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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, MAY 7,1

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Fauquier Returns to Action
As Racketmen Play Spartans

Diamondmen Try Titans;
Stars Return to Home City

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By TOM ROWLAND
Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING - Michigan's
tennis team plays Michigan State
here today, and, if nothing else,
the match will be significant in
teat it will mark the first time in
which Captain Harry Fauquier will
play for the Wolverines this sea-
son.
The diminutive junior has miss-
ed out on all previous Wolverine
action because of his participation
in the Pan-American games and
his subsequent illness upon re-
turning home. But he'll be in
his customary second singles slot
today, behind regular high man
Ray Senkowski.
Dilemma
This leaves Coach Bill Murphy
with the problem of which one of
.the five men he's been starting
regularly this season to bench and
as of the time of this writing, he's
still undecided. However, he has
decided on the doubles lineup.
It'll be Senkowski and John Fraser
first, Fauquier and Hal Lowe sec-
ond, and Brian Flood and Bo Bar-
ker on third doubles.
Despite the fact that he lost
his number one and two men from
last year's 8-3 team, Coach Stan
Drobac of MSU calls his '63 squad
"potentially the best team I've
coached at Michigan State. We
have good depth and a group of
boys who learn very quickly."
The Spartans won seven of nine
,matches and captured the Cherry

Blossom Tourney championship
before breaking into the regular
schedule this spring, where they've
only lost two. State's netters are
now 12-4 for the season after Big
Ten losses to Northwestern (9-0)
and Indiana (5-4).
Junior Tom Jamieson holds
down the number one post after
moving up from number three last
year where he was runner-up in
the Big Ten meet to Michigan's
Jerry Dubie. Jamieson, a Lansing
native, showed that he's improved
over last season with a victory
over Indiana's veteran Gary Bax-
ter last week.
Drobac pulled Canadian Tony
O'Donnell out of the sophomore
ranks to fill the number two post
this spring. O'Donnell was in-
eligible for most of the eastern
swing but did compile a 3-1 rec-
ord. The Canadian ace won four
straight city championships be-
tween 1958 and 1961
Most Improved
Captain Jack Damson will be
at the number three spot, and ex-
Kalamazoo University High star
Tom Wierman takes number four.
Damson won the number four Big
Ten singles title two years ago.
Dwight Shelton and Charlie
Wolff round out the State lineup.
Drobac has been tennis coach
for the past five years and never
once since he took over the MSU
net reigns has Michigan State
managed to defeat Michigan's net-
men.

-Daily-Bruce Taylor
RETURNING CAPTAIN-Harry Fauquier, Michigan's erstwhile
tennis captain, returns to the Big Ten wars today at East Lan-
sing. The Canadian netter has been unable to play for the
Wolverines thus far this season due to the Pan-Acs and a bout
with the flu.

By LLOYD GRAFF
It will be like homecoming when
Coach Moby Benedict takes his
team into the Motor City to play
the University of Detroit today.
Benedict and five of his eight
starters hail from Detroit proper
or its outskirts. The Michigan
mentor calls the city one of the
best incubators for baseball play-
ers in the country.
Not all of the players groomed
in Detroit migrate to Ann Arbor.
U. of D. Coach Lloyd Brazil con-
sistently snags some of the best
prospects for his Titans. Dave
Debuscherre was his prize posses-
sion for three years.
Can Be Tough
Brazil cannot boast of another
Debuscherre but he has an ex-
cellent hurler in righthander Pete
Craig. "Craig can be a very tough
pitcher if he's on," said Benedict,
"I suppose he'll be going against
us."
A good portion of Detroit's hit-
ting is supplied by a lefthanded
hitting outfielder named Ricco
Zuccaro. Zuccaro hit a whopping
.391 last year as a sophomore with
five homers and 40 RBIs in 28
games.
Start Roebuck
Michigan will probably start big
Dave Roebuck on the mound. "I
think we'll split up the pitching
and give some of the sophomores
a chance," said Benedict. There
will be no changes in the regular
alignment in the field.
Michigan takes a 10 and 7 rec-
ord into the game for the season.
Their conference record is 3-3.
The Wolverines tackle Notre Dame
at home on Wednesday afternoon,
Big Ten Standings

Michigan State in Ann Arbor on
Friday, and MSU in East Lnsing
on Saturday.
Over the weekend Michigan's
Roebuck, today's starter, showed
his best form of the year as he
pitched the team to a 5-2 victory
over Iowa. Ron Tate smashed a
homer with a man on base to sup-
ply the crucial margin.
On Saturday the Wolverines, be-
hind Fritz Fisher, easily downed
Minnesota in the first game of a
twinbill, 6-1, but the hitting fal-
tered in the second as Jim Bobel
went down to his fourth loss of
the season 2-1.
Against the rugged U. of De-
troit team Michigan will have to

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the salty old pro who quarter-
backed the Detroit Lions and the
Pittsburgh Steelers with an iron
hand when on the field, has re-
tired.
The announcement came yes-
terday from Steeler Coach Buddy
Parker, who earlier urged his quar-
terback to quit.
"He's had a lot of success. I
think it's time to call a stop,"
said Parker. Earlier the coach
said, "All great players must quit
some day."
.When Layne was on the grid-
iron, it was his show. He disci-
plined the team members from
play to play.
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nouncing his retirement.
"I offered him a job here as a
coach, but he did not want it,"
said Parker.
There had been talk that Layne
would play for the New York Jets
of the rival American Football
League, but Weeb Ewbank, general
manager of the Jets, said he had
not contacted Layne.
Parker said Layne would not be
free to play in the AFL unless all
NFL teams waived their rights to
his contract.
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WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) - The
New York Mets, baseball heroes
of West Point's Corps of Cadets,
scored all their runs in the last
inning of a seven-inning exhibition
game yesterday and trimmed Army
3-0.
The Mets were so busy basking
in the adulation of the soldiers
that they were unable to dent Ca-
det pitchers Jeff Davis and Bob
Johnstone for six innings. Larry
Burright singled home one run in
the seventh, and Jim Hickman
drove in two.
Tracy Stallard struck out 13 and
pitched a two-hitter for the Mets.
The New York team has been
adopted en masse by the Corps.
Met scores are announced at the
Cadet dining hall and Met victories
greeted with mighty cheers.
LONDON (P - English soccer
administrators probed allegations
yesterday that players have taken
bribes to fix games.
The scandal grew over the
weekend. To men named in the
rumors-goalkeeper Esmond Mil-
lion and inside-forward Keith Wil-
liams, both of Bristol Rovers-
were suspended by their club pend-
ing inquiry.
The scandal broke when Mil-
lion, 25, told newsmen he had ac-
cepted $140 to lose the Rovers'
game against Bradford April 21.
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