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SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 1957

THE. MICHIGAN DAIIX

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Owen Sets Drake
Golfers Place

Relay Shot Put Record;

Third in Four-Squad

Meet

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This Week in Sports
Tihursday, May 2
TENNIS--Western Michigan at Kalamazoo
Friday., May 3
BASEBALL-University of Wisconsin at Ferry Field, 3:30 p.m.
TENNIS--Northwestern University at Ann Arbor, 2 p.m.
Saturday, May 4
BASEBALL-Northwestern U. at Ferry Field (23games), 1:30 p.m.
TENNIS--Purdue University at Ann Arbor, 2 p.m.
TRACK--Marquette and Western Michigan at Milwaukee, WIS.
GOLF- -Purdue-Ohio at Lafayette, Ind.

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'M' Only Weekend Title

Michigan Beats Indiana,
Edged by Purdue OSU
Special to The Daily
COLUMBUS -- Michigan's golf Purdue. This year it was a differ-
COLUBUS- Mihign's olfent story.
team was forced to take a third- et Two More Chances
place seat in the Big Ten golf However, Wolverine coach Bert

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By The Associated Press
Field event meet records were
shattered all-over the field at the
Drake Relays in Des Moines, Iowa
with Michigan's Dave Owen add-
ing to the excitement with a shot
put mark of 57' 5%".
Meanwhile, at the Penn Relays,'
in Philadelphia, Michigan came in,
third in the 880 Relay.
Morrow Stars
Olympic sprint champion Bobby
Morrow matched the meet 100-
yard dash record of 9.4 and an-
chored Abilene Christian to two1
new meet relays marks to emerge
the individual hero of the 48th
Drake Relays yesterday.
A 17-year-old American shuttle
hurdles record was shattered and
nine meet marks tumbled under
pressure of excellent competition
among athletes -from some 78-
schools before 17,000 track fans.
In a thrilling stretch duel cap-
ping a special mile race, Hungar-
ian distance star, Laszlo Tabori,
was edged by former Iowa ace Ted
Wheeler, who set a new meet non-
collegiate record of 4:06.9. This
bettered the Drake mark of 4:08.4
by Wes Santee in 1955.
Close Finish
Tabori held off the pace until 1
the final lap, but he couldn't
shake off Wheeler who moved into
contention at the head of the
stretch and gradually overhauled
the Hungarian runner and breast-i
ed him out at the tape.
Morrow, winner of three Olym-
pic gold medals, won the 100-yard
dash by ,five feet over Western1

Michigan's Ira Murchison, who
had finished fourth in the Olympic
100 meter won by Morrow last fall,
Villanova's National I n d oo0 r
Track champions walked off with
the major share of honors at the
Penn Relays yesterday. A breath-
taking mile victory as the sun wass
setting finally pulled the Wildcats
ahead of Texas and Manhattan.
, Two Titles Each
Going into the last of eight
major relays, Villanova, Texas and
Manhattan each had won two of,
the coveted tiltes, while little
Winston-Salem (N.C.) Teachers
had taken one.
This was the showdown amongr
the three giants of the mammoth
carnival which lured more than
3,000 athletes to Pennsylvania's
Franklin Field.
JULIEN DRAWS PRAISE

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ANOTHER RECORD-Michigan's track captain, Dave Owen,
added another record to his honor yesterday as he tossed the shot
57'5%" at Des Moines, Iowa, to set a new Drake Relay meet record.
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Spring Football Reaches Half-Way Point

