100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

May 25, 1973 - Image 14

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1973-05-25

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Page Fourteen

THE SUMMER DAILY

Friday, a 25, 1973

Win fieldoest al
<Iyy :, , for Big Ten champs,

CHICAGO 0P) - Pitcher-out-
fielder Dave Winfield proved a
one-maol gang for champion Min-
nesota in the Big Ten baseball
season which ended last week-
end.
Final official league statistics
today certified Winfield, also a
Gopher baskethall player, as
both the Big Ten's slogging
champion and strikeout king.
Although first haseman Barry
Burnett of Indiana took the hat-
ting title wvith .471, runnerup Win-
field .453 led in RBIs trithl
20 and totsl hoses with 43.
ON THlE MOUND, Winfield
was .Na. I in strikeouts twith 39
Big Ten Statis
TEAMBItAT TING
R R 11Avg.
1. Minnesota 126 153 at .314
2. Wisconsin 83 135 5 .306
3. Ohtito State 110 149 18 .297
4. MICHIG18AN 67 138 4 .20
5. tndiana 81 134 12 .268
6. Illinnis 93 134 6 .266
7. Purdue 66 121 3 .003
8. loa 71 114 7 .240
9. Northwetten 03 107 7 .244
10. Michigan Stat,- 65 1115 3 .2290
TEAM PITCIG
CG II RH SO ERA
1. 'MIC11163AN 13 90 40 90 3.03
3. 'Minnesota 13 104 58 87 3.023
3. MichiganSo 5tte 13 109 83 88 3.39
4. Indiana 8 134 59 57 3.66
5. Northtoestert 6130 72 55 4.81
6. Wiscansin 8 133 60 54 5.301
7. Iowa 10 117 02 60 5.36
8. Illinois 1 130 87 60 5.5
9. Ohio Stat,' 6 133 19 73 6.00
10. Purdue 3 199 965111 t.93

and tied with teammate K e nt
Berbst for the best won-lost Me
cord at 4-0.
Other conference hitters fin-
ishing .400 or better included out-
fielder Tom Shipley of W 18g-
consin at .446; designated hitter
Jim Kocoloski of Michigan at
.408, and outfielder Lee Boo-
man of Wisconsin at .400.
A third Gopher pitcher', fresh-
man Steve Conmer 3-0, hod the
Big Ten's best ERA, 0.37, for
24 innings.
Minnesota,,sethichi captutred the
conference title with a 14-4 mark,
will take an overall 26-14-2 record
ino the NCAA D~istrict F o u r
toutrnament at Southern Illinois
University at Carhondale Maur
31 - Jtune 2.
The tolders' opening routnd ail-
poent will he either Ohio Uni-
ver-sity or Miami, Ohio, meceting
to as weekend series.
RELIABLE
ABORTION SERVICE
Clini~c iMic,-- to 24 week
pregancse termrinated, by li
cerasedobstianosgynecolo-
gst.Quick seraices wilhe or-
ras jcd.Lawrates.
CALL COLLECT
(216) 281-6060
24 HOUR SERVICE

Fishing
for a par

AP Photo
Jack Nicklaus who led the Atlanta (lassie after one round with a
three under par 67 salvaged a par on this whole despite going int
the .water (not fully .pictured). Doug Sanders (left) helps out.

TON IT E
300Wasktenaw

SATURDAY,
SUNDAY, AND
MONDAY
1 -3-5-7-9

DR. MATTHEW EKPO
SOUTHEASTERN NIGERIA
"AFRICANISMS IN AMERICAN LIFE:
EDUCATIONAL IMPLICATIONS"
TUESDAY, May 29--4 to 6 p.m.
Rackhom Auditorium
CO-SPONSORS: Center for Afroamnericon &
4 African Studies
School of Education

thbe Legend of Bogg Creeh
A TRUE STORY
Podced additeted byCHAREttPIERCE, WritttnbytEARL E SIiTH Msic byJAMIt MtNDOZANAVA IaEx eut ous L tI Wtt/LlCARLEIERCE~
Coltr 1101011HICOO imdinIi oICHNIICOP .
THE STORY OF THE "FOUKE MONISTER"
'-AAMWOII4tERNATIOIAA PICTURES RELEASE

Thrsay& rVa. MB ud. 3
7:30 &'9:30 --New World Film Coop

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan