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Tuesday, April 4, 1972
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The Michigan baseball team is
scheduled to open its regular sea-
son this afternoon against the Uni-
versity of Detroit. There is a bet-
ter-than-even chance, however,
that playing conditions will be less
Moby Benedict, in his duo role
of baseball coach - weatherman,
calls for "some rain and snow and
cold weather." No word has been
given on a possible make-up date.
Benedict's starting lineup is well
set, with only second base as yet
undecided. The outfield shapes up
with Tom Kettinger, Leon Roberts,
and Mike Decou from left to right.
John Hornyak and Mark Crane,
at short and third, respectively,
will be tossing the ball across the
diamond to firstsacker Pat Sulli-
John Lonchar gets the nod be-
hind the plate, while the encum-
bent Jim Koceloski is being press-
ed by Brian Balaze at second.
"It doesn't matter if a guy hit
.400 for me," said Benedict. "Last
year doesn't mean A thing." These
sentiments indicate that Balaze
may have won a job. Also, basket-
baller Greg Buss seems to be mak-j
Cartain and first-baseman Bill
Howe (.339) and third-sacker Dan
Sweeney .307) furnish the hit-
ting support. Mike Sobczak at
short and Bill Turkington at se-
cnd round out the infield..
The outfield presents Larry
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ing his presence felt. "I'm gonna jor (when he isn't pitching). At
play that guy. Let him take away catching will be either solid-hit-
one of those guys' (outfielders') ( Ling John Wise (.293) or the de-
jobs. You can't count him out." [ensive minded Joe Sabourin
Benedict plans to split t h e
game between his two aces, Mick- Starting time is 3:00 at D e -
ey Elwood and Pete Helt, with El- troit's Lloyd Brazil Field, which
wood getting the season under- just yesterday was dedicated dur-
way. "All the pitchers need work," ing U-D's opening day ceremonies
Benedict stated. "We're not over- in the name of the Titan's late,
looking Detroit, but our m a. i n great coach, Lloyd Brazil.
concern is preparing for the 'regu- U-D played Bowling Green yes-
lar.' " try ini the onening game for
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The moundguys took time out from practice
surely one of the most unusual in sports h
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AUGUSTA, Ga.-Lee Trevino vey a c
DUNKIN came back yesterday to the tag.
Masters Golf Tournament he
once refused to play and, in a
huff, threatened to leave again.
-- :Trevino first blew his cool
To your home from oursI when a security guard threat-
Fresh every four hours. ered to kick his black driver-
caddy, Neal Harvey, off the Au-
"Thie difference is freshness" gusta National course.
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again," Trevino said.
Trevino later had hi
fuse ignited again -e
an incident involving cr
The caddy, driver and
al valet was watching
practice on the No. 8 h
a security guard int
Harvey. Trevino went
the guard and was see
Then he said, within
of a large gallery:
"I bought five seaso
and paid for them. One
was for Neal. Now they
season tickets are not
Monday, Tuesday and
"If Neal goes, I go. V
ing to drive me o
Ellis D. "Slat" Slater
York. an Augusta club
wearing the official gre
et. told him:
"The season tickets
only for the tourname
Daily tickets are sold
other days. These ticke
people who can't buy ti
"Oh, you mean it's ju
ter of money?' Trevino
"No, it's not just
said the white-haired
"If it's not money, t
"I was don't you let everybody in fort
nothing?" Trevino retorted. The
s temper season tickets cost $25; the daily(
also over pre-tourney tickets at $5 a day.
edentials Harvey required a ticket as aI
spectator because only Augusta
Iperson- caddies may be used on thet
ole when "I don't miind paying the ex-E
tercepted tra money, but why didn't they
over to tell me that there would be an
n gestur- extra charge for the other days
in the first place," Lee said.
earshot "We will settle this when I
finish my round. How much is
n tickets the first prize? I'm not sure I
of them will be able to afford it."
he's - Rupp prize
of Newgoes to
are good LOUISVILLE (P) - Bill Walton,
ntfor. the UCLA superstar, was chosen
etfo the yesterday to receive the first i
ets go fo Adolph Rupp basketball trophy
from the Commonwealth Athletic
st a mat- Club of Kentucky.
asked. The presentation will be made
money," Wednesday in Lexington. Carson
Slater. Porter, spokesman for the club,
hen why told a news conference "we're for-
tunate in having a superstar se-
lected to receive the first award
named'for Kentucky's own super-
Rupp, coach at Kentucky for
42 years, was retired last week.
Walton led the Bruins to the
ED Pacific Eight and NCAA titles and
a perfect 30-0 record.
By the "regular season" Bene-
dict was referring to the Big Ten
schedule which begins a week
from Friday against Purdue.
Benedict has little word on the
Titans his boys will tangle with
this afternoon. "I know who the
umpires are, and I know that we
hit from 2:00 to 2:30. But that's
In any event, Coach Robert Mil-
ler's Titans will field a strong-
armed, tight-fielding squad, back-
ed by several good sticks.
Miller will choose among letter-
men Dave Frezza (6-4), Kirk Tay-
lor (3-2), and Pete Kreher (3-1)
for the mound chores. In the bull-
pen Frank Kummer (3-0) provides
excellent relief for the starting
Benedict isn't surewho Friday's
pitchers will be, but Elwood and
Helt are out. The two will go
against Eastern Michigan's Satur-
day afternoon in another double-
Coach Benedict had this remark
on the soggy condition of Michi-
gan's Fischer Field: "The grass
isn't very pretty, but we'll play on
Michigan's home opener is set
for Friday afternoon when Detroit
concludes this home-and-home ser-
ies with a return trip to Ann Ar-
bor. The twinbill is on tap for
2:00 at Fischer Field.
The fiery Mexican-American,
who won the U.S., Canadianyand
British opens, vowed two years
ago that he'd never play in an-
other Masters, saying the long,
'hilly course wasn't suited to his
game. Later he apologized.
"I made a mistake in saying
I wouldn't play in the Masters
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