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Major League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB W L Pct. G
o 20 7 .741 - Cincinnati 23 10 .697
and 18 11 .632 3 Milwaukee 19 10 .655
York 17 12 .586 4 Brooklyn 18 11 .6213
t 17 16 .515 6 Philadelphia 16 13 .552
n16 16i .500 6%2 New York 14 18 .438E
Ls City 14 19 .424 9 St. Louis 13 17 .433 E
rore 12 17 .414 9 Chicago 8 19 .296 12
ngton 9 25 .265 14% Pittsburgh 8 21 .276 13
Yesterday's Results Yesterday's Results
No games scheduled Cincinnati 6, St. Louis 2
Today's Games Today's Games
Vashington at New York Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N)
etroit 'at Kansas Ctiy Milwaukee at Chicago
hicago at Cleveland (N) New York at Brooklyn (N)
oston at Baltimore (N) St. Louis at Cincinnati (N)

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Crucial Weekend

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Conference Meet Opens
For Wolverine Golfers

M' Cindermen Defend
Big Ten Outdoor, Crown

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IOWA CITY - It's a big day for
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer's Wol-
verine golfers.
Today and, tomorrow mark the
end of a long campaign which
has been narked by many sur-

Throughout the season, the
Wolverines have shown good bal-
ance, excepting erratic moments
staged by certain team members.
The team's total scores for meets
have gradually been better, with

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There will be 81 Conference
golfers starting their long 72-hole
match this morning. Six of the
teams they represent are given a
good chance for victory, with the
list headed by defending cham-
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Katzenmeyer is hoping for even
more improvement in his squad's
scores today and tomorrow. He
feels that they haven't yet reached
their peak.
"Two rounds of 920 won't win
this meet", he states, "but I know
that the boys are capable of bet-
ter than that, and if they shoot
their best we could win this meet."
Six golfers from each team play,
with the five best scores added
together for the team aggregate.
The lowest 72-hole five-man total
is the winner.
Schubeck Leads Wolverines
Michigan has had five golfers
continually shooting good scores.
They are John Schubeck, who was
fourth in the Big Ten meet last
year; Fred Micklow, who was tied
for eighth; Capt. Steve Uzelac,
who was tied 22nd; Stan Kwasi-
borski, and'sophomore John Law.
His sixth man will be either
Skip MacMichael, who was tied
at 32nd last year, or sophomore
Pat Keefe.

AL LUCE RON PERRANOSKI
.. Spartan slugger ... to hurl today
Michigan Nine Hosts MSU
In Drive for Championship

Special to The Daily
EVANSTON -- It's been a long
time, eight years to be exact, since
a Michigan track team has fin-
ished below the first division in
a Conference final, but it could
happen this year.
The Wolverines go into today's
preliminaries and tomorrow's fi-
nals as definite underdogs for the
first time in three years.
Coach Don Canham has already
admitted that the Wolverines "will
be lucky to finish among the top
five."
Michigan Sixth?
The way it looks to the Wolver-
ine coach, Ohio State will, with a
big, boost from Glen Davis, cap-
ture the crown; Indiana will f in-
ish second, Illinois third, Michigan
State fourth, Iowa fifth and Mich-
igan sixth.
Even taking into account Can-
ham's usual pessimism it seems
very likely that his prediction of
the Wolverines' fate will not be
far off.
There are two things wrong
with the Michigan cinder squad
this year, and both of these de-
fects are not very conducive to
winning track titles.
Lack of Firsts
For one thing, the Wolverines
have no sure first places outside
of Dave Owen. The Grays, Booths
and Wellingfords are gone - and
to say the least they are- sorely
missed. Also there are no hurdle
men.
Chuck Belknap is the only man
who will compete in the hurdles
and he has only the faintest
chance of placing.
The lack of hurdle entries
means the Wolverines will not be
able to dip into any of the 30
points offered for the two events.

