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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, May 14, 1969

Michigan rally falls just short as
Broncos capture wild one, 10-9
By JOHN GLAJSER
In a wild slugfest yesterday
afternoon, Western Michigan end-
ed the Wolverines' string of six
straight baseball wins, 10-9.
A ninth inning Michigan rally
in which four runs were scored
fel just short as the Broncos bare-
ly held off a strong threat in a:
game marred by bad weather and.
sloppy fielding.
The game started off well m
enough for Michigan when the
team scored twice in the first in-

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NIGHT EDITOR'
PHIL HERTZ
ning. With one out, Steve For-
sythe walked, Glenn Redmon
singled sharply to left, and John
Kraft beat out an infield hit to
load the bases. Jim Hosler then
came through with a timely single
to right center, driving in two
runs, sending Michigan ahead,
2-0.
This lead lasted until Wolverine
starter Mark Carrow ran into
trouble in the third. Two walks,
an error, a pair of singles, and a
sacrifice fly netted Western four
runs, and gave them a 4-2 lead
before Tom Fleszar came in to
quell the rally.
The next inning,, the Broncos
extended their lead to 8-2 with
four more runs. Four straight.
walks, and then two singles did
all of the damage, and knocked
out. Fleszar.
'fhe Wolverine hitters were far
from finished, however. In the
fifth, Michigan "started a come-
,back with a pair of tallies. Chuck
Schmidt walked with one out,
Forsythe followed with a double
to deep left, and Redmon batted
them both in with a single to
center field.
A fairly heavy rain and cold
weather did not. stop the "M"
batters in the later innings. In
the seventh inning, the Blue nine
staged a rally in which they

-Daily-Eric Pergeaux
MICHIGAN RIGHTHANDED pitcher John Ritter was one of the
few bright spots in yesterday's 10-9 loss to Western Michigan.
Ritter, who relieved Tom Fleszar in the fourth inning with the
score 8-2, hurled 3% scoreless innings before he tired in the
eighth inning and yielded two runs.
scored once and came close to walked, forcing in a run, and put-
getting at least two more. Schmidt, ting the tying run at the plate.
Redmon, and Hosler sandwiched Tom Lundstedt responded with
three singles around two center- a two-run single, making the score
field flies for a run with two out. 10-8, and sending Bowen to third.
John Arvai then walked, loading At this point, Western hurler Bill
the bases. With the sacks full, McKeon, their fourth of the day,
Mike Bowen hit a long fly ball to unleashed a wild pitch. By the
left, which Western left fielder time the ball could be recovered,
Del Mackie caught against the Bowen had crossed the plate and
fence. Lundstedt was on second.
The prospects became bleaker With the Wolverines down now
for the Wolverines in the eighth only 10-9, and with the tying run
ining when Western padded its on second, however, Pete Titone
lead to 10-5 with two runs. The and Chuck Schmidt were retired,
Broncos scored their pair on a and Western escaped with a nar-
couble of singles, a double and ,a row win, avenging their 9-6 beat-
sacrifice fly. The inning ended ing suffered at the hands of Mich-
abruptly when Redmon speared a igan a week ago.
hot liner and whipped the ball to The Wolverines will be back in
.second for a double play. action Friday when they continue
The fateful ninth began when their Big Ten season by engaging
Glenn Redmon opened the frame Purdue in a doubleheader at the
with a walk. After a fly out, Hosler latter's home confines. Saturday
doubled, sending Redmon to third. they will be at Illinois for another
John Arvai and Mike Bowen then I twinbill.C

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handlingecorrespondence and office
records, flexibility in accepting varied
office assignments, and ability, to
deal tactfully with the members of
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is an asset. Campus experience de-
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salary negotiable. 7H7
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SUMMER SUBLET
NEED 2 GIRLS for sublet, 2 blocks
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LARGE 2 BDRM. APT. Furnished. June-
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1-3 GIRLS NEEDED to sublet a 3 bdrm.
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BUSINESS SERVICES
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Call Jeanette, 971-2463. 48Jtc
RESPONSIBLE BABYSITTER available
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PHOTO SUPPLIES
BRAND NEW, including guarantee -
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USED CARS
'65 TR-4A by owner. New tires. 663-
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1969 OPEL Rally-Take over payments.
Inquire Leather Shop, 209 S. State.
noon-6 p.m. 5N8
'64 TR4-Good mech. cond., 41,000
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FOR SALE
BOOKS. Mainly hard-back English and
American Lit. and drama. Cheap. Ex-
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5B7
TV-$35, upright piano. Call 668-7947.
6B9
FOR SALE-Diamond engagement and
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golf clubs, water skis, slolam, anj
2 pair, fiberglass bow. Call Dennis, 6 5-
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MAGNAVOX STEREO, sofa bed, lamp,
like new dinette set. Moving. Excel-
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SAILFISH-WOOD, completely refinish-
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JAMES B. LANSING, Lancer 101 speak-
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FIELD TRIP to USSR (three weeks,
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The group, limited to fifteen per-
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They will also meet with representa-
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By The Associated Press
DETROIT - Jim Northrup's
two-run homer, following a leng-
thy rain delay in the seventh in-
ning, keyed a three-run rally that
gave the Detroit Tigers a 3-1 vic:
tory over the Chicago White Sox
last night.
Chicago's Joe Horlen took a
two-hitter and a 1-0 lead into the
bottom of the seventh, when
Norm Cash led off with a single
and a downpour halted the game
for 63 minutes.
When play was resumed, Bob
Locker replaced Horlen on the
mound and struck out Willie Hor-
ton. But Northrup followed with
a towering homer off the upper
deck facade in right, putting the
Tigers on top 2-1.
* * *
Cubs tie record
CHICAGO - The Chicago Cubs
tied the highest shutout score
in modern National League history
yesterday when they bombed San
Diego 19-0 on a three-hitter by
ex-Padre Dick Selma, who fanned
10.
The Cubs of 1906 beat the New
York Giants 19-0 and the Pitts-
burgh Pirates of 1961 humbled St.
Louis by the same score. The
American League record is 21-0 by
Detroit over Cleveland in 1901 and
New York over Philadelplhia in

