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THE MICHIGAN DAILY s

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Major League Standings

AMERICAN]

Chicago
Boston
Baltimore
Kansas City
New York
Los Angeles
Cleveland
Detroit
Wasington

LEAGUE
WV L Pct.
17 10 .630
13 10 .565
16 13 .552
16 13 .552
13 12 .520
15 16 .484
11 12 .478
12 16 .429
12 17 .414
11 17 .393

NATIONAL LEAGUE

GB
2^
2
2
3
4
4
5f
6
614

x-San Francisco
St. Louis
x-Chicago
Pittsburgh
x-Los Angeles
Cincinnati
Milwaukee
New York
Philadelphia
x-Houston
x-Playing night3

WV L
19 11
18 13
16 13
15 12
15 15
13 14
14 17
13 16
12 16
11, 19
game.

Pct.
.633
.581
.552
.556
.500
.481
.452
.448
.429
.367

GB
'2%
211
4
4%h
5%
512
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Blues Squeak Past White, 3-0
In Spring Football Drills Finale

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 13, Baltimore 1
Chicago 4, Los Angeles 2
Cleveland 6, Detroit 5 (10 inn.)
Kansas City 5, Minnesota 1
Washington at Boston (ppd., rain)
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at Chicago (2)
Cleveland at Detroit
Kansas City at Minnesota (2)
New York at Baltimore
Washington at Boston (2)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cincinnati 4, New York 2
Philadelphia 8, Milwaukee 5
Pittsburgh 3, St. Louis 2
Chicago 5, Houston 3 (2nd inc.)
San Francisco at Los Angeles (inc.)
TODAY'S GAMES
Cincinnati at New York (2)
Milwaukee at Philadelphia (2)
St. Louis at Pittsburgh (2)
Chicago at Houston
San Francisco at Los Angeles

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1216 South University

By CHARLIE TOWLE
Michigan's football team wound
up spring football practice yester-
day at Michigan Stadium as the
Blue 'team handed the White
eleven a 3-0 loss.
The only score in the game came
early in the second quarter and
was indirectly the result of a
fumble of an unwanted handoff
between fullback Chuck Dehlin
and quarterback Bob Timberlake.
Starting Blue quarterback. Tom
Prichard fell on the ball on the
24-yd. line and then called three
straight plunges by his fullback
Mel Anthony bringing the ball to
the 15-yd. line, one yard short of
a first down.
On the fourth down Prichard
tried a sneak but the head lines-
man detected an offside infrac-
tion which set the Blue boys back
Name K eating
Spring Drills'
Most Improved
Tom Keating of Chicago, letter-
man tackle on the Michigan fot-
ball team, was named 1963 recip-
ient of the Ieyer W. Morton Tro-
phy.
Keating succeeds guard John
Minko in earning the honor. '
The award, made annually since
1925, was announced by head
Coach Bump Elliott at the conclu-
sion ofthe spring drills. Selection
is made by Elliott and his staff
on the basis of development and
future promise.
The husky junior, who stands
6'3" and weighs 242 lbs., is 21 and
is majoring in history in the Col-
lege of Education. He has won two
letters at the tackle spot while at
Michigan after an outstanding
high school career at St. Mel's
High.

five yards and brought up a field
goal situation.
Rick Bay, who wrestles in the
157-lb. class for Cliff Keen's crew
during the winter, sent the ball
slithering through the uprights to
notch what turned out to be the
only score of the ball game.
No Where
Throughout the ball game the
Michigan offense reminded one of
a hamster's exercise wheel, every-
one was doing a lot of running,
but no one was getting anywhere.
As head coach Bump Elliott ex-
plained it, "We were playing con-
servatively and at this stage of
the game our defense is ahead of
our offense since we were stress-
ing defense all spring.
"The team's performance rose
sharply the first two weeks and
then we leveled off," he added.
"You can work just so long with-
out an actual game coming up."
By a conservative game Elliott
meant that any lost soul walking
into the stadium yesterday might
have mistaken Michigan for Ohio
State, looking at the grind-it-out
offensive show going on.
Lion's Share
The two fullbacks, Anthony for
the Blues and Wayne Sparkman
for the Whites, finished with two
thirds of the total rushing yard-
age gained in the game. Anthony

led in yardage with 67 yds. net
gain while Sparkman collected 52
yds. of his own.
When they weren't running
their fullbacks, Michigan quarter-
backs were busy trying, with var-
ied success, to fill the air with
pigskin. Timberlake for the Whites
and Prichard and Bob Chandler
for the Blues attempted a total of
25 passes.
The trio of veteran signal call-
ers managed to complete a very
respectable 14 aerials, but only hit
for an average of 5.2 yds. per pass.
Besides that the hard rushing de-
fensive wall repeatedly caught the
quarterbacks for long losses. Es-
pecially active in- this departme:t
were Tom Keating, sophomore
Bill Yearby, and Captain Joe
O'Donnell.
Ready
Summing up the whole spring
practice session, which ran only
19 instead of the maximum 20
days, Elliott seemed fairly satis-
fied. "We've accomplished the
goals that we set out to accom-
plish,'and we've gotten to know
the personnel. Ithink we know
now the capabilities and limita-
tions of the players,'' he summed
up.
"We have better depth than last
year; it's just a question of at
what level it is," he concluded.

