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The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 17. 1998 -


*Top pro prospect to
start against Michigan

The NFL Draft
Now that their days in the maize
and blue are over, some of
Michigan's finest football players
will try and make the cut in
professional ranks tomorrow at the
Draft (noon. ESPN). Some of the
marquee Wolverines with draft
hopes are Charles Woodson, Brian
Griese, Chris Floyd, Chris Howard
and Glen Steele. Here's the order

By Andy La tack
1ailY Sport" \nter
* ro baseball scouts dotted the stands of Fisher
Stadium during Michigan's series with Minnesota
last weekcid. Not checking out any player in par-
ticular. according to one of the scouts, they lounged
in the warm weather and most were gone by mid-
They were probably just warming up their radar
guns for this weekend.
There will be many watchful eyes as Michigan
(5-7 Big Ten, 15-17-I overall) begins a four-game
series with Michigan State today.
Taking the hill for the Spartans tomorrow will be
Mark Mulder, considered by many to be the top
left-handed pitching prospect in college baseball.
The 6-foot-6, 200-pound junior, who is Michigan
State's everyday first baseman when he is not
pitching, will throw the first garne of a double-
header at Oldsmobile Park in East Lansing.
Mulder has been one of the few bright spots for
the struggling Spartans (4-8, 15-18), but has gotten
little run support in his outings. Because of this, he
posts a mediocre 3-4 record with a 3.86 ERA on
the season.
4 But the hard-throwing southpaw has been on fire
of late, sitting opposing batters down with ease.
Last week, he struck out 10 in a scoreless six-
inning performance against Oakland - a 4-0
Michigan State victory. He followed this with a 14-
strikeout performance against Indiana, a game in
which the Spartans struggled offensively, losing 2-
6. The hurler has 76 strikeouts on the season, and is
chasing the Michigan State single season record of
So is Michigan coach Geoff Zahn doing any-
thing special to prepare his Wolverines for the pos-
sible No. 1 overall pick in June's draft?
jNot really. He's just offering them the same
choice they've had all season.
"Every time you are at the plate, you only have

to make one decision whether to swing or not."
lahn said. "This isn't (Seattle Maiers ace) Randy
Johnson in mid-season form: this is a kid with a lot
of potential. We're going to go after him like we do
anybody else."
When the Wolverines do go after people, they
have been successful.They played aggressive base-
ball last weekend against second-place Minnesota
and took three of four games from the Gophers.
And after playing Illinois, Ohio State and
----- -----Minnesota -the top

This weekend's series
Who: Michigan vs Michigan
Where: Fisher Stadium (today
and Sunday), Oldsmobile Park
When: Today (3 p.m.),
tomorroW (doubleheader at I
p.m.). Sunday (1 p.m.)
Notables: Michigan will host
the Spartanstoday and
Sunday, with the twinbill
sandwiched in tomorrow in
Fast Lansing.

three teams in the con-
ference standings -
the Wolverines finally
meet a team that is not
playing its best base-
ball. The Spartans
dropped an 8-5 deci-
sion to Eastern
Michigan on
Wednesday, mustering
just five hits against
the Eagles. The
Spartans also split a

of the first round:
1. Indianapolis
2. San Diego
3. Arizona
4. Oakland
5. Chicago
6. St. Louis
7. New Orleans
8. Dallas
9. Jacksonville
10. Baltimore
11, Philadelphia
12. Atlanta
13. Cincinnati
14. Carolina
15. Seattle

16. Tennessee
17. Cincinnati
18. New England
19. Miami
20. Detroit
21. Minnesota
22. New England
23. Tampa Bay
24. NY Giants
25. Jacksonville
26 Pittsburgh
27. Kansas City
28. San Fran.
29. Green Bay
30. Denver

conference series with Indiana last weekend.
But Zahn, whose squad has also seen its share of
difficulty this year, will not let the Wolverines take
their arch-rival lightly.
"It's going to be a very intense series," Zahn said.
"They generally pitch pretty well and play good
defense, so they'll be a tough opponent"
But while the team will not look past Michigan
State, the Wolverines are primarily focusing on
their own performance.
"We're more concerned with doing what we do
well, both this weekend and for the rest of the year,"
Zahn said. "We're working on our mental
If Michigan is as mentally tough as last week-
end, the middle-of-the-pack Wolverines could be a
contender come crunch time in the Big Ten.

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Michigan State shortstop Tom Grigg, a senior, has been starting for the Spartan since his freshman sea-
son. This weekend, Grigg and the Spartans will try and steal a series from the Wolverines.

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Who: Michigan
Where: Michigan Stadium
When: Tomorrow, 12:45
Notables: Can't wait until the
fall for Michigan football?Just
go down to the Big House
(gates 1 and 10 only) and pay
$5, and you're in. Check out
Michigan's returning national
champions as they begin
their title defense.

Wrt& aW(N(I
Drop by Zingernan's Bakeshop on South University and enter to win
On Apil20,'98, a winner will be drawn and awarded a gift certificate for lunch for you
and a friend, lunch includes: a yummy sandwich, side salad, beverage, dessert and coffee for 2.


S 647-3336.
Spring/Summer Term
Apply =ow at the Law Library--
* non-Law Students
* Law Students
* S.I. Students
Apply in person:
Room S-180
in the Law Library's
underground addition,
8-noon and 1-5
Monday through Friday.

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Thanks to the support of the entire University community, the Winter 1998
Environmental Theme Semester has been an unprecedented success! The
semester is coming to an end, however the message of the Environmental
Theme Semester is not, and will never be, over. We invite you to continue to
join us in rethinking, and reimagining, our relationship to the environment.
We're not done changing the world, so stay involved, stay energized, and keep
your eyes out for M-Fest: Party for the Planet in the Fall of 1998!




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The Faculty & Student Environmental Theme Semester Planning Teams
the people who made it all happen

Reiko Ando
Mark Axelrod
Julie Albertus
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Chad Bailey
Lisa Bassani
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Albert Garcia
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Jeff Harris
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