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Golf era

'p OSU, Purdue in Triangular Meet;
binson, McRae Take Two Firsts


Michigan State, Iowa Defeat 'AM' GolLrs;
MSU's Smith is Day's Medalist at 146


Special to The DailyW
AFAYETTE - Michigan took
it individual firsts and tied for
inth yesterday as.they defeated
o State and Purdue in a Tri-
ular track meet.
aced by Tom Robinson and
inie McRae, the Wolverines ac-
aulated more points than the
er two schools combined. Their
i of 89 points was far ahead
Ohio State (38) whose depth
bled th;em to salvage second as
y only had one first; and host
'due (34) who had three indi-
ual firsts but little else.
Track Record
obinson tied a track record as
won the 304-yd. dash in 9.6,
n. went on to win the 220-yd.
;h. McRae was second in the
, followed by Dick Cephas and
Engel in that order, as Michi-
i raced away with the first four
ces in that event. Bryan Gibson

took third and Engel fourth in the
220, as a sweep was prevented by
the highly touted Dave Mills of
Purdue, who managed a second in
that event.
McRae was high point man of
the day with 14 as he won both
the high and low hurdles, as well
as his second to Robinson in the
century run. Cephas was second to
the speedy sophomore in the lows.
The remarkable McRae is still un-
defeated in Big Ten competition
and is one of Coach Don Canham's
biggest hopes in the all-important
upcoming meet at East Lansing
this Saturday.'
Martin Wins
The mile was won by Michigan's
Dave Martin, who had teammates
Dick Beamer and Earl Deardoff
finish third and fourth respec-
A new Purdue varsity record

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was set in the 440-yd. run by Mills
as he ran the lap in :47.7. Mills
is favored to win the Big Ten title
in this event next week. Ergas
Leps and Len Cercone were third
and fourth respectively in the
Win Mile Relay
Michigan came back to win the
mile relay as the team of Cercone,
John Twomey, Gibson and Leps
combined to race the distance in
the excellent time of 3:16.7. Two-
mey did his quarter in :49.3, his
best time ever. Purdue was a beat-
en second as Ohio State finished
Despite these impressive per-
formances by Robinson, McRae
and Twomey, Coach Canham com-
mented, "We were not very sharp,
In an attempt to show that they
were sharp, Michigan swept all
three places in the broad jump,
led, of course, by ace Les Bird,
and followed by Twomey and Jack
Take High Jump
Cephas took first in the high
jump with a leap of 6'3". Ray
Locke and Terry Trevarthen were
first and third in the shot put,
respectively, to round out the
Michigan scoring.
"We were thinking ahead about
next week," said Canham. "I'm
glad we weren't running in the
Conference meet this week." Tony
Seth should return to action, how-
ever, and Leps should pick up more
points than he did this meet.
Discus--1. Schmellenberger (OSU.)
2. Mirki }(OSU), 3. Fields (OSU).
Distance: 159'1/".
Mile Run - 1. MARTIN (M), 2.
Eincks (Pur.), 3. BEAMER (M), 4.
DEARDORFF (M). Time: 4:25.
High Jump - 1. CEPHAS (M) and
Norse (OSU), (tiE, 3. Williams
(Pur.), 4. Sawick (Pur.). Height:
440-yd. run - 1. Mills (Pur.), 2. Fry
(OSU), 3. LEPS (M), 4. CERCONE
(M). Times :47.7. (New Purdue var-
sity record).
100-yd. dash - 1. ROBINSON (M),
2. McRAE (M), 3. CEPHAS (M), 4.
ENGLE (M). Time :09.6.
High Hurdles - 1. McRAE (M), 2.
Ackerman (Pur.), 3. Hoffman (Pur.),
4. Riley (OSU). Time: :14.8.
Shot Put - 1. LOCKE (M), 2. Mirka
(OSU), 3. TREVARTHEN (M), 4.
Schmellenberger (OSU). Distance:
51'2". I
Broad Jump - 1. BIRD (M), 2.
TWOMEY (M), 3. STEFFES (M), 4.
Williams (OSU). Distance: 23'94".
Pole Vault - 1. Johnson (Pur.), 2.
Bowers (OSU), 3. Campbell (OSU),
4. Zelke (OSU). Height: 141.
880-yd. run - 1. Rogers (OSU),
2. MONTOUR (M), 3. GEIST (M),
Time: 1:54.7.
220-yd. dash - 1 ROBINSON (M),
2. Mills (Pur.), 3. GIBSON (M), 4.
ENGEL (M). Times :21.6.
Low Hurdles - 1. McRAE (M), 2.
CEPHAS (M), 3. Hinson (OSU), 4.
Maloney (OSU).
Two Mile Run -- 1. Harvey (Pur.),
2. SCHWARTZ (M), 3. Massey (OSU)
4. WYMAN (M). Time: 9:21.
Mile Relay. 1. MICHIGAN (Cer-
cone, Twomey, Gibson, Leps), 2.
Purdue, 3. OSU. Time: 3:16.7.

