THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1966
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FINISHES THIRD IN BIG TEN:
Michigan Nine Wins Twoj
Fourth in Title Meet
LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
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3 .85 2.40 4.20
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Classified deadline, 2:30 daily.
Done by electrolysis. Information avail-
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HAVE TRIO, WILL SING. Band wanted
also. Call Sue at 761-7725 after 5 p.m.
FREE CALICO Kittens. 7 weeks. Call
NO 2-0833. F30
HI HANDSOME! Thank you for a very
nice weekend. Hope you enjoyed it
as much as I. F34
THREE GIRLS desire fourth roommate
for Fall. Modern, furnished apart-
ment on Walnut. Call 663-5475. F28
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Call Bob Greenberg, 662-8559. F14
LARGE APARTMENT NEEDS one or
two more girls. Close to campus.
Very cheap. 665-6329. F9
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A great opportunity for aggressive
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COLLEGE STUDENTS-Part time eve-
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fall. Call 665-8181. L
2 NURSES want 3rd female roommate
Phone 665-5022 after 4 p.m. F44
USED PGA CLUBS, 1-wedge, 1, 3, 4
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FOR SALE-1964 Volskwagen. Spotless.
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BIKES AND SCOOTERS
19655 HONDA CS-90, less than 800 miles,
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Reasonable price. Z40
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WE TRY HARDER. We have to. We're
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There must be a reason for it. HONDA
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1965 YAMAHA - Brand new, never
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Three key Wolverine blasts overt
the fences in Yost Field provided
the scoring punch and Geoff Zahn
and Jim Lyijynen supplied the
pitching to sweep a doubleheader
from Michigan State and end the
season on a high note Saturday,
The two wins weren't enough to
move the team higher than third
in the conference standings, how-
ever, as Ohio State's doubleheader
with Iowa was rained out and
Minnesota swept its twin bill from
The Buckeyes only played six of
their scheduled 15 games but won
them all to take the title. The
Gophers were 11-2-1 and Michi-
gan was 10-3 for the season.
Three homers-one by little Mel
Wakabayashi in the first game,
and one each by Chan Simonds
and Dick Schryer in the second-
brought in all the Michigan runs
in the two games except one.
In the second game which Mich-
igan won 5-3, the Wolverines only
managed to pick up five hits to 11
for the Spartans, but four of the
Michigan safeties came in the fifth
inning to provide the winning
The two teams were tied in the
second half of the inning with two
outs when Captain Bob Gilhooley
lined a single into left field which
was followed by another one-base
hit by Ted Sizemore.
Center fielder Schryer then step-
ped 'up to the plate and slammed
a belt-high pitch a good 30 feet
over the left-field fence to give
the Wolverines a lead they neve:
The first two Michigan runs o
the game came in the fourth in-
ning when Les Tanona reached
first on a fielder's choice and wat
brought home my Simonds' home
run blast to right.
In the Wolverines' 2-1 victory
in the first game 147-pound Mich-
igan hockey captain Wakabayashi
handed Spartan Dick Kenney hir
first loss of the season when he
belted a low liner over the center
field fence with one out in the
bottom of the ninth.
Michigan had come from be-
hind to tie the score in the sev-
enth on another score by Waka-
bayashi. He beat out an infield
single and came home on a triple
Homers Stop Spartans Twice
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Also other modern furnished 1, 2 and
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locations, immediate and fal,.
AB R II
Maedo 2b 3 1 0
Polisar ss 3 0 0
Frye of 4 0 2
Speer If 3 0 0
Binkowski lb 4 0 0
Biedenbach 3b 4 0 0
Juday rf 3 0 0
Kilbourn c 3 0 0
Kenney p 3 0 1
Totals 30 1 3
Gilhooley ss 3 0 1
Sizemore c 3 0 2
Schryer cf 3 0 1
Tanona if 4 0 0
Bara rf 4 0 0
Simonds lb 3 0 0.
