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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, May 12, 1972

HOOSIERS HERE TOMORROW:
Batsmen host Buckeyes

Michigans batsmen get back
inta Big Ten action this week-
end with a pair at home 1 :e0
p.m. doubleheaders against In-
diana and Ohio State. Michigan
is 3-3 in the early conference
going but still have an outside
chance to take the conference
title with two weeks' action re-
maining.
Neither the Buckeyes or the
Hoosiers have fared well in con-
ference play and the Wolverines
should be able to have a good
weekend if they can show con-
sistent play. Coach Moby Bene-
dict's team has a solid .293 team
batting mark in the conference,
but all three setbacks were shut-
out losses.
In those three losses the Wol-
verines have stranded 11, 11 and
16 men, revealing a team diffi-

This Weekend in Sports
FRIDAY
BASEBALL-Ohio State (2) at Fisher Field, 1:00 p.m.
TENNIS-Big Ten Tournament at Wisconsin
SATURDAY "
BASEBALL-Indiana (2) at Fisher Field, 1:00 p.m.
TENNIS-Big Ten Tournament Semi-Finals at Wisconsin
h SUNDAY
TENNIS-Big Ten Tournament Finals' at Wisconsin

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culty at coming up with clutch
hits.
Third baseman John Hornyak
is the team's top hitter with a
.364 league average and short-
stop Mark Crane, centerfielder
Leon Roberts, firstbaseman Pat
Sullivan, and outfielder Tomr
Kettinger are all hitting over
.300.
Kettinger probably wont be
starting today, however, as Greg
Buss has apparently beaten out
Ktettinger for the left field slot.
Mike DeCou completes the out-
field and Brian Balaze handles
second while John Lonchar does
the catching.
All four of Michigan's starters
will get into action, but Bene-
dict's plans are uncertain. He
will have the use of junior aces
Mickey Elwood (1-2. -.23 era)
in the Big Ten and Pete Helt
(1-1, 4.61) and freshmen Mike
Joyce and Craig Forhan.
Ohio State's top performers
have been pitcher Lyall Fulks
and shortstop Bill Sero while
the Hoosiers rely on Steve Sor-
guis for their best pitching and
footballer Ken St. Pierre for
their power. St. Pierre leads the
FRIDAY and
SATURDAY
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Big Ten with his three home
runs.
League leading Northwestern
is idle today but engages in a
crucial doubleheader tomorrow
at second-place Iowa. The
Hawkeyes also meet Wisconsin
twice on their home field.
The Wildcats' John McCarthy
is the Big Ten's top hitter with
a .519 average and two other
Northwestern starters are hit-
tineover .350 while the team
average is a phenomenal .327.
Undefeated Steve Artemenko
(3-0) and Steve McMullen (3-1)
should be ready for the to face
the Hawkeyes tomorrow.
Brad Van Pelt, Michigan
State's star football safety and
basketball forward, is also a
baseball pitcher and leads the
conference with his 0.40 era.
The Spartans, tied with Michi-
gan for fourth fifth also will be
playing with the Hoosiers and
Buckeyes, and also has an out-
side chance at the title.
Police Ha)
Walton in
war rally
From Wire Service Reports
Bill Walton, the all-every-
thing in college basketball last
year, was arrested in Los Angeles
yesterday, protesting what he
termed "President Nixon's hem-
ous war policies."
When asked if he was worried
that the arrest might jeopardize
his college career, Walton re-
plied tersely, "If being arrested
gets the point across . . ." He did
not finish.
Coach John Wooden was un-
available for comment.
The incident took place on the
UCLA campus. Police requested
demonstrators to disperse from
Murphy Hall and when the re-
sponse was not forthcoming, stu-
dents were taken into custody.
College officials did not chose
to speculate on any disciplinary
action to the star hoopster.
"These things are hard to pre-
dict. Going on past experience,
none will be taken."
"Campus disciplinary action is
a long drawn ut process in-
valving Student Conduct Com-
mittee Hearings," the University
spokesman stated.
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