Saturday, April H, , 1970
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, April 11, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAiLY
Sloppy effort marks
By RICKEY CORNFELD
A cold wind chilled Ferry Field and numbed the Wolver-
ine baseball team as it virtually sat and watched the Eastern
Michigan Hurons take a 6-3 victory yesterday.
Jeff Peck arced a homer and knocked a single, driving in
three runs for the Hurons, and Jay Kuhnie pitched seven
masterful'innings of relief to gain the victory.
The Wolverine performance was at best disappointing.
CoachMoby Benedict called it "lousy."
Defensive lapses particularly marked Michigan's play.
Four in4elderrors and apass-,
ed ball by catcher Tom Lund-1
stedt provoked Benedict to dail
say, . don't know if they can
pickup any balls hit to them."
Eastern. jumped on the score-
board with an unearned run in;
the first inning. The Hurons were
aided by third baseman Mark NIGHT EDITOR:
Carrow's throwing error. JIM KEVRA
The Hurons scored their second
unearned run in the third when
Terry "Rabbit" Collins reached s h a p e resembled his football
on ,Reggie Ball's error, stole sec- counterpart, being the biggest
ond, went to third on an infield man on the field, in size if not
out ' and scored on Lundstedt's talent, at 210 pounds.
passed- ball. Kuhnie came on in relief, and
Michigan took the lead with although he allowed a single up
three runs in the third. Dan Fife the box by Mike Rafferty, scoring
iwalked with none out, went to Kettinger a nd Lundstedt, he
second on Tom Kettinger's single otherwise stymied thedWolverine
to left, and scored on Tom Lund- batters, allowing two runs in seven
stedt's hit to right. innings and striking out four.
Kettinger and Lundstedt went Eastern unloaded its big guns
to second and third on the late on starter Helt in the fifth. With
throw home. Ronald Oestrike, one out, Collins hit a 375-foot
Eastern's coach, then lifted start- triple to left center. Then Peck
ing pitcher Jerry Kramer, who in blooped a long fly to left that was
Doubles trouble mars
victory over Indiana
Special To The Daily
BLOOMINGTON -- The Wolverines tennis team began
its defense of its Big Ten Title with a sound but unspectacular
6-3 rout (by way of St. Louis) of the Indiana Hoosiers.
Michigan clinched the win, grabbing five of the six single
matches. However, they ran into considerably more trouble
in the doubles matches.
--Daily-Thomas R. Copi
WOLVERINE SHORTSTOP Mike Rafferty (picture 1) goes back for a fly ball by Eastern Michigan relief pitcher Jay Kuhnie, (2)
makes the catch of the wind blown ball, (3) follows through and (4) recovers in yesterday's intra-county game won by the men from
Ypsilanti, 6-3. The
- - -
catch ended the Huron's four-run fifth inning. Poor defensive play marred the Wolverines' performance.
Although the victory was
the Big Ten that was not wor
head coach Brian Eisner was st
would be tough and they were.
But we are still the team to
beat in the Big Ten." Eisner
noted that the Wolverines
didn't play their best against
the second best team in the
Eisner placed most of the blame
of the Wolverines lackidasial play
on their lack of outside practice.
Mark Conti opened the string of
victories for Michigan with a three
set match 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 victory
over Mark Bishop. Conti's vic-
tory was followed by singles vic-
tories by Jon Hainline, B r u c e
Deboer and Joel Ross.
The string was broken in the
fifth singles when Hoosier Tom
Dunker defeated Ramone Al-
monte 6-3, 9-7. Part of the blame
for Almonte's loss can be attrib-
uted to the strong wind. Almonte
is a backcourt man and his long
volleys continually were blown
awry by the strong wind.
Wolverine Tim Ott closed out
the single's matches with a 6-2,
6-4 win over Herrick Walt.
In the first doubles match, Con-
ti and Ott were defeated 10-8, 6-4
by Bishop and Chuck Parsons.