Spicer 3b 4 0 0
Wakabayashi 21 3 2 2
Zahn p 1 0 0
Totals 28 Z 6
MICH. ST:ATE 000 001 000-1
MICHIGAN 000 000 101-2
E-Polisar, Speer, Kilbourn, Wa-
kabayashi, Zahn. LOB - Michigan
9, Michigan State 6. RBI - Frye,
Sizemore, Wakabayashi. 2B-Frye. 3B
-Sizemore. IR-Wakabayashi. DP-
Speer, Biedenbach, Binkowski. PO-A
-Michigan State 25-10, Michigan
27-8. SB-Maedo. S-Juday, Polisar,
I1' 11 R-ER B SO
Kennev L, 5-1) 8'; 6 2-2 5 4
Zahn ((, 3-1) ) 3 1-1 1 5
1115)-;;peer (by Zahin).
Totals 27 3 11
a-Grounded out Blight in 6th.
b-Ran for Waiters in 7th.
AB R 11
Gilhooley ss 3 1 1
Sizemore c 3 1 1
Schryer cf 2 1 1
Tanona If 3 1 1
Bara rf 2 0 0
Simonds lb 2 1 1
Spicer 3b 1 0 0,
Wakabayashi 2b 3 0 0
Lyijynen p 2 0 0
Reed p 0 0 0
a-Fisher 0 0 0
Totals 21 5 5
a--iayed left eld for Tanona in 7th.
MICiI. STATE 110 000 1-3
MICHIGAN 000 230 x-5
E-Walters, Schryer, Wakabayashi
2. DP - Lyijynen. Gil-hoole, Si-
monds; Wakabavashi.G ilhooley, Si-
inondsa Binkowski, Walker. LOB -
Mlichigan State 10, Michigan 3. P0-A
-Mchigan State 18-6, Michigan 21-
12, RBI-Walker, Frye, Simonds 2,
Schryer 3. 2B--Frye 2. HR-Schryer,
Simionds. S-Spicer, Biedenbach. SF
IP H R-ER BB SO
Blight (L, 2-3) 5 5 5-5 3 4
Goodrich 1 0 0-0i 1 0
Lyijiynen (W, 2-2) s ;z 10 3-1 3 2
Reed T 1 0-0 0 1
IIBP-Biedenbach (by Lyijynen).
Get NCAA Bid
Michigan's golf team led by
third place finisher Bill Newton
finished second in the Big Ten
meet at Iowa City and received a
bid for the NCAA tournament in
The team had a 72-hole total of
1502 strokes, the scores of the top
five men in each round going to-
ward the team totals. Ohio State
won the tournament with a hot
1480, while defending champion
and favorite Purdue dropped to
seventh place with 1526 strokes.
Northwestern's John Seehausen
took medalist honors in the tour-
ney with rounds of 71-73-70-72-
286. Alex Antonio of Ohio State
placed second with a 291 and New-
ton was one stroke behind with a
Also finishing in the top 10 in
the field of 60 golfers was Wolver-
ine John Richart, who carded a
71-80-73-74 - 298, good for the
Third among the Michigan
golfers was John Schroeder, shoot-
ing a 75-77-78-74-304. Following
Schroeder were Jim Evashevski
and next year's captain Bob Bar-
clay, both with 307's, and Chip
Groves with a 309.
Both the Buckeye and Wolver-
ine teams were offered bids to'
play in the NCAA tournament at
Stanford on June 22-25. Coach
Bert Katzenmeyer accepted the
bid and will take the team to the
"Ohio State's depth and balance
were its strong points. Each man
on OSU's team had one very low
round. The gap between us open-
ed up in the third. Ohio State had
a very fine round while we did not
play as well as we could have, and
we could -not gain the difference
back in the last round," said
Katzenmeyer was also impress-
ed by the overall quality of all the
teams, describing the conference
as "the strongest overall. that I
have seen it in 20 years, with the
top six teams all averaging 76
strokes per round."
