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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, April 12, 1970

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, April 12, 1970

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BACK IN FORM:

ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEATRE
presents
the skin of our teeth
by THORTON WILDER
APRIL 22-25
TRUEBLOOD THEATRE-Frieze Bldg.
8 P.M.
Box office opens Monday, April 20
phone 764-5387
ticket prices---$1.50-3.00

Michigan netters
rout Ohio State, 9-0O
By RANDY PHILLIPS early play, but a strong volley
Special To The Daily game and powerful serves bailed
COLUMBUS - The temperature the Michigan netter out.
was near sixty, the sky was blue,, In other singles matches, third
and the wind was almost non- seeded Joel Ross, mastered J e r r y
existent. It was a perfect day for Florian, 6-4, 6-1, on his power
a tennis match, and Michigan's game. Ramone Almonte, coming
netters made the most of it yes- back from a mediocre perform-!
terday by routing Ohio State 9-0. ance against Indiana, dominated
The Wolverines walked on to the his match against Jim Friedman,
varsity courts adjacent to Ohio 6-0, 6-2.
State's football stadium somewhat Almonte held back and relied on
unsure of themselves. They, had his smooth ground stroked and
just come off an extremely tough lobs to win in the number five
6-3 win over a determined In- position. Tim Ott had no contest
diana squad, which defeated as he whipped Steve Metzmeter,
Michigan's highly-touted f i r s t 6-0, 6-0.j
doubles team and extended several Michigan also swept the three
other Wolverines to the limit, doubles matches in straight sets.
THIS UNEASINESS s h o w e d Conti and Ott rebounded f r o m
through as the entire squad play- Friday's loss at Indiana by stop-
ed cautiously in the first set of ping Bowen and Senn, 6-2, 6-4.
singles play. Michigan's four top In the first set Conti boomed his
singles players managed to p u 11 serve over while he and Ott made
through only 6-4 sets against a some beautiful placement and vol-
Buckeye team defeated Friday by leys: Bowen and Senn tried to

Diamoudmen drop dismal duo

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Michigan State 9-0.
Mark Conti won his number one
sin~gles match 6-4, 6-1, after a
trying first set in which his serv-
ice was broken three times on
numerous double faults. Conti
jokingly said after the match, "It
almost came to the point where
I was going to serve underhand-
ed."
In the second set, Conti found
the range and added some strong
play against Rick Bowen 6-1.
At number two, Jon Hainline
worked over Britt Chapman with
good lobs and consistent returns.
Hainline played a conservative
match, staying in backcourt most
of the time and just trying to
place the ball.
BRUCE DeBOER had the rough-
est going, against freshman Lanny
Senn at the number three spot.
DeBoer was down in both sets, 1-3,
and 2-4. before rallying to t a k e
them both, 6-4. Senn used his spin
serve and lobs to disrupt DeBoer's

By ELLIOT LEGOWI
It was wintry weather yester-
day at Ferry Field when the Wol-
verine baseball team entertained
Central Michigan for a double-
header, .and Michigan's perform-
ance was as frigid as the weather.f
The Chippewas registered two
shutouts, 5-0 in the opener and
1-0 in the nightcap and limited
the Michigan offense to three hits
for the day.
RIGHT-HANDER Dick Lange
came within two outs of a no-hit-
ter in the first game before yield-
ing a single to Pat Sullivan with,
one out in the seventh. The Wol-
verines .had only one significant
scoring threat in the game and
that resulted from a breakdown
in Central's otherwise tight de-
fense.
With two out in the fourth and
already trailing 2-0 the Wolver-
ines were given a chance to get
back into the game. Mike Rafferty
was safe at first when Chippewa
centerfielder Jim Connell dropped
his line drive.
Sullivan was then given life
when first baseman Steve Papes
booted his grounder, and Rafferty
moved to third on Papes' wild
throw past the pitcher covering
first. But Dan Fife grounded outj
to end that "rally."
Michigan starter and loser Ed
Bryson got into trouble in the first
inning when he yielded a one-out
ouble but managed to pitch out
of dangers despite an error by
Reggie Ball.
In the second Bryson wasn't as
sucessful in avoiding trouble. With
one, out and a runner on first he
yielded consecutive infield singles
to Large and Ed Papes to load
the bases, and Andy Kanoza, who
had slammed the first inning dou-
ble, singled to right to score the
first two Chippewa runs.
BRYSON SETTLED down and
held CMU scoreless until the sev-
enth when they managed three
runs on only two hits, only one of
which reached the outfield. Lange
double to open the inning and a
walk to Ed Papes and a bunt single
by Kanoza loaded the bases.
After Jim Connell hit into a
force at the plate Bryson walked
Steve Papes to force in one run
and two more scored on fielder's