If this one handicap isn't
enough to crush the Blue then the
fact that they might very well be
shut out in the broadjump, discus
and 880-yd. run should be enough
to finish them off.
When a team has the possibil-
ity of getting no points out of 75,
it is doubtful that they can get
enough out of the remaining 150
points to compensate.
In a recent listing of the best
Big Ten outdoor performances,
only five Michigan men and the
mile relay squad were among the
top competitors listed in any of
the 14 events.
Out of the 61 names on the top
performance list, 10 were from In-
diana, 10 from Ohio State, six
from Illinois and the rest were
spread among the remaining six
teams.
Besides Owen, whose 58'/4
shot put is the best for collegians
in the nation this spring, the oth-
er Wolverines listed include Chuck
Morton and Helmar Dollwet in
the mile, Jim Pace in the 100-yd.
dash and Brendan O'Reilly in the
high jump.
While Davis is counted on to be
the big gun of the meet, noone is
overlooking Greg Bell of Indiana.
The slender Hoosier has the best
times in three events this spring
and with favorable weather could
menace Jesse Owens' 22-yr.-old
world and Big -Ten broad jump
mark of 26'8/4".
Another threat to a standard is
Iowa's Deacon Jones. He has al-
ready run the mile a tenth of a
second under the meet mark of
4:09 and probably will establish
himself in the Conference record
books.

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By RUDE DIFAZIO
The Michigan baseball team
makes its last appearence of the
season at Ferry Field today against
Michigan State with the Big Ten
championship riding on every
pitch.
The game starting at 3:30 p.m.
will be the last appearence for
Bruce Fox, 'Glenn Girardin, Don
Poloskey, Gene Snider, Ken Tip-
pery, and Jim Vukovich. Ernie
Myers is also a senior, but is on
a five year program and has a
year of eligibility left.
Coach Ray Fisher plans to start
John Herrnstein on the mound,
which, with the absence of Al Sig-
man, will mean Ralph Hutchings
in center field and either Jim
Dickey or Jack Lewis in right.
Perranoski To Start
Perrenial rival Michigan State
will start its ace left-hander Ron
Perranoski, 3-1, this year.
State is led at the plate by their
power hitting catcher Al Luce, who
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has three home runs in nine games
and a .345 batting average.
State has not won a game in Ann
Arbor since 1955 when it took a
doubleheader, 3-0, and 8-5.
The scene shifts to East Lansing
for a doubleheader tomorrow
starting at 1:00 p.m. Both coaches
are undecided on who they will
start in these games, waiting to
see what happens today.
Girardin To Relieve
Fisher's prospects include Jim
Clark, Don Poloskey, or Bruce Fox.
Girardin will probably be held in
relief for the two games.
John Kobs, coach of the Spar-
tans, will choose from among Bill
Mills, 2-1, with a 1.10 ERA; Bill
Mansfield, 1-2, and 1.97; or Norm
Creamer, 3-2, and 3.77.
Michigan has not won a game
in East Lansing since 1953, the
year the Wolverines won their last
championship. They then exploded
for a 20-2 win in the second game
of a twin bill.
The last time Michigan swept a
season series with State was in
1949 when they took the two games
played. The last time Michigan
won three games from MSU in one
season without a lose was-1913.
Since joining the Big Ten six
years ago the Spartans are the
only team to hold a winning record
over Michigan 10-7.

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Two teams which have not won
a Big Ten baseball title in a num-
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Northwestern and Purdue are
going to be eagerly watching for
the results of this weekend's
games.
Purdue Won in 1909
Purdue has waited the longest
of any Conference team to walk off
the diamond with a title. Their
one and only championship was in
1909.
Northwestern's wait has not
been quite that long. Their only
crown came in 1940 when they
shared the title with Illinois.
The other four teams with a
chance for the crown are Illinois,
Iowa, Minnesota, and Ohio State.
To win the title, each of the four
teams ,must win 'their final three
game series and the other six
teams must lose at, least two
games.
Other Games
This last weekend's schedule
finds ir addition to Michigan and
Michigan State playing a three
game series, Northwestern playing
at Illinois, Wisconsin at Purdue,
Ohio State at Iowa, and Indiana
at Minnesota, today.
Tomorrow's double headers find
Northwestern at Purdue in a head
on uclash, Wisconsin at Illinois,
Ohio State at Minnesota, and In-
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