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SUNDAY, MAY 20 1962

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Double Loss to Badgers Leaves
Michigan Nine in Second Place

(Continued from Page 1)

4

loss after twelve victories .in a
row.
Lefty John Kerr was within one
out of his sixth consecutive vic-
tory when Badger Luke Lamboley
tripled to deep right center.
With Michigan ahead, 5-4,
Coach Don Lund waved for anoth-
er southpaw, Fritz Fisher, to come
in from the bull pen.'
Richter then stepped up and
hit his second homer of the game
on Fisher's first pitch. When the,
ball left his bat, there was no
doubt as to its destination. It
landed about fifty feet farther
from the plate than Lamboley's
triple.
Two Too Many
Both wins went to right-hander
Stan Wagner, who pitched a four-
hitter in the first game, and re-
tired the Wolverines in order in
the seventh inning of the night
cap.
In the first game, Wagner, the
Badger hurler, gave up only four
hits and none after the sixth in-
ning. This was his fourth victory
against two defeats. Dave Roe-
buck, left after seven innings, giv-
ing up five runs on ten hits.
The Badgers jumped off to a
quick lead in the first, when Luke
Lamboley reached first on an er-
ror by Harvey Chapman and Pat
Richter singled to left. On Rich-
ter's hit, left fielder Jim Steckley
bobbled the ball leaving runners
on second and third. Then Roe-
buck uncorked a wild pitch scor-
Illi Nine
Wins Title
By The Associated Press
CHAMPAIGN, Ill.-Illinois won
the Big Ten baseball champion-
ship yesterday by sweeping a
double-header from Iowa, 6-2 and
i-0,while Michigan dropped two
games to Wisconsin.
Sophomore Tom Fletcher hurled
the Illini to victory in the first
;ame,and set a Conference earned-
run average record in the process.
Ron Johnson took the mound for
the second game and blanked the
Hawkeyes on two hits in the
seven-inning affair.C
* * *
Spartans Win Twot
EVANSTON, Ill. - Michigant
State unleashed a 26-hit attackt
yesterday to score 32 runs and
swreep a double-header from f
Northwestern, 12-4 and 20-3.
* .O
Ohio State 10, Indiana 9
Minnesota 1-4, Purdue 0-3

ing Lamboley.
Wisconsin added one run in
each of the fourth and fifth in-
nings, and broke loose for the tie
breaker in the seventh with two.
With two out, Doug Keenan singl-
ed andtook second on Steckley's
secon derror. John Kleinschmidt
drove him in with a double and
Dave Tymus followed with a single
scoring Kleinschmidt.
Salt in Wounds
The Badgers added an insur-
ance run in the eighth on three
singles. Only a spectacular double
play on a pop foul to catcher Joe
Merullo prevented further scoring.
Michigan's run scoring began in
the third on a walk to Dave Camp-
bell, and a single by Chapman.
After the runners advanced on a
bunt by Roebuck, Joe Jones drove
in- Campbell with a grounder to
second and Dick Ionig's line sin-
gle to right knocked in Chapman.
The other Wolverine tallies came
in the sixth when Steckley drove
a slow curve by Wagner over the
left field fence for a home run.

During the second game, strong
winds blowing toward left field
helped six homeruns leave the
ballpark, three each for each team.
Michigan's Dave Campbell hit
solo blasts in the fourth and sixth
rounds, while Steckley picked up
his second of the day in the first
with Jones aboard.
In the third inning of the first
game Dick Honig was picked off
second base by Wagner. To make
matters worse he injured his left
hand and had to be taken to the

hospital for si xstitches. Jim New-
man played shortstop for the rest
of the afternoon.
Michigan finished the season
with a 12-3 Big Ten record and
19-11 overall.
.. Down and Out
FIRST GAME
MICHIGAN AB R H RBI
Jones 2b 4 0 0 1
Honig ss 2 0 1 1
Tate rf 3 0 0 0
Steckley if 4 1 1 1
Spalacf 3 0 1 0
Merulloc 4 0 0 0
Campbell lb 2 1 0 0
Chapman 3b 3 1 1 0
Roebuck p 1 0 0 0;
Newman ss 2 0 0 0
a-Post 1 0 0 0
Slusher p 0 0 0 0
Totals 29 3 4 3
WISCONSIN AB R H RBI
Howe of 51 10
Nau 2b 5 0 1 0
Lamboley ss 5 1 1 1
Richter rf 5 1 2 0
Keenan if 5 2 3 1
Kleinschmidt 3b 4 1 1 1
Tymuslb 3 0 2 1
Handford c 3 0 1 1
Wagnerp 4 0 1 0
Plagenz if 0 0 0 0
Totals 39 6 13 5
a-Struck out for Roebuck in 8th.
MICHIGAN 002 001 000-3 4 5
Wisconsin 100 110 21x--6 13 1
E--Steckley, Chapman, Tate. HR
-Steckley. 3B-Richter. 2B-Keenan
2, Tynus, Gleinschmidt. DP-Merul-
lo-Chapman. LOB -- Michigan 3,
Wisconsin 11. SB--Tymus. WP--Roe-
buck. SH-Chapman.
PITCHING SUMMARIES
IP' H R ER BBSO
Roebuck (L, 7-2) 7 10 5 4 1 4
Slusher 1 3 1 1 0 0
Wagner (W) 9 4 3 3 3 11

JIM STECKLEY
... homers in vain

Final Big Ten StandingsI

Illinois
MICHIGAN
Ohio State
Wisconsin
Michigan State
Indiana
Northwestern
Iowa
Purdue
Minnesota

