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TI[L MICMGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY F4TThJflA'V

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Illinois Cops Conference Track Title;
Stanger Victorious; Davis Ties Mark
Special to The Daily

Golfers

Ninth in Big

Ten

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Boilermakers Stave Of f Challenge
To Grab League Golf Championship

LAFAYETTE, Ind.-Despite the
outstanding performance of Ohio
State's Glenn Davis, it was a well-
balanced Illinois track team that
dethroned Indiana for the Big
Ten outdoor championship.
Illinois, with a 46-point total,
was followed by Indiana 41, Ohio
State 35, Michigan State 231/2,
Minnesota 16, Iowa 15, Purdue 13,
Michigan 111/2, Wisconsin 8 and
Northwestern 7.
Stanger Stars
Michigan's 11x/-point total was
largely accounted for by Pete
Stanger, who upset favored Willie
May of Indiana in the 220-yd. low
hurdles with a time of :23.9. Stan-
ger was the only winner the Wol-
verines produced in the meet.
Davis led an assault on the rec-
ord books, as he rocketed to a :45.8

quartermile triumph, to tie the
world record. He had reduced his
speed at 10 feet from the finish
line in an effort to conserve him-
self for later events. This was the
first of five Big Ten records to
fall.
Records Fall
Other standards set were in the
two-mile run, shot put, 880-yd.
run and the mile relay. .1
Minnesota's Len Edelen cracked
a 20-yr.-old mark by taking the
two-mile in 9:03.2. The Gophers'
Bob Henry broke the shot mark
with a 56'11Y" heave. The old
record was set by Charlie Fonville
of Michigan in 1948 at 56'5".
Dave Lean of Michigan State
shattered the half-mile mark in
defending his title with a 1:50.1
clocking. The Wolverine's fast-im-
proving sophomore, Earl Dear-
dorff, placed fourth in the event.

Indiana's mile relay team set
the fifth record with a 3:11.7 mark.
In the 120-yd. high hurdles Indi-
ana's Willie May matched a 21-
yr.-old record with a :14.0 clock-
ing. Stanger, who dethroned May
in the low hurdles, placed fifth
in the highs.I
The Illini, who won the indoorl
title after finishing last the pre-
vious year didn't figure in any of
the record breaking. But football
star Bob Mitchell, dethroning
Willmer Fowler of Northwestern in
the 220-yd. dash and taking sec-
ond place in the broad jump and
100-yd. dash, spearheaded the bal-
anced Illini attack.
Mitchell was the top individual
scorer with 13 points.
Michigan's other two-point get-
ter was Mamon Gibson with a
third-place tie in the pole vault
and Brendan O'Reilly with a
fourth-place tie in the high jump.

BOB MITCHELL
...meet's top scorer
Pontiac Thinclads
Take 'A' .Crown

Special to The Daily
COLUMBUS - Purdue's well-
balanced golf team withstood a
challenge by Indiana here early
yesterday and went on to win the
Big Ten championship by 22
strokes.
The Michigan linksmen blew
their big chance to move ahead of
a half-dozen other teams by play-
ing badly yesterday morning and
worse in the afternoon. As a re-
sult, the Wolverines ended up in
ninth place, only eight strokes out
of sixth.
The final team scores ran like
this: Purdue 1522, Indiana 1544,
Minnesota 1551, Ohio State 1554,
Iowa 1558, Michigan State 1572,
Illinois 1575, Wisconsin 1577,
Michigan 1580, and Northwestern
1604.
Team scores were determined
from adding the scores of each
team's best five out of six players
in each 18-hole round.
Francis Cards 70
Although the Boilermakers' fi-
nal 22-shot margin was fairly
large, Purdue had finished its
morning round yesterday only
seven strokes ahead of Indiana,
1144-1151.
But Gene Francis burned up
the Ohio State course in the aft-
ernoon with a fine 70 to help Pur-
due's best five men negotiate the
round in only 378 shots. Indiana's
young team could not cope with

