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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, May 7 ,1969

THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Wednesday, May 7 ,'l 969

'M' nine gets nine in second to stop WMU

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KALAMAZOO - When the sec- score the Blue's sixth run of the
ond inning of Michigan's baseball frame. Then Schmidt delivered
game against Western Michigan the second three run homer of the
began yesterday, the Wolverines inning, a drive over the left field
were probably hoping for a down fence, to complete the scoring with
pour to postpone the contest. But the Wolverines ahead 9-3. A dou-
by the end of the frame the Blue ble by Titone after the four bag-
batsman were no doubt praying ger was wasted when Fife lined
for the rains to stay away-and to center.
they did, to enable the Blue to
score a 9-6 win over Western. MARK CARROW gained the
The second inning, which was ; win with a brilliant relief stint.
delayed twice by rain, began with Carrow relieved Fife in the third
the Wolverines trailing Western, with the bases loaded and two out
3-0, but by the time three Western but he got the third out and was
pitchers could retire Michigan in in control of the Broncos the rest
the canto, nine runs had crossed of the way.
the plate and the complexion of Fife, who has had control prob-
the c o n t e s t had completely lems all year was completely out of
changed. control before Coach Moby Bene-
THE FRAME BEGAN innocent- dict sent in Carrow. During his
ly enough with Bronco starter Jim two two third innings on the hill,
Stanford retiring Mike Rafferty the righthander yielded one hit,
on a pop out, but Chuck Schmidt walked eight, threw three wild
started the uprising with a single pitches, hit a batter, committed a
to left. Walks to catcher Pete Ti- throwing error. and gave up four
tone and Michigan starter Dan runs, * *
Fife loaded the bases just as the
rain forced the firstdelay of the Yesterday's win over Western
inning. was the Wolverines fourth in a
When the rain subsided, Dick row, upping the team's mark to
Weinrich replaced Sanford. Wein- 8-15; however, before the streak
rich was greeted by a single by the team had born a striking re-
Rich Orr, which plated Schmidt semblance to the New York Mets.
and Titone to cut the Western After a dismal start which feat-
margin to 3-2. ured eleven defeats in their first
Weinrich recovered to get Steve fifteen starts, the team began the
Forsythe to foul out to the catcher, Big Ten campagin in ignominious
but third baseman Glenn Redmon fashion by dropping a double-
then' tied into a Weinrich pitch header to Michigan State.
and sent it far over the left center Jim Burton suffered the 5-4
field fense, 440 feet away from loss in the opener. The Blue leap-
home plate, for a three run homer ed out to a four run lead, but
propelling. the Wolverines into a State rebounded with two in their
5-3 lead. half of the first and scored an-
The Wolverines, however, were other in the fourth. State wrap-
far from through, John Kraft, Jim ped the game up with a two run
Hosler, and Mike Rafferty followed rally in the seventh and last in-
:: ning. Three walks in the seventh

Special To The Daily

Redmon's homer with singles to

-Daily-Larry Robbins
WOLVERINE SHORTSTOP Chuck Schmidt, one of the heros of yesterday's 9-6 triumph over West-
ern Michigan, takes a cut in a game against the University of Detroit in a contest earlier this
season. Bill Fahey is the Titan catcher and Hayes Cargill is the umpire. Yesterday Schmidt had
two hits including a three-run home run over the left field fence.

Christman gained his first win of
the season as the Wolverines took
an early 5-0 lead and had little
trouble in holding on to the vic-
tory.
Last Saturday the Wolverines
staged two late inning rallies to
capture a doubleheader from In-
diana by scores of 9-4 and 6-5. In
the opener a five run ninth pro-
vided Mark Carrow with his first

win of the spring and a three run1
outburst in the seventh and final
inning of the nightcap powered
the Blue to a 6-5 triumph. Burton
was credited with the win on the
strength of hitless relief. Ironical-
ly the Hoosiers took a leaf out
of the Michigan notebook commit-
ting eight errors in the double-
header, many of which played
key roles in the Wolverine win.

Then came yesterday's surprise
win over powerful Western Mich-
igan. The loss was only Western's
eighth against 21 wins.
This weekend Michigan hopes to
continue their good play as the
Wolverines meet Wisconsin and
Northwestern in doubleheaders
Friday and Saturday respectively,
B$oth games will be played at Ferry
Field.

