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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, APRIL

1981

TUE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, APRIL 1961

o yce Overcomes

Gophers'

Golfers Meet Three Big Foes

sense of satisfaction. The senior
first baseman had been used spar-
ingly until today but Lund decided
he might be ready to break loose.
Accordingly, he moved Bill Free-
han to catcher, and let captain
Dick Syring sit this one out--
victim of a hunch that payed off.
In the eighth Minnesota storm-
ed back, and seemed to be on the
verge of breaking the game wide
open.
Two Walks
With one out Joyce walked
Wayne Haefner and Dick Alford.
Honig couldn't find the handle on
Knapp's double play bouncer and
his second error jammed the bags.
But Jones saved Joyce and the
Wolverines when he took Carl
Rolloff's bounder, tagged Knapp
on his way to second and fired to
Marshall to complete the inning
ending double play.
The Gophers were far from
through, though.
Substitute third baseman John
Andressen-who had entered the
game in the seventh as a fielding
replacement for Dan Evans -
promptly leaned into a low fast
ball leading off the ninth and
cleared the barrier just inside the
left field line at the 340-ft. marker.
Honig 'Hero
Five minutes later Honig-who
Was batting .180 going into the
game--was a hero.
"I knew it was a bad pitch the
moment I threw it," Joyce said
after the game, talking about his
home run ball to Andressen. "It
was a low fast ball and it was
just too good."
It was an elated Don Lund who
announced that Fritz Fisher and
Bob Marcereau would be the pit-
chers in today's doubleheader
against Iowa.'
Gophers Gophered
MICHIGAN AB R H RBI
Jones, 2b 4 12 0
Marshall, 1b 4 1 1 3
Freeham, c 4 0 l 0
DeLamielleure, rf 2 0 0 0
Merullo, 3b 4 0 0 0
Spalla,if 4 0 0 0
Hood, cf 310 0
Honig, ss 4 1 1 2
Joyce, p 3 1 1 0
Newman, rf 0 0 0 0
Totals 32 5 7 5
MINNESOTA AR R H RBI
Carlson 5 1 0 0
Haefner 1 0 0 0
Alford 3 0 0 0
Knapp 4111
Rolloff7 3 0 0 0
Evans 3 0 0 0
Andressen 1 1 1 1
Wally 4 0 1 1
Fritz 4 0 1 0
Nathe 4 0 1 0
Totals 32 3 5 3
Minnesota 200 000 001-3 5 2
Michigan 000 003 002-5 7 5
E--Honig 2, Merullo, DeLamiel-
leure, Freehan, Rolloff, Nathe. 2B
-Freehan, Knapp. HR-Honig, Mar-
shall, Andressen. LOB-Michigan 5,
Minnesota 7.
PITCHING SUMMARIES
IP HHER SO BB
Joyce 9 5 3 1 6 5
Nathe 9 7 5 5 4 3

ROUNDUP:
Detroit, NY
Top League
By The Associated Press
The reign of the Minnesota
Twins as American League leaders
ended yesterday in their first game
in the twin cities.
The Twins-transplanted from
Washington this season-took a
5-3 setback from the club that
succeeded them as the Washing-
ton Senators, in -a disappointing
home opener. The Detroit Tigers
trounced the Los Angeles Angeles
9-1 and moved a half game ahead
of Minnesota.
The New York Yankees joined
Detroit at 5-1 with a 4-2 victory
over the Baltimore Orioles. Mickey
Mantle led the Yanks with a two-
run round-tripper in the third.
Another home opener went awry
when the Cleveland Indians down-
ed the Kansas City Athletics 5-3
in a showery game at Kansas
City.
Don Mossi turned in a slick
eight-hit pitching performance
and struck out nine as he went
the distance for the first time
since last August.
Rocky Colavito gave Detroit a
homer with two mates on base.
Mlajor League
Standings