this terrific pace, scoring an aft-
ernoon 393.
Michigan, which had carded 392
and 396 in Friday's rounds, tookj
the course yesterday in seventh
place with a fair chance for fin-
ishing as high as second.
But the Wolverines lost that
opportunity by taking 398 in the
morning and 396 in the afternoon,
and when almost all the other
teams did better, Michigan slipped
to ninth.
. "Refused to Drink"
Commenting on the Wolverines'
failure to take advantage of their
opportunity, Coach Bert Katzen-
meyer said that it was as if "they
got up to the trough and refused
to take a drink of water."
Crisler's Father
Dies at Earlville
Special to The Daily
EARLVILLE, Ill.--Albert Crisler,
85-year-old father of Michigan
Athletic Director H. 0. Fritz Cris-
ler, died at his farm here yester-
day afternoon.
The retired contractor passed
away after a two-week illness.
With him were his only survivors,
his wife Catherine and his son,
who rushed here from the Big Ten
Spring Conference at Lafayette,
Ind. I

Weather conditions were con-
ducive to excellent golf, but it
appeared to the coach that Mich-
igan returned to early-season
form in yesterday's rounds. Only
one man - Pat Keefe --- carded
two below-80 rounds.
His 76-79-155 gave him a two-
day total of 311. Captain Stan
Kwasiborski's 72-hole score of 308
led Michigan's team, despite his
77-81-158 yesterday.
Ray Lovell added 160 to Fri-
day's 152 for a 312 aggregate; Dick
Bither had 159 Friday and 160
yesterday for 319; Chuck Blackett
carded 168 Friday and 159 yester-
day for 327; and Larry Leach had
337 with 172 Friday and 165 yes-
terday.
Purdue Balance Wins
In the last analysis, it was Pur-
due's tremendous balance that en-
abled it to finish on top. Jon Kon-
sek led all Conference golfers with
rounds of 70-74-75-74 for a 293
total. Francis, getting better as
the meet went on, had 77-76-75-70
for 298.
Harley Drake tied for ninth
with a 72-hole total. of 305, Bob
Blackett shot 312, Ted Boots 314,
and Wally Samuels 314,
John Liechty of Iowa was the
second-best golfer of the meet and
one of the steadiest, carding a 73
and three 74s for 295. Third-place
Minnesota was led by Tom Hadley,
who had 297.

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GLENN DAVIS
ties world's record

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Continuous
Today From 1 P.M.

Track Summaries

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Pohtiac's fraction-of-a-yard
in the final relay earned it
team victory here yesterday in
Class A high school finals.

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SEXIEST PACKAGE
FROM PARISI

ONE MILE RUN - Charles Jones,
Iowa; 2, James Bowers, Illinois; 3,
Willie Atterberry, Michigan State;
4, Robert Lake, Michigan State;
5, Jack Hill, Iowa, Time 4:09.2.
SHOT PUT -1, Bob Henry, Min-
nesota, 56-11%; 2, Larry Stewart,
Illinois, 5312; 3, James Marshal,
Ohio state, 52-5; 4, Tom Peters,
Wisconsin, 52-312; 5, Sam Eliolitz,
Michigan State, 51-22. (New Big
Ten record - breaks old mark of
56-5 set by Charles Fonville, Michi-
gan, in 1948.)
440-YARD DASH - 1, Glenn Da-
vis, Ohio State; 3, George Kerr, Il-
linois; 3. Harold Caffey, Indiana;
4, Jesse Nixon, Wisconsin; 5, Reg-
gie Laconi, Indiana. Time-:45.8
(Ties world record set by James
Lea, U.S. in 1956 and breaks . Big
Ten and Collegiate record of :46.2
set by Herb McKenley, Illinois, in
1956).
100-YARD DASH - 1, Willmer
Fowler, Northwestern; 2, Bob
Mitchell, Illinois; 3, Hugh Hines,
Iowa; 4, Greg Bell, Indiana; 5, Rob-
ert McKown, Illinois. Time-:09.6.
120-YARD HIGH HURDLES - 1,
Willie May, Indiana; 2, Tom Camp-
bell, Indiana; 3, Dick Stillwagon,
Purdue; 4, Roger Hauck, Ohio
State; 5, PETE STANGER, MICHI-
GAN. Time -- :14.0 (Ties Big Ten
record set by Robert Osgood, Mich-
igan, 1937, and Willard Thompson,
Illinois 1955.)
880-YARD RUN - 1, Dave Lean,
Michigan State; 2, Michael Smith,
Indiana; 3, George Kerr, Illinois;
4, EARL DEARDORFF$ MICHIGAN;

