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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, April 17, 1973

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Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY

HOST NOTRE DAME TODAY

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By MARK RONAN

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Life took on added significance
for the Big Ten baseball squads
last weekend as the first contests
of the 1973 conference season be-!
came a part of history. The Mich-,
igan Wolverines, on the road for
their opening games, provided
themselves with happy memories
by sweeping a doubleheader from
the Purdue Boilermakers and not-
ching the nightcap in a twinbill
with Illinois.
Fine performances on the part
of Michigan moundsman Pete Helt
and Art Adams carried the Wolver-
ines past the Riveters. Helt, a left-
hander, needed no relief help on
his way to his second consecutive
shutout as he blanked Purdue 9-0.;
In evening his record at 2-2, Helt
surrendered just three hits, a I 1
singles.
Michigan. pushed across t h e
game's first runs in the third in-
ning. Left fielder Tom Kettinger,
Michigan's hottest hitter at .380
hit a bases loaded single. Several
innings later, two more Wolverine
runs crossed the plate on first
baseman Pat Sullivan's second
triple of the season. Kettinger and
Sullivan were each credited with
two runs batted in.

)elters
Throughout most of the second
game Adams, also a southpaw,
and Boilermaker Bob Butsch wag-
ed a close battle. Purdue entered
the seventh inning with a 1-0 lead,
but Michigan collected two unearn-
Big Ten Standings
LW L Pct. GB,
MICHIGAN 3 1 .750"-
Michigan State 3 1 .750 -

iost three road
ed runs on a passed ball and an company of two old friends, Mich- Iowa
error. igan State and Ohio State. These cont
The following afternoon found the two teams will undoubtedly provide Fisc
Wolverines in Champaign. Fresh- some stiff competition for t h e host
man Chuck Rogers carried a 1-0 Wolverines in addition to this week- tern
record to the mound, but he re- end's opponents, Minnesota and lDam

wins

a. Hwever, before these other
enders make their stand at
her Stadium, Michigan will
a non-conference foe. This af-
oon, the Fighting Irish of Notre
ne arrive in Ann Arbor.

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Indiana
Wisconsin
Illinois
Minnesota
Iowa
Northwestern
Purdue

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ceived little in the way of fielding
assistance from his teammates.
Michigan committed six errors,
thus allowing five unearned runs.
The Illini triumphed 6-2, and Rog-
ers, though suffering the loss, pos-
sesses a 1.68 earned run averge
through 13 innings. Michigan short-I
stop Mark Crane, who belted twol
doubles in the final game against
Purdue, rifled two singles in the
losing cause.
Craig Forhan held Illinois to two
hits and enjoyed a 3-0 margin en-
tering the last inning of the final
game. However, Forhan shortly
ran into difficulties and issued a
walk and two singles to load the
bases with one out. Reliefer Tom
Joyce came on and walked Illin-
ois batters on eight straight pit-
ches. Finally, right-hander P e t e
Ross salvaged the 6-3 Michigan
victory for his third save.
The Wolverines, 3-1, are now on
top of the conference in the select

This Week int Sports
TODAY
BASEBALL-Notre Dame (2) at Fisher Stadium, 2 pm.
WEDNESDAY
TENNIS-Toledo at IM courts, 2:30 p.m.
LACROSSE-at Michigan State.
FRIDAY
BASEBALL-Minnesota (2) at Fisher Stadium, 2 p.m.
TRACK-Kansas Relays at Lawrence, Kansas.
TENNIS-Ohio State at IM courts, 2:30 p.m.
RUGBY-Chicago Amoco at Ferry Field, 6 pm.
SATURDAY
BASEBALL-Iowa (2) at Fisher Stadium, 1 p.m.
TRACK-Kansas relays at Lawrence, Kansas.
TENNIS-Indiana at IM courts, 1 p.m.
GOLF-Kepler Invitational at Columbus, Ohio.
FOOTBALL-Intrasquad game #t Michigan Stadium,,1:30 p.m.
LACROSSE-Michigan State at Ferry Field, 2 p.m.
SUNDAY
GOLF-Kepler Invitational at Columbus.

