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THE MICHIGAN ]DAILY

SATURDAY, APRIL 230: 1960

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olverines Whp Illini
-5, in BigTen Opener

(Continued from Page 1)
r Hood, Gene Struczewski, Dave
rown and Joe Murello and an
Tor by right fielder Russ Martin
ave the Wolverines a command-
ig 8-3 lead, and for all practical
irposes, the victory.
The Illini, however, failed to
ve up and scared the hosts in
ie final inning when the fatigued
och lost his control.
After striking out Kolb to start

the frame Koch walked Bill Bonk.
Then after getting behind the
next two batters, Ethan Blackaby
and pinch hitter Phil Catalano, he
was touched for a pair of singles
and a run.
He appeared to be out of the
Jam when he fanned pinch hitter
Dave Grey, but he then walked
Martin and issued a single to
Tony Eichelberger. With the bases
loaded and the score at 8-5 Michi-

gan Coach Don Lund lifted Koch
and brought in McGinn.
McGinn -came in to face John
Jurasevich, the Illini's leading run
producer, and after running the
count to 3-2 the Illinois outfielder
Foul!
Foul line drives are a const-
ant hazard to parked cars at
Ferry Field baseball games.
During yesterday's Michigan-
Illinois game, Wolverine right
fielder Wil Franklin slashed a
line foul in the direction of
Yost Field House and a row of
parked cars.
The results a cracked wind-
shield. The car's owner: Mich-
igan Athletic Director H. 0.
'Fritz' Crisler.
After the incident one dis-
mayed Michigan fan was heard
saying, "Gee, I hope Franklin
doesn't lose his tender."
smashed a drive, which was snared
by the leaping Bob Kucher.
Three minor injuries were sus-
tained in the game, none of them
however were serious. Dick Syring
turned his ankle diving back to
first base in the second inning,
Illinois Eichelberger was knocked
out when he collided with Syring
at home plate in the third, and
Marshall strained a leg muscle
sliding in the fifth.
Michigan is now batting .321 as
a team and Dave Brown is the
leading individual hitter with a
.418 mark. Brown did, however,
lose his RBI lead to Marshall, who

-Daily-Jerome Starr
FALLEN WOLVERINE-Michigan catcher Dick Syring lies on the
ground after injuring his ankle in yesterday's Michigan-Illinois
game. Syring, after medication administered by trainer Jim Hunt,
was able to finish the game. Michigan Coach Don Lund, Illinois
first baseman Bud Filichio and Michigan reserve Terry Zeigler
look on.
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went into a 17-16 lead.
Good Start
ILLINOIS . AB R
Madix, Cf ........... 2 0
Martin, cf.......... 1 0
Eichelberger, ss..... 5 1
Jurasevich, If....... 3 1
Fil'chio, lb..........4 1
Kolb, 3b ............ 4 0
Bonk, 2b ............ 3 1
Blackaby, cf.........4 1
Rynies, C............. 3 0
Catalano, ph......... 1 0
Gellinegr, p.......... 2 0
Skikas, p "............ 0
Crotser, ph ........0 0
Colangelo, p......... 0 0
Grey, ph.........-.1 0
TOTALS ........33 51
MICHIGAN AB R
Hood, cf............. 5 2
Struczewski, sa ...... 5 1
Roman, lb...........4 1
Brown, if............ 5 1
Franklin, rf..........3 1
Marshall, 2b........ 3 1
Kucher, 2b .......... 0 1
Syring, e .............4 0
Murello, 3b.......... 4 0
Fead, 3b ............ 0 0
Koch,p..............4 0
McGinn, p .. .... 0 0
TOTALS........... 37 8

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WORSHIP SERVICE-Sunday morning is devoted to developing
closer ties with individual patients. Above, a volunteer and a
patient stroll to the Sunday morning chapel service. Catholic,
Protestant and Jewish wings occupy the new religious center at
the hospital. Recreational therapy varies from dancing to playing
a game of dominoes (shown at right). By emphasizing the
individual, the volunteer project helps to make up for the staff
shortage.
'Friend s'Aid

MetlPatients

By JIM RAID
Team balance in a squad of
nearly all underclassmen will be
Michigan's main strength as they
compete in a talent laden quad-
rangular golf meet at Columbus
today.
Larry Markman, captain of the
Michigan team, and Tom Wilson,
a transfer last year from Val-
paraiso University, are the only
academic seniors of the six Wol-
verine golfers who will play
against the other three top Big
Ten school of last year - host
Ohio State, last year's champion
Purdue, and Indiana. Michigan
was runnerup to the Boilermakers
in 1959.
Joining Markman and Wilson
are juniors Joe Brisson and Dick
Youngberg, along with Bill New-
comb and Tom Ahern, two prom-
ising sophomores. Wilson, ineli-
gible last year, is a senior officially
but still has two years of eligi-
bility remaining.
The Michigan delegation will be
competing against such formidable
opponents as two-time Big Ten
titlist John Konsek of Burdue,
Jack Nicklaus, Walker Cupper and
U.S. amateur champ from Ohio
State, and Ron Royer of Indiana,
second in the Conference last year.
Against such individual strength
the Wolverines are counting on a
team effort to secure first place
in the meet.
The Boilermakers, Buckeyes, and
Hoosiers are not without team

strength, however. Konsek, two-
timet Purdue All-American, is
backed by Gene Francis and Bob
Black, seventh and ninth respec-
tively last season, and Jerry
Jackson, a soph, and semifinalist
in the '59 Indiana Amateur.
Nicklaus joins an already strong
Ohio State squad, which finished'
third last year. With his help, they
could very well top all in 1960.
Indiana, with its entire team
from last year returning, has a
powerful squad headed by the
Crawfordsville duo of Royer and
Jon Sommer.