-Daily-David Giltrcw
WHOOPS!-"C'mon in the grass is fine!" could well be the com-
ment of Minnesota left fielder Howard Carlson, who tumbles
head-over-heels over the outfield fence in a vain attempt to snag
Barry Marshall's homer in yesterday's action.
SENKOWSKI MEETS RALPH:
'M' Netters Face Irish
Seek Second Victory

By JIM BERGER
Special to The Daily
COLUMBUS - Michigan's golf
team will depart from the dual-
meet routine to take on Ohio
State, Purdue and Indiana in a
36-hole quadrangular affair to-
day.
The squad spent yesterday aft-
ernoon in preparation for the Big
Ten opener, trying to puzzle out
the long and difficult Scarlet
course.
The Wolverines will be counting
on especially sixth man Mike
Goode, a Flint junior, who is cur-
SPORTS SHORTS:
Texas Men
'TopRelays
By The Associated Press
LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Texas
Southern set a meet record of :41.1
in the 440-yard college relays and
Houston ran the fastest four mile
baton trick of the season in 17:02.3
in the opening session of the
Kansas Relays yesterday.
* * *
Sifford Demonstration
HOUSTON-About 20 Negroes
picketed an entrance to Memorial
Park yesterday because Charles
Sifford, a Negro star, was not
competing in the $40,000 Houston
Golf Classic.
Sifford last week became the
first Negro to compete in a PGA
co-sponsored tournament by play-
ing in the Greensboro (N. C.) open.
There were no disturbances as
the Negroes carried signs reading
"Sifford Makes Holes In One,"
"Why Can't Sifford Play?" and
"Why is Houston Better Than
Greensboro?" No Negroes com-
peted in the classic.
Back Bribery Action
WASHINGTON-Leaders of the
National Collegiate Athletic As-
sociation and Big Ten Conference
yesterday endorsed a proposal that
would widen federal authority to
fight sports bribery scandals.
They supported the draft of a
bill prepared by Sen. Kenneth B.
Keating (R-NY) that would permit
federal prosecution of anyone
caught bribing a professional or
amateur player in any sport.
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rently on a hot streak. Goode
was medalist against Detroit last
week with a one-under-par 70,
after ending the spring trip with
a 72 against Duke. Coach Bert
Katzenmeyer called the Duke
score "a great one," the low round
of the Michigan trip.
Shows Progress
Goode has shown considerable
progress since his disappointing
spring of last year, in which he
was vying for the sixth niche on
the squad. He was low man for
Michigan, as an alternate, in the
triangular meet with Michigan
State and Iowa, but was passed
over for the Wolverine conference
meet team.
Last summer he played well in
Flint at the Atlas Valley Country
Club, where he is two-time cham-
pion, even scoring a hole-in-one.
Two years ago Goode won the
Michigan freshman meet, and this
season he appears headed for a
certain letter and a higher posi-
tion.
Youngberg Hot
Senior Dick Youngberg is also
hot, finishing with a 72 against
Detroit. He will probably play in
the top spot ahead of Captain
Joe Brisson. Bill Newcomb, Chuck
Newton and Tom Ahern will
round out the Michigan links sex-
tet.
The Ann Arbor golfers will have
real competition on their hands.
Big Ten Champion Purdue, third-
place Ohio State and fifth-place
Indiana appear formidable when
compared with Michigan's eighth
place finish in the conference
tourney.
Purdue Losses
But the Boilermakers have lostj
individual champion John Konsek{

and several other standouts by
graduation. Host OSU, however.
still has the phenomenal Nation-
al Amateur champ Jack Nicklaus,
apparent favorite for this year's
conference title. Coach Katzen-
meyer is not discouraged by the
opposition forces. "They were all
hurt by graduation losses," he
notes.
Katzenmeyer, as of yesterday,
was uncertain of his number one
man, but Youngberg's present
sharp shooting will probably give
him the nod, even though Brisson
beat Nicklaus in a dual meet last
year 71-73. Brisson has not been
playing well so far this season.
Michigan has lost two contests
this spring and is seeking victory
number one.

