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Roebuck Defeats Iowa)

FACE HOOSIERS TODAY:
Racketmen Crush Illinois, 9-0

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By BOB ZWINCK
A big three-run eighth inning
broke a 2-2 tie and gave the Wol-
verines a 5-2 decision over the
Hawkeyes yesterday.
Michigan and Minnesota will
thus have identical 2-2 conference
records when they clash in an im-
portant doubleheader here at 1:30
this afternoon. Both teams were
expected to be in the thick of the
Big Ten title race this year, but
anything less than a sweep will
all but dash the hopes of either
team.
Ellott Tests
Gr idInnings
Wolverine football fans and
Detroit television (WWJ) will view
the introduction of the new inning
system of play in today's varsity
scrimmage beginning at 2:00 p.m.
at Michigan Stadium.
Inning football provides for 12
periods of play with no time limit.
Each team has possession of the
ball once in a period or inning.
When a team loses the ball a half
an inning, is completed. The team
leading after the end of 12 inn-
ings is the winner.

Ron Tate provided the big blow
yesterday, slamming a 370-ft. blast
over the right-centerfield fence
with a man on in the sixth inning
to vault the Wolverines into a 2-1
lead.
Second-sacker Joe Jones opened
the attack with a ringing double
down the third base line all the
way to the fence. Jim Newman
then hit a long fly to left that was
hauled down just a couple steps
short of the left-field barrier. But
then Tate teed off on the first
pitch served up by previously un-
defeated Hawkeye hurler Jack Wi-
land.
Come Back
Iowa came back to knot the
score in the top of the eighth with
a lone run off Dave Roebuck as
Joe Reddington doubled to left and
scored on a single by quarter-
back - basketball guard second
baseman Matt Szykowny.hHarvey
Chapman then bobbled a hot shot
Begins Today
The Daily begins a new se-
ries today on the needs and
solutions involved in Michi-
gan's athletic plant. A feature
on Yost Field House opens the
series, appearing today on page
four.

to third, putting men on first and
second. But a budding rally was
rather alertly nipped when Roe-
buck "let" a sizzler back through
the box go between his legs and
right toward second base. Newman
scooped up the ball about a step
away from second and started ah
easy double play, short to first.
The Wolverines surged back into
the lead in their half of the in-
ning to garner the marging of vic-
tory. Newman started things off
with a long single down the left
field line. It was deep enough that
it might have been stretched into
a double, but he was taking no
chances with a potential go-ahead
run so late in the game.
Tate Follows
Tate then followed with a solid
single to right, sending Newman
to third. Dennis Spalla knocked
in the run on a high fly to
straightaway center field. Dave
Campbell's double sent starter Wil
land to the showers.
With men on second and third,
reliefer Jim McAndrew uncorked
a wild pitch that hit in front of
the plate and went all the way to
the screen, allowing Tate to score
and moving Campbell to third. Jim
Steckley drove in the final tally
with a sacrifice to short right.
Roebuck pitched a strong game.
Though giving up nine scattered
hits, he walked only two and struck
out five. He was continually ahead
of the batters-he got behind on
only five of them-displaying an
effective fast ball and a ,sharp-
breaking curve that kept the
Hawkeyes off balance.
Hawkeyes Fall

CHALLENGE SPARTANS:
L nks ters Seeking
Conference Victory

By GARY WINER
Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING-In quest of its
first conference win of the sea-
son, Michigan's golf team seeks
a repeat performance of last dyear's
24-12 victory over arch-rival Mich-
igan State today.
After' a two weeks' rest from
their one stroke loss to Purdue in
a quadrangular meet held at Ohio
State, the Wolverines are anxious
to improve this year's 1-1 dual
meet record. The linksters have
only competed in the quadrangular
tournament since their spring
trip. 'The two dual meets were
Major League
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bothmagainst the University of
Miami.
Veterans Captain Chuck New-
ton, Tom Pendlebury, and Gary
Mouw will lead the squad. Newton
swept the field for medalist hon-
ors at Columbus while teammate
Pendlebury finished just three
strokes behind at 156. Mouw, a
junior who earned his letter last
year, will be appearing in compe-
tition for the first time this sea-
son.
Rounding out the eight-man
squad are sophomores Frosty Eva-
shevski, Pete Passink, and Mark
Pahn; Tom Clark, who went with
the team on the spring trip but
did not play at Columbus; and
senior Mike Goode, a letterman
from two years ago. Senior letter-
man Dave Cameron has been lost
for the remainder of the, season
due to a popped tendon in his left
arm, but golf Coach Bert Katzen-
meyer probably will fill the vacan-
cy with either Clarke, Goode, or
Mouw in future matches.
Playing over its own Forest
Akers golf course, Michigan State
is hurting this season for exper-
ienced golfers. The Spartans lost
all five of their starters from last
year. The only returning letter-
man is Gary Panks, who averaged
over 80 strokes a round in previous
competition. State's hopes to im-
prove on its seventh place finish
in the conference meet last year
are mainly centered about Phil
Marston, a junior transfer student
from Jackson. Marston is the 1961
winner of the U.S. Western Junior
held here.
Rugby Club Plays
The Michigan Rugby Club will
be after their first win of the
season today when, they face In-
diana at 10:30 this morning at
Wines Field. The Wolverines tied
Notre Dame, 3-3, last Saturday.

