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TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1959

THE MICHIGAN DAMP

PANE TA tL "E

TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TEREE

'Ni Cindermen
Victories over Spartans Put
olverines in Third Place ! 4 4 h:

Enoy

Successful Weekeno

COACHES APPLAUD MICHIGAN OPEN:
'M' Freshmen Star as 250 Thinclads Compete
UP

By STEVE ROGERS
Last Saturday's twin killing of
Michigan State put Michigan's
baseball team right in the heart
of the Big Ten title race.
At the end of the first week of
Big Ten competition, the Wolver-
ines, with a 2-1 record, find them-
selves tied with Ohio State for
third place. Both teams trail pace-
setters Purdue and Indiana by one
game.
Lose Opener
- Michigan's only loss was suf-
fered at the hands of Michigan
State at East Lansing last Friday.
The Spartans whipped .the Wol-
verines in their Big Ten opener
4-2.
The three game weekend series
New Captai

with Michigan State may have
solved coach Ray Fisher's biggest
problem. Before the start of the
Spartan series, Fisher did not
know whether he had any reliable
pitchers on his mound crew.
Fisher, however, now feels he
may have three dependable start-
ers in Nick Liakonis, John Herrn-
stein, and Al Koch. Each of these
hurlers went the round against
the Spartans.
Little Support
Liakonis allowed the Spartans
four runs on eight hits in the
Wolverine loss last Friday. The
decision probably would have
been reversed for the Detroit
southpaw if he had received a
little hitting support from his
teammates.
Herrnstein gave up only six
scattered hits in posting his win
in Saturday's opener. The power-
ful lefthander, who lost his shut-
out when Frank Palamara hom-
ered for State in the ninth, struck
out six and walked only three.
Koch Pleasing
The most pleasing performance,
however, was that turned in by
sophomore Al Koch in the night-
cap of the twin bill. Koch, who
limited State to one run on only
four hits, displayed excellent con-
trol as he walked but one Spartan
while fanning six.
Koch, like Herrnstein, lost his
bid for a shutout in the final inn-
ing of the contest. A single by
Dick Golden following a hit bats-
man and Koch's only free pass
produced the Spartan's lone run
of the game.
Along with these pitchers, Fish-
er also plans to see action from
Southpaws Bob Sealby, George
Weemhoff, and Dean Finkbeiner,
as he prepares his team for their
next game, a home affair with
Ohio State this Friday.
Patanelli Goes
Under Knife
This Morning
Matt Patanelli, end coach and
assistant baseball coach at Michi-
gan, underwent surgery this morn-
ing at University Hospital.
Ray Fisher, baseball coach, an-
nounced that Jim Clark, who is a
grad student in physical educa-
tion and a star pitcher on last
yera's ball team, will handle Pata-
nelli's job during his absence.
Intestinal Growth
Mrs. Patanelli, reached at home,
said that her husband was having
a growth on his intestine removed,
which doctors feared might de-
velop into cancer if not cared for.
She expected him to remain in
the hospital for 10 days.
Hospital officials as well as
Patanelli refused to release any
information on his condition. i

By DICK MINTZ
"Coaches and competitors alike
enjoyed participating in the
meet," stated assistant track
coach Elmer Swanson in reference
to the Michigan Open Track Meet
held Saturday at Ferry Field, "so
we consider it a big success."
Eight colleges represented by
250 athletes took part in what is
hoped will be the mid-west's an-
nual track carnival.
"Homey" Meet
"We expect to have close to 600
entries next year," Swanson con-
tinued, "and intend to award
prizes to the winners to sharpen
competition. Of course, the Mich-
igan Meet was never intended to
be the mid-west's answer to the
Penn Relays but it rather a
"homey" meet for those athletes
whose times don't rate considera-
tion in the top flight competition
at Penn.
Considering the weather condi-
tions, though, the times recorded
Saturday were excellent."

