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PAGE THREE

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Tennis Team

Wins,

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Michigan Scores Easy 9-0

Golfers Lose at East Lansing
Michigan State Lnk Squad
Cards Remarkable Scores

Victory Over MSU Netters

MARK JAFFE
... helps crush Spartans

By PAUL BORMAN
Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING - Michigan's
tennis team rolled to another Con-
ference victory and its 41st con-
secutive win as it trounced Michi-
gan State, 9-0, yesterday on the
Spartan's courts.
The team showed its strength
down the line in the shutout, with
first singles player Barry MacKay
looking the weakest of any of the
netters.
MacKay Has Trouble
MacKay was pitted against 31-
yr.-old rotund Bill Bisard. In the
first set the Big Ten Singles
Champion played leisurely and
won, 6-3.
In the following set MacKay
kept on relaxing, and relaxed
himself right out of the set. Bi-
sard took the middle counter, 6-1.1
MacKay, however, ended his
SUMMARIES
Singles
MacKay (M).def. Bisard (MSU),
6-3, 1-6, 6-1.
Jaffe (M) def. Stepanovic (MsU),
6-2,.6-2.
Potter (M) def. Zaremba (MSU),
'4-6, 6-2, 6-2.
Erickson (M) def. Mescall (MSU)
6-1,'6-1.
Harris (M). def. Vola (MSU), 6-1
6-3.
Jensen (M) def. Hoffman (MSU),
74, 4-6, 8-6.
Doubles.
MacKay-Potter (M) def. Bisard-
Zaremba (MSU), 6-2, 6-4.
Jaffe-Erickson (M) def. Stepano-
vie-Vola (MSU), 6-2, 8-6.
Harris-Jensen (M) def. Mescall-
Hoffman (MSU), 6-4, 6-1.

lapse in time
6-1.

to take the third set,

The team really showed its
strength at second, fourth and
fifth singles.
Jaffe Wins Easily
At second singles Mark Jaffe
gave MSU's net Captain, George
Stepanovic a good beating. After
the Spartan took the opening
game, Jaffe came back to volley
him to death, 6-2, 6-2.
Jon Erickson used his terrific
serve and his opponent's lack of
an effective service to firmly, but
politely, crush him, 6-1, 6-1.
By cleverly placing his shots
and engaging in a good steady
game of tennis, fifth singles play-
er John Harris neatly polished off
Luis Vela.1

-Daily-Charles Curtiss
WINS PRAISE-Jim Clark, Michigan right hander earned the
praise of Coach Ray Fisher for his fine pitching in the nightcap
of Saturday's twin bill with Illinois. Fisher is planning to start
Clark Friday against Minnesota.

Special To The Daily
EAST LANSG-M i c h i g an
State's golf team came up with a
spectacular showing here yester-
day to frustrate Michigan, 26-10.
The Spartans averaged o n1.y'
slightly over 73 strokes per man1
per 18 holes, to turn in a team
total which Wolverine coach Bert
Katzenmeyer termed "remarkable."
Their low man was George Wa-
kulsky, who carded a 70 and a 72
for a fabulous 142. Next was Otto
Schubel with a 147, Ken Rodewald
and Jim Sullivan with 148's, Bob
Nodus with a -149, and Arlin Dell
was the high man with a 150.
Michigan's losing scores were
as good as those they shot last
Saturday at Ann Arbor, which at
that time won them a quadrangu-
lar meet from Ohio State, Purdue
and Michigan State.
Steve Uzelac, the Wolverine cap-
tain who has been shooting _fine
golf this spring, was again medal-
ist for Michigan with a 148.
The meet was played at the
Lansing Country Club, which Kat-
zenmeyer states is one of the better
courses in the state. The Spartans
know this course much better than
the Wolverines, but Katzenmeyer
says that his boys have played it
"a little bit before."
He also remarked that "only
once before have I seen any col-
legiate team turn in a perform-

ance comparable to that of Michi-
gan State's."
The Spartans scores are pheno-
menal when one realizes that the
same team shot last Saturday at
Ann Arbor, and was swamped by
the Wolverines, Boilermakers and
Buckeyes.
John Schubeck, Michigan's num-
ber one man, was forced to miss
the meet in order to take a blue-
book.
MICHIGAN STATE-884
Ken Rodewald 71-77-148; Arlin
Dell 73-77-150; Bob Nodus 75-74-149;
George Wakuisky 70-72-142; Jim
Sullivan 73-75-148; Otto Schubel
73-74--147.
MICHIGAN-922
Steve Uzelac 72-76-148; Fred Mick-
low 73-78-151; Stan Kwasiborski 74-
76--150; John Law 81-80-161; Skip
MacMichael 77-80--157; Pat Keefe
80-75-155.

