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THE MIC2IGAN DAILY

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AT PENN RELAYS:
Sophomore Pole Vaults 16'5"

'M' Diamondmen Split Doubleheader

PHILADELPHIA (P) - Soph-
omore Brian Sternberg of the Uni-
versity of Washington set an un-
official world outdoor pole vault'
record at the Penn Relays Satur-!
day of 16 feet, 5 inches.?
Sternberg, who recently vaulted
16-31{2 indoors, set the record on
his first try outdoors to soar over
the 16-foot barrier. His first jump
of the day was 16-1, and his sec-
end_ try was the world mark.
Ammerman First
Michigan's Al Ammerman leap-
a towering 6'6" yesterday to pick
up the lone Wolverine first place
yesterday.

The Michigan mile relay team
finished sixth, and the two-mile
relay squad was third. The Wol-
verines didn't run in the sprint
relay.
Ammerman won first place in
the high jump on fewest misses,
clearing the 6'6" mark on the.
first try over. In the two-mile
relay third man Dave Hayes clock-
ed the fastest time, finishing in
1:52.7. Other times: Rock Casto,
1:55.5; Ted Kelley, 1:53.8; and
Charlie Aquino, 1:54.5.
Relay Winner
Villanova sped to victory in
meet record time in the sprint

Thinclads Smash Records
In Open Federation Meet

By RICHARD EISENBERG.
While Michigan's top varsity
athletes were competing at the
Penn Relays yesterday, the re-
mainder of the squad and fresh-
TSC Takes
Four Relays
DES MOINES, Iowa (WP)-Lester
Milburn and Ray Saddler helped
little Texas Southern win four of
the feature. relays at. the rain-
splattered Drake Relays here yes-
terday.
Milburn had a hand in all four
as the all-Negro team won the
college mile relay in 3:12.9, the
college 880-yd. relay in 1:25.9, the,
college 440-yd. relay in :41.4 and
the college sprint medley relay in
3:23.1.
Stanford, which was supposed to
challenge for the team title, won
only the university distance medley
yesterday with a 4:09.4 mile an-
chor leg from Harry McCalla.
Iowa's mile relay team of Gary
Richards, Scott Rocker, Gary Hol-
lingsworth and Roger Kerr timed
3:13.5 to win the university divi-
sion of their race.
Roger Sayers of Omaha defeated
Purdue's Nate Adams and Illinois'
Trent Jackson in the 100-yd. dysh
as all three were timed in :09.6.
Alonzo -Littlejohn- of Western
Michigan won the high jump at
6'7.1", while Bill Holden, who set
an indoor record of 6'10' for Wis-
consin in the indoor Big Ten meet,
settled for /a three-way tie for
third at 6'4".
Wisconsin inished second in the
480-yd. shuttle hurdle relay in
:59.8 behind Air Force, and Big
Ten mile champion Gary Fischer
of Iowa finished only third in the
mile, won by Western Michigan's
Nell Browne in 4:15.7.
Fred. Hansen of Rice broke the
meet record by pole vaulting 15'-
711", and former Oregon State
NCAA champion Dyrol Burleson
broke his own meeet record with
a 4:05.4 in the invitational mile,
defeating Robin Lingle of Colum-
bus, Mo.
Other relay winners were Baylor,
.42.2 in the university 440-yd. re-
lay;; Oregon: State, 7:31.5 in the
university two-mile relay; Loyola
of Chicago, 7:39.9 in the college
two-mile relay; and Abilene Chris-
tian, 1:26.4 in the university 880-
yd. relay.
Major League
Standings

