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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, March 17, 1968

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1. Norman Mailer
CHALLEN GE 68 2. Albert Ellis
Edward Page
SO WHO IS EDWARD PAGE?
ASK:
The Unemployed of Ann Arbor
Rev. Allen or Rev. Cleague
(Detroit Inner City)
Gov. Romney

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Or-
lando Cepeda's two-run homer in
the seventh inning snapped a tie
and sent the St. Louis Cardinals
to their fourth straight exhibition
victory yesterday, a 5-4 decision
over the New York Mets.
Bob Tolan singled just ahead
of Cepeda's blast off Don Card-
well that broke a 3-3 deadlock. It
was the second homer of the
spring for the National League's
Most Valuable Player of 1967.
The Mets took a 3-0 lead with
three runs in the second inning,
two scoring on Cleon Jones' sin-
gle. But the Cards came back with
one in the third and then tied it
in the sixth on a single by Cepeda,
Mike Shannon's double, an in-
field out by John Edwards and
Dick Schofield's single.
The loss was New York's fourth
straight.
Detroit Stymied
SARASOTA, Fla. - Tommy
Davis and Luis Aparacio, both
acquired in winter deals, kept their
spring training averages above
.400 yesterday as they paced the
Chicago White Sox to a 3-1 vic-
tory over Detroit.
Aparacio and Davis each had
two hits in four at bats and are
now hitting .417 and .414, respec-
tively. The only other Chicago hits
were a double by Dick Littleton
and a single by Pete Ward.
Chicago used three front-line
pitchers in limiting the Tigers to
five hits-all singles.

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WILLIE MAYS

Detroit scored its run in the
first inning. Walks to Don Wert
and Al Kaline and a single by
Dick McAuliffe loaded the bases,
and Willie Horton then drove
Wert across with a sacrifice fly.
Chicago took the lead with two
unearned runs in the second off
John Hiller.
* * ,*
Nats Bomb Boston
WINTERHAVEN, Fla. -Wash-
ington southpaws Barry Moore
and Frank Bertaina shackled
Boston on one hit, a single by
Mike Andrews in the eighth in-
ning, as the Senators bombed the
Red Sox 9-0 in yesterday exhibi-
tion baseball action.
Eddie Brinkman and Mike Ep-
stein, hottest hitters in the Wash-
ington camp, led the Senators' 18-
hit assault with four safeties
apiece, while Del Unser chipped
in with three.
* * *

in the fifth, and the American
Leaguers tied it in the seventh.
The Cubs have a 4-5 record and
Cleveland 4-4.
Astros Rock Twins I
COCOA, Fla. - The Houston
Astros rocked Jim Ollom for five
runs in the second inning and
they held up for a 5-2 victory over
the Minnesota Twins yesterday.
Ron Davis' three-run homer,
his second of the spring, cli-
maxed the big baseball exhibition
uprising.
Danny Morris, Ron Keller and
Joe Grzenda combined to pitch
shutout ball thereafter, but the
damage was done.
* * *
Phillies Battered
CLEARWATER, Fla. - The
Pittsburgh Pirates unloaded a 17-
hit barrage, including three by
rookie shortstop Fred Patek, in
a 7-4 exhibition victory over the
Philadelphia Phillies yesterday.
The Pirates jumped to a 2-0
lead in the first inning and were
never headed, as they rapped
three Phillie pitchers.
Giants Win 13-2 Farce
PHOENIX, ARIZ.-Willie Mays
got the Giants' first home run in
their nine Cactus League games
as San Francisco beat the Cali-
fornia Angels 13-2 yesterday.
The Giants clobbered starter
Sam Ellis for nine runs on 7 hits
and four walks in 32-3 innings,
including five runs in the third.
The game wound up in a trav-
esty of Giants batting out of order,
with sanction of Angel manager
Bill Rigney after an initial pro-
test, and tacit approval of plate
umpire Mel Steiner. They let the
farce proceed because it was an
exhibition game.

Released State Mental
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and shut out the Athletics 2-0 in
an exhibition baseball game yes-
terday afternoon.
The Braves scored first when
Felipe Alou singled and brought
Woody Woodward home from
second base. Woodward got on
base on a fielding error by Oak-
land shortstop Bert Campaneris.

The Braves scored again in the
seventh inning when Felix Millan
reached first on a drag bunt sin-
gle, stole second, and scored on
a grounder by Alou.
Brinkman had a three-run ho-
mer and three singles before he
lined sharply to center in his final
trip to the plate.

