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Friday, March 31, 112
JOHNSON LEADS LACROSSERS:
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By FRANK LONGO
., : -Remember the name Jay John-
son. Because if and/or when the
..z *.}: Michigan athletic people rule that
lacrosse should become a full-
fledged varsity sport, Johnson
. may go down as the team's first
vy.;: ":< .*:* all-conference, perhaps even All-
America selection.
:.J.J., you see, is a goalie. But
not just any goalie. Last year as
.. {,;... .. a sophomore he copped third team
w<All-League honors as Michigan
took first place in the Midwest
Club Lacrosse Association.
And just this past Monday he
.:;.registered a rare shutout in a 6-0
}'pasting of Oberlin at Ferry Field,,
playing 55 minutes of the 60 min-
td{ 'utes game time.
Michigan had some other All-
League members last year, three
>' -:to be exact, but if the Wolver-
ines do go varsity next season,
Dick Dean, Dave Fischer, and
Skip Flanagan won't be around to
help out.
MICHIGAN has ten grad stu-
dents on its team who of course
wouldn't be allowed to play on a
varsity squad. These include Dean
and Flanagan, while captain
Fischer will be joining the ranks
Associated Press next year, too.
rt second and ... Johnson, meanwhile, also a cap-
Chicago's Carlos May tries in vain to break up a Tiger double tain,stands 6-4, ameng fig-
play but Bengal Dick McAuliffe makes sure that the twin-killing recently moved to Ann Arbor,
is completed. The Tigers, playing fine Grapefruit ball, defeated Johnson was born and bred in the
the Windy City Pale Hose, 5-3. heart of the Nutmeg State (Con-

necticut, for all you illiterate peo-
ple), where lacrosse is much bet-
ter known than in the Midwest.
Johnson, admittedly, likes la-
crosse better than that great
American pastime, baseball. "I've
been playing lacrosse since I was
in seventh grade," he relates. And
he has been a goaltender since
eighth.
Eight years of lacrosse experi-
ence will be tested strongly this
weekend when Michigan travels
to Bowling Green for perhaps
their toughest game of its sched-
ule. "A 'sportswriters poll has them
ranked tenth in the nation," says
Johnson of Saturday's opponents.
At Bowling Green lacrosse is a
varsity sport, as it is with about
half the teams on Michigan's
schedule. Even so, Michigan must
count some of them on their
league record.
Johnson describes this year's
club, coached by Bob Kaman, as
"pretty good, overall. I don't know
if we will be as good as last year."
The Wolverines' only other
game, excluding a spring trip on

which went about a third of the
team. was an 11-6 loss at Ohio
State. "Ohio State is about com-
parable to us in ability," said
Johnson. "But we just played a
terrible game." he explained, ,of-
fering no alibis.
Michigan has quite an exper-
ienced club, especially the first
two lines of midfielders. Steve
Hart, Chico Rogers, and Dan
Lamble, the third and final cap-
tain, total seven years of Michi-
gan lacrosse experience between
them.
On the second line, Roger Mills
(three years), and Dick Dean
(two years) play with Curt Adkis-
son, a graduate student and the
oldest player on the team at 29,
but in his first year in Blue.
Dennis Burdziak, Clark Bell,
and John Spellman are each in 0*
their second year and comprise
the third "middies."
A solid defense, led by Fischer
and Pete Lodwick, combines with
solid and consistent goaltending to
aid Michigan in defense of its
MCLA crown.

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By The Associated Press
LAKELAND - The Detroit
Tigers bunched four singles for
two runs in the third inning and
went on to hand the Chicago
White Sox a 5-3 exhibition base-
ball defeat here yesterday.
Trailing 2-0 going into the bot-
tom of the first, rookie Paul Jata
socked a two-run homer for the
high-flying Tigers to tie~ the
game. Norm Cash also cleared the
fences for the Bengals.
Mickey Lolich started for De-
troit and went the first five inn-
ings for the win.
Texas triumphs
MIAMI - The'Texas Rangers
capitalized on two Baltimore er-
rors for four unearned runs off
Mike Cuellar and defeated the
Orioles 4-3 in exhibition baseball
yesterday.
Toby Harrah's double and a
single by rookie Joe Lovitto were
the key blows in a three-run Tex-
as second inning, following Don
Buford's two-base muff of Larry
Biittner's wind-blown fly to left.
Pirates pasted
FORT MYERS, Fla. - John
Mayberry's single capped a two-
run rally in the ninth inning yes-
terday afternoon as the Kansas
City Royals scored a 5-4 exhibi-
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Pittsburgh Pirates.

With two outs in the ninth,
Cookie Rojas singled off Pirate
reliever Dave Giusti and Amos
Otis drove Rojas in with a double.
Mayberry, a first baseman ac-
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ton, then scored Otis with the
winning run.
* * *
Rosox birdoed
WINTER HAVEN, Fla. - Lou
Brock had three hits, including a
key single in a four-run sixth inn-
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exhibition baseball victory over
Boston yesterday.
Angels clipped
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - Left-
hander John Cumberland drove
in two runs with a pair of sin-
gles yesterday and checked Cali-
fornia though seven innings on
one unearned rq~n as the San
Francisco Giants defeated the An-
gels 6-2.
Tyo Angel players suffered mi-
nor injuries during the game.
Starting . pitcher Nolan Ryan,
was forced to leave the game in
the third inning when he develop-
ed a muscle spasm in his lower
back and catcher Art Kushyer
suffered a bruised and twifted left
ankle in the same inning when he
was involved in a homeplate col-
lision with San Francisco's Dave
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