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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

JEDNESDi

etmen To Face Big Ten Foes

from that team returning, number
two singles players Frank Noble
and number three Jerry Olefsky,
and there's .not any outstanding
talent on the horizon.
Noble is at the number one spot
this season after a 10-4 mark last
spring. As a sophomore last year
the Illini captain finished runner-
up in second singles in the con-
ference tourney after suffering a
cut in his eye.
Larry Moss, smallest member of
the Illini team standing 5'9" and
weighing 140-lbs., will be Coach{
"Howie" Braun's third man.

M'Ret
By DAVE GOOD
Acting sports Editor
"We're going to have to do some
juggling," c o n c e d e d Michigan
track Coach Don Canham after
returning almost empty-handed
from the Penn Relays at Phila-
delphia Friday and Saturday.
After picking up six relay titles
over the best in the East from 1960
to 1962 when Ergas Leps anchored
Michigan teams to victory, Can-
ham found satisfaction this year
in only a few individual perform-
ances, notably from Al Ammer-
man and Dave Hayes.
Ammerman, the Dearborn jun-
ior who cleared 6'6" for an upset

ay

Work Disappoints

Western Game Off Again;
'NI' Nine Awaits Weekend

By TOM WEINBERG
Again succumbing to the will ofr
the weatherman, the Michigan
baseball team was forced to can-l
cel a match with Western Michi-
Knicks Get
Top Choices
In NBA Draft
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-The draft choices
of the National Basketball Asso-
ciation yesterday, by teams. Teams
chose in reverse order of stand-
ings:
NEW YORK -- Art Heyman, Duke;
Jerry Harkness, Chicago Loyola; Bill
O'Connor, Canisius; Nate Cloud, Dela-,
ware; Joe McDermott, Belmont Abbey;
Jim Kerwin, Tulane; Bob Woolard,
Wake Forest.
CHICAGO-BALTIMORE -- Rod Thorn,"
West Virginia; Gus Johnson, Idaho; Tom
Bolyard, Indiana; Nolen Ellison, Kan-
sas; Ron Glaser, Marquette; Ken Sie-
bel, Wisconsin; Larry Brown, Nortli
Carolina.
SAN FRANCISCO-Nate Thurmondl
Bowling Green; Gary Hill, Oklahomaj
City; Steve Gray, St. Mary's; Dave Dow-
ney, Illinois; Don Turner, Southwest
Kansas; Gene Shields, Santa Clara; Don
Clemetson, Stanford.
DETROIT-Eddie Miles, Seattle; Jer-
ry Smith, Furman; Mike McCoy, Miami;
Dave Erickson, Marquette; Bill Small,
Illinois; Reggie Harding, Detroit East-
ern High School; Ira Harge, New Mex-
ico.
CINCINNATI-Tom Thacker, Cincin-
nati (territorial choice); second round
choice traded to Los Angeles; Jimmy
Rayl, Indiana; Ken Charlton, Colorado;
Mack Herndon, Bradley; Jim McCor-
mack, West Virginia; Hunter Beckman,
Memphis State.
ST. LOUIS-Jerry Ward, Boston Col-
lege; Leland Mitchell, Mississippi State;
Bill Kriston, Valparaiso (trade from Bos-
ton); Bill Burwell, Illinois; Waite Bel-
lamy, Florida A&M; Tony Yates, Cin-
cinnati; Ron Santio, Maryland State;
Ken Rohioff, North Carolina State.
SYRACUSE-Tom Hoover, Villanova;
Herschel West, Grambling; Jerry Green-
span, Maryland; Ray Flynn, Providence;
Tony Cerkvenik, Arizona State; Vince
Brewer, Iowa State; Bill Brown, How-
ard Payne College, Tex.
LOS ANGELES - Roger Strickland,
Jacksonville; Jim King, Tulsa (trade
from Cincinnati); Mel Gibson, West
Carolina; Lyle Harger, Houston; Layton
Johns, Auburn; Larry Jones, Toledo;
Warren Salade, Westminster College;
Gordie Martin, Southern California.
BOSTON-Bill Green, Colorado State;
Ken Saylors, Arkansas Tech; third
choice traded to St. Louis; Connie Mc-
Guire, Southeast Oklahoma; W. D.
Stroud, Mississippi State; Vinnie Ernst,
Providence; Herb McGee, Philadelphia
Textile.

