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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY SATUR

DAY, MAY 12, 1962

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Volverine
By PETE DILORENZI

Nine Edges Hoosiers, 5-4

AT MICHIGAN STADIUM:
Gridders Hold Annual Finale

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Joe Jones, counted upon more
for his singles and his speed on
the bases than for his extra-base
and RBI power, came through
with a booming triple in the bot-
tom of the ninth inning to drive
home Fritz Fisher with the win-
ning run in Michigan's thrilling
5-4 Big Ten victory over Indiana
yesterday afternoon at Ferry Field.
The Wolverines will try to make
it three straight weekend sweeps
this afternoon at 1:30 as Dave
Roebuck (6-1) and John Kerr
(5-0) take the mound against Ohio
State's Buckeyes in a crucial home
doubleheader.
Score Tied
With the score tied 4-4 going
into the bottom of the ninth,
Harvey Chapman led off and
bounced out third-to-first. The
next scheduled batter was Fisher,
a very good hitting pitcher who
had already collected one hit off
Hoosier starter Dick Sparks in the
third inning to break up what
was then a no-hitter.
Lund elected to let Fisher bat
instead of a pinch-hitter even
though Fisher was having control
troubles and seemed to be lacking
the big strikeout pitch, a usual
part of his mound repetoire.
Justified Decision
And Fisher justified the decision
with a. clean single behindsecond.
This set the stage for Jones, and
the speedy secondbaseman got'
rave notices from the partisan
Buckeyes Today

crowd for his performance. Hav-
ing run up the count to 3-1,
Jones caught hold of one of
Spark's hard ones and drilled it
on a rising arc to the farthest
grass-patch of left-center field.
Before the fateful ninth, the
game was a squeaker all the way,
with Fisher on the ropes .several
times. Both teams scored a run
in the fourth, the Wolverines got
three in the sixth, and the Hoos-
iers followed with three in the
seventh.
Indiana's first run came after
first baseman Max Bailey reached
first on an error by Chapman.
Luke George followed with a walk,
and, with two out, catcher Bill
Bohnert bounced a ground-rule
double over the right-center field
fence, scoring Bailey.
Wolverines Retaliate
The Wolverines followed with
their first when Dennis Spalla
walked, went to second on Joe
Merullo's single, and scored on
Dick Campbell's ground-rule double
to straight-away center.
Two innings later, the Wolver-
ines collected three more runs.
Jim Steckley led off with a high
pop between home and first which
dropped midst the gaping mouths
and open gloves of Indiana's first-
baseman, catcher, pitcher and
thirdbaseman. Spalla delivered a
long triple to left-center, scoring
Steckley, and was followed by
Merullo, who hit a double to the
same spot, driving in another run.
Merullo Scores
Merullo took third on Camp-
bell's deep fly to left and scored on
Fisher's infield bouncer. That put
Michigan ahead, 4-1.
The lead was very short-lived,
indeed, however, as Indiana jump-
ed on Fisher for three quick runs
in the top of the seventh on Terry
Flannagan's single to right, Bill
Elyea's ground-rule double to cen-
terter and Ed LaDuke's homerun
to deep left center. That ended the
scoring until the fateful ninth.
The win upped the Wolverines'
Big Ten record to 9-1 and main-
Big Ten Standings
W L Pct.
MICHIGAN 9 1 .900
Illinois 8 2 .800
Ohio State 8 2 .800
Indiana 5 5 .500
Wisconsin 4 5 .444
Purdue 4 6 .400
Northwestern 3 6 .333
Iowa 2 4 .333
Michigan State 3 6 .333
Minnesota 0 5 .000
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Michigan 5, Indiana 4
Ohio State 6, Michigan State 3
Illinois 6, Purdue 0
Northwestern at Iowa (rain)
Wisconsin at Minnesota (rain)

