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By TOM WEINBERG

Dame Errors Give

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5-1

Win

/ CHECKMATE FOR BERMUDAS!

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Notre Dame put its 12-game
Winning streak on a silver platter
and the Michigan Wolverines were
more. than happy to accept it by
a score of 5-1 yesterday at Ferry
Field.
Six Irish errors along with six
well-placed Michigan hits and six
scattered safeties off ace Fritz
Fisher and reliever Jim Bobel were
the keys to the Wolverines' second
consecutive win and fifth in their
last eight outings.
- Fisher Rolls On
Fisher hurled five innings of
scoreless ball, allowing three hits
and just one walk. Only one man
got past second base against the
senior southpaw. His successor,
Bobel, did almost as well, letting
in the only run, an unearned one,
following two of his teammates'
five errors.
The Wolverines took command
in the second inning when first-
baseman Dave Campbell lined his
first of two shots down the third
baseline for a single. He stole sec-
Fourth of a Series
The fourth part of The
Daily's series on Michigan's
athletic plant appears on page
4. Today's article deals with
the long-range plans of the
Board in ControlofsIntercol-
legiate Athletics.
ond and scored when Irish third
baseman Jim Woolwine threw
wildly to first base on Harvey
Chapman's grounder.
Errors Again
Irish miscues were the back-
breakers again in the fourth when
Jim Steckley, Wolverine leftfielder,
walked and went around to third
when the catcher beaned him with
one of his three astray throws.
Michigan third baseman Harvey

Chapman then drew a walk, and
broke for second on the second
pitch to catcher Pete Adams.
When Stouffer saw Chapman
break, he faked a throw to second
and threw a dart at third to pick
off Steckley. The ball hit Steckley
again and bounced away, allowing
him to score.
Three in Sixth
It was the same story in the
sixth when the Wolverines man-
aged to .intersperse four hits with

Notre Dame's three errors and
three runs came across. Leading
hitter Ron Tate, centerfielder
Denny Spalla and Campbell all
scored on an error by Woolwine,
shortstop John Gonski and catcher
Stouffer's third.
Notre Dame's only offensive
threat came in the last inning
when after two were out and a
runner was on first; Bobel walked
both second-string catcher Mike
Reardon and Phil Donnelly- who

was pinchhitting for pitcher
Rusteck.
Hanson Ends It

Rich

play partner Joe Jones to end the
game.
Comedy of Errors

ER

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With the bases loaded, Irish
captain Dave Hanson came up.
Hanson was victimized all after-
noon by finedefensive moves by
the Wolverines, including a diving
backhand grab by leftfielder
Steckley. This time was no excep-
tion. He lined a one-bouncer right
at Michigan's shortstop, Jim New-
man, who flipped it to his double-

NUMBER ONE NET BATTLE:D
Senkwsli-een ul e

NOTRE DAME
Hanson, if
Gonski, ss
Fitzmaurice, cf
MacDonald, 2b
Counsell, rf
Matthews, lb
Stouffer, c
Reardon, c
Rusteck, p
a-Cooper
b-Donnelly
c-Lupton
Totals
MICHIGAN
Jones, Sb
Newman, ss
Tate, rf
Spalla, cf
Campbell, lb
Steckley, If
Chapman, 3b
P. Adams, c
Fisher, p
Bobel, p
d-Post

AB R H RBI
4 0 0 0
4 0 1 0
4 1 0 0
1 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1
0 0 0 0
ABR H RBI
3 0 1 0
4 0 0 0
4 1 1 0
2 1 0
3 1 0
3 0 0 0
4 0 1 0
2 0 0 0
1 0 1 0
30 006

3.77
CHECKMATE
ON STATE STREET, THAT GREAT STREET

I

By TOM ROWLAND
If the story sounds familiar, it
is.
Ray Senkowski and Marty Ries-
sen both have walked off with
Big Ten first singles and first
doubles championships as sopho-
mores. Both are undefeated in Big
Ten dual meet play, Senkowski
over a period of three years and
Riessen for two. Both are leading
teams that are at the top of the
team race for the Big Ten crown
this year.
And in all probability they'll
clash head-on this Saturday after-
noon when Northwestern and
Michigan, the two giants on the
Big Ten tennis scene, exchange
blows in a dress rehearsal of the
upcoming conference meet on May
16-18.
Takes Title
Senkowski won the number one
title two years ago but was de-
throned by Reissen, 6-1, 6-4, in
the finals of the conference meet
last year. The 1963 tourney is Sen-
kowski's last chance to win it
back-he'll be bowing out as a
senior after this season.