Ross and Lan McLaughlin lost
the second doubles match to
Hoosiers Geoff Hudson and Darrel
Snively 4-6, 6-2 and 7-5.
Hainline and Almonte, however,
were able to avert an Indiana
sweep in the doubles by knocking
off Dunker and Tom Snyder 6-2
The Wolverines move to Colum-
bus today where they face Ohio
the first in over two years in
n by a score of 8-1 or better,
ill happy, "We envisioned they
By MICHAEL OLIN
Special To The Daily
COLUMBUS - Beautiful spring
weather marked the opening 27
holes yesterday of the Kepler In-
vitational Golf Tournament held
this year at the always long and
tough Ohio State golf course.
Michigan golfers turned in a
combined score of 607 for five
competitors after the first 27 holes
of play. This placed them in eighth
place, 35 strokes behind the tour-
nament leaders and last year's
co-Big Ten champions, Indiana
The host team, Ohio State is in
Low man for Michigan was cap-,
tain Randy Erskine who turned in
a 119 total. He was closely fol-
lowed by Keith Mohan and John
Roska with 120's. Rocky Pozza
(third ranked on the team) was
unable to play due to a National
The course played exceptionally
difficult today due mainly to high
winds and the poor condition of
the fairways and greens. Winter
rules were in effect for the day
allowing , players to move their
balls on the fairways.
Other Big Ten teams partici-
pating in the tournament include
Michigan State, Purdue, Minne-
'sota an Illinois.
BREWERS LOSE, AGAIN
ab r h rbl
Carrow 3b 5 0 0 0
Fife '4 1 0 0
Kettinger if 4 1 2 0
Lundstedt c 4 1 1, 1
Hornlyak of 4 0 0 0
Rafferty s 3 0 2 2
Bower,1b 3 0 1 0
Ball 2b 2 0 1 0
Bowenph 1 0 0 0
Balaze 2b 1 0 0 0.
Helt p 1. 0 0 0
Fleszar.p 1 0 0 0
Sullivan ph 1" 0 0 0
, I. Total 34 3 7 3
Barringercof 4 1 1 0
Collins ss 5 2 1 0
Peck 3b 5 1 ' 3
Ardellrf 4 1 0 0
Warkentien if 3 1 1 0
.Roe lb - 4 0 1 1
Holmes 2b 4 0 1 *
Krupinski e 3 0 1 1
Kramer p 1 0 0 0
I~tnep3 0 0 0
Total 36 6 8 5
E,- Carrow, Ball, Rafferty 2. B
Collins. HR - Peck. SAC - Krupinski.
SB -- Peck, Ardell, Colns.
Eastern Michigan 100 150 000-6 80
Michigan 003 000 000-"3 7 0
ip h r er bb so
Kramer 2 5 3 3 2 1
+ Kuhnie (W) 7 2.0 0 2 4
Helt (L 1-2) 4% 8 6 5 1 5
B-lesLar 4 0 044
PB - Lundstedt.
carried by the strong wind to just
over Ferry Field's new left field
fence, 350 feet away.
That cleared the bases, but the By The Associated P
Hurons were far from through. A BALTIMORE - Broo
walk and three singles tallied two son singled in Frank
more runs, the end of Eastern's with two out in the 10
scoring and also of starter Pete sending the unbeaten
Helt's stint on the mound. Orioles past the Detroit
Helt was struggling throughout yesterday for their fourt
his five innings. Although he had victory..
a good curve ball, his fast ball was Frank Robinson opene
"lousy," according to Benedict. with a walk, took sec
Tom Flszar was brought in to ground out and, after'
relieve, ald he pitched brilliantly popped out, Brooks .sing
for the rest of the game. Fleszar home.
pitched 41/3 innings without giving The hit was the eight
up a hit. His performance was the Mickey Lolich, who we
one bright spot Benedict saw in way for the loss after
the game. shutout in the President
Benedict was extremely disap- Monday.
pointed in his team's performance, A run-scoring double
watched by almost 200, the greater Belanger tied the score
part in noise, and possibly num- more in the fifth after
bers as well, made up of Huron had gone ahead 2-1 in
adherants. the inning.
