Saturday, MOY 10, 1975
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, May 10, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven
Special To The Daity
The Michigan baseball team
is on top of the Big Ten. The
Wolverines swept a doublehead-
er from the Indiana Hoosiers
yesterday, wipning the opener
3-4 and the nightcap 5-1.
Coupled with a split by Michi-
hnc a s
The Chicago Track Club pays
a visit to Ann Arbor today, com-
peting in a dual meet with the
Michigan track team. The ac-
tion begins at 1:00 p.m. at Ferry
To Jack Harvey's thinclads,
the meet will be a warmup for
the Big Ten championships,
which will be held next week in
The Chicago Track Club is
composed of former collegiate
stadouts, and will prove a
stiff test for the Michigan
runners. Of particular inter-
est is the mile, in which Chi-
cago will be represented by
BItce Fisher, who has run
a 3:56 mile, and former MSU
star Ken Popejoy.
\ichigan will counter with
the distance tandem of Mike
c~sire and Greg Meyer, and
w ith a mile relay team mod-
estly described as "the best in
the Big Ten.,
Aso as a note to track fans,
the Central Collegiate Cham-
pionship meet, originally sched-
led for Eastern Michigan, has
been moved to Ann Arbor due
to troubles with the EMU track.
This meet, featuring the 27 best
track schools in the Midwest,
will be held May 23-24.
gan State in their doublehead-
er with Ohio State, the sweep
enabled Michigan to ease on top
of the league standings by one
half game. The Wolverines are
now 8-2 on the year, while the
Spartans are 7-2.
Chuck Rogers and Mark
Weber combined to limit In-
diana to a total of six hits
for the day. Rogers tossed a
four - hitter, hurling only 64
pitches in the process, as he
ran his career Big Ten won-
loss mark to 9-1
The former basketball star
got all the runs he needed in
the first inning. Mark Gren-
kowski opened the festivities
with a single to right, and Dick
Walterhotse drew a walk from
Hoosier pitcher Mark Hilde-
Hildebrand then proceeded to
loose all pretense of noise and
control. Ted Mahan and Randy
Hackney were both hit by errant
tosses, forcing in Grenkowski.
The hapless Hoosier then un-
corked a wild pitch, sending
The Wolverines added the fin-
al run in the second. With Tim
Berra on first, Dan Damiani at-
tempted a bunt, and was safe
as the Indiana first baseman
tossed wide to the second base-
man covering the play.
While all this was going on,
Berra took third, and scored on
a double-play ball hit by Gren-
In the second game, Mark
Weber took the honors, as he
tossed a two-hitter. The stocky
southoaw walked three and
struck out three.
Weber was staked to a 1-0
lead in the first. Grenkowski
singled to center and stole sec-
ond. Then, with two gone, Hack-
nev lashed a single to left, send-
ing Grenkowski home.
The barrage continued in the
second. Bill Haslerig beat out
a bunt, Jeff James legged out
an infield single, and Damiani
hit a soft liner to left, filling
Grenkowski and Walterhouse
followed with singles, picking
up an RBI apiece.
Indiana got a run in the
third on a walk, a double, and
an infield out, but Moby
Benedict's boys wrapped
things up in the fifth. Hack-
ney walked, Pete Ross hit a
single to right, and they both
advanced on a groundout.
James then added the final
two RBI's of the night by lash-
ing a single to center.
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Spring/Summer 1975 program
of photographic workshops.
The workshops are held in the.
magnificent setting of
Yosemite Volley and the
surroundinst High Sierra.
The workshops are small,
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Yosemite National Park
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Ma ior I onue Leaders
BATTING (50 at bats) - Carew,
Min, .412; Munson, NY, .407; Yount,
Mil, .386; Lynn, Bsn, .365; E. Mad-
dox. NY, .344.
RUNS - Rivers, Cal, 20; R. White,
NYV1to M.NettlesCat, to; Ilrnder-
son, Chi 18; Otis, KC 18; Randle,
RtUNS BATTED IN - McRae, KC,
21: G. Scott, Mil, 20; L. May, Bal,
18: Bochte, Cal. 18: Horton, Det,
17; Munson, NY, 17; Harper, Cal,
17: C. May, Chi, 17.
HITS - RiveroCat, 40: Murnson,
NY 3FMaddos NY. 33; Yunt,
Mil, 32: Chalk. Cal, 30; C. May, Chi,
30; Orta. Chi, 30; McRae, KC, 30.
DOUBLES - Chalk, Cal, 9: Mc-
Rae ,cC, 8; Lezeano, Mil, 7; 8 Tied
TRIPLES - Porter, Mil, 3; Rivers,
Cal, 3; Patek, KC, 3; 11 Tied with
HOME RUNS - Horton, Det, 6; L.
May, Bal, 5; Kiilebrew, KC, 5; Bur-
roughs, Tex, 5; 7 Tied with 4.
STOLEN BASES - Rivers, Cal, 19 ;
Otis, KC, 15; M. Netttes, Cal, 1t;
Patetk, KC, tt; 0. Ramiroz, Cat, 0;
North, Oak, 9; C. washington, Oak,
9; w. Davis, Tex, 9.
BATTING (50 at bats) - Lacy,
tA. .420: Morgan, Cin, .388; Cash,
Phi, .380; Cardenal, Chi, .363; Boone,
RUNS - Lopez, LA, 26; Cedeno,
tttn, 21; Concepcion, Cin, 20; Mor-
gan, Cin, 20; 6 Tie With 19.
RUNS BATTED IN - Bench, Cin,
24; T. Perez, Cin, 23: Garvey, LA,
23; Madtock, Chi, 21; Wynn, LA, 21;
winfield, SD, 21.
HtITS - Garvey, LA, 43; Rose.
Cin, 39; Cash. Phi. 38: Morgan, Cin,
38: Bench, Cin, 35; Concepcion, Cin
DOUBLES - Bench, Cin, 9; Ce-
deno, Htn, 9: Grubb, SD, 9; Speer,
SF, 9; 5 Tied with 8.
TRIPLES - D. Parker, Pgh, 3; R.
Andrews, tn, 3; 10 Tied with 2.
HOME RUNS - Cey, LA, 7; win-
field, SD, 7; 10 Tied with 5.
STOLEN BASES - Morgan, Cin,
18; Cedeno, Htn, 17; Lopes, LA, 12;
P. Mangal, Mon, 8; Concepcion,
Cin, 8; E. Hernandez, SD, 8.
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The Fight Against Racism in Boston
and May 17 March on Boston
On May 17, 1954, the U S. Supreme Court declared that "separate but
equal" schools are inherently unequal. That was twenty-one years ago.
Today in Boston, a violent "anti-busing" movement is seeking to roll back
the clock on constitutional rights, to preserve the same racist system of
segregation that has denied equal educational opportunities to Black chil-
dren for decades.
On May 17, 1975, a massive national march and rally will be held in
Boston to say "Twenty-one years is too long! Desegregate the Boston schools
now! Keep the buses rolli ng !"
We support this important action, called by the NAACP, and urge students
everywhere to participate.
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BUSING ISSUE IN BOSTON?
HOW DOES THE FIGHT AGAINST RACISM IN
4W , MAY BOSTON AFFECT STUDENTS ON CAMPUS?
HOW DOES IT LINK UP WITH OTHER
SPEAKERS from the Ann Arbor Student Cooli-
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Michigan Daily Chapter Dick Greaory
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