The Michigan AFC soccer
team travels to the University
of Toledo this afteronon for
their first league game of the
year. They will kick off against
the Rockets on the Toledo field
at one o'clock.
counter in the second set by put-
ting up more lobs, but the two'
Michigan netters came through
adequately with overhead slams.
The second doubles match saw
Ross and Dan McLaughlin battle
Chapman and Florian and man-
age a 6-3, 6-2 victory. Numerous
double faults by the two Buckeyes
coupled with a good serving per-
formance by Michigan squelched
the Ohio duo's chances for vic-
tory.
HAINLINE and DeBoer finished
up the whitewash with an easy 6-2,
6-4 conquering of Friedman and
Metzmeter in number three doub-
les.
The Wolverine racketmen re-
turned Ann Arbor immediately fol-
lowing the, OSU match, and are
scheduled to travel to Kalama-
zoo tomorrow to meet eWstern
Michigan at 2:30 p.m.

CENTRAL MICHIGAN
ab r
E. Papes 2b 3 1
Kanoza ss 4 1
Connell cf 4 1
S. Papes lb 3 0
Watkins 3b - 4 0
Haynes if 4 0
Kreuger c 3 1
Shragel rf 3 0
Lange p 3 1
Totals 31 5

Carrow 3b
Bowen rf
Kettinger if
Lundstedt c
Rafferty ss
Sullivan lb
Fife cf
Balaze 2b
Makoski ph
Ball 2b
Bower ph
Buss pr
Bryson p

MICHIGAN
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choice as the Chippewas took ad-
vantage of a Michigan fielding
lapse.
The second game was, if pos-
sible, even more disheartening as
a good pitching effort by Mickey
Elwood was wasted. Elwood was
touched for eight hits and was
in some trouble in five of the seven
innings, but he came through un-
der pressure and was the lone
bright spot in the games for Mich-
igan.
THE KEY HIT in Central's
fourth inning scoring rally was a
triple by Steve Papes which drop-
ped just short of the fence in deep
right center. The infield was
drawn in in an attempt to cut
down the runner at the plate but
Dick Watkins spoiled the strategy
by slashing a single through the
right side to score Papes with the
game's only tally.
Michigan's one good scoring op-
portunity came in the seventh
with two out. Al Hornyak doubled
to deep right center and Benedict
sent Bob Bower up to bat for Bob
Makoski. Bower grounded to short
and was nipped at first to end
the inning, the game, and the
agony of the afternoon.

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Elwood sets to throw
_ DISAPPOINTING PLAY
'M' linksmenfinish tenth
By MICHAEL OLIN Bill Schumaker at 227. In third
spec;al To The Daily place was Don Tadgett of Indiana
COLUMBUS - The Michigan at 228.
golf team shot a 54 hole score of "The teams performance w a s
1202 this weekend to tie down marginal, very marginal," com-
twelfth place in the Kepler In- mented coach Bill Newcomb. "We

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Michigan 000 000 0--0 1 3
E: Balaze 2, Carrow, Connell, S
Papes; LOB: CMU 7, Michigan: 2B:
Kanoza, Lange.

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E. Papes
Andy Ko
Connell
S. Papes
Watkins
Cooper 1
Shragel r
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Second Game
CENTRAL MICHIGAN
ab r
2b 4 0
noza ss 3 0
cf 3 0
lb 3 1
3b 2 0
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rf 3 0
noza c 3 0
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vitational Golf Tournament.
The Indian Hoosiers took first
place with a 1152. They were fol-
fowed by host Ohio State (1161),
Miami of Ohio (1170), and Pur-
due (1171).
Low scoring honors for the
Michigan team were shared by
Keith Mohan and Randy Erskine
who finished at 236. Behind them
were Pete Clark at 242, J o h n
Roska at 243, Gary Ballier at 245
and Dan Hunter at 253. The low
18 hole round yesterday was a 76
by Mohan

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For Reservation forms drop by the House, 1429 Hill, or Phone 663-4129
DEADLINE-WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15

