THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1966
WIN TRIANGULAR MEET:
. Special To The Daily out one man and then walked an-
DETROIT-Scoring 15 runs on other Titan batsman before being
five hits including five tallies in relieved.
the first inning without a hit, the The relief pitcher, Rod Scott,
Detroit Titan baseball team walk- also started out by walking the
ed over Michigan yesterday at first batter he faced and sending
The Wolverines used three in another run.
pitchers, none of whom had pitch- Three More BB's
ed since the team's trip to Arizona Scott got out of the inning
in March, and the hurlers just without further damage and also
couldn't find the plate in the early managed to prevent a score in the
innings, giving up a total of 17 second after filling the bases with
bases on balls. three free passes.
The first pitcher, right-hander The sophomore southpaw wasn't
Nick Radakovic, gave up four runs as lucky in the third inning, how-
in the first inning on walks. He ever. In the third frame Detroit'
walked the first six batters, struck picked up two more runs on three
a single and a
in the fourth inning by pushing
eight runs across the plate on
three hits, five walks and two
Joe Kerr then came into pitch
for Michigan and finished the
game without giving up any hits
The scoring for Michigan began
in the first inning when Bob Gil-
hooley rapped a hit past the short-
stop and scored on Andy Fisher's
triple to left-center.
Diamondmen Batter Purdue
By BUD WILKINSON
The Wolverine nine held on to
its position atop the Big Ten
standings and pitcher Bob Reed
continued his assault on the con-
ference record book in Michigan's
double victory over Purdue here
last Saturday, 9-3 and 7-2.
The Wolverine batsmen weren't
exactly idle either as they puched
out 25 hits in the two games to up
their league-leading batting aver-
age to .344.
Reed, who has now tied the all-
time Big Ten record for victories
in a season, was the winning
pitcher in the second game as he
came in in relief to hold the Boil-
ermakers scoreless for 2/ innings
to protect the one-run lead the
Wolverines carried into the sixth.
Reed has been awarded the vic-
tories in six of Michigan's seven
conference games, pitching three
nine-inning shutouts and winning
three more games in relief.
With one more victory Reed will
break the long-standing confer-
ence record of six wins in a sea-
son set first in 1946 and tied for
the third time last year by Ohio
State ace Steve Arlin.
The sixth inning was the big
inning for the Wolverines in the
second game but the winning run
crossed the plate in the second
when second baseman Mel Waka-
bayashi singled, advanced to sec-
ond on a sacrifice by Bill Zepp and
scored on Gilhooley's double to
Michigan scored four more runs
in the sixth inning on two walks, a
sacrifice bunt by Reed, Ted Size-
more's triple and Keith Spicer's
Sophomore southpaw Geoff
Zahn pitched the entire game and
allowed only seven hits in the first
game of the doubleheader.
Sizemore paced the Michigan
batsmen in the twin bill as he
clouted three singles and a triple
in the first game to bring in three
runs and singled in two runs in
the second contest.
Three other Wolverines smash.
ed out four hits for the day-
Spicer, Les Tanona, and Al Bara
Spicer and Bara each had double,
and drove in three and two runs
BIG TEN STANDINGS
Les Tanona scored Fisher on a
single to right field, took second Sweeping 11f1
on a wild pitch and scored when Seeing mor1 firt plan
-and scoring more points than
Al Bara popped up to the short Northwestern and Illinois combin-c
stop who lost the ball in the sun. ed, the Michigan thinclads ranc
Tanona crossed the plate again away with a triangular meet atl
for the Wolverines in the fourth Champaign last Saturday.C
when he took first base on an The Wolverines ran, jumped
error, went to second on Bara's hurdled, and threw for 94 points
by Mansakabason a forced-out The Illini trailed far behind with
byaelkakabayashi 48 and the Wildcats brought up
Wakabayashi forced Bara atthrerwh301
second but beat the throw t first, the rear with 30.
