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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, May 6, 1971

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Major League Leaders Horsehidemen need help
Through Tuesday's Games
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
ab r h Pet. g aS r h Pet. h
Mmn 239719 31.39 Garr Ati 24 99 1740.0
rup Det 23 90 19 32 .356 Millan Atl 24 97 9 36 .371
or MY 22 92 13 29 AM4 Mays SF 22 76 17 29 .36E

Oliva
North
11uree

Yas'tm'ski Bsn 23 80 .22 27 .335
Killebrew Min 25 95 10 32 .337
D. J ohnoBal 2 7 12 29 333
Schaal KC 26 84 16 21 .333
Unser Was 21 61 6 20 .321
Rojas KC 26 101 1l5 33 .327
R. Smith Bsn 23 93 16 30 .323
Home Runs
Oliva, Minnesota, 7; J. Powell, Bal-
timore, 6; White, New York, 5;
Spencer, California, 5; Bando, Oak-
land, 5; R. Jackson, Oakland, 5;
W. Horton, Detroit, 5.
Runs Hatted In -
Killebrew, Minnesota, 23; J. Pow-
ell, Baltimore, 22; Northrup, De-
troit, 21; Yastrzewski, Boston, 20;
Bando, Oakland, 19.
Pitching
3 Decisions
Palmer, Baltimore, 5-0, 1.000; Sie-
bert, Boston, 4-0, 1.000; Hedlund,
Kansas City, 3-0, 1.000; Blue, Oak-
land, 6-1, .857; E. Fisher, California,
4-1, 1.00; Drago, Kansas City, 4-1,
.800; McNally, Baltimore, 4-1, .800;

Brock Stl 26 104 20 38 .365
Staub Mtl 17 64 12 23 .359
Grote NY 22 71 12 25 .3522
Stargill Pgh 24 91 17 32 .352
Torre StL 28 107 17 37 .346
Bonds SF 23 96 24 33 .344
Simmons StL 26 85 10 29 .341
Home Runs
Stargell, PittsHurgh, 12; H. Aaron,
Atlanta, 11; Bench, Cincinnati, 9;
Cepeda Atlanta, 7; Colbert, San
Diego, 7; Bonds, San Francisco, 7.
Runs Hatted In
Stargell, Pittsburgh, 31; H. Aaron,
Atlanta, 23; Torre, St. Louis, 19;
Colbert, San Diego, 19; Mays, San
Francisco, 19.
Pitchint
3 Decisions
Renke, Montreal, 3-0, 1.000; Ryan,
New York, 3-0, 1.000; Blass, Pitts-
burgh, 3-0, 1.000; Gullett, Cincin-
nati, 3-0, 1.000; Dierker, Houston,
4-0, 1.000; Mikkelsen, Los Angeles,
3-0, 1.000; J. Johnson, San Francisco,
3-0, 1.000.

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By RICK CORNFELD
The Wolverine batsmen had
reason to be hopeful of great
success in the Big Ten this year.
Backed by strong pitching,
Michigan won 11 out of 15
games before the start of con-
ference play, but then played
three of the top Big Ten teams
and lost four of six.
"We've got to get better hit-
ting, and our fielding is going to
have to improve, too," coach
Foreman
spurns Aui
OAKLAND (' - Dick Sad-
ler, manager of No, 1 heavy-
weight contender George Fore-
man, said yesterday, "I'm not
interested" in a proposal that
his fighter meet former cham-
pion Muhammad A.
The 32-year-old Foreman, in
training for a fight here Mon-
day with Gregario Peralta of
Argentina, should fight cham-
pion Joe Frazier next, Sadler
said.
O u
MR. MINI'S
Submarines

Moby Benedict said of his pro-
geny.
The infield has been espec-
ially disappointing. The b e s t
that can be said for the hitting
is that it was not supposed to be
outstanding.
The Wolverines do not have a
single .300 hitting regular and
only two hitting better t h a n
.250, Jim Kocoloski at .293 and
Tom Kettinger at .286.
Pat Sullivan, whose grand
slam was the highlight of a dis-
mal doubleheader at Central
Michigan 'Tuesday, leads the
team in RBIs with 17.
The last day of classes was
Betts signs
with Jets
NEW YORK (P) - Jim Betts,
Michigan's star safety, has
signed a contract with the New
York Jets of the National Foot-
ball League, the club said yes-
terday.
Betts, who was used as both
safety and backup quarterback
for the Wolverines last year, will
be used in the same capacity for
the Jets.
As ajunior, Betts was used
strictly as a reserve for startiog
quarterback Don Moorhead, but
last year he was switched to
safety, although he saw some
action as quarterback.
Earlier this spring, Moorhead,
who had been drafted by New
Orleans of the NFL, signed with
Vancouver of the Canadian Foot-
ball League.

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the first day of conference play
for Michigan, and the Wolver-
ines celebrated by knocking the
ball for a total of three hits in
two games against Iowa.
Still, they split the duo. Pete
Helt pitched a strong first game,
allowing five -hits and striking
out eight. A home run by Jim
Cox cost Helt the game, how-
ever, with Michigan unable to41
get a runner past second.
The second game featured an
exceptional pitching perform-
ance by Iowan Mike Heckroth,
who allowed only one hit.
That was on a grounder by
John Lonchar that the third
baseman bobbled and that the 4
scorer mercilessly ruled a single.
The Wolverines went on for a
2-1 win for M i k e Elwood on
sloppy Hawkeye fielding.
The next day Michigan also
split, this time with defending
champ Michigan State. Ace Jim
Burton, who has been bothered
by a bad back, struggled after
the second inning, but Michi-
gan won the opener, 3-1.
The nightcap was a different
story, however, with the Goph-
ers jumping all over Tom Fles-
zar and Dan Fife for a 9-2 past-
ing of the Wolverines.
A 10-0 drubbing of Detroit
followed, and then a three-game
set with Michigan State 1 a t
weekend.
A two-run homer by Kettin-
ger in Friday's contest was wast-
ed, as heralded Rob Clancy was
otherwise able to shut Michigan
out and gain a 7-2 victory.
Burton, whose back is bother-
ing him so much he may not
pitch this weekend, got the loss
On Saturday, elt threw a
three-hitter for the seven inn-
ings he worked, but Michigan's
hitting was true to form and the
Spartans won, 2-0.
The nightcap did not count
for the conference standings.
Mark Crane hit a grand slam,
and an 11th inning sacrifice fly
by Kettinger gave Michigan a
6-5 win.
y Big Ten Standings
W L Pet. GB
MSU 5 1 .833 -
Minnesota 6 2 .750 -
Illinois 5 3 .625 1
Iowa 5 3 .625 1
Purdue 4 4 .500 2
Ohio State 3 5 .375 3
Indiana 3 5 .375 3
MICHIGAN 2 4 .333 3
Wisconsin 2 4 .333 3
Northwes'n 1 5 .167 4
TOMORROW'S GAMES
MICHIGAN at Indiana, 2
MSU at Ohio State, 2
Minnesota at Wisconsin, 2
Iowa at Northwestern, 2
SATURDAY'S GAMES
MICHIGAN at Ohio State, 2
MSU at Indiana,2
Minnesota at Northwestern, 2
Illinois at Purdue, 2
Iowa at Wisconsin, 2
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