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Friday's Results
MICHIGAN 9-2, Purdue 3-1
Ohio State 4-4, Northwestern 3-1
Mich. State 1-3, Illinois 4-2
Indiana 2-1, Wisconsin 4-0
Saturday's Results
MICHIGAN 2-3, Illinois 6-2
Mich. State 7-12, Purdue 2-4
Ohio State 15-6, Wisconsin 7-1
Indiana 6-6, Northwestern 7-0
Minnesota 14-3, Iowa 4-4

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By JOHN KAHLER
The winter recruiting efforts
of Michigan's football coaches
neared their end last week as it
was announced that 24 letters of
intent were received from high
school prospects across the coun-
try.
The recruiters this year con-
centrated heavily on size, as 17
of the tendered players are line-
men or linebackers. They also
concentrated heavily on out-of-
state talent, bringing to a logical
conclusion a trend that started
when Bo Schembechler became
head coach .four years ago. Only
four players from the state of
Michigan intend to enroll at
Michigan next year.
Of these four, the two most
prominant are a pair of offensive
linemen from nearby Ypsilanti,
Greg Boik and Jim Hall. Boik,
a guard, and Hall, a tackle, were
considered good enough for
Woody Hayes to break his tra-
dition of never recruiting in Mich

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Bo brings home some.

igan to pay them a visit. They
should be aiding the team in the
immediate future.
The other players from the
state are Roger Szafranski, a
middle guard from Bay City,
and Bob Furgerson, a tailback
from Fruitport.
The out-of-staters are headed
by the usual bunch -of stellar
athletes from Ohio. Heading the
list is John Ceddia from Cincin-
nati, the only quarterback on the
list. Ceddia is reputed to have
a strong arm and excellent lead-
ership ability.
Rob Lytle will be a name to re-
member for the future. A star, at
Fremont-Ross High, he has been
described as "a Chuck Heater
with speed" and "the next Ron
Johnson." He will add to the
army of running backs Bo will
throw at the opposition next year.
Others who can stand watching
are Rick White of Cincinnati,
who has a shot at the split end
position, linebacker Steve An-

derson of Toledo, and offensive
tackle Gary Zolciak, also of
Toledo.
How much the freshmen will
be able to help the team is ques-
tionable. There is plenty of talent
returning. Last Saturday at Mich-
igan Stadium, two -running backs
in an uphill battle for starting
spots, Gil- Chapman and Gordon
Bell, put on an impressive show
before a crowd of coaches, rela-
tives, and onlookers.
Chapman, running with the
first string, ran off consistantly
good gains, and Bell, on the sec-

Bo's baby boys

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Name
Steve Anderson
Phil Andrews
Greg Boik
Jim Bolden
John Ceddia
Bob Furgerson
Steve Graves
Jim Hackett
Jim Hall
Jack Heffernan
John Hennessy
Robert Lang
Rob Lytle
Dick McAuliffe
Eric Phelps
Jim Smith
Roger Szafranski
Jerry Szara
Pete Traber
Darrell Truitt
Jerry Vogele
Rick White
Gary Zolciak
Jerry Zuver

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luckeyes
'ond string, turned in the best
runs of the day, back-to-back
efforts of 25 and 30 yards.
The two scores came on a long
touchdown pass from Tom Slade
to tight end George Przygogski
for the second string, and a short
plunge by Ed Shuttlesworth for
the first string. Safety Greg Koss
and middle guard Don Warner
turned in fine performances on
defense.
Dennis Franklin and Paul Seal
did not play due to minor in-
juries and Chuck Heater ran
only a few plays.

Hometown (High School)
Toledo, Ohio (Scott)
Brooklyn, N.Y. (Thos. Jeff.)
Ypsilanti, Mich. (Ypsilanti)
Akron, Ohio (East)
Cincinnati, O. (Roger Bacon)
Fruitport, Mich. (Fruitport)
Cleveland, O. (Collinwood)
London, O. (London)'
Ypsilanti, Mich. (Ypsilanti)
Staten Is., N.Y. (Msg. Farrell)
Chicago, Ill. (Gordon Tech)
Chicago, Ill. (Gordon Tech)
Fremont, O. (Fremont-Ross)
Jessup, Md. (Howard Co.)
Salem, N.H. (Salem)
Blue Island, Ill. (Eisenhower)
Bay City; Mi. (John Glenn)
Oaklawn, Ill. (Brother Rice)
Columbia, Md. (Mt. Hebron)
Cincinnati, O. (Oak Hills)
Cincinnati, O. (Elder)
Cincinnati, O. (Princeton)
Toledo, O. (Central Catholic)
Archbold, O. (Archibald)

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