and Tanona scored from second Wolverine Coach Don Canham
on the double play attempt. was generally pleased with the re-
Thedoublernspkdsults which indicate that the thin-
The Woleriesix pind p two clads should be considered a ser1n-
runs in the sixth and two more in ous contender in the conference
the seventh to end the scoring. hminhp ae nMy
>. championships later in May. t
Tanona Hits Again Canham Pleased
In the sixth Tanona started the "It was real windy but the per-
action again by singling to right formances were generally goodl
field and taking second on an The meet results are very satisfy-
error. Doug Nelson then grounded n," s
to the shortstop but reached sec- Oneof Ch<highlightsy.f the
ond on a two-base error by the meet was the 660-yard run in
first baseman on the throw from which sophomore Alex McDonald
the shortstop. Bara then sacri-
ficed to center field, scoring Tan- tenth of a second of setting a new
ona and moving Nelson to third. / Michigan record. His time of 1:18.9
Nelson was driven home by a broke the Illinois track record and
-sharp single to center by Waka- is the fastest outdoor clocking in
. bayashi. TED SIZEMORE the Big Ten this year.
s In the seventh inning Fisher
reached first base on an error, and
winning pitcher Fred Beauregard
to loadthepbass.lNeters Top I owa, ndiana,
walked Ted Sizemore and Tanona
to load the bases.
Nelson then hit into a double'
play but drove in Fisher. The scor- LengthenwConfeaenceeLead
ing ended when Bara singled to
right center to score Sizemore.
The game was called by agree- The Michigan tennis squad add- victory anid increase the Wolver-
ment after seven innings because ed two more lopsided dual meet ines' lead in total number of
mntherold.victories to their string Saturday matches won.
The diamondmen move into ac- by completing the sweep of its Earlier in the day the netters
tion again this afternoon when matches with Iowa and down- completed their whitewash of
tionagairenghis ato Wen iing Indiana 6-3. Iowa downing the Hawkeyes in all
they seek revenge against Western
Michigan here at Yost Field The team now is firmly en- three doubles matches.
at 3:30. trenched in first place in the The next action for the squad'
conference with a 52-7 record. will be tomorrow when they meet
DETROIT Indiana was the runner-up to Notre Dame in non-league play
AB R If Michigan in tennis last year and at Notre Dame.
~utereit rI 3 2 3twas pegged as the toughest chal-
Engel lb 3 i I lenge to Wolverine supremacy thisDO L
firinsden cf 4 2 2 year. IHedrick-Stewart (M3 def. Strauss-
iedlaczek 3 3 2 1 It looked bad for the Wolver- Lerevost, 6-2, 9-7; Swift-Teeguard-
Yeomans e11 )ines at first as the Hoosiers took 6_2. Wi sVuds-.tosa-
a Hartman 2h 3 1 1 the first three singles matches, Benson, 6-2, 6-2.
Beauregard p I 2 I , but Michigan's depth paid off in
n Totals 24 13 5 the end. INDIANA
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S MICHIGAN The netters came back to wil Power (1) del .Hedrick, 6-1, 6-1;
A It I the bottom three singles matches' Nolan (I) def. Stewart, 6-0, 6-8, 10-
Gilhooley ss 3I 1I and swept all three of the doubles 8; Bacr (I) def. Swift, 6-3, 6-4; Waits
- Rose 5s 1 0 0 contests (M) def. Scott, 6-4, 6-2; Teeguarden
Another performance with which ! ning discuss throw of 165'11%",
Canham was particularly pleased and Woodie Fox won the 120-
was that of the mile relay team yard high hurdles in :14.5.
which finished in a time of 3:13.8 Pole-vaulting Captain George
He especially noted the running|Canamare and shot putter Jack
of Dan Ziskie, who turned his Harvey won their respective events
quarter-mile in :48.8, a second at marks far below their best be-
faster than his previous best. cause of a lack of competition.
The other members of the win- Lee Assenheimer was the only
ning mile relay team were Matti double winner of the meet as he
Kilpelainen, McDonald, and Bob took both the mile and the two-
Gerometta. mile races.
Best Jump The track team next faces Ohio
Two other Wolverines surpass- University and the Chicago Track
ed their previous bests. Rick Hunt Club in a triangular meet in Ann
a sophomore, won the high jump Arbor on Saturday.
with a leap of 6'7x/2"-his best DISCUS - 1. Donnelly (M), 2.
mark and one-half inch from the Thomas (M), 3. Goretzke (I), 4. Psal-
best jump in the Big Ten this year tis (N). Distance-15'11/".
Steve Leuchtman also topped SHOT PUT - 1..Harvey (M), 2.
his personal high with a second- Leuchtman (M), 3.stone (1), 4.
