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Wednesday, April 16, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WOLVERINES BOUNCE IRISH:

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By PHIL HERTZ
Off yesterday's results, Bob Arn-
zen of Notre Dame and Dan Fife
of Michigan should forego their
pitching careers and stick to bas-
ketball where they have achieved
stardom.
Both hurlers took their lumps
during yesterday's contest between'
the two schools, but Arnzen got
the worst of it and the Wolver-
ines were able to defeat Notre
Dame, 7-1, in a contest played in
a drizzle at Ferry Field.'
Arnzen, the six-foot-five A 11 -
American, was bombed by the
Wolverine batsmen for 11 hits in
413 innings on the hill and yield-
ed all seven Michigan runs. The
loss was the first decision of the
year for the Notre Dame right-
hander, who led all Irish pitchers
two years ago with a 5-1 mark,
ST. LOUIS (W)-Gordon Be-
renson, the high-scoring former
,Wolverine star, ran off a three-
goal hat trick in the second pe-
riod Tuesday night as the St.
Louis Blues whipped the Los
Angeles Kings 4-0, in the open-
ing ganme of the National Hockey
League-Western Division playoff
finals.

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INDIAN UPRISING:
T imid Tigers tamed in tenth;
Cu'big sticks bombard Bucs

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NIGHT EDITOR:
JOE MARKER

but who did not play baseball last
season because he was trying out
for the Olympic Basketball Team.
* Arnzen was in trouble from the
beginning of the game. He walked
leadoff batter John Arvai in the
first. After getting Bud Forsythe
to force Arvai at second, he w a s
touched for singles by Glenn Red-
mon and John Kraft which pro-
duced the Wolverines' first tally.
The Notre Dame hurler escaped
without damage from the second,
third and fourth, innings, but the
roof caved in on the basketball
star in the fifth.
Shortstop Chuck Schmidt led
off the frame with a single under
the third baseman's glove into left'
field. Mike Rafferty followed with
a single to right which advanced
Schmidt to third where he was

able to score on John Ritter's
grounder to second. Ritter reached
first on the play when Irish sec-
ond sacker Nick Scarpelli tried to
cut Schmidt down at the plate.
Rafferty advanced to second on
the play.
Arvai's secrifice moved the run-
ners into scoring position at se-
,cond and third where they were
able to score on Forsythe's single
to center. The barrage contin-
ued with singles by Redmon and
Kraft which loaded the bases. Jim
Hosler's long fly to left scored
Forsythe with the fourth run of
the inning.
Both Kraft and Redmon held
their bases on Hosler's fly, but
on the first pitch to catcher Tom
Lundstedt, Redmon led a double
steal which put the runners in
position to score on Lundstedt's
line single to center, bringing the
Wolverines to a 7-1 lead.
Schmidt followed Lundstedt's
hit with another single before
Notre Dame Coach Jake Kline
lifted Arnzen in favor of B o b
Jaeger, who held the Wolverines,
hitless for the remainder of the
contest.
Fife, who was the third leading
scorer on the Michigan basketball
team, also had his troubles. He
pitched only the fifth inning and
allowed. the Irish run on t h r e e
walks and Notre bame's first hit
in 12% innings, a single by Jim
Geiselman, before being remov-
ed by Michigan Coach Mody
Benedict with the bases loaded
and two down in favor of Ritter,
who retired Scarpelli on a fly to
left to end the frame without fur-
ther damage.

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By The ,AsOcdated Press
CLEVELAND - Jose Cardenal's
sacrifice fly scored Max Alvis in
the 10th inning and gave Cleve-
land a 3-2 victory over the Detroit
Tigers yesterday. The victory was
the Indians' first triumph after
five defeats.
With the score tied 2-2. Alvis
singled with one out in the 10th
and went to third on another
single by pinch-hitter Cap Peter-
son. Cardenal then lofted a fly to
Al Kaline in right field, and Alvis
raced home after the catch.
The Indians had tied the game
2-2 in the seventh when Cardenal
led off with a single, moved to
second on Larry Brown's walk,
stole third and scored on Tony
Horton's infield out.
The Tigers twice forged one-run
leads in the early innings. Willie
Horton walloped his second homer
of the season in the second. But
Cleveland tied it in its half of the
frame when Jose Azcue hit his
first homer of the- campaign.
Cubs lumber on
CHICAGO-Home runs by Billy
Williams and rookie Don Young
plus solid relief pitching by Hank
Aguirre and Ted Abernathy car-