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MICHIGAN Team totals were compiled on pl
Carrow 3b 3 0 0 , the basis of the ten lowest 27 so
Fife cf 3 0 0 0 hole scores out of the 12 played ul
Kettinger if 2 0 0 6 by each team. This allows a team w
Rafferty c 3 0 to throw out the highest score re- hi
Hornyak rf 3 0 1 o corded each day.
Buss pr 0 0 0 0 First place in individual scoring Il
Hakoski lb 1 0 0 0 was also taken by Indiana. whose al
IBower ph 1 0 0 01
Ball 2b 2 0 0 0 Wayne McDonald totalled 223. w
Elwood p 2 0 0 0 Tied for second were Ohio State's to
Totals 23 0 2 0 Ray Sovik and Miami of Ohio's d:
Central Michigan 000 100 0-1 8 0
Michigan 000000 0-0 2 0 Daily Official Bulletin
E: none; DP: Michigan 1; LOB: CMUd1
6, Michigan 4; 2B: Hornyok: 3B; S. (Contined from Page 5)
Papes; SAC: Watkins. correct Social Security No. when apply-
. ip h r er bb so ing for new card. at

hould easily have broken 1200.
hat would require an average of
nly 80 strokes per m a n. We
ould at least have done a 78 per
an; That would have placed us
the top four teams"
The coach was a bitsdisappoint-
d in the attitude of some mem-
ers of the team. Specifically, one
eam member who, in anger at a
oor putt, broke one of his clubs.
I expect a little more mature at-
tude than that," remarked New-
omb.
Newcomb, however, w a s well
Leased with the performance of
ophomore Pete Clark. In partic-
lar, Clark's final day 118, which
as one of the m o r e pleasing
ighlights of the trip.
Next'Friday, the team travels to
linois for the Illinois Invitation-
I tournament. Fourteen teams
ill be participating in the 36 hole
ourney to be held all day Satur-
ay.
Placement Service
Announcement, further information
A career planning, 3200 SAB, 764-6338.
Careers in Cross-Cultural Communi-
ation, U.S. info, agency booklet, de-
ribes career for students interested
communications and international
elations; annual test next Dec. 5, ap-
ies. avail. soon
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
212 SAB, Lower Level
NNOUNCEMENTS:
Oak Park, Mich.: recreation j1 o b a ,

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Weisler (W)
Elwood (L, 1-3)
T: 1:44; A: 487

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WHY CART ALL THOSE CLOTHES HOME?
G reene's way
makes going home-
a cinch!
JUST CALL GREENE'S for one of our fabulous
Handi-Hampers storage boxes. Pack all the clothes
you won't wear until fall-Clothes you would ordi-
narily pack up, take home, have cleaned, pack up
again and bring back in the fall.
NOW, ALL YOU NEED TO DO is turn the Hamper
over to Greene's. They c I e a n the lot at regular
cleaning prices and store it in a refrigerated" moth-
proof vault. When you r e t u r n in the fall, call
Greene's again, your clothes will betaken out of the
vault,, returned to you freshly pressed on hangers
and packed in neat polyethylene bags, ready for
your clothes closet.
PRICE? $4.95 plus regular cleaning and pressing
prices-includes $250.00 insurance.
Call NOrmandy 23-23-1 or Stop at
any Greene's Plant for Information

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2 2 0 4'
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jAll students should check tneir stu-
dent card for errors. The first n i n e1
digits of the student number should;
be equal to the Social Security No.
If numbers do not match, incorrect
card should be brought to Window A'
during period mentioned above with
proper notice of the correct number
and new identification card .will be
made.
Any questions relative to ID cards,
call 764-6292.

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appucs.aaexa io.
Prof. Katsumi Yamakawa, Political Livonia, Mich., summer recreation
Analyst, Japan, can be reached April 12-
16 through Foreign Visitor Div., R m s . program, playleaders, spec, in arts &
22-24, Mich. Union, call 764-2148. crafts, tennis,.swimimng,lifeguard.

WATCH THIS SPOT
FOR SIGNS OF ROT
APRIL 17, 1970
discount records
1235 S. University
300 S. State

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BY THE WAY, we notice that some of the

other shops around town are offering the Greene's
Handi-Hamper idea. But they can't offer the on-

the-premise refrigerated storage vault of Greene's
exclusive Microclean process. It's a plus to you at
the same price.

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