Stained their one-game lead over
Illinois and Ohio State, who also
won single games. The loss drop-
ped Indiana to fourth with a 5-5
mark.
The game was unusual in that
neither team made any substitu-
tions, pitching changes, or use of
1 pinch hitters. Lund had Dave Roe-
buck and Kerr warming up
t throughout the latter part of the
game, but chose to stick with
Fisher.
Fisher was helped out of a ser-+
ious eighth inning jam in which
Indiana had two on and only one
out when Spalla made a running
catch of Jerry Flannagan's sink-
ing liner behind second and flipped
to Honig covering the bag for a
double play.
Netters Host
Ohio State
By GEORGE WHITE
Undefeated and nearly unoppos-
ed, Michigan's tennis powerhouse
appears as certain and lethal as
death and taxes, as they look for
their eighth straight victory over
Ohio State this afternoon.
The Buckeye racquetmen will
have a tough time disputing this
fact when they go against the Wol-
verines here in Ann Arbor, at 1:30
p.m. The red-hot Wolverine net-
men will travel to Wisconsin next
week in preparation for the West-
ern Conference Meet in Minneap-
olis, Thursday.
Strong in Singles
Although the Buckeyes appear
fairly strong in their two singles
positions, they will find themselves
hard-pressed to garner any games
from high-flying Senkowski, Fau-
quier or Dubie. Jim Tenney will
be no push-over either.
Each has yet to suffer defeat.
Two seniors and a sophomore
will go against the Maize and Blue
in the top three singles spots for
OSU. John White, a senior from
Lima, O., will go against Senkow-
ski. Jim Weaver, another senior,j
will back him up in the numberj
two slot. The Buckeye's will place
their faith in four sophomores for
the remaining positions.
Ohio State downed Purdue early
in the season, 6-3, but then drop-
ped a lopsided contest to Indiana,
6-3.

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By JERRY KALISH
The Wolverines didn't make it
to the Rose Bowl last season, but
they're having their own bowl
game-the Steak Bowl-this after-
noon at 2:00 p.m.
.Coach Bump Elliott has divided
his coaching staff to handle the
White and Blue units in the an-
nual intra-squad game that marks
the end of spring drills.
Medium Rare
And traditionally, the losing
coaches must buy steak dinners for
the winners. Hank Fonde and Jack
Fouts will attempt a repeat of
last spring's victory as they send
their Blue team against the Whites
TODAY'S LINEUP

Another battle waging on the
field will be that for the quarter-
back position. Frosty Evashevski is
slated to call signals for the Blue
and will be opposed by Dave Glin-
ka who has fought off all chal-
lengers the past two years for the
regular berth.
Generals on Review
But two other field generals are
still in the running. Freshman Bob
Timberlake, a powerful runner,
will aid Glinka for the Whites,
while veteran Bob Chandler will
support Evashevski.
Incidentally, Evashevski was one
of the outstanding performers last
year when he completed a 47 yd.
pass play to Raimey that led to
his team's only score. Evashevski
was pressing Glinka for the job
when he injured his knee in a
scrimmage early in the fall before
the first game. This game could

turn into what they call a "real
pitcher's duel."
Remember?
And speaking of quarterbacks,
converted halfback Tom Prichard
will be starting for the Blues.
Prichard's fine running ability was
one of the main reasons Elliott
experimented with the change in
hopes of utilizing a throwing half-
back.
Minoso Hurt
ST. LOUIS QP)-Minnie Minoso,
veteran St. Louis Cardinal out-
fielder, suffered a skull fracture
tonight in crashing headlong into
a concrete fence in pursuit of a
three-run triple by Duke Snider of
Los Angeles.

BLUE
Brown
Keating
Minko
Muir
Kurtz
Brown
Wiley
Evashevski
Prichard
Laskey
Anthony
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LG
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WHITE
Farabee
Houtman
Hahn
Green
Marcun
Simkus
Yanz
Glinka
Rindfuss
Ward
Dodd

Los Angeles.

time: 2:00, Michigan Stad.

