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T UESDAY, MAY 15, 1962
Diamondmen To Battle Detroit
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By BILL BLLARD
After sweeping three Big Ten
baseball games last weekend, the
Wolverines take on Detroit this
afternoon at Ferry Field before at-
tempting to wrap up the confer-
ence championship in three away
games this weekend.
The Detroit game won't be just
another ordinary non-conference
game, as both teams have a deep
interest in winning. The Wolver-
ines hope to avenge one of their
two previous regular season de-
feats while Detroit hopes to
strengthen its chances of playing
in the NCAA playoffs.
"I hope we can be ready to play
against Detroit," said Coach Don
Lund, "of course our conference
games are most important but we
like to win the others, too." He
added that Detroit wants a vic-
tory to enhance its chances of be-
ing selected to an at-large berth
in the District Four NCAA play-
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Net Powers Face
Golfers Trip Detroit, 14-4
Detroit has been beaten only
once this season and that decision
went to Michigan State. Probable
Titan starting pitcher today is
Pete Craig, who stiffled the Mich-
igan offense effectively in the 5-1
Titan victory two weeks ago.
Craig held the Wolverines to
three hits and one run in the 51/2-
inning game, which was called be-
cause of rain. Detroit scored three
runs in the first inning to take a
lead which Craig never allowed the
Wolverines to overcome. Craig had
excellent control in walking none
and striking out four.
Lund's starting pitcher is soph-
omore Bob Dunston. The Flint
lefthander has appeared in three
games this season but has not re-
ceived credit for a win or a loss.
"I hope Dunston goes all the way,"
said Lund, "but if he doesn't, I'll
bring in one of the pitchers that
worked last weekend; either Fish-
er, Roebuck, or Kerr."
These three helped to secure
Michigan's weekend victories with
their pitching performances. Fish-
er scattered nine hits and gave up
four runs in Friday's 5-4 victory
over Indiana. He struck out seven
in going the full nine innings.
The first Ohio State game on
Saturday was won by an identical
5-4 score. Kerr held the Buckeyes
to one run in the first seven in-
nings and then had to be relieved
in the eighth by Wayne Slusher.
Ohio State pushed across three
runs in the eighth, but Slusher
held the Buckeyes scoreless in the
ninth and tenth;*
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the
first of two articles previewing the
upcoming Big Ten tennis meet at
Minneapolis. Today's story deals
with the conference as a whole.)
By TOM ROWLAND
It's spring showdown time this
weekend for Big Ten tennis en-
sembles as the conference netmen
converge on Minneapolis to battle
for top midwest honors on the:
Play begins - barring inclement
climate -- on Thursday, with
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This Week m Sports
BASEBALL-Detroit, here, 3:30 p.m.
TENNIS--Wisconsin, at Minneapolis
BASEBALL--Notre Dame, at South Bend, Ind.
TENNIS--Big Ten Meet, at Minneapolis
TRACK-Big Ten Meet, at Lafayette
TENNIS-Big Ten Meet, at Minneapolis
GOL.F-Big Ten Meet, at Champaign
BASEBALL-Northwestern, at Evanston
TRACK-Big Ten Meet, at Lafayette
TENNIS-Big Ten Meet, at Minneapolis
GOLF-Big Ten Meet, at Champaign
BASEBALL--Wisconsin, at Madison (2 games)
BASEBALL-Wayne State, at Detroit
to go before the conference com-
petition Thursday, have yet to
drop more than three matches in
Heading Wolverine hopes for a
fourth straight title will be num-
ber one man Ray Senkowski, who
took the top singles championship
last season as a sophomore.
Down Evanston way, however,
Northwestern's tennis coach Clare
Riessen has come up with a rack-
etman who is figured to give Sen-
kowski his roughest match this
spring and a tall hurdle to the
singles title. The Wildcat top
man? Riessen's son.
No daddy's-favorite-boy, sopho-
more Marty Riessen was one of
the greatest high school players
in Illinois history. He was a mem-
ber of last year's United States
Davis Cup team and is rated num-
ber-one in Western Lawn Tennis
Association singles rankings.
Michigan doesn't play the Wild-
cats in scheduled play this spring,
so they'll be facing Riessen and
the rest of the Northwestern net
talent for the first time of the
MSU Still Tough
Michigan State usually is
rankedhigh in the list of Big Ten
favorites, but the Spartans have
lost some of the power that sent
them to a second-place finish last
spring. The S-boys will still be
offering some tough competition,
though, with Captain Brian Eis-
ner in the top spot.
A pair of sophomores, Dick Col-
by and Tom Jamieson, have had
successful first seasons in the sec-
ond and third singles slots.
Indiana, third place finisher in
the conference meet a year ago,
started out this spring's action in
top style but have since then suf-
fered a definite collapse.
If past records mean anything
Illinois will offer about the same
racket strength as the Hoosiers.
The Illini were tripped by both
Michigan and MSU by 8-1 counts.
Tom Boatman, Illini captain, will
lead the team in the first singles
Special To The Daily
DETROIT - Tom Pendlebury
again led the way for the Michi-
gan golfers yesterday as they de-
feated Detroit, 14-4, at North Hill
Pendlebury, a junior from Win-
sor, scored a one over par 71
to take the medal honors in the
18-hole meet. It was the second
straight meet where Pendlebury
took the medal.