men were performing against the
similar segments of teams from
Michigan State, Western Michigan,
Eastern Michigan, Wayne State,
Bowling Green, and the Ann Arbor
Track Club at Ferry Field in the
Michigan Open Federation Track
Meet.
In the process the thinclads set
six new meeet records in the' dis-
cus, shotput, 660-yd. run, mile
run, 330-yd. hurdles, and the mile
relay.
Ernst Soudek, the varsity dis-
cuss man from Austria, threw the
disc 169 ft., three feet farther
than he threw in the Penn Relays
a' day.earlier.
In the high jump, Al Potratz
from EMU, jumped 6'2". Bob Den-
sham, a Michigan freshman, also
jumped the same height but Po-
tratz was awarded first place on
fewer misses. R r
New Record
Roger Schmitt of Michigan set
a new meet record in the shot
put with a heave of 53'8". Michi-
gan monopolized the pole vault,
with George Wade and Steve
Overton tying for first at 13'6"..
Overton later jumped 14' after
the competition.
In the broad jump Bob Barnett
of EMU leaped 23'5". Michigan's
Tom Sweeney and Doug Miles
placed fourth and fifth respective-
ly. EMU also won the half mile
with George Mason setting a new
record with a time of 1:55.1.
John Gregg, representing the
AATC, won the 100 in :09.9. Gregg,
a dental student at the University,
also anchored the AATC's quarter
mile relay team which placed
fourth to the victorious WMU
freshmen..Mike Gallagher, also of
WMU, won the mile in the record-
setting. time of 4:19.6.
MSU freshman Mike Marten
set a new record in the 660 with
a time of 1:19.9.
Burnley Scratched
In the 220 yd. dash Gary Bar-
ham of .WMU was timed In 22.4.
Ken Burnley of Michigan, who
won his heat in 22.7, was scratched
from the finals by coach Elmer
Swanson who stated Burnley has
not fully recovered from a leg
injury and he (Swanson) "did not
want to push his luck."
Cal Williams of WMU won the
440 with a time of :50.0 seconds.
Talt Malone, who ran a fine :49.
anchor leg on Michigan's mile
relay team, finished fifth.
In the last individual event of
of day Dick Sharkey of the MSU
freshmen won the two mile run
with a time of 9:14.5. Jim Neu-
hausen of Michigan finished a
distant second. Chris Murray, the
fine Michigan distance man who
is recovering from a flu attack,
finished sixth.

medley relay and Michigan State
won the 440-yd. relay.
In scoring its first victory ofI
the two-day competition the Vil-
lanova quartet of Don Webster,
Ron Hangey, Marsh Uzzle and
Noel Carroll turned in a 3:20.1
clocking, smashing the old record
of 3:22.5 set by a Villanova team
in 1958. Oregon State was second,
about 11 yards behind, with St.
John's third.
Michigan State's 440 team of
John Parker, Walker Beverly,'
Sherm. Lewis and Bob Moreland
won by some 7 yards over Man-
hattan, with Maryland State third
and Navy fourth. The winners
were clocked in 41.5 seconds.
Earlier, Jim Keefe of Central
Connecticut State opend the pro-
gram with a record breaking per-
formance in the 2-mile run. He
was timed in 8:56.2.
Second Event
After about five hours of high
school track events following
Keefe's effort, the second major
event of the day resulted in a vic-
tory for Norman Tate of North
Carolina College of Durham in
the hop, skip and jump. Tate re-
corded a 49 foot, 5 inch mark in
the triple jump. Grant King of
Albright was second with 47-2,
and Charley Mays of Maryland
State third with a 47-1.
Keefe, the New England two-
mile champion, wiped out the
9:01.7 mark set by Lew Stieglitz
of Connecticut in 1957. He was
followed across the finish line by
Bill Straub of Army and Joe
Lynch of Georgetown.
DISCUS RECORD:
Oerter Sets
Toss Mark
WALNUT, Calif. (A')-Al Oerter
of the New York Athletic Club
bettered his old world record in
the discus throw yesterday with
a mark of 205', 51/2".
The 26-year-old Oerter, a two-
time Olympics winner in the last
two international games, broke
his own mark on his second try
in the Mt. San Antonio Relays.
His recognized record is 204',
101/" set in Chicago July 1, 1962.
This was in a meet between the
United States and Poland.
Earlier Bob Hayes, Florida
A&M, ran the fastest 100 meters
in track history-:09.9-but it
won't count .as a .world's record
because of an 11-mile-per-hour
wind at his back.
Running unattached, Hayes fin-
ished about three yds. in front of
Henry Carr of Arizona State and
John Gilbert of the Southern
California Striders, both of whom
were clocked at :10:0.
The world record of :10.0 is
held by Armin Hary of Germany
and Harry Jerome of Canada.
The allowable wind assistance
is 4.473 m.p.h.
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MICHIGAN
Jones, 2b
Newman, ss
Tate rf
Spalia of
Campbell, lb
Steckley, If
Chapman, 3b
P. Adams, c
Roebuck, p
Totals
PURDUE,
Buente, rf
Bresnahan, rf
Chess, ss
Lui, 3b
Weiler, lb
Pugh, If
Eby, cf
Garland, 2b
McKenzie, 2b
Rezabeck, p
Totals
MICHIGAN
PURDUE