special to The Daily
EAST LANSING - A rare ap-
pearance of the sun here yester-
day failed to bring out Michigan's
best golf as the Wolverines fell far
short of their potential in dropping
a triangular meet to Michigan
State and Iowa.
The host Spartans parlayed ex-
cellent golf into a 291/2-121/2
trouncing of the Wolverines in a
seven-man dual meet, while Iowa
took the other half from Michi-
gan, 23-13, in the usual six man
affair. Michigan State beat Iowa,.
Michigan played nine men all
told in the day's action, with four
of them alternating at the No. 6
and 7 spots. John Everhardus,
who played sixth in the morning
round, clinched a berth for next
week's Big Ten meet here by firing
a 73, low Michigan score of the
Ahern Fires 79
Tom Ahern, Everhardus's part-
ner, then came back with 79 in
the afternoon as the number six
slot had the low 36 hole total for
the Maize and Blue.
This showed Michigan's excel-
lent team balance, but the scores
were higher than Coach Bert Kat-
zenmeyer had hoped. He would
like to see the same balance shine

MEDALIST OF THE DAY-Michigan State's C. A. Smith hits a
shot on the way to a 146 total in yesterday's golf meet at East
Lansing which saw Michigan fall to the host Spartans and Iowa.
Smith was the top scorer of the day by two strokes over team-
mate Tim Baldwin.

through in next week's Big Ten
Meet, but with scores around 150
or. lower.
Three players chalked up scores
under that figure, with Michigan
State's C. A. Smith leading the
way at 71-75-146. Teammate Tim
Baldwin was next at 148, followed
by Iowa's Jack Rule with 149.
Rule is a former National Junior
Champion, and,in fact, beat Smith
two years ago the finals to win the
crown. He also is one of two Hous-
ton transfers who have strength-
ened Iowa, the other being Tom
James Has 150
There was one player at 150,
Iowa's Frank James, who finished
three under par on the last four
holes with a trio of birdies. James'
was in a tie with teammate Bob
Davis for the 36 hole lead in last
year's Conference Championships.
However, he slipped a little the
last day while Davis held on for a
second place deadlock.
Davis, like James, a junior, shot
82-78-160 yesterday, but gave
his opponents a laugh while doing
it. He is a 26 year old returning
serviceman and has a different
outlook on the game than most
college players. At times, he had
Smith, and Michigan's Captain
Larry Markman, in stitches. Mark-
man, fighting a bad cold, managed
to shoot a respectable 157 total.
Actually, counting all the rounds
played by Michigan linksmen dur-
ing the day, sophomore Mike
Goode was low with 75-78-153.
He shot his morning round as a
warmup to his competitive after-
noon engagement with State's Don
Cochran, who had a 76 to go with
an earlier 75.
Talk Heard
There was some talk heard here
that Cochran should be playing
in the first six, as for example,
highly publicized sophomore
"Buddy" Badger shot 81-77--158.
However, he did show a flash of
brilliance on the last nine when
he missed a short putt on the 18th
green for a 34. His playing part-
ners said he could just have easily
had a 31. Badger holds the Forest
Akers Course record here with a
On the other hand, Everhardus,
after his fine 73, played the after-
noon round *under rather unin-
spiring conditions, and shot a
meaningless 81.
He said that his afternoon score
probably would have been better
if he had been in a competitive
A few oddities occurred in. the
day's action. Michigan's Dick

