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Tuesday, May 22, 1973'

THE SUMMER DAILY

Page Eleven

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Gophers blast Illini;
nip batsmen for title
By The Associated Press entry will be Ohio University or field had eight hits in 11 at bats
The Minnesota Gcphers, stag- Miami of Ohio. to raise his average to .453 in the
ing a great comeback to win The leading Gopher hitter was Big Ten.
the Big Ten baseball crown, now Dave Winfield, a 6-5 pitcher-out- Minnesota had to stage a late
aim for the NCAA championship. fielder who started on the Min- rally to win the first game in
The Gophers swept a double- nesota Basketball team the, past which Illinois led 6-3 going into
header from Illinois 7-6 and 10-3 two years as well. Playing in two the final inning. Three walks and
Saturday to storm to the con- Friday victories over Purdue and singles by Tim Grice, Dave Win-
ferene championship aeoeoget-- field andJon Walseth put the
tiag off to a slow start in divid- the double victory Saturday, Wins- Gophers across.
ing their first eight games. The R ::: :Sophomore Ken Herbst then
double victory over Illinois ran followed with a four-hitter in the
Minnesota's conference string to v Big Ten nightcap.
Th opers. wilheaiMichigan, the preseason fa-
The Gophers will head into the $9Stand ngs vorite, split a doubleheader with
NCAA District 4 Tourntment for Northwestern to finish second
a ninth time. They won NCAA FINAL two names behind Minnesota.

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titles in 1956, 1960 and 1964. The
last Big Ten team to win the
NCAA was Ohio State in 1966.
Minnesota will play the Mid-
American Conference champion
May 31 in the opening round of
the District tournament at Car-
bondale, Ill. Host Southern Illi-
nois faces Marshall University in
the other opening day game of
the double elimination tourna-
ment, which continues June 1-2.
Southern Illinois, 33-3, and Mar-
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Northwestern won the first game
3-2 but Michigan took the night-
cap 2-0 as Pete Helt hurled a
four-hitter and struck out seven.
Ohio State took a pair from
Indiana 5-2 and 8-7 to finish the
season with an 11-7 record good
enough for a third place finish.
Iowa, last year's champion,
smashed last place Purdue 11-5
and 7-5 while Wisconsin and
Michigan State split a double-
header with Wisconsin taking the
opener 7-6 and Michigan State
winning the second game 4-1.

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Sports of The Daily

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Diamond dusting
"June Swoons" have plagued the San Francisco Giants
throughout their baseball history but this year the swoon has
started a month early. The Giants, riding on top of the NL West
for most of the season have already been upstaged by the pow-
erful Houston Astros, who led the San Francisco club by one game
prior to last night's nationally televised encounter. Ed Brink-
man, of all people, leads the American League in triples with
four . . . Lefty-swinging Ron Blomberg of the Yankees doesn't
get to face many southpaws but he certainly is tearing up AL
righthanders. "The Boomer" has rapped out 22 hits in his last
44 at bats and raised his batting average to .370.
Cage mumblings
A few notes on the hardcourts graced our wire yesterday-
All-American Ernie DiGregorio signed with the NBA Buffalo
Braves for a cool $1 million . .-. Immortal L. A. Laker Jerry
West ended the speculation that he was going to retire by an-
nouncing that he would play another season with the Lakers
... and one you all were waiting for, the San Antonio ABA fran-
chise has been officially dubbed the "Spurs".
Are they kidding
INDINAPOLIS-The American Basketball Association cham-
pion Indiana Pacers Monday challenged NBA runner-up Los
Angeles to a post-season showdown.
The Pacers earlier issued the same challenge to the New
York Knicks, who dethroned the Lakers in the NBA finals this
year, but the Knicks declined.
On tab.. . .
The Tigers will face the equally unimpressive, floun-
dering, inconsistent, fumbling, disappointing, pennant-con-
tending New York Yankees at Tiger Stadium tonight at
8:05. Mel Stottlemyre will hurl for the Bombers against
Bengal Woody Fryman.

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