Down Evanston way Riessen is
having his own intra-team duel
for the top spot with Wildcat
sophomore Clark Graebner, 1961
Wimbleton junior winner. Graeb-
ner took over the number one
singles spot from Riessen for three
straight meets earlier this spring,
but it was Marty that played num-
ber onewhen the Wildcats blanked
Michigan State, 9-0, two weeks

Senkowski finished second in
the NCAA's the year before, falling
to UCLA's Alan Fox in the last
match, 6-2, 6-3, 7-5.
Back in 1961 the Michigan star
took the Big Ten number one
title after being sidelined with the
Asiatic flu. Senkowski stepped on-
to a tennis court for the first
time in four weeks to blast his
way to the finals, where he tripped
up Indiana's Don Thorn, 6-0, 6-1,
and teamed up with Wayne Pea-
cock to win the first doubles
title.
Last year the spotlight was on
the first singles finals as Riessen
dispossessed Senkowski of the Big
Ten title. Commented Senkowski
after finishing runner-up: "Marty
played well and put the pressure
on. I can't really say I had a bad
day, but then again, I certainly
wasn't at my best."
Steady Play
And says the Michigan veteran
on meeting Riessen again this
year: "Marty's a percentage ball
player-it isn't smart' trying to
"outsteady" him. This year I'll
have to take more chances than I
did last year, playing a more forc-
ing game and coming to the net.
"Marty's not as dangerous as
Graebner. He's a great steady
player, and it really depends on
how well I play as to whether I'm
going to beat him or not. Graebner
is more of an up-and-down player.
If he's on, he's better than Ries-
sen. But if he's off, he's really
off."
Major Leagoue
Stanidings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Totals

a-Hit into a sacrifice fly for Stouf-
fer in 7th.
b-Walked for Rusteck in 9th.
c-Ran for Donnelly in 9th.
d-Singled for Fisher in 5th.
NOTRE DAME 000 000 100-1 3 6
MICHIGAN 010 103 00x-5 6 5
E-Chapman (2), Newman (2),
Spala, Woolwine (2), Stouffer (3),
Gonski. DP -- Newman, Jones and
Campbell; Chapman, Jones and
Campbell; Jones and Campbell;
MacDonald, Gonski and Matthews.
LOB-Michigan 6, Notre Dame 11.
2B-Campbell. SB--Campbell (2),
Jones, Steckley, Chapman.
PITCHING SUMMARIES
IP R ER H BB SO
Fisher (W, 6-1) 5 0 0 3 1 3
Bobel 4 1 0 0 3 2
Rusteck (L, 3-2) 8 5 1 6 4 7
Pemberton
Diseharotred
By Hospital
Marlin Pemberton, sophomore
pitcher, was released from Mt.
Carmel Hospital in Detroit yester-
day afternoon following his head
injury suffered at the University
of Detroit on Tuesday.
Pemberton was coaching first
base in Tuesday's game when Dick
Post lined a shot toward the
coaching box. Pemberton ducked
and turned his body away from
the ball. The ball hit him in the
back of the head.
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father, will send Graebner against
Senkowski Saturday and reserve
his son for the .Big Ten meet.
Riessen joined the team late
this spring after finishing out the
basketball season as a starting
guard and lost his first dual match
in college competition when
Northwestern beat Florida State,
6-3, on the Southern tour. The
Wildcat junior is a veteran of the
U.S. Davis Cup team, winning All-
America.honors last year after los-
ing a total of only two sets in
dual meet competition.
Loss-Less
Last year as a sophomore Ries-
sen went undefeated before win-
ning the Big Ten title from Sen-
kowski. He then moved to the
NCAA meet where he ended up
second, losing to Southern Cal's
Rafael Osuna, the Mexican Davis
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