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Wolverine Track Team in Texas Meet;
To Face Texas, Abilene, and Ohio State

Murphy Names Six-Man Traveling Squad
To Meet Yale, Miami in Tennis Openers
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Big Ten Track Champion Mich-
igan will take 18 of the tracksters
who brought it the conference
title early this month as they go
in quest of another gem-a quad-
rangular victory over Ohio State,
Texas, and Abilene Christian-
when the four cinder powers clash
at Abilene, Texas, Saturday.
The Wolverines are launching
their 1960 outdoor season in a

prelude to the Texas Relays, one
week later. Victory in their first
outdoor endeavor of the season
will mean topping the Southwest
Conference Champs since '54,
Texas, and the independent power
of the Southwest, Abilene.
Tough Foes
Coach Don Canham's stalwart
performers, Bennie McRae, John
Gregg, Dick Cephas and Tom
Robinson will face their sharpest
competition during the current
Michigan, rich with fleet hur-
dlers, may have to settle for sec-
ond when McRae and Cephas face
Abilene's top Olympic prospect,
Cal Cooley. Cooley, following in
the shadows of Abilene's oustand-
ing sprinters, Bobby Morrow and
Bill Woodhouse, was the nation's
number two low hurdler last sea-
son. During the '59 season Cooley
stopped the clock in the 220 lows
at :22.5 and in the highs at :14.0.
For the 220, Michigan's top per-
formance was a fine :22.8 from
Dick Cephas.
Texas has two other top hur-
dlers that could set back Michi-
gan's hopes of extending their
cinder success. Ray Cunningham
will be out to lower his '59 per-
sonal lows--:14.4 in the and :22.5
In the low barriers. Texas also
has Don Beard who has cleared
the high sticks in :14.5.
Great Sprinter
Tom Robinson and John Gregg
could not ask for better competi-
tion when they face Texas's tre-
mendous sprinter, Ralph Als-
paugh, who posted a brilliant
:20.5 in the 220 and a :09.6 in

the century. The Longhorns also
have Jim Richardson (:09.7 and
:21.5) entered in the meet.
Alibene, with its eye on the
nation's fastest mile relay team,
has the same quartet that posted
a 3:10.2 last spring. Anchorman
Earl Young led the group with a
:47.4 for the quarter.
Texas will also present a re-
spectable relay team composed
of the few remnants of the teams
that set a national record in the
mile and a world standard in the
440 Team
Wolverine mentor Canham listed
Cephas, McRae, Gregg and Len
Cercone to compose the 440 yard
relay squad. His top speedster,
Tom Robinson, is scheduled to
concentrate in the 100- and 220-
yard sprints.
An absence of field entrants in
the pole vault, discus, and the
javelin may offset any advantage
the Wolverines could grab in the
cinder events.
Ohio State, Big Ten Conference
foe, doesn't appear to have
enough overall strength to slow
Michigan's victory rush.
Also making the trip to Texas
will be Bryan Gibson (440 and
mile relay), John Twomey (440),
Ron Trowbridge (hurdles), Tony
Seth (880 and mile relay), Earl
"Buzz" Deardorff (880), Ergas
Leps (mile run), Dave Martin
(mile run), and Dick Schwartz
(two-mile run).
Field entrants are: Steve Wil-
liams, high Jump; Les Bird and
Jackson Steffes, broad jump; and
Ray Locke and Terry Trevarthen,
shot put.

INDOOR SEASON IS OVER-Tony Seth will be competing out-
of-doors this week as the Wolverine trackmen travel to Texas for
competition. Seth is shown here taking a first place in this winter's
Michigan Open at Yost Field House.
Tigers Top Phillies, 94;
Killebrew Leads INat Wrin