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5, Robert Hughes, Michigan State.
Time - 1:50.1 (New Big Ten record
-breaks old mark of 1:52.2 set by
Stacey Siders, Illinois, in 1952).
220-YARD DASH - 1, Bob Mitch-
ell, Illinois; 2, Glenn Davis, Ohio
State; 3, Hugh Hines, Iowa; 4, Will-
mer Fowler, Northwestern; 5, Greg
Bell, Indiana. Time :21.3.
HIGH JUMP - 1, Ernle Haisley,
Illinois, 6-6y; 2, Ronald Mitchell,
Illinois, 6-5/; 3, Howard Nourse,
Ohio State, 6-4/2 4, tie between
Sam Mylin, Wisconsin; BRENDAN
O'REILLY, MICHIGAN, and Wayne
Berger, Minnesota 6-11/2
TWO-MILE RUN - 1, Leonard
Edelen, Minnesota; 2. Crawford
Kennedy, Michigan State; 3, Charles
Jones, Iowa; 4, Frank Hedgeock, Il-
linois; 5, Ronnie Long, Indiana.
Time - 9:03.2 (New Big Ten rec-
ord - breaks old mark of 9:10.4
set by Walter Mehl, Wisconsin, in
1938).
220-YARD LOW HURDLES -- 1,
PETER STANGER, MICHIGAN; 2,
Tom Campbell, Indiana; 3, Willie
May, Indiana; 4, Dick Stillwagon,
Purdue, 4, Lee Williams, Ohio State.
Time--:23.9.
BROAD JUMP - 1, Greg Bell,
Indiana, 25-6,~; 2, Bob Mitchell,
Illinois, 24-4y; 3, Wayne Berger,
Minnesota, 23-2; 4, Stan Morrow,
Minnesota, 23%; Glenn Davis, Ohio
State, 22-4.
ONE MILE RELAY 1, Indiana
(Williams, Smith, Laconi, Gaffey);
2, Michigan State; 3, Ohio State;
4, Illinois; 5, Purdue. Time _ 3:11.7
(New Big Ten record - breaks old
mark of 3:12.4 set by Illinois in
1946)
POIE VAULT - 1, Stan Lyons,
Ohio State, and Billy Jones, Pur-
due, tie, 14-53; 3, Jim Johnston,
Purdue, MAMON GIBSON, MICH-
IGAN, tie, 14-1%; 5, William Os-'
walt, Michigan State, and Richard
Bowers, Ohio State, tied, 13-6.

Triple-winner Bob Manning
sprinted the Chiefs to a close 431/2
to 411% edging over Flint Northern.
Earlier in the day Manning post-
ed triumphs in the 100- and 220-
yd. dashes.
Warren Cawley, Farmington
junior, edged East Detroiter Gary
Ballman in both hurdles.,
Another junior, Birmingham's
Bill Alcorn jumped a record
12'11%" in the pole vault.

