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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, Y 21,

SECOND SEMESTER
EXAMINATION SCHEDULE
COLLEGE OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS
HORACE H. RACKHAM SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
SCHOOL OF NATURAL RESOURCES
SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

Michigan Takes Tennis, Track Titles

Robinson, Leps Score Double ins
As Cindermen Take 22nd Title Easily
I (Continued from Page 1)

Netters Outpoint MSU;
Sekosk Win Sige

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SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
SCHOOL OF NURSING
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
June 2 to June 13, 1961
For courses having both lectures and recitations, the "Time of Clash'
is the time of the first lecture period of the week. For courses having reci-
tation only, the "Time of Giass" is the time of the first recitation period.
Certain courses will be examined at special periods as noted below the
regular schedule. Classes beginning on the half hour will be scheduled at
the preceding hour.
Degree:candidates having a scheduled examination on June 10, 12, 13
will be given an examination at an earlier date. The following schedule
designates an evening time for each such examination. The instructor may
arrange with the student for an alternate time, with notice to the sched-
uling committee.
Evening Schedule for Degree Candidates

Regular
Exam Time
Special
Period
Regular
Exam Time
Special
Period

Mon., June 12
9-12 AM
Fri., June 2
7-10 PM
Tues., June 13
2-5 PM
Tues., June 6
7-10 PM

Mon., June 12
2-5 PM
Sat., June 3
7-10 PM
Sat., June 10
9-12 AM
Wed., June 7
7-10 PM

Tues., June 13
9-12 AM
Mon., June 5
7-10 PM
Sat., June 10
9-12 AM
Thurs., June 8
7-10 PM

just a question of having every-
thing (condition-wise) right so
that they could prove it."
McRae's time broke the Con-
ference record of :14.0, but was
disallowed because of an eight
mile-per-hour following wind.
"McRae lost the record because
of a mistake," complained Can-
ham. "They don't have an average
wind guage here. They just mea-
sure it for the gusts and not for
the whole afternoon."
Canham didn't think he could
do anything to rectify it, but is
giving McRae credit for the Michi-
gan Varsity record. The old one
.was :14.0 set by Bob Osgood, who
also shares the Conference record
with Willie May of Indiana and
Illinois' Williard Thompson.
Cephas' winning time in the
lows was allowed because the wind
was light enough when he ran.
The clocking for his first Big Ten
win broke the :23.5 mark by two
good ones, Jack Keller and Glenn
Davis of Ohio State.
In the 100, Miles was quick off
the blocks but Robinson dug hard,
caught him at the half-way point,
and won by a yard and a half. Ce-
phas ws fifth but John Gceeg
finished out of the money in the
eight man final.

Each student should receive notification from his instructor
as to the time and place of his examination.

REGULAR SCHEDULE

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preceding

TOM ROBINSON
**'100, 220 champ
.in in
660-1. Graham, (Ind), 2. Best,
(NW), 3. Hammond, (111), 4. Crea-
gan, (Wis), 5. Maloney, (OSU). T-
1:19.2 (new record; first time event
run).
MILE-1. LEPS, (M), 2. Tucker
(Ia), 3. MARTIN, (M), 4. Young
(MSU), 5. Davis, (OSU). T-4:11.1.
440-1. Fischer, (Minn), 2. Gilbert,
(NW), 3. Golem, (NW), 4. Laconi,
(Ind), 5. Kerr, Ia). T-:47.4.
100-1. ROBINSON, (M), 2. Miles,
(Ind), 3. Jackson, (Ind), 4. Ford,
(MSU), 5. CEPHAS, (M). T-:09.5.
SHOT PUT-1. Brown, (I11); 55'-
U 2. LOCKE, (M), 5317". 3. Self-
ert, (Ind), 53Y'4". 4. Ezerins, (Wis),
50'9". 5. Steffenhagen, (Minn), 49'-
11".
120-HIGH HURDLES-1. McRAE,
(M), 2. Odegard, (Minn), 3. Spivey,
(Ind), 4. LeCrone, (111), 5. Medcalf,
(NW). T-:13.7 (betters record of 14
but not allowed because of eight
mile per hour favoring wind).
HIGH JUMP-1. Sheppard, (Ind),
6'6". 2. LeCrone, (Ill), 6-5. 3. (tie)
CEPHAS, (M), and Paige, (OSU),
I"