INDIANA
Flanagan, cf
Elyea, ss
LaDuke, 2b
Kaufman, If
Bailey, lb
George, rf
Ryser, 3b
Bohnert, e
Sparks, p
Totals

AB R H RBI
5 1 2 0
5 1 x3 2
4 0 1 0
5 1 0 0
3 0 0 0
2 0 1 1
3 0 0 0
35 4 9 4

-Daily-Bruce Taylor
JOLTIN' JOE-Joe Jones, whose triple in the ninth inning yester-
day, defeated Indiana, 5-4, is shown here swinging against Mich-
igan State in last weekend's doubleheader. Jones tripled in pitcher
Fritz Fisher yesterday. Today Michigan plays Ohio State in a
crucial twin bill.
PURDUE, OSU, MSU:
Golfers Play Host
InFor-WaMeet
By GARY WINER

MICHIGAN AB R H RBI
Jones, 2b 4 0 1 1
Honig, ss 2 0 0 0
Tate. rf 4 0 0 0
Steckley, If 3 1 0 0
Spalla, cf 3 2 1 1
Merullo, c 4 1 2 1
Campbell, lb 4 0 1 1
Chapman, 3b 2 0 0 1
Fisher, p 4 1 2 1
Totals 30 5 7 5
Indiana 000 100 300-4
MICHIGAN 000 103 001-5
E-Honig, Chapman, Bohnert. DP
-Sparks, Bohnert, and Bailey; La-
Duke, Ryser, and Bailey; Spalla,
Honig. LOB-Indiana 11,-Michigan
6. 2B--Bohnert, Kaufman, Elyea,
Campbell, Merullo. 3B-Jones, Spal-
Ia. HR--LaDuke. SB-Honig. SH-
Jones.

who are coached by Bob Holloway,
Jocko Nelson, and Don Dufek.
Fonde and Fouts won their first
free dinner in three tries when
Doug Bickle kicked a 23 yd. field
goal in the fourth quarter for a
narrow 10-8 win.
Today's contest should be equal-
ly as close with the opposing
coaches having chosen up sides
earlier in the week.
"They've been split up pretty
evenly," said the bi-partisan El-
liott.
Yardstick
Elliott will use the game as a
yardstick to measure the progress
and improvement that has taken
place this spring. In accord with
this, the Meyer W,. Morton Trophy
will be awarded to the most im-
proved player in spring practice
with future promise.
Recent recipients of the award
have been Dave Raimey, last sea-
son's winner who went onto be-
come high scorer for the team, Bill
Freehan, Jim Van Pelt, Ron Kra-
mer, Roger Zatkoff, and freshman
coach Dufek.
Strong Bids
Several freshmen are putting in
a strong bid for the annual honor.
Halfbacks Bill Laskey and Dick
Rindfuss have run well so far and
will be facing each other in rival
backfields,
Starting Blue fullback, Mel
Anthony is another newcomer that
undoubtedly wil be considered.

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Last year, at Ohio State, the
Bucks found themselves on the
short end of the win ticket against
Michigan, 8-1.

MI' Tracksters Travel to East Lansing;
Take On Ohio State, Notre Dame, MSU

By STAN KUKLA
Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING-There is only
one school that has fewer track
meets than Michigan and that is
its upstate rival, Michigan State.
Today Michigan will be one of
the four competitors in State's
sole meet of the outdoor season,
which starts at 1:00 p.m. They are
running against State, Ohio State
and Notre Dame-and will prob-
ably lose.
Says Coach
At least that is what coach Don
Canham thinks.
"Our chances don't look too
good," he said, "but I couldn't
care less. We are just warming
up for th' Big Ten championships
next weekend."
Canham cites three big reasons
for his pessimistic attitude-broad
jumper Dave Raimey and sprinters
Ken Burnley and Mac Hunter.,-
These three men are in fine
shape actually, but Canham
doesn't want to press his luck. All
three have been having trouble
with their legs and -are just get-i

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ting over the effects and back
into shape.
"With these three men," Can-
ham went on, "we would probably
walk away with the meet, but it
doesn't look good.
Picks MSU
"I think that State will win.
Ohio is strong where we are - in
the field and the distance events.
State is weak here anyway, so it
doesn't make any difference to
them.
"But State has power in the
sprints and hurdles. With our
sprinters gone, State has all the
power, and will pick up most of
their. points here while we'll have
to fight for ours," he continued.
"State always wins these small
meets because they are able to
pack away at their opponents. In
the big meets, however, the oppo-
sition is able to withstand their
attack and soundly defeat them,"
he concluded.
Big Guns
The Spartans have five big guns
who have led them to victory in
past meets. Two sprinters, Sherm

