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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Laz

Set

Records as

Illini Nine Trips 'M' Begins 'M''Golfers Stun OSU, Purdue, Indiana
Net Ceason Spiah:aTe Dily medalist honors for the meet with ermakers were handily beating
1W olverines, 5- team stole the show from three 146 strokes and a 73-stroke aver- helpless Hoosiers, 27-9.
other Big Ten schools as they de- age for each 18 hole round. I-The Buckeyes had three m

Agase Throttles Michigan Hitters;
Illinois Scores Three in Second

.

LAZ SET a new American In-
tercollegiate mark in the pole
vault with a leap of 15' 1%" to
top the record of 15' %" set earlier
in the afternoon in the Kansas
Relays by Don Copper of Neb-
raska.
McEwen broke his own var-
sity outdoor mile record of 4:12
with an excellent 4:11.3 timing.
The Canadian flash also won'
the two mile race one hour later
in the very good time of 9:19.6
to become the only double win-
ner of the day.
USC's all-around excellence and
4 definite superiority in the hurdles
and high jump -gave them their
victory, and also served to the
track world their notice of con-
tention for NCAA honors again.
* * r
DAVE STINSON was the only
other Wolverine winner, by tak-
ing a surprise win in the 100 yard
dash.
Las made the record breaking
performance on his last try. The
bar quivvered as he brushed with
his arim while skimming over but
it held fast. Three attempts at
15'3" were fruitless tries to better
the mark.
MIKE-Woat by McEwen (M); 2.
Garcia (USC); 3. Lamb (I.); 4. Parks
(M); Time-4:11.3.
440-YARD DASH-Won by Bradley
(USC); 2. Nicholson (USC); 3. LaRue
(M); 4. Lane (USC); Time-49.2.
SHOT PUT--Won by O'Brien (USC)
55 ft., 4Y2 in.; 2. Swope (USC) 51 ft.,
2 in.; 3. Johnson (M) 49 ft., 1% in.;
4. Bersehet (i)'48 It., 9% in.;
100 YARD DASH-Won by Stinson
(M); 2. MeJia (USC); 3. McSween (I);
4. Konrad (M); Time-9.9.
120 HIGH HURDLES-Won by Bar-
nard (USC); 2. Davis (USC); 3. Hoov-
r (M); 4. McNulty (I); Time-:14.4.
r 880-YARD RUN-Won by Sidrs (I);
2. Wehking (USC); 3. Whiteaker (M);
4. Jacobi (M); Time-1:54.6.
HIGH' JUMP - Won by Barnes
(USC), Ronquille (USC) and Brom-
bach (USC) 6 ft., 4 in.; 4. Floyd (I)
6 ft., 2 in.
' 220-YARD DASH--Won by McSwen
(I); 2. MeJia (USC); 3. Gonzales (I);
4. Konrad (M); Time-:21.4.
TWO MILE-Won by McEwen (M);
2. Berg (USC); 3. Timble (I); 4. Hick
man (M); Timne-9:1&.6.
DISCUS-Won by Bersphet (I) 148
ft., 2V& in.; 2. Wilihoite (USC) 144 ft.,
4 in.; 3. Twardock (I) 142 ft., 5%
in.; 4. Johnson (M) 136 ft., 5 in.
220 LOW HURDLES-Won by Davis
(USC); 2. Barnard (USC);' 3. Slack
(I); 4. Hoover (M); Time-:23.5.
BROAD JUMP--Won by Flores
(USC) 23 ft., 7% in.; 2. Sobie (M) 23
ft., 6% in.; Coleman (M) 23 ft., 2i/4
in.; 4. Sorgen (USC) 22 ft., 10% in.
MILE RELAY-Won by UiC (Nich-
olson, Mitchell, Bradley and Sorgen-
nis); 2. Illinois; 3. Michigan (White-
J aker, LaRue, Hickman and Konrad.)
POLE VAULT-Won by Laz (I) 15
It., 1% in.; 2. Coleman (I) and Jen-
sen (USC) 14 ft.; 4. Rowan (USC) and
Calisch (I) 13 ft., 6 in.

