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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, ay 8, 194

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wedneadoy, Moy 8, 1974

:LADS, GOLFERS LAG:
Wolverine batsmen

By JOHN KAHLER '
Moby Benedict, t'e Michigan
baseball coach, believes that
good pitching will tri':mnh over
good hitting. His Wolverine
baseball team tested that hypo-
thesis over the semester break,
and had indifferent success.
The Wolverines split a pair
of doubleheaders on the road,
winning 11-2 and losing 8-1 to
Iowa and repeating the trick
against Minnesota, winning 5-2
and losing 5-0. Ace Adams
picked up the victory against
Iowa, as DII Ted Mahan sup-
ported him by hitting the cycle.
Chuck Rogers went the distance
to beat the Gophers.
The Wolverine batsmen, who
had been struggling all year,
broke loose against Notre

Dame, pounding out an 18-11
triumph, Neighborhood rival
Eastern Michigan provided the
next opponent, but the weather
did not cooperate and the game
was called with the score tied
3-3.
Last Thursday, a re-scheduled
doubleheader with the Univer-
sity of Detroit produced yet an-
other split. Michigan won the
first game 6-0, as Craig Forhan
and Larry Sorenson combined
for the shutout. The second
game was lost 7-6 on a seventh
inning home run by the Titan
designated hitter,
On Saturday, it was time for
another Chuck Rogers special
as the former cager overpow-
ered Michigan State 2-1, low-
ering his ERA to 1.65 in the

process. After the game, it was
discovered that someone had
stolen Michigan's road uni-
forms. So the batsmen went
up to MSU Monday wearing
their home uniforms and over-
came the weather and the
Spartans, 5-4.
Yesterday, the Wolverines
journeyed to Kalamazoo and
brought home a split with West-
ern Michigan. A three-hitter by
Craig Forhan enabled Michi-
gan to gain the split after the
Broncos had won the opener,
5-4. Forhan received seventh
inning support on consecutive
doubles by Dick Walterhouse
and Chris Burek to gain his 3-2
decision.
With the semester break ac-
tion, Michigan is now 14-14-2
overall for the year and 44 in
the Big Ten.

spi t S
Thinclads harried
The Michigan thinclads jour-
neyed down to University Park,
Pa. and got their tails whump-
ed by the Nittany Lions of Penn
State. Scoring ten firsts, and
numerous seconds and thirds,
State rolled up a 102-52 decision
over the Wolverines.
The trackmen head for a dual
meet at Indiana this week, and
unfortunately not much im-
provement can be expected. The
Hoosiers are the class of con-
ference track and, as assistant
coach Jack Harvey put it,
"We're just hoping for good
performances down there to
give us an added incentive for
the Big Ten championships."
Putters holed
The golfers had two meets

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