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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, April 10, 1970

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, April 10, 1970

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Netters to defend title,
invade Indiana, OSU

RUN CRAZY:

Sluggers slas

by RANDY PHILLIPS
With 11 Big Ten tennis crowns
in the last 16 years, it would seem
that the Wolverines have some
sort of monopoly in that area of
conference competition. So the ob-
vious question arises as to wheth-
er the Maize-and-Blue-clad net-
ters can conquer the courts again
this season.
This question may well be an-
swered in part this weekend as
the Michigan racqueteers travel to
Indiana and Ohio State to open
their conference schedule. L a s t
year the Wolverines ran a w a y
f r o m second place Indiana by
nearly doubling their score 161-86.
On Friday afternoon the Hoos-
iers hope to be able to dethrone
the Big Ten's perennial king on
the combination of ability, depth,
and experience.
FOUR RETURNING lettermen
look for help f r o m a talented
group of freshmen and sopho-
mores - a situation that paral-
lels that of the Wolverines, who
also lost three of their starting
seven singles players due to grad-
uation.
Playing at the No. 1 o) No. 2
singles spot w i ll be sophomore
Mark Bishop, a former Illinois
State singles champion and No. 1
player on Chicago's Junior Davis
Cup Team.
Depth should play an important
role in the Hoosier's chances this
weekend. Indiana Coach Bill Lan-
din remarked, "This squad has

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more depth than any team I've
had at Indiana. The fight for po-
sitions each w e e k is bound to
make our club stronger."
After the match at Blooming-
ton, the Wolverines head into, the
den of the Buckeyes. The OSU
match, beginning Saturday after-
noon at 3 p.m., should be more of
a breather for Michigan.
Last year Ohio State wound up
tenth in conference p 1 a y and
does not appear to be in the title
picture again this season. Buck-
eye Coach John Hendrix called
his squad "reasonably balanced"
and "stronger in doubles t h a n
singles."
BOTH INDIANA and Ohio
State h a v e winning records to
date with the Hoosiers having an
edge with a 5-0 mark gained on
the strength of victories over Na-
vy 9-0, Georgetown 9-0, George
IWashington 9-0, Maryland 6-0,
and Notre Dame 7-2. OSU holds a
4-2 record with wins over Slip-
pery R o c k 9-0, Bowli ig Green
6-3 Kenyon 8-1, and Kent State
6-3: Their setbacks were at the
hands of Kentucky 2-7. and East-
ern Kentucky 4-5.
Michigan's line-up w ill be
somewhat different than the one
thmtdemolished Wisconsin State
9-0 last week. Bruce DeBoer mov-
ed up a notch to No. 3 singlesmas
he ousted Joel Ross in a chal-
lenge match.
Dick Ravreby, usually playing
at No. 6 singles and No. 3 dou-
bles will miss the weekend series
due to. a pulled t h i g h muscle
which has been bothering him for
a couple of weeks.
HIS REPLACEMENT in singles
will probably be Tim Ott, the No.
7 singles player. Ott will also team
up as usual with Mark Conti, No.
1 singles, at t h e first doubles
spot,
Jon Hainline, No. 2 singles, and
Ramone Almonte, who advanced
to No. 5 singles, will fill the third
doubles spot.
After returning to Ann Arbor,
Michigan's squad will have only
one day's grace before leaving for
Kalamazoo and a non-conference
duel with Western Michigan.
The tennis season is finally
moving into full swing, and the
matches are beginning to pile up;
but after all, it's spring - isn't
it?
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Special To The Daily
DETROIT-Michigan's base-
ball team made a spectacular
local debut yesterday by anni-
hilating the University of De-
troit 20-5.
The Wolverines got good
pitching from Mickey Elwood,
power hitting from Dan Fife,
Mike Bowen, and Mike Raffer-
ty and a big assist from t h e
Titans' fielders who com-
mitted nine errors.
Michigan wasted no time in
getting on the scoreboard by
notching two runs in the f i r s t.
The only hit in the rally was a
double by Bowen which brought
in both runs.
Titan starter Bob Turk w a s
kayoed in the second as the Blue
scored four times with only two
hits to the outfield. Rafferty
started the rally by tripling to
right and he scdred when Reggie
Ball was safe on an error. Ball
advanced around the bases with a
stolen Lase, a sacrifice and ano-
ther error to score Michigan's
fourth run. Fife's single to right
and an infield single by B ow en
Aaron
leads. in
Masters
AUGUSTA, Ga. (P) - Tommy
Aaron, a key figure in golf's most
celebrated scoring error, solved
Augusta's tricky winds better than
the favored Big Three, and shot
a sparkling 68 Thursday and
charged intorthe first round lead
in the Masters.
Jack Nicklaus, the burly Ohioan
who was the choice of many to
win this prestige-laden event,
was the only one of the favored
trio to break par.
But Gary Player, the muscular
little South African who is the
focal point of intense security pre-
cautions, three-putted three times
en route to a 74.
And bitterly disappointed Ar-
nold Palmer, eagerly seeking a
fifth green jacket, bogeyed three
of his last four holes and stagger-
ed in with a 75.

