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Bird Wins Broad Jump;
Distance Medley 'First
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Lefty Allows EightScattered Safeties;
Franklin Paces Hitters with 2 RBI's
Accordingly he stayed Just behind Georgetown's Bob Vinton until
the final 200 yards at which point he made his customary bid and
won by 15-yards, going away, in a total time of 9:56.8.
Villanova Holds Record
The record at the meet which was set by Villanova with the help
of greats Charlie Jenkins and Ron Delany is only one half-second
faster than this time.
Two sprint relay teams in Maize and Blue also set the gallery
buzzing with their performances. Dick Cephas, Bennie McRae, and
Tom Robinson joined with Jeff Engel and Len Cercone in the 440
and 880 events respectively. They recorded the fastest qualifying times
of the day in those events and set Michigan varsity records in both.
Not Noted As Contenders
Not even rated as contenders in the pre-meet selections, they
bettered favored San Jose State's times by a tenth of a second in
the shorter race and by three tenths in the longer one. Barring a
repeat of the injury which Robinson suffered here last year, their
performance yesterday leaves great hope for today's finals.
The other Michigan entry yesterday was McRae in the heats of
the 120-yd. high hurdles. He won his prelim in :14.6-two tenths of
a second slower than Maryland's William Johnston's top time.
May Not Run In Finals
Whether McRae will run in the final today will depend on how
the two Wolverine sprint teams fared last night in the draw for lanes
for their finals this afternoon. Coach Canham decided that, "If we
aren't lucky in this placing, we'll run Ben in the hurdles. But if we
draw a good lane, we're not taking any chances on hisnot being in
best possible shape."
In a very exhuberant mood, Canham estimated, "That time of
1:27.1 in the 880 relay is thought to be one of the fastest in the coun-
try this year."
Commenting on the distance medley race with an eye on this
afternoon's action he praised the team enthusiastically-particularly#
Martin and Leps. "Ergas could have run that last mile faster," he
estimated, "but I wanted him to save himself for those other races.-
He's got a lot more running to do this weekend and we don't want
him to be too tired.''
MichigLan To Host Open;
stars in distance medley
FIRST WIN-Bob Marcereau, junior lefthander, responded with
an eight-hit shutout of Iowa yesterday in his first Big Ten start
of the year. The stubby southpaw gave up only one walk en route
to his first Big Ten shutout. Until yesterday he had pitched only
15 innings and had no record.
Netmen Win Every Match;
Lead Ohio Wesley an7-U0
Special to The Daily
IOWA CITY-Michigan, behind,
the gritty eight hit pitching of
little Bob Marcereau, and the
timely hitting of Gene Struczew-
ski and Wil Franklin, racked up a
6-0 shutout victory over Iowa in
the opening game of a three-game
weekend road trip played in dark,
This afternoon the Wolverines
take on the defending Conference
champion, Minnesota, in a twin
bill with Coach Don Lund sending
his two unbeaten righthanders -
Denny McGinn and Al Koch-to
the hill to face the powerful Go-
Yesterday Minnesota made
Michigan State its 13th straight
victim as they pounded out 20 base
hits, including three home runs,
as theynclobbered thehSpartans,
Yields One Walk
Marcereau, who has been trou-
bled by control troubles earlier
this spring yielded only one walk
while fanning seven in route to his
first win of the year.
He even had ahand in the
Michigan scoring as he sacrificed
Joe Merullo to second after Merul-
lo had singled to open the inning.
Then after Ed Hood flied to cen-
ter, Struczewski collected the first
of his two hits, a line single to left
to chase home the first Wolverine
This proved to be enough for the
win, but Michigan picked up two
more in the fifth on Hood's single
and Struczewski's second clutch
hit, a double to the fence in left.
Merullo doubled to open the In-
ning and Marcereau fanned. Then
came the hits by Hood and Struc-
zewski, but the budding Wolverine
rally was snapped off by a brilliant
stab of Bill Roman's vicious liner
by Hawkeye second baseman Mike
Bougdanos, who caught Struczew-
ski off second for the double play.
Michigan picked up another
marker in the sixth on hits by
Brown and Franklin, and then
finished the scoring in the eighth
with two more tallies.
In that weird inning, Roman
singled leading off and stole second
base. After Brown filed deep to
left, Franklin again came through
with a run scoring single to right.