Lewis and John Parker, are soph-
omores while sprinter Zack Ford
is a senior. Rounding out the 'Big
Five' are hurdler Herm Johnson
and two-miler Jerry Young.
Michigan will be throwing Big
Ten champion Bennie McRae
against Johnson and Paul War-
field of Ohio State. High-flying
Rod Denhart, who set a Michi-
gan varsity and Ferry Field record
of 15'1% "in the pole vault, will be
out to break the Ralph Young
field record of 14'4" set by Tom
Reichert of Notre Dame and Mike
Kleinhans of MSU in 1960.
Warfield took three first - in
the 100-yd. dash, the low hurdles,
and the broad jump - to lead
Ohio State to victory over Illinois
last weekend, 772 to 541/.

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"The hands of the clock are
straight up," commented golf
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer.
Indeed they are for today is the
final Big Ten golf match for the
University of Michigan before
shooting for all the marbles next
Thursday and Friday in the Big
Ten Golf Championship at Cham-
paign.
Ohio State, Purdue and Michi-
gan State will be guests of the
Wolverines today in a 36-hole
match held over the Blue course
starting at 8:00 a.m.
Resume Match
Tom Weiskopf, Buckeye sopho-
more, and Jerry Steelsmith of the
Boilermakers, are expected to re-
sume their individual dual for
medalist honors. The pair met two
weeks ago in a quadrangular meet
hleld at Champaign in which the
Wolverines finished third behind
victors Purdue and runnerup Ohio
State. Weiskopf then turned in
rounds of 72-74-146 while Steel-
smith finished only one shot off
the pace with an aggregate score
>f 75-72-147.
Hopefully, Michigan's Captain
Bill Newcomb will be able to make
the medalist title a three-way
)roposition. Playing last week on
he University course, Newcomb
ired rounds of 74-75-149 for his
best performance of the season.
Home Advantage?
Going with the home course ad-
'antage for the second consecutive
week, the linksters hope to make
up for last week's setback at the
hands of Northwestern, 22-14.
For today's meet, Katzenmeyer
vill send Newcomb at the number
>ne tee off spot; Chuck Newton,
Second; Tom Pendlebury, who shot

Michigan State's Buddy Badger
is expected to give the medalists
a run for their money also. Badger
averaged 75.6 strokes per round
last Near in competition and fin-
ished eleventh in the conference
meet.
On Monday, the Wolverines will
play their last non-conference
match against the University of
Detroit over the Oakland Hills
Golf Course. In last week's tri-
angular meet here, Michigan
downed the Titans 28-8. The
Michigan lineup will be Chuck
Newton, Tom Pendlebury, Dave
Cameron, Bill Hallock, Tom Ahern
and Ray Levandowski. Both New-
comb and Mouw have exams and
will be unable to participate.

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Dave
Mouw,
sixth.

round 74 last week, third;
Cameron, fourth; Gary
fifth; and Bill Hallock,

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San Francisco
Los Angeles
St. Louis
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
Milwaukee
Houston
New York
Chicago

LEAGUE
W L Pct.
22 8 .733
19 11 .633
16 10 .615
13 11 .542
14 12 .538
14 13 .519
13 14 .481
11 16 .407
5 17 .227
6 21 .2221

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 12, Chicago 2
Milwaukee 8, New York 5
Cincinnati 3, Pittsburgh 2 (10 inn.)
Los Angeles 8, St. Louis 5
Houston 7, San Francisco 0
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Chicago
Milwaukee at New York (2)
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
Los Angeles at St. Louis (n)
San Francisco at Houston (n)

New York 15 8 .656
Cleveland 15 9 .625
x-Minnesota 15 12 .556 2
x-Chicago 15 13 .536 3
x-Los Angeles 12 11 .522 3
Detroit 12 12 .500 3
Baltimore 13 13 .500 4
Boston 11 13 .458 4
x-Kansas City 12 16 .429 6
Washington 6 18 .250 9
x-Denotes games incomplete.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington 12, Baltimore 1
Cleveland 7, New York 1
Detroit 5, Boston 1
Kansas City at Minnesota (inc.)
Chicago at Los Angeles (inc.)
TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at Baltimore (n)
Kansas City at Minnesota
New York at Cleveland
Chicago at Los Angeles (n)
Boston at Detroit

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