T w o n e w champions were
crowned and one titleholder suc-
cessfully defended his champion-
ship yesterday in the finals of the
National Intercollegiate Billiard
Tournament.
Leroy Kinman of Eastern Ken-
tucky captured his third straight
pocket billiards title by eking out
a 75-66 win over John Whaley of
Notre Dame. Kinman's third
straight win in this tourney proved
to be the toughest game of his
collegiate career.
* * *
WHALEY, who led after 17 in-
nings by a 41-32 tally, fell before
the shrewd play of the champion.
After slipping behind 64-57, Wha-
ley moved ahead 66-63, but fal-
tered on an easy shot to pave the
way for Kinman's 32-inning tri-
umph.
Straight htail honors were
copped by Conrado Roa -of
Michigan. 'The! Philippine cue
master won decisively, 100-67,
in a 53-Inning contest, over
Wisconsin's Leonard Stein.
Three-cushion play produced
two wins and a championship for
Larry Gray of Michigan. Gray
took the measure of Florida's Bob
Mausert in the semi-final match
by a 35-30 margin. The battle
went 94 innings.
The afternoon's finals play saw
Gray score a decisive 35-23 victory
over Ronald Goldberg of Illinois.,
Gray turned in a high run of four.

By TED PAPES
Illinois continued its mastery
over the Michigan baseball team
yesterday with an easy 5-1 tri-
umph at Ferry Field.
It was the second in a row for
the Illini, who edged the Wolver-
ines, 3-2, here on Friday.
* * *
AGAIN IT WAS a case of a
left-handed pitcher throttling Mi-
chigan batters, this time on only
two hits. Big Herb Agase went all
the way for Illinois, and despite
his wildness in giving up nine bas-
es on balls, he was never in serious
trouble.
His teammates jumped on Bill
DenHouter for three runs in the
second inning to put the visi-
tors out of reach. The trouble
in that inning began after two
were out.,
Bobby Moore drew a pass and
went to third on Agase's drive to
right which was scored as a dou-
ble even though Michigan right-
fielder Gerry Harrington failed to
handle it cleanly.
* * *
GEORGE PARENTI then walk-
ed to fill the bases. Jeri'y Baranski
singled to short left and each run-
ner moved up with Moore scoring
the game's first run.
Raklovits slammed a hard
grounder to the left of second-
baseman Bill Mogk who could-
n't hold it and two runs clatter-
ed across the plate. Baranski
was out trying for third on the
play.
The winners added two insur-
ance markers in the seventh inn-
ing when Raklovits was hit by
reliefei John Shuett to open the
frame. On the hit and run play
Lou Krantz slashed one through
the box into center field. Bill
Billings retrieved it but his slow
throw to third allowed Krantz to
take second.
* * *
BRUCE FRAZIER, who had en-
tereo the game as a pinch hitter
in the fifth, blasted a single
through the hole between first

ILLINOIS
Parenti ss
Baranski 2b
Rakiovits 3b
Krantz cf
Heberer If
Frazier If
Hoffman c
Brewer rf
Moore lb
Agase p
TOTALS

MICHIGAN
Billings cf
Haynam ss
Koceski lf
Palmer c
Dorr 3b
Mogk 2b
Weygandt 1
Harrington7
DenHouter
Shuett p
x Goulish
Hegedorn p
TOTALS

AB
2
5
3
4
2
3
3
4
2
3
31
* *
AB
3
3
3
4
2
4
b 1
f 3
0a
2
1
1
27

R H
1 1
0 1
1 1
S1
0 0
0 1
0 1
0 0
S1
5 7
*
R H
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
01
0 0
1 0
0 0
0 0
0 1
0 0
1 2
in 7th

and second, Raklovits and Krantz
scoring.
Bill Hoffman walked but a
double play and a strikeout smo-
thered the rally.
Michigan backed into. its only
run in the last half of the seventh.
Harrington walked. Tom Goulish
hit for Shuett and his routine
bounder took a bad hop over the
shortstop's left shoulder, Harring-
ton moving to third from where
he scored while Billings was hit-
ting into a double play.
. * * *
BOX SCORE

PO A
2 1
2 3
0 1
4 6
0 0
1 e
! 2
20
7 0
0 1
27 8
PO A
00a
1 6
2 0
5 1
4 3
4 3
11 0
0a
0 0
0 2
00
27 15

lb
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x batted for Shuett:

ZanFagna Canty, Hurley Star
In First Weekend Grid Action

By JOHN JENKS
Spring's ugly ducklings, the pig-
skin brigade, ran through their
first Saturday afternoon session
yesterday on South Ferry Field,
and when the dust settled there
were signs that some might make
the transition to autumn's prima
donnas.
Those who had their feet going
In the right direction, both fig-
uratively and literally, were backs
Don ZanFagna, Norm Canty, and
Bob Hurley; ends Bob Topp and
Bob Dingman; and tackle Dick
Strozewski.
ZANFAGNA, a cool cucumber
operating out of the quarterback
post, was particularly impressive
with his ball-handling and passing

abilities and his capacity for lead-
ership.
Both Canty and Hurley stood
out as hard running, pile-driving
backs. While fullback Hurley
was smashing up the middle,
lefthalf Canty was skirting the
ends with a drive unequaled for
his 170 pound frame.
Bob Topp shot into the specta-
tor's eye with several breath-taking
catches, but his rugged play on
both offense and defense marks
him as more than just a pass-
catcher.
Although a shoulder injury tem-
porarily sidelined Bob Dingman
midway in the scrimmage, he man-
anged to get in eough playing time
to make several sparkling catches
of Ted Kress passes.
But Dick Stfozewski was a thorn
in the side of all backs who had
any ideas of running wild over his
position. Playing on the Reds, a
strictly defensive outfit, "Stro"
throttled many a dash before it
ever got started and spent half
the afternoon in the enemy's back-
field.
The only real casualty of the day
was tackle Ben Pederson, who had
an ugly gash over his eye opened
and was forced to retire to the
trainer's quarters for the day.
COLLEGIATE HAIR STYLES
for discriminating men
9 BARBERS - NO WAITING
The Dascola Barbers
Liberty near State

RBI-Baranski, Raklovits 2, Fra-
zier 2; SH-Agase, Parenti; 2B-Agase,
Hoffman; DP-Moore (unassisted),
Haynam and Weygandt, Haynam,
Mogk and Weygandt, Parenti, Baran-
ski and Moore; LEFT--Illinois 10,
Michigan S; SO-Agase 8, DenHouter
2, Shuett 3; BB-Agase 9, DenHouter
3, Shuett 4, Hegedorn 2; HITS OFF-
DenHouter 4 in 2, Shuett 3 in 5, Hege-
dorn 0 in 2; WP Shuett, Hjjdorn;
BALK-Shuett; HBP-Shuett (Rak-
lovits); WINNER-Agase; LOSER--
DenHouter.
Toronto Wins
NHL Playoffs
TORONTO-(P) - The Toronto
Maple Leafs won the Stanley Cup,
symbolic of hockey world suprem-
acy, by beating the Montreal Ca-
nadiens, 3 to 2, in overtime here
last night.
With all four of the previous
Toronto - Montreal playoff tilts
also going into sudden death, last
night's spine tingler, in which
Montreal's Bob Dawes received a
compound fracture of the right
leg, carried through to 2 minutes
and fifty-three seconds of over-
time before Bill Barilko breezed
a goal past Montreal's Gerry Mc-
Neill.
The Leafs tied the game at 2-2
on Tod Sloan's goal-with 32 sec-
onds of regulation time remaining.
Toronto's victory w a s their
fourth and gave them the best of
seven series. Montreal won one
game.
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AMERICAN
Washington
Chicago
Cleveland
New York
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Detroit
Boston

LEAGUE
W L Pet.
4 1 .800
3 1 .750
3 1 .750
3 2 .600
1 3 .250
1 3 .250
1 3 .250
1 3 .250

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 7, Chicago 6
St. Louis 9, Cleveland 1
New York 8, Washington 7
Boston 6, Philadelphia 3
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Brooklyn 3 1 .750 ...
Pittsburgh 2 1 .667
Chicago 2 1 .667 }
Boston 4 2 .667 f
St. Louis r 1 1 .500 1
New York 2 4 .333 2
Philadelphia 1 3 .250 2
Cincinnati 1 3 .250 2
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 7, New York 3
Cincinnati 8, Pittsburgh 3
Boston 8, Philadelphia $
Chicago at St. Louis, postponed
(rain)
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