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Y. JUNE G# 1959

THE MICHIGAN D AILI

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Y. JUNE 2G. 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILI PAGE ~

Olmedo Advances
U.S. Netter Overcomes Indian Star;
Teammate MacKay Conquers Dane

in

Tourney

CELASINED EA

WIMBLEDON, England (A) -
Alex Olmedo, the hawk - faced
favorite from Peru, today defeated
highly rated Ramanathan Krish-
nan of India in the match of the
week and moved into the last 16
of the men's singles of the Wim-
bledon Tennis Championships.
Top-seeded Olmedo knocked out
22-year-old Krishnan 6-4, 3-6, 6-4,
7-5 in a match that had the center"
court crowd of 15,000 tense and
excited for 90 minutes.
Krishnan had beaten Olmedo
last week in the semifinals of the
Queen's Club Tournament but to-
day his position play and his soft
but accurate cross court taps
couldn't matchrthe Peruvian's
power.
"Olmedo's stretch across the net
is fantastic," Krishnan said after
the match. "He seems to cover the
whole length and he moved about
the court like a cat."
Mackay Wins
Barry Mackay, Olmedo's 23-
year - old American Davis Cup
teammate from Dayton, Ohio, also
advanced to the round of 16. Mac-
kay, seeded. fifth, gained a , 6-3,
Few Ducks
For Hunters
WASHINGTON (-) - The In-
terior Department had bad news{
yesterday for duck hunters.
It reported that millions of
waterfowl, forced out of their cus-
tomary nesting grounds by pro-
longed drought, were attempting
to find new nesting areas in Ca-
nada but having trouble with an

6-2, 6-4 victory over John Leschly,
an 18-year-old Dane.
Earl Buchholz, the 18-year-old
high school sensation from St.
Louis, did not play today. Buch-
holz, another Davis Cup player, is
due to meet 45-year-old Gardnar
Mulloy of Miami in the third
round tomorrow.
Olmedo and seven Americans
were involved in singles matches
today as the schedule was juggled
to clean up rained-out matches
from yesterday and to start the
doubles competition. Mackay and
four American women won their
matches. Two men were beaten.
Women Successful
Darlene Hard, the fourth-seeded
player from Montebello, Calif.,
and Sally Moore, the Bakersfield,
Calif., 18-year-old who is seeded
seventh, reached the last 16 of
women's singles with third round
victories.
Miss Hard defeated Mrs. Rose-
mary Deloford of Britain 6-0, 6-2.
Miss Moore defeated Paula Cour-
teix of France 6-4, 6-4.
In the second round. Mimi Ar-
nold of Redwood City, Calif.,
rallied from a slow start and beat
youthful Deidre Catt of Britain
2-6, 6-3, 6-4. Karol Fageros,
the statuesques Miami model,
trounced Mrs. A. H. Thomas of
Britain 6-2, 6-1.
It was Italy's blonde Lea Peri-
coli whose costume attracted at-
tention today. She displayed eye-
catching flimsy white panties on
the court as she met fifth-seeded'
Sandra Reynolds of South Africa.
But the 19-year-old Miss Reynolds
had the stronger game and won
3-6, 7-5, 6-3.
Christine Truman of England,
top-seeded, was the fourth seeded
women player to reach the round'
of 16 and all eight still are in con-
tention. She had to beat down to
beat Pat Ward of Britam 4-6, 6-4,
6-3.

eighth - seeded countryman Roy
Emerson beat Andres Gimeno of
Spain 6-2, 3-6, 6-4, 6-1.
Jean Claude Molineri, French
Davis Cupper, defeated Malcolm
Fox of Baltimore 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2
and Manuel Santana of Spain de-
feated Jack Grigry of Alhambra,
Calif., 6-2, 4-6, 4-6, 9-7, 6-1 in
second round matches.
Olmedo Confident
"Beating Krishnan gave me
more confidence," Olmedo said
after his center court tussle with
the big Indian. "He was one of
the top players in the tournament
even if he was unseeded. I'm going
into the next round with all the
confidence in the world."
More NCAA
Net Upsets
EVANSTON, Ill. (P) - Notre
Dame's Max Brown pulledthe
second major upset of the NCAA
Tennis Tournament yesterday by
eliminating third-seeded Ron
Holmberg of Tulane in the singles
quarterfinals 6-4, 6-2.
He was joined in the upper
bracket semifinals by top-seeded
Whitney Reed of San Jose State,
who rallied to defeat Art Andrews
of Iowa 2-6, 6-1, 6-1.
Andrews yesterday produced the
tournament's first upset when he
eliminated seventh-seeded Jon
Erickson of Michigan in the
fourth round.
The lower bracket quarterfinals
will be played tomorrow. Donald
Dell, Yale, seeded No. 2, will
meet Crawford Henry of Tulane,
seeded No. 5. Fourth-seeded Jerry
Moss, Miami, wil face sixth-seed-
ed Ned Neely of Georgia Tech.
Holmberg's only lead was a 4-3
margin in the first set. Brown
came back to win the next three
games, breaking the Tulane star's
service twice.
Holmberg, hampered by a blis-
ter on the middle finger of his
racket hand, was unable to take
full advantage of his usual rush-
ing game which had carried him
to victory in the first three rounds.

