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THE MICHIGAN DAILY si

UNDAY, APRIL 30, 1961

oyce Wins Two in Three-Game Sweep

Blue Squad Smashes Whites
In Initial Stadium Scrimmage

By CLIFF MARKS
Michigan's football team finally
made it into the Stadium yester-
day and the result was a hard-
hitting intrasquad game that saw
ten touchdowns scored, six of them
on passes.
Coach Bump Elliott and his staff
had loaded the Blue team for
the weekly scrimmage under near-
game conditions, and this group
of the first, second and fifth units
accounted for nine of the scores.
The White team's lone marker
came after a fumbled punt was
recovered on the Blue 29 yard line
and Ron Spaclt took a reverse
handoff from quarterback Tom
Watters and raced in on the next
play.
Strong Passing
Blue quarterbacks Dave Glinka
and sophomore Frosty Evashevski
stood out on the passing side of
the ledger. Glinka threw for three
touchdowns and Evashevski two.
Both were indirectly responsible
for the three others with Glinka's
passes setting up two, and Eva-
shevski's one.
Sophomore quarterback Ron
Tate threw for the other Blue
touchdown, on a 40-yard pass-run
play to Bob Brown.
Brown, a favorite target of the
three Blue passers, reinjured the
knee he hurt playing basketball,
on a 38-yard pass from Evashev-
ski.
Zubkus Scores Two
Jim Zubkus also was a top re-
ceptionist for the Blues, being one
of three men to score two touch-
downs.
Dave Raimey and sophomore
Bruce McLenna were the other
double scorers. Raimey scored the
first touchdown of the game on
the three-yard plunge after Glinka
had set it up with a 19-yard pass
to captain George Mans.
McLenna, whose hard running

drew praise from , the coaches,
picked up his first marker on a
four-yard run following a 33-yard
Evashevski pass to end Jeff Smith.
McLenna's other TD came on the
longest play of the day, a 60-yard
pass-run from Evashevski.
Bill Tunnicliff and Jack Strobel
notched the other Blue touch-
downs, the former's coming on a'
12-yard pass from Glinka, with
Strobel carying his over from the
one after a 33-yard Glinka to
Mans pass had set it up.
An oddity of the game was that
only three extra points were re-
corded after the ten scores, all of
the two-point variety. Evashevski
ran for one, passed to Bill Dodd
for another, and Zubkus grabbed
a Glinka pass for the third.
Although the Blues' offensive

barrage completely overshadowed
the White team's efforts, Elliott
was quick to point out that several
of the Whites looked good, as indi-
vidual performances were more
important than those of the team.
Elliott emphasized what assist-
ant coach Bob Hollway said about
smoothing out the rough edges
that showed up yesterday, ". .
especially in missed assignments."
"We will be working on details
next week," said Hollway, and
Elliott echoed that there was a lot
of work to be done in polishing up
the raw material.
In summary, Elliott said that a
lot was learned yesterday, and he
hopes that next Saturday's windup
game will provide many of the
missing answers to Michigan's 1961
football questions.

ROUND-UP:
Tigers Down Red Sox,9-5;
Pirates Defeat Reds 6-3

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By The Associated Press
Three grand slammers featured
yesterday's home run barrage in
the major leagues as the batters
finally caught up with the pit-
chers..
Frank Howard blasted a four-
run homer, and chipped in with
another four-bagger with a mate
aboard to power the Los Angeles
Dodgers to a 9-4 triumph over the
Chicago Cubs. Willie McCovey
poled a pair of homers and drove
in four runs as the San Francisco
Giants regained first place in the
National League with a 7-3 vic-
tory over Milwaukee.
Philadelphia defeated St. Louis

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Golf Squad Stampedes
Detroit in Home Opener

By DAVE ANDREWS
It was a day for the polar bears
yesterday, but the Michigan golf
team played anyway, beating De-
troit 17-1.
It didn't prove anything, how-
ever, as the Wolverines merely
duplicated their effort at Detroit
two weeks ago.
With the temperature a shiver-j
ing 38 degrees at tee time and a'
cutting wind blowing out of the
north nobody got very hot. Junior
Tom Ahern led the Wolverines
with a 75.
"It was just too cold," said
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer, whose
goal for the meet was a team score

