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FRIDAY, MAY 18,1962

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1962 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Big

Ten Receives Rose Bowl Contract

Anticipate Quick Approval;
Round-Robin Plan Dropped

WISCONSIN STILL FAVORED:
Cindermen To Defend Crown

LAFAYETTE (P)-The Big Five
Conference accepted a bid to renew
Rose Bowl relations with the Big
Ten yesterday by submitting a
proposed contract for renewal of
the Pasadena football series.
Commissioner Bill Reed of the
Big Ten submitted the contract to
a joint group of Big Ten faculty
representatives and athletic 'di-
rectors, as the confgerence's spring
meeting began.
Official approval by both leagues
of the "open end" past, similar to
the one which expired in 1960 be-
tween the Big Ten and the defunct
Pacific Coast Conference, was re-
garded As a mere formality.
Would Begin New Year's
The pact would begin with the
New .Year's Day game and would
include a no-repeat stipulation for
a Big Ten representative.
Reed disclosed the receipt of the
'fcontract after the conference lead-
ers had formally dropped the pro-s
posed round-robin football sched-
ule, tabbed to begin in 1969.
The round - robin plan would
have gradually worked up to a
point where a Big Ten team would'
play all the nine other teams in
the conference every season.
The plan was rejected in an
unannounced vote required as a
follow-up to a similar ballot at the
Big Ten's March meeting in East
Lansing.
The"Big Ten currently plays a
nine-game overall schedule with a
six-game conference minimum.
Free To Start

hardship," das denied.
Another eligibility case rejected>
involved a Wisconsin golfer, Gil-
bert Larson, while the most prom-
inent case studied by the faculty
men involved Ohio State's nation-
al and Big Ten diving champion,
Louis Vitucci. It was reported that
the degistrar mistakenly deprived
Vitucci of eligibility in the winter:
of 1960. As a result, the Buckeye
star will get another season of
competition next year prior to his
spring graduation.;
Also granted another year of" 3
competition under much the same
circumstance was quarterback Ron
Carlson of Wisconsin from Rock- BOB CANTRELL
ford, Ill. ,. . , receives eligibility grans
WINLESS IN REGULAR SEASON'.

By STAN KUKLA
Special To The Daily
LAFAYETTE-The string has
run out for defending Big Ten out-
door track champion, Michigan, as
the Wolverines lay their crown on
the line this afternoon.
Eager to avenge a drubbing by
WisconsIn's cindermen in the in-
door championships in March, the
Wolverines will be going all out
to retain their title. However, as
of now, they are rated as under-
dogs to the powerful Badgers.
The championships start this
afternoon at four when trials and
finals in the broad jump and dis-
cus throw take place. Also sched-
uled for this afternoon are trials

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in all the running events. Follow-'
ing the trials, the semi-finals in
all events, except the 100-yd. dash
and the 120-yd. high hurdles, are
scheduled to be run off.
Vault First Event
Tomorrow's action is slated to
start at one-thirty with the pole
vault, the high jump, and the shot
put. Semi-finals in the 100-yd.
dash and 120-yd. highs are to be
run at this time also. The offi-
cial afternoon program begins at
2:10 p.m. with the opening cere-
monies, followed by the finals in
all events.
In the pole vault, leapin' Rod
Denhart is attempting to fell the
11-year old vault mark of 14'10".
Backing him up are Steve Overton
and George Wade.
Wade To Run
Wade, who has impressed Coach
Don Canham with his running' in
past meets, is scheduled to run one
leg of the mile relay.
Dave Raimey, whose leg is still
bothering him, may not see any
action in the broad jump, leaving
Doug Niles as the only Michigan
entry in that event.
Roger Schmitt is the only en-
try in the shot put, and only Er-
nie Soudek joins him in the dis-
cus throw. High jumpers Steve
Williams and Al Ammerman round
out Michigan's entries in the field
events.
Coach Canham expects Michi-
gan to score big in the distance
events and one look at those try-
ing to qualify show why he be-
lieves this.

