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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Golfers Beat

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Rain Soaked Course Keeps Scores
High; Barron Takes Medalist Honors

Tigers Whip Athletics,8-2;
Score Whiffs 13 for Tribe

green fifteen feet from the hole
in the same number of shots and
had a good chance for a birdie.
Blackett made the chip shot
which for all intensive purposes
ended the match.
Winning Edge ,
,His opponent trying for the
equalized putted too hard and
needed three putts to hole out
for a five. These two strokes gave
Blackett the edge he never lost.
In the second twosome Michi-
gan's Mike Schlanger took advan-
tage of a poor back nine by his
opponent, Bill Wildern. Wildern
got two triple bogies and a double
bogey on the first three holes of
the back nine, while Schlanger
played these holes in par figures.
The seven strokes he gained here
were sufficient to insure his vic-
tory.
Britigan, playing number three,.
was steady except for the last hole
and was never headed.
Wolverine fourth man Barron
parred° the lost eleven holes in a
row for an easy victory over Gene
Novak, who kept up with Barron
on the first nine, but couldn't keep
up with his fast finish.
Jim Scmalzreidt and 'Arnie Ne-
delman also played even first nines
against the Titans fifth and sixth,
men, but they used the back nine
as a springboard to victory.
STATISTICS
No. 1-Chuck Blackett (M)}
43-38-81 beat Bob Adams (D)
40-46--86, 2-1.'
No. 2--Mike -Schlanger (M)
41-44-85 beat Bill Wildern (D)
43-47-90, 3-0.
Michigan No. 1 and No. 2 best
ball defeated Detroit No. 1 and
No. 2 best ball 77-82, 2-1.

HERB SCORE
... hurls shutout victory
Gridders Start
Practice Again
After Layoff'
Football practice for Michigan's
spring gridders will resume today
after a four day layoff.
The Wolverine coaching staff
scheduled no workouts for Sunday
or Monday and drills were rained
out yesterday and Tuesday. Since
no practice was started on the last
two days, these days will not count
against the NCAA limits, which
allows for 20 practice sessions
within a 36-day period.
Jim Hunt, Michigan trainer, re-
ports that four gridders injured in
Saturday's scrimmage are expected
to be back in the lineup this week.
Don Deskins who, suffered a
bruised knee, may see action to-
day, along with guard Al Callahan
and Dave Turk who received minor
injuries.
Fred Olm broke a finger in the
workout and will be out of service
until later this week, according to
Hunt.
Hea d student manager Tom
Hitchman reports that he still has
openings for managers. The only
requirement for the position is that
applicants must be freshman or
first semester sophomores. Further
information may be obtained by
reporting to practice this week or
calling HU 2-8714.

KANSAS CITY (A") - Billy Mar-
tin, traded away by Kansas City
last winter, came back last night
in a Detroit uniform to plague his
former teammates with three
straight hits as the Tigers rudely
jolted the Athletics 8-2.
"Billy the Kid" played only 5 /2
innings but he scored twice and
collected a double and two singles
as Detroit halted the Athletics'
three game winning cluster.
Cleveland 2, Chicago 0
CLEVELAND () - Herb Score
proved he is back on the beam
yesterday by pitching a three-hit
shutout and striking out 13 Chi-
cago batters as the Cleveland In-
dians defeated the White Sox, 2-0.
Washington 5, New York 4
WASHINGTON (R) - Jim Lem-
on's single off Ryne Duren with
one out in the tenth inning scored
Roy Sievers from third base to
give Washington a 5-4 victory
over the New York Yankees last
night.
The loss snapped the Yankees'
winning streakat six.
Cincinnati 2, Milwaukee 0
CINCINNATI () - Bob Purkey
allowed only six scattered hits and
his double touched off Cincin-
nati's game-winning splurge last
night as the Redlegs defeated the
Milwaukee Braves, 2-0.
Philadelphia 8, Pittsburgh 1
PHILADELPHIA (R) - Sopho-
more right-hander Jack Sanford
allowed seven hits and contribut-
ed a two-run, bases-loaded single
last. night as the Philadelphia
Phillies belted the Pittsburgh Pi-
rates 8-1.

Boston 7, Baltimore 5
BOSTON (P) - Murray Wall
slammed the door on a bases-
loaded Baltimore. rally in the
ninth inning and preserved a 7-5
Boston Red Sox victory yesterday-
over the Orioles.
San Francisco 8, St. Louis 7
SAN FRANCISCO OP) - Daryl
Spencer homered with two out
and a man on in the ninth inning
to give the San Francisco Giants
an 8-7 decision over the St. Louis
Cardinals yesterday.

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No. 3-Dave Britigan
38-40-78 beat Tom Skover
45-42--87, 3-0.

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No. 4-Roger Barron (M)
41-36-77 beat' Gene Novak (D)
40 46-86, 2-1.
Michigan No. 3 and No. 4 best
ball beat Detroit No. 3 and No. 4
best ball 745, 3-0.
No. 5--Jim Schmalzreidt (M)
43-41-84 beat Paul Predhomme
(D) 46-47--93, 3-0.
No. C--Arnie Nedelman (M)
41-43-84 ,beat Dave Doherty
(D) 40-46-86, 2-1.
Michigan No. 5 and No. 6 best
ball beat Detroit No. 5 and No. 6
best ball 78-80, 2-1.

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