Then Franklin stole second base,
and when Iowa's third baseman
hurried hi$ throw to first base on
Marshall's bouncer, Franklin came
in with what proved to be Michi-
gan's final run.
Inning Not Over
However the inning was not over
as Marshall stole second for the
third Michigan theft of the key-
stone sack in the inning and Syr-
ing walked. But an infield ground-
er by Merullo forced Marshall at
third and Marcereau fanned to
end the threat.
Marcereau, although he gave up
eight hits including a triple and
three doubles, was only in trouble
once. That came in the seventh as
the Hawkeyes managed to get two
hits in an inning for the only time
in the game.
After an infield out Rudeen
slashed his second double of the
game and catcher Gerald Mauren
lined a single to center, but a fine
fielding play by Hood held Rudeen.
at third and Marcereau retired the
next two Iowa hitters on strikes to
end the threat and preserve his
MICHIGAN AB R H E RBI
Hood,cof......... 5 1 1 0 1
Struczewski, ss .. 5 0 2 0 2
Roman, 1b........ 5 1 1 0 0
Brown, if........ 5 1 1 0 0
Franklin, 11 ...., 4 1 3 0 2
Marshall, 2b. 4 0 0 8 0
Kucher, 2b ...... 0 0 0 0 0
Syring, c ......... 3 0 1 1 0
Merullo, 3b....... 4 2 2 1 0
Marcereau, p ....3 0 0 0 0
TOTALS .......38 6 11 2 5
IOWA AB) R H E RBI
Mauren, a ........ 5 0 1 0 0
Peden, 3b........5 0 2 3 0
Lewis, rf ......... 4 0 0 1 0
Klinger, of....... 3 0 0 0 0
Kennedy, 1b ..... 4 0 2 1 0
Bougdanos, 2b ... 4 0 1 0 0
Iilff, ss...........3 0 1 0 0
Landbehn, If. 4 0 0 0 0
Rudeen, p .....4 0 2 0 0
TOTALS .......36 0 8 50
MICHIGAN 001 021 020 - 6 11 2
Iowa..000 000 000-- 0 8 5
2b -- Struezewski, Brown, Merullo,
Kennedy, Rudeen, (2); 3b - Peden;
HP -- Klinger; SB -- Hood, Struc-
zewski, Roman, Franklin, Marshall,
(2). LOB -- Michigan 6, Iowa 11.
IP H R-ER SO BB
Marcereau (W) .....9 9 0-0 7 1
Rudeen (L)....... .9 11 6-5 6. 1
The whitewash job was the sec-
ond turned in by the supposedly
weak Michigan mound corps. The
first came as McGinn, Koch and
Jack Mogk combined to handcuff
Wayne State, 16-0.
DES MOINES AM-Houston's Al
Lawrence, alreadly qualified as an
Australian Olympic contender, ran
away wtih the two-mile. title yes-
terday as the 51st Drake Relays
opened in a dreary, damp setting.
Lawrence, 28-year-old sopha-
more, strode to a 130-yard victory
in the first major -event of th-
two - day Drake show which
reaches aclimax today with a
special AAU shotput showdown
between Parry O'Brien, Bill Nie-
der and Dave Davis.
Lawrence, last fall's NCAA and
National AAU cross country cham-
pion, jogged the two-mile distance
today in a modest 8:57.4, well be-
hind the Drake mark of 8:51.3.
.,Kansas won a thrilling victory
over defending champion Illinois
in the University sprint medley
relay. On the 880-yard anchor
lap, Kansas' Bob Tague overtook
Illinois' George Kerr, 1959 NCAA
half-mile champion, 30 yards from
the finish and won by a stride.
Kansas' quartet of Cliff Cush-
man, running the 440, Paul Wil-
liams and Charlie Tidwell, each
running a 220, and Tague, was
clocked in 3:22.14
Kerr, who last year led Illinois
to a Drake record of 3:17.8 in
this event, blew a 10-yard lead
over Tague entering the final 440
Special to The Daily
Golf Coach Bert Katzenmeye
will get a chance to evaluate hi
team depth and give his sopho-
mores needed experience today
when his Wolverines meet Detroil
in a 36-hole match at the Univer-
sity Golf Course beginning at 8:3
Michigan's first three men, Joe
Brissen, Dick Youngberg and Cap-
tain Larry Markman, will remair
on the sidelines as eight non-let-
terwinners will see action.
