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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, March 2, 1972

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By BOB McGINN
Leaving the slush and snow of
Ann Arbor behind, the Michigan
baseball team travels west tomor-
row for the start of their annual'
spring trip. Although the ball club
will play ten games in nine days,
the sunshiny weather should make
the players' spring break much
more pleasant than that of most
students.
The Wolverine nine open their
season Saturday with a double-
header against Phoenix College.
Coach Moby Benedict's crew then
will face the grueling prospect of
single games each day of the week
followed by another twinbill Sat-
urday, March 12. The final con-
test is slated for the following
Sunday.
Besides the two encounters with
Phoenix College, Michigan's op-
ponents will be perennial power-{
houses Arizona and Arizona State.,
These clubs promise to provide a
formidable test. Each of the
schools has played approximately
I15 games so far, while Michigan,
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Last spring Michigan turned in
a successful recQrd of 6-4 on their
trip. But this year looks much
tougher. "Last year we played sev-
eral schools which aren't nearly as
strong as the Arizona teams," says{
Benedict. "I'll be well satisfied if
we come back with a 5-5 mark."
Although competition for start-
ing berths has been quite intense,
Benedict has decided on a lineup
for Saturday's opener.
As expected, junior fireballers
Pete Helt and Mickey Elwood will
make the pitching starts for the
Wolverines. Helt was 6-3 a year

ago, while Elwood was 6-4. Both
compiled E.R.A.'s of under 2.00.
The right side of the infield will
have two familiar faces. Pat Sul-
livan, the team leader in RBI's'
with 26, will be at first and
hustling Jim Kocoloski (.308) at
second.
Starting on the graduation-

west
The outfield corps will be com-
posed of Tom Kettinger (.323) in
left, Leon Roberts (.229) in cen-
ter, and Mike DeCou (.279) in
right. Michigan must get some
solid stick work from this trio to
at least break even.
Behind the plate in the double-
header will be soph John Lon-

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riddled left side will be two un- char (.176) and senior Dan Mul-
known quantities, sophomores vihill (.216). An outstanding fresh-
Mark Crane (.105) at shortstop man prospect Rick Seid, will be
and Mark Mills at the hot corner. given his chance for regular em-
Crane is considered to be a top ployment during the trip.
glove man. Mills, meanwhile, didn't Last season the Wolverines' hall-
play an inning in 1971. mark was excellent pitching. But
three hurlers, including ace Jim
Burton, have departed. If .Michi-
gan hopes to have any shot at im-
proving their second place dead-
lock in the Big Ten a year ago,
they must develop two other start-
ers and a competent bullpen.
Benedict plans on giving fresh-
men Tom Joyce, Craig Forhan,
" r f and Bill Srock as well as a bevy of
.'>.:.>.juniors ample opportunity to show
.r.. .. . .%s 4 their ability. The untried juniors
are converted catcher Mike Corp
and one-time infielder Reggie Ball,
.along with Gordon Sterling and
Mike Vaughan.
After the Wolverines return they
;;;r;;> - ° :will be inactive for three weeks.
Their first regular season engage-
ment will be a road appearance
April 4 against the Titans of the
University of Detroit.

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--Associaea Press
Award winner
Mark Spitz, shown here with his coach "Doe" Counsilman, is this
year's recipient of the Sullivan award as the year's outstanding
amateur athlete. Spitz and his fellow Hoosier tankers will be in
East Lansing to defend their Big Ten championship which begins
today.

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By BOB HEUER
The Michigan Lacrosse team,
defending Midwest Club Lacrosse
Association champion, heads south
Saturday on a spring trip that
will carry them to Ohio, Virginia,
and North Carolina. The team
travels south in search of pre-
season victories but, more import-
ant, game experience for the play-
ers and a chance to jell before the
league schedule opens.
The team's play so far has been
limited to evening practices at
Yost Fieldhouse and one outdoor
drill on the practice football field.

From Wire Service Reports The competitionVshould be tough
NEW YORK-New York Giants enough to getthe team in shape
Coach Alex Webster filed a $1.5 fast 'and includes Denison College,;
million damage suit yesterday one of the top teams in the Mid-'
against the American Broadcast- west. Other hosts for the .spring
ing Co. and sportscasters Jim Bou excursion include Roanoke Col-
ton and Sal Marchiano over a "Si- lege (March 6), Duke (March 8),
lent" televised interview late last and Virginia Tech (March 9. The
season. Denison game is March 12.
The interview, shown on WABC Coach Bob Kaman is optimistic
in New York on Dec. 14, 1971, about his team's chances to dupli-
came over the air without a sound aeorimprove upn their 8-1
track. Bouton had intended as a record of last year. "On paper
joke to run the taped interview we're very strong," comments the
with Webster, but inadvertently coach. "But you've also got to
erased the soundtrack. watch out for key injuries. Every
Webster charged that it made team will be up for us after our
him appear to be "a dullard and championship last year."
a stupid person . . ." The stickmen's only loss last
Bouton insisted that people year cam'e at Oberlin in the open-
.wka ing weeks of the season. They put
watching would take it as a joke. it all together after that one to go
'It was still better than the actual undefeated for the remainder of
interview," he stated. the year, including an 11-7 win

over Bowling Green, ranked sev-
enth in the nation.
Kaman sports a roster of 39
players, 18 -of whom are consid-
ered regulars. The starting team
consists of a goalie, three defense-
men, three midfielders, and three
attackers. The midfielders spend
much of their time running up
and down the field and are ex-
changed intermittently ' much like
lines in hockey. Kaman uses three
groups of midfielders interchange-
ably.
Manning goal this year will be
6-4, 180-lb. tri-captain Jay John-
son .Johnson played goal last year
and is called by Kaman one of the
best in the Midwest.
The defense is two-thirds set
with starters Dave Fischer and
Pete Ladewig. Fischer was a first
team All-Midwest selection last
year and willganchor the defense,
while Ladewig is a fast-learning
junior and refugee from the fresh-
man basketball team. Frontrunner
for the third spot on defense is
Rich Layers.
Probablerstarters on attack in-
clude Don Holman, Skip Flanagan
and Carl Burns. Fla agan and
Burns are both. grad students,
from Rutgers and Oberlin respec-
tively. Kaman calls Burns the best
feeder on the team. Flanagan was
an honorable mention All-Ameri-
can while at Rutgers.
The team's midfielders are high-
lighted by grad student Dick Bean.
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disciplined, and also has the hard-
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team." Bean was a first team All-
Midwest choice last year.
Other mid-field regulars include
Steve Hart, Dick Lamble, Curt Ak-
tisson, John Spelman, and Dennis
Burdziak. Lamble came to Michi-
gan on a football scholarship but
has made an effective transition
to lacrosse. Spelman and.Burdziak
are also newcomers to the sport
this year.
The toughest competition during
the regular season which opens
April 18 at Ohio State, will be the
Buckeyes and Bowling Green.
Home games are played either on
the tartan-turfed practice football
field or the field behind the base-
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