The Wolverines, who overwhelm-
ed the Titans, 28-8, in a previous
outing two weeks ago at Univer-
sity Golf course, had no trouble
in winning, even though captain
and number-one man Bill New-
comb and number four-man Gary
Mouw were unbale to make the
meet due to exams.
Playing in the number-one spot
yesterday, Chuck Newton fired a
77 to take two points from his
opponent, John Conley, who scor-
ed a 79.
Pendlebury, playing in the num-
ber-two position, took three points
from his opponent, Ray Romastek,
who scored an even 80. At number
three, Dave Cameron shot a 78
but according to coach Bert Kat-
zenmeyer "could have done a lot
"Dave hit 14 of the greens but
took 40 putts," said Katzenmeyer.
"but he was hitting the ball well."
He took three points from his
opponent, Bob Honneger, who shot
At number-four position, Bill
Hallack scored an 80 to win two
Number-One Man-Newton (M)
77 (2), Conley (D) 79 (1).
Number-Two Man - Pendlebury
(M) 71 (3), Romastek (D) 80 (0).
Number-Three Man-Cameron (M)
78 (3), Honegger (D) 80 (0).
Number-Four Man-Hallack (M)
80 (2), Reidy (D) 83 (1).
Number-Five Man-Ahern (M) 78
(2y), Yamokowski (D) 82 (%).
Number-Six Man - Levandowski
(M) 79 (1), Koss (D) 79 (1').
points against his opponent, Bill
Reidy 83). Tom Ahern broke 80
for the first time this season at
number-five position when he shot
a 78. He won 2% points for the
Wolverine cause as his opponent,
Detroit's Dick Yamokowski, scored
Playing for the first time this
season, sophomore Ray Levandow-
ski broke through 80 with a 79
to tie his counterpart, Larry Koss.
Both won a point and a half.
The meet was scored on an 18-
hole medal Nassau basis with one
point given for the winner of the
first nine, one for the second nine
and a point for the total round.
The meet was originally sched-
uled to be held at Oakland 'dills
Country Club but the course was
closed due to "winter kill" and
the meet was played across the
street at North Hill. Oakland Hills
was the scene of the 1961 Na-
tional Open Championships.
Challenge M' Title
... MSU captain
matches continuing on Friday,
and final action slated for Satur-
The oddsmakers see the familiar
Big Ten tennis powers of the past
few years again leading the con-
ference in the fight for top points.
Northwestern and Michigan take
top precedent as favorites, with a
number of squads expected to give
the Wildcats and Wolverines a go
for the crown.
'M' Defending Champs
Big Ten champs for the past
three years, Michigan rates as a
top contender on the strength of
a so-far unblemished spring. The
Wolverines, with one more match
HOW THE PITCHERS
GANGED UP ON NORM CASH
Norm Cash is the Tiger's fair-
haired boy. But to enemy
pitchers, he's a prime target
for bean balls. In this week's.
Post, you'll meet the A.L
batting champ. And learn how
the pitchers put him to a
grueling test last spring.
The Saturday Evening
MAY 19 ISSUEUNOW ON SA'B
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the
first of two articles analyzing Michi-
gan's chances in the Big Ten track
meet this Friday and Saturday at
Lafayette. Today's story deals with
the other top teams in the confer-
By BOB COHEN
Big Ten indoor track champion
Wisconsin and Michigan State,
conqueror of Michigan and Ohio
State in a triangular meet last
week, appear to be the best bets
to dethrone defending champion
Michigan in the Big Ten outdoor
The meet will be held at Purdue
on Friday and Saturday of this
The Badgers have been particu-
larly impressive thus far this sea-
son and enter competition as the
They appear to be fairly well
set in all departments and are
fresh from a convincing triumph
over Colorado in a recent dual
Sprinter Bill Smith whipped
Colorado Olympian Ted Woods by
a good three yds. in the 100. He
should receive his sternest compe-
tition in the dashes from Nate
Adams of Purdue, who recently
pressed world's co-fastest human
Robert Hayes in the dashes at the
Little Elzie Higginbottom is an-
other key man in the Badger vic-
tory plan. He figures to give Pur-
due's Dave Mills a run for his
money in the 440 and will anchor
a strong mile relay quartet. Only
a soph, Higginbottom is capable
of a sub-:47 quarter-mile, and his
battle with nationally touted Mills
could be the race of the day.
Hurdle power is another prime
factor in the revitalized Wisconsin
squad. Larry Howard and the ver-
satile Smith should be somewhere
in the near vicinity when the tape
snaps in the hurdle events on Sat-
Howard will have to be in peak
form when he faces Michigan's
Ben McRae in the highs at the
longer 120-yd. outdoor distance.
Howard, who shoots from the
blocks like a scared rabbit, won at
the shorter distances indoors, but
has been whipped frequently dur-
ing the spring.
Big Don Hendrickson must be
regarded as the favorite in the
shot if only for lack of good com-
petition. He is usually out around
55 feet and that figures to carry
Miler Don Loker and 880-man
Tom Creagan are being counted
on to keep as little ground as pos-
sible between themselves and
Michigan's Ergas Leps - in their
respective races. Coach Rut Walk-
er is counting on men such as
these to garner the necessary sec-
ond and third place points to in-
Michigan State may lack the
depth to go all the way but several
of their stars should make their
presence felt. They are led by
dashmen Sherm Lewis, Zach Ford
and John Parker, a fast improving
Lewis Battles Warfield
Lewis, a football halfback, 'is
also co-favored with Paul War-
field of Ohio State in the broad
jump. High-jumper Wilmer John-
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