Sophomores Bill Newcombe and
Tom Ahearn and senior Larr3
White, who saw service in las
week's triple defeat at the hand
of Ohio State, Purdue and Indiana
will occupy the top three spots.
Rounding out the team will be
juniors John Everhardus and Pau
Weyand and sophomores Mike
Goode, Cliff Marks and Tom Wil-
Detroit last saw action on Sat-
urday when they were defeated by
Michigan State, 162-4Y1.
White SOX T
Cards' 10 in 8
The Chicago White Sox tripped
the Detroit Tigers to their fourth
straight defeat, 3-1, behind the
four-hit, shutout relief of Turk
The Baltimore Orioles won their
fifth in a row with a 2-1 decision
over the Yankees.
The last place Cleveland In-
dians-Just 11 games behind the
leaders-defeated the Kansas City
A's 5-4 in the only other game
scheduled in the AL.
In the National League, first
place Pittsburgh was rained out
at Cincinnati while the Milwaukee
Braves defeated Philadelphia 5-3
on Juan Pizarro's hitless, six-in-
ning relief job; and the St. Louis
Cardinals whipped Chicago's Cubs
16-6, scoring 10 runs in the eighth.
Los Angeles, scoring eight un-
earned runs in the fifth inning,
beat San Francisco 10-2:
The.Tigers, who won their first
five, counted in the fourth inning
against the White Sox when
starter Early Wynn walked four
men. Lown (1-0) then came in,
and after striking out Steve Bilko
with the bases loaded,. allowed
only four singles the rest of the
Roy Sievers drove in the first
two runs for the White Sox and
scored the third. An error, Minnie
Minoso's single and Sievers'
llla jor League
W L Pet. GB
Pittsburgh ....10 3 .769
San Francisco . 9 5 .643 1/
Milwaukee .... 7 5 .583 2
Los Angeles .. 8 6 .571 2
St. Louis ...... 6 6 .500 3
Philadelphia .. 5 9 .357 5%
Cincinnati ... 4 9 .308 6
Chicago........ 3 9 .250 6
it By OTTO PENZLER
Track teams from this area, in-
cluding athletes from Michigan
State, Western Michigan and
Wayne State will challenge Mich-
A igan this afternoon at Ferry Field
in the Michigan Open at 1 p.m.
Many freshmen from these
schools will compete, as well as
those varsity athletes who were
not selected to enter the important
Penn and Drake Relays.
DP t 1gel , 3-1,
th Shells Cubs
ground out scored one in the first
against loser Frank Lary (1-1)
and after Nellie Fox tripled in the
fifth, Sievers brought him home
with a clinching single.
A two-out single by ex-Yankee
Gene Woodling gave the Orioles
and Skinny Brown (1-0) the win-
ning run in the fourth against
loser Bill Short (1-1). The Birds,
scoring in the third on Mary
Breeding's single and three walks,
made it 2-0 when Woodling's hit
t followed a bunt single by Joe
Ginsberg and a walk.
Del Crandall batted in the first
two runs, one with his second
homer, theA singled and scored
the winner as the Braves battled
back with three in the sixth
against loser Jim Owens (1-2).
Starter Bob Buhl gave up the
Phils' four hits and their three
first-inning runs. Pizarro (1-1)
went to work in the third and
struck out nine before giving way
ot Warren Spahn when he hurt
his arm in the ninth.
Johnny Roseboro hit the first
grand slam home run of his major
league career in the big inning
after the Dodgers scored four runs
on three consecutive errors by the
Lefthander Johnny Podres
scored his 5th straight victory over
the Giants, stopping them on
eight hits. Sad Sam Jones, who
contributed a 2-run error to the
fifth inning disaster, was the loser.
Podres is 2-1 and Jones 2-2.
The St. Louis Cardinals errupt-
ed for a 10-run eighth inning-
biggest inning in the major
leagues this season-and blasted
the Chicago Cubs 16-6 despite a
pair of three-run homers by Ernie
Michigan will have juniors Ray
Locke and Terry Trevarthen en-
tered in the shot put. Locke, as a
senior in high school, broke the
national record with a toss of
62' 2". The 200-pound Trevar-
then has been the leading shot'
putter for Michigan this season.