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JOHN SCHUBECK
... misses match

SPORT SHORTSJ
The Michigan sailing team lost
a close contest to the Notre Dame
sailors last weekend in the Com-
modore Summerlee Memorial Re-
gatta at the Detroit Yacht Club.
The Irish led the ten-school
meet with 86 points, Michigan
finished with 84, Michigan State
compiled 83 and Wayne State was
next with 79.
Skippering for the Wolverines
were Bruce Goldsmith, Otto
Schere and Dexter Thede.
* * *
Score Better
CLEVELAND() -- When the
nurse took the dressing off pitch-
er Herb Score's right eye Monday,
he told her "the vision seems to
have improved a lot."
"We can't be too enthusiastic
yet," Dr. Charles Thomas said.
"There can be a late detachment
of- the retina, and remember, we
have yet to see the central por-
tion of the retina."
* * *
Dressen Takes New Job
WASHINGTON (A)) - Charley
Dressen packed away his baseball
uniform yesterday in favor of a
front office business suit. He ac-
cepted a job as assistant to the
president of the Washington Sen-
ators, with the job of finding new
talent.

Ilii i Moundsnen Halt 'M' Sluggers,
Drop Wolverines from Big Ten Lead
..

I-M SOFTBALL:
Sammies Down Delts

By RUDE DIFAZIO
"If someone had told me last
week that we were going to lose
a doubleheader to the type of
pitchers that beat us I would have
laughed in his face."
"It wasn't that the Illinois hurl-
ers were so bad. But the way my
boys had been hitting we should
have beat them."
This was the lament of Coach
Ray Fisher yesterday, recalling

Canham Optimistic Despite
Loss to Illinois Trackrnen

the double loss to Illinois which
knocked the Wolverines out of
first place in the Big Ten baseball
race.
"The team must have gotten
stale," he said, "They have been
practicing three and a half hours
every day most of the season. I
told them today that I would be
satisfied if they only got two good
hours in from now on."
Citing their play over the week-
end, Fisher slid, "they made some
mental errors at Illinois that were
pretty bad."
"I think," he said, "that the
long practice sessions made them
tired and lax. When we had prac-
tice games they were too over-
worked to concentrate and they
formed bad habits of relaxing on
the field."
Clark Was Bright Spot
There was one bright spot in
Fisher's eyes, namely the pitching
of Jim Clark in the seven-inning
second game at Illinois. "I kept
Girardin out of the first game in
case I needed him to relieve Clark,
but Jim didn't need any help,"
said Fisher.
BIG TEN AVERAGES
G AB R H RBI Pct.

"He's earned the starting berth
against Minnesota, Friday."
Today's game at Detroit will
find Glenn Girardin, Bruce Fox,
Dean Finkbeiner, and possibly
John Herrnstein working on the
mound for the Wolverines.

I Vlajor League Standings

Sigma Alpha Mu topped Delta
Tau Delta yesterday at Ferry
Field, 11-3, under cloudy skies and
cool winds, in a first-place "B"
softball playoff:
The Sammies won behind the
superb pitching of Al Kalt, who
didn't allow the Delts a run in
the first four innings. In the fifth
the Delts got all 3 of their runs.
Larry Velvel hit two triples and
scored twice to help Kalt, and
Steve Wittenberg also scored twice
for the Sammies.
In another first-place playoff
game, Phi Sigma Delta ran away
from Alpha Tau Omega, 27-14,
Behind 7-3, going into the last
inning, Sigma Chi scored 6 runs
U.S. KOYLON

to beat Theta Chi, 9-7, in a third
place playoff game.
In "A" ball Adams beat Reeves,
12-11, Gomberg won over Greene.
6-3, Cooley beat Hayden, 5-1, Van
Tyne beat Allen Rumsey, 4-3, and
Strauss topped Williams, 3-2.
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U.S. KOYLON

NATIONAL

Cincinnati
Milwaukee
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
St. Louis
New York
Chicago
Pittsburgh

LEAGUE
W L Pct.
16 7 .696
16 7 .696
13 9 .591
13 10 .565
11 11 .500
10 14 .417
7 16 .304
6 18 .250

GB
2'%;
3
4j.
6
9
101

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
Chicago 14 7 .667
New York 14 8 .636
Cleveland 13 9 .591
Boston 13 11 .542
Kansas City 12 13 .480
Detroit 11 13 .458
Baltimore 9 13 .409
Washington 7 19 .269
Yesterday's Scores
Washington 5, Boston 3
(Only game scheduled)