Ergas Leps, who has won the
880 and mile runs in Big Ten in-
door-outdoor competition for the
last three meets, is expected to
continue his dominance in these
events.
Backing Leps in the 880 are Jay
Sampson ,and Dave Hayes, while
Jim Neahusan backs him in the
mile run. Chris Murray is the only
entrant for the Wolverines in the
gruelling two-mile run.
Chuck Aquino and Ted Kelly are
hoping to be among the finalists
in the 660-yd. run. This event is
being held for only the second
time in recent years and a new
record is sure to be set.
McRae in Hurdles
Bennie McRae will be running
in the low and high hurdles with
Chuck Peltz joining him on the
lows.
Michigan's sprint aggregation is
composed of Carter Reese running
the 220, Ken Burnley in the 100,
and Bill Hornbeck, Mac Hunter,
Talt Malone, and Len Cercone in
the 440.
A talk and discussion
IS THERE LIFE
AFTER DEATH?
MICHIGAN LEAGUE
CONFERENCE ROOM
8 P.M... .FRIDAY, May 18
Theosophical Society NO 2-8016

Underdog Golfers Seek Title

The athletic directors and
ball coaches, who already
drafted-1965-66 slates with
conference games a school,
were free to start work on a
ilar schedule for 1967-68.

foot-
have
seven
thus
sim-

By JIM BERGER
Special To The Daily
CHAMPAIGN - The Michigan
golf team will be after its thir-
teenth Big Ten Golf Championship
beginning this morning at the Il-
linois Golf Course.
The Wolverines, who have not
finished first in any of the regular
season meets, are not even rated as
contenders for this Conference
meet.
Five in Running
According to Michigan Coach
Bert Katzenmeyer, the teams in
the running are Purdue, Minneso-
ta, Michigan State, Indiana and
Wisconsin, but not necessarily in
that order.
The Wolverine squad consists of,
two seniors, two juniors, and two
sophomores. At number-one man,
Michigan will have Captain Bill
Newcomb. Juniors Chuck Newton
and Tom Pendlebury will be Kat-
zenmeyer's number two and three
men, respectively. The two sopho-
mores, Gary Mouw and Dave Cam-
eron, will go as Michigan's fourth
and fifth men, respectively, and
senior Tom Ahern will round out
the team at the number six spot.
Fell to Seventh
Last season, the Wolverines
went into the Championships, then

held at Bloomington, with an un-
defeated regular season log, but
fell to seventh in the Conference
meet.
This season, the reverse is true
for Michigan going into the Meet.
The ten teams will play six
men, but will count only the five
lowest men of each individual
round. The teams will play 72 holes
in two days, 36-holes today and 36-
holes tomorrow.
All Have Been Here
Every Big Ten team has played
at least one match at Illinois'
tough Savoy course this season.
In 166 rounds of pre-champion-
ship meets, Illinois' Bill Becker,
with a 71, is the only golfer to
shoot below the par of 72. Ohio
State's Tom Weiskopf and Pur-
due's Jerry Jackson have tied par.
Northwestern has made the best
five-man 36-hole score with a 760.
Defending NCAA champion, Pur-
due, scored 769 during poorer
weather. Otherdscores on the
course were Indiana 770, Ohio
State 722, Illinois 782, Minnesota
783, Wisconsin 789, Iowa 793,
Michigan 794, and Michigan State
820.
Pendlebury has the lowest score
of any Wolverine this season in
a single round, shooting a 71 in
his last two outings.

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The Rose Bowl contract was to
be studied. by the Big Ten and
perhaps approved before the Pur-
due meeting ends tomorrow. The
Big Five is expected to ratify the
pact at its conference session in
Victoria, B.C., June 11-14.
The Big Ten last Jan. 2 had
suggested a new agreement in a
meeting with Big Five leaders at
Pasadena. There had been no
word of Big Five thinking on the
matter until yesterday's disclos-
ure.
"I believe all that remains,"
said Reed, "are the' wedding cere-
monies.
oe Old Pact Expired
The. old Rose Bowl pact expired
with the 'New Year's Day game
of 1960 after a 13-year run in
'Which the Big Ten held a .one-
sided edge. The Big Ten's Minne-
sotahmade successive appearances
in the 1961 and 1962 Rose Bowl
games but on an individual Big
Five-Gopher arrangement.
The Big Five, because of its
current limited membership is
certain to waive no-repeat restric-
tion on its part, which is entirely
suitable to the Big Ten.
In other action, the faculty:
group acted in seven eligibility
cases and introduced Ed Cady as
Indiana's new faculty representa-
tive replacing John Mee.
The directors spiked a Michi-
gan State proposal to switch Mon-
day night conference basketball
play to Wednesday night.
Eligibility rules were waived be-
cause of extenuating circumstances
to allow varying extension of com-
petition for: baseball player Carl
Eder of Iowa, basketball player
Bob Cantrell and football player
Bob Quist of Michigan, and hock-
ey players Dave Brooks and Gary
Schmalzbauer, and swimmer Law-
rence Doffing of Minnesota.
Cantrell dropped out of the Uni-
versity this semester to recover
from mononeucleosis. Quist, a for-
mer all-state fullback from Grand
Rapids Catholic Central High, is a
first semester freshman who had
been enrolled at a military school.
Cronk Request Denied
However, Minnesota's request for
another season of play for basket-
ball star Ray Cronk, who missed
one season because of "economic

CAPT. BILL NEWCOMB
.. . heads golfers

Diving Meet
To Take Place
At 'M' Pools
About 75 divers will compete in
diving events all day tomorrow in
a meet run by Michigan diving
coach Dick Kimbell in both the
Varsity and Intramural Pools.
Age group diving, men and wom-
ens' open diving, and the men's
and women's Junior National
Tower Diving Championship com-
prise the varied program. Divers
from all over the midwest; the
East, and Canada are entered in
the events.
No Admission Charge
There is no admission charged
for the meet. Men's open diving
will start at 10 a.m. Other events
start at'12 noon and some of the
finals are scheduled for 8 p.m.
All the Tower Diving is to take
place at night. Favorites to take
the men's title are Wolverine sen-
ior Ron Jaco and Wolverine fresh-
man John Chandler. University
coeds Karen Ryan and June Mori
of the Ann Arbor Swim Club are
expected to pace the women in this
high board event.
WJB KTV
Channel 2
6:00 P.M. Saturday
DR. EDWARD R. ANNlIS
tells
THE REAL FACTS
ABOUT MEDICARE
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Major League Standings

NATIONAL

LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB

San Francisco 26 9 .743 -
x-Los Angeles 22 12 .647 3i
St. Louis 18 13 .581 6
Cincinnati 18 14 .563 6Y2
Pittsburgh 16 15 .516 8
Philadelphia 14 16 .467 91j
Milwaukee 15 18 .455 10
x-Houston 11 20 .355 13
New York 9 18 .333 13
Chicago 9 23 .281 1512
x-Playing on coast.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 1, San Francisco 0
Milwaukee 7, Pittsburgh 2 (n)
Philadelphia 9, Cincinnati 6 (n)
Houston 4, Los Angeles 0 (5 inn.)
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Philadelphia (n)
Houston at San Francisco (n)
New York at Milwaukee (n)
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (n)
St. Louis at Los Angeles (n)

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Cleveland 18 11 .621 -
New York 18 11 .621 -
Minnesota 19 13 .594 1/
Chicago 18 15 .545 2
Baltimore 16 14 .533 2/
Los Angeles 14 15 .483 4
Detroit 13 15 .464 42
Boston 13 16 .448 5
Kansas City 14 19 .424 6
Washington 7 21 .252 102
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 6, Los Angeles 4 (n)
New York 2, Boston 1
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at Chicago (n)
Kansas City at Washington (n)
Los Angeles at Boston (n)
Detroit at Cleveland (n)
Minnesota at New York (n)

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