roger
Schmitt with a toss of 155'7%/2".
In the last race, Michigan's mile
relay team lost' to Indiana but
got a big boost when George Wae,
who had tied Steve Overton for
second in the pole vault, ran an
incredible :48.7 split on the second
440 leg in his first flat race of
Carter Reese ,finished second to
Indiana's Larry Clinton in the
440-yd. dash and then took sec-;
ond in the 220 to ex-Olympian Ira
Murchison, a former Western
Michigan star. 3
By JERRY KALISH
Coach Bump Elliot had a lott
more to be pleased about than theI
sunny skies during yesterclay's1
scrimmage at the Stadium.
Unable to practice most of the
week because of heavy rains, thec
Blue did not look quite as raggedI
as they did in the last scrimmage
while several of the freshmen con-
tinued to impress the coachingc
"I'm more pleased with this
workout than the last, but we
still have work to do on polishingt
our timing and execution," said
The Blue unit, composed of the
first three teams, ground out five.
touchdowns and two extra points
to roll over the Whites, 39-0.
They seemed to be recovered
from last week's case of fumblitis,
only losing the pigskin once.
Freshman Mel Anthony picked
up where he left off last weekF
and turned in some fine gains'
from the fullback slot. Anthony
started yesterday's action with the
White squad, but was moved up1
to the Blue. He joined quarterback
Frosty Evashevski, halfbacks Tom
Prichard and Jim Ward in the
Another freshman, big Bob Tim-1
berlake ran the White offense ef-
fectively. A'nd "ran" is the right
word as the 6'3" quarterback pick-
ed up large yardage.
Early in the game, Timberlake
carried the ball 45 yds. around his
own right end on a rollout, and
then picked up another nine yds.
a few plays later to bring the ball
down to the Blue ten yard line.
But the defense got tough and
took the ball away ending the
Whites' only serious threat. 9
Yesterday's. scrimmage marked
the return to action of Bob Chand-
ler who had been sick most of the
winter. But the injury list claims
captain Bob Brown who did not.
play with a bruised hip. Freshman
halfback Bill Yaskey who has
been running with the first team
suffered a bruised shoulder.
The Michigan Rugby Club drop-
ped a 13-8 decision to the Toronto
Irish yesterday afternoon at Wines
The loss evened the ruggers'
season record at 2-2.
John Appleford scored a try for
the locals, and John Niehuss con-
verted twice to account for all the
scoring. The game ended with
Michigan on the Toronto two-
LOS ANGELES WP)-Bo Be-
linsky, a rookie Angel left-
hander, pitched the first Ameri-
can League no-hitter in four
seasons last night against Bal-,
singled Merullo home for the final
Spalla drove in the fourth run
in the fifth inning with his sec-
ond hit of the game after singles
by Honig and Ron Tate.
With a 14-hit attack in the
seventh inning second game the
Wolverines scored two runs in
first and four more in the second
inning to build up a comfortable
lead that was never threatened.
The three Spartan hurlers were
far from a hindrance to Wolverine
batsmen, giving up 12 walks in
the second game and bringing
home three runs through free
passes with the bases loaded. In
the four-run sixth inning the MSU
Roll Up 9-0
By TOM ROWLAND
Michigan's tennis team took its
first big test of the spring season
yesterday afternoon and aced it.
The Wolverine netmen, Big Ten
champs for the past three years,
rolled past Indiana's not-so-hur-
rying Hoosiers to the tune of a 9-0
The visitors, who came to town
yesterday sporting a 10-2 season.
were expected to give Michigan its
toughest opposition to date but
could only salvage a single set out
of the all-Wolverine afternoon.
Undefeated in five meets this
spring, the Michigan netters took
advantage of the Hoosiers to push
the Maize and Blue conference
mark to 3-0. They defeated Illi-
mound staff walked six men to
help seal their own downfall.
Both Tate and Spalla got two
hits and an RBI in the first game
to lead the Michigan seven-hit
attack. Dave Campbell and Har-
vey Chapman accounted for the
other two runs.
In sustaining his unbeaten
string Kerr allowed only six Spar-
tan batters to reach first base.
The capable starter kept the ball
low and around the plate most of
the afternoon causing the major-
ity of the men he faced to hit
bounders to the infield.
Centerfielder Dennis Spalla's
single with the bases loaded in the
MICHIGAN STATE AB R H RBI
sixth inning was the big hit in the
second game. Infielder Jones had a
perfect game at the plate in the
nightcap, getting two hits, walk-
ing twice, stealing two bases and
driving in three runs to pace the
Teammate Steckley also had a
hot stick, getting two hits, walk-
ing once and scoring two runs in
the second game.
The victory sweep was marred
by an injury. First baseman, Dave
Campbell who had a knee opera-
tion in high school, re-injured the
knee when he swung and missed a
fast ball thrown by Spartan hurl-
er Dave Proebstle in the fifth in-
ning. Campbell was taken from
the game and third baseman
Chapman moved over to first
while Jim Newman came in to
By JIM BERGER,
The Michigan golf team remain-
ed winless for three meets as
Northwestern captured the tri-
angular meet at the University
golf course yesterday.
In the final tally Northwestern
defeated Michigan 22-14 and De-
troit, 2812-712. The Wolverines
downed Detroit, 28-8. The 36-
hole meet was scored on an 18
hole medal play Nassau system (a
point for the first nine, a point
for the second nine, and a point
for the total.)
Michigan captain Bill Newcomb,
medalist for the meet, scored his
best, of the season. Newcomb shot
a 74-75-149. Other good scores
for Michigan were made by Chuck
Newton and Dave Cameron who
both scored in the 70's.