AB R H RBI
4 1 1 0
3 1 0 0
4 0,2 0
4 0 2 0
4 -1-1-3
34 3 9 3
AB R H RBI
4 0 0 0
1 0 0 0
4 0 0 0
4 0 1 0
3 1 1 0
4 3 3 0
4 0 2 1
4 0 2 3
35 6 1106
40 000
40 22 0 006111

By BILL BULLARD
Special To The Daily
LAFAYETTE-Michigan's base-
ball team lost to Purdue here yes-
terday in the first game of a
double header, 6-3, but exploded
for a 9-4 victory in the nightcap.
After losing the opening game
to Illinois 6-5 Friday, the Wol-
verines now have a 1-2 Big Ten
record. Improved Purdue is 2-1
in the conference after beating
Slow Start
FIRST GAME

Michigan State on Friday. The
surprising Boilermakers have a
12-5 overall record.
Ron Tate was the goat of the
first game and the hero of the
second. With two outs and men on
first ar4d second bases in the
fourth inning of the first game,
Tate dropped a fly ball that seem-
ed to be a certain catch. One run-
ner scored on the play and an-
other Purdue run came after the
next batter singled.
This gave Purdue a 2-0 lead
which Jim Steckley demolished
with a three run homer in the
sixth inning. The Boilermakers
took the lead again in the bottom
of the inning and never relin-
quished it.

Injury Puts Honig Out
For Conference Sesn

Tate's feat in the second game
was hitting a grand slam home
run to cap a six-run rally in the
fourth inning. This gave the Wol-
verines an insurmountable 9-1
lead.
Both games were wild hitting
affairs with mistakes and errors
abounding. Michigan had two
errors in each game. The Boiler-
makers also had a total of four
errors.
Despite the raging offenses,
pitching changes were few. Dave
Roebuck and Allan Rezabek went
the distance in the first game de-
spite the fact that they gave up
11 hits and 9 hits respectively.
In the second game, Jim Bobel
went almost the entire distance

with sophomore Clyde Barnhart
coming in to face the last three
batters of the game. Larry Van-
derwielen was knocked out of the.
box after pitching three innings
and giving up three runs. Creigh-
ton Burns relieved Vanderwielen
in the fourth inning and gave up
six runs, all of them unearned
except one.
The close 3-2 score in the first
game became a 6-3 Purdue victory
when the Boilermakers pushed
across two runs each in the sixth
and eighth innings. In the sixth,
Roebuck walked the leadoff bat-
ter, Bill Weiler. Two straight
singles by Tom Pugh and Ken Eby
loaded the bases, and then Dave
McKenzie smashed a double to
drive in two runs.
Insures Win
Rezabek insured his own victory
by lashing a single to drive in two
more runs in the eighth..
Despite getting nine hits against
Rezabek, the Wolverines were con-
tinually frustrated as they could
never get more than two hits an
inning.
In the second'game the Boiler-
makers got 11 hits off Bobel, but

BULLETIN

DETROIT (R - D i c k the
Bruiser, his face blood-smeared,
won his grudge wrestling match
with suspended Detroit Lions
football star Alex Karras last
night on a pin after 11 minutes,
21 seconds.
The Wolverines Jumped on Van-
derwielen for three runs in the
third inning. Bobel reached first
on an error and with two outs was
doubled home by Jim Newman.
Tate got his first hit of the double
header, a double that drove in
Newman. Tate was driven home by
Dennis Spalla's single.
A six-run rally in the next inn-
ing then clinched the victory.
Michigan's overall record is
now 8-6.

just as in the previous game with
Michigan, Purdue could never
come up with a big scoring inning.
The hits were so well scattered
that Purdue made two hits each
in the last five innings. of the
game. They scored all four of their
runs in different innings.