FISHER BIDS FAREWELL:
Wolverines Finish Sixth with Double Win over Iowa

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(Continued from Page 1)
John Herrnstein was the only
earned run.
The Hawkeyes' Jark Nora had
the Wolverine bats completely
muffled the first five ann two-
thirds innings, allowing no hits
and no base runners past second.
But in the next two frames the
Iowa defense collapsed. Three er-
rors in the sixth inning brought in
two runs.
In the following stanza five more
counters came across on five hits
and two additional errors.
Once again Bob Stabrylla pitch-
ed brilliant relief ball. He replaced
starting Nick Liakonis to begin
the sixth, and shut out the Hawk-
eyes the rest of the way to receive
credit for the win.
The chunky senior, with junior
eligibility, pitched 15 innings dur-

ing the year without permitting
an earned run.
A fluke play in the seventh and
final inning of the second game
snapped a 5-5 tie, enabling Michi-
gan to gain a clean sweep of the
two-game series.
Jim Dickey doubled with one
out. Hutchings then hit a high
bounder to the pitcher, Rog Ru-
deen, who threw to first to get
the batter.

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Dickey raced to third and ap-
peared to be an easy out when
third baseman Don Peden stood
waiting for him with the ball,
However, the burly Wolverine
catcher crashed into Peden, loos-
ening the ball from his grasp. As
several Hawkeyes began to┬░ argue
with the umpire, Dickey emerged
from the dust and scrambled
toward the plate, the ball still lay-
ing 10 feet from the base.

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A NEW KIND OF TYPHOON
SWEEPS THE SCREEN
when PERKINS storms MANGANO!

ERIC HASS
Editor of the Weekly People willI speak in Ann Arbor on

FIRST
MICHIGAN
Myers, ss
Kucher, 2b
Sealby, rf
Roman, lb
Hutchings, 1
Herrnstein, cf
Struczewski, 3b
a-McDonald
Fead, 3b
Brown, 3b
Liakonis, p
Stabrylla, p
TOTALS
IOWA
Peden, 3b
Harsch, 2b
Weatherly, c
Long, If
Rutkowski, lb
Zanotti, lb
Haye, ss
Bougdanos, rf
Furlong, cf
Nora, p
Rudeen, p
b-Scott
TOTALS
MICHIGAN
IOWA

GAME
AB
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5;
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5th.
b-Grounded out for Rudeen in 9th.
SECOND GAME
MICHIGAN AB R H RBI
Myers,ss 220 0
Kucher, 2b 2 1 1 1
Sealby, ef 4 1; 1 1
Roman, lb 4 0 1 2
Dickey; c 4 1 2 0
Hutchings, I? 4 1 0 0
Herrn stein, p-cf 4 0 2 1
Brown, 3b 3 0 0 0
McDonald, rf 0 0 0 0
Koch, p 1 0 0 0
TOTALS 28 6 7 5
IOWA AB R H RBI
Peden, 3b 3 2 0 0
Harsch, 2b 4 2 3 0
Weatherly, c 4 1 1 1
LONG,lIf 3 0 1 3
Nora, rf 4 0 2 1
Bougdano, ss 1 0 0 0
Furlong, cf 2 0 1 0
Klinger, cf 1 0 0 0
Rutkowski, lb 3 0 0 0
Rudeen, Ip 3 00 0
Drennan, p 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 28 5 8 5
MICHIGAN 400 100 1-6 7 2
IOWA 230 000 0--5 8 4

One Iowan finally grasped the
situation but threw much too late
to stop Dickey from scoring the
winning run.
The Wolverines wasted no time
in solving starter Ron Drennan.
Ernie Myers and Bob Kucher each
drew walks to start the game,
Myers scored on Bob Sealby's
single and was followed by Kucher
and Sealby after Bill Roman un-
loaded a triple.
Rudeen, who had hurled two and
two-thirds innings of the first
game, was brought in again and
pitched the rest of the game. He
was tagged with the loss.
Although Herrnstein's day at
the plate was the best he's had
this year, his work on the mound
inspired no superlatives.
Al Koch received the relief call
and started as if be too was in for
an early shower. He got the first
two men on pop ups, but two er-
rors and three consecutive singles
permitted Iowa to go ahead, 5-4.
Koch was great the rest of the
way, holding the opposition at bay
with only t, .ee safeties.
Final Standings
Big Ten. Baseball
W L Pct.
Minnesota 11 3 .786 f
Michigan State 10 5 .667
Ohio State 9 6 .600
Illinois 8 6 .571
Wisconsin 8 7 .533
Indiana 7 8 .467
MICHIGAN 7 8 .467
Purdue 6 . 8 .429
Nrothwestern 4 10 .286.
Iowa 3 12 .200
Yesterday's Games
Minnesota 3-2, Michigan State 2-1