Youngberg, who has been having
trouble all spring, reached the ulti-
mate when he took 25 putts (in-
cluding two 4-putts) on the front
nine in the morning, en route to a
45. Last year's 10th place Big Ten
finisher then came back with a 38.
He also had a modification of this
in the afternoon by shooting 42-
Joe Brisson, who reached his
peak last week in defeating Ohio
State's Jack Nicklaus, National
Amateur Champion, did almost
the same thing as Youngberg in
the afternoon with 44-36-80. Tom
Wilson came back after last week's
disastrous round with a 75 in the
afternoon, second lowest Wolverine
18 of the day.
Yesterday's meet proved ,to the
Wolverines that they will have to
sharpen up their games before
the start of the Conference here
on Friday. They will get a chance
to do so Tuesday against hot-
sliooting Iowa in a 36 hole dual
meet at Ann Arbor. Actually, tak-
ing the low five 36 hole scores
from yesterday, as they do in the
Big Ten Meet, Iowa only edged
Michigan by five strokes, 770-775.
Michigan State had 752.
Although the Course was a little
wet in spots, due to the recent
rains, Katzenmeyer called it, "a
beautiful 6ne." "The greens espe-
cially, and the fairways are in
great shape," he said. However,
the consensus of opinion was that
it would play easier next weekend
than the Michigan course did last
year in the 72-hole event.
Wolverines Brisson, Youngberg,
Markman, Wilson, Bill Newcomb
and Everhardus will find out just
how much easier starting Friday.
The same six will entertain Iowa
on Tuesday.
Bad Day
Pts. won From
MICHIGAN, 77-80-157 MSU Iowa

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The Ann Arbor Rugby and
Crickett Club dropped a tight 11-8
decision to the Kitchner, Ontario
Rugby team yesterday, but will
get a chance to get revenge this
afternoon at 1:30 at the Tappan
Junior High School field.
Michigan jumped into a quick
eight to nothing lead early in the
game on a try by Ron Reosti which
was converted by Robby Farr. Farr
then scored the final Michigan
points a few minutes on a penalty
Tie Score
However the Kitchners came
back to tie the score on a try by
Don Smythe which was converted
by Vance Jones. 'Jones then tied
the score with a penalty goal.
The 'Kitchners then won the
game when they were awarded a
penalty try and made it good.
Michigan's inexperianced team
put up a firm struggle the rest of
the game and nearly scored again
in the waning moments, but the
Sachs Wins
Pole Position
Associated Press sports Writer
Sachs fastest talker in auto racing,
announced he was going to drive
the first official 147-mile-an-hour
lap on the old Indianapolis Motor
Speedway yesterday-and then did
The Center Valey, Pa., tavern
owner, won the pole position for
the 44th 500-Mile Race May 30,
and an indicental $1,200, by break-
ing two records set only 90 minutes
earlier by Jim, Rathmann of Mi-
Sachs wheeled his new Dean
Special around the track for a 10-
mile qualifying average of 146.592
miles an hour and a best lap of
Sixteen cars qualified altogether
at a record average of 144.683 for
the first session, leaving 17 start-
ing spots to be filled in additional
trials today and next weekend.

game ended with the Ann Arbor
Club on the short end of the
This afternoon the game has
begn moved up to the 1:30 start-
ing time to enable the Michigan
footballers Harry Newman, Ken
Tureaud, and Mike Fillichio to
Could Win
And fromuthe clossness of yes-
terday's game with the added
strength of these three men, the
local ruggers could win their first
game of the year.

The relatively new club has had
little experience in the rugged
game, but has been taking on some
of the toughest competition in the
United States and from Canada.
Over the Christmas holidays,
the team made a trip to Californ-
ia, and although they were beaten
quite easily by UCLA and South-
ern California, the showing they
made was impressive enough to
warrant another trip to the coast
for next year.

Brisson, 77-80--157 ...... %,
Youngberg, 83-78--161 .. 1
Markman, 77-80-157 .... 0
Wilson, 82-75-157 .......2
Newcomb, 81-79--160 .... 1
Everhardus, 37-36-73 ... 3
Arehn, 39-40-79 ....... 1



White, 40-37-77 ...... 1
Goode, 38-40-78 .........0
Schmidt, 79-76-155; Baldwin, 75-
73-148; Smith, 71-75--146; Caplin,
74-78-152; Reynolds, 79-76--155;
Badger, 81-77-158; Cocharn, 75-76--
Rule, 73-76-149; Hird, 77-79-156;
Davis, 82-78--160; James, 77-73--150;
Barnard, 78-77-155; Holcomb, ,78-



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