TEAM SCORES-Ohio State 1480,
MICHIGAN 1502, Wisconsin 1509,
Michigan State 1519, Minnesota 1519,
Indiana 1521, Purdue 1526, North-
western 1546, Illinois 1561, Iowa 1569.
By BUD WILKINSON
Special To The Daily1
ine thinclads took three firsts, a
second and a third in the field
events, but it wasn't enough to
counterbalance their weak show-
ing in the running events as
Michigan placed fourth in the
conference track championships
The tourney was won by Michi-
gan State with 521/2 points follow-
ed by Iowa with 43, surprising
Minnesota with 33, and Michigan
State was leading Iowa by 5 /2
points going into the final event
-the mile relay-and needed to
at least place to win.
State had not had a mark bet-
ter than 3:16 in the relay and
five teams had done better-led
by Iowa with a 3:09.8-and the
Spartans also had failed to place
a runner in the 440.
However, when it counted,
State's Mike Martens, Rick Dunn,
Daswell Campbell, and John Spain
put together four personal bests
to win the relay in 3:10.9, leaving
Iowa in third and wrapping up the
meet for the Spartans.
Michigan finished fifth in the
Jack Harvey set a Big Ten
record of 57' 2" in the shot and
Steve Leuctman threw the shot
54' 1" to place third in the event.
In- the high jump sophomore
Rick Hunt cleared 6' 6%/4" to take
the title. He attempted to break
the conference record with a jump
W L Pet. GB
Cleveland 22 9 .710 -
Detroit 20 12 .625 2/%
Baltimore 19 14 .576 4
Minnesota 16 15 .516 6
California 18 17 .514 6
Chicago 15 17 .469 711
New York 15 19 .441 8/
Washington 15 20 .429 9
Boston 13 21 .382 91
Kansas City 12 21 .364 11
Kansas City 5, Washington 3 (12 inn)C
Only game scheduled
Baltimore at Chicago (n)
California at New York (n)
Kansas City at Washington (n)
Minnesota at Boston (n)
Cleveland at Detroit (2, t-n)
W L Pct. GB
San Francisco 25 13 .658 -
Houston 21 16 .568 3%
Los Angeles 21 17 .553 4
Philadelphia 18 15 .545 4'2H
Pittsburgh 18 16 .529 5
Cincinnati 16 17 .485 614
Atlanta 19 21 .475 7
New York 13 16 .448 7
St. Louis 14 19 .424 81,
Chicago 9 24 .273 131
Atlanta 6, Cincinnati 41
Philadelphia 9, Houston 0
Los Angeles 3, Pittsburgh 2
Only games scheduled
Pittsourgh at San Francisco (n) !
Philadelphia at Los Angeles (n)
New York at Houston (n)
Atlanta at Cincinnati (n)
Chicago at St. Louis (n)
of 6' 9" but missed in three at-
Placing second for the Wolver-
ines in the pole vault was Cap-
tain George Canamre. He and
Iowa's Bill Burnette both went
over the bar at 15' 4" but Burnette
was awarded the title because of
Other point scorers for Mlichi-
gan were Bob Gerometta with a
:48.1 second place in the 440-yard
run-4 behind Wisconsin's Steve
Whipple, and Cecil Norde and Jim
Mercer who finished third and
fourth, respectively in the 880.
The 880 was won by John Spain,
a sophomore from MSU, in a time
of 1:48, more than two seconds
under the old record.
Two Hurdle Records
Besides records set in the shot
put and the 880 an automatic rec-
ord of :50.7 was set by MSU's
Bob Steele in the new 440-yard
intermediate hurdle event, and
Bob White of Indiana set a record
of :13.9 in the semifinals of the
120-yard high hurdle event.
LONG JUMP-1. Atkinson (W); 2.