I

Special To The Daily
LAFAYETTE--X-rays of short-
stop Dick Honig's wrist taken yes-
terday morning revealed a fractur-
ed bone which will keep him out of
the Michigan lineup for the rest
of the Big Ten season.
A cast was puton Honig's wrist
yesterday morning after Honig
was hit on the left wrist by one
of Pat Holland's pitches in the Il-
linois game Friday afternoon. The
doctor who put the cast on says
that Honig will have to wear it
for a minimum of five weeks.
If Honig's teammates can win
the Big Ten championship he will
possibly be able to play in the
NCAA tournament which the Wol-
verines won last season.

E-Tate, Chess, Chapman. 2B-
McKenzie. HR-Steckley. DP-Reza-
beck to Chess to Weiler. SB-Mc-
Kenzie. LOB-Michigan 5, Purdue 7.
PITCHING SUMMARIES
IP R ER H SO BB
Roebuck (L, 1-1) 8 6 4 11 6 2
Rezabeck' (W, 4-0) 9 3 3 9 7 1

SECOND GAME
MICHIGAN AB
Jones, 2b 3
Newman, ss 3
Tate, rf 4
Spalla, cf 4
Campbell, lb 4
Steckley, lf 4
Skaff, 3b 4
P. Adams, c 3
Boebel p 3

R:
1
1
2
0
0
4
1
1

H RBI
1 0
xi
2 5
0 0
1 0
0 0
0 0
2 2

Honig stayed in the game Fri-
day after being hit by the pitch
in the eighth inning. He scored
the tying run on an infield out
by Denny Spalla. Illinois pushed
across a run in the bottom of
the inning to win 6-5, in the bot-
tom half of the inning, Honig was
replaced by Jim Newman. In his
brief time on the field, Newman
fielded two balls and threw the
runners out at first base.
Honig has been the regular Wol-
verine shortstop for the past two
seasons. He was the second lead-
ing hitter on the team last season.
Along with second baseman Joe
Jones, he formed a double play
combination that led the nation
in that category.
Honig was in uniform for yes-
terday's doubleheader and serv-
ed as a coach in the first and third
base coaching boxes.
Before the road trip, Newman
was the second leading hitter onj
the team with a .368 average al-j
though he was not a regular start-
er. Coach Moby Benedict said last
week that he considered Newman
as one of his four regular outfield-
ers.
Newman played in 26 games last
season, hitting .271. He played
both third base and shortstop but
this season was switched to the
outfield.

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Totals X32 9 7 9
PURDUE AB R H RBI
Bresnahan, rf 3 0 1 0
Chess, ss 4 0 1 1
Lui, 3b 4 1 0 0
Weiler, lb 3 1 1 2
Pugh, 1! 3 0 1 0
Eby, cf 3 01 0
a-Stine 0 0 0 0
Garland, 2b 4 0 1 1
McKenzie, c 4 1 2 0
Vanderwielen, p 1 0 0 0
Hern, p 2 1 1 0
Totals 31 4 11 4
a-Walked for Eby in 7th.
MICHIGAN 003 600 0-9 11 2
PURDUE 001 110 1-=411 2
E=-McKenzie, Skaff, Lul,' Hern,
Boebe, Garland. 2B-Newman, Tate,
McKenzie, Weller. HR-Tate. 'DP-
Jones to Campbell. WP--Boebel (2).
L9B-Mnichigan 4, Purdue 1Q.
PITCHING SUMMARIESI
IP 1L ER. H.SO BB
a-Boebel (W, 2-3) 6 4 2 11 4 3
Vand'wielen (L, 1-2) 3 3 0 4 1 1
Burns 4 6 1 3 7 2
b-Barnhart 0 0 0 0 1 1
a-Faced 4 batters in 7th.
b-Faced 3 batters in 7th.j

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