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Page Fourteen

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, May 13, 1972

Page Fourteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, May 1 3, 1972
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the nn arbor film Cooperative
Biting wit at a "gay," but unhappy, birthday party
THE BOYS INm THE BAN D
is NOT a musical. Original off-Broadway cast.
Directed by WILLIAM FRIEDKIN (Academy Award, Best Di r e ct o r, for THE
FRENCH CONNECTION)
"A LANDSLIDE OF TRUTHS! Brilliantly bitchy and incisive. A human and moving
picture."-TIME magazine.
"NOTHING SHORT OF BRILLIANT"-Judith Crist.
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COMING Thursday, May 18th, COMING Tuesday, May 23rd,
7 & 9 p.m. 7, 8:45 & 10:30 p.m.
MARLON BRANDO in ElA KAZAN'S THE MARX BROTHERS in
ON THE WATERFRONT HORSE FEATHERS
ONE OF BRANDO'S VERY FINEST!
WINNER OF 8 ACADEMY AWARDS PLUS: THE MANY MOODS OF SERFING
WE HAVE RAISED OUR ADMISSION PRICE TO $1
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Iowa sweeps,
ties for first
By Te Associated Press victory. Heckroth has a season
IOWA CITY - The Iowa record of 7-2 and a league mark
awkeyes swept a doubleheader of 5-0.
om the Wisconsin Badgers Iowa scored an unearned run
sterday 10-2 and 4-0, boost- in the fourth inning - all that
g the Hawkeyes into a share was needed for victory. Three
f the Big Ten lead with North- insurance runs came in the
estern. sixth inning on five hits
Iowa faces Northwestern to- * *
ay, and, should the Hawkeyes MINNEAPOLIS - The Min-
in both contests, they will nesota Gophers, virtually elimi-
ipture the championship no nated from the Big Ten baseball
atter the outcome of other race by falling 8-4 in the open-
ig Ten games. er, came back to whip North-
In the first game yesterday, western 1-0 on Bob Turnbull's
lark Tschopp pitched a four- two-hitter yesterday in the
itter and slammed a three-run nightcap and knocked the Wild-
omer to aid the Hawkeyes' cats into a tie with Iowa for
ctory. Tschopp boosted his the conference lead.
ason mark to 6-2. The split left Iowa and North-
Also aiding the Hawks was a western tied at 9-3 with their
tree-run homer by rightfielder doubleheader today at Iowa
arry Schutzius: City possibly deciding the cham-
In the second game, Bill pionship. Minnesota has a 9-5
eckroth pitched his third Big record heading into its final
en shutout in the last four doubleheader today against
utings in posting a two-hit Wisconsin.
The Gophers got the only run
in the nightcap when Gary
Hohman singled in the fourth
inning, stole second and raced
home on Dave Schelling's single.
Turnbull, retired the first 13
men he faced. The Wildcats got
their only singles in the fifth
and seventh innings.
Losing pitcher Steve McMul-
len allowed only four hits.
In the opener, Bob Arteneko,
4-0, scattered seven hits and
survived' a solo homer in the
seventh by Minnesota's Rick
Schoener. Bill Bauer and Bob
Dekas led the Northwestern
eight-hit attack with two hits
and three runs batted in each.
-. EAST LANSING, Mich .-Mich-
gan State kept alive its hopes
of retaining the Big Ten base-
ball championship by defeating
Indiana, 11-3 and 9-2, in a pair
of seven-inning games yesterday.
Michigan State worked over a
total of five Hoosier pitchers for
a total of 24 base hits, 12 in
each game, and incluling Shaun
Howitt's eighth home run of the
season in the second game off
Norman Werd.
Larry Ike, only a junior, be-
came MSU's all-time winning-
est pitcher when he - won the
second game, his sixth viccory
of the season and the 22nd of
his collegiate career.
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