1939. The all-time high shutout
was 28-0 jby Providence over
Philadelphia, Aug. 21, 1883 in the
early days of the National League.
It was the third straight shut-
out by the Cubs' staff, extending
the scoreless string to 28 innings
by Ken Holtzman, Ferguson Jen-
kins and Selma.
* * *
Twins triumph
ST. PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS -
Rod Carew's two-run inside-the-
park homer brought Minnesota
from behind in a three-run eighth
inning rally and the Twins stopped
Baltimore 4-2 last night in a dis-

pute-filed battle ; of American I
League division leaders. i
The Twins trailed 2-1 when
Cesar Tovar opened the last of
the eighth with a single and took
second on a balk by Mike Cuellar.
Carew then belted a drive to the
fence in right center and circled
the bases behind Tovar, sliding
past catcher Elrod Hendricks, who
argued vehemently that he had
made the tag.
.Two outs later, with reliever
Eddie Watt pitching, Bob Allison
walked and pinch runner Ted;
Uhlaender stole second, took thirdI
on an error by shortstop Mark)
Belanger and scored the insurance
run on Leo Cardenas' infield hit. I

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Include carpeting and drapes, air con-
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$8.50 per month
761-1945
Free same day delivery and service
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Sublet with option for fall. Extremely
reasonable. Call 665-7979. 18C8
SHARE 2 MAN, 2 bdrm. $55/mo. 665-
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CAMPUS-HOSPITAL - Reduced. Very
attractive paneled, carpeted, furnish-
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refrigerator and phone.. Leases thru
June, August, or longer. $8-$11 week.
Call 663-5666, 662-7992, or 971-6270. C4
NEEDED-1 male student to share a
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unique architecture, beautiful neigh-
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4 MAN-2 BEDROOMS
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CARRIAGE HOUSE
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WE NEED MOD. 2-man for summer,
air-cond., near campus, immed. oc-
cupy. Will pay $40/mo. ea. negotiable.
Chuck or Ron, 484-0360. 8-noon; 662-
0329, noon-3; 764-0581, 5-12. 4L7
WANTED TO RENT--4 bedrooms, two
baths, suitable for children, one
small dog. Sept. 1-Dec. 30. Not too far
from schools with yard space. Fur-
nishings-linen etc. required. Contact
R. S. Berman, Department of English.
U. of California, LaJolla, Calif. 3L9
NEED SINGLE orshare double for
summer. Prefer Geddes to S.U. area.
Air cond. Will pay $40/mo. to share.
$50/mo. single. Negotiable. Call Chuck
8-noon 484-0360; 5-12 764-0581. 4L7
IF YOU NEED a roommate for a 2 man-
2 bedroom apt. for fall, call Don
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Pro Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division

Royals sign Herm Gilliam;
Chicago signs Spain, Baum'
By The Associated Press
0 CINCINNATI - The Cincinnati Royals of the National Basket-
ball Association signed their No. 1 college draft choice yesterday-
Herman dilliam of Purdue's Big Ten championship team.F
Gilliam, who stands 6-4, is from Winston Salem, N.C. In three
seasons at Purdue he scored 1,118 points for a 15.9 average. In the
last season he had 378 points for a 15.7 average and hauled in 204
rebounds.
Gilliam also had been drafted by the Kentucky Colonels of the
rival American Basketball Association.
'I *
* CHICAGO - Two second round draft choices, John Baum of
Temple and Ken Spain of Houston were signed yesterday by the
Chicago Bulls of the National Basketball Association.
The 6-5 Baum averaged 19.3 points and grabbed 399 rebounds for
Temple last season.
Spain, 6-9, averaged 14.8 for Houston and hauled down 300 re-I
bounds.
"The Bulls now have the strength at the forward positions that
they have needed in the past," said general-manager Dick Klein.
The Bulls previously lost two first round draft pibks to American
Basketball Association teams. They were Simmie Hill of West Texas
State, signed by the Los Angeles Stars, and Larry Cannon of LaSalle,
signed by the Miami Floridians.
r ST. PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS - John Beasley and Gayle Knief of
the Minnesota Vikings have been called to active duty with the Na-
tional Guard and probably won't be available to the National Football
League team until about mid-September.
The Vikings' office said yesterday the two will be attached to the
194th Armored Division at Fort Knox, Ky. It is expected both will
miss the 1969 training camp and pre-season exhibition games.
Beasley, a regular tight end from California, has been with Min-
nesota for two years and started most of the games last fall. He caught
23 passes. Knief, a rookie from Morningside College in Iowa, spent
the 1968 season with the Vikings' taxi squad.

KFK and STC:
Here's to the best Apt. 12 I've ever
seen! Thank you for the bestest and
longest birthday in all mny-21 years,
and thanks for pulling No. 12 out of
its miserable rut! (Of guess what?!)
ipa FE4
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4765. 1K8
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Minnesta 4, Baltimore 2
Bostor at Oakland, inc.
Cleveland 8, Kansas City 6
New York at Seattle, inc.
Washington at California, inc.
Dotroit 3, Chicago 1
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