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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAII.3t'

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1966

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MAY 7,1966

MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
McLain Hurls One-Hit Win

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By The Associated Press
CHICAGO - Dennis McLain
allowed only one hit-a second
inning single by J. C. Martin-as
the Detroit Tigers nipped the
Chicago White Sox 1-0 last night
on Norm Cash's bases-loaded sac-
rifice fly in the eighth.
After Martin's clean single to
right leading off the second, Mc-
Lain walked Tommy Agee and
hit Don Buford with a pitch, load-
ing the bases. He retired Tom Mc-

Chaw to end that threat, then
mowed down 21 of the last 22 bat-
ters he faced en route to his fourth
victory in five decisions.
Ray Oyler led off the eighth
with a double. Mctain bunted him
to third and was safe at first on
Pete Ward's late throw. Ron Han-
sen threw Olyer out at the plate
on Don Wert's grounder but Jerry
Lumpe singled to left, filling the
bases.

NEW YORK - Cleon Jones led
off the bottom of the ninth inning
with a home run, giving the New
York Mets a 2-1 victory over the
Chicago Cubs last night,
Jones, making his first start in
10 days after being sidelined with
a leg injury, smashed an 0-2 pitch
from Chicago left-hander Ken
Holtzman over the left-center
field fence, snapping a 1-1 dead-
lock.

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By BUD WILKINSON Les Tanona, came home on an runs
Summer Sports Editor error by the Illini left fielder fol- eigh
Five down, two to go! lowing Keith Spicer's single. ed a
Bob Reed, Michigan righthand- The big inning for Michigan, gles
er who was the winning pitcher however, was the fifth. The five- onds
in Michigan's 8-0 drubbing of Illi- run fifth began like the first with the
nois yesterday, has won all five a line single to right field by Si
of the Wolverines conference Schryer. The single was the sec- the
games so far and needs only two ond of four by Schryer in five
more victories to break the all- trips to the plate. Schryer was
time Big Ten record of six vic- advanced to third by Tanona's
tories in a season. double, and after a walk to Spicer
Reed has pitched three complete to load the bases, was driven home
shutout games against Big Ten by first-baseman Chan Simond's
opposition and has come in in re- sharp single to right field.
lief to register victories in Mich- The next man up, Al Bara,
igan's other two games. promptly singled home Tanona
Reed allowed the Illini only six and Spicer, but Simonds was
hits in the game, and received thrown out in an attempt to take
plenty of help from his team- third.X
mates as the Wolverines clouted Right-fielder Bara advanced to
14 hits and backed Reed defen- third on Rick Sygar's single and
sively with three double plays. scored on a passed ball.
Reed received the only run he The scoring in the inning end-s
needed in the first inning when ed with a sacrifice fly by pitcher
Dick Schryer, who had singled and Reed to bring Sygar home.
advanced to second on a walk to The remaining two Wolverine

Scalp

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8-0

were scored in the third and,
th. In the third Tanona walk-
and was driven home on sin-
by Spicer and Simonds. Sim-
s, like Bara, had two RBI's for
day.
monds crossed the plate with
final Wolverine run in the

eighth frame when he doubled,
advanced on Bara's ground out
and scored on Sygar's sacrifice fly
to deep center.
The Illini did not get any hits
until the fifth inning. In the fifth
Terry Kasper singled and stole
second. The next Illinois batter up

hit a single to shallow left to give
the Illini men on first and third.
The threat was wiped out, how-
ever, when pitcher Mike Rodger-
son grounded to captain and
shortstop Bob Gilhooley who
threw to Sygar for the relay to
Simonds to complete the double
play.
The only other time Illinois
managed to put together two hits
in the same inning, the Gilhooley
to Sygar to Simonds combination
clicked again to retire two.
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Szukala lb
Reed 2b
Haney rf
Peterson ss
Kasper of
Waters 3b
Rodgerson p
Leonard p