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Breeze
6'2". 4. (tie) Frohwein (Ia), and
GERICH, (M), 6'.
880-i. LEPS, (M), 2. Fischer (1a),
3. MARTIN, (M), 4. AQUINO, (M),
5. Trimble (Ia). T-1:54.7.
220-1. ROBINSON, (M), 2. Ford,
(MSU), 3.Gilbert, (NW), 4. GREGG,
(M), 5. Hyde, (Ia). T-:21.2.
220 LOW HURDLES-1. CEPHAS,
(M), 2. Odegard, (Minn), 3. Spivey,
(Ind), 4. Gardner, (Ia), 5. LeCrone,
(Ill). T-:23.4 (new record; old rec-
ord :23.5, Jack Keller, Ohio State,
1933; Glenn Davis, Ohio State,
1956).
TWO MILE-1. Harvey (Pur), 2.
WARD, (M), 3. Tucker, (Ia), 4. Pe-
terson, (111), 5. WYMAN, (M). T-
9:02.6 (new record; old record 9:03.2,
Leonard Edelen, Minnesota, 1958).
MILE RELAY - 1. Northwestern
(Hofer, Gilbert, Golem, West), 2.
Indiana,' 3. Iowa, 4.Ohio State, 5.
MICHIGAN. T-3:12.8.
POLE VAULT-1. Johnson (Pur),
14'4", 2. DENHART, .(M), 14', 3. (tie)
Ruch, (Pur), Nelson (NW), Rudolph,
(111), OVERTON, (M), Nelson, (Wis).
H-13'8".

Robinson got a good start in
the 220 and streaked around the
turn way ahead after picking up
ground from the staggered start.
He won by a big three yards over
Zack Ford of MSU. Gregg ran on
the outside lane and came in
fourth, but Miles didn't even place.
In the Mile
Iowa's Jim Tucker led the mile
field going int othe last lap. Leps
was second and teammate Dave
Martin, who set .a Varsity record
of 4:06.9 last week, was third.
The half 'mile field, running only
40 minutes later, went into the
second lap closely bunched. Leps
stayed back until the final turn
when he took to the outside and
sprinted out ahead of the pack to
win by five yards.
Martin had to settle for third
in this race too, failing by about
a half yard to catch Jerry Fischer.
Charlie Aquino came in right be-
hind Martin to take fourth.
McRae hit his fourth hurdle
after a fine start, but led all the
way and finished in stellar fash-
ion, two yards ahead of Minne-
sota's Dave Odegard, the defend-
ing champ.
Ray Locke finished second in the
shot put behind fllinois' Bill
Brown, who won with a toss of
55' 7".
Locke. the early leader, had to
be satisfied with 53' 7", nearly a
foot ahead of Indiana's Tom Sei-
fert.
Rod Denhart gave indoor champ
Mike Johnson of Purdue a real
battle in the pole vault, finally
finishing second at 14' 0" when
Johnson made 14' 4" on his second
try. Wolverine Steve Overtn fin-
ished in a five way tie for third
with a 13' 8" vault, equalling his
best ever.
Cephas hit only 6' 2" in the high
jump, but still tied for third be-
hind Indiana's Reggie Sheppard
who won at 6' 6" and Illinois'
Armand LeCrone who cleared 6'
5'.
Jerry Gerich placed in his first
Big Ten meet for Michigan by ty-
ing for fifth at 6' 0".
Purdue's George Harvey was in
a class by himself in the two mile
run, winning by some 40 yards
over Michigan State's Morgan
Ward in the new Big Ten record
time of 9:02.6.
Michigan's Jim Wyman was
fifth in 9:14.0 some seven seconds
under his previous best.
Marsh Dickerson, Bill Hornbeck,
Don Chalfant and Carter Reese
came in fifth in the mile relay
as Reese anchored the unit with
a :48.3 clocking.
Six Schools
Form League
SALT LAKE CIT Y(P)-A new
athletic conference that includes
four teams from the Skyline Con-
ference and two from the Border
was formed here yesterday, after a
two-day secret meeting.
The new league consists of
Utah, Wyoming, Brigham Young
and New Mexico of the Skyline
Conference and Arizona and Ari-
zona State of the Border Confer-
ence. Although nothing was said
about expansion, the door was left
open.

