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THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1967

THE MICHIGA Y DAILY

P"ACrE SEVEN

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M' Infield Has Link, No Chain

By JON SISKIN while playing in only 28 of the Gilhooley anchored the rock-)
Infield standouts Chad Simonds 32 Michigan games. ribbed infield last year with his
adByhavegrdua To make up for Simonds' loss, steady fielding, and also demon-
Benedict has decided to move sen- strated prowess at the plate, where;
and have since moved on to minor ior outfielder Les Tanona to the he compiled a .292 average with
leaguetcompetition. t initial sack. 'Les is a strong hit- 23 RBI's, one behind Simonds'
And returning letterman Keith ter,, .and I'm confident he can team leading total.
Spicer, a fixture at thirddbase last handle most anything that comes Super Soph
season, has been switched to right his way in the field," praised Benedict has designated the un-
f elathe e md Benedict. Tanona sported a lofty enviable task of filling the short-
up three-fourths of a smoothwork- .330 batting percentage last sea- stop vacancy to Chuck Schmidt,;
son with an impressive 21 RBI's. an apple-cheeked sophomore with
ing, well-coordinated infield of a Extra Points great possibilities. "Anytime you
year ago. An infield combination Exr'Pit
Wolverine coach Moby Benedict If any position can be rated 'as take the place of a guy like Gil-
wil soelymis. iththedepr-solid, it has to be second base hooley the pressure is bound to
will sorely miss. With the depar-soithatobsend ae mount up, but after getting ad-;
ture of Simonds and Gilhooley and where Rick Sygar, who also star- Dusted Schmidt ought to come
the shift of Spicer, this year's Wol- red as a safety and kicker on the tu hrd well ous," Be
verine infield unit is faced with gridiron last fall, returns a sea- through real well for us," Bene-
inexperience soned veteran. S y g a r, oddly dict philosophized.
inexpriene. Spicer, who manned third base
Michigan fans might well re- enough, is the only Wolverine last year and carried an average
member the play of first baseman with the exception of pitchers) of .223 is being moved to right
Simonds, a slick fielder who wield- who will be at the same position field because, according, according
ed a sizzling bat with a knack for that he occupied last year. to Benedict, "he's got the rifle
getting the clutch hit. Simonds, Sygar is a fine glove man and i arm you need out there."

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Glenn Redmon, who along with
Schmidt are two of the 11 sopho-
mores on this year's squad, will
move in as the regular third
sacker. Redmon comes with the
reputation as a powerful batsman,
with the hope that he can also
handle the fielding chores.
With the Wolverines departing
on a scheduled 11 game exhibi-
tion trip to Arizona this weekend,
Benedict will have the chance to
see how well his newly-formed
infield can work together,
Many mistakes are liable to oc-
cur in the early going, but as the
season progresses Benedict feels
that "the boys should become ad-
justed to each other's style of play,
and the early fundamental mis-
takes should iron themselves out.
"Once these sophomores get
some confidence after playing un-
der fire, there should be no hold-
ing them."

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now playing for a Detroit farm
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no pushover at the plate either,
hitting at a .268 clip last season.
Mel Wakabayashi, who shared the
second base with Sygar, graduated
this past December to leave soph-
omore Bud Forsythe as the num-
ber one backup man. Benedict
feels that Forsythe "has tremen-
dous potential and could be a real
goodone before the end of the
year."~
Gilhooley, last year's shortstop
and team captain, is presently
working his way upward in the
Detroit Tigers' farm system. "Bob
could do everything well," Bene-
dict wishfully recalls. "Players like
him don't come along very often."

Bulls Top, Detroit,
Climb to Fourth

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By The Associated Press ,
DETROIT - A limping Jerry
Sloan led the Chicago, Bulls to a
98-91 victory over the Detroit Pis-
tons last night and into fourth
place in the National Basketball
Association's Western Division.
Sloan drilled in 32 points as the
Bulls took the driver's seat in their
battle with the Pistons for the
final playoff position in the divi-
sion.
Sloan led a third period Chi-
cago explosion that sent. the Bulls
ahead 77-73 by the period's end.
Baskets by Reggie Harding and
Dave Bing twice pulled Detroit to
within three points of the Bulls
before a jumper from 20 feet by
Jerry Ward with 45 seconds re-
maining put the game out of
reach.
Bing had 28 points for Detroit.
* * *
CINCINNATI - The Cincinnati
Royals almost blew a seven-point
lead in the last minute and ten
seconds but managed to hang on
for an 112-108 victory over Boston
in a National Basketball Associa-
tion game last night.

HathawayHallmarks
(Or what we hoped Dick Cavett would mention)

The victory gave the Royals sole
possession of third place in the
NBA's Eastern Division.
The Royals were on the way to
their first victory over the Celtics
this season when Larry Siegfried's
jump shot cut their margin to
108-103.
In the next seven seconds, Bos-
ton. stole two Cincinnati passes
and converted them to baskets to
make it 108-107 with 1:02 left.
Free throws by Jerry Lucas and
Len Chappell made it 110-107 with
11 seconds left and then Siegfried
sank a free throw for Boston. Os-
car Robertson finished the scor-
ing by sinking two free throws,
running his string to 34 in a row.
The score was tied 59-59 at
intermission and Cincinnati pull-'
ed ahead for good halfway
through the third period. Robert-
son led all players with 31 points
and 15 assists while John Havlicek
paced Boston with 30.
* * *
BALTIMORE - The Baltimore
Bullets rallied each time New York
pulled within striking distance and
whipped the Knickerbockers 121-
114 last night in a National Bas-
ketball Association game.
The loss dumped the Knicks
into fourth place in the Eastern
Division, one game behind the
Cincinnati Royals.
Baltimore rallied for the last
time after the Knicks moved to
within 109-105 with less than two
minutes remaining.
Kevin Loughery, who led the
Bullets with 29 points, then sank
two free throws and Johnny Egan
connected on a three-point play
to stretch Baltimore's advantage
to 114-105 with 1:24 left.
Walt Bellamy had 32 points and
29 rebounds, while Willis Reed
scored 31 points for New York.

RICK SYGAR

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