THiE MICHIGAN DAILY
TODAY and SUNDAY
Wolverine Nine Opens
Big Ten Season Today
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FILMED IN FABULOUS
By JOHN HILLYER l
Biggest invitational meets of the
outdoor season-the Penn Relays
at Philadelphia and the Drake
Relays at Des Moines, Ia.-will
keep Don Canham's Michigan
track squad busy today and to-
Four relay teams will go East,
plus Ron Wallingford in the two-
mile, Mark Booth in the high
jump, Tom Hendricks in the broad
jump and Dave Owen in the shot.
High-jumper Brendan O'Reilly
and pole-vault star Eeles Land-
strom will comprise the Des
Football star Jim Pace, who
injured his back in spring grid
practice, was originally slated to
replace Hendricks in the 440-yard
relay, but will not make the trip
after all. He was pronounced un-
fit by the doctor yesterday after-
Possible world records loom in
the two-mile, four-mile and dis-
tance medley relays, all of which
find Michigan entries listed. The
favored teams will, however, be
composed of four confident Ox-
ford University students from Eng-
These young men-Ian Boyd,
Alan Gordon, Derek Johnson and
Donald Gorrie-have best times
which, if combined, would set
world marks in the four-mile and
two-mile relay events.
... will start in opener
Opposition to the Amateur
Athletic Union's crackdown on
rules violations has reached a new
level of intensity.
Lastest criticism of the AAU's
amateur code comes in the cur-
rent issue of a national magazine.
Condemning the harsh treatment
given confessed rules-violator Wes
Santee, interviewed athletes can-
didly admitted that they, too, had
ignored the rules-without being
punished by the Union officials.
The magazine quotes former
tennis amateur Jack Kramer: "In
tennis or any other sport, a cham-
pion has to work at it full time.
Only competition develops your-
skill, and you have to travel to get
competition these days. How can
an athlete travel all over the
country or the world and maintain
the spirit of the amateur code?"
A former collegiate helf-mile
champion, Joe Nowicki, summed up
the feeling of those questioned, "It
was unfair to start endorsing rules
that have been waived for years."
In Home Tilt
By AL JONES
The Big Ten baseball season
Michigan will open its Confer-
ence action this afternoon at 3:30
p.m. when Indiana visits Ferry
Field, and will continue play to-
morrow hosting Ohio State in a
double header beginning at 1:30
Although the Hoosiers have been
bothered by faulty pitching, they
have gone a long way toward mak-
ing up the difference with fine
fielding and hitting. Indiana has
won only six games out of 15, but
Fisher commented that "they've
lost a lot of close ones."
Michigan's major problem now
is hitting. While Indiana has an
overall average of .296, Michigan
is barely over the .250 mark.
Fisher is'bothered by the fact that
the batting has slumped since the
spring trip. "I had hoped that this
year's team would hit well," said
Hoosier Coach Ernie Andres
plans to start pitcher Gerry Clark,
who is still looking for his first
win after absorbing three defeats.
Fisher has decided on Don Polos-
MONTREAL (P)-Doug Har-
vey of the Montreal Canadiens
yesterday was named the best
defenseman in the National
Hockey League for the second
year in succession.
key, who has seen action in three
games since the southern outing,
and earned credit for one of the
Michigan's coach feels that he
has no way to judge the coming
season, and is simply waiting to see
what will happen this weekend.
After all of the Conference teams
have played he will be able to size
up Michigan's chances.
MAJOR LEAGUE SCORES
Baltimore 7, New York 5
Cleveland 14, Kansas City 2
Washington at Boston post-
poned, cold and rain.
Brooklyn at New York post-
poned, cold and rain
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DOUGLAS MARSHI, Cello
ROBERT DUMM, Piano
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