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of 450. Obviously disappointed by
the conditions under which the
meet was played and Michigan's'
total of 466, he added that regard-
less of the weather the Wolverines
should have been better.
"We may have to play on a day
like this in the Big Ten," Katzen-
meyer emphasized.
Though Dick Youngberg and
Mike Goode had 76's and Chuck
Newton fired a 77, captain Joe
Brisson and Bill Newcomb blos-
somed to 80 and 82 respectively.
As a team the Wolverines man-
aged just four birdies and New-
ton's eagle to go along with their
assortment of double bogies and
buzzards in the total of 108 holes,
not very impressive for a team
with Big Ten title .hopes.
The shot that brought Newton
his eagle, however, was a beauty.
Hitting into the wind on the 475-
yd. par five ninth, the Ann Arbor
sophomore, playing the wind per-
fectly, blasted a three-wood shot
that nearly got him a double eagle.
The ball bounced on the front of
the green and rolled across to the
hole, but instead of dropping when
it hit the pin, it rolled around the
hole and came out.
SUMMARIES
Joe Brisson (M), 40-40-4S0, beat
Ed Stevens (D), 45-40-85, 2%-Y.
Dick Youngberg (M), 38-38-76,
beat Jim Hogan (D), 47-42--89, 3-0.
Bill Newcomb (M), 40-42-82,
beat Bill Sample (D), 42-43-85, 3-0.
Chuck Newton (M), 37-40-77,
beat Larry Koss (D), 42-40J82, 2%-
Mike Goode (M), 38-38--76, beat
John Handloser (D), 45-42-87, 3-0.
Tom Ahern (M), 36-39-75, beat
Roy Vomestek (D), 40-43-83, 3-0.
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3-2, and Pittsburgh beat Cincin-
nati, 6-3, in night action.
In the American League, catcher
Dick Brown hit the first grand
slammer of his major league ca-
reer and rookie Jake Wood cracked
a three-run homer that carried
the. Detroit Tigers to a 9-5 suc-
cess over the Boston Red Sox.
First baseman Mary Throneberry
cracked a bases-full homer for
Kansas City as the Athletics out-
lasted the Chicago White Sox 13-
9.
Berra Homers
Yogi Berra's home run came
with only one man on base but it
was enough to give the New York
Yankees a 4-2 decision over the
Cleveland Indians. The home tun
wallop was conspicuously absent in-
Baltimore's 5-0 victory over Wash-
ington but Ken Aspromonte's
homer figured importantly in Los
Angeles' 4-1 victory over Min-'
nesota.
Johnny Podres gained his third
triumph without a defeat as the
Dodgers snapped a four-game win-
ning streak by the Cubs. The 6'
7" Howard had a single besides
his two homers. Rookie Charlie
Smith also homered for the Dod-
gers as Dick Ellsworth dropped his
second game for Chicago.
Giants Win
Held hitless by Milwaukee's
southpaw ace, Warren Spahn, Fri-
day night, the Giants came
Bulletin
Michigan's tennis team took
two of three matches yesterday
in a. quadrangular meet held at
Bloomington. The Wolverines
shutout Ohio State, 9-0, beat
host Indiana, 6-3, and were
edged by Northwestern, 5-4.
Indiana and Northwestern al-
so took two of three matches,
while the hapless Buckeyes lost
all three of their encounters,
two of them by shutouts.
through with 15 hits against loser
Bob Buhl and a horde of relievers.
Besides McCovey, Felipe Alou, Or-
lando Cepeda and Jimmy Daven-
port homored for the Giants, Juan
Marichal went all the way for the
Giants to register his first
triumph.
Frank Lary, staked to an early
9-0 lead, faltered in the sixth and
seventh innings but registered his
fourth straight victory with the
help of fine relief pitching by
Hank Aguirre.
Big Ten Standings
W L Pct. GB
Michigan 4 0 1.000 -
Indiana 5 1 .833-
Minnesota 5 1 .833 '-
Northwestern 3 3 .500 2
Illinois 2 2 .500 2
Wisconsin 2 3 .400 2%
Ohio State 1 3 .250 3
Iowa 1 3 .250 3
Purdue 1 4 .200 3%
Michigan State 1 5 .167 4
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Wisconsin 2-0, Illinois 0-4
Indiana 9-8, Iowa 2-6
Northwestern 4-4, Purdue 11-2
Minnesota 13-4, Ohio.State 10-3

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