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___THEMICHIGANDAILY

'M' Nine

To Meet Central)

AT BRAZIL:
Six 'M' Stars Entered
In Pan-Am Competition

Gridders To Hold Sceimmage
By BILL BULLARD

1

By LLOYD GRAFF
The Michigan baseball team ven-
tures into the reservation of Cen-
tral Michigan in Mt. Pleasant to-
day for a doubleheader hoping to
OSU to Test
'M' etmenl
By MIKE BLOCK
Michigan's tennis team travels
to Columbus today to take on Ohio
State in their second dual meet of
the season..
Fresh from Monday's resound-
ing 7-2 conquest of Wisconsin, the
Wolverines don't expect much
competition from the Buckeyes.
Although last year's dual meet be-
tween the two teams was rained
out, the Wolverines proved their
superiority by scoring 66 1/2 points
in the Big Ten Meet, while the
hapless Buckeyes finished dead
last with 1/.
Ohio State doesn't figure to be
a much improved squad this year,
either.
Couldn't Schedule
Originally today's meet was to
have been a quadrangular one
among the Wolverines, the Buck-
eyes, Ohio Wesleyan, and Cincin-
nati. However, since a schedule
couldn't be worked out to satisfy
all the participants, it has been
reduced to a dual meet. Coach Bill
Murphy's men will be looking for
their second victory of the young
season; as opposed to four defeats,
all of which were suffered on their
Florida trip.
Murphy plans to go along with
the same lineup that trounced the
Badgers. Senior Ray Senkowski,
as usual, will be in the number
one position, followed by the quar-
tet of Wolverine sophomores, John
Fraser, Brian-Flood, Hal Lowe, and
Bo Baker. Junior Ron Linclau
rounds up the singles lineup at
the number six slot.,
Returns Home
Michigan returns home to the
Varsity, Courts Monday to face
Purdue, their third conference
battle of the campaign. Last year's
match with the Boilermakers
yielded a 6-3 win for the Wolver-
ines, and the men from Lafayettej
finished just one notch ahead of
OSU in the Big Tens.
Major League
Standmgs
AMERICAN LEAGUE

need help from reinforcements, ase
winning streak.s
Coach Moby Benedict will start
lefty ace, Fritz Fisher, in the first
game and probably Dave Roebuck
in the second. The starters may1
need held from reinforcements, as
the Chippewas have shown un-1
usual skill with the warclub, in
amassing a 10-1 record this sea-
son. Seven regulars are batting
over .300 this year.]
Paced Central
Dave Keilitz has paced Central
thus far, with a hefty .486 aver-
age. Dick French, a broad-should-
ered shortstop, has tomahawked
four homers already this season to
go with his respectable .316 batting1
average. Another hitter of note is
pitcher-outfielder Chuck Gronda
who boasts a .400 hitting percent-
age 'to compliment a 1.50 earned
run average and two complete
game victories.
Gronda will probably start
against Fisher in the first game
with the c o a che s matching
strength against strength. Chip-
pewa coach, Waldo Sauter, will
go with either Dick Fogel or Fred
Muntin in the finale. Both pitch-
EYE RECORDS:
Thinclads In
Ohio Relays
By DAVE GOOD
Today's Ohio Relays will give
Kent Bernard and Michigan's mile!
relay team their first big test since
their record-smashing perform-
ance in the Big Ten meet last
March.1
Don Canham, coach of the con-
ference co-champions, takes someQ
30 men into Columbus today for
Course Opens'
The nine-hole, par three golf
course is now open all day, from
10 a.m. until dark. The athletic
department announced that the
fee is 25 cents for students and
50 cents for adults.
the giant track festival that will
run some 1000 contestants through
33 events.
The Wolverines will face stiff;
competition from a number of
schools, but Canham picks West-
ern Michigan and Ohio University
as among the best.
Defend Titles
Canham's relay teams will be
trying to defend their titles in the
two-mile and distance medley and
spring an upset in the four-mile,
but it is the mile relay which
Canham is eipecting big things
from this year.
Bernard, the sophomore from
Trinidad, ran the fastest 440-yd.
relay leg tn the country during
the indoor season (:47.0) when he
anchored the Wolverine mile team
to a second place in the Big Ten
meet behind Iowa. Their time of
3:14.8 broke the varsity record
and was fourth best in the coun-
try.
Available today are Dave Ro-
main, Carter Reese and Talt Ma-
lone. ,who ran ahead of Bernard
last March, but Canham may
choose to go with either Mac
Hunter or Captain Charlie Aquino
instead.
Has Big Selection
Canham also has a big selec-
tion in the other relays. Aquino,
three times Big Ten champion at
distances from 660 to 1000 yds.,
will be the big man. Backing him
up are middle distance men Dave
Hayes, Ted Kelly, Dorr Casto, Dan
Hughes, Jim Neahusan and two-
miler Chris Murray.
Murray and Neahusan are slat-
ed for the open mile run and
Hayes the colorful 3000-meter
steeplechase.

