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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By GARY WINER
Special To The Daily
MADISON-Rated as one of the
teams to beat this year, Michigan
displayed some tremendous golf in
the afternoon round here yester-
day to vault into first place at
the halfway mark of the 44th an-
nual Western Conference Golf
Tournament.
Trailing leadgr Minnesota by
nine shots after the morning
round, the Wolverines fired a
combined total after lunch of 371
strokes to go with their earlier
round of 387. Host Wisconsin
started the afternoon in sixth
place two shots behind Michigan,
but kept pace and wound up sec-
ond with 760 strokes.
Minnesota faltered and turned
in an - afternoon total of 385 to
give it third position at 763. Pur-
due was in fourth with a 382-
383-765 total.
Surge
Michigan's Gary Mouw led the
second round surge with a 1-under
par 71. Captain Chuck Newton
and letterman Tom Pendlebury
chipped in with rounds of 72 and
73 respectively to push the Wol-
verines into the top position. Pen-
diebudy's 73 came after he had
gone 4-under par at the end of
seven holes of play.
Newton led the team at the end
of the day with a 148 total while
Mouw finished at 150. Pendlebury
had a 78 in the morning for 151
strokes. Frosty Evashevskt shot 76-
79-155; Pete Passink, 78-76-157;
Dave Cameron, 78-80-158.
Badgers, Too
Wisconsin, with the home course
advantage, also got going after
lunch to push into contention. Led
by Bill Iversen's 3-under par 69
and Roger Eberhardt's 73, the
Badgers demonstrated why they
were unbeaten in competition this
year. Iversen had the lowest round
of the day, but ironically had an
embarrassing 82 in the morning.
Eberhardt had an individual
total of 73-73--146 to lead in the
individual competition while Min-
nesota's sophomore, Dave Gumlia,
was in second place at 73-74-147.
In the third position with 148
strokes were Illinois' Joel Hirsch
and Michigan's Newton.
"I'm very pleased with our a-

ternoon rounds," golf coach Bert
Katzenmeyer commented at the
end of the day. "The fact that we
matched Wisconsin's second round
total is very encouraging when you
consider that they are playing in
their own back yard."
Finishing fourth in last. year's
tournament, Minnesota created
quite a surprise for the field by
taking the first round lead with
378 strokes. Purdue was second at
382; another surprise, Northwest-
ern, was third at 384; while Michi
gan and Michigan State were tied
in the fourth spot with 387 totals.
Gopher letterman Les Peterson
paced his team's performance in
the morning by touring the Maple
Bluff course in 70 shots. With
only two returning lettermen this
year, the Gophers compiled a 7-4
season record.
"From what I've seen of them,"
Katzenmeyer commented," they
have some good players. Although
they fell behind in the afternoon,
I don't think that they are
through."
Solid Play
Although no one played signifi-
cantly outstanding for Purdue, the
Boilermakers showed some steady
golf to solidly nail down the fourth
position at the end of the day.
Leading the team in individual
scores are Rich Bulloch and
Charles Hellman with 151 strokes
apiece.
Katzenmeyer concluded, "We
haven't won since 1952, although
we've knocked on the door several
times since. The title is going to
go to either Michigan, Minnesota,
Wisconsin, or Purdue, in my opin-
ion. We're going out to play of-
fensive golf tomorrow. We have to
as *e only have a two-stroke lead
over a Wisconsin team that isn't
going to give up any ground."
The remainder of the teams
after 36 holes are fifth place
Michigan State, 769; defending
champion Indiana, 774; Illinois,
774; Northwestern, 781; Iowa, 785;
and Ohio State, 788.

Leading Golfers

CHUCK NEWTON TOM PENDLEBURY FROSTY EVASHEVSKI
...76-72-148 .. p78-73-151 ... 76-79-155
POOR WEATHER:
Illness Bli*o'hts Tennlis Hopes

By TOM ROWLAND
Special To The Daily
EVANSTON--Michigan received
three more big blows to its hopes
for a fifth straight Big Ten ten-
nis title here yesterday-two losses
and a victory.
The first loss was John Fraser,
who contracted a 104-degree tem-
perature and was sent to a local
hospital, leaving the Wolverines
forced to forfeit in first doubles.
The other defeat was Hal Lowe's
4-6, 6-3, 7-5 loss to Michigan
State's Dwight Shelton in fifth
singles.
The victory was by Northwest-
ern's Marty Riessen, who pulled

First Place

Chuck Newton
Gary Mouw
Tom Pendiebury
Frosty Evashevski
Pete Passink
Dave Cameron

76-72-148
79-71-154
78-73--151
76-79--155
81-76-157
78-84-158

thletic Directors Table Action

By DAVE GOOD
Acting Sports Editor
Special To The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS-The Big Ten
Athletic Directors and faculty rep-
resentatives discussed just about
anything but made concrete de-
cisions on practically nothing in
the Conference Spring Business
Meeting here yesterday.

