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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

T!TF~iAY. MAY 1'7, 1966

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Wolverine Nine

Topples Eastern, 11-9

BEAT STATE, WESTERN:
Golfers, Netmen Wmin Meets

It was a hitter's holiday yester-
day at Yost Field as the Michi-
gan baseball team downed next
door neighbor Eastern Michigan
11-9, after splitting a conference
doubleheader with Minnesota on
Saturday.
Included in the nine hits by
each team were three home runs.
Wolverine right fielder Al Bara
slammed a homer over the left-
field fence with Bob Gilhooley on
base to produce the first two of
Michigan's five first-inning runs.
In the fifth inning Wolverine
starting pitcher Nick Radakovic,
follewed suit by putting another
ball over the fence with catcher
Jim Berline on base. Radakovic
had a perfect day at the plate with
a single, walk and the home run.
Hot-Hitting iPtcher
Radakovic also led the team in
runs batted in, driving in two with
his first inning single and two
more with the homer.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

For Eastern, Lonnie Head hit
a solo round-tripper in the seventh
off relief pitcher Geoff Zahn.
Besides Michigan's five runs in
the first and two in the fifth, the
diamondmen scored once in the
second, twice in the sixth, and
once in the seventh.
The second-inning tally came
without a hit on two errors, a
stolen base and a sacrifice by
Chan Simonds.
In the sixth frame Les Tanona
scored Bara with a single to left
field and came home himself on
Keith Spicer's double.
Berline scored in the seventh on
miscues by the Hurons. He sin-
gled, took second on a wild pitch
and reached home on an error by
Eastern's third baseman.
Conference Split
In Saturday's Big Ten action the
Michigan nine split a doublehead-

er with Minnesota at Minneapolis
to drop to third place in the
standings.
The Wolverines took the second
game 1-0, on a two-hitter by jun-
ior pitcher Jim Lyijynen after los-
ing the opener 5-4, in 12 innings.
Michigan also managed to get
only two hits in the second game
but put them together in the
third inning to bring home the
lone run.
After Bara's single, Sygar was
safe on an error and both men
were mover up on Lyijynen's in-
field out.
Bara was picked off trying to
score on Bob Gilhooley's ground-
er but Ted Sizemore hit a line
single to center to drive in the
one run.

in the 12th on a walk, a sacrifice,
and shortstop Steve Schneider's
single to center.
The Wolverines had taken an
early 2-0 lead on Bara's walk, sin-
gles by Rick Sygar and Dick
Schryer and an error in the third
inning.

The Gophers put together two
runs in both the fifth and sixth
innings to take a 4-2 lead,
Michigan got one run back in
the sixth on an error, a passed
ball and a sacrifice fly, and
Schryer sent the game in to ex-
tra innings with his 380-foot home
run in the eighth.

The Wolverine golf and tennis
squads both downed intra-state
opponents yesterday in warm-ups
for the Big Ten championships
this weekend.
At East Lansing the golfers
handed Michigan State a 620-623
defeat while the tennis team was
whitewashing Western Michigan,
9-0, at Kalamazoo.
At the Michigan State golf
course where, according to Coach
Bert Katzenmeyer, "conditions
were anything but ideal with 20-
30 mile per hour winds and a lot
of casual water on the course,"

sophomore John Schroeder was
again low man for the Wolverines
as he carded a 38-36-74.
Tying Schroeder for medalist
honors in the meet were Michigan
State Captain Ken Benson and
his teammate Doug Campbell.
The second best round for Mich-
igan was shot by Captain Bill
Newton who wound up with a 36-
39-75 for the day.
Bob Barclay shot a 39-38-77,
John Richard carded a 39-39-78
and Chuck West scored a 41-37-
78.
The Wolverine scoring was

Extra Inning Loss.
Minnesota won the first

gameI

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Baltimore
Detroit
California
Chicago
Minnesota
Washington
New York
Kansas City
Boston

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Minnesota 2, Washington 1
Only game scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
California at Kansas City (n)
Chicago at Minnesota (n)
New York at Detroit (n)
Washington at Cleveland (n)
Boston at Baltimore (n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct.
San Francisco 22 9 .710
Houston 18 12 .600
Los Angeles 17 14 .548
Pittsburgh 15 13 .536
Philadelphia 13 13 .500
New York 1 12 .478
Atlanta 15 18 .455
Cincinnati 12 15 .444
St. Louis 12 15 .444
Chicago 6 20 .231