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ers are righthanders with 2-0 rec-
ords.
Beefier Attack
Coach Moby Benedict is hoping
to pit beefier attack against Cen-
tral than the Wolverines could
muster Thursday against Eastern
Michigan. Michigan could notch
only ten hits off the neighbors
from Ypsilanti including an eyes
closed homer by gamewinner Clyde
Barnhart. George Skaff, a fill-in
for injured first sacker Dave
Campbell, chipped in with two val-
uable hits, as did Ron Tate, team
leading hitter, and captain Joe
Jones.
Nevertheless, just six runs may
not be enough against a team with
Central's power. The Chippewas
have scored six runs or more in
eight of their 11 games so far.
Michigan takes a 6-3 record in-
to today's double dip.

By RICHARD EISENBERG
Ed Bartsch, the Michigan sopho-
more backstroker, and five other
Wolverine athletes, with aspira-
tions of international glory against
some of the stiffest competition,
will compete at Sao Paulo, Brazil,
beginning today in'the fourth Pan
American Games.
The Games featuring competi-
tion between 23 nations of the
Western Hemisphere, will see 372
U.S. athletes, the largest contin-
gent ever to represent the United
States in an international con-
test.
On Swim Squad
Featured on the swimming squad
will be Wolverines Bartsch and4
Bill Farley. Bartsch, a sophomore

Three Teams To Challenge
Golfers in Columbus Meet

By GARY WINER
Special To The Daily
COLUMBUS-Michigan's varsi.-
ty golf team meets Ohio State,
Indiana, and Purdue today in its
first Big Ten quadrangular meet
of the season.1
The Wolverines, who placed1
fourth in the Miami Invitational
Golf Tournament at Coral Gables
just a week ago, will be facing
some stiff competition from the
Hoosiers and the Boilermakers.1
Indiana, defending Big Ten golft
champions, will be fielding almost1
their same team as last year. Last
week they beat Purdue and Ohio
State in competition held at
Bloomington.t
Purdue also has an outstanding
team this year, according to Mich-
igan golf Coach Bert Katzenmey-t
er.
The Boilermakers placed secondt
in the Conference Meet last year,
just five strokes behind Indiana's
winning total of 1509.
Real Competition!
"I thnk the real competition
this year will be right here int
this match," Katzenmeyer, stated
in reference to the Big Ten meet
at Madison May 17-18. "PurdueI
Belgian Wins
Boston Race
BOSTON (M) - A Belgian book-
keeper, Aurele Vandendriessche,
who couldn't sleep after midnight
because of the time change, clock-
ed a course record of 2:18:58 yes-
terday in winning the 67th Boston
A.A. Marathon in one of the great-
est finishes in its history.
The 30-year-old spinning mill
employe, who holds the world 30,-
000 meter (about 19 miles) rec-
ord, caught wobbling Olympic ti-
tlist Abeba Bikila of Ethiopia with
two miles left and won by about
500 yards.
American ace Johnny Kelley of
Groton, Conn., only domestic win-
ner here in 18 years, was second
in 2:21:09.
England's Brian Kilby was third
in 2:21:43.

and Indiana will be rough again
this year."
Ohio State, on the other hand,
has been steadily losing ground in
golf circles since the memorable
days of JackNicklaus and Mike
Podolski. The Buckeyes played
Michigan twice last year and won
the first meet, 261/2-7%.
The second encounter was in
Ann Arbor where the Michigan
squad took the victory, 25-11. The
biggest humiliation for the Colum-,
bus players came ,last year in the
Big Ten meet when the Buckeyes
finished ninth, 50 strokes off the
winning pace.
To Lead Wolverines
Captain Chuck Newton, Dave
Cameron, and Tom Pendlebury
will lead the Wolverines as return-
ing lettermen. The remainder of
the squad is composed of three
sophomores who will be making
their Big Ten golf debut-Pete
Passink, Mark Yahn, and "Frosty"
Evashevski.
Cameron fired a 300 total in
the Miami tournament to place
sixth, while Passink fired the
team's lowest round in that same
outing, a one-under par 70.
The Ohio State Scarlet Course,
par 36-35-72, is a long course
which calls for some accurate
shots with the long irons. The 36
hole match gets under way at
7:30 a.m.

