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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I uesd©y, April 10, 1973

Page ~E~g1zt [HE MWHl(~AN DAILY tuesday, April 10, 1973

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Degree Program
of the School of Public and Environmental Affairs
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ich igan

ba tsmen

By LEBA HERTZ
The Michigan Wolverines took
advantage of some shaky pitching
by EMU's hurlers to sweep a
doubleheader, 7-2 and 8-2, Sunday
at Fisher Stadium.
Chuck Rodgers notched a com-
plete game victory in the open-
er, overcoming some hot Huron
hitting in the early innings. Rod-
gers allowed eight hits, while
walking three and fanning four.
Michigan led all the way with
a three run first inning rally that
gave Rodgers all the cushion he
needed.
Mark Crane led off the ball-
game with a two-base hit for the
Wolverines, scoring on Pat Sul-
livan's sacrifice fly. The second
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Michigan run came when Tom
Kettinger singled home Mike De-
Cou, who had reached base on a
fielder's choice. Dan Damiani
then singled home Kettinger with
the innings' final run.
The Wolverines chased Huron
starter Gerald Jarvela in the
second, while increasing\ their
lead to 4-0.

With two out in the t
ning, Jim Kocoloski, Cr
DeCou hit consecutive
loading the bases for Su
Ken Bruchanski, th
Hur~on pitcher of the af
walked Sullivan to force
run and then yieldeda
to Kettinger which scored
Bill Meyer then grounde

maid EM
hird in- end the inning. Mihigan
ane and Craig Forhan and Pete Ross victory.
singles, combined for a five hitter in the In the
llivan. nightcap while Kettinger paced working
e third the attack with three RBI's. the fifth
ternoon, Kettinger singled in the first up a lea
in one run of the game, blasted a home- chef. Wh
a single- run leading off the fifth apd chel
d Crane. drove in the Wolverine's eighth Skes,
d out to run with a sacrifice fly to pace with th

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nine
in's fourth consecutive
meantime, Forhan was
on a no-hitter going into
inning when he gave
ad-off double to Bill Rei-
hen the next batter, Mark
singled home Reichel
e Huron's second run,
chose to play it safe

J

Benedict

Hurons humiliated

First Game
EASTERN MICHIGAN

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Wagner 2b 3
Bolt cf 3
Ferguson 3b 2
Washington dh 3
Jarvela p 0
Petrillo If 3
Curtis lb 3
Reichel ss 3
Lafever rf 3
Cravens c 2
Priskhorn p 0
Gulliver ph 0
Luckhardt rf 0
Sewell 2b 1

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Ferguson 3b 2 0
Washington if 2 0
Petrillo rf 3 0
Gulliver dh 3 0
Corbin p 0 0
Reichel ss 3 1
Skeels lb 3 0
Lafever c 2 0
Kinn p 0 0
Sewell pr 0 0
Luckhardt if 0 0
Schmittou p 0 0
MICHIGAN

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tinger. 2b - Balaze, Kocolski,
Reichel. SB - Bolt, Balaze, Sul-
tinger, 2B - Balaze, Kocolski,
S - Lafever.

Games postponed
Michigan's scheduled double-
header with Bowling Green this
afternoon has needless to say
been postponed due to the lovely
display of Ann Arbor springtime
weather. No make-up date has
been announced.
and allow Ross to extinguish the
Eastern Michigan rally.
EMU scored its first run in
the fourth on three walks and a
sacrifice fly by Paul Petrillo.
The Wolverines proved that
they can combine timely hitting
and fine hurling in sweeping the
double header from Eastern
Michigan.

N.

* The Management of
Publ ic Affa i rs
* Policy Analysis
* Urban Policy

" Environmental Policy
" Public Safety Policy
" Public Financial Policy

MICHIGAN
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Crane ss 4 2
DeCou If 3 1
Sullivan lb 3 0
Kettinger rf 4 1
Lonchar c - 3 0
Meyer 3b 4 1
Damiani cf 3 0
Balaze 2b 3 0
Kocoloski dh 3 2
Rogers p 0 0
E - Balaze, Wagner,
LOB - Michigan 8,

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EMU 6.