WINNING FORM AT WIMBLEDON-Mrs. Beverly Baker Fleitz,
ambidextrous player from Long Beach, Calif., makes left handed
return in match against South African Renee Schuurman in all-
England tennis championships at Wimbledon yesterday. Mrs.
Fleitz advanced with a 4-6, 6-4, 6-2 victory.
AT PITTSBURGH:
Suggs, Hagge Tie for First
In Women' Golf Tourne

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as four collegians headed into
tomorrow's 36-hole semifinal
round of the NCAA Golf Cham-
pionships.
Bob Moser of Georgia trimmed
Wettlaufer 1 up in the quarter-
finals to join Yale's Ted Weiss,
San Hose State's Jack Luceti, and
Houston's Dick Crawford in the
semifinals.
Wettlaufer had dumped his
Walker Cup teammate, Florida's
Hold Women's
Track Meet
CLEVELAND (P)-The nation's
women track and field stars
gather here this weekend for the
national AAU Championships.
A field of 500 women and girls
from 48 of the 50 states is ex-
pected for the two-day meet
which starts Saturday. Only
Florida and Alaska are not repre-
sented.
Thedmeet, besides settling Na-
tional Championships, will deter-
mine entries in the Pan American
Games and in a United States-
Russia meet in Philadelphia July
18 and 19.
As usual, defending champion
Tennessee'State is expected to
score heavily for top honors.
State's Margaret Matthews will
defend two titles - the 100-yard
dash and"the broad jump. She
also paced the Tennessee State
440-yard relay team at last year's
National Championships at Mor-
ristown, N. J.
That relay team won the Na-
tional Championship with a record
time of 46.9 seconds. Later, in
Moscow, the team defeated the
Russians by running the 400-
meter relay in 44.8 seconds.

Tommy Aaron, 5 and 4, in the
morning round.
But Moser, who once suffered.
from polio, picked up the 15th
hole when Wettlaufer missed a
three-foot putt and then they
halved the final three holes.
Luceti defeated Maryland's Del-
mar Beman 3 and 2, Weiss scored
a 2 and a victory over Syracuse's
Warren Simmons, and Crawford
edged Duke's Bob Zimmerman on
the 21st hole.
Wetlaufer led Moser 2 up after
the eighth hole but Moser, who
failed to qualify in last year's
tournament, captured the ninth,
10th and 11th holes to go 1 up on
the Walker Cupper.
Wettlaufer pulled even with
Moser on the 13th hole with a
birdie but when Wettlaufer missed
his 3-foot putt on the 15th and
that cost him the match:
Simmons found himself beneath
trees on the 15th and 16th greens,
losing both holes to Weiss to drop
the match.
Crawford won with a birdie on
the 472-yard 21stshole after they
had halved the first 2 extra holes
with par golf. Crawford reached
the 21st green in 2 strokes while
Zimmerman was just off the
green in the same number.
Zimmerman chipped within six
feet of the pin. Crawford needed
two putts for his birdie and won
when Zimmerman missed a six-
foot putt.
Luceti and Beman were even
after five holes, but Luceti won
the sixth, seventh and ninth holes
with par golf and took the 10th
with a birdie putt to go four up.
Beman could win only the 14th.

Defending champion Mickey
Wright of 'San Diego, Calif., and
Patty Berg, seasoned West Chi-
cago, Ill., pro who won the first
Women's Open in 1946, shared
third place with 72s. Patty shot
a pair of 36s and Miss Wright
35-37.
Miss Suggs, in a determined bid
for her third Women's Open
crown, shot a steady even par 36,
on the front nine of the tight 6,-
104 yard par 36-34-70 Churchill
course and finished with a 35, one
over par.
She was strong on her iron at
the short 7th to lose one stroke
and three-putted the 15th from
40 feet to drop another one. She
holed a 15-footer for a birdie on
the' par 5 ninth.
The most orthodox round of the
four low scorers was played by
Miss Berg. She hit 14 greens and
used 34 putts, dropping a 15-
footer for her only birdie at the
355-yard No. 8.
The field of 29 professionals and
32 amateurs found par an elusive
target. The field will be cut to the
low 40's and ties after today's
round for the rigorous double
round climax on Saturday.
Anne Quast, of Everett, Wash.,
National Women's Amateur Cham-
pion, and Miss Betty Kerby of
Akron, Ohio, led the amateur con-
tingent with 75's, five over par.
Also bracketed at 75's were Miss
Ruth JesSen of Seattle, Wash.,
Mrs. Kathy Cornelius of Dayton,
Ohio; Miss Joyce Ziske of Water-
ford, Wis.; and Miss Wanda
Sanches of Baton Rouge, La.
Miss Barbara Romack, of Sac-
ramento, Calif., former Women's
National .Amateur Champion, fired
a fat 81 and glumly remarked:
"I'm glad that is over."
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