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Thinclads Stop
Ohio, Chicago
lin Triangular
The Michigan track team scored
97 points in romping over the
Chicago Track Club and Ohio
University Saturday at Ferry Field
but was forced to, share the spot-
light with the Ann Arbor Track
Club which was competing in ex-
hibition.
The highlight of the meet was
the mile relay in which the Ann
Arbor TC team anchored by Kent
Bernard ran the combined mile
in 3:12.2 to set a Ferry Field rec-
ord and edge Michigan.
Michigan freshman Gary Knick-
erbocker, also competing for the
track club, set a new Ferry Field
and personal mark of 6'71." in
the high jump.
Michigan swept all the field
events in the official results, withj
Jack Harvey winning the shot put,
George Canamare taking the pole.
vault. Bob Donnelly placing first
in the discus, and Rick Hunt and
Bob Densham winning the high
jump and long jump, respectively.
Michigan also had a two-event3
winner in hurdler Nelson Graham.
Graham won the 120-yard high
hurdles in :14.6 and came back
a few minutes later to take the
440-yard intermediates in :54.5.
The Chicago Track Club, which
placed second in the triangular
meet with 39 points, had two dou-
ble winners in former Big Ten
stars Al Carius and Trenton Jack-
son. Carius put on a strong fin-a
ishing kick to come from behindl
in both the mile and the two mile
runs.
Jackson, formerly of Michigan
State, topped the field in the
sprints, winning both the 100-
and 220-yard dashes.
John Tillman contributed 10
Points to the Ohio total of 35 by
winning both of the intermediate
distance events. the 660- and 880-
yard runs. His tmie was 1:18.5 in
the 660 set a new Ferry Field
record.

Gilhooley ss
Bara rf
Schryer cf
Tanona If
Simonds lb
Spicer 3b
Wakabayashi 2b
Berline c
Radakovic p
Zahn p

EASTERN MICHIGAN
AB R H
Henegar ss 4 0 0
Olech ph 0 0 0
Bowen 2b 2 1 1
Wright ph 1 0 1
Clay cf-p 4 1 1
Banwart ph 1 0 0
Rastigue c 3 0 0
Moulton rf 4 0 1
Head 3b 4 11
Schwalm if 2 1 0
Rose ph IlIlI
Patterson lb 3 2 1
Hinmian ph 1 0 0
Shafer p 0 0 0
Shough p 1 0 0
Sterling ph 1 1 0
Maynard ef 2 1 2
Giffin p 0 0 0
Casteel c 0 0 0
Totals 34 9 9
MICHIGAN

rounded out by Dave Graff and
Chip Groves, each with a 79, and
Dave Graff with an 80.
In tennis Michigan whitewashed
its third opponent in four days
by trouncing Western Michigan.
Western won only one set in the
nine matches.
Last weekend the netters ex-
tended their Big Ten win streak
by defeating both Ohio State and
Wisconsin by 9-0 scores. The Wol-
verines now have a commanding
lead in the conference standings
having won 70 matches and lost
only seven.
Ron Teeguarden, who did not
compete against Western Michi-
gan, has the best dual meet 'ec-
ord in the conference, having
dropped only one set in his eight
conference matches while alter-
nating between the number four
and five slots.
The one setback came in the
Wisconsin meet on Saturday in
which Teeguarden needed three
sets to down Pug Schroen, 3-6,
6-3, 7-5.
WESTERN MICHIGAN
SINGLES
Hedrick (M) def. Havrilenko, 6-1,
6-3; Stewart (M) def. Germain, 6-1,
6-2; Waits (M) def. Seifert, 9-7, 6-1;
Dixon (M) def. Sykes, 6-4, 6-3;
Burns (M) def. Essenburg, 6-1, 6-1;
Pritula (M) def. Ripelis, 4-6, 6-3, 9-7.
DOUBLES
Hedrick-Stewart (M) def. Havri-
lenko-Seifert, 6-0, 6-2; Waits-Dixon
(M) def. Germain-Hughes, 6-4, 6-3;
Burns-Pritula (M) de. Essenburg-
Sykes, 6-1, 6-4..

Totals 31 11 9
E. MICHIGAN 002 003 202- 9
MICHIGAN 510 022 100-11
E - Rastigue, Head, Patterson,
Shough, Clay, Radakovic. LOB -
Eastern 12, Michigan 7. 2B-Bowen,
Patterson, Wright, Spicer, Bara. HR
-Bara, Radakovic, Head. RBI-Bow-
en 2, Wright, Moulton, Maynard,
Head 2, Bara 2, Tanona, Simonds,
Spicer, Berline, Radakovic 4.
PITCHING SUMMARY
IP H R-ER BB SO
Rtadakovic 5r';? 5-3 9 11
Radakovic jI 2 5-3 9 11
Zahn 3": 7 4-4 2 7
Shafer", 2 5-5 4 1
Shough 51:; 5 5-3 2 3
Clay 1 ? 1-1 0 1
Giffin 1 0 0-0 0 1
WP - Radakovic, Zahn, Shough,
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St. Louis at Philadelphia (n)
Atlanta at Pittsburgh (n)
Houston at Chicago
San Francisco at Los Angeles (n)

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