Eeles Landstrom, ineligible this
semester, highlighted the after-
noon with a record breaking
14'41/" pole vault. The former
Ferry Field record set in 1956 at
14'3" was also held by Landstrom.
The freshmen, showed them-
selves to be the best frosh team
ever to represent Michigan.
Tony Seth, the yearling from
the British Guianas, led the way
in setting a Ferry Field record in
the 600-yd. run with a 1:16 clock-
ing.
Freshman Stars
Freshman Tom Robinson, buck-
ing a strong head wind, neverthe-
less turned in a fast 10.0 for the
100-yd. dash, and his 22.5 for the
220-yd. dash marked him a double
winner. Another freshman, Dick
Cephas followed closely behind
Robinson in the 100 and finished
second with a 10.4 in the 220-yd.
low hurdles.
Dave Martin, a yearling with
vast potential, finished the two-
mile run in 9:36.6 behind Michi-

gan grad., Doug Kyle's sizzling
9:13.
Les Bird, straining in his final
broad jump attempt hit the
23'10%" mark and turned in the
fourth freshman win.
Stanger Second
Pete Stanger, though failing to
qualify at the Penn. Relays, re-
turned home and placed second
to Paul Jones of Eastern Michi-
gan in the 120-yd. low hurdles.

Jones, no relation to East
Michigan's great Hayes Jones v
didn't compete, was also a dou
winner.
Members of the Detroit Tr
Club were also impressive, as t
won the 440-yd. relay with
speedy foursome of Jim Bit
Marvin Pettway, Irving Petr
and John Telford. Telford s
won the 440-yd. dash, edg
Michigan's Don Matheson.

UP AND OVER-Paul Jones of Eastern Michigan (left), Pete
Stanger of Michigan (center), and Mike Kleinhans of Michigan
State leap over the second hurdle in the 120-yd. high hurdle race
at the Michigan Open Meet here last Saturday. Stanger was nosed
out by Jones at the finish, while the Spartan freshman finished
fifth behind Western Michigan's Dallas Shoesmith and Michigan's
Ron Trowbridge.
Phi Kappa Sigma, TKE
Win I=M Softball Tilts

LARRY MURRAY
mat leader
Larry Murray was elected cap-
tain of the Michigan wrestling
team for the 1958-59 season it
was a n n o u n ce d yesterday by
wrestling coach Cliff Keen.
Murray, a Junior who has
earned two grappling letters in
Michigan uniform, was one of thej
most outstanding team members
during the dual-meet season this
last year, but failed to score in
the Big Ten Meet.
Keen states that he will be al-
most "wholly dependent on this
year's freshman squad come next
winter." Graduating seniors Max
Pearson and Jack Marchel1lo
scored all but two of the team's
28 points in the Big Ten finals.

Both slugging and pitching duels
were the story of yesterday's games
played at Ferry Field in the I-M
softball league.
Two games were played in the
'A' fraternity league with Phi
Kappa Sigma defeating Phi Kap-
pa Tau, 3-2, and Tau Kappa Ep-
silon beating Psi Upsilon, 12-0.
Don Kowalski knocked in two
runs as Phi Kappa Sigma scored
all three of their runs in the first
inning, then hung on the rest of
the way to win.
Tau Kappa Epsilon garnered
only six hits while scoring their
12 runs with Psi U's poor fielding
being responsible. Psi U's hitting
was even worse as Doug Lootens
of Tau Kappa Epsilon allowed
them but one hit. In one stretch,
Lootens retired 18 men in a row.
Chicago Wins
After trailing 2-1 in the early
innings, Chicago House came back
to defeat Lloyd in 'A' competition,
7-5. Lon Heath homered for Chi-
cago.
In 'B' competition, Anderson
defeated a stubborn, hard-fight-
ing Scott team, 15-14. Frank Mit-
chell starred for Anderson getting
three hits and reaching base four
out of the five times he batted.
Slugger Cook
Bob Cook of the Adams 'B' team
hit three home runs while leading
his team to a 6-3 victory over Win-
chell, while in 'A' competition,