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DeCou rf
Sullivan lb
Ketinger If
Meyer 3b

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2 1
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Forhan (w) 4
Ross 3,
Corbin (1) 2
Kinn 31/
Schmittou 2/3
WP - Corbin, Save

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5 3
0 0

DOWNS BOWLING GREEN:
Lacrosse team nets key victory

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HR - Petrillo. 2B - Crane, Ko-
coloski, Reichel. SB - Crane,

DeCou.
Pitchers
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Rogers (w) 7 8
Jrarvela (1) 1%/ 5
Priskhorn 1% 5
Bruchanski 2% 1
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4 0 0

Wagner 2b

By MARK RONAN a goal just after the nine minute
Hobbled by numerous injuries mark. Shortly thereafter, Don Hol-
and worn almost to the point of man brought the ball down but lost
utter exhaustion by a demanding a scoring opportunity as it slipped
schedule, the Michigan Lacrosse from his stick. Quickly, he regain-
Club nevertheless managed to ed possession behind the Bowling
mount a spirited attack to over- Green net and passed to Rick
come a determined Bowling Green Bays, who flashed in a low shot
Lacrosse Club, 10-6, Sunday after- for the score. A bit later Bays
noon. collected another goal with an as-
Late in the third period the sist from Kilkowsky. In a matter
Wolverines trailed their guests of seconds midfielder Dennis Bur-
from Ohio 6-2 and only the hot dziak notched a goal and the third
Michigan tempers belied the cold quarter ended in a 6-6 tie.
palor of impending doom which
shrouded the frustrated Blue. The THE MICHIGAN onslaught con-
third successive Michigan loss ap- tinuedi unabated in the fourth quar-
peared certain. ter. On an assist from Dan Lamble,
Suddenly Michigan awoke from Dick Dean scored what would
its near-fatal stupor and displayed prove the winning goal a minute in-
an aggressive co-ordinated attack, to the final period.
something which had eluded them A
muh of the aftenon' Attackman Bays led the Michi-
muchf th aft~eo n a gan offense with a total of four
Within a span of threeand a half goals. Kilkowsky collected two
minutes, the Michigan stickmen goals and was credited with three
fired in four goals. Midfielder Jim assists. Co-captain attackman Bob
Kilkowsky began the barage with DiGiovanni gave Michigan its first
score of the contest and added an

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pected to give them much trouble.
Things began badly for the Wol-
verines and soon became worse.
The Bowling Green stickmen dis-
played amazing speed and hustle
and, time after time, bested Michi-
gan in struggles for the ball. Tom
Vogtsberger placed the visitors in
the lead 1-0. Then, Bowling Green's
John Sanfadino, unchecked by any
Wolverine defender, streaked to-
ward the Michigan net and flashed
the ball by goalie Tim Cotter. On
the strength of John Zimmerman's
goal, Bowling enjoyed a 3-0 lead
at the end of the first period.
Michigan's game did not come
into its own until the second half,
however, initial sparke of life ap-
peared in the second period. The
Wolverine stickmen began to fight
for the ball, the defense stiffened,
and the offensive effort began to
form under the direction of Cotter.
Michigan scored two goals in the
second period and appeared to have
tied the game on a goal by Kilkow-
sky, but it was ruled that the
half had ended a second before
the ball banged into the net.
EARLY IN the second half
Michigan permitted three succes-
sive goals at which point, things
looked bleak. Several demoralizing
minutes passed as the play cen-
tered about the Bowling Green
goal, but no matter how Michigan
strained the ball would not go in.
Then, the floodgates were broken
iand Michigan was on its way.
After the game, DiGiovanni elat-
ed, "This may have been our best
game of the season. We were tired
and discouraged by the loss to
Denison (on Saturday). We were
down, but we came back and we
put it all together."

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