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By The Associated Press
CLEARWATER - The Detroit
Tigers romped to a 9-4 victory over
Philadelphia yesterday, the Phil-
lies' sixth consecutive exhibition
game loss.
The Tigers tagged starter Chris
Short with the defeat, rapping him
for five runs on four hits, four
walks and a hit batter. They got
three more runs on three hits and
four walks off Hank Mason and
added another run off southpaw
Taylor Phillips who walked three
men in the one inning he worked.
When Bob Malkmus crossed the
plate in the seventh inning it was
the first time the Phillies had
scored in 21 innings. They booted
the ball five times and left 16 men
on base - at least one man in
each of the first eight innings.
Don Mossi started for the Tigers
and got credit for the victory. The
Phillies scored all their runs off
rookie Bob Bruce.
* * *
Washington 9, Los Angeles 7
ORLANDO -- The Washington
Senators, keyed by Harmon Kille-
brew's three-run homer, jumped
on Fred Kipp for five runs in the
seventh inning yesterday for a
Exhibition Baseball
Detroit 9, Philadelphia 4
St. Louis 10, New York 3
Washington 9, Los Angeles 7
Boston 3, San Francisco 0
Milwaukee 9, Chicago (A) 7
Chicago (N) 8, Cleveland 6
Pittsburgh 3, Baltimore 2 (10 in-
Philadelphia at Detroit (Lakeland)
Los Angeles at Baltimore (Miami)
Chicago (N) at Boston (Scottsdale)
Cleveland at San Francisco (Phoe-
New York at Milwaukee (Braden-
Pittsburgh at Washington (Orlando)
Cincinnati at St. Louis (St. Peters-

come-from behind 9-7 victory over
the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Killebrew's blow, his first of the
spring training season, was a 350-
foot shot over the left field wil
that knotted the score at 7-7.
After Roy Sievers flied to center
for the second out of the inning,
Lemon coaxed a walk off the young
Allision followed with a single
that sent Lemon to third. Ken
Aspromonte, batting for catcher
Hal Naragon, lined a single which
scored Lemon with what proved
to be the winning run.
* * *
St. Louis 10, New York 3
ST. PETERSBURG - Shortstop
Daryl Spencer hit three homers
today to lead the St. Louis Cardi-
nals to a 10-3 slaughter of the
New York Yankees. Spencer walk-
ed in his other two at bats and
scored five times. He also batted
in five runs.
The Card shortstop stole the
play from Mickey Mantle's first
appearance of the spring.
The Yankee slugger played the
full nine innings in his debut with
no ill-effect on his right knee. He
drew a walk, struck out twice, flied
out and was thrown out on a
grounder. Mantle ran hard both
on the bases and in the field.

"Yale and Miami are usually
very strong and we don't antici-
pate them to be any different thisr
This was the way Michigan ten-
nis coach Bill Murphy appraised
his team's chances yesterday af-
ter naming six players, including
three sophomores, to make the
spring vacation trip to Coral,
Gables Fla., opening the 1960 ten-
nis season.
Named to the traveling squad
were sophomores Jim Tenney,
Kenny Mike, and Tom Black; jun-
iors Gerry Dubie and Bruce Mac-
Donald, and Senior John Wiley.
The defending Big Ten cham-
pions leave by plane tomorrow
night and will meet the Bulldogs
next Wednesday and the Hurri-
canes Friday and Saturday, be-
fore returning to Ann Arbor Sat-
urday night.
On Wednesday the Wolverines
will run into one of the nation's
best college tennis players in the
person of Yale's Donald Dell, who
was last year's runner-up in the
NCAA singles. The dubious hon-
or of- meeting Dell will probably
fall to Dubie who, as a sophomore,
won the Big Ten's number two
singles title last year.
The trip will provide Murphy
with his first look at the Wolver-
ines out-of-doors. The team has
been practicing in the I-M build-
ing in preparation for the trip.
Of particular interest to Murphy
will be his three sophomores, Ten-
ney, Mike, and Beach, who will be
facing college competition for the
Match Won
By MacKay
CARACAS (9) - Barry MacKay,
former Michigan netman, blasted
aside Mario Llamas of Mexico yes-
terday 6-1, 6-3, and gained the
quarter-finals of the Caracas In-
ternational Tennis Tournament.
One upset marked third round
play in the Men's Division. Neale
Fraser, the United States cham-
pion from Australia and rated the
No. 1 amateur in the world, fell
before Britain's Mike Davies 2-6,
6-4, 10-8.
After dropping the first set in a
battle of left - handers, Davies
steadied his game and scored
mainly on Fraser's errors. A serv-
ice break in the 17th game of the
third set gave the Englishman the

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will have to come through if the
Wolverines are to repeat as Big
Ten champions. They are replac-
ing three players who, last year
won the number one, three, and
four singles crown in the confer-
After the southern swing, Mur-
phy will have a much better idea
of how his team stacks up before
they enter conference play at Co-

jlilus, vno, Anpr~ ana j~
as part of a quadrangular meet
with Ohio St., Indiana and Pur-
due. Their first conference dual
meet will be against Illinois May
6th. Of course, the conference dual
meets will Just be a prelude to
the Big Ten Conference tourney,
this year to be held at Northwest-
ern on May 19-20-21. This is
where the conference champion
will be crowned.





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