Adams defeated Scott, 11-6, with
Ted Robinson being the winning
pitcher.
OTHER SCORES
'A' Residence Halls
Reeves 23, Winchell 3
Gomberg 2, Hinsdale 1
Hayden 18, Huber 16
'B' Residnece Halls
Reeves 12, Hinsdale 9
Cooley 18, Strauss 13
Gibson W*n
Vault at Penn
Michigan's Mamon Gibson
turned in the best effort of his
track career at Saturday's Penn
Relays to tie for first place in the
pole vault.
The slightly-built junior cleared
the bar at 14'4" and finished in
a three-way tie with Stan Lyons
of Ohio State and Pete Gray of
Penn. Gibson's vault was the sec-
ond best ever recorded for a
Michigan vaulter. Eeles Land-
strom, presently ineligible to com-
pete as a Wolverine, holds the
mark at 14'6%". Landstrom went
to 14'41" at the Michigan Open
Meet which was held Saturday at
Ferry Field.
In Friday's events at Penn's
mammoth track carnival, Michi-
gan's Geert Keilstrup turned in
his best clocking of 9:23.4 which
was good for second place in the
two-mile run.
Pete Stanger the third in the
trio that Coach Canham sent to
the Relays failed to qualify in the
120-yd. low hurdles.

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By AL SINAI
"The closest we came to losing
during our string was a 5-4 tri-
umph over Western Michigan a
couple of years ago," said Wolver-
ine tennis coach Bill Murphy,
while speaking of the Wolverine's
great record of 45 consecutive
wins.
"However, you have to consi-
der that we never ran up against
the good California teams while
compilingnour string," he added.
Michigan's run of victories
started in 1954 as it won its last
six matches, continued in 1955,
1956, 1957 with 37 straight wins,
and has remained intact thus far
this season with the Wolverines
winning their first two matches.
Coaching the Wolverine team
since 1949, Murphy has compiled
an amazing overall record of
87-11. However, he thinks that
their streak will be ended this
year.
"We definitely are a dark horse
this year, behind Illinois, Iowa,
and Northwestern," he stated.
Murphy, himself, was a tennis
and basketball star at Tilden
Technical High School in Chica-
go. His phenomenal coaching suc-
cess includes two unbeaten years
at Chicago high schools.
He graduated from the Univer-
sity of Chicago with a B.A. in
Economics, and also as a full-
fledged tennis star. The Chicago
team, led by Murphy, won Big Ten
Championships in 1937, 1938, and
1939.
Among his many titles, Murphy
was 1939 Illinois State Champion

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first in 1938 and 1939.y .... .
From 1941-45, Murphy served
with the Navy, seeing action in
the Iwo Jima and Okinawa cam-
paigns.
"During this time I never
touched a racket," said Murphy.
"When I got out I was undecided
whether to remain in tennis." .

However, after a few years with
United Air Lines, and Krim-Co
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decided to return to tennis.
"I've never regretted it," Mur-
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changesuin their game, only prac-
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Major League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
New York 8 3 .727
Kansas City 7 4 .636
Washington 6 4 .600
Detroit 7 6 .538
Cleveland 7 6 .538
Baltimore 4 6 .400
Boston 4 9 .308
Chicago 3 8 .273
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
No games scheduled.
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Washington (
Detroit at New York
Kansas City at Boston
Chicago at Baltimore (N)

GB
1
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2
2
3%
5
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
- W L Pct. G
San Francisco 8 4 .667.
Milwaukee 7 4 .636
Chicago 7 4 .636
Pittsburgh 5 5 .500
Cincinnati 4 5 .4442
Los Angeles 5 7 .417?
Philadelphia 4 6 .400
St. Louis 3 8 .2734
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
No games scheduled.
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (N)
Milwaukee at Chicago
Philadelphia at San Francisco
St. Louis at Cincinnati (N)

GB
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3
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