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Friday. Moy 11, 1973

THE SUMMER DAILY

Page Eleven-

I ,v 97THSMEDALel

Batsmen travel
inquest of title

By The Associated Press THE
While the pace-setting Minne- in the
sota Gophers are marking time ley of
in non-conference play t h i s age fo
weekend, the deadlocked run- man
ners-up, Michigan and Michigan are Jo
State, have a chance to chisel at .42
away at the Gophers' two-game
lead.
with
MICHIGAN and Michigan State of Pu
could both climb into a first place Dav
tie by sweeping their weekend and A
doubleheaders. The two are tied
for second with 6-4 records. Min- both I
nesota leads the pack with 10-4. Michig
Michigan will be at Ohio State 3-0 bu
for a pair today and then goes ed ru
to Indiana for two games to-
morrow. Michigan State has a
doubleheader date with Indiana
today and then hikes to Ohio
State for a pair tomorrow.
Ohio State and Indiana a r e
still very much in contention.
The Buckeyes have a 7-5 re-
cord and Indiana is 6-6.
The only other conference ac- Wisc
tion this weekend finds Illinois,
4-8, at Purdue, 2-10. Ohio

CURRENT batting leader
conference is Tom Ship-
Wisconsin with a .488 aver-
llowed by Iowa's Lee Bau-
at .432. Other top batsmen
hn Rhode of Michigan State
3, Bob Dekas and J o h n
rthy, both of Northwestern,
405 marks and Jim Braum
rdue at .400.
e Winfield of Minnsota
Andy Otting of Wisconsin
have 4-0 pitching records.
gan's Art "Ace" Adams is
it has a perfect 0.00 earn-
n average for 21 innings.

Major League Leaders
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEA
BATTING (45 at bats) - P. Kelly, BATTING (45 at bats
Chi, .460; Kirkpatrick, RC, .382; SF, .392; Fairly, Mon, .3
Holt, Min, .379; Munson, NY, .351; .373; Watson, ltn, .369
Valentine; Cal, .351. Pgh, .349.
RUNS - Mlayberry, KC, 21; Patek, RUNS - Bonds, SF, 3
KC, 21; R. Jackson, Oak, 21; Rojas, 27; Cardenal, .Chi, 23;
KC, 20; Otis, KC, 20. 23; Rose, Cin, 23.
RUNS BATTED IN - Mayberry, RUNS BATTED IN -
KC, 28; Melton, Chi, 23; Tenace, 26; Watson, Htn, 25; R
Oak, 21; Cepeda, Bsn, 18; D. May, Mil, A. Oliver, Pgh, 24; Star
18; R. Jackson, Oak, 18. Evans, Atl, 22.
hITS - Otis, EC, 35; Valentine, HITS - Fuentes, Sl
Cal, 34; Rajas, KC, 34; Munson, NY, SF, 45; Watson, MSn,
33; Freehan, Det, 30; R. Jackson, Oak, Mtn, 40; Speier, SF, 31
30. Pgh, 37.
DOUBLES - tirkpsatrick, KC, 9; DOUBLES - Ceden
Rojas,EC, 8; 0. Allen, Cli, 7; Ben- Bonds, SF,S10; Ferguson
derson, Chi, 7; Otis, 'KC, 7. denal, Chi, 8; Beckert,
TRIPLES - Harper, Bsn, 3; E. TRIPLES - Sangui
Brinkman, Det, 3; D. Allen, Chi, 3; Metzger, Btn, 3; Maddo
Hisle, Min, 3. HOME RUNS - Star
HOME RUNS.- Mayberry, KC, 8; Bench, Cin, 9; H.
Tenace, Oak, 8; D. May, M, 7; Wynn, Mtn, 8; Bonds,E

GUE
) - Maddox,
86; Mota, LA,
; Sanguillen,
3; Wynn, Btn,
Stargell, Pgh,
Bench, Cin,
onds, SF, 25;
rgell, Pgh, 22;
F, 45; Bonds,
41; Cedeno,
3; Sanguillen,
nI, itn, 12;
nLA, 9; Car-
Chi, 0.
len, Pgh, 3;
a, SF, 3;
gell, Pgh, 1;
Aaron, Atl, 8;
SF, I,

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MINNESOTA will entertain
Mankato State today in a double-
header and then go to Wiscon-
sin-LaCrosse for another twin bill
tomorrow.
The Gophers then wind up the
Big Ten season at home t h e
following weekend. It shouldn't
be too rough for the Gophers
since they take on Purdue and
Illinois in a couple of double-
headers.

Minnes
Indiana
Purdue
Northw.
Illinois
Iowa
Mich. S
MICHI

Big Ten.
Bat i n g
Runs HR
in 75 5
ate 70 15
Ita 87 15
57 8
48 2
estern 83 6
51 2
47 5
late 36 5
GAN 30 0

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