W L
13 2
12 3
9 5
8 6
6 8
6 8
5 9
3 8'
4 11
2 8

Pct.
.867
.800
.643
.571
.429
.429
.357
.273
.267
.200

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JOHN KERR
. victory slips away

SECOND
MICHIGAN
Jones 2b
Honig ss
Tate rf
Steckley If
Spalla cf
Merullo c
Campbell lb
Chapman 3b
Kerr p
Fisher p

GAME
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2 1
2 0
0 0
2 1
0 0
0 0
3 2
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2 0
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MICHIGAN CHOSEN:
Athletic sDirectors
Pick Sites for Finals,

Major League
Standings

AMERICAN

Cleveland
New York
Minnesota
Baltimore
Los Angeles
Chicago
Detroit
Kansas City
Boston
Washington

LEAGUE
W L Pct.
19 12 .613
19 12 .613
20 14 .588
18 14 .563
16 15 .516
18 17 .514
14 16 .467
15 20 .429
13 18 .419
8 22 .267

GB
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6
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS'
Baltimore 11, Chicago 6
New York 2, Minnesota 1
Kansas City 8, Washington 4,
Detroit 9, Cleveland 3
Los Angeles 6, Boston 5
TODAY'S GAMES
Minnesota at New York (2)
Baltimore at Chicago (2) t
Kansas City at Washington (2)
Los Angeles at Boston (2)
Detroit at Cleveland (2)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
San Francisco 27 10 .730 -
Los Angeles 23 13 .622 3%
St. Louis 19 13 .606 5%4
Cincinnat 19 14 .576 6
Pittsburgh 16 16 .500 8%
Philadelphia 15 17 .469 9Y2
Milwaukee 16 19 .457 10
Houston 12 22 .353 133/
New York 10 19 .345 13
Chicago 10 24 .294 13Y2
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 7, Chicago 5
New 'York 6, Milwaukee 5
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (rain)
San Francisco 10, Houston 2
St. Louis 5, Los Angeles 1 (6 inn.)
TODAY'S GAMES
Houston at San Francisco (2)
St. Louis at Los Angeles
New York at Milwaukee (2)
Chicago at Philadelphia (2)
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh

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By STAN KUKLA
Special To The Daily
LAFAYETTE-The faculty rep-
Tesentatives and athletic directors
of the Big Ten finished three days
of discussions on matters of rules
and regulations and its official at-
titude on important business (i.e.,
the Rose Bowl and the AAU), yes-
terday morning.
In a meeting late Friday, the
faculty representatives decided on
the places where the-championship
meets in swimming, gymnastics,
wrestling, and track will be held.
Major Change.
In a major change, the repre-
sentatives decided to hold the
swimming and indoor track cham-
pionships on different weekends.-
The. track will be held on March 1
and 2 at Wisconsin and the swim-
mirig at Purdue the following
weekend, March 7, 8, and 9.
The wrestling meet will be held
at Northwestern on March 8 and
9. The gymnastics meet is sched-
led for March 9 at Michigan
State.
The outdoor track meet has
een tentatively scheduled for
Michigan but the final decision is
up to Michigan's athletic director,
Fritz Crisler, and track coach Don
Canham.
Minor Change
Yesterday morning a joint meet-
ng of the faculty representatives
nd athletic directors decided to
evise some of the Big Ten rules
o conform with the far-reaching
vCAA rules. The changes they ad-
ised, however, were only minor
nd will not change substantially
he prevailing Big Ten policy.
Among the rule changes is one
oncerning NCAA jurisdiction'over
igh school boys competing in all-
tar games before they enter col-
ege. If a high school boy plays in
n all-star game which is not ap-
roved by the state, he could lose
year of eligibility. The rule
cange would allow the NCAA to
ssume jurisdiction over those
oys when the state fails to do so.
Other minor changes in the in-
erpretation of eligibility rules
ere also made.
Swimming Tabled
On the negative side of the ledg-
r a motion brought forth by the
wimming coaches and athletic di-

I-

rectors was tabled. If passed, this
motion would have forbidden
swimmers to compete in events
outside of a 75-mile radius around
their homes during the off-season.
This motion can be brought before
the board again in their next
meeting.
Another motion to raise the
number of placers in the swim-
ming finals from 12 to 18. This
motion was similarly tabled. At
present, the first six places are de-
termined in the finals and the
next six from the times which the
competitors got in the prelimin-
aries.
The next meeting of the faculty
representatives will be held in De-
cember.

Totals
WISCONSIN
Howe cf
Nau 2b.
Lamboley ss
Richter rf
Keenan If
Kleinschmidt
Tymus lb
Williams c
Nelson p
Ambelang p
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Wagner p
Plagenz if
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30 6 11 5
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in 6th.
MICHIGAN 200 102 0-5 11 2
Wisconsin 021 010 2-6 10 1
E-Merullo, Honig, Williams. 2B-
Keenan, Kerr. 3B--Lamboley. DP--
Tymus-Williams. LOB-Michigan 5,
Wisconsin 5. SH--Honig, Williams,
Tymus. SB--Honig.
PITCHING SUMMARIES
IP H R ER BBSO
Nelson 3% 11 5 5 1 3
Ambelang 'A 0, 0 0 0 0
Wagner (W) 1 0 0 0 0 1
Kerr 6% 9 5 4 1 4
Fisher (L, 4-5) x 1 1 1 0 0

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