"You've got to tstop making ex Dick McAuliffe opener
cuses for your players," said Bene- with Detroit's second hi
dict, "because all of a sudden you vanced to second on8
run out of excuses." bunt. Oriole starter Ji
The Wolverines will try to play retired Al Kaline, bu
less sloppily today in their double Norm Cash on four pit
header with Central Michigan at to run-scoring singles
Ferry Field at 1 p.m. Horton and Jim Northru
Tigers i n
ed the 10th
ond on a
h off loser
nt all the
the top of
d the fifth
Lit and ad-
Baltimore's first run, in the
third, was unearned as Don Bu-
ford led off with a high fly to
short center which was caught in
the wind gusts exceeding 30 miles
an hour and fell out of the reach
of second baseman McAuliffe.
Belanger walked and was trap-
ped off first, but first baseman
Cash threw the rundown toss into
left field, allowing Buford to score.
Dick Hall, 1-0, the third Balti-
more pitcher, went four innings
for the victory.
Pale hose win
CHICAGO-Rookie Jerry Jane-
ski, an after-thought gift from the
Boston Red Sox, won his first
maor league game as the Chicago
White Sox rallied for a 5-4. victory
over the Milwaukee Brewers yes-
Janeski survived a two-run Mil-
waukee first and two bases-loaded
situations. He left for Wilbur
Wood after walking two in the
eighth when Milwaukee scored
one run by T o m m y Harper's
Chitago tied it at 2-2 in the
second on Ken Berry's two-run
double off starter Gene Brabender
and then clinched its first vic-
tory with a three-run fifth, led off
by Bobby Knoop's homer.
Brabender was chased in the
fifth as the White Sox got two
more runs on Walt Williams; dou-
ble and singles by Luis Aparicio
and Carlos May.
Milwaukee's pair in the first
came on Danny Walton's two-run
single after singles by Harper and
* * *
WASHINGTON - The Boston
Red Sox scored twice in the third
ining with the help of a walk and
wild pitch last night and went on
*This 'Weekend in Sports
BASEBALL-Central Michigan (2) at Ferry Field, 1 p.m.
TEN NIS-at Ohi9 State
GOLDF-Kepler Invitational, Columbus
TRACK-Ann Arbor Relays at Ferry Field, 1 p.m.
RUGBY-Big Ten Tournament at Champaign
LACROSSE-Cincinnati at Ferry Field, 2 p.m.
RUGBY-Big Ten Tournament at Champaign
Redbirds roll over Mets, 7-3;
UCSub ciWp winless Xpos 111 ninth
By The Associated Press assault against reliever Ray Sa- Astros zonked
ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis decki on Dal Maxvill's sacrifice
Cardinals erupted for seven runs fly, a two-run triple by George HOUSTON - Hammerin' Hank
on six hits in the third inning and Culver, which center fielder Tom- Aaron's 13th career grand slam
buried the New York Mets 7-3 mie Agee misplayed, and Carde- home run and the tight pitching
in the Redbirds' debut on Busch nal's run-scoring single. I of George Stone brought the At
to a 4-1 victory over the Wash-
Mike Epstein's second homer of
the season on the first pitch of
the fourth inning prevented the
Senators fom being shut out for
the third time in four games.
Reggie Smith lined a one-out
single in the third off loser Joe
Coleman and took second on a
walk. Smith only moved to third
as Carl Yastremski's high fly
back of third fell for a double.
Smith scored as George Scott
grounded out, and Yastrzemski
scored on Coleman's wild pitch.
The Red Sox clinched it in the
ninth when Rico Petrocelli dou-
bled in one run and Luis Alvara-
do drove in another with a sac-
Jim Lonborg and Coleman each
The gymnastics team selected
new captains according to coach
Loken. New co-captains are
Rick McCurdy and Ed Howard.