Rained Out

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The Michigan baseball team's
game with Indiana at Bloom-
ington was rained out yester-
day. The Wolverines play a
doubleheader with Ohio State
at Columbus this afternoon.
An important proposal to put a
ceiling on financial aide to ath-
letes was put off until Oct. 1,
when a special meeting is to be
held on the subject.
Athletic Directors were becom-
ing worried over increased ex-
penditures connected with athletic
scholarships and were considering
limiting each school to 55 instead
of the present 80.
Coaches Limited
They did pass a proposal to
limit coaches to one visit to pros-

pective athletes' homes, between
Dec 1 and the day tenders are
handed out.
They also named Minnesota
Athletic Director Ike Armstrong as
supercisor of Big Ten football of-
ficials, filling the position of the
late E. C. 'Irish' Crieger, who
served until his death in 1961.
Armstrong will also be the Big
Ten's special representative on
the West Coast for Rose Bowl
matters.
Recommendation Rejected
Directors disapproved the bas-
ketball coaches recommendation
for a playoff when two teams tie
for the conference title. The pres-
ent policy of determining ties is
to name as the NCAA tournament
representative the school which
has gone the longest without win-
ning.
No action was taken on deter-
mining equalized basis of spring
football practice. In the March
meeting, Michigan was ;given per-
mission to start practice on Aug.
26 in order to be ready for classes
under the new trimester plan. Ac-
tion was also tabled on the matter
of athletic team competition dur-
ing the summer period.
The directors asked further stu-

dies regarding the need and means.
of financial support for the U. S.
Track and Field Federation.
These sights were aproved for
next winter's Big Ten champion-
ship meets: fencing and indoor
track, Ohio State; gymnastics and
wrestling, Wisconsin; and swim-
ming, Minnesota.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

himself out of a hole when it
looked like Iowa's Steve Wilkin-
son had him beat in first singles.
Wilkinson led 3-6, 6-4, 6-5 when
Riessen won on his serve, broke
Wilkinson's own service and then
took the clinching game.
The Wildcats lead Michigan now
by 19 points, 55 to 36, with Mich-
igan State's 23 taking third. Finals
begin this afternoon.
The Wolverines will have at
least four netmen in the finals
and all four face Northwestern
men. The Wildcats have eight net-
ters going into the final bracket
as the fifth singles Northwestern
player lost out yesterday.
Rain Threatens
Rain almost canceled matches
today, but four contests were
played inside before the sun came
out late in 'the afternoon, permit-
ting play in all but one of the
semi-final matches.
Ray Senkowski and his boomi g
serve shot a 6-2, 6-3 win past I -
diana's Gary Baxter on the first
court. Today the Wolverine ace
tangles with defending champ
Riessen in the finals; Riessen beat
Senkowski in a match a week ago
6-2, 6-4.
Harry Fauquier put on the big
game to get a revenge victory over
Michigan State's Tony O'Donnell
in second singles. 5-7, 6-2, 6-2.
The Michigan captain will be de-
fending his Big Ten number two
crown against Northwestern star
Clark Graebner today. Graebner
rolled past Jerry Olefsky of Illi-
nois yesterday, 6-0, 6-2.
The Wolverines picked up more
points on the fours court where
Brian Flood tripped up Purdue's
Regents Name
Members To
Athletic Board
Dean Stephen H. Spurr and
Professors Angus Campbell and
Douglas A. Hayes were appointed
to three-year terms on the Board
in Control of Intercollegiate Ath-
letics by the Regents yesterday.
Spurr was reappointed to the
board for his second term. He is
currently the chairman of the
board's Plant Expansion Commit-
tee which formulated a long range
program of plant expansion an-
nounced yesterday morning.
Included in the program is a
$12 charge for student athletic
cards which admits students to all
home football games. Immeyiate
plant needs include a new basket-
ball arena to be constructed from
a bond issue financed through the
sale of the athletic cards.