GB
l2/
4
414
5
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By DAVE LYON
Even though Michigan's track
team was handed a decisive 76-56
dual meet defeat by Illinois Satur-
day. Coach Don Canham thought
that the Wolverines generally
made a good showing.
"Illinois had just too much for
us," observed the coach. The Illini,
winning first places in 10 of 14
events, halted Michigan's dual and
triangular meet win streak at 23
and suitably avenged last winter's

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BEAT THE YANKS?
Lopez Looks at Future

78-48 thrashing administered by
the Wolverines indoors.
Three Big Men
Three Illini played a major part
in the victory. Bob M i t c h e ll
triumphed in both dashes, Bob
Dintelmann won close victories in
the mile and half-mile, and Ron
Marls took first places in the
hurdles events.
Factors which hurt Michigan in-
cluded the somewhat disappointing
performance of high jumper Bren-
dan O'Reilly, who could only clear
6'2", and the continued Wolverine
weakness in the hurdles.
Kramer Absent
The absence of Ron Kramer also
helped make the meet as lopsided
as it was. After attending a prev-
ious engagement in Detroit, Kram-
er flew to Champaign, arriving too
late to compete in the high jump
and shot put. His participation
could conceivably have added six
or seven points to the Michigan
total. 1
Two bright spots for Michigan,
however, were the heartening per-
formance of the mile relay team
and the increasing importance of
the sophomore contingent of Can-
ham's squad.
The Wolverine mile relay team
of George Gluppe, Bob Matheson,
Robin Varian, and Laird Sloan
won its event in a creditable 3:19.7
time, despite adverse weather con-
ditions.

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.Yesterday's Scores
(No gamey'scheduled)
Today's Games
Philadelphia at Cincinnati (N)
Pittsburgh at Chicago
Brooklyn at Milwaukee (N)
New York at St. Louis (N)

Today's Games
Kansas City at New York (N)
Detroit at Boston (N)
Chicago at Washington (N)
a Cleveland at Baltimore (N)

Mac Phee
Dickey
Tippery
Boros
Sigian
Girardin
Clark
Herrnstein
Snider
Fox
Myers
Poloskey
Hutchings
Vukovich
Finkbeiner
TOTALS

11
4 11
8 30
8 33
8 27
4 6
3 7
8 32
4 17
8 33
8 35
3 6
4 7
8 29
20
8 279

0
2
87
7 1
7
0
1
7
2
7
4
1
0
7
0
568

1
'7
13
13
9
9
4
9
1
1
3
0
82

0
4
8
9
1
6
3
3
0
1
0
51

1.000
.636
.433
.394
.333
.333
.286
.281
.235
.212
.200
.167
.143
.103
.000
.295

FOAM RUBBER forr s eee

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(This article was written followingv
an actual interview in the Chicago
locker room following the Chicago-
Detroit game last Friday.)
By CARL RISEMAN
"How can you beat the Yan-
Kees?"
Chicago White Sox Manager Al
Lopez thoughtfully pondered that
question as he straddled a bench
in the sweaty visitors jocker loom
at Briggs Stadium.
Lopez, resting after leading his
team to a 6-4 victory over the De-
troit Tigers, replied, "A team
needs speed, power and pitching.
The success of this club lies in
its speed. It's the fastest club
I've ever seen.
Rely on Pierce
"We don't have too much pow-
er," he continued, "but the pitch-1
ing is certainly adequate. That kid
there is a lot stronger than a lot1
of people think." Lopez was point-1
ing to Billy Pierce, who was get-
ting a rubdown after gaining his
fourth victory of the year.
"I plan on pitching Pierce with
only three days rest, if necessary,"
Lopez asserted.
"We won't collapse in mid-sum-
mer this year," said Lopez. "This

club isn't being pushed and will
definitely have a lot left for the
hot months."
When he was asked if he was
happy to be on the Chicago side
of the Jim Busby and Chico Car-
resquel deal for Larry Doby, the
former Cleveland manager replied
with a twinkle in, his eyes, "I
think that that's a dead issue."
Fleet Rookie
Jim Landis, the Sox's fleet
rookie outfielder, replied to a
stock 4uestion; "I find the Majors
as I expected. It's going to be
hard, and I don't want to make
any predictions about my future.
Jim Rivera has been really help-
ing me on fielding and running
tips."
"Major league hitting?" Landis
thought for a while. "That's go-
ing to be the hardest part of
breaking in -- these pitclers are
real tricky."

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