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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIG.A X DAILY

FRMAX, APRIL 14, 196 i

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGA ~ DAILY FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1967

Big

'M' Nine at Indiana:
Ten Slate Opens

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By ANDY BARBAS
Michigan opens the Big Ten
baseball season today as it meets
Indiana in a doubleheader in
Bloomington. After the Hoosiers,
the Wolverines travel to Ohio
State for another doubleheader
tomorrow.
The Wolverines come into the
conference season this year with
a very good shot at the title- De-
fending champion Ohio State is
not expected to repeat this year,
and Michigan's biggest competi-
tion should come from Minnesota,
which finished second last year.
The diamondmen move into the
weekend in very strong condition.
They tote an eight game winning
streak giving them a 12-4 record.
Outfielder Keith Spicer is pres-
ently leading non-conference com-
petition with 19 runs batted in,
with third sacker Glenn Redmon
knocking in 10 and placing sixth
on the list. Redmon is also ninth
in the league in batting with a
,375 average.
Just as Strong
The pitching staff is just as
strong. Bill Zepp is second' in the
non-conference activity with a
0.44 earned run average while
Geoff Zahn is sixth and Joe Kerr
rates eighth. Most likely, the three
will be starting this weekend along
with either Joe Notz, Dave Ren-
kiewicz, or Jim Lyijynen handling
the fourth game.
Indiana comes into today's con-
test with a rather poor 5-9 record.
The Hoosiers' biggest asset this
year has been their pitching.
Gary Sargent, who has given up

GARY SARGENT

Inexperience has proved the
major cause of both problems. In-
diana lost its complete infield and
one of its outfielders. This includ-
ed Big Ten batting champion
Jack Campbell who batted .381 at
first base, and shortstop Jim De-
Neff, who grabbed a bonus con-
tract with the California Angels
as a junior after batting .354 and
leading the team in home. runs
last year.
Bright Spot
The, Hoosier's only other bright
spot is behind the plate where
captain Mike Holloway, who bat-
ted .307 and drove in 20 runs last
year, will handle the Indian
hurlers.
Ohio State, last year's Big Ten
and NCAA champions, finds itself
in almost the same position as
Indiana. Five of last year's top
performers will be missing from
the squad this year,
Pitcher Steve Arlin, twice an
all-American, departed to the
Philadelphia Phillies after his jun-
ior year, along with his graduated
battery-mate, Chuck Brinkman, a
second team all-American. Leav-
ing with Arlin and Brinkman were
first baseman Russ Nagelson, cen-
terfielder Bobby Baker, and short-
stop Roger Sexton. Both Baker
and Sexton, who were sophomores
last year, encountered scholastic
difficulties and were dropped from
school.
Best Department
Even with the loss of Arlin,
pitching is Ohio State's best de-
partment. Returning are juniors
Dick' Boggs, Mike Swain, and
Keith Stilwel; with a number of
promising new sophomores. One
of these sophomores, southpaw
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only 11 hits and one earned run
this year "will work the first game
against Michigan," 'according to
Coach Ernie Andres. He added
that "Erv Inninger is slated for
the second game."
Cancelled Out
Atrocious fielding and lacklus-
ter hitting have, however, cancel-
led out the Hoosiers pitching. The
fielders have bobbled over 43 balls
hit their way this year, giving the
team an average of more than
three errors per game. Adding to
this is a very weak .216 team, bat-
ting average compared to their
opponents .236. 1

Jerry Glaser, will share the pitch-
ing duties with Swain against the
Wolverines.
The other end of the battery,
however, is lacking after Brink-
man's graduation. Dan Carlson, a
sophomore, seems to have pegged
the position down.
Sophomores will also fill the
left and center field spots, with
senior Bo Rein moving in from
the middle outfield spot to cover
the hole made by Sexton at short-
stop.
While Ohio State probably won't
have Indiana's fielding problems,
they definitely will be hurting at'
the plate. After batting "288 as
a team last year, the team loses
three of its top batters, its four
CBI leaders, and' its top home run
hitter.
The other Big Ten games this
weekend involve a series with
Michigan State switching, op-
ponents with the Wolverines. The
Spartans meet Ohio State today
and Indiana tomorrow.

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John M. Orr, former head bas-
ketball coach at Massachusetts,
has been recommended to be an
assistant on the Michigan cage
staff. The announcement was
made today by Athletic Director
H. O. (Fritz) Crisler.
Orr will fill the, vacancy which
was created when former assistant
coach Jim Skala retired to go into
business last fall. Dick Honig, an
assistant baseball coach, served as
an interim coach for tle Wol-
verines during the past season.
The 39-year-old Orr coached
Massachusetts from 1963 to 1966,
and previously served on the Wis-
consin staff from 1959 to 1963.
Orr is 'a graduate of Beloit College,
where he starred in three Midwest
conference championship teams.
He gained All-America recognition
in 1948.
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
BILL LEVIS

He attended Illinois for a year,
gaining all-Big Ten honors at end
on the gridiron and honorable
mention on the basketball court.
Orr's coaching experience also
includes nine years as a high
school mentor, two years at Mil-
ton, Wis., seven at Dubuque, Iowa,
and a year at Mare Island, Calif.,
Naval base.

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Michigan State 8
Ohio State 6
Illinois 5
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Indiana 5
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