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endlebury Pa'ces Michigat
Golf Victory over Ohio State

cart all that stuff
home?
CAL L GREENE'S for a Handi-Hamper. Fill it at
your leisure-leave it for summer storage and get
your garments all fresh and clean when you get
back next fall.
USE THAT EXTRA ROOM to give people rides,
split the cost of gas and pay for your storage box
that way. Storage isn't expensive, just regular cost
of cleaning and $4.95 for storage and insurance..

Dominic Dascola
Litt. '36
Invites You To
U-M Barbers
(Near Kresge's)
or
The Dascola Barbers

By GARY WINER
Medalist Tom Pendlebury paced
Michigan's golf team to a stunning
231/-12%/ victory over visiting
Ohio State yesterday on the Uni-
versity Blue Course.
Pendlebury fired rounds of 76-
73-149 to capture 3% points of
the possible six from his opponent
Jim Brown. Teammate Mark Yahn
and the Buckeye's Randay
Thrasher finished with 150 stroke,
totals.
Michigan, playing without' the
services of starters captain Chuck
Newton and sophomore Pete Pas-
sink, eld a slim 10 -711:lea
after the morning round, but pull-,
ed out all the stops after lunch.
Of the six men playing on the
team, five won their afternoon
matches.

I II , Most Exit'inr 1

(Near the Mich. Theatre Yahn had one of the most ex-
.,,-citing matches of the day as he

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faded Thrasher in the fourth posi-
tion. Thrasher went out in the
morning with a 1-over par 38-35-
73 to take 2% points; but Yahn
won two points back in the after-
noon round with a 36-38-74. Par
for the Blue Course is 36-36-72.
Frosty Evashevski repeated his
performance of last week at East
Lansing by taking all six points
from his opponent Russ Jimeson.
Evashevski went around the course
with steady rounds of 77 and 76.
Playing in the last foursome
were Wolverines Tom Clark and
Mike Goode. Clark won 512points
with two rounds of 76, but after
the match he remarked Lhat he
had had troubles with his putting.
Goode lost some of his form from
last week and halved his match
with John Kinsey by firing an
82-78-160 total.
Calms Down
Gary Mouw also halved his
match with rounds of 78 and '81.
In his last round, Mouw soared
to a 45 on the front side, but re-
gained his composure and came
back with an even par 39.
Golf coach Bert Katzenmeyer
commented after the victory, "I
am reasonably satisfied with our
performance. Our scores were not
as high as they may appear con-
sidering the fact that two of our
starters did not participate."
Newton and Passink did, not
play because they have already
been selected to head the six-man
team traveling to Madison next
week for the Big Ten Meet. Kat-
zenmeyer wanted to take any pres-
sure off the two prior to the
championships. T h e pressure,
however, remained on Michigan's
other starters. Katzenmeyer will
choose the remaining four berths
on the basis of 72-hole medalist
play. Eighteen holes were played
earlier in the week, and 36 holes
in yesterday's match, and the 18-
hole finale this morning will de-
termine the squad.
No Nicklaus
1. Pendlebury (M), 76-73-149, def
Brown, 76-76--152, 3%-2%; 2. Mouw
(M), 78-81-159, tied Timmons, 80-
78-158, 3-3; 3. Evashevski (M), 77-
76-153, def. Jimeson, 84-82-166,
6-0; 4. Thrasher (o), 73-77-150, deL.
Yahn, 76-74--150, .3%-2%; 5. Goode
(M), 82-78-160, tied Kinsey, 80-80-
160, 3-3; 6. Clark (M), 76-76-152,
def. Rosko, 81-78--159, 5-% !.

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Have it delivered when

you return next fall

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wear until fall-Clothes you would ordinarily pack
up, take home, have cleaned, pack up again and
bring back in the fall.
NOW, ALL YOU NEED TO DO is turn the Hamper
over to Greene's. They clean the lot at regular
cleaning prices and store it in a refrigerated moth-

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your clothes closet.
Call Normandy 23-23-1 or Stop at
any Greene's Plant for Information

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