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Tuesday, July 9, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

THE..M.C.H-GAN..DAILY...a.e.Eleven.

BASEBALL, TRACK, TENNIS

Hott prospects
This year's recruiting wars THE BIG CATCH for Brian
have finally come to an end. Eisner's Net Machine is Bud-
The three spring sports, base- dy Gallagher, who ranks na-
ball, track, and tennis, have tionally in the top twenty sin-
come through with their lists gles players and was a semi-
of young student - athletes who finalist in the National Indoor
will be wearing the Maize and Championships.
Blue next season. "Buddy is good enough to
The Wolverine batsmen were step in and play next season,"
killed last season by a lack of enthuses Eisner. "And with our
hitting, which negated the work depth, that isn't easy to say."
of an excellent pitching staff.
So coach Moby Benedict made N
the logical move of making his
prize recruit another pitcher, BASEBALL
lefthander Craig McGinnis of
Flint. Jim Berra, shortstop
McGinnis is a definite blue- Harper Woods Notre Dame
chipper, having tossed a no-hit- Mike Brielmaier, pitcher
ter in his senior year, and being Birmingham Brother Rice
a draftee of the Chicago Cubs. Dave Chapman, shortstop
He will help make the formid- Grosse Pointe North
able Wolverine pitching staff Lance Duni, outfield
even more so. T

Sig ned
Bill Wasilewski, catcher
Livonia Bentley
TRACK
Mike McGuire, two mile
Farmington
Jim Stokes, pole vault
Flint Kearsley
Randy Foss, shot put
Mason
Doug Hennigar, sprint
Ann Arbor Pioneer
Jeff Swanson, high jump
Battle Creek Pennfield
Dave Furst, 440
Niles Brandywine
Jim Grace, 440
Detroit Mumford
Lynn Dobosy, hurdles
Berea, Ohio
TENNIS
James "Buddy" Gallagher
Larchmont, N.Y.
Brad Holland
Chicago
Greg Hodgman
Kalanhazoo
THE JEWISH
GRAD GROUP
"SUMMER
BREATHERrr
+r Refreshments
" Volleyball
* Surprises
Meet & Greet
Every Wednesday
8:00 p.m.
1429 Hill Street

-N LVi
Major League Leaders
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pljayer Club G An R t Pet. Player Club G An It HPet.
Carew in 79 318 4612s .384 Garr Atl 84 351 45 17 7 36
Hargrove Tex 63 193 27 67 .347 R.Smitl Stl. 72 255 38 87 .341
R.Jackson Oak 73 250 47 82 .32s Gross Ittn 79 272 47 92 .338
Orta Clii t3 217 35 71 .327 Zlisk Pgh 73 254 311 82.323
Stanton Cal 53 198 24 4 .323 niShidt Phi 272 50 87 .320
Randle Tex 76 248 37 80 .323 D. Cash Phi 82 336 55 107 .318
McRae KC 78 274 40 98 .321 Buckner LA 73 292 39 93 .318
Ystrzmski Bsn 79 276 49 89 .319 Grubb SD 77 251 33 79 .319
Braun Mis 70 245 27 79 .318 Geronimo Cia 71 191 36 60 .314
1. Robinso nBal 77 291 50 89 .317 Mogan Cin 82 290 50 90 .10
Mama Runs Homse Runs
D. Allen, Chicago, 21; Hendrick, Cedeno, Houston, 19; wynn, Los
Cleveland, 16; Mayberry, Kansas Angeles, 19; Schmidt, Philadelphia,
City, 1; R. Jackson, Oakland, 16; 19; Bench, Cincinnati, 15; Stargell,
W. Hocton, Detroit, 19; Briggs, Mil- Pittsburgh, 14; T. Perez, Cinels-
waukee, 15. ash, 14; Garvey, Los Angeles, 14.
Runs Batted In Runs natted In
Burroughs, Texas, 61; 0. Alirn, Cedeno, Houston, 69; Garvey, Los
Cctago, 53; Rut, Oakland, 96; Angeles, 64; Schmidt, Philadelphia,
ariggs, Milwaukee, 55; R. Jackson, 61; Cey, Los Angeles, 61; Wynn,
Oakland, 51. Los Angeles, 61.
Pitching (7 Decisions) Pitching (7 Decisions)
G. Perry, Cleveland, 15-1, .938; John, Los Angeles, 13-2, .167; Me-
Sprague, Milwaukee, 6-1, .857; Fin- smth, Los Angeles, 8-2, .500; Mar-
gers, Oakland, 7-2, .778; Rd Rdgez, Glothen, St. Louis, 12-3, .800; Messr-
Milwaukee, 5-2, .714; Corbin, Min- shall, Los Angeles, 11-3, .786; Cap-
nesota, 5-2, .714; Hamlton, Oakland, ra, Atlanta, 9-3, .765; gaston, 8-3,
5-2, .714 Margan, Texas, 7-3, .700; .750; Hough, Los Angeles, 6-2, .750;
Cuellar, Baltimore, 10-5, .667. Hardy, San Diego, 6-2, .750,
LOW-COST FLIGHTS with
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STILL AVAILABLE FROM
College Travel Services-(416) 962-8464
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LATEST AVAILABILITY:
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NEW YORK to LONDON . . .. $319 (fixed return)
*NEW YORK to LONDON or PARIS . . $389 (3 to 6 wks.)
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*from COLUMBUS ......... odd $90
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YOUTH FARES THROUGH CANDADA
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from TORONTO to above destinations .... odd $20
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Booking forms are still available trom your Student Activities
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Services directly.

t*

NEW TRACK COACH Jack
Harvey concentrated his efforts
on the state of Michigan, bring-
ing in five state champions.
Jim Stokes holds the state re-
cord in the pole vault, with a
jump of 15-6 3/4. Randy Foss,
Jeff Swanson, and Dave Furst
won Class B titles in the shot
put, high jump, and 440, re-
spectively, while Mike McGuire
was state champ in the two mile
as a junior.

Ben Kawa, pitcher
Toronto, Ontario
Craig McGinnis, pitcher
Flint Powers
Mike Parker, third base
Toledo, Ohio
Scott Colomon, second base
Grosse Pointe South
Bill Stennett, pitcher
Royal Oak Dondero
Bill Sygar, second base
Niles, Ohio

PIANO LESSONS
JOAN HOERLEIN
. . . currently working on her doctorate
at the University, will be taking appoint-
ments for private instruction.
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