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SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Ilini Trackmen
Te ns Squad Conquers Gophers
To Annex Third Weekend Victory,

Wellington, McClusky
Injured During Match
CHICAGO, Ill., May 18-Michigan's
varsity netmen concluded a success-
ful weekend today by smashing their
way to a 6-3 triumph over Minne-
sota, the third Big Ten tennis team,
to fall before the Wolverines in three
successive days of Conference com-
petition.
The Wolverines garnered four of
their six points in the singles com-
petition where, Jack Hersh, Bill Mik-
ulich, Jim Evans, and Hal Cook tri-
umphed. Hersh was forced to three
sets in defeating the Gopher's John
Adams, 6-1, 2-6, 7-5. Mikulich en-
countered little difficulty and drop-
ped but two games in as many sets.
Boyum Beats Wellingtonh
Minnesota's Ken Boyum, former
Minnesota prep singles and doubles
champion and national ranking play-
er in the junior division, downed
Wellington, 6-3, 6-4. McClusky threw
his shoulder while warming up for

the Gopher's number four man, Don
Gunner, and was rather handicapped
throughout his match.
Evans defeated Minnesota's Ed
Ishii, a returning letterman, in the
closest match of the day while Cook
won easily from Brad Pitney, last
year's state prep titlist.
In the doubles the Wolverine's
number one combo of Hersh and Ev-
ans forced their opponents to three
sets before dropping their match,
4-6, 6-3, 6-2. The number two doubles
match was one of the highlights of
the iheet.
Numner Two Duo Wins
Michigan's duo of Mikulich and
Wellington had their opponents at
match point seven times in the second
set before chalking up a 6-0, 12-10
victory. Wellington injured his ankle
late in the second set and was forced
to guard the alley while Mikulich
handled the majority of the court
play.
Cook took over McClusky's assign-
ment in the number three doubles
and paired with Paul Schoenlaub to
win handily, 6-4, 6-4.

Swamp
Big Ten Standings
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Wiscnsin ..........7 2 .778
Illinois . 6 2 .750
MICHIGAN 4 2 .667
Minnesota 5 3 .625
Iwa...5 3 .625
Indiana...............3 3 .500
Ohio State...........3 4 .429
Purdue...............2 4 .333
Northwestern .........1 4 .200
Chicago..............0 9 .000
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
MICHIGAN 6, 1; Minnesota 1, 4
Ohio State 4, Wisconsin 2
Illinois 4, Indiana. 1
Iowa at Northwestern, rain

Michigan, 80-42
Winners Sweep Running' Events;
Fonville, Ostroot, Harris Triumph

AMERICAN LEAGUE

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New Yot ......18
Detroit........17
Washington .... 13
St. Louis.......13
Cleveland.......11
Chicago........9
Philadelphia .. 7
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walking five and hitting three bat-
tE-rs. His mates could do nothing with
the slants of Bob Tepel, who halted
them with four singles and left nine
Michigan runners stranded. The Wol-
ver ies pushed across their lone run
in the ninth, Dom Tomasi driving ini
Tom Rosema to escape a shutout.
First Game

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MICHIGAN
Kell, 3b
Nussbaumer, cf
Robinson, ss
Weisenberger, I
Rosema, lb
Chappuis, rf
Tomasi, 2b
Swansen, e
Wise, p
TOTALS
MINNESOTA
Brink, rf
Rediske, ss
Johnson, 2b
Lucker, lb
Frank, lb
Kopperud, if
Olson, c
Gilbert, 3B
Schumack, p
Henning, p
TOTALS
Michigan
Minnesota

