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Friday, April 17, 1970"
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Mnine set for Big Ten race
By BETSY MAHON man Brian Balaze for the title of in the regular rotation but they
While the rest of the student regular second sacker. So far this have been troubled with sore arms
body longs for an end to the aca- season, Benedict has been platoon- and have seen little action. Also
demic season, the Wolverine dia- ing right hander John Hornyak slated to see plenty of action is
mondmen are looking forward to and lefty Mike Bowen in right Mike Hilkene who is a relief spe- s
the beginning of a different sea- field. Bowen holds the edge in ac- cialist.
son-the Big Ten race. tual play but Benedict will con-
The games the team has played tinue to alternate them because he THERE ARE two important
Tegaes the eam as pedn has found that system to be facets of the Big Ten season which
pidreously thiyeaf canbe rin- "basically succcessful." Bob Ma- should improve the Wolverine's
sire "ra typeo sprig taing koski, Pat Sullivan and Bob Bower play. The majority of the players
forithereaoulheaseason hihe will continue to share the first will be finished with both classes
with a doubleheader against the base spot. and exams by the time of tie Iowa
Hawkeyes at Iowa City on Aprilgame. Because of this the will be
25. However, these games have >>Y easeo hsth ilb
25, Hoeverhesey ges ape WHILE THESE players com- able to practice longer and as a
given Coach Moby Benedict ample pose Benedict's regular line up he team. They will be able to concen-
has been impressed with the hard trate solely on their baseball and
ers and decide on a line up for work of several of his younger not have to worry about acade-:.. >
the Big Ten season. ...

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THE CATCHING position is
secure in the hands of junior Tom
Lundstedt, the only member of
this year's opening line up who
was also a regular last season. An-
other junior, Mike Rafferty, has
taken a firm hold on the shortstop
position. Dan Fife has filled the
vacancy in center field and Tom
Kettinger has all but sewn up the
left field spot.
The remaining regular positions
are still up for grabs. Reggie Ball
has a slight edge over fellow fresh-

char ges, particularly freshmen
Greg Buss, Leon Roberts and Mike
Corp. He feels that if they con-
tinue to improve they "just might
run some one out of a job."
The mound corps is headed by
ace Jim Burton who Benedict ex-
pects "will do a lot of pitching
before the season is over." Back-
ing Burton up are Tom Fleszar,
who "goes out and battles" despite
difficulties with his arm, and
freshmen Pete Helt and Mickey
Elwood. Both Ed Bryson and Gene
Lanthorn are capable of pitching

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mics.
The other advantage is that the
games are more regularly sched-
uled. "Baseball was made to play
every 'day," according to Bene-
dict. "The more you play the bet-
ter you get." Playing almost daily
should go a long way toward solv-
ing the team's inexperience prob-
lem.
BENEDICT ADMITS that this
is a rebuilding year but he sees
"no reason why we can't rebuild
and be a contender at the same
tims. Because this a young club we
are bound to make mistakes. It is
possible to win without experienced
players if we come up with key
hits ad key plays. A winning team
needs a hot hand at the right time.
We haven't been coming up with
those plays so far but it is pos-
sible. The come-from-behind vic-
tory over Notre Dame may have
given us the momentum we need."
Benedict thinks that Ohio State,
Minnesota, Michigan State and
Indiana will provide his club with
their toughest competition. All
games against Big Ten teams are
equally important because "it
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Michigan State one day and lose
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every game before we come to it."
THERE IS STILL one more
outing for Michigan before the
conference race gets under way.
This Saturday the Wolverines will
host the University of Detroit
Titans in a doubleheader at Ferry
Field, starting at 1:00 p.m. The
game is a make-up contest for an
earlier doubleheader which was
rained out.
In the first meeting of the two
teams at Detroit he Wolverines
destroyed the Titans 20-5.

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This Week in Sports
April 17
TENNIS-Wisconsin, at Madison
April 18
GOLF-Illinois Invitational, at Champaign
TENNIS- Northwestern, at Evanston
TRACK-Ohio State Relays, at Columbus
April 21
TENNIS-Notre Dame
April 24
TRACK-Penn Relays, at Philadelphia
April 25
BASEBALL-Iowa, at Iowa City (2)
GOLF-Indiana Invitational, at Bloomington
TRACK-Penn Relays, at Philadelphia;
April 26
BASEBALL-Minnesota, at Minneapolis (2)
April 29
BASEBALL-Notre Dame, at-South Bend
TENNIS-Toledo
May 1
BASEBALL-Michigan State, at East Lansing
GOLF-Northern Invitational, at Champaign
TENNIS-Minnesota
May 2
BASEBALL-Michigan State
GOLF-Northern Invitational, at Champaign
TENNIS--Iowa
TRACK-Ohio State, at Columbus

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NBA players fight merger;
Ryun plans return to track
By The Associated Press
*NEW YORK - Players of the National Basketball Association,
in danger of losing the financial lever given them by the presence of
two leagues, filed an anti-trust suit yesterday in an attempt to block
a proposed merger with the American Basketball Association.
A merger "would eliminate all competition for talent in pro-
fessional basketball," the players alleged in a statement read by
attorney Lawrence Fleisher, "and should be enjoined as a violation
of the anti-trust laws.
* LAWRENCE, Kan. - Jim Ryun, University of Kansas record-
holder in the 880, mile and 1,500 meters, says he plans to return to
track competition, possible in 1971, after almost a year's layoff.
Ryun, bothered by injuries soured on competitive running by the
off-track pressures that went with it, withdrew from the national
AAU finals last year.
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