picture yesterday, as they were
downed by Purdue and Ohio State
in a four-way meet here.
Both the Boilermakers and theI
Buckeyes outpointed Michigan
22/-131/, while the Wolverines
were able to salvage a 30%2-5% /
victory over the fourth team, Indi-
ana.
The meet was run as a collection
of dual meets, each team facing.
the other three in a dual meet sit-
uation. All the golfers went 36
holes, getting points for the score
on each nine holes and also forj
their total.
Buckeye Medalist
Fritz Schmidt of Ohio State was
medalist for the day, shooting a
fine sub-par 70 on the first eigh-
teen holes, and adding a 73 on the
second round.
He was closely followed by Pur-
due's great Joe Campbell, defend-
ing Big Ten titlist, who shot rounds
of 74 and 73.
Top Wolverines
The top Wolverines were John
Schubeck and Captain Steve Uze-
lac who each shot scores of 76 and
75. They were followed by Fred
Micklow with two 76 rounds,
Other Michigan linksters' scores
were John Law with a 77 and an
83, Stan Kwasiborski who shot 78
and 76, and Skip MacMichael with
82 and 83.
This was the meet where the
Wolverines turned in a surprise
victory last year, and went on to
place second in the Big Ten behind
D

Katzenmeyer will have two more
cracks at both Ohio State and
Purdue. Next Saturday the three
teams will meet at Lafayette, Ind.
on Purdue's home course, and the
following Saturday Michigan will
play host to the same contingent
plus Michigan State in Ann Arbor.
These two meets will simply be
a build-up for the Conference meet
in Iowa City on May 24th and
25th. The chances are that it will
again be Purdue, Ohio State and
Ichigan that end bp in the heat
of the Conference race.

LOVE THAT BOOKSHOP

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By SI COLEMAN
Michigan reached the halfway
mark yesterday in its spring foot-
ball drills.
Pointing to the intra - squad
game which will be held on May
11, "the players have been pro-
gressing reasonably well," accord-
ing to Coach Bennie Oosterbaan.
Good Baeks
Oosterbaan expressed his satis-
faction with the improvement of
his large group of sophomores,

especially the backfield newcom-
ers.
Singled out for special praise
were a trio of right halfback can-
didates, Fred Julian, Brad Myers,
and Al Croce, and aspiring left'
halfback Darrell Harper.

problem facing t h e Wolverine
coaching staff.
But with the fine showing of
Julian, Myers and Shatusky, this'
problem seems on the way to being
solved.

In yesterday's scrimmage ses- ; a
sion, Julian looked especiallysharp Fa
while running with the first string.*)
On one occasion he was on the N
receiving end of a pass from John
Speidel and proceeded to zig-zag
his way through the defensive HOUSTON,

Rose
Finals
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Heyliger Quells Rumor,
Resignation Said Final

secondary to pay dirt.j
Last year's star of the Iowa
game, Mike Shatusky, also looked
good at the wingback position,
particularly in a pass-catching
role.
At the start of spring training
two weeks ago, filling the wing-
back spot vacated by Terry Barr
seemed to be the most serious

Rose of Australia thrilled a crowd
of 2,000 yesterday as he defeated
Vic Seixas in four sets to join top-
seeded Herb Flam in the finals of
the 23rd annual River Oaks Ten-
nis Tournament here.
Rose, seeded fourth, used a
great net and overhead game to
smash the second - seeded Seixas.
6-8, 6-4, 6-2, 6-2.

Vic Heyliger last night denied
reports that he would return as
Michigan hockey coach.
Heyliger said his resignation
would be submitted to the Board
in Control of Intercollegiate Ath-
letics at the next meeting on May
11.
On April 10, Heyliger announced
that he had decided to resign from
the post which he has held for
the last 13 years, and planned to
enter the restaurant business in
Colorado Springs, Colo. However,
rumors began to circulate last
Thursday that he was seriously
thinking of changing his mind.
"No," Heyliger said last night.

"I don't know where those reports
came from. When you make up
your mind to do something, you do
it."
Heyliger said he hadn't. heard
of the reports until yesterday, as
he was out of town.
The 41-yr. old Heyliger had been
considering making the change for
some time, but his resignation
came as a surprise to Michigan
athletic officials.
Heyliger came to Michigan to
coach in 1944, following his re-
tirement from professional play
with the Chicago Black Hawks
and three seasons as Illinois
hockey coach.

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