gan yesterday for the second
Tuesday in a row.
Yesterday's practice was again
limited to those who could work
within the confines of Yost Field,
House-the pitchers and catchers,
and had its emphasis on winning
the big games which confront the
Wolverines at home this. weekend.
The first home stand of the year
will feature a Friday contest with
second place Iowa and a double-
header with Michigan's - pre-
season co-favorites; the Gophers
of Minnesota.
"Right now it looks like Fisher
will go against Minnesota," coach
Moby Benedict said yesterday.
"But I can't be definite about it,"
he added.
Fisher, the ace of the mound
staff, boasts a 2.50 earned run
average, despite allowing the Big
Ten champions, Illinois, 'four runs
in eight innings in last Friday's
Big Ten opener.
Ron Tate, the Wolverines' right-
fielder, increased his lead over the
rest of the hitters on the team
last weekend. Tate, a junior, now
has a .404 average and is out in
front in hits, runs, runs batted in
and home runs. The Wolverines
have managed to score 6.9 runs
per game, while allowing only 5.7
on their way to an 8-6 mark.
Through 14 games, including last
weekend's three in the Big Ten,
these are the statistics for the
Michigan baseball team:

Canham

win in the high jump, was the only
one who kept the Wolverines from1
being shut out of the win column.i
Fewer Misses
The top five jumpers all cleared
the same height, but Ammerman
was the only one to make it on his
first try. He won on the basis of'
fewest misses. "I think I should
have made 6'8" though," Anmer-
man commented. ,r
George Puce and Ernst Soudek
both placed in the discus throw,
hitting 167'1" and 165'10%", re-j
spectively, for second and fourth.
None of the relay teams came
close to winning, combining for'
a third and two sixths.'
Expected Better Things t
"I've been spoiled, I'm afraid,"
Canham said. "I'm used to havingj
guys -- Leps, (Bennie) McRae,
(Dick) Cephas, (Tom) Robinson-
who could come through no mat-
ter how bad conditions got. The
whole thing was pretty much of
a disappointment and we're go-
ing to switch some guys around."
Canham is planning to move
Talt Malone and Mac Hunter back
onto his mile relay team after
their good showings at the Michi-
gan Open at Ferry Field Satur-
day.
They will replace Dave Romain
and Dan Hughes and join Carter
Reese and sophomore Kent Ber-
nard, who both satisfied Canham
Medal Won
By Webster
By The Associated Press
SAO PAULO, Brazil - Former
Michigan diving star Bob Webster
had another honor to add to his
collection -today.
Webster cracked the Mexican
monopoly in the 10-meter plat-
form diving event in the Pan-
American Games by beating de-
fending champion Alvaro Gaxiola,
also a Michigan graduate, with a
total of 164.12 points over the
weekend.
Webster won the Big Ten plat-
form diving'title in 1960 and in the
same year won the Olympic tower
championship. In 1962, he won
both the platform and the one-
meter diving titles in the NAATJ
Championships Meet.

running on the mile team at Penn.
Romain is switching to a new
event, the 330-yd. intermediate.
hurdles.
The team finished sixth in
3:18.1 in a race won by Morgan
State. None of the Michigan splits
was under :49, but Canham told
Bernard, who has had trouble with
a stretched leg muscle for most
of the season, to take it easy if he
was already out of the race when
he got the baton.
He was and he did. But his leg
is completely sound again.
In the four-mile relay run Fri-
day, Michigan broke the meet and
varsity records but still finished
only sixth. Jim Neahusan (4:15.8),
Charlie Aquino (4:11.7) and Hayes
(4:09.8) all ran good miles on the
first three legs and? Michigan was

still within striking distance of
Fordham.
But Des Ryan, the sophomore
from Dublin, ran one, of his worst
races (4:28.8) on the anchor. "He
just fell apart," Canham explained.
"He'll be all right."
With one of Ryan's usual good
races, Canham said he thinks the
team would have been second to
Fordham, the eventual winner.
Michigan's time of 17:06.1 was still
well under the old varsity record
of 17:08.6 set in 1952, however.
"Hindsight is a great thing, of
course, but if we'd known we'd be
out of the four-mile, we could
have saved Aquino for just the
two-mile. He was so dead after
that 4:11 mile he could hardly
walk," Canham said.
Aquino, who was running his
first big competitive mile for
Michigan on Friday, wasn't quite

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ready to come back Saturday for
the two-mile relay, which he an-
chored to a third place behind
Fordham.
The splits on the two-mile were
Dorr Casto (1:55.5), Ted Kelly
(1:53.8), Hayes (1:52.7) and
Aquino (1:54.5).
Water' Polo Challenge
Michigan will field a water
polo team to play Michigan
State this afternoon at the Matt
Mann Pool. No admission will
be charged.
"If Charlie had run two seconds
faster, we'd have won the thing,"
Canham added, pointing out that
Fordham switched its best man,
Frank Tomeo, to the third leg to
avoid his running against Aquino.

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BATTING
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36 6 1
53 9 1
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1 1 0 0 .500
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1 2 2 0 .125
1 1 1 0 .111
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TENNIS-Michigan vs. Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio St., Champaign
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