ERGAS LEPS
... 880, mile champ
Davies Sets
Vault Mark
BOULDER, Colo. (P)-Sopho-
more George Davies of Oklahoma
State sailed over the bar at 15'
10%" yesterday beating the world
record pole vault in the Big Eight
Track and Field Championships.
Davies, of Phoenix, touched the
bar on his third try but it held
steady after bobbing momentar-
ily.
He broke the record of 15'94"
set by Don Bragg last year.
Davies went after the world
mark after clearing 15'4%" to
crack the Big Eight standard held
by defending champion J. D. Mar-
tin of Oklahoma. Martin cleared
14'6' and failed at 15' in yester-
day's competition.

(Continued from Page 1)
To illustrate the caliber of Sen-
kowski's play, consider t h a t
Thorne decisively whipped Brian
Eisner of Michigan State 6-0, 6-3
on Friday. Eisner was last year's
runnerup to Denny Konicki of
Northwestern.
Crowd-Pleasing
In a slam bang, crowd-pleasing
affair, Peacock beat Roger Plag-
enhoef of Michigan State 6-4, 6-2
for the number three title. The
colorful Plagenhoef, who is par-
tially balding and always wears a
baseball cap at a cockeyed angle,
tries to hit almost every shot as
hard as possible.
So does Peacock, who plays
without the benefit of socks and
with the benefit of bleached hair.
Yesterday Peacock was the sharp-
er of the two, hitting more siz-
zling overhead drives in the final
set.
Vogt's well placed drives were
too much for Ron Henry of Mich-
igan State in the number five fin-
als. Vogt won the first set eas-
ily, 6-2, but had to scramble to
end the last set and the match,
7-5.
Close Match
In one of the day's closest
matches, Maentz outlasted Bob
Ewald of Indiana 7-5, 6-4 for the
number six title. Maentz came
back from a 4-3 deficit in the first
set, and then held on in the sec-
ond.
MacDonald, who had been rated
one of the surest favorites before
the tournament, just got up on the
wrong side of bed. The stocky
senior plays 'pr the big point and
this strategy won him the number
six title last year and brought
him to the number four finals
yesterday.
Doubles Wins
But against Damson, who re-
trieved like a machine, these tac-
©tics were fatal for MacDonald.

Damson hit everything back nice
and easy from the baseline and
the impatient MacDonald rushed
the net , and blasted everything
back. Soon he was forcing his own
errors, either hitting too long or
into the net.
Michigan's two doubles victories
both went three sets againgt
Michigan State opponents. Sen-
kowski and Peacock took Eisner
and Hall, 5-7, 6-3, 6-2. Michigan
scored well on Peacock's over-
heads and Senkowski's pinpoint
drives.
MacDonald came back strong
from his singles loss to. team with
Vogt as the two beat Henry and
Bill Lau, 6-4, 3-6, 6-1.
Kohl and Erickson, both sopho-
mores, salvaged a title for disap-
pointing Northwestern by down-
ing Maentz and Tenney in a
squeaker, 6-4, 8-6 in the number
two doubles.

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BILL MURPHY
. six titles in seven years

be scheduled at the

SPECIAL PERIODS
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

TENNIS NOTES:
M PrphyedWith inWm

Acctg. 100, 101, 200, 201
Acctg. 100, 101, 200, 201
Business Ad. 150
Business Ad. 150
Business Ad. 181
Business Ad. 181.
Finance 101
Finance 101
Industr. Relations 100
Industr. Relations 100
Indust. Relations 150
Industr. Relations 150
Mktg. 100, 101
Mktg. 100, 101
Stat. 100
Stat. 100

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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

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By FRED STEINHARDT
Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING-
Modest Michigan Coach Bill
Murphy was justifiably proud of
his team's performance. "I thought
the guys played very well and came
through when it counted," said
Murphy.
"We didn't expect to get any-
where near 72 points. I thought
it would be real close between us,
State, Northwestern, and Indiana
with the winner getting around 55
points. But Northwestern and In-
diana collapsed and made i eas-
ier for both us and State."
After Friday morning when it
became apparent that his team
was out of the running, contro-
versial Northwestern coach, Clare
Reissen had more than a few
things to say about the tourna-
ment pairing procedure.
Lutheran West
Wins in Class A
Lutheran West rolled to the
Michigan State High School Class
B track title at Ferry Field yes-
terday edging Ecorse and Cran-
brook.
The top time of the afternoon
was turned in byMorey Gordon of
Clio whose 4:25.5 clocking in the
mile broke the old state record.

"The top four and not the top
two should be seeded in every di-
vision," said Reissen. "Contending
players in the same bracket can
knock each other out early while
a player of comparable skill can
draw a weak bracket and get to
the finals without breaking into a
sweat."
Reissen may have had ample
reason for his gripe although even
he cannot deny that his players
did not perform up to expecta-
tions. Northwestern players met
Indiana or Michigan State oppo-
nents in preliminary or quarter-
final ,rounds in no less than one

doubles and five singles divisions.
The Wildcats lost all of these
matches except the prelims of
number four singles where Jim
Erickson beat Dick Martin of In-
diana. Erickson was promptly
erased in the quarterfinals by the
eventual winner, Jack Damson of
Michigan State.
* * *
Reissen reputedly has three top-
flight freshmen ready to step in-
to the first three slots next year.
The best is his son Marty who
was Senkowski's teammate on the
American Junior Davis cup team
a few years back.

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Major League Standings

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AMERICAN LEAGUE,

LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND THE ARTS

Bot.1,2
Bot. 1, 2
Chem. 4, 6, 182, 183
Chem. 4, 6, 182, 183
Econ. 51, 52, 53, 54
Econ. 51, 52, 53, 54
Econ. 71, 72
Econ. 71, 72
English 23, 24
English 23, 24
Fr. 1, 2, 3, 11, 12, 21, 22,
32, 61, 62
Fr. 1, 2, 3, 11, 12, 21, 22,
32, 61;62
Geog. 1
Geog. 1
German-1, 2, 11, 31, 32,
35, 36
German 1, 2, 11, 31, 32,
35, 36

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
San Francisco 20 11 .645 -
Los Angeles 21 14 .600 1
Cincinnati 18 13 .581 2
Pittsburgh 17 12 .586, 2
Milwaukee 14 14 .500 41
St. Louis 11 17 .393 7%z
Chicago 12 19 .387 3
Philadelphia 9 22 .290 1
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 1, Chicago 0
Milwaukee 9, Cincinnati S
Los Angeles 4, San Francisco 3
Pittsburgh 4, Philadelphia 3
TODAY'S GAMnES
Los Angeles at San. Francisco
St. Louis at Chicago (2)
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (2)
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (inc.)

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 4, Detroit 3
Baltimore 4, Washington 3
Cleveland 4, New York 3
Minnesota 2, Kansas City 0
(Only games scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Kansas City (2)
Chicago at Boston (2)
Cleveland at Minnesota (2)
Baltimore at New' York (2)
Washington at Los Angeles (2)

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Latin 22 D Tues., June 6 9-12
Latin 22 S Sat., June 10 2- 5
Physics 54 D Tues., June 6 9-12
Physics 54 R Mon., June 12 9-12
Russian 1, 2, 31, 32 M Tues. June 6 2- 5
Russian 1, 2, 31, 32 U Tues., June 13 9-12
Sociology 60 G Thurs., June 8 2- 5
Sociology 60 V Tues., June 13 2- 5
Spanish 1, 2, 3, 21, 22, 31, 3x M Tues., June 6 2- 5
Spanish 1, 2, 3, 21, 22, 31, 32 Q Sat., June 10 9-12
Each course requiring a special examination is assigned two examina-
tion code letters. If one is preferred by the department, it is in boldface;
students may elect the other only if a conflict occurs and special permis-
sion was secured from the departmental representative at registration
time in the gymnasium. If neither is underlined, either is available for
selection by each student without regard to the section of the course in
which he is enrolled. r
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
No date of examination may be changed without the consent of the
University Final Examination Scheduling Committee. Questions concern-
ing the schedule should be directed to Edward G. Groesbeck, 1513 Ad-
ministration Building.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Individual examinations will be given for all applied music
courses (individual instruction) elected for credit in any unit of
the University. For time and place of examinations, see bulletin
board of the School of Music.
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN
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