TUTRSDAY, APRIL 27, 1961 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
PENN SCHEDULE DEMANDS IT:
Canham Chooses Four-Mile Relay Have a real cigarette-have a
By TOM WEBER
A bad break? You might call it
that land track coach Don Can-
ham isn't exactly happy about the
The problem referred to is the
order of events for the Penn Re-
lays, which start Friday. Michigan
is the defending champion in both
the four-mile and distance medley
relays. Last year the events were
scheduled on different days, but
this year, alas and alack, the four-
mile relay event has been moved
up to Friday, along with the al-
ready scheduled distance medley.
These two events will be the
only two finals held on Friday. Or
rather, they will be the only two
of the eight "championship of
America" relay events on the pro-
gram, for the meet has a total
of 112 events in all. The cham-
pionship of America series is the
headliner, however, with the 440,
880, one - mile, two - mile, 480
shuttle-hurdle and sprint medley
relays rounding out the series.
But, to get back to Canham's
dilemma, Michigan can only enter
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one of the Friday events because
they are too close together, and
a lack of depth would force the
same men to run on both teams.
Canham has decided that it will
be the four-mile. This figures to
be a better choice, because the
report is out that Yale can field
quite a team in the distance med-
They haven't run the event this
spring, but have four outstanding
runners in the persons of Jim
Stack (880), Jay Luck (440), Tom
Carroll (% mile) and Bobby Mack
for the final mile. Many figure
that this will be the Eli's toughest
team, especially with their great
distance man Carroll on it. And
besides, how can they lose with
If Michigan enters this event,
the outcome could all depend on
the final mile between Mack and
the Wolverines stretch-runner, Er-
The four-mile field is less star-
studded with Manhattan and
Fordham figuring to be the strong-
est contenders. Michigan has Jim
Wyman, Dave Martin and Leps
back from last year's winner. Walt
Schaefer will replace Fred Mon-
tour, with no drop off in quality.
The Wolverine foursome did
17:27.3 last year, and the closest
any team has come to that this
Mantle Homers Twice
As Detroit Loses, 13-11
DETROIT W) - Mickey Mantle
hit home runs from both sides of but Mantle's first home ru.
the game in the eighth.
the plate today, the second coming His winning clout, seven
with a man on base in the 10th the season, came off Hank-A
inning, giving the New York Yan-
kees a 13-11 triumph over the De-
troit Tigers in a wild, marathon"
contest marked by 31 basehits and M ajor Leag
The loss was Detroit's first since Stand ng S
Opening Day and broke an eight-
game winning streak, the Tiger's
longest in a Idozen seasons. AMERICAN LEAGUE
W -L Pct.
The Yanks blew a 6-0 lead they DETROIT 8 2 .800
piled up in the second against Minnesota 8 3 .727
southpaw Don Mossi. The Tigers New York 6 4 .600
Cleveland 7 5 .583
finally went three runs ahead with Boston 5 5 .500
a five-run burst in the seventh, Chicago 4 5 .444
Kansas City 3 5 .375 4
Baltimore 4 7 .364 4%
Washington 4 7 .364 4Y
Los Angeles 1 7 .125 6
New York 13, Detroit 11 (10 inn.)
Washington 2, Boston 1
Cleveland 6, Baltimore 3
Only games scheduled
Baltimore at Washington
Boston at Detroit
Cleveland at New York
Minnesota at Los Angeles
Chicago at Kansas City
° W L Pct. GB
x-San Francisco 7 5 .583 -
Pittsburgh 7 5 .583 -
x-Los Angeles 8 6 .571 -
Milwaukee 5 4 .556 3/
Chicago 6 6 .500 1
St. Louis 6 7 .462 1%
Cincinnati 5 7 .417 2
Philadelphia 4 8 .333 3
x--Playing night game.
Chicago 3, Cincinnati 2 (10 inn.)
Pittsburgh 3, Philadelphia 2
Milwaukee 8, St. Louis 1
San Francisco at Los Angeles (inc.)
Cincinnati at Chicago
only game scheduled
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