Mike Hannas in 6-3, 6-4 style. It
will be another big match today
when Flood encounters North-
western's Bill Rice for the number
four title. Rice and Flood are both
sophomores who have yet to meet
each other on the court.
Ron Linclau advanced to the
final pairing in sixth singles, get-
ting his big serve in top shape to
blast Don Hedden of Illinois, 6-0,
6-2. The Michigan junior will face
Northwestern's Skip Gage in the
finals today.
Because Lowe's match went
three sets, the Michigan second
doubles team didn't play yesterday
due to darkness. Lowe and Fau-
quier will meet Purdue's Ross
Helft-Hannas pair in the semi-
finals this morning.
Snell,BIeatty
Fail in Try
For Records
By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES-World records
remained intact but such stars as
Peter Snell of New 'Zealand, Jim
Beatty of Los Angeles and the
Arizona State University mile re-
lay team kept 32,450 fans cheer-
ing at the Coliseum Relays last
night.
World record holder S n e 11
romped in to win the one mile in
what he conceded was a disap-
pointing 4 minute, three-tenths
seconds. Illness had forced out his
main threat, Jim Greele of the
Los Angeles Track Club.
Beatty captured the 5,000-meter
run over New Zealand's Olympic
champion, Murray Halberg. The
winning time was 13:47.4, with
Halberg clocked at 13:59.2.
The Arizona State mile-relay
team of Mike Barrick, Henry
Carr, Ron Freeman and Ulis Wil-
liams literally ran away with this
event in 3:05.2. But the foursome
failed to dent its own world rec-
ord of 3:04.5.
It was a chilly night-just below
60 degrees-and there were dis-
appointments in the 23rd annual
running of the big event.
John Pennel of Northeast Lou-
isiana State, who has a world
record of 16', 6%" pending in the
pole vault, settled for 15'. Ron
Morris of the Southern California
Striders, with fewer misses, won
at 16'%".
C. K. Yang of UCLA, still ailing
from a back injury suffered last
week in the West Coast Relays,
was unable to compete in the pole
vault.

mile, two mile, mile relay
other field events.,
Three Points??
Point-wise, Michigan
over only three counters

and the
carries
for yes-

Boxed In
Aquino had been running third
in the second 880 heat and was
starting to pick up speed going
into the last turn when he found
himself boxed in by the other run-
ners on the turn. He lost ground
coming out of the turn but did
manage to sprint back into fourth
place. That's when he let up and
Castle seemed to place him. Judges
will decide this morning-whether'
that was before the finish line.
"It's my own fault," Aquino
belly-ached afterwards. "Three of
them (Iowa's Bill Frazier, Wiscon-
sin's Jim McGrath and Minne-
sota's Carl Jones) were together
ahead of me and I figured I was
fourth. Then all of a sudden I was
fifth."
After a number of other setbacks
on the running track, in which
hurdler Joe Mason and halfmiler
Theodore Kelly fell by the way-
side, Michigan advanced only Kent
Bernard and Dan Hughes (in the
660-yd. run), Mac Hunter (220-yd.
dash), Cliff Nuttall (120-yd. high
hurdles) and Charlie Peltz (330-
yd. intermediate hurdles) through
the qualifying heats.
No trials were required for the

Kerr who edged him for the in-
door 600 title last March, ran a
1:18.2 in the second heat. Hughes
managed to take the fourth quali-
fying spot by timing 1:19.8.
Adams blazed past Illinois soph-
omore Trent Jackson in :21.0, a
tenth under the conference record
set by Ohio State's Jesse Owens.
Adams had earlier run a record
equaling :09.4, but disqualified be-
cause of the trailing wind of 19
mph.
Michigan State sophomore Bob
Moreland timed :09.5 to win the
second century heat and then bet-
tered Adams' 220 time in :20.7 only
to have that disallowed because of
an eight mile per hour trailing
wind.
Hunter Second
Hunter placed second to More-
land in :21.8, the fourth best qual-
ifying time, but he had to work to
stay ahead of MSU's Walker
Beverly.
Nuttall ran his best time of the
outdoor season, :14.7. to finish
second in his heat behind Wiscon-
sin's Steve Muller (:14.5). He
posted a share of the second best
qualifying time by beating Wis-
cQnsin's Gene Dix and Iowa's Don
Gardner.
Peltz, a senior who has never
scored in a Big Ten meet, ran a
short second in his heat. He was
leading until he started straining
near the finish, knocking over the
last hurdle and finishing behind
Illinois' Wendell Grant.

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