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in the third and seventh innings
the winning run as the Chicago
Cubs nipped the Cleveland In- SCORES
dians 2-1 yesterday in exhibition
baseball. EXHIBITION BASEBALL
Kessinger, who w .s charged Chicago (A) 3, Detroit I
with three errors in the field, sin- Houston 5, Minnesota 2
gled with one out in the seventh. Washington 9, Boston 4 ,
He took second on a balk by los- St. Louis 5, New York (N) 4
ing pitcher Darrell Sutherland, Pittsburgh 7, Philadelphia 4
stole third and continued across Chicago (N) 2, Cleveland I
San rancsco13, California 2
the plate on Sutherland's throw- Cincinnati vs. New York A, rain-
ing error. ;edout
The Cubs scored their first run Los Angeles 7, Baltimore 3

Michigan won its last four
basketball games. However, this
upsurge was definitely not
enough to erase the memory of
the previous defeats of a disap-
piointing 11-13 season.
This year, like last season,
the Wolverines were upended
in a number of close games.
Out of the 10 games played
where the final score was with-
in six points, Michigan fell on
the short end of seven; and it
was not until February that the
Wolverines won their first
closely contested Big Ten game
-a 67-65 upset of Illinois at
Champaign.
Despite the presence of such
talents as High School All-
Americans Dennis Stewart,
Rudy Tomjanovich, and Bob
Sullivan, the team was unable
to function as an effective unit
until its surprise victory at Ill-
inois.
Why? When was the last
time a Michigan player set a
pick for one of the Wolverines'
fine shots?
When was the last time
Michigan played an aggressive
forcing TEAM defense or work
a series of TEAM plays which
netted open 15-foot shots in-
stead of totally individualistic
playground efforts?
In addition, how often have
the Wolverines been seen ef-
fectively boxing out on their de-
fensive board to continually
limit their opponents to one
shot?
Other opinions of Michigan's
talent were effectively sum-
med up by a Davidson Scout-
ing report which said that Van-
derbilt's talent was no better
than Michigan's. The highly-
rated Commodores were 2274.
However, this trend appears
to be finally changing after two
trying seasons. The turning
point seemed to take place at
Illinois where the Wolverines
came from behind against the
favored Illini to score their
first Big Ten road victory in
two years.
In this game, Mark Henry
came off the bench to weld the
Wolverine attack into a team
effort.
Although Henry has not
played much since that game,
the team has begun to jell.
Coach Dave Strack was espec-
ially cheered by his team's uni-
ted effort against Iowa which
gave them several close-in
field goals in a 71-70 upset vic-
tory.
A number of other improve-
ments were also responsible for
the team's sudden reversal and
should help the Wolverines to
a successful season next year.

Ken Maxey, an erratic and
flashy ballplayer as a sopho-
more last year. became much
more steady and now acts as
the team's quarterback. The
speed of 5'9" guard is an asset
to the team, and his turnovers
have been greatly reduced.
Junior Stewart, one of the
smoothest players to be seen
anywhere, has begun to realize
the potential attributed to him
when he first came here as a
freshman.
Moved away from the re-
stricting center position, the
6'6" forward has once again
begun to hit his favorite out-
side shots. He has also become
an effective power underneath
the boards.
As a forward, Sullivan re-
ceived much of the blame for
Michigan's erratic play in the
last two years. But he has
flourished since his change to
the center position.
The 6'4" junior began to find
the range with his twisting,
off balance, and behind-the-
back shots. His passes off the
high ppst have begun to result
in a number of easy layups ra-
ther than in turnovers as has
happened in the past,
Rudy Tomjanovich and Jim
Pitts provided a consistently
high level of performance since
the start of the season. Tom-
janovich, 6'7' sophomore, led
the team in rebounds with 323
and his outstanding jump shots
sparked the team's offensive ef-
forts.
Pitts, captain and only sen-
ior on the squad, exhibited an
aggressive style of play which
often resulted in an extra two
points underneath the offen-
sive backboard.
Playing with all the abandon
of a hard-nosed Detroit play-
ground ballplayer, he was a
constant force on both back-
boards and was extremely ef-
fective in his baseline shots.
And, the future seems bright.
Pitts was the only senior, and
although he will be missed, the
entire squad will have an extra
year of experience. Rick Blood-
worth, Mark Henry, and fresh-
man Dan Fife are all capable
of playing the guard spot; and
Willie Edwards, Dave McClel-
lan, and freshmen Tom Lund-
stedt and Rodney Ford all
could help out at forward.
Finally, and most important,
it appears as if, the team has
learned to play together. It
has cut down its huge number
of turnovers, and its stunning
71-70 victory over Iowa re-
vealed all the talent which has
been hidden the last two years.
-DAN STEINHARDT

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