produced the
inning.

other tallies in the

Rafferty smashed his first hom-
er of the year in the sixth with
Bob Makoski on base to bring
the Michigan run total up to a
dozen.
In the eighth the Blue put to-
gether their biggest rally of t h e
afternoon. Tom Lundstedt led off
the inning by drawing a walk.
Bowen continued his great -hit-
ting performance by smashing a
drive over the head ofmthe Titans'
right fielder for a two run hom-
er.
Pat Sullivan and Rafferty fol-
lowed with back to back doubles
to put runners on second and
third. Ball's infield single scored
Sullivan for tally number 15.
Carrow bounced to short bu t
Stan Liskiewicz's attempt for a
force at second sailed into 1 e f t
field and enabled both base run-
ners to score and Carrow to move
all the way to thi'd.'

The harder they fall

Carrow 3b
Mogue 3b
Fife cf
Kettinger If
Lundstedt c
Bowen rf
Makoski 1b
Sullivan 1b
Rafferty ss
Ball 2b
Elwood p
Totals
Howe 2b
Liskiewicz ss
Renke ef
Tolstan 1b

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Erskine looks for perfect drive

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By MICHAEL OLIN
In this weekend's match at
Ohio State, golf team Captain
Randy Erskine may require the
use of a seeing eye dog to lead
him to his ball. In the last three
days, Erskine has managed to lose
one of his contact lenses, and
break another.
Due to the fact that he has no
rimmed glasses, and his new con-
tacts may not arrive until after he
leaves for Columbus, this may be
detrimental to his game.
Hopefully, however, Erskine will
be able to overcome this "minor"
difficulty and equal or better the
respectable four round 305 that he
posted in the recent Miami In-
vitational, Golf Tournament.
A SENIOR from Battle Creek,
Erskine captains this year's golf
team. As the number one player
on the squad, he is continually
matched with the best golfers in
the Big Ten.
The conference has been im-
proving steadily in calibre over
the past few years and, Erskine
remarked, "is probably the strong-
est this year that it's ever been."
Surprisingly, Erskine's golfing
career began rather late. His first
real interest in the game developed

when, at the age of thirteen, he
began to caddy for his father on
weekends.
He started out 'playing on a
small municipal course with his
father, a two timehIndiana state
champion, giving him lessons as
he needed them. Erskine typically
had all of the beginner's ailments
-including a slice.
"MY BIGGEST problem, how-
ever, was not doing what my fath-
er told me to do. After I did that,
I became a good golfer."
Erskine's sophomore year was,
according to him, considerably
better than his Junior. As a soph-
omore, he was an honorable men-
tion All-American.
Randy attributes last year's
lapse to a number of things. "I
had a terrible year. Nothing went
right."
"My mental attitude was bad,
I was changing my swing, I had
an operation on my knee, and I
was still adjusting to contact
lenses. But it was all my fault be-
cause.I didn't play well and I just
got down on myself.
"Now Ive got a great attitude
and I can't wait to get out and
play."
The match at Ohio State is

an important one not only for the
team, but for Randy as team cap-
tai. "This weekend is more or
less going to set the stage for the
team and how we're going to do
this year. I think we'll do well
but we won't set the world on fire.,.
As the year goes on we will just
get progressively better."
Erskine believes that the success
of the team this year depends a
great deal on its attitude.
"If the guys can overcome some
of the bad holes and really work
hard on the next holes, you'd be
surprised at how much we can
keep the scores down."
DURING THE winter, Randy
practices in the basement of the
University Golf Course where
there are practice nets, a sand
trap, and an artificial putting sur-
face.
But ┬░as far as the improvement
of his game goes, he feels that
getting out on the course is the
best method.
The season officially ends with
the Big Ten Tournament May 15th
and 16th. Hopefully, by that time, 14
Randy will have his new con-
tacts, and the team will have play-
ed well enough to merit an invita-
tion to the NCAA's at Ohio Stiate
during the latter part of June.

h Titans, 20-5
Carrow completed the inning's the five runs and nine hits he was
uprising by scoring on an infield in control of the game all day.
out. The Wolverines hope to stay in
Two more runs in the top of the the winning groove this weekend
ninth expanded the Wolverine lead in the three home games they
to 20-2. The final Michigan tal- play at Ferry Field. This after-
lies were brought in by Raffer- noon at 3:30 they host Eastern
ty's fourth hit of the game, a solid Michigan and tomorrow they en-
triple to deep left. tertain Central Michigan in a
Though Elwood was touched for doubleheader starting at 1:00.

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