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By BOB WAZEKA
Following a 9-0 whitewash of
Illinois last Saturday at Cham-
paign, Michigan's tennis team will
host a strong Notre Dame squad
today at 2 p.m.
Last year the Fightin' Irish
squeaked through with a 5-4 win
over Michigan's Big Ten cham-
pions. Back from last year's squad
for Notre Dame will be Don Ralph
and Bill Hienbecker, two of the
finest players in the country, to
occupy the first and second singles
slots.
Singles Losses
Michigan's two top singles men
from last year, Gerry Dubie and
Frank Fulton, are missing, Fulton
via graduation and Dubie, because
of ineligibility.
In last year's meet, Ralph down-
ed Dubie convincingly 6-2, 6-4
while Hienbecker walked away
with the second singles 6-1, 8-6.
Then Ralph and Hienbecker
teamed up to capture a victory in
the first doubles competition.
Moving up to challenge the No-.
tre Dame stars will be sophomore
sensation Ray Senkowski and Jim
Tenney. Senkowski, who won the
national scholastic singles cham-
pionship while a junior at Ham-
tramck High School, also teamed
up with Dubie to capture the'na-
tional scholastic doubles crown.
Unbeaten Netter
He is unbeaten after three tests
this year, but Ralph will undoubt-
edly be one of the toughest men
Senkowski will face this year. Ten-
ney, who defeated Illinois' Dan
Mesch last Saturday, was vic-
torious in last year's fourth
doubles competition against the
Irish.
But the Wolverines' greatest as-

set lies in their depth, as demon-
strated in the Illinois meet. Wayne
Peacock, Big Ten sixth singles
champion in 1958 and 1959 (and
1960 captain-elect before he was
declared ineligible) will probably
occupy the third singles position.
His experience should prove valu-
able.
Winner Last Year
In the fourth singles slot will be
Bruce MacDonald, who scored a
win against Notre Dame last year
in the sixth singles position and
who has played impressively this
season. Bill Vogt, who took second
place in the Big Ten fifth singles
competition, will play fifth singles
for the Wolverines.
Facing the awesome twosome
of Ralph and Hienbecker in first
doubles action will probably be
Senkowski and Peacock. Tenney
and Beach will play at second
doubles and MacDonald and Vogt
will play together in third doubles
competition..
Local Ruggers
Meet Nomads
The Ann Arbor Rugby Club,
fresh from last week's 29-0 victory
over the Toronto Irish, will take
on the Toronto Nomads at 2:00
p.m today at Wines Field.
The local ruggers will place their
two-year five-game winning streak
on the line against the team which
last year won the Ontario Rugby
League championship and which
last year placed five of its mem-
bers on the Ontario Provincial
All-Star team.

MIKE GOODE
... on hot streak

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Wv L Pct."
x-Cincinnati 5 3 .625
Pittsburgh 5 4 .556
San Francisco -5 4 .556
St. Louis 5 4 .556
x-Los Angeles 5 5 .500r
Chicago 4 4 .500
Milwaukee 2 3 .400
Philadelphia 2 6 .250
x-Playing night game.

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 3, Philadelphia 2
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (rain)
Cincinnati at Los Angeles (inc.)
St. Louis at San Francisco (inc.)
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh
St. Louis at San Francisco
Cincinnati at Los Angeles
Chicago at Philadelphia

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
Detroit 5 1 .833
x-New York 4 1 .800
Minnesota 5 2 .714
Cleveland 4 3 .571
't-Boston 2 2 .500
Washington 3 4 .429
x-Ch:cago 2 3 .400
Kansas City 1 3 .250
x-Baltimore 1 4 .200
Los Angeles 1 5 .167
x-Play night games.
.YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 9, Los Angeles 1
Washington 5, Minnesota 3
Cleveland 5, Kansas City 3
New York 4, Baltimore 2
Chicago 3, Boston 2
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at Detroit
Boston at Chicago
Washington at Minnesota
Cleveland ataKansas City
New York at Baltimore (2)

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