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MICHIGAN 7-6, Iowa 3-5
Illinois 5-10, Ohio State 1-5
Purdue 5-1, Indiana 3-6
Wisconsin 6-9, Northwestern 2-1
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Memorable Performances
by the Century's most Celebrated Artists

4.

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ALFRED CORTOT - JAC-
QUES THIBAUD - PABLO
CASALS
HAYDEN TRIO NO. 2 IN G, OP.
73
SCHUBERT TRIO NO. 1 IN B-
FLAT, OP. 99
ADOLF BUSCH CHAMBER
ORCHESTRA
BACH'S SIX BRANDENBURG
CONCERTOS (COMPLETE)
Adolf Busch, Cond Soloists: Adolf
Busch (violin), Evelyn Rothwell
(oboe), Aubrey Brain (horn),
Marcel Moyse (flute), George Esk-
dale (trumpet), Rudolf Serkin
(piano)
EDWIN FISCHER
BACH PIANO CONCERTOS NOS.
1, 4, 5 (WITH CHAMBER OR-
CHESTRA)
NADIA BOULANGER
MUSIC OF MONTEPERDI
Nadia Boulanger, Director, Vocal
Soloists & Instrumental Ensemble

FRITZ KREISLER
BEETHOVEN VIOLIN CONCERTO
IN D MAJOR, OP. 61
John Barbirolli, Cond.
The London Philharmonic
ARTHUR SCHNABEL
SCHUBERT PIANO SONATA IN
B-FLAT; ALLEGRETTO IN C
MINOR
SERGE PROKOFIEV
PROKOFIEV PIANO CONCERTO
NO. 3 IN C MAJOR
(and 18 short piano solo selec-
tions)
Piero Coppola, Cond. The London
Symphony
FEODOR CHALIAPIN
EXCERPTS FROM BORIS GODOU-
NOV, ARIAS FROM RUSSLAN
AND LUDMILLA, RUSSALKA,
PRINCE IGOR, SADKO
CLAUDIA MUZIO
ITALIAN OPERA ARIAS FROM
LA SONNAMBULA, NORMA IL
TROVATORE, LA TRAVIATA, LA
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S. MAUGHAM'S
"THE MOON and SIXPENCE"

W L Pet. G
New York 23 6 .793
Boston 18 17 .514 8
Cleveland 18 18 .500 1
Kansas City 14 16 A67 9
Baltimore 1416 .467 9
Washington 15 18 .455 1(
Chicago 14 18 .438 1(
Detroit 14 21 .400 12
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington' 6, Cleveland 3
Detroit 3, New York 2
Boston 5, Kansas City 4
Chicago 4, Baltimore 3
TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at Kansas City
Washington at Detroit (2)
New 'York at Cleveland (2)
Boston at Chicago (2)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. G)
San Francisco 24 13 .649
Milwaukee 20 12 .625 1
Pittsburgh 20 15 .571 '
Chicago 18 20 .474 6
Philadelphia 16 19 .457 '
Cincinnati 13 17 .433 73
St. Louis 14 19" .424 8
Los Angeles 13 23 .361 10
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Milwaukee 6, San Francisco 3
Philadelphia 5, Chicago 4
Cincinnati 5, Los Angeles 4
Pittsburgh 6, St. Louis 1
TODAY'S GAMES
San Francisco at Pittsburgh (2)
Chicago at Milwaukee (2)
St. Louis at Cincinnati (2)

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