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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THVRSD! &Y,'APRIL" 14, 1

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY THTJRSD~'AY. APRIL 14.

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Track Team Moves Outdoors,
Prepares for Spring Season

By DAVE ANDREWS

Michigan's championship indoor
track team moved outdoors here
in Ann Arbor this week for full
scale workouts, as the weather-
man finally came up with some
sunshine.
The Wolverines have been se-
verely hampered by rain and cold
weather since returning from
their spring trip to Texas. There
they won a quadrangular meet
from Abelene Christian, Texas,
and Ohio State, and ran in the
Texas Relays at Austin.
"We had a great trip to the
Sduth, but we haven't been able
to do much since they.," said
Wolverine track mentor Don Can-
ham. "However we have had two
good workouts this week."
Outdoors Tuesday
Tuesday was Michigan's first
day outdoors as a team, and yes-
terday in spite of the gusty wind
from the west the team was able
to hold another good practice.
However while the inclement
spring weather has hampered the
teams progress in general, it gave

Michigan's injured stars the rest
and time in the training room
they needed to get back into top-
flight condition.
"All of our boys, with the excep-
tion of Bryan Gibson, could run
in a meet tomorrow if they had
to," said Canham, which is en-
Team Needed
Earl Riskey, director of the
Intramural baseball program,
said yesterday that there is
room for one more team in the
all-campus baseball league. The
four team league will play prac-
tice games for two weeks and
then move into regularly sched-
uled play.
couraging news in the face of the
rash of injuries the Wolverines
have suffered over the past couple
of years.
Healthy Again
Gibson is still having trouble
with a leg injury, but the other
victims of the southern tour, Les

Bird, Tom Robinson, Bennie Mc-
Rae, and John Gregg are healthy
again.
Broad jumper Bird was limited
in his jumps at Austin, while
Robinson and Gregg were
scratched altogether because of
leg ailments. And McRae, who
did run in the Relays, wasn't at
his best because of a back injury.
With all of these men in good
condition again, and Gibson on
the way back, Michigan hopes for
the outdoor season, which con-
tinues with the Ohio State Relays
at Columbus on April 23, look
much brighter.
Following the Ohio Meet, the
thinclads will have their week-
ends full until the Conference
meet at East Lansing on May
20-21. The squad will split on the
weekend of April 29-30 and run
in the Penn Relays and in the
Michigan Open here.
They will take on Western
Michigan in a dual meet here on
the 7th of May.

Giants Whip
Cards, 6-1
By The Associated Press
SAN FRANCISCO - Youthful
left-hander Mike McCormick lost
his bid for a no-hitter when Stan
Musial singled in the eighth inning
yesterday, but he went -on to
pitch a three hitter as San Fran-
cisco won its second in a row from
St. Louis 6-1.
Musial was erased in a double-
play. The Cardinals collected a
run, though, when Leon Wagner
followed with his second home run
in as many days.
San Francisco blasted out three
runs in the second and two in the
third inning off starting south-
paw Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mi-
zell. The Giants pounded out 13
hits, including five doubles as well
as a home run by Willie Kirkland.
Kirkland connected in the third
after -Willie Mays got his second
of four straight hits.
The 21-year-old McCormick sat
down the first 17 batters to face
him. Then relief pitcher Ernie
Broglio reached first with two out
in the sixth on an error by second-
baseman Don Blasingame.
A crowd of 17,736 was present
for the contest.
They saw McCormick face Just
30 batters, strike out four and is-
sue no walks.
Chicago 4, Los Angeles 0
Exhibition Baseball
Boston 3, Chicago (A) 4
Washington 5. Cleveland 4

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MOVING OUTDOORS-Les Bird, Michigan's Big Ten champion
broad jumper, changes from indoor to outdoor shoes as the
Wolverine track team switches its activities from Yost Fieldhouse
to Ferry Field.

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A look at the Masters Golf Tour-
nament last weekend points up the
fact that many college golfers
achieve national prominence after
their campus days.
In numerous cases, the college
golfer has achieved a great deal
of success as an amateur. Some
have turned pro shortly after leav-
ing school, with a select few rising
to the top.
Arnold Palmer is a perfect ex-
ample.
His Masters victory last weekend
was his fourth tournament victory
in a row. This win added to his
lead as pro golf's top money win-
ner of the 1960 tour.
I-M Softball
FRATERNITIES
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2, Tau Delta
Phi. ..
Phi Delta Theta 22, Alpha Kappa
Lambda 0.
Phi Kappa Psi 14, Alpha Epsilon
Pi 11.
Theta Chi 17, Sigma Phi Epsilon
1S.
PI' Sigma Kappa 8, Theta Delta
Chi 1.
Delta Upsilon 11, Tau Epsilon Phi
6.
Chi Psi 7, Phi Epsilon Pi 3.
Theta X1 9, Lambda Chi Alpha 6.
Psi Upsilon 16, Tau Kappa Ep-
silon 9.
Pi Lambda Phi 6, Acacia S.
Alpha Epsilon P1 14, Alpha Delta
Phi 3.
INDEPENDENT
Hard Core 12, Crescents 7.
Drifters 10, ASCE 8.

Palmer was number one man
on his college team at Wake For-
est. After graduation, he won the
National Amateur in 1956, turn-
ing pro after the victory.
Palmer gained valuable experi-
ence in college where he played
against some of his present pro-
fessional opponents including Mike
Souchak of Duke and Jay Hebert
of Louisiana State.
Another current example is Joe
Campell of Purdue. He was Big
Ten champion in 1956 and 1957,
and professional Rookie of the
Year in 1959. He is possibly the
best golfer ever to come out of the
Big Ten although presently there
are two players-Jack Nicklaus of
Ohio State and Jon Kensok of
Purdue - who could lay claim to
that title in the future.
Third Straight
This spring Konsek will be gun-
ning for his third straight Big Ten
individual title. He won in 1959
when Nicklaus was busy playing
for the United States Walker Cup
team against England. Last week-
end, Nicklaus tied for low amateur
honors in the Masters with Billy
Joe Patton.
Another Masters contender this'

year was Chuck Kocsis, one of
several golf playing Kocsis broth-
ers. He won the Big Ten crown in
1934 and 1936 while playing for
Michigan.
Taking another look at the cur-
rent crop of college golfers, Deane
Beman of Maryland - winner of
last year's British Amateur-Joins
Nicklaus, Konsek and others at
the top of an impressive list. They
will be supplying the top amateurs
and pros of the future.
Who knows? One may become
another Arnold Palmer, who at the
age of 30 is the hottest golfer in
the professional ranks.

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