Psaltis (N). Distance--56'4/2".
place shot put of 55'2". This toss LONG JUMP-1. Densham (M), 2.
was almost two feet better than hi Joseph (N), 3. Ward (M), 4. Enck
previous top mark. (1). Distance-2118".
jmPOLE VAULT-1. Canamare (M),
Two other winning marks were 2. Albrecht (N), 3. Eastin (1), 4.
recorded by Wolverines which are Klipelainen (M). Height-14'.
among the best in the conference HIGH JUMP-i. Hunt (M), 2. Nor-
this year. Bob Donnelly had a win- ton (M), 3. esham(M,4.Plr
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Ohio State 5
Michigan State 5
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100-YARD DASH-1. Cooper (M),
2. Brown (M), 3 Womick (I), 4.
Laidley (M). Time-:09.9.
220-YARD DASH-1. Laidley (M),
2. Travis (I), 3. Womick (I), 4. Bur-
esh (N). Time-:22.2.
440-YARD DASH - 1. Gerometta
(M), 2. Travis (1), 3. Harford (I), 4.
Hoffman (N). Time-:48.8.
660-YARD RUN-1. McDonald (M),
2. Mullen (1), 3. Cullinan (N), 4.
Grove (M). Time-1:1$.9.
880-YARD RUN-1. Hartman (I),
2. Boydston (N), 3. Norde (M), 4.
Mvercer (M). Time-1 :52.8.
MILE RUN-1. Assenheimer (N),
2. Coffin (M), 3. Dennis (M), 4.
Kelly (M). Time-4:18.8.
TWO-MILE RUN-1. Assenheimer
(N), 2. Benedict (M), 3. Edmondson
(N), 4. Duffield (N). Time-9:22.
120-YARD HIGH HURDLES - 1.
Fox (M), 2. Woodton (M), 3. Grah-
am (M), 4. Enck (I). Time-:14.5.
440-YARD INTERMEDIATE HUR-
DLES-1. Wright (I), 2. Watson (I),
3. Rothwell (I), 4. Enck (I). Time-
MILE RELAY - 1. MICHIGAN
(Ziskie, Kilpelainen, McDonald, Ger-
ometta), 2. Illinois, 3. Northwestern.
AB R H
Gilhooley ss 4 0 1
Sizemore c 6 1 4
Schryer cf 4 0 0
Tanona if 4 0 2
Spicer 3b 4 2 2
Bara rf 5 2 3
Simonds 1b 421
Sygar 2b 4 1 0
Zahn p 3 1 1
Totals 38 9 14
PURDUE 000 000 201-3
MICHIGAN 100 212 12x-9
E-Ganser 3, Wolfson, Sizemore,
Sygar. RBI-Wolfson, Suerth 2, Gil-
hooley, Sizemore 3, Spicer, Bara 2,
Zahn. LOB-Purdue 6, Michigan 14.
DP-Purdue. 2B-Ganser, Wolfson,
Suerth, Simonds, Bara, Zahn. SB -
Ganser, Sizemore. Sac.-Conrad.
IP H R-ER BB SO
Ward (L, 0-3) 52 12 6-5 3 6
Suerth 3 2 3-1 3 6
Zahin (WN, 2-1) 9 7 3-1 6 12
WP-Ward, Suerth. PB-Wolfson.
HBP-Gilhooley (by Ward and Su-
erth), Schryer (by Ward).
The Michigan golf team wona
third place in the athletic spot
light during competition held on
the Indiana greens and fairway
over the weekend.
The golfers placed in the North
ern Invitational Intercollegiate as
Michigan's John Schroeder tiet
Alex Antonio of Ohio State for
medalist honors with a 72-hole
total of 296.
Schroeder paced the Wolverines
with rounds of 75, 74, 71 and 76
with Michigan tallying a score of
1523. The Buckeyes took the tour-
ney with a score of 1508.
Bill Newton ranked second
among the Wolverines with a 302
on rounds of 70, 76, 79 and 77,
while Bob Barclay shot a 305 on
75, 77, 75 and 78.
Next was John Richart whc
turned in a 308 with scores of 74,
78, 77 and 79, then Jim Evashevski
who toured the course in 318 scor-
ing rounds of 79, 79, 80 and 8(
Chip Groves completed the Mich-
igan lineup with a 320 in 86, 80,
77 and 79.