Illinois.....000 300
MICHIGAN 000 223

002 5
180 8

2b - Marshall, Kolb. LOB - 1-7,
M-S, DP - Struzcewski, Marshall,
Roman, Bonk, Eichelberger, Filich-
10. Errors -- Kolb 2, Filichio, Eich-
eiberger, Martin. Passed Ball --
Syring. Stolen Bases - Roman, Ku-
cher. Sacrifices-Struczewski, Koch.
PITCHING SUMMARY
I II E-ER SO BB
Gellinger (2-2)......4; 6 4-2 3 2
Skikas .............2a 4 4-4 1 1
Colangelo ....1 0 0-0 1 0
Koch (4-0)........ 11 5-5 8 6
McGinn ....... ... 0 0-0 0 0

Ohio Relays Test Thiclads;
Olympic Events Scheduled-

This afternoon's Ohio Relays in
Columbus will see the first out-
door comnpetition for our track
team in this part of the country
this spring.
Several of the cindermen will
be running rather unusual dist-
ances--unusual, that is, in this
part of the world. Because this is
an Olympic year, meet officials
have scheduled several races for
metric distances and some obsta-
cle courses.
Don Truex will compete in the
3000 meter steeplechase as his
first outdoor race this season.

Quint Sterling is scheduled to
start in the 200 meter dash. A few
of the freshmen on the team will
try their luck in the open 400 and
800 motrt runs as unnatached
competitors.
The sprint medley team of
Marsh Dickerson, John Twomey,
Don Chalfant, and Tony Seth is
carrying many of the team's
hopes for a victory and its suc-
cess will depend quite a lot on
whether the somewhat inconsist-
ent Dickerson is ready to have a
winning year.

Recreational therapy and indi-
vidual relationships and patients
at the Ypsilanti State Hospital are
part of a volunteer service' pro-
gram sponsored by the American
Friends Service Committee.
Students from Eastern Michigan
University, Flint College and the
University participate in the week-
end long project at the hospital,
which is located eight miles south
of Ann Arbor. The volunteers live
at the hospital during the three
days.
In addition to work with the
patients, the program also includes
lectures by psychiatrists, social
workers and religious leaders affil-
iated with the institution. In-
formal group discussions enable
the students to evaluate the prob-
ilems of mental dsiease on an
individual basis.
Participants work with both
adult patients and those in their
early teens.

INSIGHTS-Students learn about the problems of mental disease
at first hand. A hospital psychiatrist (above right) discusses the
events which led up to a person's entrance for treatment. A
volunteer (below) feels the strain and fatigue of a new experience.
The project, headed by Kathryn Nylander, a graduate nurse,
runs on alternate weekends throughout the school year. Interested
students can contact the Friends Center for details.

ON THE WARD-By breaking the monotony of hospital routine,
the volunteer is able to make a substantial contribution to the
welfare of many patients. Here a student chats with a patient
in an adult ward day room.

3EMAIN IN FIRST:
Tigers Overcome White Sox, 6-5

By TOM WITECKI
Special to The Daily
D E T R O I T - Lou Berberet's
ases-loaded single with two out
a the ninth inning gave the De-
:oit Tigers a dramatic 6-5 open-
ag day victory over the Chicago
Thite Sox yesterday.
With a record opening day
rowd of 53,563 roaring its appro-
al, the surprising Bengals belted
ut three home runs to gain their
bird straight victory and sole

possession of first place in the
American League.
Rock's Debut Spectacular
The game also marked, Rocky
Colavito's debut in Detroit as a
Tiger, and it was a spectatcular
one. With the Tigers trailing 1-0
in the second inning and Al Ka-
line at first, Colavito came to bat
for the first time. After flexing
the bat in his own inimitable style
and watching two balls go by, the
Bronx spawned slugger lined a

400' home run into the lower deck
in left field.
The aftermath was deafening
as every nook and cranny in the
stadium (except the White Sox
dugout) exploded with applause.
Detroit has a new idol and "the
Rock" had a new home.
However, the defending Ameri-
can League champions rallied to
drive Tiger starter Jim Bunning
from the mound and to make the
score 5-2. Then the Detroit power
show continued.
Yost, Bilko Homer
First, Eddie Yost drove a 380'
homer into the stands with one
mate aboard, narrowing the Chi-
sox margin to 5-4. This sent
White Sox starter Dick Donovan
to the showers. Then another

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