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PAGE. EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1967

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TUCSON-When the Mets lose
23-18, it figures.
But when Michigan loses 21-2
it's a fluke.
After Monday's humiliating de-
feat to Arizona, the Wolverines
bounced back and beat Albuquer-
que 1-0 in the first game before
being blanked themselves, 2-0, by
Arizona.
Righthander Joe Notz, a sopho-
more from Scranton, Pa., pitched
a strong two-hitter in blanking
the New Mexicans.
Appearing for the first time this
season, Notz struck out eight while
walking only two. The sophomore
did not give up a hit until the
seventh inning when Albuquerque
shortstop Ron Lente. hit a shot
right back at him. He could only
deflect the shot as it went for an
infield single. Notz then gave up
a clean single before retiring the,
side with no damage done.
Only Run
Michigan's only run came in
the fifth inning off losing pitcher
John Sanchez. John Kraft, the
Wolverine catcher, led off the fifth
inning with his second single of
the game. After Notz walked,
Michigan third baseman Glen
Redmon reached first safely on an
error. With the bases loaded Rick
Sygar, a defensive football star,
hit a shot to short. The throw to
second got Redmon, but Sygar
beat the relay to first as Kraft
crossed the plate with the only
run of the game.
Sophomore rightfielder John

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Arvai got the only other hit of
the game for Michigan when he
led off the sixth with a double to
right.
Michigan senior Joe Kerr lock-
ed up with Arizona's All-America
pitcher Pat O'Brien in the sec-
ond game with the Wolverines
coming out on the short end of
the pitcher's duel.
O'Brien, who was last year's
best collegiate percentage pitcher
with a 12-1 record, pitched a fine
two-hitter to give the Wildcats
their second victory over the Wol-
verines in three meetings. Kerr
also put forth a good effort, but

was the victim of several Wolver- 1
ine miscues. ,
The first Arizona run came in
the fourth inning when two con- IS ~ k h
secutive Michigan errors left men
on first and third with none out.
Kerr got the nexttman to hit into
a double-play as the winning run u r v d n r u as
scored.P c
The Wildcats got an insurance
run in the eighth when Terry De-
Wald led off the inning with a
double. He then moved to third
when Kerr uncorked a wild pitch
while trying to intentionally walk It doesn't take long to get tired of campaign orations and exhor-
shortstop Ed Leon. When Leon and tations.f
DeWald pulled off a successful:
double steal Arizona wrapped up It also doesn't take long to get tired of playing tennis on courts
the game, simulating a concrete cast of the Pacific Ocean, of finding the ocean's
Michigan had several scoring op- spray ankle-deep on the floor of the I-M 'Building during the two
portunities, but was unable to hours a day it is open for basketball, or of paying the price of a
capitalize on any of them. Caribbean cruise to attend Michigan's major sporting events.
Soph shortstop Steve Forsythe I think most students are more tired of the latter. That's why
butw hen Kerr's bunt was fielded I'm willing to risk alienating a few of the campaign-weary to
by O'Brien he pegged to third and endorse Howard Kohn for the Board in Control of Intercollegiate
nailed Forsythe to end that threat. Athletics.
In the ninth, leftfielder Less Kohn is on The Daily sports staff. As a sports reporter, he is
Tanona singled to right after Red- familiar with the operations of the entire athletic program. When the
mon had reached first on an error. cost of football tickets was raised again this year, he wrote the story.
With one out, centerfielder Keith When Prof. Marcus Plant of the Law School was appointed president
Spicer hit a blooper to short which of the NCAA last month, The Daily broke the story first--under
the Wildcat shortstop trapped. The
shortstop tagged Redmon and Howard John's byline. Knowledge is power, and a knowledgable board
threw to second to nail Tanona. member will be an influential one.
There was nothing the Wolverine As a member of The Daily, Kohn will have ready access to
base runners could do. communication with the University community, and will thus also
Michigan (4-2), faces Arizona have-at least potentially-the power of public opinion at his side.
(10-4) in a single game today. The Perhaps this might scare some people off. There's a conflict of
Wolverines are hoping for a interest when someone is on The Daily and on the board, they say.
change of luck and maybe even a And who really wants a student to have any power anyway?
repeat performance of last Sat- The answers are simple. Kohn is a student; he will represent a
urday when Michigan defeated student's interests on the board. These may not be all student's in-
ArPching for the Wolverines ill terests because the interests of all students are not the same. And
be southpaw Geoff Zahn, who shut they certainly won't be Fritz Crisler's interests either, as they have
out Santa Clara in his only per- been when an athlete has occupied the student chair.
formance this year. Kohn has made his interests clear. He wants an improved
intramural program. He wants students to have a say in how the
Line Scores money they spend on athletics will be used, and he wants to end
ALBU'QUE 000 000 000 0-0 2 3 ticket price increases made by fiat and without prior public
MICHIGAN 000 000 010 x-1 3 0 discussion or knowledge.
Sanchez and Walker; Notz and Kohn has been one of The Daily's most prolific and dependable
Kraft.
MICHIGAN 000 000 000-0 2 3 reporters. He will be an energetic, independent student representative
ARIZONA 000 100 01x-2 4 3' on the board. A decent intramural program and reasonable ticket
and Nelson; O'Brien and pricesare worth a well-considered vote.
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MARCH 22-25
The University will be host to a national student conference
with delegates attending from 30 colleges across the country.
The Sesquicentennial Conference Committee would like to
announce that the following sessions are open to the public.
NATIONAL STUDENT
SESQUICENTENNIAL CONFERENCE
ANNOUNCES:
THURSDAY, MARCH 23rd-9 A.M.-10 A.M.-Dr. Joel Isaacson,
Professor of History of Art, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. speaking on
"HOW SOCIAL CHANGE IS REFLECTED IN ART"
2 P.M.-3 P.M.-Dr. Henry Aiken, Professor of Philosophy, Brandeis,
Angell Hall Aud. A
"PHILOSOPHY IN A SOCIETY IN TRANSITION"
FRIDAY, MARCH 24th-10 A.M.-1 I A.M.-Senator Edmund Muskie,
from Maine, Rackham Lecture Hall
"POLITICS IN A SOCIETY IN TRANSITION"
7 P.M.-Reception in the League-Vandenburg Room
open to the public to meet with conference delegates.

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