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301
4 0 0
4 0 2
0 0
4 0 0
4 0 0
1 0 0
30 0 6

Totals

MICHIGAN

Miehigan Netters Smash
Northwestern, Iowa

Gilhooley ss
Sizemore C
Schryer c
Tanona If
Spicer 3b
Simonds lb
Bara r
Sygar 2b
Reed p
Totals
ILLINOIS
MICHIGAN

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5 01
5 1 3
2 1 1
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Special To The Daily
BLOOMINGTON - The Michi-
gan tennis team swept 14 of 15
matches yesterday in double dual
meet action with Northwestern
and Iowa and moved another step
closer to the Big Ten title.
In the dual meet with North-
western the netters took five out of
six of the singles matches and all
three of the doubles contests.
The only Wolverine to lose in
singles was Ed Waits, who lost the
number four singles match to
Wildcat Dave Crook, 6-3, 6-2. The
other Michigan singles players all
won in two sets.
In doubles the only Michigan
duo to have any serious trouble
with the Wildcats was the first
doubles combination of Karl Hied-
rick and Jerry Stewart. They de-
feated Tom Mansfield and Roger
Barnard in a close match, 6-4, 9-
11, 6-2.
Later in the afternoon the net-
men met the Iowa team in anoth-
er dual meet. Only the singles
matches were completed before
dark, and the Wolverines swept
them all.
Today the Michigan team will
finish the meet with Iowa and will
then take on Indiana in another
dual meet which could be very im-
portant in determining the Big
Ten title.

Indiana defeated Northwestern
8-1 yesterday and ranks as the
Wolverines' top contender for the
conference crown.
The dual meet standings along
with the conference tournament
results are combined to determine
the champion. Counting yester-
day's action Michigan has won 43
matches and lost 4 and second-
place Indiana has a 33-7 record in
conference play.
Following are the Big Tenj
standings prior to yesterday's
matches
W L Pet.
MICHIGAN 29 3 .906
Indiana 25 6 .806
Michigan State 29 12 .707
Illinois 12 5 .706
Northwestern 18 18 .500
-Iowa 15 20 .429
Ohio State 17 27 .386
Wisconsin 10 17 .370
Minnesota 10 35 .222
Purdue 4 26 .133
NOTE: Several rain-outs and par-
tially played dual meets will be
made up prior to the conference
tournament at Michigan State on
May 19-21.
NORTHWESTERN
SINGLES
Hedrick (M) def. Mansfield, 6-4,
6-2; Stewart (M) def. Barnard, 6-1,
6-1; Swift (M) def. Riessen, 6-4,
7-5; Crook (N) def. Waits, 6-3, 6-2;
Teeguarden (M) def. Robb, 6-4, 7-5;
Dixon (M) def. Goldsmith, 6-1, 6-4.
DOUBLES
Stewart-Hedrick (M) def. Mans-
field-Barnard, 6-4, 9-11, 6-2; Swift-
Teeguarden (M) def. Crook-Riessen,
6-1, 6-1; Waits-Dixon (M) def. Robb-
Goldsmith, 6-2, 6-1.
IOWA
SINGLES
Hedrick (M) def. Strauss, 6-2, 6-2;
Stewart (M) def. Stokstad, 6-1, 6-0;
Swift (M) def. LePrevost, 6-4, 7-9,
6-1; Waits (M) def. Collison, 6-3, 6-2;j
Teeguarden (M) def. Svarups, 6-1,
6-1; Dixon (M) def. Gervich, 6-1, 5-7,
6-4.

E-Crouse. P0-A-Michigan 27-15,
Illinois 24-9. LOB--Michigan 11, I111
nois 6. RBI-Simonds 2, Bara 2,
Reed, Sygar. 2B-Tanona, Simonds,
Sygar. SB-Gilhooley, Sygar, Crouse,
Kasper. S-Bara. SF-Reed, Sygar.
PITCHING SUMMARY
IP H R-ER BB SO
Heed (W, 8-1) 9 6 0-0 2.8
Rodgerson (L, 2-2) 4% 10 7-5 4 5
Leonard 3Y 4 1-1 0 4
HBP-Rodgerson (Reed), Reed
(Leonard). PB-Smith.