Selected most valuable for the
recent national champions wasf
Sid Jensen. f
pitched seven innings, Coleman
leaving for a pinch hitter, and
both worked out of several jams.
Coleman reached his peak in the
fourth when he had the bases
loaded with two out and a 3-0
count on Smith and eventually got
him on a popup.
*' * *
KANSAS CITY - Roger Repoz
drove in three runs with a homer
and single and Alex Johnson dou-
bled home a pair in powering the
California Angels to their third
straight victory, 11-7, over the
Kansas City Royals last night.
Joe Azcue drove in two runs as
the Angels continued their lusty
hitting with 13 safeties.
The Angels scored five times in
the fifth inning and were coasting
along with a 9-1 margin. But Kan-
sas City scored three runs in the
sixth and pushed over three un-
earned runs against Rudy May in
John Wright, who gave up a
home run to Ed Kirkpatric in the
fourth and a two-run triple to
Luis Alcaraz in the sixth, gained
credit for the victory.
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Stadium Astroturf last night.
Lou Brock and Jose Cardenal
touched off the St. Louis flurry
in the third with singles off Jim
Richie Allen walked and Joe
Torre then doubled to the base of
the wall in left-center, scoring
Brock and Cardenal. Allen romped
home on Leron Lee's bloop double
in front of left fielder Cleon
Torre held thii'd on the Lee hit,
but the Cardinals continued their
Chicago at Detroit
Boston at New York
St. Louis at Minnesota
Pittsburgh at Oakland
(Chicago, Boston, St. Louis, and Oak-
land all lead best of seven series, 2
games -to 0.)
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Milwaukee at New York -- first game
in best of seven series.
Los Angeles at Atlanta - first game
in best of seven series.
Carolina 116, Indiana 107
Pittsburgh 132, Washington 124
* * *
MONTREAL - Johnny Callison
hit his first home run for Chi-
cago - a two-run shot in the
ninth inning yesterday that lifted
the Cubs to a 2-1 victory over
the still winless Montreal Expos.
Joe Sparma, 0-2, seeking his
first National League victory since
coming to Montreal from Detroit,
took a 1-0 lead and a three-hitter
into the ninth.
After a walk and a double play,
Sparma was only one out from vic-
tory when Ron Santo singled and
Callison unloaded a blast over the
right field fense as the Cubs won
for the first time in three out-j
Pirates shut out
PHILADELPHIA - Woody Fry-
man held Pittsburgh without a hit
for 713 'innings and finished with
a four-hitter as the unbeaten
Philadelphia Phillies stopped the
Pirates 2-0 yesterday on Deron
Johnson's two-run homer.
Fryman had not given anything
close to a hit until Al Oliver beat
out an infield single to shortstop
with one out in the eighth inning.
lanta Braves a 5-0 victory over
the Houston Astros last night.
When Aaron connected, Stone
and Felix Millan were aboard with
singles and Sonny Jackson with a
M1} Major League Standings
W L Pct.
hia 3 0 1.000
3 0 1.000
1 2 .333
rk 1 2 .333
Pittsburgh 1 2 .333
Montreal 0 4 .000
xCincinnati 4 0 1.000-
Atlanta 3 1 .750
xSan Francisco 2 1 .667
xSan Diego 1 2 .333
Houston 1 3 .250
xLos Angeles 0 3 .000
x Late games not included.
Chicago 2, Montreal 1
Philadelphia 2, Pittsburgh 0
St. Louis 7, New York 3
Atlanta 5, Houston 0
San Diego at Los Angeles (inc.)
Cincinnati at San Francisco (inc.)
W L Pet. G
Baltimore 4 0 1000-
Boston 2 1
Detroit 2 2
New York 1 1
Washington 1 3
Cleveland 0' 3
California 3 0]
Minnesota 2 0 ]
Kansas City 2 2
Oakland 1 2
Chicago 1 2
Milwaukee 0 3
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