Bjorklund (Minn); 3. Garrett (MS);
4. McGilmer (Iowa); 5. Gibbs (Io-
DISCUS THROW-1. Donnelly (M);
2. Crites (W); 3. Herbert (MS); 4.
Miller (111); 5. Cavotta (OS). Dis-
660-YD.,RUN-1. Mondane (Iowa);
2. Martens (MS); 3. Brubacher (Io-
wa); 4. Poole (W); 5. Harris (N).
100-YD. DASH-1. Kohl (Iowa); 2.
Simonsen (Minn); 3. Bryant
(Minn); 4. Garrett (MS); 5. Weddle
MILE RUN-1. Boydston (N); 2.
Wieczorek (Iowa); 3. Weinert (W).;
4. Elwell (Minn); 5, Link (MS).
440-YD. RUN-1. Whipple (W); 2.
Gerometta (M); 3. Giliham (Minn);
4. Ferree (Iowa); 5. Soltvedt (Minn).
120-YD. HIGH HURDLES-1. Wash-
ington (MS); 2. White (Ind);. 3.
Steele (MS); 4. Randlph (Iowa);
5. Wolf (P). Time-:13.8 (not a
record because of favoring wind.
Record of :13.9 set by White in
SHOT PUT-1. Harvey (M); 2.
Lane (Minn); 3. Leuchtman (M);
4. Stone (Ill); 5. Bliss (W). Distance
-57'2s/" (new Big Ten record).
880-YD. RUN-1. Spain (MS); 2.
Hartman (Ill); 3. Norde (M); 4.
Mercer (M); 5. Griffith (Iowa), Time
-1:48.0 (new Big Ten record).
440-YD. INTERMEDIATE HUR-
DLES-1. Steele (MS); 2. Reimer
(Iowa); 3. Stalling (W); 4. Brown
(P); 5. Watson (111). Time -- :50.7
(automatic Big Ten record for new
220-YD. DASH-1. Kohl (Iowa); 2.
Washington (MS); 3. Garrett (MS);
4. Campbell (MS); 5. Weddle (Id)
Time-:20.6 (record disallowed be-
cause of favoring wind).
HIGH JUMP-1. Hunt (M); 2.
Stuart (Minn); 3. (tie) McKoy (MS)
and Norton (Ill); 5. Bowers (MS).
POLE VAULT-1. Burnette (Iowa);
2. Canamare (M); 3. Schmidt (W);
4. Clark (OS); 5. Hord (OS).Height
TWO-MILE RUN --1. Assenheimer
(N); 2. Boydston (N); 3. Weinert
(W); 4. Heinonen (Minn); 5. Shar-
key (MS). Time-9:07.9.
O NE-MILE RELAY - 1. Michigan
State (Martens, Dunn, Campbell,
Spain); 2. Minnesota; 3, Iowa; 4.
Wisconsin; 5. MICHIGAN. Time -
TEAM SCORES - Michigan State
52!.-, Iowa 43, Minnesota 33, MICH-
IGAN 32, Wisconsin 31, Northwest-
ern 15, Illinois 11%, Indiana 6, Ohio
State 4, Purdue 3.
Read and Use
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT Netmen Split
662-7787 days 761-4018 eves. & Sin.I
608 MONROE-Large apt. lor 2-3-4 and Ind1V1dull Z
5students. Avai:. for fall occupancy
Air-end., covere p arking Fine t e
sirable features of our bldg .u s
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-1 pair of girl's brown glasses in
vicinity of S. Univ. between Linden
and Church. Call 663-0053, after 5. A31
LOST-Bulova gold watch with gold
band. In a library during finals. Call,
Bud, 764-0562. A30
LOST-ONE LADY'S GOLD WATCH-
On Tues., 5-10, on campus (some-
where). Reward. Call 662-3225, Sue
LOST-Reward for information regard-
irg a brown female long hair stripped
cat lost May 5, in the Forest-Forest
Ct. area. She's needed desperately to
nurse her new born kittens. 663-4162.