No Pole Vaulter
Coach Don Canham has high
hopes for first - year man Steve
Overton in the pole vault. Michi-
gan has no pole vaulter this year,
which will be a great handicap
when they attempt to take the
outdoor track title from Big Ten
Champion Illinois. It is hoped
Overton will at least partially fill
the gap left by graduated stars
Eeles Langstrom and Mamon Gib-
The team of John Twomey,
Quint Sterling, Larry Beamer (or
Don Chalfant) and Jack Steffes
will probably compete in the 440-
yd. relay. As a possible alterna-
tive,' they may run in the longer,
more grueling one-mile relay.
The hop,step and jump, an un-
usual event, and not often in-
cluded in regular American com-
petition, today will feature Steffes,
along with freshmen Dick Thel-
well and Doug Niles. This same
trio will also vie for honors in the
Niles will also be entered in the
100 and 200-yard dashes. He and
teammate Ken Nicholson will pro-
vide tough competition in these
events. Quint Sterling will repre-
sent the varsity.
Cephaus, McRae Absent
The 220-yd. low hurdles will in-
clude Ron Trowbridge and Chal-
fant along with freshman Chuck
Peltz. This event is usually domi-
nated by Bennie McRae and Dick
Cephas, but today they are in
Philadelphia representing Michi-
gan in the Penn Relays.
Bill Hammerstein carries Michi-
gan's hopes in the 880-yd. run.
Hammerstein set a new Michigan
freshman record in the 800 meters
last week at the Ohio Relays. He
ran his heat in the excellent time
of 1:54.8 which he is hoping to
COLUMBUS - Under menacing
skies, Michigan's tennis team
opened its season in convincing
style in a quadrangular meet with
Ohio State, Ohio Wesleyan, and
Indiana yesterday at Columbus.
The Wolverines had swept all
six singles matches and one
doubles match from Ohio Wes-
leyan before the proceedings were,
halted by rain. At that time, the'
other two Michigan doubles teams
were leading and tied, respective-
This is especially encouraging
since Ohio Wesleyan has beaten
Big Ten rival Ohio State 7-2
earlier in the season. Even more
encouraging was the work of
sophomores Jim Tenney and Ken
Mike who won each of their
singles matches for a combined
total of 20-4.
Matches were scored in the
manner of professional sets in
which 10 games are required to
win instead of the usual six. The
winner must win by at least two
Gerry Dubie, a junior, defeated
Bill Poist of Wesleyan 10-6 in
number one singles.
Senior Frank Fulton, a three
year veteran, defeated Dick Gor-
din at number two singles,'s10-7.
Captain John Wiley crushed
Don Pierce of Wesleyan 10-1 at
the number three singles spots.
Win In Doubles
Wiley and Fulton, last years
Big Ten number 'three doubles
champions, combined their tal-
ents to take the measure of Don
Jones and Warrell Lauer in num-
ber two doubles by the score of
Sophomore Jim Tenney wallop-
ed Jones 10-1 in number four
singles in his initial varsity ap-
pearance. Tenney is from Toledo.
The other starting sophomore,
Ken Mike of Detroit, won the
number five singles defeating
Junior Bruce MacDonald com-
pleted the clean sweep of the
singles matches as he took Steve
Falk of Wesleyan, 10-4.
Michigan players thus won 60
of 79 sets of singles played.
Rain Halts Matches
In first doubles, Dubie and
Mike were tied at 6-all with Poist!
and Gordin of Wesleyan when
the match was chased by rain. At
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number three doubles, Tenney
and MacDonald were leading
Pierce and Don Peck 5-1.
The squad will attempt to com-
plete the tourney today by fin-
ishing the two doubles matches
with Ohio Wesleyan and then
playing Ohio State and Indiana.
Next week the Wolverines face
two tough opponents as they
tangle with Western Michigan on
Thursday and perennial Big Ten
power Illinois on Friday. Both of
these matches will be played at
Head Coach Bump Elliott will
send his team out for its third
game-type football scrimmage this
afternoon in Michigan Stadium at
The 20 day spring practice will
come to its conclusion next Satur-
day with the annual spring Inter-
Elliott will use this afternoon's
session to continue work on per-
fection of offense.
For the first time this spring
the squad will be divided equally
according to ability in an attempt
to more closely simulate game
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