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McKenley Takes 440;
In 46.9; Short Second
By ALYS GEORGE
(Special to The Daily)
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. May 18-Set-
ting three new dual meet records,
Illinois' powerful track machine roll-
ed over a fighting Michigan squad
today by the lopsided score of 80-
42.
Although the Wolverine thinclads'
took one of the worst beatings in
the eight-year reign of Coach Ken
Doherty, the Illini were forced to go
all out in several races to capture 11
of the 14 events. Entering the meet
as decided underdogs to the strong
Illinois squad, the Michigan thinclads,
nevertheless, gave an inspired per-
formance, as 12 of the 20-man team
turned in their best efforts to date.
Heading the list of Wolverine
trackmen who turned in top per-
formances were Chuck Fonville in the
shot put and Bob Harris in the high
jump. For the third time this year,
Fonville established a new freshman
mark, heaving the shot 52 ft. 6% in.
to take first place in this event. Mich-
igan's George Ostroot grabbed second
place points with the best toss of his
collegiate career, 49 ft. 3% in.
Illinois' Dike Eddleman was a
heavy favorite in the high jump, but
he had to be satisfied with a tie for
first as Harris cleared the bar at
6 ft. 4 in. for his best leap to date.
Michigan showed further strength in
Track Summaries
Mile run-Won by Rehberg (I);
second, Thomason (M); third, Bren-
neman (I). Time 4:24.
440-yard run-Won by McKenley
(I); second, Short (M); third, Cole-
man (M). Time: :46.9.
100-yard dash-Won by Mathis
(; second, Pierce (M); third, V.
Johnson (M). Time: :09.8.
Shot put-Won by Fonville (M);
second, Ostroot (M); third, Alper ().
Distance: 52 ft. 6/ in.
120-yard high hurdles-Won by
Walker (I); second, Shuman (I);
third, T. Kenny (M). Time: :14.7.
880-yard run-Won by Rehberg
(I); second, Barten (M); third, Be-
dell (I). Time: 1:57.6.
Pole Vault-Tie for first between
Phelps and Richards (); third, Wei-
ler (I). Height: 13 ft. 6 in.
220-yard run-Won by Pierce (I);
second, Mathis (I); third, V. John-
son (M). Time: :21.2.
High Jump-Tie for first between
Harris (M) and Eddleman (I); third,
Coole57 (I). Height: 6 ft. 4 in.
Two-mile run-Won by J. Twomey
(I); second, E. Johnson (M); third,
V. Twomey (I). Time: 9:55.9.
220-yard low hurdles-Won by
Walker (I); second, Shuman ();
third, Larson (M). Time: :23.2.
Discus throw-Won by Ostroot
(M) ; second, Fonville (M); third,
Artley (M). Distance: 148 ft. 8 in.
Broad jump-Won by Eddleman
(I); second, Baker (M); third, Larson
(M). Distance: 22 ft. 2 in.
Mile relay-Won by Illinois; sec-
ond, Michigan. Time: 3:19.4.
A HEALTHY HEAD!!
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or scalp treatment for dandruff, it-;
chy scalp, or falling hair. Tonsorial
queries invited. Today!
THE DASCOLA BARBERS
Between State & Michigan Theaters

the field events when Ostroot, Fon-
ville and Jim Artley gave the Wol-
verines a sweep in the discus throw.
Illinois' Herb McKenley added
another record to his long growing
list, by taking the 440 in the fast time
of 46.9 to establish a new dual meet
mark. The fleet Jamaican led all the
way, as Michigan's Hugh Short and
Hap Coleman battled with Carl Ock-
ert " of the Illini for second place
points.
Ockert held the runner-up spot
until the final turn when Short put
on a sprint to grab second place. At
the same time Coleman, who had
been trailing, made his move and col-
lared Ockert 20 yards from the tape
to give Michigan third place.
Short Clocked in 47.6
Short was clocked in 47.6 for the
440, which is his fastest time since
returning to competition, and one
of the swiftest quarters ever turned
in by a Maize and Blue thinclad. Cole-
man's time of 47.7 was two seconds
better than any of his previous ef-
forts.
In the half-mile run the judges
had a tough decision to make, when
Illinois' Bob Rehberg and Herb Bar-
ten of the Wolverines broke the tape
inches apart but Rehberg got the
nod. Barten led until the last turn
when Rehberg's sprint carried him to
his second victory of the afternoon.
In the two-mile Michigan's Ed
Johnson squeezed in between the
Twomey brothers to take second
place. Illinois' Rehberg led all the
way in the mile to finish ahead of
Wolverine Bob Thomason and Bruce
Brenneman of Illinois.
Mathis, Pierce Place One-Two
The Illini showed thir superiority
in the sprints and hurdles as Bill
Mathis and Jack Pierce placed one-
two in the 100-yard dash with Val
Johnson of the Maize and Blue in
third spot. In the 220 the same three
sprinters came through, but Pierce
nosed out Mathis for first place.
Conference champion George Wal-
ker of the Illini scored a double win,
copping both the high and low hurd-
les, chalking up a new meet record
in the lows with a 23.2 clocking.
Illinois took the mile relay in 3:19.4,
which betters the old meet mark by
Michigan by one tenth of a second.

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Chicago 5, New York 1
Detroit 2, Philadelphia 0
Boston 18, St. Louis 8
Washington at Cleveland, rain
TODAYS GAi S
Boston at Detroit (2)
Washington at Chicago (2)
Philadelphia at St. Louis (2)
New York at Cleveland (2)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 19, New York 3 (Second
game postponed, rain)
Cincinnati at Philadelphia, rain
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn, rain
St. Louis at Boston, rain
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Boston 1(2)
Pittsburgh at New York (2)
St. Louis at Philadelphia (2)
Cincinnati at Brooklyn (2)

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Kell, 3b
Nussbaumer, ef
Robinson, ss
Weisenberger, If
Rosema, lb
Chappuis, rf
Tomasi, 2b
Swanson, c
Bowman, p
Block, p
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MINNESOTA
Bergsted, If
Rediske, ss.
Johnson, 2b
Luker, cf
Frank, lb
Brink, rf
Mohr, c
Thompson, 3b
Tepel, p
TOTALS
Michigan
Minnesota

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