from Philadelphia, who holds var-
sity records in every backstroke
event, made the U.S. team by plac-
ing second to Ensign Chuck Bit-
tick in the AAU 100-yd. back-
stroke. Since there is no competi-
tion in the 200-yd. backstroke,
Bartsch's strongest event, he was
forced to concentrate in the 100,
an event in which he placed only
fourth in the NCAA champion-
ships.
Farley, only a freshman, won
his position by placing second to
Southern Cal's Roy Saari in the
1650-yd. freestyle. Farley, from
Lacanada, Calif., has already gone
faster than the varsity record in
the 500-yd. freestyle.
Keen Unsure
Wrestling coach, Cliff Keen, ad-
mits he is unsure of the chances
of Michigan's three wrestlers in
the games due to unfamiliar com-
petitors. Jack Barden, the 191-lb.
NCAA champion, will be wrestling
in the 217-lb. division. Bill Riddle,
an Ann Arbor boy who never
went to college, but has worked
out with the Michigan squad, will
be wrestling in the 125-lb. class.
Last of the three is Dennis Fitz-
gerald, a former Wolverine, term-
ed by Keen, "one of the greatest
wrestlers in the country." Fitzger-
ald, who will compete in the 191-
lb. class, was named the top wres-
tler at the Pan American trials.
Tennis Captain
Harry Fauquier, the present
Michigan tennis captain, will be
representing Canada as will Rich-
ard Montpetit, former Wolverine
gymnastics captain. Fauquier has
played on the Canadian Davis Cup
team and is a former Canadian
junior champion. Montpetit, Mich-
igan gymnastics captain in 1961,
won five Big Ten championships in
his senior year. He is now a grad
student at the University.
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MEETING Tuesday, April 23
7:30 P.M.
1724 Traver Road

With four days of spring football
practice completed, Coach Bump
Elliott will lead his players through
a full-scale scrimmage at Michi-
gan Stadium this afternoon.
Spring practice will last for
three more weeks with practice
sessions Tuesday through Friday
and game-type scrimmages on
Saturdays. The "Spring Game"
will be held on the last day of
practice, Saturday, May 11.
Equipment Manager H e n r y
Hatch handed out 118 uniforms
for the first drill and Elliott es-
timated that about 100 were still
out for the team as of yesterday.
Despite yesterday afternoon's rain,
the team conducted its regular
workout.
"After all we'll have to play
next fall if it rains," Elliott said.
"But if it ever rains bad enough
that we have to cancel a practice,
we'll reschedule it for a Monday."
So far Elliott has been pleased
with the way that practice has
gone. "The whole team has a good;
attitude and good spirit," he com-
mented. "They've been working
very hard and have been gaining
toughness."
Elliott said he intends to split
up the squad for the scrimmage
for an actual game-type situation.
He said he would probably pit the
first string against the third string
and the second against the fourth
to promote close competition.
During the Tuesday through
Friday sessions, the team is split
into the small groups by positions

.

New York
Baltimore
x-Kansas City
Chicago
Boston
Detroit
Cleveland
x-Los Angeles
Minnesota
Washington
X-Night game.

W
5
5
5
4
5
5
3
3
3
2

L
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
6
5

Pct.
.625
.625
.625
.571
.556
.556
.426
.375
.333
.286

GB
114
2
21/
2 %,

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 3-5, Detroit 1-1
Kansas City 3, Los Angeles 2 (1st)
Baltimore 8, Cleveland 5
Chicago 3, Minnesota 1
New York 8, Washington 4
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Washington (n)
Los Angeles at Kansas City (n)
Minnesota at Chicago
Cleveland at Baltimore
Detroit at Boston
NATIONAL LEAGUE

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x-San Francisco
Milwaukee
St. Louis
Pittsburgh
x-Chicago
i-Los Angeles
Philadelphia
Cincinnati
i-Houston
New York
xi-Night games.

W L
6 2
7 3
6,3
5 3
4 4
4 5
4 5
3 4
3 6
1 8

Pet.
.750
.700
.667
.625
.500
.444
.444
.429
.333
.111

GB
-
1
2
2'/z
21/
2Y/2
2%
531

One of the
seven golden keys

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 5, Milwaukee 4
St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 1
Cincinnati'at Pittsburgh, ppd.
Houston at Los Angeles (inc)
Chicago at San Francisco (inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
Houston at Los Angeles
Chicago at San Francisco
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
St. Louis at Philadelphia
Milwaukee at New York

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