BOB REED
NORTHERN INVITATIONAL:

DICK SCHRYER

Golfers Hold Third After Two Rounds

Special To The Daily
BLOOMINGTON - The Mich-
igan golf team started strong to
take the first round lead in the
Northern Intercollegiate Invita-
tional Tournament yesterday but
dropped to third at the end of the
second round.
The final two rounds are to be
played today on the Indiana Uni-
versity course.
After the first 18 holes the
Michigan team had a 373 and a
one stroke lead over defending
Big Ten champion Purdue. Follow-
ing the top two game three more
conference teams.
Indiana was third with a 381
total, Ohio State finished the
round at 383, and Michigan State
carded a 384.
Scoring for the tournament is
based on the top five scorers on a{

the lead with a 754 while Michigan!
slipped to a 757. Purdue held on
to its runner-up spot with a 755.
The Spartans held fourth at the
end of 36 holes and Indiana was
in fifth.
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer said
yesterday thathhe was reasonably
satisfied by the Wolverines play
during the day.
"They played very well in the
first round, but I was a little dis-
appointed in the second eighteen.
"I knew before we started that
the team was not really ready for
the tournament. The break for
finals has hurt us and we have
not had good weather for prac-
tice. The long layoff from com-
petition has also definitely hurt
our progress."
Eight of the Big Ten teams are
entered in the meet and "the

due are looking very good. I think
we have as good a chance as any
of the others to win it, however."
Katzenmeyer also predicted that
the results of this meet would be
reflected closely in the conference
championship meet on May 20-21.
In the individual standings af-
ter two rounds Michigan Captain
Bill Newton is third with a 70-76-
146 total. In first is Jim Jewell of
Indiana with a 68-73-141.
John Schroeder has the second
best mark on the Michigan team
with a 75-74-149. Following New-
ton and Schroeder for the Wol-
verines are John Richart and Bob
Barclay at 152, Jim Evashevski at
158, and Chip Groves at 166.
Major League

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team for each mound. , strength of the conference is here.
At the end of the second round, I expected Indiana to be playing
however, the leaders shifted posi- better, especially on their own
tion and Ohio State moved into course, but Ohio State and Pur-

Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
WV L Pct. GB
Cleveland 14 2 .875
Baltimore 13 3 .813 1
x-California 11 7 .611 4
Detroit 12 8 .600 4
Chicago 10 7 .588 4%
Minnesota 8 7 .533 5iz
Washington 6 11 .353 8
Boston 5 13 .278 10
Kansas City 4 14 .222 11
x-New York 4 15 .211 11Y
x--Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Kansas City 2, Washington 1
Detroit 1, Chicago 0
Minnesota 5, Boston 4
Baltimore 3, Cleveland 2 (15 inn)
California 7, New York 4
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Baltimore
New York at California (n)
Washington at Kansas City (n)
Detroit at Chicago
Boston at Minnesota
NATIONAL LEAGUE
. W L Pet. GB
San Francisco 16 7 .696 -
Pittsburgh 13 7 .650 1Ya
Atlanta 13 10 .565 3
Houston 13 10 .565 3
Philadelphia 10 8 .565 3y2
Los Angeles 12 11 .522 4
New York 7 8 .467 5
St. Louis 8 12 .400 6yz
Cincinnati 6 13 .316 8
Chicago 4 16 .200 10Y
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 2, Chicago 1
Philadelphia 8, Pittsburgh 7 (11 inn)
Cincinnati 7, Los Angeles 1
San Francisco 4, St. Louis 2
Atlanta 6, Houston 0
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at Cincinnati
Atlanta at Houston (n)
San Francisco at St. Louis (n)
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia
Chicago at New York

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