home opening victory over the Twins tingle
Washington Senators.
Rookie Jerry Kenney, another OAKLAND-Minnesota cracked
.main cog in the Yanks5 youth three home runs but a ninth-
movement, put New York ahead to inning run-scoring single by Tony
stay 3-2 with a run-scoring single Oliva provided the edge as the
in the sixth. Veteran Joe Pepitone Twins held off Oakland 5-4 yes-
and Horace Clark also joined in- terday.
Pepitone belting a two-run homer Oliva and Harmon Killebrew
and Clarke an RBI single. had cracked consecutive home
Murcer hit his third homer of runs in the eighth inning to give
the season, a shot into the upper- the Twins a 4-2 margin after
deck in right field, in the third
and singled home a run in the Rich Reese had tied it for Min-
fifth. nesota in the seventh with a two-

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Major League Standings

Boston
Baltimore
New York
Detroit
Washington
Cleveland

American League
Eastern Division
W L
5 3
4 3
3 3
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2 15

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.571
.500
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.167
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Eastern
GB
Chicago
Pittsburgh
1 St. Louis
izMntreal

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Division
W L
7 1
S 3
4 4

-Daily-Andy Sacks
WOLVERINE FIRST-BASEMAN Jim Hosler (12) slides into second base too late to avoid a force-
out in yesterday's action against Notre Dame. Hosler's aggressive play was typical of the Wolverines'
efforts, as they out-hustled the Irish, 7-1.

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WesernDivsio
ansas city 5 2
,alifornia 3 3
eattle 3 3
hicago 3 3
akiand ? 3 4
Minnesota 2 4
Yesterday's Results
New York $, Washington 2
Baltimo}re 10, Boston 5
Cleveland 3, Detroit 2
Minnesota 5, Oakland 4

24 xNew York 3 5
3s xPhiladelphia 2 6
Western Division
Atlanta 6 2
- xLos Angeles 3 3
11- ;xSain Diego a33
ii xSan Francisco 3 3"
l1; Houston 3 5
2 xCincinnati 2 4
21 x-Late game not included.
Yesterday's Result
St. Louis 4, Montreal,3
Chicago 7, Pittsburgh 4
New York 6, Philadelphia 3
Houston 4, Atlanta 2
San Francisco at Cincinnati
San Diego at Los Angeles, in
Today's Games
Montreal at Philadelphia, n
.New York at Pittsburgh, nig

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Aside from Fife's performance,
the Wolverine pitching in t h e
contest was outstanding. Starter
Jim Burton was untouchable dur-
ing his four innings on the hill. He
struck out the first six, and nine
of the first ten, Notre Dame bat-
ters. He allowed no hits and only
an errant pitch which struck Irish
third baseman Tom Lux on the el-
bow kept the Wolverine southpaw
from a perfect four inning stint.
Benedict said after the contest
that he removed Burton because
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lowed only one hit, and with the
exception of the sixth inning -when
Notre Dame loaded the bases, was
in complete control from the time
he relieved Fife until the con-
clusion of the contest.
Michigan will be back in action
Friday at 3:30 against Michigan
State in East Lansing. Saturday
the Wolverines will entertain the
Spartans in a single contest start-
ing at 1:30 at Ferry Field.

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QRE DAME () ried the rampaging Chicago Cubs
ab r h rhi to a 7-4 victory over Pittsburgh
2 0 0 0 yesterday.
4 0 0 0 The triumph was the seventh in
4 0o010 eight games for the leaderg of the
3 1 0 0 National League's Eastern Divi-
e0 0 0 Sion.
ef 2 0 1 0 Roberto Clemente's first inning
3 0 0 0 home run was equalized in the
1O 0 0 same inning by Williams, and
I o 0o Young put the Cubs ahead to
1 0 0 0 'stay with a two-run homer in the
V z0second.
MICHIGAN (7) Cub starter -Joe Niekro unloaded
ab r h rbi. a two-run double to feature a
o 0 o three-run Cub uprising in the
4 0 0 fourth, but he couldn't get through
4 i 2 o the fifth in order to post his first
4 1 2 1 pitching victory.
3 1 1 1 m
c4 0 1 2 '
4 1 2 0 ' lan kees dandy
4 1 1 0
1 0 0 0 NEW YORK-Bob Murcer drove
0 0 0 in four runs with a homer, single