Purdue was second in the tour-
ney at 1517 while Michigan State
captured the fourth place at 1533.
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Baltimore 15 4 .789
Cleveland 15 4 .789
Detroit 13 9 .591
Chicago 11 8 .579
x-California 12 9 .571
Minnesota 9 10 .474
x-Washington 7 12 .368
Boston 7 15 .318
New York 7 16 .304
Kansas City 6 15 .286
x-Late game not included.
New York 3, Minnesota 2
Kansas City 6, Boston 1
Washington at California (nc)
Only games scheduled
Chicago at Baltimore (n)
Detroit at Cleveland (n)
New oYrk at Minnesota (n)
Boston at Kansas City (n)
Washington at California (n)
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Ttals 30 8 9
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MICIIIG(AN 300 102 2- 8
DETROIT 502 800 x-15
E-Gilhoole3, Spirer, Enge i 3. O -
tenbreit. Rh-Fisher, 'anona, Bara
3, Wakabayashi 2, Guerra, Engel,r
Brinsden 4, siedIlacsk 3, I'ashid,
Hartan,. Beauregard 2. liP - )e-j
troit. LOP-Mlichtitan .Detroil 9,
21-Siedlaeze. 3B-Fisher, Brins-
den. SB-Guerra, Beauregard. SF-
ilII IIEliltR so
Radakovic (L, 1-2) ':;x0 5, I
Scott 3 5 10-8 9 4
Kerr 'l'- 0 0-0 1 1
Bleau'gard (W, 3-3) 7 9 8-3 3 4
WP-Scott 2, Beauregard, PB -
Indiana's Dave Power, the top-
ranking conference singles player,
started the meet by whipping Karl
Hedrick, 6-1, 6-1, and the Hoosier
threat began to materialize,
In second singles, Michigan's
Jerry Stewart, after losing the first
set to Mlike Nolan 6-0, foug-ht
beck to take the second 8-6, but
was edged in the final set 10-8.
Jim Swift also lost his number
three singles match, but after that
the tide turned in favor of the
Ed Waits and Ron Teeguarden
won their matches in two sets
each, and Bill Dixon, after los-
ing the first set of his sixth sin-
gles match, also came on to win.
In two very close matches at
number two and three doubles the
Hoosiers extended the Wolverines
to three sets in each but finally
fell to give Michigan the dual meet
(Al) def. Erenburg, 6-4, 6-0; Dixon
(M) del. Cleveland, 6-8, 6-4, 6-4.
Iledrick-Steart (aM ) def. Power-
Nolan. 6-2, 6-4; Teeguarden- Swift
(1) def, Baer-Scott, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4;
Waits-Dixon (M) def, Erenburg-Col-
"son, 9-7, 2-6, 7-5.
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AB R H
Gilhooley ss 4 1 2
Sizemore c 4 1 1
Spicer 3b 4 1 2
Tanona If 4 0 2
Simonds lb 3 0 2
Bara rf 4 0 1
Fisher cf 2 1 0
Wakabayashi 2b 2 2 1
Zepp p 0 0 0
Guidi p 1 0 0
Reed p 0 1 0
Totals 28 7 11
PURDUE 000 200 0-2
MICHIGAN 210 004 x-7
E-Ganser 2, Brady, Gilhooley.
RBI-Esterline, Smith, Gilhooley 2,
Sizemore 2, Spicer 2, Simonds. LOB
-Purdue 8, Michigan 8. DP-Mich-
igan 2. 2B-Gilhooley 2, Spicer. 3B-
Sizemore. Sac.-Zepp, Reed.
IP H R-ER BB SO
Cung'ham (L, 3-5) 5 9 3-3 0 2
Wallace 1 3 4-4 3 0
Zepp 3% 7 2-2 0 4
Reed (W, 9-1) 2% 1 0-0 1 1
Cinnati 7, Atlanta 4
St. Louis at Chicago (cold)
San Francisco at Pittsburgh (snow)
Los Angeles at Philadelphia (rain)
Only games scheduled
San Francisco at Pittsburgh (n)
Los Angeles at Philadelphia (n)
Houston at New York (n)
St. Louis at Chicago
Cincinnati at Atlanta (2, t-n)
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