LOST-2 boxes April 26 at S. Quad. Any
information call Ann, 764-4944. Re-
1962 TEMPEST, excellent cond., snow
tires. $600, which is $100 less than the
Blue Book price. Phone 662-5733, ask
for Benito. N44
1965 VW 1500S, 66 HP, sq. back sedan
(looks like reg. station wagon), going
to Europe. 668-6868. N43
'63 CORVETTE CONY. Gold with cream
top. Very clean. 665-6932. N42
FOR SALE--1965 Triumph Spit Fire,
green, 13,000 miles. Call Linda, 439-
'63 CORVAIR Monza, excellent condi-
tion. 662-1026 after 5. N41
COMET, 1963, Convert. V-8, power
steering, radio. 668-6286 after 5. N39
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
"White," and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Galt"
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing
Asst'd. Colors-$6.98 I
Still a iew atos. avail. or summer
418 E. WASHINGTON, ' Block from
Campus-Mod. 1 bdrm. beautifully
furn., air-cond., balcony. Suitable for
3 students. $180-Fall. NO 8-6906. CIO
ONE ROOM for single woman. Kitchen
facilities. Rent $50. NO 2-6987. C8j
FOR SALE -- BUFFET "A" Clarinet,
Excellent cond. New Double Case.
$250. 662-6496. X23
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE INC.
518 William (Maynard House)
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Music books and all accessories
BANJOS, GUITARS. AND BONGOS 1
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AA PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Michigan's netln. after wiil-
nig eight of nine semi-finals
matches to assure themselves of
the team title, lost four of eight
finals matches Saturday in their
bids for individual glory.
The Wolverines, directed by
Coach Bill Murphy who has now
won nine titles in the past 12
years still topped second-place
State by 25 points and walked
away with two singles and two
Ed Waits and Bill Dixon, both
top-seeded at their respective po-
sitions, won singles titles. Waits
knocked off Paul Bishop of Wis-
consin, 6-2, 6-4, in the number
four match; and Dixon downed
Illinois' Rick Wurtzel, 6-4, 6-3, in
Karl Hedrick and Jerry Stewart
combined to whip Rich Monan and
Mickey Szilagyi 9-7, 7-5; and sin-
gles winners' Dixon and Waits
teamed up to top Steve Levenson
Iand Jerry Johnson of Illinois,
3-6, 6-3, 6-2.
No. 1-Ilallinger (W) def. Hedrick
(M), 8-6, 6-4.
No. 2-Szilagyi (MS) def. Stewart
(Al1), 7-5, 3-6, 6-3.
No. 3 - Baer (Ind) def. Holden
(Ill), 4-6, 6-4, G-0.
No. 4-Waits (M) def. Bishop (W),
Wi- i, 6-4.
No. 5 - IDhooge (MS) def. Tee-
guarden (M), 6-2, 6-2.
No. 6--Dixon (M) def. Wurtzel
(111), 6-4, 6-3.
No. 1-Hedrick-Stewart (M) def.
Slmonan-Szilagyi (MS), 9-7, 7-5.
No. 2-Phillips-hooge (MS) def.
No. 3-Dixon-Waits (M) def. Lev-
enson-.Johnson (I11), 3-6, 6-3, 6-2.
TEAM SCORES - MICHIGAN 138,
Michigan State 113, Indiana 88%,
Illinois 85-, Wisconsin 72, North-
western 45, Minnesota 40, Ohio State
30%, Iowa 29', Purdue 12.
HI(G TEN STANDINGS
W L TI
Ohio State 6 0 0
Minnesota 11 2 1
MICHIGAN 10 3 0
Michigan State 8 5 0
indiana 6 5 0
Illinois 5 7 0
Wisconsin 6 9 0
Iowa 4 7 0
Purdue 2 9 1
Northwestern 2 13 0
MICHIGAN 2-5, Michigan State 1-3
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Illinois 7-6, Northwestern 3-4
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