IOWA
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Reddington, lb
Szykowny, 2b
Lee, lb
Petersen, 3b
Isler, ss
Sherman, rf
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Special To The Daily
CHAMPAIGN-Michigan's net-
men won 12 straight matches here
today while defeating Illinois, 9-0,
and sweeping the doubles in the
first half of a meet with Ohio
State.
The Wolverines play Indiana to-
day after winding up singles ac-
tion against the Buckeyes.
Ray Senkowski rolled past Il-
lini number one man Frank Noble,
6-2, 6-1, playing a strong back-
court game on the slow Illinois
Michigan
Thinclads
At Prdue
By CHARLIE TOWLE
Nate Adams, Larry Ruch, Al
Washington, Jim Moore and the
umpteen dwarfs of the Purdue
track team take on Michigan's
trackmen today at Lafayette.
Purdue sent only 12 men to the
Big Ten indoor meet at Wisconsin
this winter, fewest of any team
there, butnstill took two seconds
(Adams in the 60 yd. dash and
Moore in the broad jump) and a
first (Washington in the 300 yd.
run).
Michigan, meanwhile, in indi-
vidual events took only one second
by Kent Bernard in the 600 yd.
run, and one first with Charlie
Aquino in the 1000 yd. run. Yet
when the final points were count-
ed, Michigan was in a tie for first
while Purdue was back with the
also rans.,-
Good Bench
The answer is depth which con-
trasts Purdue and Michigan like
the Mets and the Yankees.
It is Michigan's depth that
moves Coach Don Canham to
tender hopes of winning every-
thing but the 220 yd. dash in
which Adams, who placed third in
the 1962 NSAA meet in a time of
:20.9, will be competing along with,
most likely, Washington.
Competing for Michigan in the
220 will be MacArthur Hunter and
Ken Burnley who both will be
trying out chronic leg injuries.
Hunter at this stage of the game
is the sounder of the two. Burnley
was forced to forego all competi-
tion since the indoor season until
last week when he ran through a
220 at the Michigan Federation
meet in a time of :22.8. Canham
does not plan to risk Burnley's
reinjuring his leg and will not run
him unless conditions are good at
Lafayette.
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courts. Noble, who went three sets
before falling to Northwestern's
Clark Graebner last week, knotted
the score at 2-2 before Senkowski
won eight straight games.
Wolverine number two singles
man John Fraser, who had a
rough trip down to Champaign,
squeaked out a 5-7, 6-4, 7-5 vic-
tory over Jerry Olefsky. Fraser
was serving with the score 4-4 in
the second set and was trailing
15-40 when the Wolverine soph
put on the big game to pull it
out of the fire, rallying to pick
up the two deciding games. Fraser
had to go four match points in
the third set before finally clinch-
ing it.
Steady Game
Brian Flood's steady tennis game
tripped up John Sisson, 6-1, 6-3,
in the third court, and Hal Lowe
blasted Illini fourth man Tom
McCollum, 6-1, 6-1.
Lowe, playing only 45 miles
from his hometown in Decatur,
had one of his best matches of
the season, clicking with his strong
forehand.
Bo Barker downed Larry Moss,
6-1, 6-2, and Ron Linclau's loose
and casual sixth man game de-
feated Dan Hedden, 6-2, 6-3.
Whitewash
SINGLES: 1. Senkowski (M) def.
Noble, 6-2, 6-1. 2. Fraser (M) del'.
Olefsky, 5-7, 6-4, 7-5. 3. Flood (M)
def. Sisson, 6-1, 6-3. 4. Lowe (M)
def. McCollum, 6-1, 6-1. 5. Barker
(M) def'. Moss, 6-1, 6-2. 6. Linclau
(M) del. Hedden, 6-2. 6-3.
DOUBLES: 1. Senkowskl - Fraser
(M) def. Loefsky-Noble, 6-4, 6-4.
2. Lowe-Flood (M) def. Moss-Mc-
Collum, 2-6, 6-0, 6-2. 3. Linclau-
Barker (M) def. Sisson-Sinel'ug,
6-4, 6-3.

Senkowski and Fraser teamed
up to gain a 6-4, 6-4 decision over
Olefsky and Noble in first doubles,
and Michigan's Lowe-Flood combo
defeated Moss and McCollum, 2-6,
6-0, 6-2.
Linclau and Barker won in third
doubles over Sission and Bob Sine-
flug, 6-4, 6-3.
Sweep Doubles
Against Ohio State, Senkowski
and Fraser rolled past Craig Miel-
ke and Paul White, 6-4, 6-1, and
Lowe and Flood won over John
Thomas and Roger Mitchell, 8-6,
6-1. Linclau and Barker ripped
Alan Davis and Bill Quick, 6-2,
6-3.
Indiana, the Wolverines' foe to-
day, beat Ohio State yesterday 9-0
to stretch the Hoosier season rec-
ord to 15-1.
Michigan State ran its season
mark to 11-5 yesterday with a
5-4 victory over Notre Dame.
Michigan plays the Spartans up
in East Lansing Tuesday, and it
is expected that Wolverine captain
Harry Fauquier will be available
for the meet.

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Totals 35 2 9 2
MICHIGAN AB R H RBI
Jones,. 2b 4 1 2 0
Newman, ss 4 1 2 0
Tate, rf 4 2 2 2
Spada, cf 3 0 0 1
Campbell, lb 4 1 2 0
Steckley, If 3 0 1 1
Chapman, 3b 4 0 0 0'
P. Adams, c 3 0 1 0
Roebuck, p 2 0 0 0
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IOWA 000 100 010--2 9 0
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