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softball or basketball leagues
should attend one of the two
organizational. meetings to be
held Wednesday and Thursday
May 7 and 8 at 5:30 p.m.
The intramural sports depart-
ment is taking entries for sum-
mer softball and basketball
leagues. Entries for these leagues
are due Friday, May 9.
Intramural corecreation will
be held every Wednesday eve-
ning at the IM Building fromj
7:00 to 8:30 for the entire fam-
ily, 8:30 to 10:00 coed only.

by Burton contributed to the
Michigan downfall.
IN THE NIGHT cap of the
doubleheader, Michigan was out-
classed by the Spartans, 18-3. Both
teams had nine hits, but the Wol-
verines committed five miscues
and allowed twelve walks, which
allowed State *to capture an easy
victory.
After exams, the Wolverines still
exhibited an ability to blow base-
ball contests. Against Notre Dame,
Michigan garnered 12 hits to the
Irish's three, but the Irish were
still able to score a 2-1 triumph,
which avenged an earlier 7-1 de-
feat to the Wolverines.
The Wolverines continued their
losing ways in the opener of a
doubleheader against Ohio State,
falling short 2-1, but the Blue
nine rebounded with an 8-3 tri-
umph in the second game. Gerry

By LEE KIRK
Michigan's track team, although
often reduced to a pick-up squad
due to examinations, still managed
to turn in several good perform-
ances during the past two weeks.
Assistant coach Ken Burnley
felt that the team's performance
was hampered by exams. "The
boys tend to get tensed up," he
noted, "and they aren't able to
work out regularly."
On April 19, the thinclads par-
ticipated in the Ohio State Relays.
at Columbus in what Burnley de-
scribed as "absolutely the worst
weather for a track meet I've ever
seen." Rain, snow, and high winds
belted the track throughout the
day, wiping out any chance for
outstanding performances and
forcing the cancellation of the
pole vault.
The sprint medley relay team.
made up of Lorenzo Montgomery,
Ron Clark, Leon Grundstein and
Paul Armstrong took first place
in the meet and Larry Midlam
won the high hurdles in 14.5, a'
time that looks something less
than sensational until you con-
sider that he was running, into
the teeth of the strong wind on a
wet track.

Larry Midlam continued to get
stronger, winning the hurdles wit'h
a brilliant 13.7 in spite of virtually
no competition. Brunley was op-
timistic about Midlam's chances of
beating out his old nemesis Mike
Butler of Wisconsin in the Big Ten
meet.
The Wolverines suffered what
might be a serious blow when
Montgomery injured his ham-
string in the Iowa meet. The ex-
tent of Ihis injury will not be
known until later this week, but
it is possible that he will not be

ready for the Big TeA Champion-
ships May 16-17 at Purdue.
Brunley figures that Wisconsin
is the team to beat in the Big
Ten, simply because they are as
strong as they were when romped
to the indoor title in March. How-
ever, last year Wisconsin won the
indoor meet but slipped to third
in the outdoor meet with Minne-
sota edging out Michigan by a
point for the title, Brunley feels
that if the Badgers slip, Michigan
has the capability of taking the

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The Michigan tennis team
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terday afternoon and drove away
with a satisfying 9-0 white wash
of the Spartans.
Wolverine captain Dick Dell
was exuberant about the team's
performance and noted. "They'
were simply that good and really
beat them badly."
The netters victory over State
bolstered their Big Ten record to

6-2. Brian Marcus followed Fish-
bach's lead and beat Rick Raines
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Mark Conti, playing fourth
singles, had the easiest time as he
crushed John Bufe 6-0, 6-0 with
a consistent booming serve.
In the next slot John Hainline
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The exams hit the tla d a perfect 7-0. The team, however, in the first doubles match and
hardest at the Penn Relays and will face its roughest challenge defeated Gray and Good 6-16,
the Indiana Relays. Many mem- Friday when they face Indiana at! 6-4. Dell and Conti beat Raines
bers of the team were unable to 2:00 p.m. at the IM courts. and Vollweiler 6-2, 6-2. In the
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strong relay contingents were coming meet, "State was stronger lin downed Bufe and Ichesco 6-1,
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The 440-yard relay team, com- but if we play like we did today In preparation for Friday's In-
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and Solo Espie, described by Brun- beating Indiana. play Notre Dame tomorrow at
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took fifth in the 880-yard event. "Either Wisconsin or ourselves will but two sets en route to their
On Saturday, the Wolverines probably finish behind powerful seven straight Big Ten dual meet
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