After a good morning round of
74, Tom Pendlebury scored an 80
in the afternoon. Gary Mouw play-
ing in the number three spot "took
the day off" according to Coach
Bert Katzenmeyer. Mouw shot two
In the number six spot Michi-
gan lost out on three points
through negligence. Tom Ahern
who played in the morning carried
an extra club and it cost him 36
penalty strokes. Ahern scored an
83 but the score goes down on
record as a 119. Bill Hallock played
the second round and fired an 80.
Northwestern was sparked by
number one man Ed Menke who
shot 78-73. The other Northwest-
ern scores were not spectacular
but the Wildcats took the meet by
taking advantage of the scoring
Actually in total score discount-
ing Thern's penalty the Wolverines
out-pointed Northwestern by 10
Detroit had no joy yesterday.
All their scores were in the 80's
and 90's. Only one sub 80 score was
turned in by the Titans.
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Specials for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
Hamburgers. . 30c
Milk Shake... 20c
French Fries . .1lOc
2 Chili 'Dogs... 38c
1 Large Root Beer 20c
a-Popped out for Smith in 7th
b-Grounded out for Bach in 8th
c-Walked for Romberg in 8th,
MICH. STATE 000 000 000-0 3 0
MICHIGAN 001 210 00x-4 7 1
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Campbell. WP-Nutter. SB-Steck-
ley (2), Jones. HBP-Merullo by
Sarkozy. LOB-Michigan State 5,
New York 7, Washington 8
Boston 8, Chicago 3
Minnesota 7, Detroit 2
Kansas City 12, Cleveland 8
Los Angeles 2, Baltimore 0
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Yesterday's clean-sweep victory
didn't come on any silver platter.
Hoosier first man Gary Baxter
gave Ray Senkowski his biggest
strain thus far this season. Sen-
kowski powered his way past Bax-
ter on a service break with the
score 3-2, Michigan, to take the
first set, 6-2, but then Baxter
forced the Wolverine champ to go
extra games in the second, 7-5.
Senkowski, a junior, has yet to
drop a set in singles play.'
C o l o r f u 1 second-man Harry
Fauquier scampered past Indiana's
Stu Cohen, 6-3, 6-3, on the
strength of his deft backhand and
still-more-deft vocal interjections.
Cohen was back in action after
pulling an arm muscle earlier in
Dubie, Tenney Win
Third and fourth-man competi-
tion wasall Michigan. Gerry Du-
bie racketed his way niftily past
Alan Graham, 6-0, 6-1, while Cap-
tain Jim Tenney subdued Mike
Gordon in 6-2, 6-2 style.
It took some time, but Michi-
gan's Tom Beach outbattled Hoos-
ier fifth-man Jim Birkley, 7-5, 6-3.
And Wolverine Ron Linclau got
back in the winner's column with
a 6-3, 6-3, conquest of Bob Ewald.
The Hoosiers play better in
pairs. The Indiana team, which
is touted for its doubles - play
strength, gave Michigan a run for
the sets in two-some action but
it wasn't enough.
First Doubles Rally
Michigan's number one doubles
rally-men Senkowski and Fau-
quier had to come from behind a
first se tloss and an 0-2 second set
s c o r e to dump Baxter and
Graham, 2-6, 6-3, 6-0.
The Wolverine duo never led
in the first stanza, but when be-
hind by two in the second came
through with a top effort to take
five straight games, tack on an-
other for the second set win, and
then smash by the Hoosiers in the
third without the loss of a game.
Dubie and Tenney broke a 4-5
deficit with three straight wins to
soften up Cohen and Ewald with
a 7-5 first set, then eased their
way to a 6-1 win in the second.
Beach and Linclau had the
littlest trouble in doubles action,
whipping Birkley and Gordon, 6-1,
SINGLES: 1. Senkowski (M) def.
Baxter, 6-2, 7-5; 2. Fauquier (M)
def. Cohen, 6-3, 6-3; 3. Dubie (M)
def. Graham, 6-0, 6-1; 4. Tenney (M)
def. Gordon, 6-2, 6-2; 5. Beach (M)
def. Birkley, 7-5, 6-3, 6. Linclau
(M) de.Ewald, 6-3, 6-3.
DOUBLES: 1. Senkowski and Fau-
quier (M) def. Baxter and Graham,
2-6, 6-3, 6-0; 2. Dubie and Tenney
(M) def. Cohen and Ewald, 7-5, 6-1;
3. Beach and Linclau (M) def. Birk-
ley and Gordon, 6-1, 6-0.
Milwaukee 6, Houston 5 (12 innings)
Los Angeles 10, Pittsburgh 1
Philadelphia 2, New York 1
Cincinnati 8, St. Louis 7
Chicago 12, San Francisco 8
San Francisco at Chicago (2)
- Los Angeles at Pittsburgh
New York at Philadelphia (2)
Houstonsat Milwaukee (2)
St. Louis at Cincinnati (2)
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a-Popped out for Elias in 3rd.
b-Struck out for Ronberg in 5th.
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Honig, Lumianski, Chiljean. DP-
Ketcham (unassisted). WP-Proeb-
stle. SB--Jones (2). LOB-Michigan
State 5, Michigan 6.
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Big Ten Standings
Michigan 4-14, Michigan St. 0-1
Illinois 7-3, Northwestern 3-4
Purdue 5-0, Wisconsin 2-1
Indiana 4-2, Minnesota 2-0
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