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Today's Games
Detroit at Cleveland (N)
California at Oakland (N)
Minnesota at Seattle (N)
Kansas City at Chicago
Washington at New York
Baltimore at Boston

Chicago a St. Louis, night
Atlanta at Houston, night
San Diego at Los Angeles, night

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Hawks scalp Lake

ATLANTA (J)-Balanced scor-
ing by Zelmo Beaty, Lou Hudson
and Walt Hazzard paced Atlanta
to a 99-86 victory over Los Ange-
'les last night and moved the
Hawks within one game of tying
the 'best of seven final- series for
the National Basketball Associa-
tion's' Western Division crown.
Atlanta, which entered last

best of seven series, fell behind by
as much as seven points in the
opening period but took the lead
in the second period. The Hawks
never lost the advantage except
on two occasions in -he final per-
iod when they trailed by one,
But Beaty poured in 17 of his 22
points for the night in the second

e n enae TO use the nlefthand- c ti'i -j l 0
er against Michigan State t h i s l o,
weekend. The Wolverine mentor ,F
added, "I wanted to give Burton a in ABA d ft K
good workout before the week- I daft
Ritter also was impressive dur- Michigan's Dennis Stewart was S
ing his tour on the mound. He al- drafted yesterday by the Los An- R,
geles Stars of the American Bas- BI
ketball Association. He thus be- j
came the first Michigan cager to IRj
rs 9 9 8 6 be selected in this year's pro draft.
The 6-6 Steelton, Pa., senior
did not state whether he would
advantage persitently in the final sign with the West Coast team. "I
four minutes. still am watching the NBA draft
With the Lakers leading 74-73 (May 7), and I also have g r a d
Beaty hit a 15-foot jump shot to school possibilities,'" he said.
give Atlanta the lead for good. Hank Ives, publicity director for
Hazzard hit another jumper, Bill the Stars, said of Stewart's selec-
Bridges made a hook shot and tion: "We were looking for a big,
Atlanta built its lead to five points strong front-court man, as we
before the Lakers could score already have several good guards.
again. Stewart impressed Coach Bill
Los Angeles never got closer Sharman with his play in the
than two points in the final five Aloha Classic, and so we picked
minutes. him."
Wilt Chamberlain was held to, In that all-star game, held in
seven points through the first Honolulu a week ago today, Ste-
three periods, but popped in 10 wart scored 29 points to lead the
during the final 12 minutes to East to victoiry.
finish the night with 17.
John Egan, the 6-foot guard
who was the smallest player on
the floor, paced the Lakers with
19. Jerry West, who has been the
,Lakers top scorer in the playoffs, Sell
was limited to 13 points.
Hazzard finished the night
with 19 points while Hudson had a
17.

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night's game trailing 2-0 in the half and the Hawks widened their
. J. fixes minor league ball;
sore arm sidelines Lonborg
By The Associated Press
# INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.-O. J. Simpson has turned down an
attractive offer to play minor league football to continue negotiations
to play in the major leagues.
In a telegram to the Indianapolis Capitols dated April 11, last
year's Heisman Trophy winner from Southern California said he
would continue to pursue a spot in the American-National Football
League.
# BOSTON-Jim Lonborg, the 1967 Cy Young Award winner l
who slumped to a 6-10 record last season, appears to be lost to the;
Boston Red Sox indefinitely because of a shoulder ailment.I
Lonborg, who had shoulder trouble in 1968, suffered a recurrence
of his arm problems in spring training and again in the season
opener against Baltimore.
# MINNEAPOLIS-Indiana center Mel Daniels missed by just
two ballots of becoming a unanimous selection on the American
Basketball Association All-Star team announced yesterday.
Daniels received 9,650 points out of a possible 1,000 in the votinga
by a panel of sports writers and broadcasters covering the league.
Joining Daniels on the first team were guards Larry Jones ,of Denver
and James Jones of New Orleans, and forwards Rick Barry of
Oakland and Connie Hawkins of Minnesota.
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